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Mana Walker

Mana Walker

Character Information
Kanji Name マナ・ウォーカー
Romaji Name Mana Wōkā
Gender Male
Age 17 (self-declared)[1]
Status Deceased
Date of Birth Unknown
Partner Allen
Blood Type Unknown
Height 188 cm (6'2")
Weight 76 kg (168 lbs)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Amber[2]
Nationality Unknown
Seiyū Fumihiko Tachiki
Voice Actor
Manga Debut Chapter 3
Anime Debut Episode 2
Mana Walker was the adoptive father of Allen Walker and the older brother of the 14th Noah, Nea Walker. After Nea's death, Mana's mentality deteriorated and he became a travelling clown, working alongside his dog, Allen.



Mana Walker in his clown suit.

Typically, Mana is seen under the guise of a classic whiteface clown, complete with a baggy clown suit with a ruff and complete facial makeup.

In his civilian clothing, Mana's face has remained largely obscured, with the only features shown being a thin moustache and slicked back, dark hair. He is usually seen in a travel-worn suit, tophat and frock coat, the latter of which has cufflinks that bear his coat of arms, an ornate shield with a coronet supported on both sides by banners.


Mana, when Allen met him, was a comical though somewhat emotionally distant person, often resorting to humor when he could not express himself properly (such as when he "hanged" himself from a tree at Allen the dog's passing and told Allen [then known as "Red"] he was "so sad he could die," doing so because he could not shed tears). When Allen began travelling with him, Mana became a more paternal person, teaching Allen many things and coming to love him.

According to Cross Marian, though, after the death of his brother, Nea Walker, Mana's sanity started slipping;[3] it is revealed that Mana started calling Allen "Allen" because, after a while, he began to see Allen as "Allen," the old dog who had been his clowning partner. When Cross went on to explain that Allen had the consciousness of Nea in him, Allen questioned whether Mana even loved him or if he just saw Nea when he was looking at him.[4]

Because of his mental declination, it is not known what Mana's personality had been like when he had been sane.


Mana stayed by his younger brother's side even after Nea became a Noah, and when Nea betrayed the Noah Family and his coup failed, Mana went on the run with Nea, fighting the Earl alongside his brother until the Earl succeeded in killing Nea.[5] After Nea's death, Mana's sanity began slipping, and he became a travelling clown, going from circus to circus as a contract worker.

As a clown, he owned a dog named Allen, and at one circus a clown named "Cosimo" beat Allen the dog to death. As he buried Allen, a young boy named "Red" approached him and attended the small burial with him, their conversation revealing that Mana would be leaving the next day, on Christmas, and that the boy worked at the circus and that he, too, was a victim of Cosimo's jealousy-fueled beatings.[6] When Red asked Mana why he didn't cry over Allen's death, Mana answered that his tears had long since dried up, and Red then asked for the dog's name, explaining that Allen had licked his hand and had been friendly to him. When Red started crying, Mana realized that Red had considered Allen a friend.[7]


The musical Score inside Timcanpy.

Red then left the circus with Mana, Mana insisting that he take the name "Allen," and as they travelled Mana taught Allen several things, including how to clown and how to read the symbols that would be revealed to be the Score for controlling Noah's Ark, though Allen, not knowing this, would only think of the symbols as a special language for only himself and Mana.[8]
Then the boy went to sleep,

and one or two embers alive in
the ashes flared up in the shape
of your beloved face.
Thousands of dreams spread
over the land. Stars like silver
eyes twinkling in the night...
You shining ones fell to earth.
Even though the eons turn
many prayers to dust,
I will keep praying.
Please love this child
and kiss the hand
you're holding.

—The Song that accompanies the Score.[9]


Mana brought back as an Akuma.

