Lawliet twiddled with his small piece of chocolat he was holding with both hands. He stared at it with an intense look. Misa entered the room as Lawliet had noticed her presence and turned his black chair around to greet her. He held the chocolat still with both hands. He simply nodded to her as she smiled and darted at him to montrer her excited affection. Lawliet's chair tipped back lightly as Misa wrapped her arms around him. He held his arms out but not wrapped around her. He cradled the small piece of chocolat par his fingertips in his left hand. "Lawliet!" She cried excited to see him....
It's been over a mois since I finished the series, but now I've finally decided to post my entire thoughts on the series, in general.
To me, Death Note is a true masterpiece, but that isn't what this article is about.
Moral lesson and good and evil is key in Death Note, and the montrer will always question your own moral views, get toi thinking about it. No other animé has done that for me, so I think of this one as special. Death Note is not a battle between the brains and moral vues of Light and L, but plus of weighing out good and evil, itself.