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Black Butler, Vol. 4 (Black Butler, 4) (edition 2011)

by Yana Toboso (Creator)

Series: Kuroshitsuji (15-19), Black Butler (Volume 04)

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London - the capital of the Great Empire - is once again under siege, as a string of bizarre attacks on British citizens returned from India sends rumours flying and casts a pall upon Queen Victoria's rule. Sent in by Her Majesty, young Earl Phantomhive and his most capable butler, Sebastian, follow a trail that collides head-on with an Indian youth who claims to be a prince. And this prince possesses an extraordinary butler of his own! As an intense rivalry between the two butlers begins to form, will the kitchen be the dueling duo's final battleground?!… (more)
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Title:Black Butler, Vol. 4 (Black Butler, 4)
Authors:Yana Toboso (Creator)
Info:Yen Press (2011), Edition: Illustrated, 192 pages
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Black Butler, Volume 4 by Yana Toboso

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Here begins the Agni & Soma arc of Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler, which I adore. Prince Soma is absolutely adorable, especially when pestering Ciel, and Agni is pretty awesome too. However, one of my favorite parts of this volume isn't the humor (although it is good too!) but how it explores Ciel's character as a parallel to Soma's. To put it bluntly, they've both been through some shit, although Ciel has arguably had it much rougher. As I believe Sebastian points out, in another time Ciel could have grown up to be a lot like Soma if certain events in the past hadn't happened. Another great volume. Makes me wonder why no one has tried to make and sell Phantomhive-brand confections at any anime conventions, though. I can't imagine they wouldn't do well! ( )
  sarahlh | Mar 6, 2021 |
I love Black Butler! But I found the supporting characters in this issue annoying. A prince from India and his servant - please, leave! I am interested in the curry competition, though. ( )
  Chica3000 | Dec 11, 2020 |
Ahhh, the volume where we are introduced to the unforgettable Prince Soma and his loyal servant Agni...
  DanielleBates | Sep 16, 2020 |
Ahhh, the volume where we are introduced to the unforgettable Prince Soma and his loyal servant Agni...
  DanielleBates | Sep 16, 2020 |
Ahhh, the volume where we are introduced to the unforgettable Prince Soma and his loyal servant Agni...
  DanielleBates | Sep 16, 2020 |
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London - the capital of the Great Empire - is once again under siege, as a string of bizarre attacks on British citizens returned from India sends rumours flying and casts a pall upon Queen Victoria's rule. Sent in by Her Majesty, young Earl Phantomhive and his most capable butler, Sebastian, follow a trail that collides head-on with an Indian youth who claims to be a prince. And this prince possesses an extraordinary butler of his own! As an intense rivalry between the two butlers begins to form, will the kitchen be the dueling duo's final battleground?!

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