Started in 2004 on the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, one of the most famous Japanese magazines in the world, D. Gray-Man by the author Katsura Hoshino has been a victim of serialization of numerous problems that have removed the manga from its natural conclusion after more than 16 years.

After many years of hiatus, D. Gray-man finally returned to the magazine under the pages of in 2015 Jump SQ. Crown until 2018, when the magazine ended its cycle to give way to the new Jump SQ. Level up where the manga is just serialized. However, the manga has been going on quarterly for about 6 years and for this reason the story has progressed particularly slowly.

However, it appears that the narrative has finally reached the "climax" as the magazine's first previews suggest that D. Gray-man has reached the "climax".Main pointSo we don't know how much longer the work will take, but it seems more and more certain that the manga is really getting closer to the finale after more than 15 years of unsettled serialization.

We just have to wait for the next few months to know what the outcome of the manga will be and how the Allen Walker story will end, but as usual we will keep you updated until further news. And on the other hand, you're still following D. Gray-man? Please let us know as usual with a comment in the appropriate field below.

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