Death Note is a story so compelling that it's spawned many adaptations and spin-offs in multiple media.
Works in the franchise include:Anime & Manga
- Death Note: A page covering the original manga and its Animated Adaptation.
- Death Note Pilot: An early and very different version of the manga.
- Another Note: A prequel focusing on L and Naomi Misora.
- L: change the WorLd: The adaptation of the film of the same name.
- Death Note Series: Japanese live action films based on the manga.
- Death Note (2006)
- Death Note: The Last Name
- L: change the WorLd: An L-centric sequel to the Japanese live-action films.
- Death Note New Generation: A three part Mini Series that bridges the 10-year gap between the previous films and Light Up the New World.
- Death Note: Light Up the New World : A sequel to the Japanese films featuring (mostly) new characters.
- Death Note (2017): A Netflix-exclusive American film adaptation.
- Death Note the Musical, a stage musical adaptation that opened at the Nissay Theatre in Tokyo, Japan; it features original songs written by famed Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn (of Bonnie and Clyde and Dracula the Musical fame), along with lyrics by Wildhorn's longtime lyricist Jack Murphy and a book by Ivan Menchell.
- Death Note: A Live-Action Adaptation television series that retains the basic plot, but makes some changes.
- Death Note Investigation Card Game
- Death Note: Confrontation
- Jump Super Stars and Jump Ultimate Stars: Fighting Games featuring characters from Shonen Jump titles. Light, Ryuk, and L appear in Jump Super Stars as support characters. Misa, Near, and Mello are added as support characters in Ultimate.
- Death Note Kira Game
- Death Note VR Escape Game: A virtual reality game where you play as Misa working with Rem to escape a flooding basement.
- Death Note The VR Experience: A virtual reality video released to tie in with Death Note (2017)
- Jump Force: A Massive Multiplayer Crossover Fighting Game that includes Light and Ryuk as non player characters.