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.
- The series has taken a nose dive, and not an exciting one like planes do, but a stupid one.
- The tension and suspense that made me crave this series has died!
- I'm so sad. My brother warned me that it started off amazing and got dumb halfway through. I should have listened!
- L brings in 2 new associates, and I'm excited to learn more about them and see their skills.
- Matsuda is an idiot!
- I like the chief a lot. He is like an older Captain America, but for Japan.
- I still think Light and Misa should be punished for their crimes!
- Misa is still annoying.
Whiteout is Volume 5 of the Death Note series. Click on the cover to read my thoughts on the previous volumes.