History Trivia / DGrayman

24th Aug '16 9:39:54 AM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Creator/ToddHaberkorn, also the director, knew about the Black Order members being British, and contemplated putting those accents on them. He decided against it because the test recordings made Allen sound harsher and less appealing, and their natural accents would be easier on the actors (this was when they had initially planned to dub the show to the end, like a long-runner).

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Creator/ToddHaberkorn, also the director, director of the first half of the 2006 series, knew about the Black Order members being British, and contemplated putting those accents on them. He decided against it because the test recordings made Allen sound harsher and less appealing, and their natural accents would be easier on the actors (this was when they had initially planned to dub the show to the end, like a long-runner).
21st Aug '16 10:07:16 AM MHUltimate2015DW
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* RoleReprisal: In the English Dub, virtually everyone from the 2006 series reprised their roles for D.Gray-Man Hallow.

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* RoleReprisal: In the English Dub, virtually everyone from (rom the 2006 series reprised their roles for D.Gray-Man Hallow.Hallow with a couple exceptions above.
6th Aug '16 6:12:41 PM gjjones
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: [=FUNimation=] began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America, but it got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked [=FUNimation=] for more money than the company was willing to afford. But then came June 2016, when [=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: [=FUNimation=] began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America, but it America after they released the first 51 episodes. However, those plans got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked [=FUNimation=] for more money than the company was willing to afford. But then came June 2016, when [=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 Aug '16 10:16:33 AM gjjones
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** Hallow's dub has Creator/IanSinclair taking over for Creator/TravisWillingham as Kanda. Froi will also need replacing should he appear, as his original actor had died a few years before Funi picked up the rest of the series.

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** Hallow's dub has Creator/IanSinclair taking over for Creator/TravisWillingham as Kanda. Froi will also need replacing should he appear, as his original actor had Jerry Russell died a few years before Funi picked up the rest of the series.
3rd Aug '16 10:15:21 AM gjjones
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*** And there were also people thinking that licensing the 2016 series would lead to Creator/FUNimation licensing the second half of the 2006 series. On June 30th 2016, FUNimation announced that they acquired the rest of the 2006 ''D. Gray Man'' series.
* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in the USA since 2011. It would take 5 years for FUNimation to finally license episodes 52-103 in 2016, along with the 2016 continuation, ''Hallow''.

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*** And there were also people thinking that licensing the 2016 series would lead to Creator/FUNimation [=FUNimation=] licensing the second half of the 2006 series. On June 30th 30, 2016, FUNimation [=FUNimation=] announced that they acquired the rest of the 2006 ''D. Gray Man'' series.
* NoExportForYou: Episodes 52-103 of the 2006 series was originally not released in the USA since 2011. It would take 5 years for FUNimation [=FUNimation=] to finally license episodes 52-103 in 2016, along with the 2016 continuation, ''Hallow''.



* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Creator/FUNimation had plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America, but it got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation for more money than the company was willing to pay. But then came June 2016, when Creator/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: Creator/FUNimation had [=FUNimation=] began arranging plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series in North America, but it got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation [=FUNimation=] for more money than the company was willing to pay. afford. But then came June 2016, when Creator/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.
3rd Aug '16 9:19:59 AM PikaHikariKT
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* TheOtherDarrin: In the 2016 series, most of the cast have new voices.

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* TheOtherDarrin: In the 2016 series, most of the Japanese cast have new voices.


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** Hallow's dub has Creator/IanSinclair taking over for Creator/TravisWillingham as Kanda. Froi will also need replacing should he appear, as his original actor had died a few years before Funi picked up the rest of the series.
30th Jul '16 2:54:08 AM MHUltimate2015DW
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* RoleReprisal: In the English Dub, virtually everyone from the 2006 series reprised their roles for D.Gray-Man Hallow.
28th Jul '16 1:05:55 PM gjjones
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Creator/FUNimation had plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series, but it was scrapped in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation for more money than the company was willing to pay. But then came June 2016, when Creator/FUNimation announced that it had licensed the 2016 series, 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: Creator/FUNimation had plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series, series in North America, but it was scrapped got locked away in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation for more money than the company was willing to pay. But then came June 2016, when Creator/FUNimation announced that it had licensed the 2016 series, Hallow, ''Hallow'' as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, as well as the second half of the 2006 series a week later.
28th Jul '16 1:02:25 PM gjjones
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Creator/FUNimation had plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series, but it was scrapped in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation for more money than the company was willing to pay. Five years later, Creator/FUNimation licensed the 2016 series, Hallow, as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, along with licensing the second half of the series a week later on June 30, 2016.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Creator/FUNimation had plans to release the remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series, but it was scrapped in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation for more money than the company was willing to pay. Five years later, But then came June 2016, when Creator/FUNimation announced that it had licensed the 2016 series, Hallow, as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, along with licensing as well as the second half of the 2006 series a week later on June 30, 2016.later.
28th Jul '16 1:00:42 PM gjjones
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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Creator/FUNimation originally licensed episodes 1-51 of the 2006 series and released them between 2009 and 2010 in North America. However, in 2011, plans to release the second half of the 2006 series were scrapped when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked for more money than FUNimation was willing to pay for it to be released. Five years later, Creator/FUNimation licensed the 2016 series, Hallow, as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, along with licensing the second half of the series a week later on June 30, 2016.
* TalkingToHimself: Lavi has the same [[Creator/JasonLiebrecht English voice actor]] as the Millennium Earl. When he was injured in a motorcycle accident, [[Creator/ToddHaberkorn Allen's voice actor]] temporarily filled in for Earl during his appearances in episodes 27-39 while [[Creator/ChrisPatton a different voice actor]] filled in for Lavi.

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* ScrewedByTheLawyers: Creator/FUNimation originally licensed episodes 1-51 of the 2006 series and released them between 2009 and 2010 in North America. However, in 2011, had plans to release the second half remaining 52 episodes of the 2006 series were series, but it was scrapped in 2011 when Dentsu, the Japanese licensor, asked Creator/FUNimation for more money than FUNimation the company was willing to pay for it to be released.pay. Five years later, Creator/FUNimation licensed the 2016 series, Hallow, as part of the 2016 Summer Simulcast season, along with licensing the second half of the series a week later on June 30, 2016.
* TalkingToHimself: Lavi has the same [[Creator/JasonLiebrecht English voice actor]] as the Millennium Earl. When he was injured in due to a motorcycle accident, [[Creator/ToddHaberkorn Allen's voice actor]] temporarily filled in for Earl during his appearances in episodes 27-39 while [[Creator/ChrisPatton a different voice actor]] filled in for Lavi.
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