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Wow can u please tell me why yall took it off.
maybe because It was more for anime instead of manga
I have an answer to why it was removed from the Death Note and Naruto community but the Manga as a Mod I'm rather stumped to be honest... The reason for the other communities to remove it was due to being Irrelevant to that community😧
Naruto and Death Note have absolutely nothing to do with Fairytail and that card. Maybe if you had like multiple pictures in there where topics or characters from that card were relevant, then it probably wouldn't of been removed. The manga one is a little surprising, but from what I can see there was no mention of the manga in your card. Manga and anime are different. That's why there's seperated communities.
oh well thats a little stupid but what ever I guess lol
But by the look of the title and picture it does look mre Fairy Tail related than Death Note and Manga and Naruto so probably that's why
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The new Death Note live-action film has finally released a poster showing key visuals for the film as well as the title and release date. This new film will focus on events that have occurred 10 years after the plot of the original manga and anime, with characters who have inherited the legacy of L and Light. From ANN: In the new film's story, a highly advanced information society is beset by global cyber-terrorism in 2016. New charismatic figures, who "inherited the DNA" of Light (previously played Tatsuya Fujiwara) and the detective L (Ken'ichi Matsuyama), emerge. The successors of the two geniuses will wage a war over six Death Notes on Earth. A crucial plot element will be the "Six-Note Rule": Only six Death Notes are allowed to exist at a time in the human world. Of course, the Shinigami (Gods of Death) themselves are limited to the number of Death Notes. Therefore, up to six Shinigami may exist in the human world. This rule existed in the original manga, but previous adaptations in the franchise have not used this rule thus far. I always get weird when it comes to live-action adaptations of popular anime and manga. I feel like there are just some things that don't transition well from the small animated screen to the large living one. I also don't know much about Japanese actors and actresses, so I can't really attest to the strength of the casting here. Really, all I can do is hope that it doesn't suck.