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A 2,400-Page Edition of the Death Note Manga You Could Beat Someone to Death With

Want to check out Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s popular manga before, say, Netflix releases its adaptation next year? Well, this new Japanese release of the entire thing in a single book could be up your street, as well as double as a solid enough weapon against potential home invaders. Read more...
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