D.Gray-man Filler List and Order to Watch

D.Gray-man is an anime that has 116 episodes divided into 5 seasons, with 25 filler episodeS, the anime adapted up to chapter 208 of the manga (it has 248 chapters, being published).

  • Rating: 4.4/5 ( votes).
  • Creator: Katsura Hoshino
  • Magazine: Weekly Shōnen Jump
  • Editorial: Shueisha
  • Published (manga): May 31, 2004 – present
  • Studio: TMS Entertainment
  • Director: Osamu Nabeshima
  • Music: Kaoru Wada
  • Premiere (anime): October 3, 2006 – September 30, 2008
Score MAL: 8.0/10 284,213 votes.
IMDb Rating: 7.7/10 4,502 votes.

Experiencing the loss of a loved one is an incredibly agonizing ordeal, prompting individuals to yearn for the ability to bring them back to life—an emotional vulnerability cunningly exploited by the mysterious Millennium Earl. In the creation of his mechanical weapons known as "Akuma," he harnesses the souls of the departed, drawing them back to a realm of existence. Once ensnared within an Akuma, a soul becomes imprisoned indefinitely, with the sole means of salvation being the extraction through employment of the Anti-Akuma weapon, "Innocence."

Having undergone three years of training under General Cross, Allen Walker is dispatched to the Black Order—a collective of individuals dedicated to combating Akuma and the Millennium Earl—to assume the role of an official Exorcist. Empowered with an arm functioning as his Innocence and a cursed eye enabling him to perceive the tormented souls residing within an Akuma, Allen, alongside his fellow Exorcists, must thwart the Millennium Earl's grand scheme. This sinister plot holds the potential to bring about the world's demise, necessitating the Exorcists' intervention to prevent such catastrophic consequences.

D.Gray-man Filler Episodes List

In this list I will mark you the filler episodes of D.Gray-man (if it had them), the extra material of the anime, either ovas or movies will be located in Chronological Order, and finally I will mention in which chapter of the manga the anime ends or in which chapter of the manga to start reading after the anime.

Season 1 (2006–07)

The openings they cover are DINNOCENT SORROW (1-25) and Brightdown (26) and the endings are SNOW KISS (1-13), Pride of Tomorrow (14-25) and Yume no Tsuduki He (26).

  • 01. "The Boy Who Hunts Akuma"
  • 02. "The Black Order"
  • 03. "The Ghost Of Marter"
  • 04. "Aria of the Land and the Night Sky"
  • 05. "Sing Me a Lullaby"
  • 06. "Those Who Call Out Calamity"
  • 07. "The Tombstone of Memories"
  • 08. "The Destruction Of The Black Order!?"
  • 09. "The Rewinding Town"
  • 10. "The Misfortunate Woman's Innocence"
  • 11. "Miranda Lotto's Feelings"
  • 12. "And Then Snow Fell In The Town..."
  • 13. "Coat And Resolution"
  • 14. "The Leaf Of Revival" *Filler
  • 15. "he End of the Snowstorm" *Filler
  • 16. "Swordsman of Millenium" *Filler
  • 17. "The Pride of Swordsmen" *Filler
  • 18. "Lenalee's Love" *Filler
  • 19. "Vampire of the Old Castle"
  • 20. "Do Your Best Mr. Exorcist"
  • 21. "Krory, Attack"
  • 22. "Eliade's Truth"
  • 23. "The Vampire I Loved"
  • 24. "Krory's Journey"
  • 25. "Field Marshal's Chain" *Filler
  • 26. "Beginning to the End"

Season 2 (2007)

The opening it covers is Brightdown (27-51) and the endings are Yume no Tsuduki He (27-38), Antoinette Blue (39-51).

