List of D.Gray-man chapters

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A white-haired boy with a red hand and a large rotund man with a top hat stand back-to-back as snow falls.
The cover of the first tankōbon released in Japan by Shueisha on October 9, 2004 featuring Allen Walker and the Earl of Millennium.

The chapters of the Japanese manga D.Gray-man are written and illustrated by Katsura Hoshino. They began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump on May 31, 2004 and are currently serialized in Shueisha's monthly Jump Square manga magazine.[1][2] The D.Gray-man manga series follows the adventures of Allen Walker, an Exorcist who uses the power of a divine weapon called "Innocence", and his comrades in the Black Order as they fight against the akuma, demons created from human souls by an ancient sorcerer known as the Earl of Millennium, who plans to destroy all of humanity.

Since its premiere, over two hundred chapters, referred to as "nights", have been released in Japan. The series was put on hiatus twice due to Hoshino falling ill, but the series continued a few weeks after each incident.[3][4] In November 2008, Weekly Shōnen Jump announced that Hoshino was again putting the series on hold, due to an injured wrist.[5][6] Publication resumed on March 9, 2009.[7][8] The series once again went on hiatus starting May 11.[9] One chapter of the series was published in Akamaru Jump in August 2009 as the series transitioned to serialization in Jump Square, starting on November 4, 2009,[2] but went on hiatus again on December 29, 2012. The manga began serialization again on July 17, 2015 in the quarterly published Jump SQ.Crown.[10]

The individual chapters are published in tankōbon by Shueisha. The first volume was released on October 9, 2004, and as of June 3, 2016, twenty-five volumes have been released.[11][12] The manga has been adapted into an anime series by TMS Entertainment and Dentsu, premiering on TV Tokyo on October 3, 2006.[13][14] A sequel, D.Gray-man Hallow, premiered in July 2016.[15]

The manga series has been licensed for an English-language release in North America by Viz Media.[16] Viz released the first collected volume of the series on May 2, 2006, and, as of August 5, 2014, twenty-four volumes have been released.[17][18] Individual chapters of the series are called nights (e.g. "The 32nd Night"), and the volume name is merely a phrase at the top of the back cover.

Volume list[edit]

No. Title Japanese release English release
1 Opening
Opening
October 4, 2004[11]
ISBN 978-4-08-873691-4
May 2, 2006[17]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0623-4
  • 001. "Opening" (オープニング?)
  • 002. "A Full Moon Night" (満月の夜?, "Mangetsu no Yoru")
  • 003. "The Pentacle" (ペンタクル?, "Pentakuru")
  • 004. "Determination and its Beginning" (覚悟と始まり?, "Kakugo to Hajimari")
  • 005. "The Black Priests" (黒の教団?, "Kuro no Kyoudan")
  • 006. "Entering the Castle" (入城?, "Nyuujō")
  • 007. "PinPointing the WayPoint" (判明と行く先?, "Hanmei to Yukusaki")
After his training under Cross Marian in order to become an Exorcist, a clergyman that uses unique weapons to fight Akuma, Allen Walker travels to Great Britain to the headquarters of the Black Order, an organization of Exorcists created by the Vatican. Upon arriving in Britain, Allen destroys multiple Akuma, explaining to those nearby that Akuma are created by the Millennium Earl from the souls of the deceased when their loved ones curse God for their loss. At the headquarters of the Black Order, Allen is introduced to the other Exorcists by Komui Lee. Komui explains to Allen that the weapon he uses to fight Akuma is called Innocence, and that the Black Order is searching for the remaining pieces of Innocence in order to defeat the Earl of Millennium.
2 The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies
Tsuchi Okina to Kūya no Aria (土翁と空夜のアリア)
December 31, 2004[19]
ISBN 978-4-08-873760-7
August 1, 2006[20]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0624-1
  • 008. "Mission Start" (任務開始?, "Ninmu Kaishi")
  • 009. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 1" (土翁と空夜のアリア①?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 1")
  • 010. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 2" (土翁と空夜のアリア②?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 2")
  • 011. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 3" (土翁と空夜のアリア③?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 3")
  • 012. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 4" (土翁と空夜のアリア④?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 4")
  • 013. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 5" (土翁と空夜のアリア⑤?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 5")
  • 014. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 6" (土翁と空夜のアリア⑥?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 6")
  • 015. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 7" (土翁と空夜のアリア⑦?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 7")
  • 016. "The Aria of the Land and the Clear Skies 8" (土翁と空夜のアリア⑧?, "Tsuchi Okina to Kuu Ya no Aria 8")
Allen is dispatched with Exorcist Yu Kanda to obtain an Innocence in Mater, a haunted town. Upon entering the town, they encounter a level two Akuma, an evolved Akuma powerful enough to overpower both of them. They manage to escape and locate the "Ghost of Mater", a doll animated by the Innocence. The doll, known as Lala, refuses to surrender the Innocence to them until the death of Guzol, a man she has cared for. Despite Kanda's protests, Allen agrees to her request, but they are attacked by the Akuma, who takes the Innocence from Lala. Allen's rage causes his Innocence to evolve, and he and Kanda defeat the Akuma. Allen returns the Innocence to Lala, and retrieves it from her after Guzol dies.
