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Just a stone's throw from London lies the manor house of the illustrious Phantomhive earldom and its master, one Ciel Phantomhive. Where can I read Chapter of the Black Butler manga? Where can I download Black Butler manga box sets?. Just a stone´s throw from London lies the manor house of the illustrious Phantomhive earldom and its master, one Ciel Phantomhive. Earl Phantomhive is a. Manga ini masih on-going dan mempunyai rating di myanimelist. Untuk detail info dan link download pdf manga Black Butler bisa sobat.


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Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler) Volume 14 - Free ebook download as Word Doc .doc / .docx), PDF File .pdf) or read book online for free. Volumes of Kuroshitsuji, aka Black Butler has been uploaded. This was a request from the main site. Enjoy!. LETERALLY MY ENTIRE ROOM ID BLACK BUTLER!!!!I LOVE ANIME/MANGA!!!!! But one question how can u read it all it does is give u summaries but u aren't.

And as if to overcompensate, Sebastian is the perfect Mary Sue: attractive, unflappable, invincible and deadly, single-handedly resolving all conflict. The clothing is detailed and consistent, but anachronisms are rife and at times even the setting is forgotten as aspects of Japanese culture, unheard of in Victorian England, make their way in. Secondly, I tired very quickly of the characters.

Ciel is a brat, no two ways about it. I know his parents are dead, so it's understandable that he's not the most loving of people, but literally all he does is lash out. There is no emotional vulnerability and very little dwelling on his actual parents. Instead we assume he must be dwelling on his parents, because he sold his soul to avenge them, which would be fine except for the fact that he doesn't really seem to be getting on with it Sebastian, as mentioned above, is perfect.

Enough said. The other four household staff are at best two-dimensional I'll refer to them as the maid, cook and gardener, since spelling varies and at worst entirely flat: Tanaka is permanently an anachronically-green-tea-drinking chibi, and what is his job, anyway?

They are completely incompetent and serve only as an excuse for Sebastian to show off how impossibly capable he is, whilst patronising them and gaining their undying respect, because that's how people feel when they're patronised. I understand that later they show their worth as guards of the Phantomhive mansion, but if this is the case, why do they even bother attempting other jobs when all the effect they have is counterproductive?

Ciel doesn't strike me as the type to put up with wasting money just because it keeps his staff happy. Thirdly, I have no interest in fanservice and so do not enjoy wasting my time flipping through pages and pages of Sebastial hitting on Ciel. There are sexual undertones between the ageless demon and the twelve-year-old child and nobody seems to find this disturbing. Not only is it set in the Victorian era yep, Ciel is Queen Victoria's "dog" , it has a unique plot and such a loveable set of characters.

I URGE you to read this awesome manga.

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View all 33 comments. Jul 12, Kit rated it it was ok Shelves: It was readable and nicely drawn, and that's pretty much all the nice things I have to say about Black Butler. Here are all the not-so-nice things instead. Firstly, the content itself was shabby. The overarching plot seems to be that Ciel wants revenge for the death of his parents, and for help with this he has sold his soul to the demon Sebastian. This seems to be forgotten almost instantly, as all we see Ciel actually do is bicker with his demon servant, bully people and get kidnapped.

And as i It was readable and nicely drawn, and that's pretty much all the nice things I have to say about Black Butler. And as if to overcompensate, Sebastian is the perfect Mary Sue: The clothing is detailed and consistent, but anachronisms are rife and at times even the setting is forgotten as aspects of Japanese culture, unheard of in Victorian England, make their way in.

Secondly, I tired very quickly of the characters. Ciel is a brat, no two ways about it.

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I know his parents are dead, so it's understandable that he's not the most loving of people, but literally all he does is lash out. There is no emotional vulnerability and very little dwelling on his actual parents.

Instead we assume he must be dwelling on his parents, because he sold his soul to avenge them, which would be fine except for the fact that he doesn't really seem to be getting on with it Sebastian, as mentioned above, is perfect. Enough said.

The other four household staff are at best two-dimensional I'll refer to them as the maid, cook and gardener, since spelling varies and at worst entirely flat: Tanaka is permanently an anachronically-green-tea-drinking chibi, and what is his job, anyway? They are completely incompetent and serve only as an excuse for Sebastian to show off how impossibly capable he is, whilst patronising them and gaining their undying respect, because that's how people feel when they're patronised.

I understand that later they show their worth as guards of the Phantomhive mansion, but if this is the case, why do they even bother attempting other jobs when all the effect they have is counterproductive?

Ciel doesn't strike me as the type to put up with wasting money just because it keeps his staff happy. Thirdly, I have no interest in fanservice and so do not enjoy wasting my time flipping through pages and pages of Sebastial hitting on Ciel.

There are sexual undertones between the ageless demon and the twelve-year-old child and nobody seems to find this disturbing. Sebastian on his own is bad enough.

