Panther Flix

“Death Note”


Adeline Harper

Senior Alexis Arias recently watched “Death Note.” This is a show about a teenager who goes on secret missions to eliminate criminals written in a book.

Senior Alexis Arias recently watched the anime “Death Note,” a series about a high school student going on secret missions to get rid of criminals around the world after finding a notebook capable of killing anyone whose name is written into it. “Death Note” was written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. Director Tetsurô Araki also directed “Attack on Titan.”

What did you enjoy about this film/series?

“It’s Interesting, [and] the storyline is really good,” Arias said. “It’s a well-put-together show.”

I’ve seen a lot of anime and this is my top one.

— Senior Alexis Arias

What motivated you to watch this film/series?

“My cousin. She recommended watching it.”

What was the most memorable part of this film/series?

“When L died.”

How is this film/series different from others that you have watched?

“It’s beautifully put together,” Arias said. “I’ve seen a lot of anime and this is my top one.”

What other films similar to this one would you recommend?

“Probably ‘Code Geass’.”

“Death Note” is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and more.