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Kuroshitsuji

Kuroshitsuji
Episodes: 24 Start date: End date:

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* Based on a shounen manga by Toboso Yana, serialised in GFantasy.

One of the noble families of England Phantomhive`s butler Sebastian Michaelis has unquestionably perfect knowledge, manners, talent with materials, martial arts et cetera but is also able to serve a 12 year old master.

Wearing a grey tailcoat, gracefully brewing the worlds strongest red tea, please watch to see how such a perfect butler copes with such a master...

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deaaath

  

This Anime...a jewel, a memory, a piece of me that I hold dear into my heart. This Anime is perfection (in my opinion). It was originally going to be a BL Anime, but was soon changed into a more wide ranged Anime, which I enjoy more. Anyway, onto the review.

(SPOILER ALERT)

The whole Anime is working towards the ending, where Sebastian Michaelis finalizes the contract between him and his master Ciel Phantomhive. And Black Butler does a great job at working towards that. Around the beginning there are some fillers really, just some introductions to get you into what the Anime is going to be about. Ciel Phantomhive lost his family due to the Phantomhive residence burning down when he was a young age, soon he was greeted by Sebastian Michaelis to work with a contract. And this contract was pretty much Ciel selling his soul to Sebastian, and Sebastian promised to be by Ciels side until death no matter what, serving Ciel. 

I won't go into detail in what they face and sh1t, but I will say the overall plot of this Anime really took the cake. It was sorta supernatural, dealing with spirits in some episodes and living dolls even. This Anime brings to life the war between a Angel and Demon, life and death, Grim Reapers, and even Historical events! Such as the Jack the Ripper incident. 

Overall this Anime is great, Kuroshitsuji was great for its time, and it's still a great Anime for Newbies, or for Anime Veterans who are looking for a little bit of nostalgia from the 2000s. I have binged this Anime and its other Sequels over 4 times now, and still can't get enough of this Anime. Highly recommend! ;)

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cowboy

   0 of 1 member found this review helpful / 1 member

Kuroshitsuji was one of the first few anime I ever watched as a teenager. I'm a much bigger fan of the manga itself, it's more complex and is still ongoing and the anime stops short pretty early in the series, but it can still be watched standalone and is pretty good.

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RuthisianCodex

   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

I cannot say enough good things about this anime! I love just about anything set in Victorian England & this show seems to hit on some of my favorite points. I will suggest that if you haven't watched any of this before, do yourself a favor & be ready to say goodbye to characters at random & for twists that will leave your head spinning. Sebastian is such a bad ass, I just adore him!

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Mysteria

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Intriguing anime and interesting I watched the series three times

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