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Delete:A horde of akuma is closing in on Allen, but instead of attacking him they mysteriously head right for another exorcist, Suman Dark! His tragic story and the secret of his unique Innocence are revealed, but in the process Suman's life is threatened. Allen tries his best to save his comrade by putting himself in grave danger!...

Title : D.Gray-man, Vol. #6
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ISBN : 9781421510545
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 187 Pages
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D.Gray-man, Vol. #6 Reviews

  • Ella
    2018-10-05 00:06

    This volume made me cry. And the end shocked me, can't wait to see where the story goes from here.

  • Feather Mista
    2018-09-26 19:11

    Sigue la tragicomedia del pobre Allen y sus masacrados amigos. El dibujo sigue mejorando de a puchitos y el guion amague entre volverse un dramón con masacres por doquier y terminar como un shonen más, con todo lo bueno y, sobre todo malo que eso conlleva. Pongo más o menos la misma review para los tomos 6 y 7 porque los leí de corridos y siguen con la misma trama, creo...

  • Laury Plum
    2018-10-02 23:10

    I'm definitely in love with Tyki. No regrets.

  • Veronica Morfi
    2018-10-11 21:06

    That pretty much sums this volume up.

  • Eva Domínguez
    2018-10-10 17:58

    OMG!! \\(O_O)//

  • Leigh Louise
    2018-09-24 17:07

    This section of the storyline was sad in the animation and it was sad in the book series.I feel so sorry for Allen - it seems like he always gets the blunt end of the stick. In the animation the progression of this storyline happened over the course of several episodes, but in the manga it happened so quickly.Again, I am happy that I watched the series before I read it as there were bits here and there that were skipped over quite quickly. So, I think the anime actually took the time to really tell the story so it all made sense. I'm interested to see how fast or slow Allen's recovery will be now that we're nearing him coming back to life and receiving "Crown Clown" (why they picked this name I have no clue).Looking forward to reading the next installment.

  • April
    2018-09-28 16:55

    omg noo allen

  • Michelle *The Bookish Hobbit*
    2018-10-04 19:19

    The only flaw is that the action panels are quite busy, and while it's easy to get the overall gist, it is still a wee bit confusing. Otherwise...amazing!!!

  • Kereesa
    2018-09-18 00:24

    An epic battle at sea, visions of a dead one, and Allen's gone missing, the sixth volume of D.Gray-Man packs a punch and leaves you wondering:WHEN DID THIS STUFF GET SO SERIOUS?I have to say, I was very impressed with this volume in the D.Gray-Man series. The plot, the action, the characters everything was just wonderfully, addictingly done. And the tone, the atmosphere, the dude-this-shit-is-serious stuff over it all? Amazingly done. All of that fun, light hearted stuff that's been surrounding D.Gray-Man from the beginning has really transformed from that first volume until we come to this end of the world feeling you get in this volume. And strangely enough, while I loved the simple hilarity and giggly moments I got in the first few volumes of D.Gray-Man, I have to admit I love this serious tone even more. I love the growth Hoshino has show us in her artstyle and her writing throughout this series, and I am so amazed how quickly these characters have gotten a hold of my heart, and are now keeping me so enthralled and panicky about their well-being. So the plot was very intriguing in this one, epic battles, crazy conspiracies, and the some answers to those mysterious scenes we saw a few volumes back and were a bit confused about. Hoshino knows how to play her readers well, and keep us guessing about what's really going on. AND I LOOOOVVVEE IT.Sorry for all the fangirl moments, btw, Shonen's kind of my thing. Like a lot.Anyway, all in all, this sixth volume in the D.Gray-Man series was fantastic addition to the series with great action, character building, and story. 4.5/5

  • Nick
    2018-10-02 19:07

    Overall Rating: B-Synopsis: The plot revolves around Allen Walker, an Exorcist, in the end of the 19th century Europe. Allen is a member of the Dark Order, a group of Exorcists connected with the Vatican. Their mission is to stop The Millennium Earl, an evil ghoul intending to cleanse the world by destroying all the humans in the manner of Noah's great flood. In the first volume, we get some back story, learn that exorcists kick ass, have a clubhouse, and don't play well with others.D. Gray-man is written by Hoshino Katsura, and shows a lot of promise. I knew I was going to like the book when I immediately began considering cosplay options for the main character, Allen Walker. In the world of D. Grayman, apparently there are ghosts, ghouls and more, and the only thing that can fight them is an Exorcist. As mentioned in the synopsis, there is a clubhouse of Exorcists who are pretty much a bunch of pricks, but they have special powers and wear cool outfits. The plot isn't bad, but I didn't feel particularly attached to any of the characters (other than because they looked cool). It also felt a little too clichéd, but I'll probably pick up the second volume to see if I get drawn in any more. They are also apparently making this into an anime, and the art at least looks top notch, so I will give it a shot once it comes stateside.If you're itching for something new to read, check out D. Gray-man, but there is lots of better manga out there, so only check this one out if you've exhausted the obvious choices.For more manga and anime reviews, please check out Hobotaku.

