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Black Butler, Vol. 12 Kindle Edition
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- Book 12 of 22 in Black Butler (22 Book Series)
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It is rated OT for older teens due to language and violence. (warning: there is quite a lot of blood in this volume. And I mean a lot.)
Where do I start? There is sooooo much action and character development in this volume!
Pretty much everyone knows about the Titanic but did you know that there were zombies on board too?! Well maybe not really but it makes for a great story!
I'm happy that Ronald Knox is finally getting the attention he deserves! Plus everyone's favourite shinigami returns! There are plenty of fabulous moments in this arc, giving much needed comedy during a serious time.
At the end of the volume is what made me love Lizzie. She was in need of some character development and that is exactly what we get. I did not expect that at all!
I am really looking forward to the next volume. I think that this is one of the most perfect manga series with the most perfect characters I've ever seen.
However, I eventually got them, so on with the show. Here's the review for volume XII.
Volume XII, as a continuation from volume XI is just... okay. I mean, it's a bit of a patchwork mess, to be honest. This is around about the time where I started reading the manga every month as it came out in Japan, and reading something monthly means you tend to forget the little things that detract from the story. At least, I do. I was like: "Yay, Grell's back! Oh my god, now they're going to get the ball rolling in terms of story, and the arc is going to be awesome!"
...Except the Campania arc isn't so awesome, in hindsight. It just stuffs our characters onto the Titanic, and everything devolves into bland shounen fight scenes. Even in the slower scenes, where the characters are hiding from the zombies, or just interrogating the mad scientist who created them, it's not exactly paced very well. Things just... happen. I know that's a terrible description, but honestly, that's just the way it feels. There's no real cohesion between events in the story.
I mean, Sebastian disappears for half a chapter. We last see him activating the watertight doors in order to delay the ship sinking, then we see him climb up out of the ocean and muse on how the water is so cold, that Ciel would be very ill if he were to fall in. He's there one moment and there the next, and it's more than a wee bit jarring.Read more ›
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