We get it: He has a pointed tongue sexy? And that's when he's not rescuing his poor vulnerable master from being tied up with belts and beaten up by big burly men. This isn't even the volume with the paedophile.

Or rather, with one of the paedophiles. I'm going to stop now. I'm going to stop, and I'm going to put down the book. And then I'm going to do what I should have done in the first place, and read something else.

View all 17 comments. I am strangely obsessed with the name Sebastian. No one in my fimily would be surprised if one day I decided to adopt a kid just so I can name him Sebastian!

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Maybe I should go for a cat or something smaller first. What's wrong with me? View all 44 comments. Aug 02, Jody Mena rated it it was amazing Shelves: What can I say about this first volume in the Black Butler series? It manages to be cute, suspenseful, funny and chilling all the way through. Ciel is intriguingly deep for a child, and Sebastian is both wonderfully complex and extraordinarily simple in the end - and one hell of a butler!

Finny, Meirin and Bard are great as comic relief, but surprisingly they also serve to offset the scenes in which Sebastian is slaughtering the criminals, making the bloodshed both borderl What can I say about this first volume in the Black Butler series?

Finny, Meirin and Bard are great as comic relief, but surprisingly they also serve to offset the scenes in which Sebastian is slaughtering the criminals, making the bloodshed both borderline comical with a slight edge of hysteria, I thought and also more disturbing next to the relatively innocent misadventures and shenanigans of the trio.

But my very favorite part was the last couple frames of the manga, in which Sebastian turns to exit, but then pauses, turns to make eye contact with the reader, and raises his finger to his lips in the 'shhh' gesture. It was hair-raising, because Sebastian is so perfect at everything he does - when you're drawn into the story, its easy to let yourself believe that he knows you've been watching. I have many favorite manga series, but can honestly say that I was more drawn into this one any other I've read.

It was really great, I am so excited to read the next volume! May 21, Miss Ryoko rated it really liked it Shelves: Okay, first, no surprise, Sebastian the Black Butler is a sexy, sexy bitch! So I was looking forward to reading this series! It's pretty interesting! Mysterious with beautiful illustrations. The clothing, the people, they're all good looking and well dressed.

And Sebastian is a stud. Nearly every picture of him made me swoon: View all 4 comments. May 01, E. Stevens marked it as to-read Shelves: The anime is fabulous View all 3 comments. Jun 13, Erin Dunn rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just recently I watched all of the Black Butler anime series and upon finishing the show I knew I had to read the manga.

It ended up being perfect timing since I am participating in a genre challenge through my local library. This week is the last week of the challenge and the theme was "choose your own genre. I've never read one before and previously I was put off by the fact that you have to read a manga from right to left. I mean s Sebas-chan! I mean seriously, what? How confusing! I'm glad I watched all of the show first, because that really helped me to try harder to understand how to read the manga.

Luckily I was able to adjust to the reading style more quickly than I thought I would and now I'm confident about reading mangas! To anyone out there who is put off by having to read a manga from right to left like I was, it's not so bad! Try it. I'm so glad I gave it a shot. In this first volume of Black Butler we meet Earl Ciel Phantomhive who is 12 years old and he is the last remaining member of his family.

We are also introduced to Sebastian Michaelis, a demon that Ciel has entered into a contract with and who acts as his butler. There isn't a whole lot of information on how the contract came to be in this volume, but I do know from the show that we get more information later. All of Ciel's other household servants are an entertaining group, especially with all their mishaps.

Ho ho ho. This is an exciting, mysterious, and hilarious story set in Victorian London with lots of paranormal fun thrown in.

Here are a few things I like best about Black Butler: It's set in Victorian London. Oh how I love this era!

It's so perfect for a darker setting too. Paranormal things! I just love all that. This may be THE most perfect Gothic thing ever. I love stories where a character has a tragic back story 5. How a story can be so dark and so comedic at the same time is a mystery to me, but I love it. Let's face it in the world of paranormal books movies, shows, etc. Black Butler certainly has that uniqueness. I've also read the second book in the series already. I was going to review that separately, but I decided not to.

Pretty much that one adds in the Jack the Ripper case along with the introduction of Madam Red, Grell, and the Undertaker. Grell and the Undertaker are definitely two of my favorite characters, so if you liked this one then you definitely need to read that one!

Black Butler Volume 2 was just as good, if not better, than the first volume. Black Butler is perfection for fans of the paranormal, horror, demons, historical fiction about Victorian London, dark stories, and gothic reads.

I can't wait to read more of the books in the series. Bite me, but I do have a maaaaaaaajor crush on Sebastian. Oh wait, he's a demon? But he can cook and he fights with silverware. Can we just forget that he is I always wondering, wouldn't it be better if Ciel is not a boy but is a 18 years old girl. That would save me some sanity. Honestly, somehow by watching this series, being a gay pedophile doesn't seem like a distant idea.

