Japanator Unboxes: Death Note: The Omega Edition Blu-ray Set


A Classic Series Now Available on BluRay

I remember when I first watched Death Note in 2006. The idea of getting rid of people by killing them with a simple notebook was terrifying yet intriguing. Not only that, but the thought that the Death Note was under the power of a soon-to-be evil genius like Light Yagami was even scarier.  

Aside from Lupin the III and Detective Conan, watching Death Note for the first time was a refreshing experience for me as I never seen anything like it before and it even made it as far as my top series during that time, until Clannad and Code Geass, that is. 

Despite the many years that the series has been available in North America, this is the first time that it has received the Blu-Ray treatment. Before this, the only ways to watch the series were via Hulu Plus or by buying the DVD set which released back in 2009.

The following is The Omega Edition, which includes the series' one-shot chapter and two featured filmsboth Relight films in addition to all 37 episodes. What I found really interesting is that the series includes the Spanish, French and Portuguese dub. You can check out the unboxing video below:

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