|Near gains another ally when Aizawa of the task force discovers Light's treachery. Light's own disciples are hard at work doing his bidding, though the ideal world Light is striving to create looks more and more like one ruled by fear alone. All the players converge in a single warehouse, where Near and Light play their final hands. The end is nigh...but whose?|
Contains episodes 33-37 of Death Note!
"...smartly written and full of originality with two intriguing central characters. Paul Pritchard, DVD Verdict
Editor's NoteWhen student Light Yagami discovers a mysterious notebook, he inherits an unwelcome power: the ability to determine who will die. Can Light use his powers for good and to counteract evil?
|Alessandro Juliani - Voice|
|Shannon Chan-Kent - Voice|
|Madhouse - Animation Producer|
|Brad Swaile - Voice|
|Tetsuro Araki - Director|
I've always loved Death Note, it's been one my top favorite anime shows for about 4 years now. And Death Note vol.9 contains the very last episodes ever. It can be pretty exciting and suspenseful on what's going to happen next, or what crazy turn it could take. But my opinion on the last episode is a little different, because it had a huge blood trail, and I've seen that too many times in anime shows. I wish they would have kept the ending like it was in the books, since it didn't leave that much of a blood trail. Instead, he just looked like a pathetic child in front of everyone. But other than that, I think the 9th volume is great, especially since it completes your Death Note series collection.