  • 27. "My Master, General Cross" *Filler
  • 28. "Exorcist Krory"
  • 29. "The Person Who Sells Souls (Part 1)" *Filler
  • 30. "The Person Who Sells Souls (Part 2)" *Filler
  • 31. "Miranda's Lost Child" *Filler
  • 32. "Mysterious Ghost Ship" *Filler
  • 33. "The Village Where the Witch Lives (Part 1)" *Filler
  • 34. "The Village Where the Witch Lives (Part 2)" *Filler
  • 35. "The Exorcist Who Probably Will Wait for the Wind" *Filler
  • 36. "Chapter of Darkness" *Filler
  • 37. "The Neighborhood Bell ~Charity Bell~"
  • 38. "Froi Tiedoll"
  • 39. "Silent Casket"
  • 40. "Rose of the Repose of Souls"
  • 41. "The New Assassin" *Filler
  • 42 "Black Cat's Trap" *Filler
  • 43. "Wandering Stone Statue" *Filler
  • 44. "The Iron-Fan Maid" *Filler
  • 45. "Mysterious Mansion" *Filler
  • 46. "Silver Illusion" *Filler
  • 47. "Crystal Girl" *Filler
  • 48. "The Trembling Compatible User" *Filler
  • 48. "Lulubell-sama's Bell" *Filler
  • 50. "Wholehearted Feelings" *Filler
  • 51. "Set Sail to the East"

Season 3 (2007–08)

The openings they cover are Doubt & Trust (52-76) and Gekidou (77) and the endings are Anata ga Koko and iru Riyu (52-64), Wish (65-76) and Regret (77).

  • 52. "Attack"
  • 53. "Fallen"
  • 54. "Beginning of the Night's End"
  • 55. "Scream"
  • 56. "Delete"
  • 57. "Disappearance and Reunion"
  • 58. "The Asia Branch"
  • 59. "The Road of an Oath"
  • 60. "Title"
  • 61. "Sinking Darkness"
  • 62. "The Saintly Girl Falls into Darkness"
  • 63. "The Girl of the Ship That Didn't Return"
  • 64. "Message"
  • 65. "Landing"
  • 66. "Disturbance and Impatience"
  • 67. "To Edo"
  • 68. "Silence"
  • 69. "Invasion"
  • 70. "God's Clown"
  • 71. "The Signed Name"
  • 72. "Decisive Battle in the Imperial Capital"
  • 73. "Kanda, Engages in Battle"
  • 74. "Edo's Annihilation"
  • 75. "Clown and Auguste"
  • 76. "Key and Noah's Door"
  • 77. "Skin Bolic Room"

Season 4 (2008)

The opening it covers is Gekidou (78-103) and the endings are Regret (78-90) and Changin (91-103).

  • 78. "Taboo, Three Illusions"
  • 79. "Noah's Memory"
  • 80. "Twin's Trap"
  • 81. "Debt Crisis"
  • 82. "Bad Game"
  • 83. "Jasdevi Enters"
  • 84. "Bloody Krory"
  • 85. "Dark Coloured Rhapsody"
  • 86. "Weak Person"
  • 87. "Critical Point"
  • 88. "Lavi"
  • 89. "The Voice of Darkness"
  • 90. "Black Carnival"
  • 91. "Judgement"
  • 92. "Shadow of the Musician"
  • 93. "Melody"
  • 94. "Homecoming"
  • 95. "The Sheep and the Dog"
  • 96. "Yet the Hands of Time Move Onward"
  • 97. "Headquarters Under Siege"
  • 98. "Strength of a General"
  • 99. "Noah of Lust"
  • 100. "Level 4"
  • 101. "To God, Who I Hate So Much"
  • 102. "Words of Promise"
  • 103. "Resounding Through The Lingering Morning"

Season 5 (2016): D.Gray-man Hallow

The opening it covers is Key-Bring it on, my Destiny (1-13) and the ending is Lotus Pain (1-13).

  • 104. (01). "The 14th"
  • 105. (02). "Lonely Boy"
  • 106. (03). "I'll Be Okay After I Wash My Face"
  • 107. (04). "Blood Crusade"
  • 108. (05). "Alma Karma"
  • 109. (06). "Friend"
  • 110. (07). "The Truth about a Sterile Flower"
  • 111. (08). "Awakening"
  • 112. (09). "Little Goodbyes"
  • 113. (10). "Sinner in Despair"
  • 114. (11). "The Hidden One"
  • 115. (12). "My Home"
  • 116. (13). "Walker"

What chapter of the manga is D.Gray-man anime on?

Last Episode Corresponds to: We started reading from:
MANGA

The last episode that aired is 116 (13 of Season 5 'Hallow') corresponding to Chapter 206, 207 (p. 1-5) and 208 (p. 1-20) of the manga, which is where the anime leave off.

MANGA

So if we want to continue the manga after the anime, we must start reading from Chapter 208 (p. 21) of the manga, this corresponds to Volume 23 (contains chapters 206 to 212).

Episode 116 does not adapt chapter 207 (p. 6-17), so I recommend reading these pages.

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