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Black Butler, Vol. 4 - Yana Toboso
Black Butler, Vol. 4
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This butler is just too good to be true ... Or maybe he's just too good to be human ...
This butler is just too good to be true ... Or maybe he's just too good to be human ...
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780316084284 (031608428X)
ASIN: 031608428X
Publisher: Yen Press
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Black Butler (#4)
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Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it
5.0 Black Butler, Vol. 4
Interesting twist, with Ciel being placed off kilter by the new arrival. Graphics and storytelling are great, as always. Some of the scenes (such as transitioning from the opium den to the fight in the streets) were hard to follow and not clearly marked, but I can put up with that when the story is ...
Sprout Labyrinth Library
Sprout Labyrinth Library rated it
1.0 Black Butler, Vol. 4
Horribly racist with a plot that will end with the Indians being put in their place by a British person making the perfect curry, because who makes curry better than a bunch of conquering murderers.
BreakRaven rated it
I've decided that I like Ciel more than Sebastian. Sure, Sebastian is made to be scarier and more charming, but honestly, I don't find him either scary or charming. He's not a bad character or anything, but it seems to me like most of the cool stuff he does, is just a long series of set-ups that are...
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it
It's official, I love Sebastian. He is the coolest character I have read so far, the most elegant, the most handsome, the most mysterious (the anime does not do justice to his beauty). Sadly, in this volume there is not enough action, except when he has a duel with Agni.As for the prince and Agni, I...
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