It looks like anime and politics are continuing to go hand in hand. Earlier this month, Representative Paul A. Gosar (R-Ariz.) censored through one edit Attack the giant with the participation of President Joe Biden and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (DN.Y). A little more recently, Kanji Yamanouchi, Ambassador and Consul General of Japan in New York, took to social media to chopped on the guitar come Demon Slayer opening song to celebrate the recent Anime NYC convention.
Now, it looks like it’s time to bring Death Note into the mixture. The NGO Observatorio Democrático Juventud Honduras (Hondura Democratic Youth Observatory) posted an ad featuring Light Yagami from the series to encourage people to vote in Honduras’ presidential election. Advertisement, has been published for the organization Facebook page, read: “The power is in your hands.”
While the ad makes sense in context, it seems like an extremely dark connotation. In Death Note, Light Yagami finds a notebook that allows him to kill anyone with his name written in it.
While this campaign is likely to have a dark tone, it appears that ads like this and others are important in getting people to vote. Based on Al-Jazeera, the electoral board in Honduras said “a large number of voters turned out” for the election, with more than 2.7 million votes cast in an initial count, even more than expected. when all votes are counted.
Xiomara Castro, poised to become the first female president in the history of the Central American nation, declared herself the winner on Monday, according to a Guardians The report.
what do you think about Death Note used to help people vote? Isn’t it weird to see anime and politics collide? Let us know in the comments section.
https://wegotthiscovered.com/tv/death-note-character-used-to-encourage-voting-in-this-recent-election/ The character ‘Death Note’ was used to encourage voting in this recent election