Allen Walker

Allen Walker is the fictional protagonist of the manga series D.Gray-man, which was created by Japanese artist and writer Katsura Hoshino.wikipedia
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Allen Walker is the fictional protagonist of the manga series D.Gray-man, which was created by Japanese artist and writer Katsura Hoshino.
Set in an alternate 19th century, it tells the story of a young Allen Walker, who joins an organization of exorcists named the Black Order.

Sanae Kobayashi

The manga was adapted for television as an anime series in which Allen was voiced by Sanae Kobayashi.
Some of her major roles are Akira Toya in Hikaru no Go, Lucy/Nyu in Elfen Lied, Asuka Tenjouin in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Allen Walker in D.Gray-man, Chris Thorndyke in Sonic X, Natsumi Raimon in Inazuma Eleven, and Satsuki Kitaoji in Strawberry 100%.

Millennium Earl

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Allen's Innocence initially assumes the form of a gigantic left arm and evolves to give him new abilities, which he uses to fight the Millennium Earl—who created an army of Akuma to destroy the world—and his superhuman followers the Noah Family.
The Earl takes an interest in the protagonist: young exorcist Allen Walker, who is connected to the Noah.

Todd Haberkorn

In the English adaptation of the anime series, Allen was voiced by Todd Haberkorn.
Since then, he has voiced characters such as Yamato Akitsuki in Suzuka, Kimihiro Watanuki in xxxHolic, Tsukune Aono in Rosario + Vampire, Death the Kid in Soul Eater, Allen Walker in D.Gray-man, Hikaru Hitachiin in Ouran High School Host Club, Italy in Hetalia: Axis Powers and Natsu Dragneel in Fairy Tail.

D.Gray-man Hallow

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The voices were recast for the 2016 anime television series D.Gray-man Hallow, in which Ayumu Murase replaced Kobayashi.
Produced by TMS Entertainment and 8PAN, and directed by Yoshiharu Ashino, it acts as a sequel to the previous D.Gray-man anime series and follows a young Exorcist named Allen Walker from the Black Order which are in charge of destroying weapons, known as Akuma, using objects known as "Innocence".

Ayumu Murase

The voices were recast for the 2016 anime television series D.Gray-man Hallow, in which Ayumu Murase replaced Kobayashi.

List of D.Gray-man characters

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Allen's Innocence initially assumes the form of a gigantic left arm and evolves to give him new abilities, which he uses to fight the Millennium Earl—who created an army of Akuma to destroy the world—and his superhuman followers the Noah Family.
The series' main character is Allen Walker, a young Exorcist who trained under Exorcist General Cross Marian and is sent to officially join the Black Order.

Yu Kanda

By the tenth volume, she said the character was more difficult to draw than Yu Kanda.
He often engages in fights with his frequent ally, the series' protagonist Allen Walker.

Katsura Hoshino

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Allen Walker is the fictional protagonist of the manga series D.Gray-man, which was created by Japanese artist and writer Katsura Hoshino.
The main antagonist of Zone, known simply as the Millennium Earl, retains his appearance and name in D.Gray-man while the features of the female protagonist were changed to create the more masculine appearance of D.Gray-mans male protagonist Allen Walker.

Lenalee Lee

Lenalee
Hoshino was pleased with her portrayal of Allen's valediction to comrade Lenalee Lee because it connotes the character's maturation.
Lenalee was one of the first characters Hoshino created for the manga, most notably before the series' protagonist, Allen Walker.

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He is a playable or support character in the crossover fighting games Jump Super Stars, Jump Ultimate Stars and J-Stars Victory Vs, which pit Weekly Shōnen Jump characters against each other.

Jump Ultimate Stars

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He is a playable or support character in the crossover fighting games Jump Super Stars, Jump Ultimate Stars and J-Stars Victory Vs, which pit Weekly Shōnen Jump characters against each other.

Pierrot

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Eventually, Hoshino was inspired to draw Allen's real Innocence—the Crowned Clown—which is based on the Italian Pierrot.

J-Stars Victory VS

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He is a playable or support character in the crossover fighting games Jump Super Stars, Jump Ultimate Stars and J-Stars Victory Vs, which pit Weekly Shōnen Jump characters against each other.

Protagonist

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Allen Walker is the fictional protagonist of the manga series D.Gray-man, which was created by Japanese artist and writer Katsura Hoshino.

Manga

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Allen Walker is the fictional protagonist of the manga series D.Gray-man, which was created by Japanese artist and writer Katsura Hoshino.

Characterization

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Hoshino based Allen's characterization on Robin, the shorter-haired female protagonist of the one-shot comic Zone.

One-shot (comics)

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Hoshino based Allen's characterization on Robin, the shorter-haired female protagonist of the one-shot comic Zone.

Pentagram

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Hoshino gave Allen a calm demeanor in contrast with her typical rambunctious, rude characters; and to make him look intimidating she gave Allen a pentagram-shaped scar.

Anime

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The manga was adapted for television as an anime series in which Allen was voiced by Sanae Kobayashi.

Shōnen manga

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His characterization has been praised; critics said his calm demeanor and mysterious origin are atypical of a shōnen protagonist.

Cosplay

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Merchandise featuring Allen's likeness, including plush dolls, figurines, clothing and cosplay pieces, has been offered.

Light novel

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In addition to the character's appearances in the anime series D.Gray-man and its sequel D.Gray-man Hallow, he has appeared in three light novels, two video games and several crossover fighting games.

Video game

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In addition to the character's appearances in the anime series D.Gray-man and its sequel D.Gray-man Hallow, he has appeared in three light novels, two video games and several crossover fighting games.

Fighting game

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In addition to the character's appearances in the anime series D.Gray-man and its sequel D.Gray-man Hallow, he has appeared in three light novels, two video games and several crossover fighting games.