3 The Rewinding City
Makimodoshi no Machi (巻き戻しの街)
March 9, 2005[21]
ISBN 978-4-08-873784-3
November 7, 2006[22]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0625-8
  • 017. "The Black Priest's Destruction Incident" (黒の教団壊滅事件?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Jiken")
  • 018. "The Black Order Annihilation Incident Amended: The Black Order Attempted Annihilation Incident" (黒の教団壊滅事件改め黒の教団壊滅未遂事件?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Jiken Aratame, Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Misui Jikan")
  • 019. "The Rewinding Town" (巻き戻しの街?, "Makimodoshi no Machi")
  • 020. "Useless" (役立たず?, "Yakutatazu")
  • 021. "Contact" (接触?, "Sesshoku")
  • 022. "Human" (人間?, "Ningen")
  • 023. "Akuma" (悪魔?, "Akuma")
  • 024. "The Awakening of Miranda Lotto" (ミランダ·ロットーの発動?, "Miranda Rottoo no Hatsudou")
  • 025. "Rebirth" (再生?, "Saisei")
  • 026. "Snow Falls on the Town" (街に雪が降り?, "Machi ni Yuki ga Furi")
Allen and Exorcist Lenalee Lee investigate a "Rewinding City" where time repeats, causing the events of a single day to replay endlessly. In the city, they meet Miranda Lotto, the only resident able to notice the strange occurrences and whose clock may be the Innocence causing them. Allen and Lenalee try to stop the time from repeating, but encounter several level two Akuma and a human girl who works with them, Road Kamelot of the Noah Family. After Lenalee is knocked unconscious and Allen loses his left eye, the Innocence in her clock appears to Miranda, allowing her to reverse time and events for a short while. Able to fight once more, Lenalee and Allen destroy the Akuma, and Road disappears, vowing to meet them again. With the natural flow of time restored, Miranda joins the Black Order.
4 Carnival
Gensui no Kikyū (元帥の危急)
May 7, 2005[23]
ISBN 978-4-08-873810-9
February 6, 2007[24]
ISBN 978-1-4215-0623-4
  • 027. "Doubt" (不審?, "Fushin")
  • 028. "The Uniform" (団服?, "Dan Fuku")
  • 029. "The General's Emergency" (元帥の危急?, "Gensui no Kikyuu")
  • 030. "Missing" (行方不明?, "Yukuefumei")
  • 031. "Vampire of the Castle (1) - The Mysterious Emissary" (孤城の吸血鬼①―謎の使者―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 1 -Nazo no Shisha-")
  • 032. "Vampire of the Castle (2) - Exorcist vs. Vampire" (孤城の吸血鬼②―エクソシストVS吸血鬼―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 2 -Ekusoshisuto VS Kyuuketsuki-")
  • 033. "Vampire of the Castle (3) - Krory Castle" (孤城の吸血鬼③―クロウリー城―?, "Kojō no Kyūketsuki 3 -Kurourii Jou-")
  • 034. "Vampire of the Castle (4) - The Hated One" (孤城の吸血鬼④―嫌われ者―?, "Kojō no Kyūketsuki 4 -Kiraware Mono-")
  • 035. "Vampire of the Castle (5) - Eliade" (孤城の吸血鬼⑤―エリアーデ―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 5 -Eriaade-")
  • 036. "Vampire of the Castle (6) - Return" (孤城の吸血鬼⑥―帰還―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 6 -Kikan-")
While recovering from his last mission, Allen meets Bookman, the chronicler of the war between the Black Order and the Earl of Millennium, and his successor Lavi. Allen is told about the Heart of Innocence, a special Innocence that could win the war for the Black Order, and how the Earl has begun his search by attacking the Generals of the Black Order. Allen, Lenalee, Lavi, and Bookman are sent to search for and protect General Cross. While attempting to locate Cross, Allen and Lavi meet Arystar Krory, a vampire who once encountered the General. Due to the Innocence in his teeth, Krory drinks the blood of Akuma, namely Eliade, an Akuma in disguise that Krory has fallen in love with. Refusing to admit that Krory is an Exorcist, Eliade attempts to kill Allen and Lavi to keep Krory at her side.
5 Announcement
Yokaku (予覚)
July 9, 2005[25]
ISBN 978-4-08-873832-1
May 1, 2007[26]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1053-8
  • 037. "Vampire of the Castle (7) - Merge" (孤城の吸血鬼⑦―合流―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 7 -Gouryuu-")
  • 038. "Vampire of the Castle (8) - Broken Hearts, Broken Roses" (孤城の吸血鬼⑧―愛、薔薇薔薇―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 8 -Ai, Barabara-")
  • 039. "Vampire of the Castle (9) - Affection" (孤城の吸血鬼⑨―コイ―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 9 -Koi-")
  • 040. "Vampire of the Castle (10) - A Reason" (孤城の吸血鬼⑩―理由―?, "Kojou no Kyuuketsuki 10 -Riyuu-")
  • 041. "Premonition" (予覚?, "Yokaku")
  • 042. "Three Men and a Child" (三人の男と一人の子供?, "Sannin no Otoko to Hitori no Kodomo")
  • 043. "Crackling With Laughter" (呵呵大笑?, "Kakataishō")
  • 044. "HypotheticalNumbers" (机上の数字?, "Kijō no Sūji")
  • 045. "Sign" (サイン?)
  • 046. "The Report of the Death of Cross Marian" (クロス·マリアンの訃音?, "Kurosu Marian no Fuin")
After Allen and Lavi reveal Eliade as an Akuma, she is slain by Krory. Krory agrees to become an Exorcist and joins Allen and Lavi on their search for Cross. They begin to travel to China to meet Lenalee and Bookman and encounter a group of travelers, one of whom is revealed to be the Noah Tyki Mikk. Arriving in China, the search party learns that Cross recently left for Edo, but his ship has been lost at sea. Nevertheless, the group of Exorcists prepare to sail to Edo, certain that Cross survived. Before setting sail, a swarm of Akuma appears, but flies past the Exorcists' ship.