  • Jordan
    2018-09-29 17:03

    Well, Tykki sure turned out to be fun. <3So, the anime store near me managed to reopen after the flooding! I am very glad. To celebrate, Haley and I went in and wasted our saved up money. I got this and a poster with Allen, Lavi, Miranda, and Krory. (Clearly, I didn't have all that much money to waste)But back to business.The author's interesting additions to the story manage to interest me every volume. The little dude in the card prison, for instance. It's all just... beautiful, really. And Allen! Out of the characters like him, he has to be the best. More so than the other protagonists who 'care' about the random side characters, he cares. He really, REALLY cares. He actually cries along with them and sacrifices things for them with the same gusto he would for those traveling with him. It is endearing.The innocence of Allen versus the far-past-sadistic behavior of the Millenium Earl, all in a dark, Victorian, Goth-but-not world. What's not to like...The author's request for the readers not to hate the one guy was interesting. I didn't hate him anyway, but it's nice that they made some sort of evidence that they care :3 I hate when I've put a lot of emotion into reading something, only to find out that the author laughed while writing it or something.The art is quite high quality compared to many manga I've picked up... Lots of detail and shading without clutter, and I love the style. Amazing as always.

  • Scott Lee
    2018-10-10 17:13

    I love the world-building and the basic conceptions of this manga. Considered panel-by-panel I love the art work; it's absolutely beautiful (yes, I know this is general enough to be a bit banal). The protagonist Allen Walker and the black order are fascinating, and the childishness/cartoonishness of the Milenium Earl increasingly creepy. He didn't work for me at all in the beginning, as he looked like a gleeful, kiddie character. But now seeing the juxtaposition between his actions and his appearance lends a dark creepiness to it that really works. All of that said, there are times where the story is really hard for me to follow. Hoshino's visual storytelling could really use some clarification, and unlike most Manga, when this series goes all visual for panels--or worse pages--at a time, I'm left guessing at exactly what happened while the characters were silent.

  • Bbabri
    2018-10-08 19:56

    A hatodik kötet már nekem is meglepetést tartalmazott.Nagyjából eddig láttam az animét.Bár vannak eltérések.Felbukkan Suman,a Rend egyik ördögűzője.Igazából róla,és a tetteiről szól ez a rész.Nem igazán kedveltem meg Suman-t.Egyrészt a személye nem volt szimpatikus,más rész elárulta a rendet.Ezt a saját Innocence meg is bosszulta rajta.Most merült fel bennem,hogy lehet,hogy az Innocence-knek van saját akaratuk.Mert amikor Allen harcolt Eliade-val,akkor ő elvesztette az eszméletét,de a bal karja magától mozgott.Szóval nekem ez egy döbbenetes felfedezés volt.Felbukkan Tyki Mikk is.És megöli Suman-t.Megmutatja Allen-nek az erejét,és úgy ér véget ez a kötet,hogy a keze Allen mellkasába van,és a Gróf által kifejlesztett gólemet rakta Allen-be.Még meg kell jegyeznem hogy Timcanpy igazán kitett magáért.És végül is Tyki Mikk is szimpatikus nekem,hiába Noe.Valahogy ő másabb,mint a többi.

  • Michelle *The Bookish Hobbit*
    2018-10-02 23:02

    This installment left me confused and dissatisfied. The thing about this series is it's very action-based, and that means no/very little dialogue during the action sequences; the action scenes can be really cool, but they can also be confusing. The artwork style sometimes makes it hard to figure out what exactly's going on in the fight scenes, and there are a lot of fight scenes here. I've heard from other reviewers that the action bits can be awesome-confusing, and they're telling the truth.I'm still looking forward to the next installment (which I've just started as I'm writing this), and I still have hope because the series was pretty good for 5 previous books, so I won't let one bad book ruin the series for me. And please bring Kanda back!! Pretty PLEASE?!

