Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Claymore Filler List and Chronological Order

Claymore , is a manga created by the mangaka  Norihiro Yagi,  beginning to be published from  May 2001  through the Gekkan Shōnen Jump, Shōnen Jump and Jump Square magazine  by the publisher Shūeisha , with a total of 27 volumes, culminating the publication on October 4, 2014. The anime adaptation began airing on April 3, 2007 on the NTV  television network  and was in charge of the Madhouse studio , under the direction of Hiroyuki Tanaka , with 26 episodes, the last episode being broadcast. on September 25, 2007. For its bloody content and nude scenes, it was censored in some countries.

This series was licensed by Madman Entertainment (Australia) , Funimation  (Canada & the United States) , Crunchyroll  (Latin America) .

Claymore Filler List and Chronological Order

The series takes place on a fictional medieval island where humans are plagued by Yoma (妖魔), humanoid shape changers that feed on humans. A mysterious group, known as The Organization, creates human-Yoma hybrids to kill Yoma for a fee. These warriors wear armored uniforms. They are referred to by the public as "Claymores", alluding to their Claymore swords, or "Silver-eyed Witches" because of their silver eyes. Warriors Yoma and Claymore they are also powered by a demonic energy, Yoki, which allows them to change shape and extreme strength. When the warriors use too much Yoki, they "wake up", becoming a super-Yoma called an awakened being. The act of awakening is compared to the feeling of sexual climax, which is why in the meantime male and female warriors existed in the past, only women proved to be successful female warriors, and therefore the creation of Male Claymores stopped entirely .

The island world is divided into 47 districts, with a warrior assigned to each. The Claymore WarriorsNo. 1-47 are ranked according to their baseline Yoki potential, strength, agility, intelligence, detection, and leadership. A warrior's rank rises and falls according to the warrior's strength relative to other warriors. It is not clear if the strength of the warriors comes from training / experience or if the potential lies within the warriors themselves.

Filler episodes to skip in Claymore

The following Claymore filler list will show you which episodes or chapters are filler in the series, this means episodes that are exclusively from the anime and were not adapted based on the manga. With this guide you will be able to skip or avoid Claymore filler episodes and thus enjoy this anime without filler. It should be noted that both the ovas, specials and movies (if the anime had these) will be located in chronological order, this for you to better enjoy on the Netflix, Hulu, Funimation or Crunchyroll platforms. And if you finish the anime, I will mention in which chapter of the manga or where to start the manga after the anime, this to keep in mind, how far is the Claymore manga


The opening opening is  Raison D´etre (1-26)  and the ending is  Danzai no Hana ~ Guilty Sky ~ (1-26) .

  • 01. "Great Sword"
  • 02. "The Black Card"
  • 03. "The Darkness in Paradise"
  • 04. "Clare's Awakening"
  • 05. "Teresa of the Faint Smile"
  • 06. "Teresa and Clare"
  • 07. "Marked for Death"
  • 08. "Awakening"
  • 09. "Those Who Rend Asunder (Part 1)"
  • 10. "Those Who Rend Asunder (Part 2)"
  • 11. "Those Who Rend Asunder (Part 3)"
  • 12. "The Endless Gravestones (Part 1)"
  • 13. "The Endless Gravestones (Part 2)"
  • 14. "Qualified to Fight"
  • 15. "The Witch's Maw (Part 1)"
  • 16. "The Witch's Maw (Part 2)"
  • 17. "The Witch's Maw (Part 3)"
  • 18. "The Carnage in the North (Part 1)"
  • 19. "The Carnage in the North (Part 2)"
  • 20. "The Carnage in the North (Part 3)"
  • 21. "Invasion of Pieta (Part 1)" * Filler (*)
  • 22. "Invasion of Pieta (Part 2)" * Filler (*)
  • 23. "Critical Point (Part 1)" * Filler (*)
  • 24. "Critical Point (Part 2)"  * Filler  (**)
  • 25. "For Whose Sake"  * Filler (**)
  • 26. "To the Successors"  * Filler (**)

What chapter of the manga is Claymore anime on?

Manga compared to the anime:»Where to start the manga?
The last episode that was emitted is the 12th of Season 1 that corresponds to Chapter 54 (pags. 26-30), 55 and 56 of the manga "Claymore".
(*) Episodes 21, 22 and 23 coincide with the events of the manga, but they begin to have variations. (These episodes correspond to chapters 57 to 59 of the manga)
(**) Episodes 24, 25 and 26 deviate completely from the manga taking a totally original ending.

So if we want to start the manga after the anime, we start reading from Chapter 57 of the manga, which corresponds to Volume 10 (contains chapters 52 to 57).