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Just finished reading Death Note... it screwed my moral view on things. What does /a/ have to say about its ending?
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Kira was right for the wrong reasons, L was wrong for the right reasons.
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stupid but satisfying.
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Light was right
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>>10250481
It's shit, right?
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Near is a fucking douche.
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Fool, Death Note isn't about morality.
It's about a guy who kills people for fun but uses a crappy reason so that the readers won't think he's a pure asshole against a socially retarded genius who lies to everybody so that he can use them as pawns in a game against the asshole who can't kill people directly.
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the end of the manga was good but the end in the anime made him out to be a little whiny bitch.
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>>10250495
Note: L doesn't actually screw with Kira because it was about justice, L simply viewed cases that he takes as "Interesting" as in, "This game'll keep me from killing myself for a while."
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Despite the loose ending, I have to say this is one of the more epic mangas out there.
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>>10250567
Now it is I who am standing behind you.
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It went to shit after L died.
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They should've gone with the Swimming Lesson ending.
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LIGHT WAS RIGHT
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>>>10250621
AGREES
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Yeah. L just takes cases because he finds them challenging and exciting. Light just kills people so he can feel like a badass "god."
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