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Who is the real winner in Death Note?
Light has Near cornered. Near had made a plan to swap out Mikami’s notebook for a fake, but Light saw through that and, through a trademark Death Note convoluted plan, made it so Mikami actually had the real notebook hidden. He’s won. Mikami writes the name of everyone present besides Light.
Who really won l’or light?
In the end L won because it was his successors who proved Light was Kira. Kira being caught was the end goal, regardless of L being alive when it happened which is why from the beginning he said he had to prove he would risk his life.
Is Death Note bloody?
Fans of the original manga and anime might be surprised to find out that Death Note actually does feature quite a bit of gore. The heart of Death Note isn’t really in the blood and guts, which are commonly associated with scary movies these days (think Purge or Saw).
What does death admire about Max in Death Note?
Death admires Max’s brave spirit, even while acknowledging the futility of fighting death. Death does not assert his dominance in a mocking or threatening way, however. Nor does he seek out people in order to kill them. Death simply collects souls when their time to die arrives.
What is death’s attitude towards his death?
Readers learn that he does not choose who lives and dies, and takes perhaps pride but no joy in his sometimes arduous job. Death believes that dying represents a humane dynamic in the grand scheme of life. As an immortal, he experiences existence as an unending burden that humans by contrast don’t need to carry forever.
How does death assert his dominance in the novel?
Death does not assert his dominance in a mocking or threatening way, however. Nor does he seek out people in order to kill them. Death simply collects souls when their time to die arrives.
Does death capture me vow “he will feel my fist on his face?
Death does not mention, however, that young men’s inaccurate understanding, whether devised by themselves or promoted by their superiors, provides the foundation for all battles to take place. “When death captures me,” the boy vowed, “he will feel my fist on his face.” Personally, I quite like that.