D. Gray-Man

D. Gray-Man

  • TV-14
  • 2006
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.7  (3,871)

Meet Allen Walker (Japanese: Sanae Kobayashi/English: Todd Haberkorn)--a 15-year-old boy with a gentle demeanor and unusual snow-white hair with a strange scar over his eye. Allen is an Exorcist--a being who can destroy 'Akuma', demonic creatures that can take the form of humans and walk among them unnoticed. Unique even for Exorcists, however, is Allen's ability to see through an Akuma's deception with his scarred eye. The common enemy to all Exorcists, the one who stands atop the army of Akuma, is the Millenium Earl (Japanese: Junpei Takiguchi/English: Jason Liebrecht). A mysterious being, he directs the Akuma that exist and creates more Akuma to replace those that are destroyed--all in a great effort to destroy humanity. The only way to fight these creatures is through weapons created with a rare material called 'Innocence'. For Allen, who was born with a rare parasitic Innocence that deformed his left arm, his arm is his weapon and can transform into a monstrous clawed appendage. For other Exorcists, such weapons can be as varied as a clock, a pair of boots, or a common sword. D. Gray Man is filled with fast-paced action and intense battle scenes mixed with plenty of the supernatural and a slightly gothic artistic direction. While at times light-hearted, the show is overall a more serious shonen with a slightly grim tone and mature elements. Expect a healthy volume of drama, a constantly growing cast of enemies and allies, and a slowly unraveling overall plot. D. Gray man is a shonen genre anime--adopted frm the manga of the same name by Katsura Hoshino. The TV series was produced by TMS Entertainment, Aniplex, Dentsu, and TV Tokyo; directed by Osamu Nabeshima; and adopted to English by Funimation Entertainment in the USA. The music for the show was composed by Kaoru Wada. The completed series is two seasons and 103 episodes long.

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Set Sail, to the East
51. Set Sail, to the East
September 25, 2007
Allen and his friends resume their search for General Cross. After arriving at his last known location, they receive some terribly disheartening news.
Feelings of Devotion
50. Feelings of Devotion
September 18, 2007
The exorcists embark on a perilous mission to transport Mei Ling to headquarters, but Lulu Bell of the Noah Clan has a surprise waiting for them.
Lulu Bell's Bell
49. Lulu Bell's Bell
September 11, 2007
Before Mei Ling can begin her training as an exorcist, she must use her gift to help her new friends survive another deadly encounter with the deranged Mimi.
Wavering Accommodator
48. Wavering Accommodator
September 4, 2007
Bookman and Lenalee trace the dwindling water supply back to a terrified fortune teller whose crystal ball might be an Innocence fragment.
The Crystal Girl
47. The Crystal Girl
August 28, 2007
Allen and his friends arrive at a village stricken by a mysterious water shortage. Their investigation leads them to a fortune teller who recognizes Lenalee from a disturbing vision.
Illusions in the Snow
46. Illusions in the Snow
August 21, 2007
Seeking a guide to lead them through a treacherous mountain pass, Allen and Krory stumble into a devious trap. Soon they will be visited by visions of the past.
Strange Mansion
45. Strange Mansion
August 14, 2007
General Tiedoll enjoys painting the beautiful scenery he encounters, but Kanda is eager for action. Perhaps an Akuma outbreak at an unusual castle will satisfy both of their needs.
Iron Fan Maid
44. Iron Fan Maid
August 7, 2007
Lenalee's condition worsens, and Lavi knows he must get her to Bookman for immediate treatment; however, his daring rescue of a damsel in distress might cost him his Innocence.
The Wandering Stone Statue
43. The Wandering Stone Statue
July 31, 2007
Krory and Allen's attempted rendezvous with Lavi and Lenalee is derailed by their investigation of a walking statue. Is it Innocence at work or just another trap?
The Black Cat's Traps
42. The Black Cat's Traps
July 24, 2007
Lulu Bell dons a disarming disguise and leads Krory into a desert ambush, setting into motion her devious plan to divide and conquer Allen and his comrades.
A New Assassin
41. A New Assassin
July 17, 2007
Stranded on a rain-drenched night, Allen and his friends are lured into a trap by a black cat, but a growling stomach may prove to be their saving grace.
Requiem Rose
40. Requiem Rose
 
