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Black Butler: 10 Reasons It's A Must-Read Manga Series

Black Butler was a hit in the mid-2000s when it was released, and it is still going on strong to this day. It received an anime adaptation only a year after its release, a second season soon after, and after a long-awaited wait, two anime series, and a movie.

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While the main focus is on Ciel Phantomhive andhis demonic butler Sebastian, there is so much more to this than what it appears. When you dive into the manga, you will be sure to be immersed in the story. Here are ten reasons Black Butler is a must-read manga series. Beware of spoilers as this speaks about the manga.


One thing about the Black Butler series is that the food always looks delectable. The food is always drawn beautifully. Sebastian always prepares a menu for Ciel, including different varieties of tea, as well as a three-course meal featuring dessert at the end.

While most of the food is composed of British-style food like scones, depending on the story arc, the food adjusts. If Lau and Ran-Mao are around, they eat Chinese-style food. If there is a Japanese guest, Sebastian prepares Japanese-style food. No matter the food, it will surely make you hungry while reading, so you better not read on an empty stomach.


If you thought Black Butler was only about a young boy and his demonic butler's daily life, then you are sorely mistaken. Sebastian isn't a handsome face that pours tea and works all day. His specialty is household utensils, particularly forks and knives, and the Phantomhive servants are nothing to scoff at, either.

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Baldroy is a tactician who used to serve in the American Army, Finnian was a human experiment who has super strength, and Mey-Rin is a sniper who doesn't require a scope to kill you from far away. Even Tanaka knows advanced techniques when he isn't sipping green tea.


The first season of Black Butler adapted the first and second arc before beginning a non-canonical one that "finished" the series before receiving a second season. While Black Butler: Book of Circus, Black Butler: Book of Murder, and Black Butler: Book of Atlantic all adapt canon story arcs, there are plenty more to become immersed in when you read the manga.

With each arc, some hints become more evident the more you read. For arcs such as the Emerald Witch Arc and the most surprising Blue Cult Arc, you become more immersed in the story and learn more about the characters' backgrounds.


If you did not know already, Black Butler is published in GFantasy and releases a new chapter each month. This makes for the story to feel less rushed than those published weekly in Weekly Shounen Jump, but also makes the wait more excruciating for those who read the serialization.

RELATED: All 10 Episodes Of Black Butler: Book Of Circus, Ranked (According To IMDb)

Yana Toboso seems to enjoy making shorter chapters, such as thirteen or twenty pages if the fans are lucky, and give us a cliffhanger that makes fans excited for each time. The chapters are short and sweet. Some cliffhangers even hint at characters' grim fates or a twist about them we did not know, such as Undertaker.


Black Butler may be targeted toward the shounen demographic, but that doesn't mean it doesn't get dark at times. While it is called a shounen-thriller, it is also a psychological manga. A lot of the themes are hinted at with things such as mind games and twisted words. Yana Toboso also tends to depict not only characters talking to each other with a motif of what's happening.

If a character is freaking out, it not only shows that but a chilling expression and something that might make it look even more frightening. Just when you think something happening can't get any worse, it does.


Black Butler holds many secrets, with the biggest of all being shrouded in darkness. The series is a melting pot for various mysteries and cases as Ciel takes them on each arc as the Queen's Watchdog. There are a lot of cases in the underbelly of London that occur from a circus arc kidnapping children to a luxury cruise ship hosting a cult who wishes to raise the dead.

While we are presented with problems that would not warrant the blink of an eye at first, the deeper the mystery goes, the more interesting the case becomes as a whole.


Even though Black Butler has psychological and thriller themes, that doesn't mean you can't breathe a sigh of relief every once in a while. Even if the last chapter had a battle that went on for months, there are hints of comedy within the newest chapters so you don't feel too depressed afterward.

Even during the most serious of moments, there is a glimmer of comedy to make you smile. Black Butler has a myriad of serious topics it tackles like war and child kidnapping, but it also manages to make you smile after all the horrible stuff that had occurred.


Fans who have only watched the anime may only know about the house servants and two of the Grim Reapers, but the cast has grown since those days. Black Butler has been going on for over a decade now, so it's expected to see new faces being introduced.

For example, characters like Sullivan from the Emerald Witch Arc is a new face that fans adored once they were introduced to her, and Othello and Sascha, the newest Grim Reapers since Grell Sutcliff and William T. Spears. Although we do not yet know too much about them, they all seem interesting.


Yana Toboso's art style had changed over the years from when she first began drawing Black Butler in 2006. Since it takes a month to draw everything along with her assistants, she probably has more time than most to improve upon her craft.

From the delectable food to the character's expressions and aesthetics of fantasy, everything is beautiful. You can see how much time it takes to make each line and ink everything and how much detail is in a single panel. The most drastic change is how she has drawn the main characters, as Sebastian's looks have become absolutely terrifying.