6 Delete
Derīto (削除)
October 4, 2005[27]
ISBN 978-4-08-873865-9
August 7, 2007[28]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1054-5
  • 047. "Purpose of the Raid" (来襲の目的?, "Raishū no Mokuteki")
  • 048. "Memory of Everlasting Darkness" (常闇の記憶?, "Tokoyami no Kiaku")
  • 049. "Sin" (?, "Tsumi")
  • 050. "Voices of Comrades" (仲間の声?, "Nakama no Koe")
  • 051. "Lost Sheep"
  • 052. "Beginning of the Night of the End" (終わりの夜のはじまり?, "Owari no Yoru no Hajimari")
  • 053. "The Last Words of Suman Dark" (スーマン·ダーク最期の言葉?, "Suuman Daaku Saigo no Kotoba")
  • 054. "Rend Allen's Heart"
  • 055. "Delete" (削除?, " Derīto")
  • 056. "Nightmare" (悪夢?, "Naitomea")
The swarm of Akuma heads for an Exorcist named Suman Dark, who has betrayed his Innocence by revealing the names and whereabouts of his comrades to Tyki. As a result, he has turned into a Fallen One, and is being destroyed by his Innocence. Allen and Lenalee struggle to save Suman, and Allen pushes his Innocence to its limits to save Suman's body; however, Suman's mind has been broken by the experience. Suman's body is subsequently destroyed by Tease, Tyki's man-eating butterflies. Unable to move due to using the full power of his Innocence, Tyki destroys Allen's Innocence and punctures his heart.
7 Crossroad
Toki no Hakaisha (時の破壊者)
December 26, 2005[29]
ISBN 978-4-08-873888-8
November 6, 2007[30]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1055-2
  • 057. "Crossroads"
  • 058. "Destroyer of Time" (時の破壊者?, "Toki no Hakaisha")
  • 059. "White Heartbeats" (白の鼓動?, "Shiro no Kodou")
  • 060. "The Sworn Path" (誓いの道?, "Chikai no Michi")
  • 061. "Left Arm" (左腕?, "Hidariude")
  • 062. "Operation" (作戦?, "Sakusen")
  • 063. "Dark and Stormy Skies" (暗雲の空?, "Anun no Sora")
  • 064. "Level 3" (レベル3?, "Reberu 3")
  • 065. "Title" (「題名...」?, "Taitoru...")
  • 066. "From Sea and Clouds" (海と雲から?, "Umi to Kumo Kara")
Lenalee and Lavi search for Allen, but find nothing before they are called back to the ship. Sammo Han Wong from the Asia Branch of the Black Order informs them that Allen cannot continue traveling with them and introduces Miranda as his replacement. She uses her Innocence to repair the ship long enough to complete the trip to Edo. As they continue their voyage, Allen wakes up in the Asian Branch. When told he cannot continue living as an Exorcist, he pleads with the branch director Bak Chan to help him continue to be an Exorcist. Bak tells him his Innocence has not been destroyed and can be restored. As Allen repeatedly attempts to do so, the search party is attacked by a level three Akuma.
8 Crimson Snow
Messeeji (メッセージ)
July 4, 2006[31]
ISBN 978-4-08-874029-4
February 5, 2008[32]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1543-4
  • 067. "Unknown Phenomenon" (不明現象?, "Fumei Genshou")
  • 068. "The Sinking Darkness" (沈む黒?, "Shizumu Kuro")
  • 069. "When the World Ends" (世界が滅ぶということ?, "Sekai ga Horobu to iu Koto")
  • 070. "Counterattack" (反撃?, "Hangeki")
  • 071. "The Price of Destruction" (破壊の代価?, "Hakai no Daika")
  • 072. "Disappearing from the Sea" (そして海から消えて?, "Soshite Umi Kara Kiete")
  • 073. "Crimson Snow"
  • 074. "The Ship in Ruins, The Girl That Didn't Return" (船斑ぎ少女戻らず?, "Fune Modorogi Shōjo Modorazu")
  • 075. "The Message" (メッセージ?, "Messeeji")
  • 076. "The Lost Released" (亡失解除?, "Rosuto Kaijo")
Lenalee battles the Akuma by herself and learns she is not powerful enough to defeat it. By using a maximum invocation of her Innocence and drawing out all of its power, she manages to defeat it, vanishing into the sea in the process. As Lavi searches for her, he encounters an Akuma carrying a large crystal. After realizing the Akuma is an ally and the crystal is Lenalee's Innocence protecting her, they return to the ship, where the Exorcists speculate that Lenalee might possess the Heart of Innocence. The Akuma, modified by Cross to obey him, tells the search party to turn back. Before they can answer, the crystal disappears and releases Lenalee, who says they must continue. At the same time, Lenalee learns she can no longer use her Innocence. Because of Miranda's exhaustion, she cannot maintain the ship, and the Exorcists continue without Anita and her crew, who vanish into the sea.
