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Michael Tatum in English. Although he often complains about Komui's behavior, Reever still admires him. He specializes in mathematics, chemistry and language. He is voiced by Chuck Huber in English. He is able to use spells that control the structure of the building because of his great-grandfather's seal and his bloodline. Acting as the director of the branch, he is a cold and very responsible leader; however, he is actually very caring toward others.
He has a stalker -like infatuation on Lenalee, as seen by a folder of photos of her he carries everywhere with him. He also has a close relationship with Fo. Nine years ago, the Chan and Epstein families were forced to participate in the Synthetic Disciple Project, which created Exorcists referred to as Second Exorcists. Due to various unfortunate circumstances, Edgar and Twi are later killed by Alma during his rampage.
Although she is not a human, she often takes on a humanoid form. She shares a strong bond with Bak, but loves to tease him. She can manipulate her form to change her hands into blade-like weapons or to copy someone's appearance. Although she shows a "tough-love" attitude to others, she is a very caring individual.
Nine years ago, she was seen carrying Edgar's body to Twi's after the rampage and was reflecting on Twi's instructions not to protect everyone, as that was what the Research Facility Team wanted. She is voiced by Felecia Angelle in English. This allows them to control it in its weaponized form, the anti-Akuma weapon. Their job includes defeating the Akuma and searching the world for the scattered Innocence.
They receive daily orders from the chief, although they are normally placed under one of the General's command. With Allen joining the Order, there were 19 Exorcists. Since then, 7 have died and 4 have joined, creating a total of 16 living Exorcists.
The Innocence grants each Exorcist a unique, supernatural ability. They are usually categorized into two types of Exorcists, depending on the form their anti-Akuma weapon takes and how they are invoked. An Equipment-type Exorcist controls an Innocence that is "restrained" by a weapon form. Parasite-type Exorcists are a rare type of Exorcists who control the Innocence in an unaltered form with their bodies. When invoked, their weapon usually appears as a human body part, but is actually composed of a different cellular structure.
Parasite-type Exorcists can manipulate their weapon through emotion. Because the Innocence is not physically in contact with its Equipment-type Accommodator, the Exorcist cannot control the weapon as well as a Parasite-type can. However, a Equipment-type Accommodator will live much longer than a Parasite-type as the Innocence's power shortens their lifespan through inhabiting the same body.
There is a new, third type of Exorcist: Lenalee Lee and Yu Kanda are the only known members of this group. In this type, the Innocence takes on a metallic form created from the Exorcist's blood. Although the Innocence can be controlled through emotions like a Parasite-type, no part of the user's body is altered; instead, the Innocence resides in the crystals making up the metallic substance. The Second Exorcists were created nine years ago as part of the Synthetic Disciple Project, forced upon the Chan and Epstein families by Central; they are created by transplanting the brains of deceased Exorcists into new, artificial bodies, in hopes of re-synchronizing the Innocence.
Yu Kanda and Alma Karma are the only successful subjects in this group. The Third Exorcists are fused with dark matter and Alma's cells to become partially Akuma themselves; they gain mutated arms that can absorb and destroy Akuma. They wear distinctive long, cream-colored uniforms and travel the world determining possible locations of shards of Innocence. She is completely enveloped by her Innocence, which seems to be indefinitely invoked.
She is able to "probe" inside an Exorcist's body through tentacles to touch an Innocence and determine its synchronization rate and hidden potential. With the help of Allen and Lenalee, she became determined to be a useful Exorcist, and has become more self-confident and capable; she is still, however, a very nervous and jittery person.
It allows her to stop or reverse time in an area for a short while, causing any object to revert to its original status; however, any damage the object suffered before and during the reversed time will affect the object once the technique is stopped. She is also unable to resurrect the dead, due to the fact that her Innocence cannot erase time. Hoshino found Miranda as a relatable character when writing her due to her pleasure when helping others.
She believes this made her popular at least with the female readers. While initially having black circles in her Miranda's eyes, Hoshino decided to remove them as she becomes an exorcist as she takes a healthier lifetsyle.
She is voiced by Colleen Clinkenbeard in English. His name is based on the similar-sounding name of English occultist Aleister Crowley. He lived in seclusion with a woman he loved named Eliade. He later discovered that she was an Akuma, and after a vicious battle that resulted in him killing her, he fell into a deep despair.
