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Kuroshitsuji Episode 4 _VERIFIED_


After the sixth episode, the anime begins to diverge from the storyline of the manga. The second season, which premiered on July 2, 2010, and concluded on September 17, 2010, continues this original storyline. The third season, Book of Circus (黒執事サーカスの書, Kuroshitsuji: Sākasu no Sho), premiered on July 10, 2014, and concluded on September 12, 2014. Serving as a soft reboot of the anime, the series adapts the "Noah Ark Circus" arc from the manga while ignoring the anime-exclusive events of the previous two seasons. The series was followed by a two-episode OVA, Black Butler: Book of Murder, which adapts the "Phantomhive Manor Murders" arc.[4] The first OVA was released in Japanese cinemas on October 25, and the second on November 15, 2014.[5]




Kuroshitsuji Episode 4



Three pieces of theme music are used for the first season. 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!" by the American singer Rebecca Hollcraft, commonly known as Becca. The second ending, which began airing with episode 14, is "Lacrimosa" by Kalafina. Two singles containing the theme music and other tracks have been released; the single containing tracks from Sid was released on October 29, 2008 and the single from Becca was released on October 22, 2008.[3] The third single containing tracks from Kalafina has a release date of March 4, 2009.


For the second season, the opening song is "Shiver" by The Gazette and the ending song "Bird" is sung by Yuya Matsushita, and the single was released in August 2010. The ending for episode 8 is "Kagayaku Sora no Shijima ni wa" by Kalafina. The opening song for the third season is "ENAMEL" by Sid, while the ending song is "Aoki Tsuki Michite" by AKIRA.


2. That being said, this is the only adaptation of Kuroshitsuji I watched aside from the first few episodes of season 1. I have no idea what the fuck happened in the latter part of that season, and the entirety of season 2.


Spoiler warnings apply. Spoilers on the episodes themselves will not be formatted as noted above. What will be formatted as such would be comments and references to future plot events as it happened in the manga.


forever flamboyantly throwing flirtatious lines at Sebby, we get an idea on exactly what time is the second season set on. I initially thought that the second season serves as a sequel to the first season. However, watching episode 3 made me doubt that rash conclusion.


Given my love and adoration of the first series, I was always hesitant about the second and have to admit I dropped it after a few episodes in. But I have to stay after your in-depth analysis and very well argued points, I may just have to revisit the series. Netflix here I come.


A third season of the anime, covering the Noah's Circus arc and ignoring everything after a certain point from the anime's side, aired July 2014 as part of the Summer 2014 anime season, followed later in the year by a two episode OVA (at 50 minutes per episode) covering the Phantomhive Manor Mystery arc. An anime movie, an adaptation of the Ship Voyage Arc, was released in 2017.


The episodes of the 2008 Japanese animated television series Black Butler (黒執事 Kuroshitsuji?) are based on the Black Butler manga series drawn and illustrated by Toboso Yana. The episodes are directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures.[1] The plot of the episodes follows Sebastian Michaelis, a demon butler who is obligated to serve Ciel Phantomhive, the twelve-year-old head of the Phantomhive noble family, due to a contract he made with Ciel.


The episodes started airing on October 2, 2008 on Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting and Mainichi Broadcasting System. Other stations that air the episodes at later dates include Hokkaido Broadcasting, Kumamoto Asahi Broadcasting, RCC Broadcasting, Shizuoka Broadcasting System, Tokyo Broadcasting System, and several other broadcasting networks.[1] The anime adaptation of the manga was confirmed on July 11, 2008 by Gakken's Animedia magazine,[2] and the official website of the anime began to stream a trailer of the anime on July 26, 2008.[3] Two DVD compilations are planned for release by Aniplex; the first compilation is to be released on January 21, 2009 and the second on February 25, 2009.[4]


Three pieces of theme music are used for the episodes: one opening theme and two closing themes. The opening theme is "Monochrome Kiss" by the Japanese rock band Sid, the current closing which began airing with episode 14 is "Lacrimosa" by Kalafina, while the first closing theme is "I'm Alive!" by the American singer Rebecca Hollcraft, commonly known as Becca.[1] Two singles containing the theme music and other tracks have been released; the single containing tracks from Sid was released on October 29, 2008 and the single from Becca was released on October 22, 2008.[4] The third single containing tracks from Kalafina has a release date of March 4, 2009.


For the second season, the opening song is "Shiver" by The Gazette and the ending song "Bird" is sung by Yuuya Matsushita, and the single was released on August 2010. The ending for episode 8 is "Kagayaku Sora No Shijima Ni Wa" by Kalafina.


Kuroshitsuji translates to mean Black Butler. It is a manga series that began in 2006 with over 15 volumes. Anime adaptations from 2008 to 2011 amassed 43 episodes (36 TV and 7 OVA). Season 1 had 25 (24 TV + 1 OVA) and Season 2 had 18 (12 + 6 OVA). 041b061a72


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