Death Note V03

Directed By: Tetsuro Araki

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Product Overview

For genius Detective L, Light's behavior is too perfect to be true, and to get closer to him, he enrolls at the same university and even invites Light into the investigation. The murders continue, but with a new twist -- there appears to be a second Kira at work! L had Light pose as the original Kira in order to lure out the copycat, and Light agrees, hoping to divert suspicion from himself. But he's surprised to discover that the new Kira has an ability even Light himself lacks...

Contains episodes 9-12 of Death Note!

Specifications

Studio Warner
SKU 206481964
UPC 782009237877
UPC 14 00782009237877
Format DVD
Release Date 2/12/2008
Keywords
Anime
Death
Detectives
Justice
Mystery
Series
Suspense
Thriller
Editors Note
Note The psychological game of cat and mouse continues between detective L and Light Yagami as L enrolls at Light's university. However, both men are baffled when a copycat Kira commits new murders and holds hostages at a Japanese television station. DEATH NOTE - VOL.3 features four episodes from the anime television series: "Encounter," "Doubt," "Assault," and "Love."
Directors
Tetsuro Araki
Actors
Name Death Note
Link Search Link
Cast & Crew
Alessandro Juliani - Voice Of
Brad Swaile - Voice Of
Brian Drummond - Voice Of
Kazuhiro Yamada - Cinematographer
Mamoru Miyano - Voice Of
Miho Ishiki - Art Director
Takeshi Obata - Writer
Tetsuro Araki - Director
Tsugumi Oba - Writer
Technical Info
Original Release Date 2006
Catalog ID 03
UPC 00782009237877
Number of Discs 1
Running Time 100 minutes
Color Color
Original Language Japanese
Available Subtitles English
Available Audio Tracks English Dubbed, Japanese
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Features
DVD, Pan and Scan (TV Format), Collector's Edition
Product Attributes
Actor Death Note
Label Warner Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Quotes
Adam Arseneau, DVD Verdict ...[a] weird and wonderful anime series with one of the most original premises in recent memory.
Paul Pritchard, DVD Verdict ...smartly written and full of originality with two intriguing central characters.
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