Three years after meeting Allen, Mana died. Allen, in his despair, brought Mana back as an Akuma, and after gouging Allen's eye and cursing him with the ability to see the souls of Akuma, Mana told Allen he loved him before Allen's newly awakened Anti-Akuma Weapon slew him.[10]


Introduction arc

Mana appears briefly in a flashback when the Earl of Millennium calls Allen out on killing his "father," revealing to Jan, who Allen is protecting, that Allen had done the same thing Jan's friend, Leo, had done to his mother. In the flashback, the Earl approaches Allen as he sits at Mana's grave, and when the Earl brings Mana back in an Akuma skeleton for Allen, Mana becomes enraged and curses Allen, cutting his eye.[11] The stress of this attack causes Allen's Anti-Akuma Weapon to awaken for the first time, and as the Innocence lashes out at Mana against Allen's wishes, Mana tells Allen he loves him and begs him to kill him.[12]

The Vampire of the Old Castle arc

When the Akuma Eliade injures and knocks him out, Allen is approached by the apparition of Mana. Allen tells Mana that, even if his Pentacle Eye, which had been damaged during a confrontation with Road Kamelot, hadn't healed and he hadn't regained the ability to differentiate between Akuma and humans, he would have gone on to fight alongside his friends, wanting to share their fate.[13]

As he fades away, Mana says that, if Allen is serious, he should "go deeper into the world of black and white," and when Allen awakens, his Pentacle Eye has evolved.[14]

Noah's Ark arc

As Allen, recovering from his recent battles in Edo and onboard Noah's Ark, reflects on his ability to control the Ark, he cries as he realizes that the symbols he uses to control the Ark are the same symbols of the secret code he and Mana had "made up," causing Allen to doubt his path and Mana.[15]

Invasion of the Black Order arc

When Howard Link begins questioning Allen about his knowledge of the symbols that control the Ark, Allen keeps the fact that Mana taught them to himself, though he is left, again, to wonder who Mana was.[16]

Destruction of the Black Order arc

After Lulu Bell's attack on the Black Order's European Branch is thwarted, Cross is sent back to Central before he and Allen can talk. When Komui Lee begins to question Allen about the Score, Reever Wenhamm and the Science Division wanting to learn it so they can control the Ark, Allen reveals that he has no idea how the Score imprinted itself on his memory and becomes distraught, thinking that, at the moment, he only wants to talk to Cross and that, if Cross could tell him that it was okay to trust Mana, he would be fine with everything else.[17]

Disappearance of Cross Marian arc

When Cross reveals that Mana and the 14th Noah (Nea, though he is yet unnamed) were brothers, and that the 14th's memories are taking over Allen's body, Allen asks if Mana had even loved him, to which Cross can only say that Mana had started acting strangely after the 14th's death.[18]

Third Exorcists arc

While recovering from grievous wounds he accidentally inflicted upon himself, Allen has a dream about Mana. In the dream, Mana approaches Allen and invites him to come along with him, and as Allen regresses to a child-like state, Mana slowly stops calling Allen "Allen" and calls him something else, this new name obscured.[19] Though Allen goes with Mana happily, he still silently begs Mana not to call him by this other name.[20]


  • Despite of what little is seen of him, he seems to bear a resemblance to the human form of the Millennium Earl.


  1. D.Gray-man: Reverse Volume 3
  2. D.Gray-man: Reverse Volume 3
  3. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 17, Chapter 167, Page 111
  4. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 17, Chapter 167, Page 110
  5. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 17, Chapter 167, Page 107
  6. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 17, Chapter 166, Pages 89-90
  7. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 17, Chapter 166, Pages 92-93
  8. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 14, Chapter 135, Pages 125-127
  9. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 14, Chapter 135, Page 123
  10. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 1, Chapter 3, Pages 103-107
  11. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 1, Chapter 3, Page 104
  12. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 1, Chapter 3, Page 107
  13. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 5, Chapter 37, Pages 8-9
  14. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 5, Chapter 37, Pages 10-11
  15. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 14, Chapter 135, Pages 124-127
  16. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 14, Chapter 137, Page 162-165
  17. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 16, Chapter 159, Pages 164-165
  18. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 17, Chapter 167, Page 110
  19. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 19, Chapter 184, Pages 48-49
  20. D.Gray-man Manga Volume 19, Chapter 184, Page 50


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