Death Note: Black Edition: Volume 6 Review by Deffinition The finale of Death Note is here! If you’ve been reading my reviews on the series then you’ll know I have had high praise for the manga from the beginning. This is a bitter sweet moment for me as I don’t want it to end but […]
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Death Note: Black Edition: Volume 5 Review By Deffinition Death Note Volume 4 was incredible from beginning to end. It currently stands as one of the only book’s on my website that has received a perfect 10/10 score and it lead me to recommend the series highly to all that haven’t read it. Obviously, I […]
Death Note: Black Edition: Volume 4 Review By Deffinition Death Note started off tremendously. The first two volumes were incredible and I was unable to fault them at all. However, upon reading Black Edition: Volume 3, I saw things in a much different light (excuse the pun). Gone was the unrivalled tension, replaced with what […]
Death Note: Black Edition Volume 3 Review By Deffinition The Death Note series has set a phenomenally high bar thus far. Dramatically it stands as one of the most thrilling graphic novels that I’ve ever read and the Manga Series has been a Marvel to behold thus far. Ending on a nail-biting cliffhanger, Volume 2 […]
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Death Note Black Edition Vol. 2 Review By Deffinition Death Note Volume 1 was the first manga book I ever read. Unsure of what to expect In terms of story and unfamiliar with the Japanese graphic novel aesthetic I was perhaps overly cautious as to how good it could be. I’m happy to say that […]
Death Note Black Edition Vol. 1 Review By Deffinition Please Note That Black Edition Volume 1 Contains The First Two Volumes Of The Original Death Note Printing. The Death Note franchise has produced an array of books, anime shows and movies…and I know nothing about it. After seeing all the uproar that there was about […]