Filler List

Death Note Filler List

In this post we are going to update you and inform you about the latest Death Note filler list and we are going to cover all the Death Note filler list episodes. This anime series ran from 2006 to 2007. Out of 37 episodes, 0 were reported filler episodes giving it a filler rate of 0%.

Death Note Filler List

#Episode TitleTypeAired
1RebirthMostly Canon10/03/2006
2ConfrontationCanon10/10/2006
3DealingsCanon10/17/2006
4PursuitCanon10/24/2006
5TacticsCanon10/31/2006
6UnravelingCanon11/07/2006
7OvercastCanon11/14/2006
8GlareCanon11/21/2006
9EncounterCanon11/28/2006
10DoubtCanon12/05/2006
11AssaultCanon12/12/2006
12LoveCanon12/26/2006
13ConfessionCanon01/09/2007
14FriendCanon01/16/2007
15WagerCanon01/23/2007
16DecisionCanon01/30/2007
17ExecutionCanon02/06/2007
18AllyCanon02/13/2007
19MatsudaCanon02/20/2007
20MakeshiftCanon02/27/2007
21PerformanceCanon03/06/2007
22GuidanceCanon03/13/2007
23FrenzyCanon03/20/2007
24RevivalCanon03/27/2007
25SilenceMostly Canon04/03/2007
26RenewalMostly Canon04/10/2007
27AbductionCanon04/17/2007
28ImpatienceCanon04/24/2007
29FatherCanon05/01/2007
30JusticeCanon05/08/2007
31TransferCanon05/15/2007
32SelectionCanon05/22/2007
33ScornCanon05/29/2007
34VigilanceCanon06/05/2007
35MaliceCanon06/12/2007
361.28Canon06/19/2007
37New WorldMostly Canon06/26/2007

What Is Death Note About?

Death Note was a popular Japanese anime television series that ran from October 2006 to June 2007. It’s an animated adaption of Tsugumi Ohba’s manga series. Madhouse produced the anime Death Note, which was directed by Tetsuro Araki.

 Shinigami Ryuk is bored with his decaying world and his fellow members’ laziness, so he drops his Death Note on Earth and watches it unfold. He succeeds into the realm of his wildest dreams when the Death Note is discovered by an outstanding high school senior named Yagami Light, who is also tired of a world he considers rotten. After initially regard the book as a joke, Light soon discovers that it’s true: picture someone in your head while writing their name in the Death Note, and that person instantly dies from heart failure 40 seconds later (although a different time frame and manner of death can be specified).

Light uses his newfound power to embark on a quest he sees as noble: eliminate all the world’s criminals using the Death Note. He is soon dubbed the mysterious “Kira” (a Japanese word pronunciation of the English word “killer”) in media and on the Internet, which has a negative reaction from the police and the enigmatic detective L, who vows to stop him at any cost. To counter this, Light does everything he can to prevent people from identifying or interfering with him, even if that means getting rid of the people investigating him.

Christian Lee

Waiting for that moment where technology will be so advanced that we will be able to live in the anime world of our choice.

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