History Trivia / DGrayman

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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** 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.
26th Apr '17 12:34:01 AM 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 her manga due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories 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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* DisownedAdaptation: In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino stated that she thought that the first anime was so different from her the manga due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original stories 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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* 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.
24th Apr '17 1:23:42 AM gjjones
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* DisownedAdaptation: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino admitted that the first season of the anime was a mess due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences. 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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* DisownedAdaptation: During In a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino admitted stated that she thought that the first season of the anime was a mess so different from her manga due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences.stories 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.
15th Apr '17 12:41:30 AM gjjones
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances, so the only way to watch the series for now would be streaming websites like Hulu.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances, so circumstances. Fortunately, the only way to watch the series for now would be streaming websites like Hulu.episodes are available online.
15th Apr '17 12:39:00 AM gjjones
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: On March 1, 2017, the home media release of ''Hallow'' was cancelled due to various circumstances, so the only way to watch the series for now would be streaming websites like Hulu.
3rd Apr '17 9:06:14 AM gjjones
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* OldShame: The first anime adaptation became this for Katsura Hoshino. She lamented that TMS Entertainment would never be able to adapt it into an anime again. 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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* OldShame: The first anime adaptation became this for Katsura Hoshino. She Hoshino lamented that TMS Entertainment would never be able to adapt it into an anime again.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.
3rd Apr '17 5:37:03 AM illyricus
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** {{Averted}} now in the Japanese version of Hallow, since Allen is now voiced by Creator/AyumuMurase.
19th Mar '17 6:09:58 PM creader
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* TheWikiRule: Has a wiki [[http://dgrayman.wikia.com/wiki/D.Gray-man_Encyclopedia here]].
4th Mar '17 7:03:10 AM gjjones
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* CreatorBacklash: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino admitted that the first season of the anime was a mess due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences, and it became a DisownedAdaptation for her. 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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* CreatorBacklash: DisownedAdaptation: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino admitted that the first season of the anime was a mess due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences, and it became a DisownedAdaptation for her.sequences. 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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