Black Butler, Vol. 1

Black Butler, Vol. 1 - Yana Toboso, Tomo Kimura It's not really my kind of thing, it's not bad it just didn't really make me want to see the series or the rest of the manga. I'm not sorry I read it but I just didn't really like it.

Sebastian, the Black Butler serves Ciel Phantomhive, Earl and toy-maker. It's a Victorian London where anything could happen and probably will.

It's a Japanese England and a big house that runs on, apparently, 4 servants...

Much slapstick and apparent effortless ease at everything with the Black Butler, some of his truths can be seen near the end.

Not my type of thing, entertaining but I wasn't really engaged.