He is portrayed as a brilliant but bored genius who finds the Death Note, an otherworldly supernatural notebook that allows the user to kill anyone by knowing their name and face, after it is dropped by the Shinigami Ryuk. Over the course of his efforts to become the god of a world free of crime, Light is hunted down by a special task-force, headed by an enigmatic consulting detective known as L. In the live-action film series, he is portrayed by Tatsuya Fujiwara with Swaile reprising his role as his English dub voice; he is portrayed by both Kenji Urai and Hayato Kakizawa in the musical; in the TV drama, he is portrayed by Masataka Kubota ; his counterparts in the American film are portrayed by Nat Wolff and Margaret Qualley. Tsugumi Ohba , the story writer of Death Note , said that his editor suggested the family name "Yagami" for Light. Ohba said that he did not feel "too concerned" about the meaning of the name the Kanji for "Yagami" are "night" and "god" ; he said that after he created the final scene in the manga he "liked" that the final scene created "deeper significance" in the name, of Kira worshippers worshipping him at night under the light of the moon — his given name Light is written with the character for "moon". Takeshi Obata , the artist of Death Note , said that he had "no trouble" designing Light as the character description presented to him, "A brilliant honors student who's a little out there," was "clear and detailed". As the weekly serialization continued, Obata simplified the design by subconsciously removing "unnecessary" lines and felt that he became "better" at drawing Light. When Chapter 35 appeared and the editor informed Obata that Light loses his memories, Obata had to draw Light in a similar manner as he appeared in Chapter 1; Obata said "It was like I had to forget everything I had learned. According to Obata, he encountered difficulty imagining the clothing of "a brilliant person," so he looked through fashion magazines.
After discovering the Death Note , he decides to use it to rid the world of criminals. His killings are eventually labelled by people of Japan as the work of " Kira. Light is a young man, standing at above average height with light-brown hair and brown eyes. During Part I , when not wearing his school uniform, which consists of a tan suit and red tie, he dresses fairly casually, sometimes sporting a dress shirt underneath a jacket or a V-neck sweater with a collared t-shirt underneath. During Part II , if not wearing a similar style of clothes, he is seen wearing a suit. He is considered to be quite handsome, a trait noted by Misa Amane and Kiyomi Takada , among others. Light is characterized as hardworking, talented, and a natural genius. Highly perceptive and good with problem solving, Light was a skilled planner and good at mapping out scenarios. Furthermore, Light was very popular among peers and adored by his family members.
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Death Note has been loved by fans and critics alike, for its amazing characters, its intriguing premise, and its thriller story. The series follows a high school student, Light Yagami, who finds a notebook that kills whoever's name is written in it. The constant battle of wits between Light and L has some of the best-written moments in anime history, with fans debating who was smarter, Light or L. So, here are 5 times Light had the upper hand, and 5 times L did. After L deduces Kira might be someone Raye Penber was investigating, and after getting permission from Chief Yagami, he sets up surveillance cameras in their house, which Light finds out about thanks to Ryuk.
Ever since Light Yagami stumbled onto a little black book that could kill with a simple name, his life took a dramatic turn towards murder. Starting from a relatively good-natured if not vain schoolboy and ending up a mass-murdering psychopath, Light Yagami used the Death Note 's power to dole out his brand of unfeeling and self-righteous justice. Killing whoever he deems unworthy of the new world he wanted to create. Whether they be self-inflicted, a product of the Death Note, or necessary to his goal, they all played a part in his rise to power. The Death Note seems to come with its special system to prevent anyone other than its owners from finding out it exists. If someone in possession of the Death Note loses it or gives it away, they lose all memories associated with it. A fact even Light Yagami cannot avoid, so instead, he put it to use. Backed into a corner by L, Light used this particular rule to clear suspicion from him and his coconspirator Misa. All death caused by the Death Note must be logical.