Lucky Death Note fans in Japan will be able to buy the re-issued manga from today.
Shueisha have published these versions to tie in with the 10th Anniversary of Death Note first appearing in Shonen Jump. But other than the the novelty value, there's nothing much to recommend it.
The story told is precisely the same as other editions of the Death Note manga. There are no new chapters nor tweaks in the original story.
However, each volume - which will be released monthly - will come with a bespoke character card.
They'll add up to seven overall. When placed side by side, those cards create a long mini-poster. The same effect will be achieved by lining up the front covers of the manga volumes too.
In addition, these volumes are available in eBook form, as well as the usual paper editions.