Discover the action figures of Death Note

Most of the Shônens - these mangas intended in principle for young boys - very often respect a remarkably narrow nomenclature. It is often about the adventures of a young man full of spirit, good feelings and justice, fighting evil with his fellow travelers. The stories are often hackneyed - though enjoyable - but rarely do the authors deviate from this guiding principle in their plots.

Death Note, for this reason, was a considerable event in the landscape of Shônen and even of manga in general. Manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and drawn by Takeshi Obata, Death Note and its twelve volumes brilliantly adapted into anime is probably one of the most striking manga if not the most striking manga of the decade 2000. It is about Light (Raito in the original version), a brilliant young boy - best high school student in Japan - remarkably jaded by life. By chance, he comes across a strange blank notebook with some indications.

According to these instructions, any person whose name is written in the notebook will die of a heart attack within 40 seconds. As he tries to verify if this is true, Light realizes that this "Death Note" found by chance is a deadly instrument par excellence, abandoned by a god of death.

In the hands of one of the most intelligent men in Japan, this Death Note then becomes the secular sword of a high school student who gradually takes himself for God and distributes his idea of Justice. Thus, the main character breaks with the epinal image of the lambda Shônen protagonist. Because the reader, in fact, will follow the adventures of the one who usually holds the place of the antagonist.

His method of killing being too ingenious and, above all, unknown to everyone, the investigators in charge of finding out who is causing these series of heart attacks are risking their lives to find out, resorting to all the most clever stratagems to try to get their hands on him. Thus, Death Note is another way of approaching the notion of "Justice" in the framework of Shônen. A notion otherwise more vitiated and cruel which, however, has the merit of putting "Good" and "Evil" into perspective. The animated version is a particular honor to the manga because of the exquisite quality of its animation and above all, thanks to the soundtrack of Hideki Taniuchi, a virtuoso composer who gave Death Note its own identity and made the series go from myth to legend.

The figurines of the Funko POP Death Note collection, then, include both the versions of Kira/Light and L in their purest splendor. Rarely has the duality been so well highlighted in a work and, a fortiori, in a Shônen. So, to inspire you from this 2000's phenomenon, the Funko POP Death Note collection deserves to be in your home with its quality figurines evoking a manga that nobody will ever forget.

Franchise of Funko POP Death Note

POP collection Death Note has 4 figures 🎉. The first figurine of the collection came out in April 2017, it was the one of L with Cake while the last figurine put on sale by Funko for this series is Light (which came out in April 2017). This franchise, under the licence of VIZ Media, LLC doesn't include (yet) any chase figure. Please note that this franchise does not have multipack (several action figures sold together).

On the price side, the most expensive Death Note POP 💰 (according to our estimation) is Light, estimated at 105.00$. On the other side, the cheapest POP action figure of Death Note 🤑, estimated at 85.00$ is L.

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