L smells like strawberries and fresh laundry.

Mello smells like blood and chocolate.

Matt smells like cigarettes and gasoline.

Near smells like cotton candy and books.

Misa smells like perfume and tears.

Ryuk smells like apples and death.

Light smells like salt and lies.

Whitewashing: An American tradition. Hollywood shapes how we are seen and *not* seen. But we don’t have to give them our money and views. Ghost in the Shell and Death Note are more missed opportunities to showcase Asian-American talent. Let’s not watch them.

(Do not repost or alter my work. Reposting hurts artists. Share directly from my pages please)

The best thing about death note is probably the fact that it took like the three smartest people on earth, an entire police task force, the mafia, the FBI and a team literally designed to take down kira (and maybe even a couple of shinigamis dependant how you look at it) years to take down a kid with a notebook, a slightly unstable lawyer, a news reporter and a girl that’s just in it for the hell of it and yet Naomi practically figured it out before the second book had even finished