Black Butler : v. 11 Paperback
by Yana Toboso
Is that butler really deceased?! Jeremy, the great detective who arrives at Phantomhive Manor at the behest of the late Sebastian, is actually - ?!
In order to effectively execute his own plan to catch a killer at the manor before his untimely passing, what other machinations did the unparraled manservant put into motion?!
Will the case of the Phantomhive Manor Murders finally be closed? And will the house get its butler back? Or is this really the end?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 176 pages, Illustrated throughout
- Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
- Publication Date: 30/10/2012
- Category: Manga
- ISBN: 9780316225335
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Review by Kassilem
I got my explanation. And what an explanation it was. The rendition of it was kind of funny actually in all that Sebastian had to do to accomplish his goals but the overall explanation itself is a good example of why this series is "gothic". I forget sometimes that Ciel and Sebastian aren't necessarily the good guys here. Toboso makes sure to remind the reader every once in a while. Despite that I still really like the two characters. Again, that is sort of odd since not much is known about Sebastian and Ciel's history, what we know of it at this point, while certainly horrendous, does not justify some of the things he does. There is some deep psychology hidden somewhere her. I just have to wait until Toboso pulls it out. I'd also love to know more about Sebastian. Hopefully in the next few arcs. :)