D.Gray-man, Vol. #6
A horde of akuma is closing in on Allen, but instead of attacking him they mysteriously head right for another exorcist, Suman Dark! His tragic story and the secret of his unique Innocence are revealed, but in the process Suman's life is threatened. Allen tries his best to save his comrade by putting himself in grave danger!
This was one of the most intense, disturbingly sensual, tragic, and terrifying of the volu ...more
I feel so sorry for Allen - it seems like he always gets the blunt end of the stick. In the animation the progression of this storyline happened over the course of several episodes, but in the manga it happened so quickly.
Again, I am happy that I watched the series before I read it as there were bits here and there that were skipped over quite quickly. So, I think the anime actually took the time to really t ...more
I highly recommend this series so please check it out if you like the drawings or fantasy genre.
WHEN DID THIS STUFF GET SO SERIOUS?
I have to say, I was very impressed with this volume in the D.Gray-Man series. The plot, the action, the characters everything was just wonderfully, addictingly done. And the tone, the atmosphere, the dude-this-shit-is-serious stuff over it all? Amazingly done. All of that fun, light hearted stuff that's been surrounding ...more
Synopsis: The plot revolves around Allen Walker, an Exorcist, in the end of the 19th century Europe. Allen is a member of the Dark Order, a group of Exorcists connected with the Vatican. Their mission is to stop The Millennium Earl, an evil ghoul intending to cleanse the world by destroying all the humans in the manner of Noah's great flood. In the first volume, we get some back story, learn that exorcists kick ass, have a clubhouse, and don't play well with others.
D. Gray-man ...more
So, the anime store near me managed to reopen after the flooding! I am very glad. To celebrate, Haley and I went in and wasted our saved up money. I got this and a poster with Allen, Lavi, Miranda, and Krory. (Clearly, I didn't have all that much money to waste)
But back to business.
The author's interesting additions to the story manage to interest me every volume. The little dude in the card prison, for instance. It's all just... beautiful, really. And ...more
Felbukkan Suman,a Rend egyik ördögűzője.Igazából róla,és a tetteiről szól ez a rész.
Nem igazán kedveltem meg Suman-t.Egyrészt a személye nem volt szimpatikus,más rész elárulta a rendet.
Ezt a saját Innocence meg is bosszulta rajta.Most merült fel bennem,hogy lehet,hogy az Innocence-knek van saját akaratuk.
Mert amikor Allen harcolt Eliade-val,akkor ő elvesztette az eszméletét,de a bal karja ...more
One of the things I love about the series is that all the characters have depth, even the villains. The Noah clan and the Millennium Earl are close as family and have just as many hilarious mom ...more
In this volume you get to know a little more about the Black Order as well as Tyki Mikk. This volume is very emotional to me. Now that I finished it and my D.Gray-Man high is dropping tears are starting to fill my eyes. This is once again a great volume, with great artwork and I'm just as awfully biased.
This was really awesome, maybe I will watch the anime to see how this part will continue, as I want to know what will happen to Allen.
Katsura Hoshino ((星野 桂 Hoshino Katsura) was born on April 21, 1980, in Shiga Prefecture, Japan, as the younger of fraternal twin girls and the second of three children. She drew her first manga at twenty-one. In 1998, Hoshino moved to Tokyo. She dreamed of bringing her mother to the city and was able to in 2006.
She made her debut with her comics in July 2003 with the publication of her first m ...more