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L Lawliet (エル・ローライト Eru Rōraito?),[3] widely known by the letter L (エル Eru?), is a fictional character in the manga series Death Note by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata. Considered the world'sgreatest detective, he lives in secrecy. During the story, he acts as the main antagonist to Light Yagami, otherwise known as the mass-murderer "Kira". However, his popularity as a character inspiredthe release of a spin-off live-action film L: Change the Worldand a novel adaption of said film where he is the main protagonist.

The character of L is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi in the anime, andportrayed by Kenichi Matsuyama in the films Death Note, Death Note: The Last Nameand L: Change the World. He is dubbed by Alessandro Juliani across the English-language media. Since his introduction inthe series, L's character has been praised by several manga and anime reviewers.

Tsugumi Ohba, the writer of the series, created L to represent justice, as a "super detective" who stands inLight's way. Since Ohba believed the story would not hold much interest if L were significantly older than Light, the character was created as a young adult. For L's name, he wanted to use a single letterwith a lot of significance; he considered "I" and "J", but eventually chose "L" after careful consideration.[4] The alias of "Ryuzaki" was given to him because of a previous murderer L had captured,who went by the name of "Rue Ryuzaki." Ohba said that he left everything about L's character design toTakeshi Obata, artist of the series. Obata asked Ohba if L could be "unattractive". Afterwards Ohbaincluded ideas in his thumbnails, including L's manner of sitting, "he's English", and "he's listless". Ohba added details regarding L's mannerisms and his interests in sweets. Ohba credits Obata forthe character designs.[5] Obata commented that L's thumbnails by Ohba had no bags under his eyes, and that he had a "plain face with no expression" which was very useful. Obata drew L as an...
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