History Trivia / DGrayman

21st May '18 7:26:05 PM gjjones
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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime turned out, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories. TMS approached Hoshino to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, but given her disappointment, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaptation did.

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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated felt that she was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime turned out, was so different from her manga, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories. TMS approached Hoshino to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, but given her disappointment, feelings on the first anime, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaptation did.
21st May '18 7:21:11 PM gjjones
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** On a meta example, there were fans that guessed that ''Hallow'' would be part of Creator/Funimation's summer simulcast season, despite not releasing the second half of the 2006 series on home video for five years (because of legal issues between Funimation and Dentsu). Turns out they were right.

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** On a meta example, there were fans that guessed that ''Hallow'' would be part of Creator/Funimation's summer simulcast season, despite not releasing the second half of the 2006 series on home video for five years (because of until the legal issues between Funimation and Dentsu).Dentsu were sorted out. Turns out they were right.
21st May '18 7:19:37 PM gjjones
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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime turned out, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories. TMS approached Hoshino to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, but given her thoughts about the first anime, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaptation did.

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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime turned out, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories. TMS approached Hoshino to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, but given her thoughts about the first anime, disappointment, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaptation did.



** On March 1, 2017, the Japanese home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available for streaming online.

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** On March 1, 2017, the Japanese home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available for streaming online.online and Funimation released them on Blu-ray and DVD in North America.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Creator/{{Aniplex}} was originally going to release ''Hallow'' on Blu-ray and DVD starting in September 2016. Unfortunately, issues with the production quality caused the release to be delayed indefinitely at the beginning of that month. By March 2017, Aniplex cancelled the release.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Creator/{{Aniplex}} was originally going to release ''Hallow'' on Blu-ray and DVD starting in September 2016. Unfortunately, issues with the production quality caused the release to be delayed indefinitely at the beginning of that month. By March 2017, Aniplex cancelled the release. Fortunately, Funimation released the series on Blu-ray and DVD in North America.
10th Mar '18 8:54:44 AM boatman8
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**Then there is the fact that in ''Hallow'' Yutaka Aoyama is voicing two characters. It might be related to the latest manga reveal though.
28th Feb '18 3:45:44 PM gjjones
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** On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available for streaming online.

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** On March 1, 2017, the Japanese home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available for streaming online.
28th Feb '18 3:43:45 PM gjjones
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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime turned out, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories. TMS offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, but given her thoughts about the first anime, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaptation did.

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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime turned out, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories. TMS offered approached Hoshino to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, but given her thoughts about the first anime, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaptation did.
28th Feb '18 3:42:39 PM gjjones
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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she thought that the first anime was so different from the manga, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her story, that she was disappointed with the final product. When TMS offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, Hoshino would initially decline the offer. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaption did.

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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she thought that was flat-out ''disappointed'' with how the first anime was so different from the manga, turned out, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her story, that she was disappointed with the final product. When original stories. TMS offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus, Hoshino would initially decline but given her thoughts about the offer. first anime, she unsurprisingly refused. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to make sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga than the previous adaption adaptation did.
28th Feb '18 3:38:39 PM MarcoPolo250
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** {{Averted}} now in the Japanese version of Hallow, since Allen is now voiced by Creator/AyumuMurase.
* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she thought that the first anime was so different from the manga due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her story that she was disappointed with the final product. TMS initially offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus. Hoshino unsurprisingly declined the offer, but TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to accept their offer. Hoshino served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to help make the series stay closer to her manga and to make up for what TMS had done the first anime.

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** {{Averted}} now in the Japanese version of Hallow, ''Hallow'', since Allen is now voiced by Creator/AyumuMurase.
* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she thought that the first anime was so different from the manga manga, due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her story story, that she was disappointed with the final product. When TMS initially offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus. hiatus, Hoshino unsurprisingly declined would initially decline the offer, but offer. TMS would eventually convince Hoshino to accept their offer. Hoshino reconsider, thus, she served as a supervisor for ''Hallow'' to help make the series stay sure it stayed much closer to the spirit of her manga and to make up for what TMS had done than the first anime.previous adaption did.



** On a meta example, there were fans that guessed that the 2016 series would be part of Creator/FUNimation's summer simulcast season, despite not releasing the series for five years because of legal issues between them and Dentsu. Turns out they were right.
*** And there were also people thinking that licensing the 2016 series would lead to [=FUNimation=] licensing the second half of the 2006 series. On June 30, 2016, [=FUNimation=] announced that they acquired the rest of the 2006 ''D. Gray Man'' series.

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** On a meta example, there were fans that guessed that the 2016 series ''Hallow'' would be part of Creator/FUNimation's Creator/Funimation's summer simulcast season, despite not releasing the second half of the 2006 series on home video for five years because (because of legal issues between them Funimation and Dentsu.Dentsu). Turns out they were right.
*** And there There were also people thinking that licensing the 2016 series ''Hallow'' for simulcast would lead to [=FUNimation=] Funimation licensing the second half of the 2006 series. On June 30, 2016, [=FUNimation=] the company announced that they acquired just that; the rest second half of the 2006 ''D. Gray Man'' series.series would eventually be released to home video starting October 10, 2017.



