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Black Butler: Book of Circus (Season 3) - Official Trailer
Black Butler: Book of Circus
Black Butler is an anime series adapted from the manga series of the same title by Yana Toboso. Directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures , Black Butler follows the adventures of Sebastian Michaelis , a demon butler who is obligated to serve Ciel Phantomhive , the thirteen-year-old 13 years old as of chapter 14 head of the Phantomhive noble family, due to a contract he made with Ciel. The anime adaptation of the manga was confirmed on July 11, by Gakken 's Animedia magazine,  and the official website of the anime began to stream a trailer of the anime on July 26, Three pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: one opening theme and two closing themes. The opening theme is "Monochrome no Kiss" though written as Monochrome Kiss by the Japanese rock band Sid , while the first ending theme is "I'm Alive!
Sign in. Watch now. Title: Black Butler: Book of Circus —. At party held at Phantomhive Manor is; in secret, a set up by Ciel to gather information on one of his guest for the queen. But when the attended target is murder in the middle of night, In late-nineteenth century England, one year and three months after the dramatic conclusion of the original series, Kuroshitsuji II introduces a new butler and young master.
The season ended on September 5, , comprising a total of 10 episodes. On January 16, , the cover of the February issue of Square Enix 's Monthly G Fantasy magazine announced that production on a new anime series, Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus , has been green-lit. In late-nineteenth-century England, the Noah's Ark Circus enlivens the city of London with their grandeur and spectacular stunts. However, children are mysteriously disappearing from the town in a manner correlating to the troupe's movement. The Queen , then, sends her notorious Watchdog, Ciel Phantomhive , on an investigative mission to retrieve the missing children. Ciel and his demon butler, Sebastian Michaelis , infiltrate the circus, disguised as team members, to study and possibly unearth its ulterior motive. Sign In Don't have an account?
The Black Butler franchise has had an interesting history to say the least; the still on-going manga spawned an anime adaptation in back in which lasted 24 episodes, and, rather unusually for the genre, provided a very satisfying conclusion that left no room for a sequel. However, in it got one anyway; at first glance, it seemed to be a whole new earl and demonic butler dynamic but was actually a continuation of the previous series, ending in a controversial manner that divided many fans. A live action film, that took the concept even further by setting it in modern times, was released in and again was met with mixed results. Later that year however, an all-new anime series was released that went in an unusual direction; instead of continuing with its own anime canon, they decided to adapt the much-loved Book of Circus arc from the original manga. The anime is merely 10 episodes long but the running time is well spent in building the mystery, adding layers to the new circus characters and giving the cast we already know and love a chance to be pushed outside their comfort zones. Black Butler has always been a series that can juggle comedy and darkness very effectively, so the imagery seesawing between circus performances leading to unexpected child murders is handled well, with Ciel being pushed to his limits in several ways from having to do his own cooking and cleaning whilst undercover, to facing the darkest episodes of his past towards the end.