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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-01-15 00:00
Black Bird, Vol. 2
Black Bird, Vol. 2 - Kanoko Sakurakoji

After I read the first volume, I read the second volume. The second volume introduces some new characters. I found Kyo's vassals to be interesting characters. I was fond of the dynamics between them, and their designs are distinct and have personality.

There is some movement in the plot. For example, there was a flashback scene showing how Misao met Kyo when they were young. It was one of my favorite parts of this manga because I thought it was well-paced and it was genuinely heartwarming. I was sad that scene ended because after that, it was back to the less stellar stuff. Most of the thing that happens in this volume is a repeat of the previous entry.

The artwork is still lovely.

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review 2016-05-12 16:56
Recensione "Black Bird" di Kanoko Sakurakoji!! ❀
Black Bird, Vol. 1 - Kanoko Sakurakouji

"Black Bird" di Kanoko Sakurakoji ❀

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review 2015-01-21 00:00
Black Bird, Vol. 2
Black Bird, Vol. 2 - Kanoko Sakurakoji Dear Readers,

By the time I finished Black Bird Volume II I realized that I’m now hopelessly addicted to this series and all its fascinating main characters. In this edition, Kyo’s eight Tengu daitengu (imagine them as his 8 best friends and bodyguards to Misao) come to town to meet his “bride-to-be” that they’ve heard Kyo obsess over for the last ten years.

I bet ya every time I read about them I had stars in my eyes. They are all completely adorable, especially the six-year-old triplets, two of which are Taro’s (Kyo’s house servant and trainee) brothers. Why can’t they be real so I can give them huuugs??? *sob* It was fun watching the eight interact with Misao. They took her under their wings (I’m so punny) and treated her like she was their sibling. I hope they'll be sticking around for the next few novels!

Along with the daitengu visits Kyo’s older brother, the ex-heir to clan Tengu that despises Kyo for becoming leader. At first he appears to be suave and charming, but his nefarious plot is soon discovered when he kidnaps Misao and Taro, and I discovered just how sick he really is . . .

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel. It was as humorous as the first Black Bird volume and even more endearing. Misao and Kyo make the cutest couple . . . and those kissing scenes . . . ♥_♥ I cannot wait to see what Sakurakouji has up her sleeves for volume three!

Taro obsessed,

♥One Curvy Blogger

This review was originally posted on One Curvy Blogger

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review 2013-10-15 18:50
Black Bird
Black Bird, Vol. 1 - Kanoko Sakurakouji

I've seen these manga books out on display for the past couple of weeks in Barnes and Nobel and they keep catching my eye. I finally broke down and started reading them and boy! I love manga and comics but this series is awesome! It's a lovely sexually tensed story and I am falling very quickly for Kyou. I do love the sexual tension between Kyou and Misao it's very different then the usual manga I've read and it's refreshing. I can't wait to read the rest of this series and see how it plays out. 

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review 2013-10-09 01:53
Black Bird vol. 17 by Kanoko Sakurakoji
Black Bird, Vol. 17 - Kanoko Sakurakouji

I received this book for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

 

It feels like it’s been quite a while since I read a volume of Black Bird. The distance is a good thing. It helped me stay interested. When I was catching up on it, I was getting a little tired of the story. Mostly, it’s because it always feels like it’s about to end, but it never does. Now that we’re in the final story arc, I don’t have to worry too much about how long this manga is going to last.

 

Kyo is still hell bent on finding a way to save Misao. Not that I blame him, but he’s kind of turned selfish in the process. When his father tell him he might know of a way to give them more time to find a way to save her, he almost demands Misao to do what he says even though she has a lot to lose. This volume really showed me how much these two have grown together in the series. Misao has really learned how to stand up for herself and speak up when she’s feeling hesitant about something Kyo wants her to do. It’s taken Kyo a while to grow because he can be pretty stubborn. I really enjoyed seeing who they’ve become together. Kyo’s father is one character I’m keeping an eye on. He’s still mysterious and I can never tell what his real motives are. In this volume, he’s telling Misao one thing, then contradicting himself by telling Kyo another. We’ll see how that pans out. Over all, this was a good addition to the series and I’m ready to see how things will pan out.

 

I recommend this series to ages 16 and up due to sexual content. It’s pretty mild, but still.

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