I did, actually. I cried when Matt died, and I was all like "WHAT? Less than 30 seconds and he's already dead??? Nooooo!!! T.T" To be honest, I cried for everyone's death in Death Note, and even though I hate Light, I cried for him the most...
So, I checked out your DN fanarts and I absolutely love them!
Whats that black stuff on Light's wing? Is he wearing demon wings under those feathers. I didn't really have an opinion on Light until volume 8. Then I started to hate him for how he treated Misa. If I was her, I'd slap him. I didn't agree with his method, but I kinda like the death-note less Light. Like the character in the fan comic I'm about to create, for something he actually said in vol... 3? 4? 5? I'm not sure at the moment. The main character of my comic is very happy about that. She hated him from the start. When L said that thing about being smart and not gaining weight, I thought it had more to do with the way he eats or what he does in his spare time than how much thinking he does.
Right on! It is a devil wing disguised as the white wings. Yes, but unfortunately, Misa is too air-headed (or love-stuck) to realize that she has been used. I know that our brains use a lot of energy and even more if we use them heavily. I noticed that with myself when I was able to to eat plenty while staying slim. That would be due to the fact hat my brain is very active.
Right. Though I remember seeing a bar-chart in high school showing how much energy any one task takes, and "Thinking" was the only activity that didn't have a visible bar on the chart (needed a magnifying glass to see it). I guess the brain is more energy consuming than we thought it was then. Whats the whole "Light? Somethings wrong with my arm!" thing about? Is it because one of her arms is kinda wobbly in the main panel?
Yes, Misa tried to stop the cannoball Mello and Near were firing at Light. Yes, she tried to stop the cannonball with her hand with a belief that "Power of Life" will protect her and Light and ended up having a broken arm before realizing it.
I read the recent focus magazine, and there is a point where it says that people with higher IQ's use more energy when thinking. It also said that 10,000 hours of practise, on average, are neccesary to make a person exceptional on average.