Death Note

right.jpg Wow! My favorite manga, Death Note will be made into a film. Do you know that?

The main character, “Right Yagami” is a smart high school boy who found a “death note” one day. The death note is a tool used by a “god of death” from Hell to kill people. “Right” learned how to use it from the god of death “Ryuku” who dropped the death note on purpose just for fun. Right began to kill criminals because he hopes secure and peaceful society but Right’s sanctions gradually escalated. People noticed that someone was killing criminals and began calling him “KIRA”(Japanese pronunciation of killer). Everyone is afraid of him, so the crime rate has gone down. A brainy boy, “L” is a detective who is trying to discover the identity of “KIRA”. Then the battle of genius vs genius began. Please check out this English-language fan site. “Death Note” is serialized in "Shonen Jump" in Japan, but is not in the U.S. version of the magazine. But you may buy the first and the second in Amazon now. I can tell you it’s worth the read.

ryuku.jpgBy the way, regarding to the movie. My friends and I really hoped holloywood would make it, but unfortunately it is Japanese film…orzDevilman and Casshern were enough. For 30s and 40s people, both animation were sort of treasures, then those two movie made us upset, it was apathetic rather than angry actually. ha ha ha

According to the news, Tasuya Fujiwa will act as Right. Hmm, okay passable. L (Ryuzaki) is Matuyama Kenichiro. Hmm I want Jun Matsumoto to acts as L!!  I don’t know who will act Ryuku. I think tall man Tomoyasu Hotei will fit.

If Hollywood made this, who would you choose? Edward Fourlong had steal beauty as Right. HAD? Yes he made me disapointed in many way (who are you?) . Ryuku?  My friend said Samuel L Jackson would be nice. Then he drew and sent me his quick art :-p Okay he will be the best. I see how it is!!. Then his choice for Rem made me laughed. It’s him. But it’s not bad actually. If you’ve not read it, check it out.

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