Set with 87 pages, this series will reintroduce Ryuk to a new technologically advanced society as he ventures out to find a new Kira. During his search, he finds a boy of interest named Minoru Tanaka. It’s at this point Ryuk decides to give him the Death Note, which is able to kill anybody whose name is written inside of it. Minoru, however, decides to sell the Death Note instead rather than use it to enact his own sense of justice like Light did.
The original Death Note manga ran from April 2004 to July 2006 and was composed of 108 chapters published into 12 tankōbon volumes.
Check out the new Death Note: One-Shot for free via Viz Media.
— Shonen Jump (@shonenjump) February 3, 2020
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