Allen Walker is not your average fifteen-year-old boy - he is an exorcist and a member of the Black Order, an organization charged by the Church with the elimination of Akuma. The Akuma are the minions of The Millenium Earl - an evil demon-like entity intending to cleanse the world by destroying the entire human race in the manner of Noah's great flood. Allen and the other exorcists are special people who are compatible with a substance named Innocence, which allows them to form Anti-Akuma weapons; and as such Exorcists are the only ones capable of fighting the Akuma. Allen and his friends must battle to save humanity from the Akuma and Earl's evil plans.
One of the best stories out there! What starts off as the usual supernatural story of monsters versus humans, takes a sharper turn that dvelves into religious aspects with biblical references to create a true genius. The story is action-packed but the link to the start of humanity and how the fight came about is created throughout. The plot is a real treat with simmering tension developing into full fledged revelation of a bigger secret: one that will shake the world of the adorable Allen Walker. All the charaters in this manga are a masterpiece. Kudos to the mangaka for reinventing the wheel and spinning a web of fiction so compellingly.
On the first glance, D.gray-man looks just like your average shounen manga, which made several people turn away, but afterwards this manga turns into something much deeper and more emotional than a regular shonen. The story is a gradation - It starts like meh, but it gets more and more interesting as you read it, and at current time, I´m dying to read the newest chapter which hasn´t come out yet and will be delayed.The art style starts as outstanding to me. I absolutely loved it to the start of the manga. Unfortunately, recently it decreased, but it´s still more awesome as Naruto´s.About the characters, this part impressed me the most. The main protagonist characters are bishounen with strong personalities. I even liked Lenalee, because unlike most female characters in shonens, she is quite strong. Many of the secondary characters are pretty, too, for example Tyki Mikk.And in overall? This anime got an outstanding score from me. Although it may not impress the first-impression-goes people (except for yaoists, bc the bishies keep them at it.) it is perfect for deep-story-seekers like me.
Story: D. Gray-Man is about an teenage exorcist named Allen Walker in an organization called the "Black Order", killing these creatures called "Akuma", which are machinelike creatures built from a person's hatred in their hearts. These creatures are made by this dude that reminds me of Mary Poppins a little bit ,called The Millanium Earl. Allen and his fellow exorcists have to kick ass and beat The Millanium Earl. I found the concept of the Akuma and the weapons the exorcists use (weapons with these things called innocence) interesting becuase I found them to be original. But unfortunately this series is another one of those "Kill these certain demons" shows. Some of the fights with one Akuma tends to take up one volume sometimes. And I found this really annoying.Art: Is super duper pretty. The only problem I have is some of the fight scenes are really hard to follow.Characters: They are very likable (especially Allen, Lavi, and Lena Lee) But I wish the story was on par with their quality.Overall: If you are a Shonen fan, you will cetainly love this. If you don't like Shonen series or take an interest in them, then I can't recommend it.
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