History Trivia / DGrayman

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.
3rd Feb '17 11:24:39 PM gjjones
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* 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 when Dentsu asked [=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.

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* 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 when thanks to Dentsu asked 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.
8th Jan '17 5:44:22 PM gjjones
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** 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 having touched the series since 2011. Turns out they were right.

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** 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 having touched releasing the series since 2011.for five years because of legal issues between them and Dentsu. Turns out they were right.



* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in North America since 2011 due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers legal issues with Dentsu and TMS]]. 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: 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 declining their offers to adapt ''D. Gray-Man'' into an anime again.

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* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in North America since 2011 due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers legal issues with Dentsu and TMS]].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: 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 declining declined their offers to adapt ''D. Gray-Man'' into an anime again.



* 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 when Dentsu and TMS Entertainment, the Japanese licensors, asked [=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.

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* 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 when Dentsu and TMS Entertainment, the Japanese licensors, asked [=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.



** The English release was haulted after 51 episodes were released in 2009-2010, only for [=FUNimation=] to finally license 52-103 in 2016 along with ''Hallow''.

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** The English release was haulted after 51 episodes were released in 2009-2010, 2009-2010 due to legal issues with Dentsu, only for [=FUNimation=] to finally license 52-103 in 2016 along with ''Hallow''.''Hallow'' after those issues were resolved.
6th Dec '16 3:04:56 PM 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 understandably refused, 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: 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 understandably refused, 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.



* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Eventually {{subverted|Trope}}. [=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 when Dentsu and TMS Entertainment, the Japanese licensors, asked [=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.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Eventually {{subverted|Trope}}. [=FUNimation=] 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 when Dentsu and TMS Entertainment, the Japanese licensors, asked [=FUNimation=] [=Funimation=] for more money than the company was willing to afford. In June 2016, [=FUNimation=] [=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.
19th Nov '16 2:35:58 AM gjjones
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* CreatorBacklash: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino said that she absolutely ''resented'' the first anime series and called it a DisownedAdaptation 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 refused, 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: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino said admitted that she absolutely ''resented'' the first season of the anime series and called it was a DisownedAdaptation mess due to TMS Entertainment changing several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences.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 understandably refused, 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.



* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in North America since 2011 due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers legal issues with Dentsu and TMS]]. It would take ''five years'' for [=FUNimation=] to finally license episodes 52-103 in 2016, along with the 2016 continuation, ''Hallow''.

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* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in North America since 2011 due to [[ScrewedByTheLawyers legal issues with Dentsu and TMS]]. It would take ''five years'' for [=FUNimation=] to finally license episodes 52-103 in 2016, along with the 2016 continuation, ''Hallow''.''Hallow'', once the legal issues were sorted out.
11th Nov '16 4:42:53 PM gjjones
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* CreatorBacklash: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino said that she absolutely ''hated'' the first anime series due to its changing of several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences, saying that it was a DisownedAdaptation. TMS Entertainment initially offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus. Hoshino unsurprisingly refused, 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: During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino said that she absolutely ''hated'' ''resented'' the first anime series and called it a DisownedAdaptation due to its TMS Entertainment changing of several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences, saying that it was a DisownedAdaptation. sequences. TMS Entertainment initially offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus. Hoshino unsurprisingly refused, 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.



* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Eventually {{subverted|Trope}}. [=FUNimation=] began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America after they released the first 51 episodes. However, those plans got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu and TMS Entertainment, the Japanese licensors, asked [=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.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Eventually {{subverted|Trope}}. [=FUNimation=] began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America after they released releasing the first 51 episodes. However, those plans the release got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu and TMS Entertainment, the Japanese licensors, asked [=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.
3rd Nov '16 11:40:31 AM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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** Hallow's dub has Creator/IanSinclair taking over for Creator/TravisWillingham as Kanda due to the latter moving to Los Angeles. Froi will also need replacing should he appear, as his original actor Jerry Russell died a few years before Funimation picked up the rest of the series.

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** Hallow's dub has Creator/IanSinclair taking over for Creator/TravisWillingham as Kanda due to the latter being mostly in union-only projects after moving to Los Angeles. Froi will also need replacing should he appear, as his original actor Jerry Russell died a few years before Funimation picked up the rest of the series.
1st Nov '16 2:43:04 PM gjjones
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* CreatorBacklash: Combined with DisownedAdaptation. During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino said that she absolutely ''hated'' the first anime series due to its changing of several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences. TMS Entertainment initially offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus. Hoshino unsurprisingly refused, 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: Combined with DisownedAdaptation. During a 2016 interview for ''Hallow'', Katsura Hoshino said that she absolutely ''hated'' the first anime series due to its changing of several elements of her original manga and addition of filler sequences.sequences, saying that it was a DisownedAdaptation. TMS Entertainment initially offered to produce ''Hallow'' and release it with the manga after its hiatus. Hoshino unsurprisingly refused, 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.
25th Oct '16 3:33:02 PM 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, but would eventually become the supervisor for ''Hallow'' at the insistence of TMS.

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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, but again. Hoshino would eventually become the supervisor for ''Hallow'' at the insistence of TMS.TMS after she repeatedly declining their offers to adapt ''D. Gray-Man'' into an anime again.
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