You can nab the first three episodes of the anime Death Note (2007), free of charge, as long as you're American and have an account with Microsoft.
Blatantly nicking the general idea from us, Microsoft Corporation have belatedly labelled February 2016 their Month of Anime.
This brings with it several free shows, while some of the big names - Death Note included - have downloadable episodes to grab and enjoy.
The whole Anime Month endeavour is to highlight what's available to stream or download via their store. They play on the usual supported devices: Xbox, Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
All of the English dub Death Note anime episodes are present and correct. Rebirth, Confrontation and Dealings resplendent alongside their 'get for free' button, while the rest cost $1.99 a shot. As, presumably, will the first three once again come March.
So if you're suitably situated in the States - the rest of us have to pretend with a proxy, just to have a quick look - sign up for a Microsoft Store account. (Instantly unsubscribe from the mailing list, or else spam will be your immediate and long-lasting future.) And get downloading Death Note for free.
All the time remembering, as you watch Light whining about boredom, then turning psychotic before your very eyes, that the voice you're hearing is Brad Swaile.
There's still just under a week left to get your question(s) in that Kira's voice actor may answer the stuff that you've always wanted to know.
And incidentally, we're also flogging volumes of the anime in our store too. Proceeds to one day - when we pay enough attention to the gift area instead of the fun stuff out here - go towards the upkeep of the Death Note News website.