** On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available online.
* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in North America since 2011 due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers legal issues with Dentsu]]. It would take ''five years'' for [=FUNimation=] to finally license episodes 52-103 in 2016, along with the 2016 continuation, ''Hallow'', once the legal issues were sorted out.
* OldShame: Katsura Hoshino lamented that TMS Entertainment would never be able to adapt it into an anime again after the first season. Hoshino would eventually become the supervisor for ''Hallow'' at the insistence of TMS after she repeatedly declined their offers to adapt ''D. Gray-Man'' into an anime again.

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** On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available for streaming online.
* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series This was originally not released in North America since 2011 the case with the second half of the 2006 series, due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers legal issues with Dentsu]]. It would take ''five years'' for [=FUNimation=] said legal issues to be sorted out before Funimation was finally able to license episodes 52-103 in 2016, along with the 2016 continuation, ''Hallow'', once the legal issues were sorted out.
52-103.
* OldShame: Katsura Hoshino lamented that TMS Entertainment would never be able to adapt it the series into an anime again after the first season. Hoshino again, at least not until she would eventually become the supervisor for ''Hallow'' at the insistence of TMS after she repeatedly declined their offers to adapt ''D. Gray-Man'' into an anime again.insistence.



* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Eventually {{subverted|Trope}}. Creator/{{Funimation}} began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America after releasing the first 51 episodes. However, the release got locked away in 2011 thanks to Dentsu asking [=Funimation=] for more money than the company was willing to afford. In June 2016, [=Funimation=] announced that it had licensed ''Hallow'' as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, as well as the second half of the 2006 series a week later.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Aniplex was originally going to release ''Hallow'' on Blu-ray and DVD starting in September 2016. Unfortunately, issues with the production quality caused the release to be delayed indefinitely at the beginning of that momth. By March 2017, Aniplex cancelled the release.
* {{Uncanceled}}: The series got a sequel almost a decade after the original ended.
** The English release was haulted after 51 episodes were released in 2009-2010 due to legal issues with Dentsu, only for [=FUNimation=] to finally license 52-103 in 2016 along with ''Hallow'' after those issues were resolved.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Eventually {{subverted|Trope}}. Creator/{{Funimation}} Funimation began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes second half of the 2006 series in North America after releasing the first 51 episodes. However, the release got was locked away in 2011 thanks to Dentsu asking [=Funimation=] Funimation for more money than the company was willing to afford. In June 2016, [=Funimation=] announced that it had licensed ''Hallow'' as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, as well as the second half of the 2006 series a week later.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Aniplex Creator/{{Aniplex}} was originally going to release ''Hallow'' on Blu-ray and DVD starting in September 2016. Unfortunately, issues with the production quality caused the release to be delayed indefinitely at the beginning of that momth.month. By March 2017, Aniplex cancelled the release.
* {{Uncanceled}}: The first anime series got a sequel almost a decade after the original ended.
** The After fifty-one episodes of the original anime series were released between 2009-2010, the North American English release was haulted after 51 episodes were released in 2009-2010 due came to a halt because of legal issues with Dentsu, only for [=FUNimation=] to finally license 52-103 Dentsu. Funimation would eventually continue their release of the series in 2016 along with ''Hallow'' 2016, after those issues were resolved.
18th Aug '17 6:25:37 AM Cieloazul
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* IKnewIt: [[spoiler: The Earl has horns]]. Doubly so for those who read ''Zone'', the oneshot that provided the inspiration for the entire series.

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* IKnewIt: [[spoiler: The Earl has [[spoiler:has horns]]. Doubly so for those who read ''Zone'', the oneshot that provided the inspiration for the entire series. Also that he [[spoiler:is not his true form.]]



* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available online.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: KeepCirculatingTheTapes:
** Only half of the first anime series was broadcasted in Spain, and none of it was ever released in DVD or tape. According to interviews, the entire series was dubbed, but the second half of it never left the company archives and it is unknown if it will ever do.
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On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances. Fortunately, the episodes are available online.



** Lavi was originally intended to be main character for the series called "BOOK-MAN", a project which never reached beyond the planning stages. Still, the author wanted to use him and Bookman so they made it into ''D.Gray-man'' as side characters instead.

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** Lavi was originally intended to be main character for the a series called "BOOK-MAN", a project which never reached beyond the planning stages. Still, the author wanted to use him and Bookman so they made it into ''D.Gray-man'' as side characters instead.
26th Apr '17 12:35:55 AM gjjones
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Aniplex was originally going to release ''Hallow'' on Blu-ray and DVD starting in September 2016. Unfortunately, delays in production quality caused the release to be delayed indefinitely. By March 2017, Aniplex cancelled the release.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: Aniplex was originally going to release ''Hallow'' on Blu-ray and DVD starting in September 2016. Unfortunately, delays in issues with the production quality caused the release to be delayed indefinitely.indefinitely at the beginning of that momth. By March 2017, Aniplex cancelled the release.
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