Lavi and Krory are sent to protect Allen and Lenalee as they continue to look for Gen. Cross. Their search is interrupted by an Akuma attack.
Silent Coffins
39. Silent Coffins
June 17, 2007
The Black Order suppresses the Akuma forces at Barcelona, but many are lost in battle. As Allen and Lenalee set off to find General Cross, Tiedoll searches for new recruits.
Froi Tiedoll
38. Froi Tiedoll
June 26, 2007
Swarms of Akuma track Gen. Tiedoll to Barcelona, and Allen and Lenalee race toward the besieged city in a fleeting attempt to save their comrades.
Charity Bell
37. Charity Bell
June 19, 2007
Gen. Tiedoll may hold the key to locating the Heart of Innocence, so it's urgent that the Black Order find him before the Millennium Earl's henchmen.
Shroud of Darkness
36. Shroud of Darkness
June 12, 2007
The Millennium Earl gathers the Clan of Noah for a chaotic and violent breakfast, and exorcists everywhere fight for their lives.
Exorcist Clad in Wind
35. Exorcist Clad in Wind
June 5, 2007
Suman Dark is an exorcist with incredible powers, but at the dawn of an important mission, he exhibits a chilling disdain for a group of children hunted by wolves.
The Village Where a Witch Lives: Part 2
34. The Village Where a Witch Lives: Part 2
May 29, 2007
When the people of an isolated village begin to believe the whispers about a witch haunting the streets, Kanda finds himself outnumbered by Akuma.
The Village Where a Witch Lives, Part 1
33. The Village Where a Witch Lives, Part 1
May 22, 2007
A mysterious piece of correspondence concerning General Cross's whereabouts prompts Kanda to steal away on a secret mission, but his rogue agenda is quickly abandoned to investigate reports of witchcraft.
Mysterious Ghost Ship
32. Mysterious Ghost Ship
May 15, 2007
Allen infiltrates a gang of pirates. When the group drifts into dangerous waters, the exorcist puts his life on the line to save his new friends.
D. Gray Man: Lost Miranda
31. D. Gray Man: Lost Miranda
July 29, 2010
Evil stalks Miranda as she travels to Black Order headquarters. With only her precious clock as a traveling companion, she must rely on the kindness of strangers to reach her destination.
D. Gray Man: The One Who Sells Souls, Part 2
30. D. Gray Man: The One Who Sells Souls, Part 2
July 29, 2010
Allen and Lenalee suspect that a hospital director has cast his lot with the Millennium Earl. In order to confirm their suspicions, Lenalee goes undercover as a nurse.
The One Who Sells Souls, Part 1
29. The One Who Sells Souls, Part 1
April 24, 2007
Lenalee and Allen visit a seemingly quiet village where the exorcist and his master once spent happier days. They find no sign of General Cross - only a disturbing amount of funerals.
D. Gray Man: Exorcist Krory
28. D. Gray Man: Exorcist Krory
July 29, 2010
Seeking the Heart of Innocence, the Clan of Noah savagely hunts down Black Order generals. Meanwhile, Krory prepares to embark upon his first solo mission.
My Mentor, General Cross
27. My Mentor, General Cross
April 10, 2007
The Millennium Earl summons the Clan of Noah, and the past comes back to haunt Allen when he and Lenalee are assigned to protect General Cross.
Description

Meet Allen Walker (Japanese: Sanae Kobayashi/English: Todd Haberkorn)--a 15-year-old boy with a gentle demeanor and unusual snow-white hair with a strange scar over his eye. Allen is an Exorcist--a being who can destroy 'Akuma', demonic creatures that can take the form of humans and walk among them unnoticed. Unique even for Exorcists, however, is Allen's ability to see through an Akuma's deception with his scarred eye.

The common enemy to all Exorcists, the one who stands atop the army of Akuma, is the Millenium Earl (Japanese: Junpei Takiguchi/English: Jason Liebrecht). A mysterious being, he directs the Akuma that exist and creates more Akuma to replace those that are destroyed--all in a great effort to destroy humanity.

The only way to fight these creatures is through weapons created with a rare material called 'Innocence'. For Allen, who was born with a rare parasitic Innocence that deformed his left arm, his arm is his weapon and can transform into a monstrous clawed appendage. For other Exorcists, such weapons can be as varied as a clock, a pair of boots, or a common sword.

D. Gray Man is filled with fast-paced action and intense battle scenes mixed with plenty of the supernatural and a slightly gothic artistic direction. While at times light-hearted, the show is overall a more serious shonen with a slightly grim tone and mature elements. Expect a healthy volume of drama, a constantly growing cast of enemies and allies, and a slowly unraveling overall plot.

D. Gray man is a shonen genre anime--adopted frm the manga of the same name by Katsura Hoshino. The TV series was produced by TMS Entertainment, Aniplex, Dentsu, and TV Tokyo; directed by Osamu Nabeshima; and adopted to English by Funimation Entertainment in the USA. The music for the show was composed by Kaoru Wada. The completed series is two seasons and 103 episodes long.D. Gray-Man is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on October 3, 2006.

Where to Watch D. Gray-Man

D. Gray-Man is available for streaming on the FUNimation website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch D. Gray-Man on demand at Amazon, Hulu and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 3, 2006
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (3,871)