9 Nightmare Paradise
Bokura no Kibou (僕らの希望)
November 11, 2006[33]
ISBN 978-4-08-874293-9
May 6, 2008[34]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1610-3
  • 077. "Nightmare Paradise" (ナイトメア·パラダイス?, "Naitomea Paradaisu")
  • 078. "Message From Judge" (メッセージ フロム ジャッチ?, "Messeeji Furomu Jacchi")
  • 079. "Battle·Edo + China" (対戦·江戸+中国?, "Taisen, Edo + Chuugoku")
  • 080. "White Confusion" (困惑の白?, "Konwaku no Shiro")
  • 081. "Our Hope" (僕らの希望?, "Bokura no Kibou")
  • 082. "And Then Allen Walked On" (そしてアレンは歩いていった?, "Soshite Aren wa Aruite Itta")
  • 083. "Two Paths and Thorns Inbetween" (道と道 その間は棘?, "Michi to Michi, Sono Aida wa Ibara")
  • 084. "Together With You" (キミと共に?, "Kimi to Tomo ni")
  • 085. "To Enact Love During the Play" (その劇中でアイを演じる?, "Sono Gekichuu de Ai wo Enjiru")
  • 086. "Around the Time You Fall Asleep" (そして眠りにつく頃に?, "Soshite Nemuri ni Tsuku Koro ni")
The group arrives in the Earl-controlled Edo. Meanwhile, Tyki, Skin Boric, David, and Jasdero, all Noah, meet the Earl upon Noah's Ark to discuss the current situation as Road assists in building new Ark. The Earl summons all the Akuma in Japan to one location, and Tyki orders one to use the Ark to travel to China and kill Allen. Although they are at a disadvantage in terms of numbers, the Exorcists launch an attack on the Earl. In China, the Akuma attacks the defenseless Allen, who has not managed to reconstruct his Innocence. Fo, disguised as Allen, battles the Akuma to buy time. After Allen convinces Bak to let him fight, a new form of his Innocence, later dubbed Crown Clown, materializes. Allen defeats the Akuma with Crown Clown and takes the Ark to Edo as Kanda and his team enter the battlefield.
10 Noah's Memory
Noazu Memorii (ノアズ·メモリー)
February 2, 2007[35]
ISBN 978-4-08-874318-9
August 5, 2008[36]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1937-1
  • 087. "Tiedoll's Entry" (ティエドール、エントリー?, "Tiedooru, Entorii")
  • 088. "The Villain Laughs" (悪役は笑い出す?, "Akuyaku wa Waraidasu")
  • 089. "Tragicomedy" (トラジコメディ?, "Torajikomedi")
  • 090. "The Final Bell Has Yet to Toll" (閉幕ベルはまだ鳴らない?, "Heimaku Beru wa Mada Naranai")
  • 091. "A Key and Four Doors" (鍵と4つの扉?, "Kagi to Yottsu no Tobira")
  • 092. "Skin Bolic's Room" (スキン·ボリック·ルーム?, "Sukin Borikku Ruumu")
  • 093. "Noah's Memory, Part 1" (ノアズ·メモリー·1?, "Noazu Memorii 1")
  • 094. "Noah's Memory, Part 2" (ノアズ·メモリー·2?, "Noazu Memorii 2")
  • 095. "Noah's Memory, Part 3" (ノアズ·メモリー·3?, "Noazu Memorii 3")
  • 096. "Noah's Memory, Part 4" (ノアズ·メモリー·4?, "Noazu Memorii 4")
  • 097. "Noah's Memory, Part 5" (ノアズ·メモリー·5?, "Noazu Memorii 5")
In an attempt to destroy the Exorcists, the Earl destroys Edo. However, they survive, and Lenalee's Innocence turns into a crystal to protect her, attracting the Earl's attention. He personally tries to destroy Lenalee, but is stopped by Allen. After the Noah escape, the Exorcists discuss their current situation. Lenalee is then kidnapped by Lero, the Earl's umbrella, and half the group chase after her and onto the Ark, which begins to crumble. However, Tyki hands them the key to the doors in the Ark and challenges the Exorcists to find the exit to the Ark before it is destroyed. The first door takes the group to Skin. Kanda tells the rest of the group to move on and battles Skin alone. After Skin unleashes his lightning powers on Kanda, Kanda uses the full power of his Innocence to defeat Skin. Victorious, Kanda collapses from exhaustion as the room collapses around him.
11 Fight to the Debt
Ruuju no Butai (ルージュの舞台)
May 2, 2007[37]
ISBN 978-4-08-874341-7
November 4, 2008[38]
ISBN 978-1-4215-1998-2
  • 098. "Twin's Room" (ツインズ・ルーム?, "Tsuinzu Ruumu")
  • 099. "Debt Crisis" (借金クライシス?, "Shakkin Kuraishisu")
  • 100. "Lost the Key?!"
  • 101. "Jasdero and Debit" (ジャスデロとデビット?, "Jasudero to Debitto")
  • 102. "Bad Game"
  • 103. "An Unruly Child"
  • 104. "Believing Is Our Strength" (信じるという僕らの強さ?, "Shinjiru to iu Bokura no Tsuyosa")
  • 105. "The Rouge Stage" (ルージュの舞台?, "Ruuju no Butai")
  • 106. "Crimson Shake"
  • 107. "What Flows Out of the Coffin..." (棺に伝うは...?, "Hitsugi ni Tsutau wa...")
The remaining Exorcists walk into another room, and encounter the Noah twins Jasdero and David. After taunting Allen by expressing their desire to kill Cross, they steal the key Tyki gave him and use illusions to obscure the key and themselves. As Lavi looks for the key, Allen and Krory try to find their opponents. After the two succeed in finding Jasdero and David, Lavi finds the key and the illusions disappear. Rebuked, the Noah combine in form called "Jasdevi" to increase their strength. Krory tells the group to move on and battles Jasdevi alone. As Krory's strength and supply of Akuma blood dwindles, he is overpowered by the Noah and locked in an iron maiden.