Krory tries to kill himself by irritating his grandfather's carnivorous flowers and trying to get them to eat him. Allen then tells him to become an Exorcist so Eliade would not have needlessly died. He later decides to become an Exorcist, though he continuously thinks of Eliade and mourns her death. Krory has a Parasite-type Innocence that activates with the help of Akuma blood, giving him temporary superhuman strength. His anti-Akuma weapon allows him to break down the poison in the Akuma's blood and control his own blood, and the blood of others to an extent.
This grants him increased strength, speed, and regenerative abilities, as well as the ability to create a mannequin of blood and harden blood on his fingers until they become claw-like, as seen in the battle against Jasdevi in the Noah's Ark.
In the same fashion, he can extract the Akuma's blood virus from those infected with it. He is immune to the poison to an extent, but if he has no strength, it is hard for his Innocence to break down the poison.
Hoshino likes this change of personality as it made the character easier to write. Originally, he was supposed to act more like a real vampire by demanding more Akuma blood but this idea was discarded.
When drawing him, Hoshino pays more attention to his forelock, finding it easy to do it. He is voiced by Eric Vale in English. He comes from the Bookman clan and discards his own name, simply introducing himself as "Bookman".
Bookman also believes a "Bookman" does not put himself on the front line. He allies himself with the Black Order merely to be close to events that must be witnessed and recorded. He is also skilled in Chinese acupuncture healing techniques. He is voiced by R. Bruce Elliott in English. He is very close to Yu Kanda usually calming him down, saying that Kanda had "saved" him. This is later revealed in the flashback to Kanda's memories with Alma Karma: Nevertheless, she wanted him to look trustworthy.
The weapon also allows for offense by forming strings from both of his hands and can be used to capture a victim or even slices them into half. The strings also allowed him to conduct music that paralyzes Akuma and destroys them from inside their body. He is voiced by Ray Gestaut in English. He is voiced by Ian Sinclair in English. He uses his ability to steal treasures from people and museums of Paris under the moniker "Phantom Thief G" in an attempt to help fund the orphanage he lives in.
Using this power, he is able to take possession of an Akuma, and transform into another form after the possession has taken place. While he is possessing the Akuma, he has access to all of its abilities. The spirit of the Innocence, a sentient entity that resides within the jewel of his Innocence, also appears.
The spirit devours the spirit of the possessed Akuma, who has been pushed out of the body. The Innocence's spirit, or "second", takes a form from Timothy's mind and has chosen Timothy's image of his future self.
Only Timothy can see the spirit and the spirit can possess Timothy's body while he is not using it. After an Akuma attack on the orphanage, he joins the Black Order to protect the children and his teacher from the Akuma.
After joining the Black Order, he becomes Klaud Nine's apprentice. Timothy is voiced by Sayuri Yahagi in D. He is voiced by Brittney Karbowski in English. A fan of soccer, his affection and skill for the sport shone through in his fighting style.
As a child, he was the oldest brother of several siblings. Since his parents were merchants, he was often tasked either with helping the shop or watching his brothers and sisters. In spite of loving his family, he craved something more adventurous which was his main reason for deciding to be an Exorcist. Daisya was a student of General Froi Tiedoll who found Daisya in his hometown. Daisya was rebellious and rude as a child and fervently denied all interest in being an Exorcist. After his town was attacked by Akuma and he saw how cool General Tiedoll looked, he decided he would like to try and left home.
Before he left, he used his soccer ball to kick down the doorbell his family used at their shop, saying it was the only thing in that house he was fond of besides his deadbeat father, nagging mother, two annoying brothers, and his crybaby sister. After fighting some Akuma in the city, Daisya ran into Tyki Mikk and provoked him when he felt suspicious about Tyki's identity as a mere human.
Soon after, Tyki destroys Daisya's Innocence and uses Teez to kill him. His body is later seen hung upside down from a lamp post by chains, his arms held out by his sides, so that his body is positioned similar to an upside-down cross.
Upon hearing of his death, General Tiedoll weeps openly and burns a sketch of Daisya's hometown as a tribute.
Tiedoll claims Daisya had a good heart, even though he did use his Charity Bell to break his glasses. A trademark to recognize Daisya would be two teardrop-shaped lines that end at sharp points made with purple makeup below his eyes. When activated, it takes the form of a hollow ball which he can kick around. When the ball goes inside an Akuma's body, it makes a ringing bell-like sound, which destroys the Akuma.
