Death Note All in One Edition Manga

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SKU: 9781421597713

Retail Price: $39.99

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About Death Note All in One Edition Manga

Death Note All-in-One Edition features story by Tsugumi Ohba and art by Takeshi Obata.

All 12 volumes of Death Note in one monstrously large edition!

This hefty omnibus combines all 2,400 pages of the megahit thriller into a single massive tome, presented in a beautiful silver slipcase. A perfect collectible conversation piece and a must-have for Death Note fans. Also contains an epilogue chapter never before seen in English!

Light Yagami is an ace student with great prospects—and he's bored out of his mind. But all that changes when he finds the Death Note, a notebook dropped by a rogue Shinigami death god. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of the Death Note to rid the world of evil. But when criminals begin dropping dead, the authorities send the legendary detective L to track down the killer. With L hot on his heels, will Light lose sight of his noble goal…or his life?


  • Publisher: VIZ BOOKS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Action, Drama, Mystery
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 9/5/2017
  • Page Count: 2400
  • Dimensional Weight: 2
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

7 reviews

Two potato chips for the price of one!


Feels like ever time I blink Death Note is suddenly cheaper, both the anime and manga keep going down. I don't regret picking up the series when I did but boy must this be nice for newcomers. If you are a newcomer to Death Note know that it's a very intense psychological thrill ride that always leaves you wanting more, or at least it would if this mega volume didn't already contain the whole series. I'd also like to say that artist Takeshi Obata is in my opinion the best in the industry, usually I like to wait for a potential anime before jumping into a series but Obata is good enough that I don't bother, his style of drawing is very engaging and it's only gotten better over the years, the plots of Death Note and other series Obata has worked on such as Hikaru No Go, Bakuman, and Platinum End are certainly important but I strongly feel said series wouldn't be nearly as successful if not for Obata's art.

Not Hardcover?!


I'd say this is an amazing price and great all in one manga except that this should definitely be printed on hardcover or close to it! Imagine trying to read a 2,400 page soft cover without damaging the binding of the book! I'm still ordering one, but this seems to be an obvious downfall.

I love this manga. I couldn't put it down. Great story, action, and plot.


I love this manga. I couldn't put it down. Great story, action, and plot. Great saving when compared to buying all of the volumes separately.

Super cool!

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This is an excellent version of the series, a good price for newcomers or a fresh look for those familiar. It basically replicates the Japanese version that came out last year, even with the illustrated case/box.

All In One>Full Volume Set


Someone might except this manga to be hard to hold but it is surprisingly comfortable. The spine of the book is pretty flexible so unless you bend it all the way nothing will crease. 2400 pages might seem like a lot but compare this size book to 12+1 volumes of single Mangas, this all in one is definitely worth it! Oh side note! The bleed through on each page is not bad at all for such a big book.

Should be hardback


Let me start off by saying that the Deathnote series is amazing and that the lower score is not a reflection of this books content. With that being said this cheap alternative to collecting the entire series is really nice. However, since it is not a hardback edition this edition will I assume resemble a phone book that has been ran over by a truck after completion. Really wish it was hardback besides that, I recommend it.

Need more 'all in one's!


I had never read this series, I only remember it as a book some kids read in elementary school when it was coming out, but i finally got around to getting it. Compared to how much it would cost for the box set of the series, it seems ridiculous to release something as an alternative, at half the price. I think that's the reason other series don't do this, but i sure wish they would. I have never owned such a huge book that wasn't hardcover, so I expected it to be a chore to read and not crease the book, but this is amazingly well made, as if they actually expected people to read it. The book box thing is also great for when i want to stuff it in my backpack so the corners don't get damaged (although putting such a thick book in a backpack is still not easy). If i ever see another all in one manga like this i will definitely get it.