Years have passed since Light and L's psychological battle of wits, and a new round of killings have begun. Many over the age of 65 are dying, and Japan's life expectancy has dropped, leaving many to believe that Kira is at large once more. Who is the cause of this new chaos?
No spoilers are included in this review. As much as I loved the original Death Note manga and the series, I wasn't overly impressed with this sequel. It was very short. Only one chapter and hasn't been my favorite. With that said, If you enjoy Death Note I would reccomend reading it. The art isn't as good as the original series. It is much fuzzier and poorly completed in such a way that some charactes don't look the same as in the original volumes. However, I did enjoy this piece because you saw the same characters from the original series and got a glimpse of how things continued on after the reign of Kira. This is what made this sequel worth reading and why I would recommend it.