12 Fight to the Debt
Poker
October 9, 2007[39]
ISBN 978-4-08-873691-4
February 3, 2009[40]
ISBN 978-1-4215-2389-7
  • 108. "Bloody Krory" (ブラッディ·クロウリー?, "Buraddi Kurourii")
  • 109. "The Red Curtain Falls" (瞼を閉じ幕引きの赤?, "Mabuta wo Toji Makuhiki no Aku")
  • 110. "Dinner Party of the Sheep" (羊の晩餐会?, "Hitsuji no Bansankai")
  • 111. "Dark Colored Rhapsody" (闇色ラプソディー?, "Yami Iro Rapusodii)
  • 112. "Poker"
  • 113. "Dangerous Sheep" (破壊的シープ?, "Hakaiteki Shiipu")
  • 114. "Cracked Cherry" (亀裂チェリー?, "Kiretsu Cherii")
  • 115. "Weak Person" (ヨワキ ヒト?, "Yowaki Hito")
  • 116. "A Critical One Appears" (臨界者出現?, "Rinkaisha Shutsugen")
  • 117. "Kindness and Strength and" (優しさと強さと?, "Yasashisa to Tsuyosa to")
  • 118. "Demon -A Devil-" (魔−a devil−?, "Ma -a devil-")
As Jasdevi leaves the crumbling room, he is attacked by a mannequin of blood, Krory's new technique. It quickly defeats Jasdevi, but Krory is unable to make it to the next room before it is destroyed. The remaining four members of the group meet Road and Tyki and learn Allen's Innocence may also be the Heart. Tyki fights Allen as Road traps Chaoji and Lenalee and sends Lavi's mind to her dream world. Tyki overpowers Allen and damages his Innocence, which recovers from the damage. Seeing that the Innocence will not be destroyed, Tyki creates a vacuum to destroy Allen's body. Allen pushes his Innocence to surpass 100 percent synchronization, the normal limits of an Innocence and breaks free of the vacuum by materializing the "Sword of Exorcism". Wielding the Sword of Exorcism, Allen destroys the Noah inside Tyki's body. Road, furious that one of her family members has been killed, surrounds her foes with candle-like stakes and begins to destroy Lavi's mind.
13 The Voice of Darkness
Yami no Koe (闇の吟)
December 4, 2007[41]
ISBN 978-4-08-874435-3
May 5, 2009[42]
ISBN 978-1-4215-2599-0
  • 119. "La"+"vi" (「ラ」+「ビ」?, "Ra+Bi")
  • 120. "Fr"+"ie"+"nd" (「ナ」+「カ」+「マ」?, "Na+Ka+Ma")
  • 121. "I" (「オレ」?, "Ore")
  • 122. "Equal"
  • 123. "The Voice of Darkness" (闇の吟?, "Yami no Koe")
  • 124. "The Black Carnival" (ブラックカーニバル?, "Burakku Kaanibaru")
  • 125. "Destruction" (崩壊?, "Houkai")
  • 126. "Beside You" (傍に?, "Soba ni")
  • 127. "The Appearance" (出現?, "Shutsugen")
  • 128. "TWO"
Lavi struggles against his past self and illusionary copies of his friends in Road's dream world. Unable to strike them all down, he is defeated and one of his personas from his past takes over his body. Allen is forced to fight Lavi until Lavi regains control and defeats Road by stabbing her disguise in her dream world. As the room begins to crumble, the group moves toward the exit, but the exit is destroyed as they are attacked by Tyki, who has been consumed by the power of Noah inside of him. The transformed Tyki is too powerful for the Exorcists, but Cross appears and easily overpowers the Noah.
14 Song of the Ark
Minna ga Kaette Kitara (みんなが帰ってきたら)
March 4, 2008[43]
ISBN 978-4-08-874486-5
August 4, 2009[44]
ISBN 978-1-4215-2600-3
  • 129. "Black and White 0°C" (黒白0℃?, "Kokubyaku 0-do")
  • 130. "Eyes of Hatred" (憎悪の瞳?, "Zouo no Hitomi")
  • 131. "The Pianist's Reflection" (奏者の影?, "Sousha no Kage")
  • 132. "The Pianist?!!" (奏者!!??, "Sousha!!?")
  • 133. "Homecoming" (みんなが帰ってきたら?, "Minna ga Kaette Kitara")
  • 134. "The Ark's Destination" (方舟の行方?, "Hakobune no Yukue")
  • 135. "Repose, Partly Cloudy" (安息時々曇り?, "Ansoku Tokidoki Kumori")
  • 136. "Sheep and Dog" (羊と犬?, "Hitsuji to Inu")
  • 137. "Orphan and Clown" (捨て子とピエロ?, "Sutego to Piero")
  • 138. "The Clock Ticks On" (だが進む刻の針?, "Daga Susumu Toki no Hari")
Before Cross can finish Tyki, the Earl appears to rescue Tyki. As the final parts of the Ark crumble, Cross takes Allen and Lenalee to the Egg, or the central "plant" all Akuma are produced at. He sends Allen with Timcampy, Cross' golem, to a room containing a piano. With orders to stop the downloading of the Ark, Allen plays the piano using music Timcampy projects for him, although he is not aware of how he is playing the piano. Using the piano, the Ark is restored, and the fallen Exorcists are revived. The Exorcists regroup, use the Ark to travel to the Asian Branch and then return to the Black Order headquarters. As they recover, the Generals and branch directors meet with an agent from the Vatican, Malcolm C. Rouvelier, who questions Cross about the "14th Noah" and Allen's ability to operate the Ark.
