D.Gray-man, Vol. 1

D.Gray-man, Vol. 1

Set in a fictional end of the 19th century England, it's the story of Allen Walker, a 15-year-old boy who roams the Earth in search of Innocence. Washed away to unknown parts of the world after The Great Flood, Innocence is the mysterious substance used to create weapons that obliterate demons known as akuma.

A born exorcist, Walker's primary anti-akuma weapon is the cross that's embossed on his red and disfigured left hand, which contains Innocence. But not only does Walker destroy akuma, he sees the akuma hiding inside a person's soul! Together with his fellow exorcists fighting under the command of the Black Order, Walker leads the battle against the Millennium Earl, the evil being out to destroy mankind.

Title:D.Gray-man, Vol. 1
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781421506234
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    D.Gray-man, Vol. 1 Reviews

  • Magdalen

    The plot? Interesting.The drawings? Pretty good. The characters? Great! The story is dark, mysterious and gothic may I add. I have watched some of the anime though never quite from the beginning till ...

  • Natalia

    This was pretty good. I definitely enjoyed "D.Gray-man" waaay more than I thought I would....

  • Caroline  (A Reader From Venus)

    I'll fully review this later but damn, it was good....

  • John Egbert

    Note: This is half a review of the whole series...so it is very confusing at times...incredibly confusing and I don't stop to explain myself, not once, so continue at your own peril. In fact, no, don'...

  • Kogiopsis

    Confession: I have a lot of problems with manga as a medium. It's actually surprising to me when I genuinely get into a manga series, because there are so many obstacles: I find the panels often confu...

  • Zoe

    D.Gray-Man (the author has said that the title has nothing to do with the series - it was picked because it sounded cool) is one of the strangest manga's that I've encountered thus far. It's sort of a...

  • Megan

    Allen Walker is a fifteen year old boy, whose left arm can transform into a weapon. The weapon is a monstrous claw of sorts. It is meant to destroy Akuma. Akuma are machine like monsters that were cre...

  • Mehsi

    Ah yes, I still love this series, I know I saw about 50 episodes of it long time ago, and also read some volumes of the manga, but I never finished. This was just so good. Happy to see Allen again. I ...

  • Emma Adams

    Sooo...this is probably my all-time favourite manga series. Where to start? Well, the story follows Allen Walker, an Exorcist - one of those chosen by a divine substance called Innocence to fight agai...

  • Bradley

    I think this series was incredibly popular while I was in high school. Late to the show. Popular in my day? It could run popular now. The enemies, called Akuma, are literally a physical manifestatio...