D. Gray-man: Season 1 S.A.V.E.
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Interview with original character designer, Umino
Interview with the director, Kamiyama
Cast interviews with Kimura (Takizawa) and Hayami (Saki
Textless closing song
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Allen Walker is a strange young boy with a deformed hand, who has the power to stop the akuma (enslaved human souls under the control of the evil Millennium Earl).
And after a disastrous encounter with an akuma at a cop's house, Allen makes his way to the Exorcist Headquarters to introduce himself as their latest member. But things don't go very smoothly -- he's mistaken for a spy, the exorcists are weirdos, and the place is governed by mad genius Komui and eerie Hevlaska. But Allen finds out just what "Innocence" is, and why the exorcists are racing to find it.
And his first missions aren't any less stressful. Allen encounters a boy determined to fight the akuma, accompanies antisocial swordsman Kanda to a haunted city, a town stuck in "Groundhog Day" (except for the pitiful Miranda Lotto), a mysterious snowstorm, a deadly swordsman, a strange vampiric noble, berserker robots, and a strange group of humans called the Noah -- who have allied themselves with the Millennium Earl.
Cyborg demons, cross-embedded magic arms, virus-filled biobullets, giant glowing worms with collagen lips, vampires, and a mountain fortress filled with eccentric exorcists out to save the world from a grinning, rotund demon who looks like a Blue Meanie and may (or may not) have rabbit ears. Yup, "D.Read more ›
D. Gray-man is a great series. It has has action, comedy, and drama. The animation, voice acting, and soundtrack are all pretty good. This series keeps the viewer interested with plot twists, and the introduction of great new characters. I can't find anything not to like about this series. This doesn't have anything to do with season 1, but the anime is unfinished. After the 2nd season the show just stops. I really enjoyed watching this series and it bugs the heck outta me when they just cut it off like they did with this one. They only released 51 episodes, but I think there are actually 103 out there. If you know any news of new D. Gray-man releases I'd appreciate it if you could leave me a comment on it. Anyway, this is a great series and is well worth watching.
This series is a dark fantasy series, with humor put into it, but the horror part of the anime isn't drawn with a lot of blood and gore. (I'm not a fan of a lot of gore and blood, as there it's pointless element.) The characters are wonderful (My all time favorite is Lavi) and the story builds up to something big, also it flows the manga pretty well. Yes, the starting episodes are a bit slow, but it's explaining a lot of important details for the series.
On a note, don't hate the series for a small detail, like the fact Allen doesn't have an English accent even though he's British. Todd does a nice job voicing Allen. The cast just does a wonderful job all over for this series.
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The same as if you'd buy one at regular price. Completely functional.Published 5 months ago by Anesidora
I don't like Allen's voice actor. I LOVE Todd Haberkorn, but he wasn't who I expected to play Allen. In fact, I kind of don't like any of thevoice actor selections. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Hannah
I love anime, so this is a bonus for me. Excellent characters.Published 6 months ago by Janet M. Kromwell
Came on time along with my other order.
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The series is great and full of supernatural elements and wonders that keeps you eager to see what awaits around the corner as the main characters continue their search for the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Melissa Shrewsberry