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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
If this story didn't keep you on the edge of your seat, then what kind of butler would he be? 28 April 2011
By Cori - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The folks on DeviantArt.com were such a twitter about Black Butler that when I had the CHANCE to watch the entire first season, I knew I'd eventually succumb to curiosity and utilize that chance. Although, I hesitated--I don't do well with horror movies, and I couldn't quite imagine a story about a boy selling his soul to a very dark, savvy demon butler to work out well. Especially because there are so many animes that don't mind being disturbingly violent.

That being said, as soon as I started, it couldn't be stopped. I was taken in, dark or not. Though... I never thought I would laugh so hard, despite the grim subject matter. I constantly found myself laughing out loud! Sebastian is not a demon who's above goofy repeat lines or a good solid pun. He may be out to swallow Ciel's soul, but you really seem to forgive him because he's so fun to watch and so fun to listen to. That and the anime will slide back and forth between a "Hello Kitty" style to something similar to "Vampire Hunter D" so quickly, it will make your head spin or, if you're me, giggle with delight.

That being said--it gets dark on the last episode. I won't spoil anything, but you should know that you might get disturbed by the darkness. And you will probably not laugh, unless there's something wrong with you, because there's nothing funny about it. The last couple of episodes can make you get goosebumps, and the end (which is the 12th episode) will probably slap a frown on your face and it will stay there for at least a few solid hours. Still, I can't take away a star. It DOES *end* solidly, despite the end being a little hard to swallow. I actually had trouble sleeping after I saw it.

You get the treat in Part 2 to learn more about Ciel, more about his parents, more about the contract, and more about his servants and WHY he allows for so much incompetance. Truthfully, I wished there was more. Still, there isn't too much meat on any one episode--they're EXTREMELY short episodes. That being said, they're all very good. But if you think you can just sit down and watch them one at a time, think again, because you would find yourself very unsatisfied if you did.

In fact--my only FAIR complaint is that the beginning title and end title together take up about 6 minutes of every 24 minute episode because no one told them a show's title should only take about 30 seconds... In this season, you'll watch about an hour of title or more. Still, it won't put you off to keep coming back until you reach the grim conclusion. After all, he's one HELL of a butler!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Black Butler: Season One, Part 2 14 Feb. 2011
By Yamila - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Update: I deleted my 1st post because I didn't seem to make it clearly and I wanted people to get off my butt with my recent post. (And people have been addressing me as a HE and not a SHE...)Plus, I've purchased both this part and the 1st part and the manga by the way. Not trying to sound rude or anything but people have different views of this. So, this is what I see in this second part:

A while ago FUNimation released the first installment of Black Butler's first season. The show proved to be a fun enigmatic supernatural romp with fan-service (on the yaoi side) and a rather interesting premise. Ultimately I was left with a positive impression of the show and was eagerly anticipating the second installment. Guess what I just finished watching?

In case you missed my review of the first release, Black Butler is a series about a young boy named Ciel Phantomhive. He is the heir to the Phantomhive estate and along with the riches comes power to some extent, as he's a tool for the Queen to use as she sees fit. Cie's reputation precedes him in nearly every circumstance, which is remarkable considering he's just a young boy. Behind every great boy is a sketchy man (at least in the perfect yaoi world) and in this case that guy is Sebastian, Ciel's butler.

Sebastian isn't just an ordinary butler. Sure he can make a mean set of tea and crumpets, but he also happens to be a demon that answers to Ciel's command. The cost of such a relationship is the inevitable consumption of Ciel's soul by Sebastian. I suppose it's a small price to pay for power and influence, even if it just lasts for a short time. In the first volume we were introduced to the two protagonists and a host of secondary cast members. The series was often episodic in the sense that there were self-contained storylines, but most of these lasted for multiple episodes. A little bit of lore came through towards the end of the first half, and this second volume picks up where the original release left off.

This installment picks up with episode 13. As the episode opens we are introduced to Prince Soma and his servant, Agni, who quite literally wind up bumping into Ciel and Sebastian. Soon enough they mend their rocky introduction and the pair of master and servant actually wind up staying at the Phantomhive Estate for some time. There's more to Agni's character than initially meets the eye, however, and by the end of this storyline we actually get to see the Queen in the subsequent episode. The conclusion of the Soma and Agni plotline is rather corny, but there's a certain charm to it.

As the show moves forward there are some episodic episodes, and a smallish storyline that deals with an angel of sorts. The show continues to introduce new characters at it heads towards its finale, though I must say they add something to the show. The villains in this series have always been intriguing in a sense and I'm pleased to report this installment is no different. I also don't want to divulge much about the conclusion of the series, but let's just say it's rather dramatic and finite (though there is a second season, so maybe it's not as definite as one might think).

If you saw, and appreciated, the first installment of Black Butler, then you'll definitely enjoy what's in store with these episodes. The show provides some solid adventures at its midpoint and towards its final run, and ultimately it's entertaining. I'd still profess that it's not entirely for everyone though. The yaoi fan-service, though relatively light, is still omnipresent, and that's definitely something that's not for everyone. Even so the show is intriguing and enjoyable enough to warrant a universal recommendation.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
AMAZING!!! I LOVE GRELL! 19 July 2011
By Ashley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Okay, so I had never ever seen Black Butler until I attended AMA a few weeks ago. There I met a woman dressed as Madam Red and attended the midnight showing of it. I was intrigued by the show (I only got to see one episode) so after I returned home I had to buy it. I bought both parts and watched them immediately after their arrival. After I started watching I found myself unable to stop. I literally stayed up until 3 in the morning watching this show!! Then my best friend borrowed it and now we are incredibly obsessed with it! This is defiantly my favorite anime of ALL TIME! My favorite episode has to be the extra one where they put on Hamlet. "Hamlet, I want to wrap you in the bacon of my arms. Ham, Ham, Ham, I want to be your Eggs! Ham!" - Viscount Druitt :D :D
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Black Butler - Reviewed by Haunted Flower 22 Mar. 2011
By Haunted Flower - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Gina reviews "Black Butler" Season 1 Part 2 on DVD starring the voices of Brina Palencia as Ciel Phantomhive and J Michael Tatum as Sebastian in this story of a boy and his butler exactly revenge for the death of his parents while lording over the criminal underworld as the Queen's guard dog.
Now and Again 8 Dec. 2013
By Jessica Ward - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I wasn't a fan of the ending, but I liked most of it. The characters aren't very dynamic and some of them are more annoying than anything. There are some funny points and some sad, but for the most part it was just something that was good to watch every now and again.
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