Collection: Death Note - Figures

Our Death Note anime figures

Find and buy your figures from the Death Note universe exclusively and at the best price on our website. All of our products are faithfully adapted from the anime and are perfect for a gift or to complete a collection.

What is a Death note anime figure?

It is a small toy often made of PVC or resin that allows big anime fans to easily dive into the world of anime from the land of the rising sun and be able to admire their favorite characters down to the smallest detail. The anime figures are not reserved for a particular category of people or age. They are collected for a variety of reasons. For high-level collectors, the figures serve as inspiration for them to create a new story. While some others buy them in large quantities to display in a window or even in their original box as true decorative gems. Older people are also concerned with collecting anime figures. For them, accumulating these small statuette characters is a way to cultivate memories.

Summary of the anime Death Note:

Light Yagami, a high school genius, finds a supernatural notebook that allows him to kill anyone by writing the victim's name while imagining his face. The story follows his attempts to become a god by creating a New World pure from evil, using the notebook, and the complex conflict between him and everyone who tries to stop him or help him.

The original anime series is divided into Part I,which focuses primarily on Light's rivalry with L; and Part II,which focuses primarily on Light's rivalry with Near and Mello. Many adaptations are based solely on Part I.

The anime is the original series of Death Note and the version on which all adaptations are based. It was serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump starting with issue #01 of 2004 (first sold on December 1, 2003) and ending with issue #24 of 2006 (first sold on May 15, 2006). It lasted 108 chapters,which were collected in twelve volumes under the label "Jump Comics" of Shueisha. The chapters were then reissued in a collection of 7 volumes under their label "Bunko" . The entire series was then collected into a single volume entitled Death Note All-in-One Edition. The anime was followed by an epilogue chapter published in Weekly Shonen Jump on February 9, 2008. The twelve volumes were followed by the anime guide Death Note 13: How to Read, which provides information about the series and official character statistics.

The shounen series created by writer Tsugumi Ohba and illustrator Takeshi Obata in 2003. It began as a anime series, and since then there have been several adaptations, including the anime series from 2006-2007, the Japanese film series in direct from 2006, a television drama in 2015, a musical comedy created in 2015, and an American live-action film developed by Netflix in 2017.

You'll find figures of Light, Ryuk, Rem, L, Near and all your other favorite characters.

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