15 Black Star, Red Star
Honbu Shuugeki (本部襲撃)
June 4, 2008[45]
ISBN 978-4-08-874528-2
November 3, 2009[46]
ISBN 978-1-4215-2774-1
  • 139. "Attack on Headquarters" (本部襲撃?, "Honbu Shuugeki")
  • 140. "The Other Side of the Door" (扉の向こう?, "Tobira no Mukou")
  • 141. "Allies" (味方?, "Mikata")
  • 142. "Come On Now"
  • 143. "Line of Sight" (シセン?, "Shisen")
  • 144. "Black Star, Red Star" (ブラックスター·レッドスター?, "Burakku Sutaa, Reddo Sutaa")
  • 145. "Darkness 4"
  • 146. "Dark Child" (ダークチャイルド?, "Daaku Chairudo")
  • 147. "Weapon of Carnage" (さつりくへいき?, "Satsuriku Heiki")
  • 148. "The Call" (ヨビゴエ?, "Yobigoe")
  • 149. "Lenalee's Progress" (あの日, 少女は?, "Ano Hi, Shōjo wa")
The Black Order headquarters is attacked by the Noah Lulubell and a horde of Akuma sent to retrieve the Egg that the Black Order took from the Ark. Due to the presence of the four Excorcist Generals, Lulubell and the Akuma are defeated, and the Egg is destroyed before it can return to the Earl. However, a level four Akuma emerges into the headquarters and defeats Allen and the Generals. Komui orders an evacuation as Rouvelier takes Lenalee to replace her Innocence and join the battle.
16 Blood & Chains
Next Stage
September 4, 2008[47]
ISBN 978-4-08-874566-4
February 2, 2010[48]
ISBN 978-1-4215-3038-3
  • 150. "Blood & Chains" (血と鎖?, "Chi to Kusari")
  • 151. "To The God I Hate So Much" (だいきらいなかみさまへ?, "Daikirai na Kamisama e")
  • 152. "Now, Let's Exchange Words and Promises" (そして約束のコトバを交わしましょう?, "Soshite Yakusoku no Kotoba wo Kawashimashou")
  • 153. "Red Resolve" (アカノカクゴ?, "Aka no Kakugo")
  • 154. "Battlefield in Flux" (戦線ヘンドウ?, "Sensen Hendou")
  • 155. "Resounding Trough the Lingering Mourning" (長い朝に響く?, "Nagai Asa ni Hibiku")
  • 156. "The Next Stage"
  • 157. "Reccitativo" (レチタティーヴォ?, "Rechitatiivo")
  • 158. "Flower of Evil" (悪の花?, "Aku no Hana")
  • 159. "Moving in the Storm" (嵐の引っ越し 午前2時?, "Arashi no Hikkoshi, Gozen Niji")
  • 160. "The Second Destruction of the Black Order" (黒の教団壊滅事件再び?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Jiken Futatabi")
As the level four Akuma cannot be stopped, Komui orders an evacuation and goes to retrieve the Innocence from Hevlaska, the caretaker of the Innocence, who offers herself up as bait. As Rouvelier, Lavi, and Lenalee arrive at Hevlaska's location, the Akuma attacks Komui and later heads toward Lenalee, but is stopped by Allen. Lenalee, who manages to transform her Innocence into a new form and helps Allen fight the Akuma. When it tries to escape, the Akuma finds itself trapped by the Generals and is defeated. After the attack, the Black Order begins to move a new headquarters, but a disease created by Komui begins to affect all of the personnel of the Order.
17 Parting Ways
Shoutai (正体)
December 4, 2008[49]
ISBN 978-4-08-874605-0
May 4, 2010[50]
ISBN 978-1-42-153160-1
  • 161. "The Black Order's Destructive Affair - Again" (黒の教団壊滅事件アゲイン?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Jiken Agein")
  • 162. "The Black Order's Destructive Affair - Returns" (黒の教団壊滅事件リターンズ?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Jiken Ritaanzu")
  • 163. "The Black Order's Destructive Affair - Serious" (黒の教団壊滅事件シリアス?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Kaimetsu Jiken Shiriasu")
  • 164. "The Black Order is Truly Destroyed" (黒の教団ホントに壊滅?, "Kuro no Kyoudan Honto ni Kaimetsu")
  • 165. "Rain" (?, "Ame")
  • 166. "True Colors" (正体?, "Shoutai")
  • 167. "Hints" (アンジ?, "Anji")
  • 168. "Crossroads" (ワカレミチ?, "Wakaremichi")
  • 169. "There Was a Silence"
  • 170. "10 Days Later..." (十日後...?, "Tooka Go...")
  • 171. "The Other Side" (ウラオモテ?, "Uraomote")
It is discovered that a ghost of a girl experimented on by the Order had Krory spread the disease. The ghost, not willing to be forgotten and unable to leave the building, prevents the headquarter's move. Komui tells her he will not forget anyone who has died for the Order. The antidote to the disease is administered, and the move is completed. At the new building, Allen has an audience with Cross where he learns Cross was asked to watch over Mana, the brother of a Noah traitor called the 14th, until the 14th returns. Allen is the host necessary for the 14th's revival. The 14th's memories inside Allen will erode him away until Allen kills someone he loves and becomes the 14th; because of this, he is a threat to the Order. A secret agent fatally shoots Cross, who subsequently disappears. Bookman believes that if Cross is still alive, he will not return, and Bookman and Lavi are in the same danger. Meanwhile, Malcolm receives a message confirming a fragment of the Akuma egg has reached the North American Branch.
18 Thief? Ghost? Innocence?
Ronrii Booi (ロンリーボーイ)
June 4, 2009[51]
ISBN 978-4-08-874642-5
August 3, 2010[52]
ISBN 978-1-42-153543-2
  • 172. "Notice Letter From G" (Gからの予告状?, "G kara no Yokoku Jou")
  • 173. "A Thief? A Ghost? An Innocence?" (コソドロ?ゴースト?イノセンス??, "Kosodoro? Goosuto? Inosensu?")
