History Analysis / DeathNote

12th Sep '17 1:38:13 AM antimisa
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** [[https://antimisaamane.deviantart.com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-704055264 Here's]] an in depth essay on why some fans find Misa's character to be disagreeable, as well as a Light/Takada ship [[SeriousBusiness manifesto]]. It also points out some major differences between the manga and anime.

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** [[https://antimisaamane.deviantart.com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-704055264 com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-703903530 Here's]] an in depth essay on why some fans find Misa's character to be disagreeable, as well as a Light/Takada ship [[SeriousBusiness manifesto]]. It also points out some major differences between the manga and anime.
12th Sep '17 1:24:22 AM antimisa
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** [[http://antimisaamane.deviantart.com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-703903530 Here's]] an in depth essay on why some fans find Misa's character to be disagreeable, as well as a Light/Takada ship [[SeriousBusiness manifesto]]. It also points out some major differences between the manga and anime.

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** [[http://antimisaamane.[[https://antimisaamane.deviantart.com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-703903530 com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-704055264 Here's]] an in depth essay on why some fans find Misa's character to be disagreeable, as well as a Light/Takada ship [[SeriousBusiness manifesto]]. It also points out some major differences between the manga and anime.
11th Sep '17 5:12:13 AM antimisa
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** [[http://antimisa.deviantart.com/journal/Why-I-Hate-Amane-Misa-OR-MOSTLY-MADHOUSE-440091560 Here's]] an in depth essay on why some fans find Misa's character to be disagreeable, as well as a Light/Takada ship [[SeriousBusiness manifesto]]. It also points out some major differences between the manga and anime.

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** [[http://antimisa.[[http://antimisaamane.deviantart.com/journal/Why-I-Hate-Amane-Misa-OR-MOSTLY-MADHOUSE-440091560 com/journal/The-Anti-Misa-Manifesto-Revived-703903530 Here's]] an in depth essay on why some fans find Misa's character to be disagreeable, as well as a Light/Takada ship [[SeriousBusiness manifesto]]. It also points out some major differences between the manga and anime.
4th Aug '16 11:33:36 AM Morgenthaler
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* Or even a stealth parody of [[ComedicSociopathy happy fun]] kids' movies. Specifically, remember that one about the bullied kid approached by a [[LittleMonsters goofball monster wearing punk accessories]]? The one from a [[MonsterTown world of monsters]] that preys on humans. Now remember the pilot chapter. Take a good look at Howie Mandel's [[http://img801.imageshack.us/i/ryuukuwamaurice.jpg/ eyes and mouth]].

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* Or even a stealth parody of [[ComedicSociopathy happy fun]] kids' movies. Specifically, remember that one about the bullied kid approached by a [[LittleMonsters [[Film/LittleMonsters goofball monster wearing punk accessories]]? The one from a [[MonsterTown world of monsters]] that preys on humans. Now remember the pilot chapter. Take a good look at Howie Mandel's [[http://img801.imageshack.us/i/ryuukuwamaurice.jpg/ eyes and mouth]].
22nd Mar '16 6:26:50 PM DreamerCynist2
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** [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Misa loudly and regularly calls Ryuuzaki a pervert and that she only wants to be with Light]] and then he makes her laugh and she gives him a peck on the cheek.

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** [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial Misa loudly and regularly calls Ryuuzaki a pervert and that she only wants to be with Light]] and then he makes her laugh and she gives him a peck on the cheek. \n Doesn't hurt that his reaction is to smile and say "I could fall for you".
12th Nov '15 4:22:01 AM Berrenta
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** Light (Kira) and L are [[FoeYay enemies and hate each other]] and yet there is so much HoYay it leads one to wonder if something else might be going on between them. (Unless you've welded on the AntiGoggles)

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** Light (Kira) and L are [[FoeYay enemies and hate each other]] and yet there is so much HoYay it leads one to wonder if something else might be going on between them. (Unless you've welded on the AntiGoggles)
14th Aug '15 4:40:14 PM MarkLungo
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* L and Near - Autism and/or Avoidant.

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* L and Near - Autism [[HollywoodAutism Autism]] and/or Avoidant.