Daisya is voiced by Hiroshi Yanaka in Japanese. He is voiced by Justin Cook in English. Their deaths frighten Suman, who does not want to die; he therefore gives away the locations of his comrades in exchange for his own life. Allen attempts to remove the Innocence from Suman's body, but succeeds too late.
This results in the death of Suman's mind. However, his body is later destroyed by Teez that Tyki Mikk had implanted in his body earlier, in exchange for not killing him.
Suman had a Parasite-type anti-Akuma weapon, which took the form of a gem-like stone near his thumb. He is able to manipulate the wind.
After he dies, his Innocence was brought to the Black Order. They do not take orders from the chief, instead taking orders from the Grand Generals, who are ranked even higher than they are. In the beginning of the series, there were 5 Generals: Every Exorcist is placed under the command of a General. It is a General's job to find and recruit new Exorcists; because of this, each General carries several pieces of Innocence, and they are often away traveling for long periods of time. When the Earl begins his search for the Great Heart of the Innocence, he attacks the Generals, thinking that they are the best candidates to hold the Heart.
This leads to the death of the oldest and most experienced General, Kevin Yeegar. After his death, teams of Exorcists are sent to protect the Generals and bring them back to Headquarters.
Eventually, Tiedoll and Cross return to Headquarters. After Cross Marian is seemingly killed by the Apocryphos, he is no longer the accommodator for his Innocence, and subsequently, a General has disappeared. Four years before the storyline and after receiving his orders, ceased communication with the Black Order until recently, where he is shown to have infiltrated the Noah's Ark.
Campbell , the exiled 14th member of the Noah Family who the Earl wishes to have back. During the Third Exorcists insurrection story arc , Nea's consciousness begins superseding Allen's body. Now hunted by the Black Order, the Noah Family, and a humanoid Innocence called Apocryphos , Allen goes into hiding as he searches for a way to end Nea's resurrection.
Production[ edit ] Manga author Katsura Hoshino incorporated several elements of her one-shot title, Zone, into D. Gray-man was sent to Shueisha by manga author Katsura Hoshino on a nonspecified date. She had mixed feelings about writing the series, since she had been offered other jobs such as developing video games. However, Shueisha liked the draft and the staff asked Hoshino to go ahead with the series believing it would be popular in She had originally intended to write a story about zombies, but was discouraged by her editor T-shi and decided to abandon the idea during the third chapter.
Asked about her inspiration for writing about the supernatural , Hoshino said that she feared it after seeing the film, The Exorcist. Although the horror film frightened her, it inspired the author to design the manga's Akuma.
After conceiving the Ark's role in the series, Hoshino decided to write a song when Allen is rebuilding it through a piano. She requested help from her editor, a university graduate, but decided to use her own lyrics. She blamed it on her own ego. Gray-man first appeared in Hoshino's one-shot title, Zone, in which the Akuma, the exorcists, and the Millennium Earl plan to end the world.
Although Allen Walker is male, his character is based on Zone's female protagonist. Hoshino visited cemeteries, and was deeply impressed by her guides' comments at Ground zero of the World Trade Center left after the September 11 attacks. She said that she would like to spend more time in New York to gather data for the series. Gray-man, Hoshino considered continuing to use the name Zone and also contemplated naming the series Dolls or Black Noah.
Gray-man" for its several meanings, most referring to the state of Allen and the other main characters. In Hoshino's original drafts, Kanda's past had a number of plot holes. A rewritten, published version had a young Kanda walking along a path surrounded by dead people who had cared for him. Due to its violence, the image was replaced with one in which Kanda learns that Alma Karma had killed them all. When the chapters were collected into a volume, Hoshino added a small chapter which included the corpses.
Gray-man being her first series. She faced difficulties with the initial weekly serialization of the manga resulted in multiple changes due to the how the storyboards changed across this period. Following Hoshino's change to a threemestral serialization, she uses digital from the storyboard stage. In bringing this style, she looked after manga author Tite Kubo , famous for writing Bleach , who uses a similar style.
This allowed her to make more details to her illustrations and made character's faces more unique. The story arc involving Alma Karma, featuring several characters, was difficult for the author; as a result, the next arc in which Allen leaves the Black Order contained fewer characters per chapter due to its different format.
Tiedoll was voiced by Takaya Hashi in Japanese. Michael Tatum in English. Charles Bolton respectively in English. As he was not an Exorcist then, he could not kill the Akuma, which led to a massacre of all his students.
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