Black Butler (黒執事 Kuroshitsuji) Publishers: Square Enix (Japan), Yen Press (English) Magazine: Monthly GFantasy Mangaka: Yana Toboso Demographic: Shounen Genre/Theme: Historical fiction, Black comedy, Dark fantasy, Psychological thriller Read Online: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, iBooks, and Kobo
Plot: When a terrible fire claims his parents, Ciel Phantomhive must step up as the head of his father's company and as Earl of Phantomhive Manor. It would be a lot for the young boy to handle were it not for his faithful butler, Sebastian. Ever at Ciel's side, it seems there's little Sebastian can't do, whether it's saving a dinner party gone awry or probing the dark secrets of London's underbelly. He's almost too good to be true...or at least, too good to be human...
Here's the Tōken Ranbu anthology which is set for September 27, 2016 release.
"The "Tōken Ranbu -ONLINE- Anthology Comic ~Sukueni no Jin~" anthology is on sale in Japan today. A splendid writing staff is gathered here now! Heartwarming, comedic, serious sword-men's various every day life: by all means seriously consider it!!"
According to the newest Oricon sales report for the week ended January 1, 2017, the 24th volume of Yana Toboso's dark fantasy manga series Kuroshitsuji/Black Butler, released on December 27, sold a very good 326,163 copies in its first week, becoming the top-selling manga in the last week of 2016 in Japan.
The manga has been serialized in Square Enix's Monthly G Fantasy since October 2006 and has printed over 23 million copies around the world. Its latest anime film adaptation, Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic is set for a release in Japan on January 21.
1. "Black Butler" vol.24 - 326,163 copies 2. "Otaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii" vol.3 - 175,234 copies 3. "Blue Exorcist" vol.18 - 133,736 copies 4. "Tokyo Ghoul:re" vol.9 - 128,535 copies 5. "Shokugeki no Soma" vol.22 - 107,682 copies 6. "Attack on Titan" vol.21 regular edition - 96,536 copies 7. "Seraph of the end" vol.13 - 91,425 copies 8. "Toriko" vol.43 - 87,414 copies 9. "Gintama" vol. 67 - 84,551 copies 10. "Kanojo wa Uso o Aishisugiteru" vol. 21 - 80,717 copies
I don't remember a teddy bear in the manga series?
Aniplex's official online store Aniplex+ will start accepting pre-orders for teddy bears inspired by Ciel Phantomhive from the Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic anime film released in January 2017 at 12:00 pm on March 25 (JST). The limited production items are produced by German-based plush toy company Steiff, internationally known for its teddy bear dolls. As reported, the company previously produced teddy bears based on Duralumin, which appears in Kiyohiko Azuma's Yotsuba&! manga series as the protagonist Yotsuba's friend teddy bear.
The price for the Ciel teddy bear is 43,000 yen (about 386 US dollars) and its scheduled shipping date is in mid-October 2017. Pre-orders will end when quantities have been reached.
Yana Tobosco, the mangaka of Black Butler, has commented n Twitter in regards of homosexual romance with her works
Even if they're stories that have homosexual romance (not just those with sexual love), what's interesting is still just interesting, so what's the problem? It's weird how male couples are immediately labelled as "for fujoshi" and also weird how people will deny them. I think some deniers mean the romance is not the main point of the story, but there are so many wonderful stories about same-sex romance...
Toboso also commented on writing boys-love in her past. She said:
In the past I wrote works with the main theme of boys-love (romance), and I was crushed by the overwhelming difficulty. Regardless of whether it's opposite-sex or same-sex, I think works with a main theme of romance are incredibly energetic things. For me, the degree of difficulty is higher in writing romance than in drawing zombie battles or tanks.
Taka: When I first got Disney Plus last year?, it didn't have a lot back then either. I think they added some new movies especially new ones. Like HBO Max and the defunct DC Universe, they are trying to focus on newer exclusive shows instead of building their
Nov 13, 2020 23:31:32 GMT
Taka: pre-existing library. Wreck it Ralph is worth it. The sequel might not be as good but it's still fun to watch.
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Old Man Dream: Just got done with Tarzan. I'll get around to posting a review for it sometime later today.
Nov 14, 2020 16:24:41 GMT
Old Man Dream: Tarzan review is up. Now getting into uncharted territory with Disney film's I've yet to see. Next in the retrospective, Fantasia 2000.
Nov 14, 2020 20:48:26 GMT
Old Man Dream: Fantasia 2000's done. See if I can get a review for it up sometime tonight.
Nov 15, 2020 0:27:24 GMT
Taka: Oh I see next Mon is a holiday in Japan hence why today is a big amount of manga releases and news of upcoming manga. Edit: The holiday is Labor Thanksgiving Day which is on Nov. 23.
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Old Man Dream: Wanted to pass along that I'm done with Lilo and Stitch as of a half-hour ago. Not sure if I'll get a review up tonight. But if not, should more than likely get it done sometime tomorrow.
Nov 23, 2020 2:14:47 GMT
Master Monster Menos: Back after my job had me laid off and ended up having to relocate afterwards. Your usual updates will return from here. Thank you Taka for your help as always.
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Taka: I was going to comment more. I have to write up my daily reports. I got a 2nd job, it's a temporary job online regarding social media and COVID-19 outreach towards an ethnic community. I woke up at a weird time but I slept more than 10 hours due to feeling
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Taka: sick or something. The 2019 manga project and the Best Anime Vice stuff will be posted before the end of November. I will get it done.
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