* B - Sociopathy or Psychopathy.

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* B - Sociopathy [[TheSociopath Sociopathy]] or Psychopathy.
18th Sep '14 8:19:51 PM Hadjorim
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** He is such a sociopathic narcissist he is incapable of loving anyone but himself.
** He is gay. A more in-depth analysis here: http://lynkemma.livejournal.com/169874.html

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** He is gay. A more in-depth analysis here: http://lynkemma.livejournal.com/169874.html
** He is such a sociopathic narcissist he is incapable of loving anyone but himself. \n** He is gay. A more in-depth analysis here: http://lynkemma.livejournal.com/169874.html \n
5th Jul '14 1:28:27 PM TVRulezAgain
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Despite being a dark crime thriller with a megalomaniacal mass-murderer for a protagonist, when you get down to it it contains all the basic elements of a typical shonen series, albeit in forms twisted nearly beyond recognition: a young, justice-loving Chaste Hero (a narcissistic Knight Templar with delusions of godhood) who discovers magical powers (a notebook that can be used to instantly murder anybody) and gains a Spirit Buddy (an amoral embodiment of death), makes a Worthy Opponent rival (a detective trying to apprehend him for his crimes) [[ArrogantKungFuGuy who knows martial arts]] ({{Capoeira}}) and picks up a persistent Genki Girl love interest (a vapid pop idol who's fanatically obsessed with him and, despite barely knowing him, is instantly willing to kill for, die for and marry him). If the satire was intended on the part of Tsugumi Ohba, he/she sure hasn't let on.

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Despite being a dark crime thriller with a megalomaniacal mass-murderer for a protagonist, when you get down to it it contains all the basic elements of a typical shonen series, albeit in forms twisted nearly beyond recognition: a young, justice-loving Chaste Hero (a narcissistic Knight Templar with delusions of godhood) who discovers magical powers (a notebook that can be used to instantly murder anybody) and gains a Spirit Buddy (an amoral embodiment of death), makes a Worthy Opponent rival (a detective trying to apprehend him for his crimes) [[ArrogantKungFuGuy who knows martial arts]] ({{Capoeira}}) (UsefulNotes/{{Capoeira}}) and picks up a persistent Genki Girl love interest (a vapid pop idol who's fanatically obsessed with him and, despite barely knowing him, is instantly willing to kill for, die for and marry him). If the satire was intended on the part of Tsugumi Ohba, he/she sure hasn't let on.
31st May '14 12:59:24 PM Aiguille
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** Also Misa seems to be a parody of typical shojou tropes, especially the MagicalGirl genre. She's a young, beautiful yet ditzy girl who is granted magical powers (see above) by a (not so) cute NonHumanSidekick (a gross, monster-like creature), [[SailorMoon is fighting evil by the moonlight]] (by murdering criminals and innocents), finding a MysteriousProtector (InNameOnly, who just uses and manipulates her, doesn't give a shit about her as a person and actually wants to kill her in the beginning) and falling in love with him (as in: becoming completely devoted to him [[LoveAtFirstSight unrealistically fast]], dedicating her life to him and being completely obedient. [[SarcasmMode Like any good [soon-to-be] wife should do!]]). For bonus points, she teams up with demons instead of fights them, like a typical MagicalGirlWarrior.

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** Also Misa seems to be a parody of typical shojou tropes, especially the MagicalGirl genre. She's a young, beautiful yet ditzy girl who is granted magical powers (see above) by a (not so) cute NonHumanSidekick (a gross, monster-like creature), [[SailorMoon [[Franchise/SailorMoon is fighting evil by the moonlight]] (by murdering criminals and innocents), finding a MysteriousProtector (InNameOnly, who just uses and manipulates her, doesn't give a shit about her as a person and actually wants to kill her in the beginning) and falling in love with him (as in: becoming completely devoted to him [[LoveAtFirstSight unrealistically fast]], dedicating her life to him and being completely obedient. [[SarcasmMode Like any good [soon-to-be] wife should do!]]). For bonus points, she teams up with demons instead of fights them, like a typical MagicalGirlWarrior.
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