  • 174. "Possessed Inspector" (乗っ取られた監査官?, "Nottorareta Kansakan")
  • 175. "Child Thief" (ドロボーのコドモ?, "Doroboo no Kodomo")
  • 176. "Barrier Battle" (結界の戦い?, "Hekiji (Kekkai) no Tatakai")
  • 177. "Lonely Boy" (ロンリーボーイ?, "Ronrii Booi")
  • 178. "I'm Sorry" (ごめんなさい?, "Gomen Nasai")
  • 179. "TIMOTHY INNOCENCE"
  • 180. "Tsukikami Level II" (憑神れべる《弐》?, "Tsukikami Reberu Ni")
  • 181. "Night Soaring" (緋粧ナテハテナ?)
Allen, Kanda, Link and Noise Marie go to Paris when they learn that several of their comrades were arrested for robbing people under the name of Phantom Thief G. Upon understanding that G was possessing their friends, Allen's group decide to stop him. The police are informed that G plans to rob the Louvre and the Exorcists meet G there. Although they are unable to capture G, Marie is able to discover that G's real identity is that of a boy named Timothy Hearst, who has the power of the Innocence. When they try to recruit Timothy into the Black Order to become an Exorcist, the town is attacked by level four Akuma, who want Timothy's Innocence. While Allen, Marie and Kanda fight the Akuma, Link tries to protect Timothy but is knocked out by level two Akuma. Before the Akuma kill his friends, Timothy uses his Innocence to fight the Akuma. Link helps him, but the Akuma is later defeated by a member from the Crow organization.
19 Born of Love and Hate
Seisen Buraddo (聖戦ブラッド)
December 4, 2009[53]
ISBN 978-4-08-874675-3
November 2, 2010[54]
ISBN 978-1-421-53773-3
  • 182. "Darkness Touch"
  • 183. "It's All Right If It Washes Off Your Face" (顔を洗えばだいじょうぶ?, "Kao wo Araeba Daijoubu")
  • 184. "Neogyps" (ネオギプス?, "Neogipusu")
  • 185. "Born of Hatred and Love" (憎愛から生まるる?, "Zou Ai Kara Umaruru")
  • 186. "Illusion" (?, "Maboroshi")
  • 187. "Party and Party"
  • 188. "Blood Crusade" (聖戦ブラッド?, "Seisen Buraddo")
After Allen and Kanda slay the level four Akuma, Timothy joins the Black Order. The Third Exorcists, half-Akuma Exorcists, are also sent to the Order. Some time later, the Noah Family appear in various parts of the world to kill all of the Exorcists. The Earl and some of the Noah attack the Black Order headquarters. The Noah knock Kanda unconscious and send him to the headquarters. They bring him to the sealed body of Alma Karma, who, like Kanda, is a Second Exorcist created by Central. As the Noah plan to make Alma kill the Black Order members, Allen enters the headquarters.
20 The Voice of Judah
Yuda no Ko (ユダの呼)
June 4, 2010[55]
ISBN 978-4-088-74764-4
February 1, 2011[56]
ISBN 978-1-421-53919-5
  • 189. "Call of Judas" (ユダの呼?, "Yuda no Ko")
  • 190. "The Fruitless Garden" (徒花の庭?, "Adabana no Niwa")
  • 191. "Memory of Love" (アイの記憶?, "Ai no Kioku")
  • 192. "The Revealed Apostles" (暴かれた使途?, "Abakareta Shito")
  • 193. "Friend"
The Millennium Earl introduces his entire family to the captured Black Order. A Noah named Wisely sends Kanda, Allen and a doll-like Road into Kanda's memories. Allen and Road watch as Kanda befriends Alma. They then witness the true nature of Second Exorcists, artificial apostles Central manufactured by transplanting the minds of deceased Exorcists into new bodies. After learning the truth about himself, Alma killed all the scientists of the Asian Branch. Alma wanted Kanda to die with him, but Kanda wanted to find the mysterious woman whom he loved in his previous life. Therefore, he killed Alma and continued living.
21 The Awakening of Alma Karma
Ritoru Gubai (リトル グッバイ)
December 3, 2010[57]
ISBN 978-4-08-870133-2
November 1, 2011[58]
ISBN 978-1-421-54077-1
  • 194. "Alma Karma Awakens" (アルマ=カルマ覚醒?, "Aruma Karuma Kakusei")
  • 195. "Ripple" (波紋?, "Hamon")
  • 196. "Go!!" (行け!!?, "Ike!!")
  • 197. "Crossing Paths, Without Meeting" (擦れ、違いて?, "Sure, Chigaite")
  • 198. "Unfruitful Truth" (徒花の真実?, "Adabana no Shinjitsu")
  • 199. "Little Goodbye" (リトル グッバイ?, "Ritoru Gubai")
Fueled by his hatred of the Black Order, Alma transforms into an Akuma and obliterates the North American Branch. Meanwhile, the Alma Cells in all of the Third Exorcists turns them into monsters. Allen tries to stop an enraged Kanda from killing Alma, but he gets attacked by Kanda and stabbed by his Innocence the process. As a result of this, the 14th Noah Nea begins to awaken, but Mana's curse halts the transformation. Allen awakens to discover that Alma's soul is that of the woman Kanda loved. The dark matter inside of Alma begins to devour his soul, but Allen manages to use the Ark to transport Kanda and the dying Alma to Mater. Allen declares that he will not allow the Noah or the Black Order to interfere any longer.