You can't have a successful manga if you cannot grab a reader's attention, but Black Butler has no problem making you want to find out more. Just when you think you know everything about a character, you get slapped in the face with a plot twist about them.

The most prominent example is Undertaker, the funeral parlor director who turned out to be a Grim Reaper who abandoned his title. At the same time, the most shocking is the secret behind Ciel Phantomhive. Yana Toboso is excellent at throwing plot twists in that make sense and turning fans' heads with how outrageous they are. The next time you think about what to read, perhaps it's time to give Black Butler a try.

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Black Butler

Japanese media franchise created by Yana Toboso

Kuroshitsuji Volume 1 cover.jpg

Manga volume 1 cover, featuring Sebastian Michaelis

Written byYana Toboso
Published bySquare Enix
English publisher
ImprintG Fantasy Comics
MagazineMonthly GFantasy
English magazine
Original runSeptember 16, 2006 – present
Volumes31 (List of volumes)
Directed by
Produced by
  • Hiroo Maruyama
  • Hiroyuki Shimizu
  • Shunsuke Saito
  • Mikihiro Iwata
Written byMari Okada
Music byTaku Iwasaki
StudioA-1 Pictures
Licensed by
Original networkJNN (MBS)
English network
Original run October 3, 2008 – September 17, 2010
Episodes36 + 7 OVA (List of episodes)
Directed byNoriyuki Abe
Produced by
  • Yasutaka Kimura
  • Kozue Kaneniwa
  • Ryū Hashimoto
  • Shinobu Satō
  • Ayako Yokoyama
  • Katsunori Kubo
  • Hirotsugu Ogisu
Written byHiroyuki Yoshino
Music byYasunori Mitsuda
StudioA-1 Pictures
Licensed by
Original networkJNN (MBS)
English network
Original run July 10, 2014 – September 12, 2014
Episodes10 (List of episodes)
Directed byNoriyuki Abe
Produced by
  • Yasutaka Kimura
  • Kozue Kaneniwa
  • Ryū Hashimoto
  • Shinobu Satō
  • Ayako Yokoyama
  • Katsunori Kubo
  • Hirotsugu Ogisu
Written byHiroyuki Yoshino
Music byYasunori Mitsuda
StudioA-1 Pictures
Licensed by
ReleasedOctober 25, 2014 – November 15, 2014
Runtime60 minutes (each)
Episodes2 (List of episodes)
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Black Butler (Japanese: 黒執事, Hepburn: Kuroshitsuji) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yana Toboso. It has been serialized in Square Enix' shōnen manga magazine Monthly GFantasy since September 2006. The series follows Ciel Phantomhive, a twelve-year-old boy head of the Phantomhive household, an aristocratic family known as the Queen's Watchdog. He is tasked with solving crimes in London's underworld. Ciel has formed a contract with Sebastian Michaelis to seek revenge against those who tortured him and murdered his parents. Sebastian is a demon who has taken on the disguise of a butler, and in exchange for his services, he will be allowed to consume Ciel's soul.

A 24-episode anime adaption produced by A-1 Pictures aired from October 2008 to March 2009. A second season aired in 2010 spanning 12 episodes with two new main characters, Alois Trancy and Claude Faustus, following the aftermath of the first season. This series had an original storyline and did not feature manga content. A third anime series, titled Black Butler: Book of Circus, was broadcast between July and September 2014. A two-part theatrical original video animation (OVA) titled Black Butler: Book of Murder screened in Japanese theaters in October and November 2014. A live action film adaptation was released in Japan in January 2014. An animated film for the series, titled Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic, premiered in Japan in January 2017.

In North America, the series has been licensed by Yen Press in North America and published in Yen Plus from August 2009 to July 2010. The anime series has been licensed by Funimation. Funimation lost the rights to the first two season and they were later acquired by Aniplex of America.

As of January 2021, the Black Butler manga had over 30 million copies in circulation.


See also: List of Black Butler characters

In Victorian-era London lives a thirteen-year-old earl named Ciel Phantomhive, who acquired this position after the events of December 14, 1885 (Ciel's 10th birthday), when the Phantomhive manor was attacked by unidentified perpetrators and was set ablaze. Ciel, amidst the chaos, discovers his parents, Vincent and Rachel Phantomhive, to be dead along with the family dog, Sebastian. The same night he is kidnapped by the attackers and then sold into slavery, where he ends up in the hands of a sadistic, demon-worshipping cult. Ciel then endures endless physical, mental and sexual abuse at the hands of his captors. Ciel was also heat branded with a mark referred to as the "mark of the beast". One night, during a sacrificial ceremony to summon a demon, instead of forming a contract with the cult members, the demon states that he was summoned by Ciel, therefore he only agrees to form a contract with him, killing all the cultist members in the process. To show a contract was formed, the demon places a contract symbol referred to as the Faustian contract symbol on Ciel's right eye, giving it a purple hue, and his iris and pupil now showcase the symbol of the covenant. After the formation of the contract, the demon reveals he will consume Ciel's soul as payment for helping him achieve his goal; revenge on those who brought down the House of Phantomhive. Afterwards Ciel names the demon Sebastian Michaelis, after his deceased pet dog. The duo then return to society as Ciel takes over his now late father's previous position as the queen's watchdog, a very high-profile individual who is tasked with investigating cases that Queen Victoria herself deems especially important or threatening to England and the crown.