  • ◕ ◡ ◕ Mayday ◕ ◡ ◕
    2018-09-26 17:16

    Brings back memory all those years ago when I tried so hard to read its scanlation on internet and how I was knee-deep in DGM fandom, then I got tired with all the messy background and decided to read the manga when it got (if ever) published in Indonesia ;w;spoiler la la la~I tagged this as angst because the part when Suman lost it all was one sad tragedy that I remember all too well. Then the fact that Hoshino seemed to take Suman's reason to betray the order very seriously. Like she was forced to make it that way. "Please don't hate Suman." *sobs*Oh and the last chapter! There are reasons why this pairing exists *coughs*TYKI!! <3

  • Emma Adams
    2018-10-14 16:21

    Possibly the most heartbreaking of all the volumes so far, Volume Six introduces a new enemy in the Fallen One, and the tragic choices of Suman Dark. As well as some epic battles and devastating twists, we get such a jaw-dropping cliffhanger ending that I defy anyone not to want to pick up the next volume!One of the things I love about the series is that all the characters have depth, even the villains. The Noah clan and the Millennium Earl are close as family and have just as many hilarious moments as the Exorcists.

  • Jody Mena
    2018-10-11 23:56

    Wow, angsty volume! Is the Innocence really the power of God, if it kills an accomodater just for having the purely human desire to live on? Poor Suman! And poor Allen, he keeps getting ripped apart and cobbled back together. It must be nice to be that durable! All in all, the art and action are great, and the story is thrilling and dramatic, even if its a little slow at the moment. Great series!

  • Jessica
    2018-09-25 21:14

    Allen is torn from the ship sailing in pursuit of General Cross by a large swarm of akuma flying overhead. Lenalee follows and they find another of the Black Order, but Suman is morphed into what appears to be an akuma as well. Allen and Lenalee attempt to save him, and Allen gets drawn into the battle, only to reach the end and find someone else waiting, someone with orders to kill him.

  • Aileen Angelique
    2018-10-09 00:10

    Continuation on volume 5.In this volume you get to know a little more about the Black Order as well as Tyki Mikk. This volume is very emotional to me. Now that I finished it and my D.Gray-Man high is dropping tears are starting to fill my eyes. This is once again a great volume, with great artwork and I'm just as awfully biased.

  • Katrina Meade
    2018-09-22 22:22

    This was a really hard volume in the series to read because of the tough choices Allen is forced to make, not only for his own safety but for the safety of Suman Dark, Lenalee Lee and his friends on the ship. It also shows his true strength and it caused me to have so much respect for Allen as an Exorcist. Truly a sad volume, but worth every page.

  • Joy
    2018-10-16 18:14

    More of the Suman Dark arc. I like how this highlights some of the major themes of the series (the ambiguous morality of the Exorcists, the costs of being one). The action is hard to follow at times, but the payoff makes muddling through worhtwhile.

  • Batsap
    2018-09-30 22:10

    Eep, what's going on? I didn't enjoy this volume at all. The storyline was dull, the panels were big action ones so it was a very quick read, and the action scenes were often confusing. I don't really like Tyki Mikk either, I don't get a proper sense of his character like I do with everyone else.

  • Jody
    2018-10-17 16:54

    This one not nearly as great as the others! I didn't enjoy this vol at all until pretty much the very end. I enjoyed the Religious allusions in this version with the innocent and disciples and all, but still wasn't impressed with this version!

  • Mehsi
    2018-09-21 22:16

    And this manga volume ends where I also left the anime. :D I don't have volumes 7 to 9, so I will have to get those when I get back from my vacation. This was really awesome, maybe I will watch the anime to see how this part will continue, as I want to know what will happen to Allen.

  • Rena
    2018-10-03 00:13

    Innocence can fall? At least, I think that makes sense in the context that the story uses. Not as crazy about this battle as the rest, but the concept was still pretty neat. I just want Rinali to have more involvement in the next stage.

  • Lilivette
    2018-10-14 00:10

    [screaming]

  • Tasha
    2018-10-05 23:14

    This one was a quick read. Didn't have many of those pesky words in it. Unless FWOOM and KREE count as words.

  • Melek
    2018-09-25 18:12

    WTF? O.O

  • Preston
    2018-09-23 23:08

    This was my favorite volume in the manga series so far, very dark and captivating.

  • Grayman
    2018-10-10 20:17

    Dgrayman is about a boy name ALLEN WALKER and he is a boy that wants to destroy the earth.