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    D.Gray-man is a supernatural fantasy anime series based on the long-running Shonen Jump manga of the same name by Katsura Hoshino.
    The series was produced by TMS Entertainment and ran on Japan's TV Tokyo from October 3, 2006 to September 30, 2008 with 103 episodes. It is licensed by FUNimation in North America, and airs on the FUNimation Channel.
    The manga version began in Weekly Shonen Jump on May 31, 2004. On April 2009, it went on hiatus, and on November 2009, it moved to Jump Square magazine, where it is still running with over 20 volumes. Viz Media is currently publishing the manga in North America.

    Plot

    D.Gray-man follows the adventures of teenage exorcist Allen Walker, whose left arm can transform into a claw that can destroy akuma, evolving machines created by the Millennium Earl to help him kill all humans. As ordered by his master General Cross, Allen becomes an Exorcist, people who can destroy akuma, for the Black Order, an organization attempting to stop the Earl. He becomes a powerful asset for the Order because he can detect disguised akuma with his left eye. Allen is sent to recover pieces of Innocence, a substance that gives the Exorcists the ability to destroy akuma. The Earl decides to call together the Noah Family, superhuman descendants of Noah who can destroy Innocence. Both sides start the search for the Great Heart, the most powerful piece of innocence that will assure victory to the side that finds it.

    Themes

    Opening Themes
    1. Episodes 1-25: "Innocent Sorrow" by Abingdon Boys School
    2. Episodes 26-51: "Brightdown" by Nami Tamaki
    3. Episodes 52-76: "Doubt & Trust" by Access
    4. Episodes 77-103: "Gekid?" by Uverworld
    Ending Themes
    1. Episodes 1-13: "Snow Kiss" by Nirgilis
    2. Episodes 14-25: "Pride of Tomorrow" by June
    3. Episodes 26-38: "To the Continuation of the Dream" by Surface
    4. Episodes 39-51: "Antoinette Blue" by Nana Kitade
    5. Episodes 52-64: "The Reason why You are Here" by Rie Fue
    6. Episodes 65-76: "Wish" by Sowelu
    7. Episodes 77-89: "Regret" by Mai Hoshimura
    8. Episodes 90-103: "Changin'" by Stephanie

    Media

    ===Video Games===
    D.Gray Man spawned two video games.
    The first, D.Gray-Man: Kami no Shitotachi, was released on March 2007 for the Nintendo DS.
    The second, D.Gray-Man: Sousha no Shikaku, was released on September 2008 for the PlayStation 2.
    Neither game have gotten a North American release date as of August 2010.

    Books

    D.Gray-Man got two novels, both written by Kaya Kizaki, with illustrations from Katsura Hoshino.
    It also got two art books. One was showcased art from the manga, the other showcased animation from the anime version.
    None of these books have been released in North America.
    Category:2000s animated series
    Category:Anime TV series
    Category:Action animation
    Category:Shonen Jump series
     

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