Cover image for Death note. Vol. 5, Whiteout / story by Tsugumi Ohba ; art by Takeshi Obata ; [translation & adaptation, Alexis Kirsch ; touch-up art & lettering, Gia Cam Luc].
Title:
Death note. Vol. 5, Whiteout / story by Tsugumi Ohba ; art by Takeshi Obata ; [translation & adaptation, Alexis Kirsch ; touch-up art & lettering, Gia Cam Luc].
Title Variants:
Whiteout

DeathNote.
ISBN:
9781421506265
Edition:
Shonen Jump advanced manga ed.
Publication Information:
San Francisco : Viz Media, [2008], ℗♭2003.
Physical Description:
196 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
General Note:
Translated from the Japanese.

"This book reads from right to left"--Page 4 of cover.
Contents:
V. 1. Boredom -- v. 2. Confluence -- v. 3. Hard run -- v. 4. Love -- v. 5. Whiteout -- v. 6. Give-and-take -- v. 7. Zero.
Abstract:
L asks Light, though he is still under suspicion, to join the taskforce and help locate the second Kira. Light agrees so he can access the taskforce resources, but when he finally meets the new Kira, she's not at all what he expects.
Audience/Reading Level:
T+, older teen.
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Summary

Summary

After a week locked up with no one but Ryuk for company, Light is ready to give up his Death Note and all memories of it. Freed from his past actions, Light is convinced he's innocent. But L is ready to keep Light under lock and key forever, especially since the killings stopped once Light was incarcerated. Then a new wave of Kira crimes hits Japan. Someone else has gotten their hands on a Death Note, and these new deaths aren't focused on making the world a better place, they're focused on making money. Big business can be murder, and Kira has gone corporate!


Author Notes

Tsugumi Ohba is the author of the hit series Death Note, Bakuman and Platinum End. Takeshi Obata Takeshi Obata was born in 1969 in Niigata, Japan, and first achieved international recognition as the artist of the wildly popular Shonen Jump title Hikaru no Go, which won the 2003 Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize: Shinsei "New Hope" Award and the 2000 Shogakukan Manga Award. He went on to illustrate the smash hit Death Note as well as the hugely successful manga Bakuman, All You Need Is Kill and Platinum End.