Jun 17, 2021
~note: spoilers ahead, may be spoilers for d.gray-man but I have tried to avoid it~
I'll start off by saying, if you aren't a fan/haven't read the later series (D.Gray-man) you probably won't find this that interesting
Reading it you can really tell it was Hoshino's first go at creating the base for D.Gray-man. As its a one-shot there isn't really any context for whats going on, and information given is sort of just tossed in there very quickly and then thrown aside. I wont bother giving a summary since the one provided is sufficient enough. The plots fine and enjoyable, pacing is god awful
biased since I'm a big fan of D.Gray-man, and the art is reminiscent to the earlier parts of the manga (as Hoshino's art has tremendously improved) It's simple, but still filled with detail, and it gets the point across. No complaints :D
Nothing to write home about, since it's just a one-shot there isn't much fleshing out of characters, but its really interesting to see which characters were used to create ones in D.Gray-man!
Robin ~later to be turned into Allen~ is our, not cursed but still has a little special something which I'll leave you to find out, protagonist with a anti-akuma arm. And basically in all aspects is just french Allen (besides the fact she's a girl of course) but oh lord that eye, instead or the eye we are used to we are gifted a somewhat disgusting, yet very cool looking, complete split of the face, FUN! hehehe... yeah I'm happy that got changed.
Rinali ~later to become the rinali we know today~ not much to say, she just wanted to turn her dead fiance into an akuma
Millennium earl ~ gonna be honest, despite reading this around 20 minutes ago, I don't remember anything about him ._.
it was a quick and fun read, its only one chapter so you might as well read it :)
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