Black Butler, Vol. 13 (Black Butler, #13)
His betrothed's unexpected skill with a sword having narrowly saved him from a gory fate at the gnashing jaws of the undead, Earl Ciel Phantomhive, along with his intrepid butler, Sebastian, fights to see another day aboard the doomed Campania. But as they draw nearer to the heart of the Aurora... show more
His betrothed's unexpected skill with a sword having narrowly saved him from a gory fate at the gnashing jaws of the undead, Earl Ciel Phantomhive, along with his intrepid butler, Sebastian, fights to see another day aboard the doomed Campania. But as they draw nearer to the heart of the Aurora Society's scheme to reanimate the dead, the pair are met by the beautiful young "Kaiser," who holds all the keys to this mystery in the palm of his gloved hand, platinum blond locks fluttering in his wake...
Publish date: April 23rd 2013
Publisher: Yen Press
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
, Media Tie In
, Historical Fiction
, Sequential Art
Series: Black Butler (#13)
Toboso keeps the good stuff coming. I can't say this enough: Elizabeth is freaking awesome. I desperately want to see her and Ciel grown up and married, although Ciel's contract with Sebastian makes this unlikely. Between the two of them, they could probably rule England's underworld with an iron fi...
Lizzie is awesome! :) And the flashback on how Sebastian and Ciel met.
Disclosure: I borrowed this book from my local library. After quite a little shock in the last volume, I was upset I had to wait for this one. It was well worth it, as always. Black Butler will always remain a favorite of manga series of mine. I will throw out a warning that this review will conta...
This is going to be a double whammy, since I got both Black Butler volumes XII and XIII at the same time, and want to make up for the huge amount of time I missed. University kind of does that to you. Whoops.So without further ado, here's my thoughts on volume XIII of Black Butler....I didn't like i...
OMG I love Lizzie; I'm so glad I'm finally to this arc, which shows why and how she is the way she is and why she hid part of herself from Ciel. While the Titanic-esque setting is a bit lame, the zombie angle is clever (not on its own: zombies on such a ship, yes; and the twist with Undertaker and...