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D.Gray-man ( ディー・グレイマン Dī Gureiman), is a Japanese anime series based on the shounen manga of the same name written and illustrated by Katsura Hoshino. It was produced by TMS Entertainment and ran on TV Tokyo from October 3, 2006 to September 30, 2008, lasting for over 103 episodes. A sequel series titled D.Gray-man Hallow aired from July to September, 2016.

The first 51 episodes of the series was released in North America on DVD by FUNimation Entertainment between March 31, 2009 and January 5, 2010. Due to rights issues, the second half of the series would not be dubbed and released until October 10, 2017.

Synopsis

Losing a loved one is so painful that one may sometimes wish to be able to resurrect them—a weakness that the enigmatic Millennium Earl exploits. To make his mechanical weapons known as "Akuma," he uses the souls of the dead that are called back. Once a soul is placed in an Akuma, it is trapped forever, and the only way to save them is to exorcise them from their vessel using the Anti-Akuma weapon, "Innocence."

After spending three years as the disciple of General Cross, Allen Walker is sent to the Black Order—an organization comprised of those willing to fight Akuma and the Millennium Earl—to become an official Exorcist. With an arm as his Innocence and a cursed eye that can see the suffering souls within an Akuma, it's up to Allen and his fellow Exorcists to stop the Millennium Earl's ultimate plot: one that can lead to the destruction of the world.

Cast

Character Seiyū Dub Actor
Main Characters
Allen Walker Sanae Kobayashi Todd Haberkorn
Luci Christian
(young)
Lenalee Lee Shizuka Itō Luci Christian
Yu Kanda Takahiro Sakurai Travis Willingham
(eps. 2-51)
Ian Sinclair
(eps. 53-103)
Lavi Kenichi Suzumura Jason Liebrecht
Chris Patton
(eps. 27-28)
The Black Order
Bookman Takeshi Aono R. Bruce Elliott
Miranda Lotto Megumi Toyoguchi Colleen Clinkenbeard
Arystar Krory III Mitsuo Iwata Eric Vale
Noise Marie Kiyoyuki Yanada Ray Gestaut
Daisya Barry Hiroshi Yanaka Justin Cook
Hevlaska Yūko Kaida Wendy Powell
Suman Dark Hozumi Gōda Robert McCollum
Chaozii Han Mamoru Miyano Ian Sinclair (ep. 51)
Cris George
Marian Unit
Cross Marian Hiroki Tōchi Christopher Sabat
Froi Tiedoll Takaya Hashi Jerry Russell
(eps. 37-51)
Jeremy Schwartz
(eps. 73-103)
Klaud Nine Masako Katsuki Mikaela Krantz
Winters Socalo Norio Wakamoto Jarrod Greene
Kevin Yeegar Kiyoshi Kawakubo Bill Jenkins
European Branch
Komui Lee Katsuyuki Konishi J. Michael Tatum
Reever Wenhamm Ryōtarō Okiayu Chuck Huber
Jake Russell Mitsuaki Hoshino Kent Williams
Johnny Gill Tomohiro Tsuboi Christopher Bevins
Tup Dopp Kan Tanaka Christopher Sabat
Jerry Takuma Suzuki Bryan Massey
Maosa Han Hiroki Shimowada Tyson Rinehart
Kie Shogo Matsui Micah Solusod
Devon Takayuki Sugō Chris Patton
Thierry Masanori Takeda Robert McCollum
Number 65 Isshin Chiba Chris Cason
Asian Branch
Bak Chang Shinichirō Miki Ricco Fajardo
Sammo Han Wong Hidekatsu Shibata Garret Schenck
Fo Miina Tominaga Felecia Angelle
Rohfa Maaya Sakamoto Jeannie Tirado
Rikei Jun Fukuyama Clay Wheeler
Shifu Hiro Shimono Derick Snow
Other Members
Lenny Epstein Yasuyuki Kase Chris Cason
Anita Minami Takayama Pam Dougherty
Mahoja Takako Honda Clarine Harp
Toma Kōichi Sakaguchi Mike McFarland
Buzz Yoshinori Sonobe Bob Carter
Goz Kazuya Nakai Jerry Jewell
Jean Russell Yūko Sanpei Laura Bailey
Vatican
Malcolm C. Rouvelier Ryūsuke Ōbayashi Sean Hennigan
Howard Link Daisuke Kishio Aaron Roberts
Noah Family
Millennium Earl Junpei Takiguchi Jason Liebrecht
Todd Haberkorn
(eps. 29-36)
Road Camelot Ai Shimizu Cherami Leigh
Tyki Mikk Toshiyuki Morikawa Brad Hawkins
Skin Boric Kenta Miyake Sonny Strait
Greg Carson
(eps. 78-79)
Devit Mitsuki Saiga Zach Bolton
Jasdero Shōtarō Morikubo Joel McDonald
Lero Shizuka Itō Monica Rial
Lulu Bell Arisa Ogasawara
Mimi Atsuko Enomoto Kate Oxley
Pierrot Hidenari Ugaki Vic Mignogna
Cell Roron Mitsuaki Madono Chad Ford
Eshi Ryūsei Nakao Ian Ferguson
Ice Takashi Nagasako Tyler Walker
Other Characters
Mana Walker Fumihiko Tachiki Mark Stoddard
Mother Hisako Kyōda Julie Mayfield
Barba Tomoyuki Shimura Chris Rager
Chomesuke Kaori Nazuka Monica Rial
Lala Hōko Kuwashima Caitlin Glass
Guzol Mitsuru Ogata Barry Yandell
Noriko Shitaya
(young)
Brina Palencia
(young)
Moa Hesse Satsuki Yukino Leah Clark
Liza Saeko Chiba Jamie Marchi
Elda Marina Inoue Laura Bailey
Eliade Maya Okamoto Brina Palencia
Mei-Ling Yui Horie Carrie Savage
Claudia Sardini Akemi Okamura Caitlin Glass
Vittorio Masaki Terasoma John Gremillion
Fan Risa Mizuno Sarah Wiedenheft
Klack Satoshi Gotō Jerry Jewell
Narration Fumihiko Tachiki Mark Stoddard

