It’s official now. Death Note season 2 is coming to flip our minds and stab our hearts with an amazing storyline. So prepare for a brand new season of scintillating and breathtaking suspense, criminal cases, supernatural events, fantasy and a new ‘Kira’.

Release Date

The shinigami is already back to write some names down. Death Note returned as a one-shot manga sequel on the 4th of February. As far as it’s anime adaptation is considered, no official release date has yet been confirmed by the production house.

Cast

We have our favourite shinigami, Ryuk along with the new ‘L’ (earlier known as Neer). To play the role of the antagonist to L’s protagonist, a middle-schooler named Minoru Tanaka is being introduced to us. The shinigami offers to make a contract with him. Apart from them, we might have a few old faces to look forward to in the upcoming season.

Plot

We have been given the successor to Kira, the ‘true successor’. He’s the smartest middle-schooler in Japan. Ryuk (our favourite shinigami) is the one to have a contract with him. Also, we’ve been given information about the fact that Minoru is going to use the book in a very different way. Moreover, the story is taking place in 2019. This also means that the new ‘L’ (Neer) is now 28. So now we can hope to see a wonderful new scuffle between these two characters for protecting their brand of justice.

 

Trailer

No official trailer has been launched yet by Netflix as the project is still on paper. But to give you all a glimpse of what we’re dwelling into, here’s a link to the latest story about the upcoming adaptation.

What a fan can expect?

What we can expect is a whole new take on how to use a powerful weapon of destruction and death. A new fight for what is right where we get to choose our side. A game of cat and mouse with both of them having IQ beyond our understanding. And at last, a new face to trust him with the future of the world and how to deal with criminals (Minoru or L).

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