22 Fate June 3, 2011[59]
ISBN 978-4-08-870240-7
July 3, 2012[60]
ISBN 978-1-421-54210-2
  • 200. "Seeds of Destruction" (破滅の種子?, "Hametsu no Shushi")
  • 201. "Sinner in Despair" (絶望の罪人?, "Zetsubō no Zainin")
  • 202. "A Changing World" (変わる世界?, "Kawaru Sekai")
  • 203. "Fate - Consciousness -" (Fate -現-?, "Fate - Utsutsu -")
  • 204. "Premonitions of Separation" (別れの予感?, "Wakare no Yokan")
  • 205. "My home"
Alma and Kanda arrive in Mater with the former dying. Allen tries to save Tokusa, a Third Exorcist, but he is bound by Link. He is then held captive at the Black Order for his previous actions. A Cardinal of the Black Order attacks Allen, and accidentally reveals that he was the one behind Cross's disappearance. Road and Tyki break into the Black Order to rescue Allen, and Tyki reveals that the Cardinal is a sentient Innocence known as an Apocryphos. Allen, Road and Tyki escape the prison, and Allen is officially classified as a Noah by the Order. Tyki leaves Allen and an unconscious Road so he can fight the Apocryphos. Allen creates his last Ark gate to leave the Black Order behind forever, disappearing after telling Lenalee he will always remain an Exorcist.
23 Walking Out
Ayumi dasu mono (歩みだすもの)
April 4, 2012[61]
ISBN 978-4-088-70392-3
December 6, 2012[62]
ISBN 978-1-421-55085-5
  • 206. "Maria's Eyes" (マリアの視線?, "Maria no Shisen")
  • 207. "Walking Out" (歩みだすもの?, "Ayumi dasu mono")
  • 208. "We are Living Lives of Doubt (迷い生きる僕らは?, "Mayoi Ikiru Bokura wa")
  • 209. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Fellow Travellers" (A.W.(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・同行者?, "A.W (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Dōkōsha")
  • 210. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) The Reason" (A.W.(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・理由?, "A.W (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Riyū")
  • 211. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Reunion" (A・W(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・再会?, "A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Saikai")
  • 212. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Calling out to you" ((A.W.(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・君を呼ぶ?, "A.W (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Kimi wo yobu")
Allen arrives at his old caretaker's house. Three months later, Lenalee and Marie are on a mission in France and they happen to find Kanda. Kanda returns to the Order and receives Mugen, which transforms into a crystal type Innocence. Johnny decides to leave the Order in order to find Allen, and Kanda accompanies him. They eventually find Allen, but they are all attacked by Akuma. Allen's transformation into the 14th Noah begins once again, so Kanda and Johnny take him to a safe house. Kanda notices someone following them, and discovers that it is Link.
24 By your side
Kimi no soba ni (キミの傍に)
November 1, 2013[63]
ISBN 978-4-08-870539-2
August 5, 2014[18]
ISBN 978-1-421-56312-1
  • 213. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Hiding Someone" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・秘める者?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Himeru Mono)
  • 214. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Awakening" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・目覚め?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Mezame)
  • 215. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) By Your Side" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー) をたずねて・キミの傍に?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Kimi no Soba ni)
  • 216. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Attack" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー) をたずねて・襲撃?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Shūgeki)
  • 217. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) One Seat Empty" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー) をたずねて・One seat empty?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete One seat empty)
  • 218. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) 'D'" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー) をたずねて・『D』?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete 『D』)
Nea briefly gains control of Allen's body but subsides when he notices Allen's Innocence. Allen attempts to run away so Johnny attaches handcuffs to him. The next day Johnny begins repairing broken items to make money, he takes Allen with him. Apocryphos attacks Kanda and Tim; Kanda is knocked unconscious and Tim is stabbed. Jasdevi appear and trap Apocryphos. Tiedoll finds Kanda and asks him to return to the Order to become a General. Allen searches for Apocryphos but is attacked by the Earl.
25 He Has Forgotten Love
Kare wa ai o Wasure te Iru (彼は愛を忘れている)
June 3, 2016[12]
ISBN 978-4-08-870539-2
May 2, 2017[64]
ISBN 978-1-4215-9270-1
  • 219. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) He Has Forgotten Love" (A.W. (アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・彼は愛を忘れている?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Kare wa ai o Wasure te Iru)
  • 220. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) He Closes His Eyes Inside the Vortex (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・彼は渦の中でいっそう目を瞑る?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Kare wa Uzu no Naka de Issō me o Tsumuru)
  • 221. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Clown's Joke" (A.W(アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・道化の戯れ言?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Dōke no Zaregoto)
  • 222. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Hypokrisis" (A.W (アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・Hypokrisis(ヒポクライシス)?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete Hypokrisis (Hipokuraishisu))
The Earl encounters Allen who is fully possessed by Nea. Nea reveals to the Earl that they are not siblings but instead the reincarnations of the original Earl of the Millenium. He also addresses the current Earl as "Mana D. Campbell" which starts confusing the fake Earl. He then becomes antagonistic towards. Just then, the Earl is attacked by agents from the Black Order. Link forces the Earl to attack and reveals to Nea he is his ally. Meanwhile, Allen's mind starts diseappearing from his own body. An illusion Cross Marian tells him to meet a woman named Katerina Eve Campbell after seeing his Allen's vow to learn the truth behind Mana and Nea.

Chapters not yet in tankōbon format[edit]

The following chapters were serialized in issues of Jump SQ.Crown from July 2016 onwards, but have yet to be collected in tankōbon format.

  • 223. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) He Has Forgotten Love" (A.W (アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて・To my way(トゥ マイ ウェイ)?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete to my way (Tu mai wei))
  • 224. "Searching for A.W. (Allen Walker) Call 1" (A.W (アレン・ウォーカー)をたずねて CALL (コール)1?, A.W. (Aren Wōkā) wo Tazunete CALL(Kōru)1)

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