Was anyone going to tell me there’s a Death Note musical? Or was I just supposed to find out because of this TikTok with a song that is ACTUALLY GOOD? Death Note: The Musical has a score written by Frank Wildhorn and lyrics by Jack Murphy. Its development was initially announced in December 2013 and
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Why Italian version, why? Light The important things to know about Light is that he is 179cm tall, weighs 54kg, his blood type is A and his birthday is the 28th February L In the Italian version of Death Note, instead of using the letter ‘L’ to spell L’s name the phonetic spelling is used
Just rip my heart out why don’t you? Grave of the Fireflies You have no heart if you don’t cry while watching this. It’s either that, or I’m too emotional and sensitive and get attached to characters too easily. But yeah, I didn’t recover until a couple of hours after this movie ended and cried
I think I’m just sitting here in a state of slight shock at the moment… But all these VAs are so talented! And they have so many other awesome roles that I could mention too! Hiroshi Kamiya has voiced both Levi Ackerman and Mephisto Pheles! Natsuki Hanae has provided his voice for Ken Keneki and
Or a spin off series. Either one works for me. Moblit Moblit’s intelligent, responsible and clearly adaptable and patient enough to have become Hanje’s second-in-command (his contract probably states that the majority of his job is ensuring that Hange stays out of trouble). The guy is shown to be quite worried about Hange’s antics but
“L, do you know Gods of Death love apples?” So we all know Death Note. And we’re all more or less familiar with Christianity. Which is good because there is so much symbolism in this series that links in with Christianity, particularly Renaissance artwork. There’s so many references throughout Death Note, so I’m doing to
Think that if I listen to their voices often enough I could absorb some of their talent?