Episodic Characters

Character Seiyū Dub Actor Episode
Marc Tokuyoshi Kawashima Robert McCollum 1
Claire Yuri Amano Jamie Marchi
Charles Masafumi Kimura Charles Campbell
Captain Shigenori Sōya Bill Jenkins
Lieutenant Keiichi Sonobe Mark Stoddard
Frey Hidetoshi Nakamura Bill Flynn 14-15
Paletti Shunsuke Takamiya Bradley Campbell 16
Pedro Katsumi Chō Charles Campbell 16-17
Dodge Daisuke Namikawa Michael Sinterniklaas 18
Verne Tomoyuki Kono Christopher Sabat 26
Narain Miyu Irino Aaron Dismuke 27
Miena Yuki Matsuoka Mary Morgan
Robert Atsushi Kisaichi Ian Sinclair 29-30
Richard Tetsu Inada Sonny Strait 29
Sarah Ai Uchikawa Cynthia Cranz
Gary Hisayoshi Suganuma Barry Yandell 31
Isabella Yūko Kobayashi Clarine Harp
Anne Junko Shimeno Caitlin Glass
Arch Junko Minagawa Leah Clark 32
Bob Takahiro Mizushima Jean-Luc Hester
Chitta Takayuki Yamaguchi Laura Bailey
Dan Yumiko Kobayashi Kate Oxley
Eric Sachi Kokuryu Chris Burnett
Sofia Ayako Kawasumi Brittney Karbowski 33-34
Angela
Sofia's Father Osamu Kobayashi Christopher Ayres
Franca Yōko Matsuoka Stephanie Wulfe 35
Jessica Chika Sakamoto Laura Bailey
Tellima Orie Kimoto Trina Nishimura 38
Giscone Kenji Utsumi Michael Mayes 38-39
Selim Yūji Ueda Derek Stephen Prince 43
Alphonse Clouse Naoki Bandō Vic Mignogna 45
Yang Hiroshi Tsuchida Jason Douglas 51
Jamie Dark Risa Mizuno Jill Harris 55
Priest Yūji Fujishiro John Swasey 79

Additional Voices

Notes

  • Jason Liebrecht's roles were briefly recast after being injured in a motorcycle accident, with Chris Patton taking over as Lavi and Todd Haberkorn taking over as Millennium Earl.
  • Due to the 7 year time gap between the dubs of first and second seasons of the series, various cast members are replaced.
  • Leah Clark was mistakenly credited for voicing Claire when in fact Jamie Marchi provided her voice, it's fixed in the credits on episode 40 (appearing in the flashback).
  • Charles Campbell mistakenly credited as voicing Mana when in fact Mark Stoddard voiced him in every episode were the character appears.
  • Derek Stephen Prince first non-LA dub.

Transmission

Date(s) Channel Country
2010-2012 FUNimation Channel United States United States

Video Releases

Distributor Year Format Contents Region Country
FUNimation Entertainment 2009-2010 DVD.jpg Episodes 1-51 1
NTSC
United States United States
4 Volumes
2010 BD Episodes 1-26 A
DVB-T
2 Volumes
2010-2011 DVD.jpg Episodes 1-51 1
NTSC
2 Volumes
2017-2018 Episodes 52-103
4 Volumes

See Also

  • D.Gray-Man: Hallow

External Links

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