"G-d damn those damn Yaoi Notes !" Light Yagami yelled as another pair of girls passed by him, giggling and writing in small black notebooks . Fangirls were always trying to make him and his best friend, Michael, get together by writing their names in the notebooks . Well, either that or putting the name L Lawliet on that paper to see if the strange man would appear before their eyes to whisk Light away .
Michael laughed as he walked next to his friend, shaking his blond head . "Calm down, dude . Just get over it . It's never going to stop ." He kept chuckling, even after Light gave him a dirty look that would've made a young girl—or maybe even a young boy—run crying to their mommy .
And Michael was right . As long as there was the huge fandom for Death Note, there would always be fangirls after Light …and/or his nonexistent gay relationship with L . When the manga first came out, Light was both scared and overjoyed that the main character's name was his own . But then things started getting weird . The Light in the manga looked exactly like him …and shared his ideals . It was really starting to freak him and Michael out .
And then Mello was introduced . And he looked exactly like Michael, except for his lack of scar across his face . (Michael was in a fire when he was younger .) He was okay with the likeness in character because of the cool clothes Mello got to wear …until he received the scar in the manga . Oh, but if that wasn't enough, what about Mello's real name ? Mihael Keehl was just a little too close to Michael Keen, don't you think ?
Still, the manga—and later, the anime—were amazing and the two teenagers could deal with the odd likenesses . Ah, but they were forgetting one major thing: Girls loved Death Note . And anyone with half a brain knows what that means: FANGIRLS ! Suddenly, there was fanfiction everywhere and fanart of L and Light kissing or making out or going further . It was disgusting . And then another couple showed up . One not as equally popular, but still pretty up there .
Back to the present, Michael suddenly stopped making any noise and took to staring at a single boy walked passed them through the halls of the school . Even as he continued walking with Light, his head and eyes followed the redhead . "I swear Miles is in love with me," he finally said when his head was facing the correct direction .
"I swear you're in love with him," Light replied . They had gone over this numerous times . Their answers weren't going to change .
Miles Butler was the loner of the junior class . He had no friends and was always alone …duh . He was a dork, a geek who only liked his video games and his computer . Actually, he was known as the best hacker in the school, though how this was known without anyone talking to him remained a mystery . He always wore a black and white striped shirt that made him look like he belonged in a prison . The only thing that was actually a way for him to snag girls was the one thing he hid the most: His piercing jade eyes always hidden behind orange tinted goggles .
Now, what Death Note fan wouldn't immediately spot Miles as a Matt cosplayer ? The thing is he was like this long before the series was created, and Matt wasn't created until later in the series even . Things just keep getting weirder, no ? Three guys going to the same school and all of them resemble characters from Death Note even though they have no idea how is quite odd .
It gets odder.
Just then, a Misa Amane replica—down to her love of and devotion to a certain Light Yagami—appears out of the mass of students heading to their next class and squeals as she grabs onto her boyfriend's arm in a death grip . "Light ! I missed you all morning ! Where were you ?" she screeched in his ear .
Michael chuckled in the background as Light calmly peeled his appendage from the girl's grasp . "Class, Nicole ." A let down ? Not so much . The name might not have anything to do with Misa Amane, but Nicole Amdell was in fact Miss (Junior) America . Miss A. as she liked to be called . Scary enough for you ? Good . The sad thing is, even though she was in love with Light and had been dating him for several years, Light absolutely hated her . Okay, here's one more oddity: as soon as Nicole asked Light out and they starting dating, Misa appeared in Death Note . Things were starting to look a lot less like coincidences .