The following are {{Trivia}}l facts relating to Manga/DeadmanWonderland.
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* ActorAllusion:
** For Tsunenaga Tamaki: FourEyesZeroSoul? check. Experimenting on people? Check. [[VideoGame/BlazBlue Relius]] [[Creator/JunichiSuwabe Clover]], anyone?
** Exclusive to the English dub, Nagi Kengamine , he performs [[BlackButler Sebastian]]'s bow in episode 7. Another instance of CastingGag in the dub.
** Also exclusive to the English dub, Genkaku's an AxCrazy PsychoForHire under duties to kill superpowered people kept inside a prison and is voiced by Creator/JasonDouglas, who also voiced [[Manga/ElfenLied another such character]].
* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: While the series tanked so hard in Japan that ratings data wasn't even released for it, the series has enjoyed a respectable amount of fame in America thanks to the recently revived {{Creator/Toonami}} picking up the show, with Creator/VizMedia picking up the manga rights after {{Creator/Tokyopop}} stopped translating it [[AuthorExistenceFailure due to them going bankrupt]].
* HeyItsThatVoice:
** Exclusive to the Japanese dub, for Rokuro Bundo, [[Anime/CodeGeass he does NOT like having his calculations destroyed.]]
** For [[Manga/AxisPowersHetalia America]], he's gone insane.
** For Genkaku, his English voice is done by [[Creator/JasonDouglas the same guy who voices Claude Faust]] from ''Manga/BlackButler''. This becomes hilarious when you realize that his love interest is voiced by the guy that plays Sebastian Michaelis from the same series.
* [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes Keep Circulating The Manga]]: Not many people knew about the manga when it came out, and due to poor sales, was canceled after five volumes when {{Tokyopop}} restructured, which canon-wise is roughly the same time the anime wrapped up. Unfortunate, considering that when the revived ''{{Toonami}}'' showcased the anime upon its re-launch, interest in the series soared, forcing those wanting to see what happens next to resort to scanlations.
** NetworkToTheRescue: VizMedia [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-07-07/viz-media-adds-deadman-wonderland-gangsta-manga has picked up the manga]] and has begun publishing new English translations from the beginning as of February 2014. Let the rejoicing begin!
* NamesTheSame: Mockingbird's voice actor. No, that's not THE RyanReynolds.
* PlayingAgainstType: LeahClark as the [[ClusterFBomb foul-mouthed]] CuteAndPsycho Minatsuki in the dub.
** Everyone is hilariously coarse in the English dub, including many voice actors who typically don't stray into that area.
** Creator/EricVale as Tamaki is a partial example. While Eric is no stranger to the SmugSnake roles - [[Manga/FullmetalAlchemist Kimblee]] and [[Manga/YuYuHakusho Sakyou]] come to mind - he's still better-known for playing heroic roles, like [[Anime/DragonBallZ Trunks]], [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia America]], and [[Manga/OnePiece Sanji]].
* SeriesHiatus: The manga underwent one in 2012, due to the author's pregnancy.
* SleeperHit: ''Deadman'' did not do very well in its original Japanese run, and Creator/{{FUNimation}} picked it up for a cheap buck. When it was announced that Creator/AdultSwim would be reviving Creator/{{Toonami}} as an anime-only block for late-night TV on Saturdays, Creator/{{FUNimation}} and Williams Street struck a deal to give ''Deadman'' a premiere-only run, airing episodes 1 through 12 as a promotion for the DVD release. While the first week's episodes weren't anything special, by week two the series ratings began to '''rival''' those of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'', with later episodes breaking a million viewers.
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