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  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Viz LLC; Shonen Jump Advanced Graphic Novel Ed edition (14 Mar. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 142150331X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1421503318
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.8 x 19 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 199,202 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Born in Tokyo, Tsugumi Ohba is the author of the hit series Death Note. His current series Bakuman is serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. Takeshi Obata was born in 1969 in Niigata, Japan, and is the artist of Hikaru no Go, which won the 2003 Tezuka Shinsei New Hope award and the Shogakukan Manga award. Obata is also the artist of Arabian Majin Bokentan Lamp Lamp, Ayatsuri Sakon, Cyborg Jichan G., and the smash hit manga Death Note.

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By @GeekZilla9000 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Jan. 2011
Format: Paperback
The last book saw Light and L meeting for the first time face to face. In Volume 4 Light is now a major player in the investigation team where he hopes to de-rail the attempts to uncover who is behind the power of Kira.

The dynamic between L and Light is exciting and makes for a very compelling read, L openly admits that Light is still his main suspect and plays mind games with him by getting him to `pretend' to be Kira in fake TV broadcasts. L also declares that Light is his only friend, something which initially appears to be a throw-away line, but it resonates deeply. It's obvious that this is still part of his mind-games, but you also can't help but see an element of truth in it. L's suspicion of Light as the most infamous mass-murderer of all time must also be a painful thing for him to consider.

Finding Kira was never an easy task, and now that there appears to be two of them, the investigation team has to hope that the new one (who doesn't appear as intelligent or diligent) will trip up and provide them with a clue as to who the original one is. When they manage to make contact with the 2nd Kira, Light is horrified when the new seem to be giving away information about the Death Note. This book deals with Light meeting up with the new Kira and trying to keep is hidden from everyone - not an easy task when she turns out to be a famous, cute model who is desperate to please Light and turns up unexpectedly at times. That's not a spoiler by the way - the identity of the second Kira is eluded to in the third volume and also features as the front cover for this book!

The artwork has always been good throughout this series so far, but here it seems even better with lots of shading to add an aspect of 3d on some pages which stand out from the rest.
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By Luke Thrower on 31 Oct. 2010
Format: Paperback
*contains possible spoilers for those who haven't read the previous books*

Deathnote is a japanese manga series now produced by Viz media and origionally published by Shonen Jump, who make manga for boys aged 12-18 and also known for other manga's like Dragonball Z, Naruto and One piece.
Written by Tsugumi Ohba and drawn by Takeshi Obata it is one of the most popular mainstream manga comics at the moment, this is reflected by its success in the form of an anime series, japanese film and in-production film with Warner Bros.

Deathnote volume 4 is the 4th in a series of 13, based on the life of Light Yagami a Straight A student that wants to be the head of the Japanese detective agency. On the way out of college he sees a rather odd notebook with the words "Deathnote" across the front and so in his curiosity picks it up and the game begins. Unknowingly he has picked up a book of the death gods, by writing a name in this book that person will die.
With two Kira's now in the frame, L is forced to ask Light to join the taskforce and pose as the real Kira to try and draw out the other. This doesn't mean that Light is off the hook though as he is still the main suspect, but it does now mean that Light has all the forces information to hand. But when Light meets the new Kira, it definatley isn't what he or L were expecting...

Much like the last volume this one isn't all about the outright action and is more about the tension between characters as well as a new relationship for Light. As they investigate the new Kira, Light is found first by a young japanese model called Misa who is a little obsessive and demanding.
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By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Jan. 2008
Format: Paperback
Having introduced a second Kira in the last volume, this volume concentrates on her and how she effects the investigation. Misa herself is somewhat annoying but quite likable and her Shinigami Rem shows us not all Death Gods are as unfeeling as Ryuk. Although still highly enjoyable and thoroughly entertaining, I did not enjoy this volume of Death Note as much as I have the previous volumes; although it is still better than anything else I have read and is well worth five stars. I cannot put my finger on what is wrong but throughout much of the beginning and middle of the book, it seemed somewhat lacking but thankfully it does pick up toward the end and the cliff-hanger ending will almost definitely want to make you seek out the next book.
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Format: Kindle Edition
4.5 stars

Another volume of this series that I really enjoyed. Although I’m slightly confused about the ending but hoping this will be made clearer in volume 5.

This one is about discovering the identity of the false Kiera which becomes a big ‘thing’ for Light because he needs to find the false Kiera before the police do. The false Kiera could expose him as the real Kiera.

I liked this new storyline. Throwing in the false Kiera, who also got some chapters from her POV helped to change up the story a little and kept the whole thing fresh. I’m now really looking forward to seeing what the next instalment brings!

(Took half a star off for the confusing ending)
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