D.Gray-man

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D.Gray-Man
ディー・グレイマン
(D.Gray-man)
Demographic Shōnen
Genre Action, Comedy, Adventure, Horror, Gothic fiction, Steampunk
Manga
Authored by Katsura Hoshino
Publisher Flag of Japan Jump Comics
Flag of United States Flag of Canada VIZ Media
Flag of France Flag of Spain Glenat
Flag of Germany Tokyopop
Flag of Italy Panini Comics
Flag of Republic of China TongLi Comics
Serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump
Original run May 31 2004 – Ongoing
No. of volumes Flag of Japan 11 (as of May 2007)
Flag of United States 5 (as of May 2007)
Flag of France 5 (as of June 2007)
Flag of Italy 8 (as of February 2007)
Flag of Germany 8 (as of June 2007)
Flag of Spain 3 (as of July 2007)
Flag of Republic of China 10 (as of April 2007)
TV anime
Directed by Osamu Nabeshima
Studio TMS Entertainment
Network Flag of Japan TV Tokyo
Original run October 3 2006 – Ongoing
No. of episodes 103

D.Gray-man (ディー・グレイマン Dī Gureiman) is a manga series by Katsura Hoshino. It is a Gothic-fiction manga first serialized in 2004 in Weekly Shōnen Jump. It is an ongoing series and is currently up to 126 chapters. There is also a novel series called Reverse that tells the characters' backgrounds. As of May 1, 2007, VIZ Media has released the first five volumes in the United States. An anime version began airing on October 3, 2006 in Japan, but has yet to be seen in North America.

Many characters and their designs were from some of Katsura Hoshino's previous works and drafts, such as Zone, Book-man, and Continue, and her assistants. Earlier titles considered for the manga were Dolls, Chronoa, and Zone.

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