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Black Butler, Vol. 19 by Yana Toboso
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Black Butler, Vol. 19 (edition 2015)

by Yana Toboso (Autor)

Series: Kuroshitsuji (88-92)

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Ciel and his butler Sebastian travel to Germany to investigate a string of deaths and wind up in a cursed forest, finding themselves face-to-face with a witch.
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Title:Black Butler, Vol. 19
Authors:Yana Toboso (Autor)
Info:Yen Press (2015), Edition: Translation, 176 pages
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This was good but some parts really annoyed me to no end. I wanted to correct the characters so much. ( )
  RinHanase | Mar 11, 2017 |
This was much better than the previous book in the series and I really am looking forward to this whole cursed forest/wolfman story arc that is started here.

This story continues with the whole creepy cursed forest and the strange Wolfman that haunts it. I really enjoyed the new storyline and absolutely loved the crazy Emerald witch. I am very excited to see what happens in the next volume.

Overall, I continue to enjoy our awesome regular characters and the amazing illustration throughout. I feel like this book started a much more exciting and interesting storyline than the boarding school storyline of the last few books. I would highly recommend this manga series to those who enjoy historical paranormal manga. ( )
  krau0098 | Apr 8, 2016 |
Sebastian, Ciel, and all of Ciel's staff end up stranded at the mysterious Emerald Castle in Germany, the temporary guests of Mistress Sullivan, the witch in charge of the village (which seems to only have women in it). Ciel and even Sebastian

end up injured by a miasma while investigating the surrounding forest. Sebastian serves as Sullivan's temporary butler while Ciel, caught up in terrible flashbacks that cause him to reject all but Finnian, recovers.

This volume's bonus: Black Ventriloquist.

I really liked this volume. We got to see Sebastian in (chemically produced) tears – Toboso's artwork was absolutely gorgeous here. And we got flashbacks to the time Ciel was held captive (okay, not so wonderful, especially since there were strong indications in past volumes that Ciel was probably raped in addition to being forced to be ritual fodder) as well as flashbacks to Finnian's past as a test subject. And Toboso reminded readers that Sebastian is a demon and couldn't care less about Ciel rejecting him.

Seeing Ciel so weak and broken was...upsetting. There's so much about this series that only works as long as Ciel is his usual abnormally mature and haughty self.

Mistress Sullivan was kind of fun, although I couldn't help but imagine Elizabeth's reaction to her. All the girls love Ciel, and he just finds them to be embarrassing/annoying. Heh.

(Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.) ( )
  Familiar_Diversions | Dec 20, 2015 |
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Kimura, TomoTranslatorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed

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