Death report, the most famous anime series in the world, celebrates its fourteenth anniversary today. Over the past decade, the work of Tsugumi Oba and Studio Madhouse has become a real mantra for fans of the Japanese series. Today, October 4th, 2020, fans decided to join forces on social networks to celebrate their birthday.

For the uninitiated, the first episode of Death Note aired October 4, 2006 in Japanexactly fourteen years ago. In Japan, the series became a real media event, with nearly 30 million volumes sold in just two years and insane dates for an anime series. Shortly after the series debuted in the West (including Italy), it saw a significant surge in popularity.

According to the MyAnimeList web portal Death Note is currently the most famous anime in the world with over two million registered users. The top 3 look in second place The attack of the giants and the third Sword art onlinewhile Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood is One hit man You have to be content with the fourth or fifth position.

Death Note recently returned to talk about it, as a new one-shot was released in 2020 that apparently could even get an anime adaptation. We remind you that the original series is currently available on Netflix and VVVVID and that you can find out our opinion on it in the Death Note review.

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