Anyway, back to the series, I can hardly believe my luck, stumbled across this manga.

Epic wardrobe collection? Paranormal twist? Flawed, revengeful yet cute Ciel? In short, it's hard not to be a fangirl when you constantly having nosebleed throughout the series. Beware of Grell Sutcliff, even he certainly not going to cause you a nosebleed, you'll adore him And I started drinking the exotic Earl Grey tea because of the series! Now, it's my favorite flavour! View 2 comments. Apr 29, Sara rated it really liked it Shelves: Wow, I think I have a crush on the Black Butler.

He's not real!

This was weird and quirky and took awhile to get into, but I liked it. It's about - well, a butler. A larger than life, kick-ass butler who surely can't be human, can he? He fought off gun-toting Italian gangsters with forks and table knives while hanging from the chandelier.

His young master is the head of the Phantomhive family and it takes place in an alternate Victorian England that seems to be mixin Wow, I think I have a crush on the Black Butler. His young master is the head of the Phantomhive family and it takes place in an alternate Victorian England that seems to be mixing up the timeline a little bit.

The rest of the staff provides the comic relief but that was the only thing I found a bit distracting. Definitely reading on in this series! The series follows Sebastian Michaelis, a demonic butler who is obligated to serve Ciel Phantomhive, the twelve-year-old head of the Phantomhive noble family, due to a contract he made with Ciel.

It was announced in July that an anime adaption, directed by Shinohara Toshiya and produced by A-1 Pictures, was expected. It premiered in October , and has since ended with 24 episodes.

The series has been licensed for an English release by Yen Press and will be published in Yen Plus' August issue for the magazine's first anniversary. Contents [hide: View 1 comment. Dec 20, Calista rated it it was ok Shelves: My biggest gripe: The book is set up backwards and you have to read it right to left from the back to the front of the book. This is my first Manga and I don't understand the fuss.

The extra staff were stupid in the background and very cartoon-y. The rest was so serious, why the stupid characters who are obviously incompetent. The story - was good. I actually really loved Sebastian and of course, you are supposed too. I thought the serious characters were good. The last chapte My biggest gripe: The last chapter where the action was, you could tell nothing of what was happening - useless.

I don't believe I will go on with this series unless I get bored. It looks like there is a cartoon of this.

Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler) Volume 14

If you saw that first, I get why this could work for you, but as a stand alone, this has a lot to be desired. Sebastian does have me curious and wanting to know more and the book is such a mess I don't care to do so.

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Mar 21, Negar rated it it was amazing Shelves: May 11, Rebecca McNutt rated it it was ok. I honestly didn't get it. Sure, I understood the story, I understood what was going on, but I didn't get the point!

Nothing made this book stand out for me; it was your run-of-the-mill manga novel. It got rather boring, to be frank. My sister cautioned me that there's incest and pedophilia as the series goes on, and that the animated series is the same, so I don't think I'll be one of those teenage fangirls who indulge in that sort of thing.

I'm sure that there's an audience for books like this May 20, Bookaholic reads every mortal thing rated it liked it Shelves: I will admit, manga and comics in general are a hit or miss for me and I vastly prefer it's motion counterparts, but I have also never watched the anime of Black Butler.

And it's not for lack of encouragement. One of my close friends watches about 2 animes a day and desperately tries to bring of us the rest of our friends over to the dark side. While she convinced the others to watch atleast 3 shows, I stuck with the one show I still have to finish. Somehow, I have a feeling th Meh. Somehow, I have a feeling that watching all the events in the manga unfold in motion in the anime would be much more interesting than just reading it.

Concerning the drawings, though, I have no complaints. Detailed and well drawn and not messy at all. Overall, graphics and events are good, but essentially, quite boring. Jun 04, Roxanne rated it did not like it Shelves: Just a big ol' nope on this one.

Aug 01, Asamii rated it it was amazing Shelves: The soundtrack is absolutely gorgeous. Must read this book 5 stars without even a second thought.

View all 9 comments. Jul 07, Linda rated it really liked it Shelves: Black Butler is such a beautiful manga not only in terms of drawing style and covers but also in the design and matching personalities of the characters. First of all, you have to know that I haven't watched the Black Butler anime series and thus don't know anything about the storyline beyond this first manga volume. So maybe it gets better later and I assume it does because I know plenty of people who LOVE this series , but Black Butler I seems kind of plotless and pointless to me.The Butler, Contemplative.

Bite me, but I do have a maaaaaaaajor crush on Sebastian. Dec 20, Calista rated it it was ok Shelves: And as if to overcompensate, Sebastian is the perfect Mary Sue: attractive, unflappable, invincible and deadly, single-handedly resolving all conflict. In order to avoid Arthur tell the truth, Sebastian shows his true demon form, terrorizing him.

A demon can only be a demon; a child cannot be both helpless and a free agent.

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