Main article: List of Black Butler chapters

Written and illustrated by Yana Toboso, Black Butler has been serialized in Square Enix's shōnen manga magazine Monthly GFantasy since September 16, 2006.[4][5] Square Enix has collected its chapters into individual tankōbon volumes. The first volume was released on February 27, 2007.[6] As of October 27, 2020, thirty volumes have been released.[7]

Yen Press licensed the series for an English language release and serialized the manga in Yen Plus' August 2009 issue for the magazine's first anniversary.[3] The publisher released the first volume on January 26, 2010.[8] As of August 18, 2020, twenty-nine volumes have been released.[9]

French publisher Kana licensed the series in under the Dark Kana imprint as Black Butler. The publisher released the first volume in November 2009.[10]Carlsen Comics has licensed the series in Germany as Black Butler, the same title used for the French and English releases. Black Butler have been also published in Italy by Panini Comics.[11] In Poland, Waneko is publishing the manga as original Kuroshitsuji with subtitle Mroczny kamerdyner – as of February 2013, nine volumes have been released.[12] The series has been published in Finland under the original Japanese name Kuroshitsuji by Punainen jättiläinen since July 2012. In Spain, the series has been published in Norma Editorial since November 2011 under the title Black Butler.[13]

Drama CD[edit]

On August 10, 2007, a drama CD was released by Frontier Works. It featured many of the characters appearing in volumes one and two.[14] A second drama CD was released on November 26, 2008 under the Aniplex label.[15]


Main article: List of Black Butler episodes

In July 2008, it was announced that an anime adaption of Black Butler, directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures. It premiered in October 2008 and broadcast on MBS as well as the TBS.[16][17][18] On January 1, 2009, a limited edition DVD containing the first episode was released by Aniplex.[19] The next three episodes were released on another DVD on February 25, 2009. On an event on June 14, 2009, it was announced that the anime would be returning for a second series. Japanese voice actorJunichi Suwabe confirmed this news on his official blog later that day.[20][21] The second series, Black Butler II, premiered in July and follows a butler, Claude Faustus, and his master, Alois Trancy, as well as Sebastian and Ciel. Both new characters were designed by Toboso.[22] Aniplex later released the complete Blu-ray and DVD on May 7, 2014.[23]

On March 29, 2010, North American anime distributor Funimation announced on their online FuniCon 3.0 panel that they had licensed Black Butler.[24] At Anime Expo 2010, Funimation also announced that they would stream the simulcast series, Black Butler II.[25] Funimation announced on their Facebook page that they had fully licensed the second season. Funimation released Black Butler Combo Pack Blu-ray/DVD first and second season on April 3, 2012. The series made its North American television debut on February 8, 2011 on the Funimation Channel.[26] Funimation lost the rights to the series' first season in 2017,[27] and the rights to the second season in 2018.[28] The first season is currently licensed by Aniplex of America and it was released on a Blu-ray Disc box set on January 29, 2019.[29] In November 2019, Funimation re-licensed the first two seasons for its streaming service.[30]

On January 16, 2014, it was announced that a third Black Butler anime series had been green-lit.[31][32][33] Titled Black Butler: Book of Circus, the series was a close adaptation of the manga, unlike the previous seasons, adapting the Noah's Ark Circus arc.[34] The series was directed by Noriyuki Abe at A-1 Pictures, with Hiroyuki Yoshino in charge of scripts, along with Ichiro Okuchi and Yuka Miyata as scriptwriters. The main cast from the previous anime series returned, along with new cast members, and the series aired from July 10, 2014, to September 12, 2014.[35] In addition, a two-part original video animation (OVA) titled the Book of Murder, an adaptation of the Phantomhive Manor Murders arc, was screened in Japanese theatres on October 25, and November 15, 2014. The OVAs featured returning staff from the previous season.[36][37]

On August 7, 2014, Funimation announced that they have licensed Black Butler: Book of Circus,[38] and have streamed it on their simulcast. Funimation released the series on Blu-ray and DVD on April 19, 2016.[39] Additionally, Funimation has licensed the two-part OVA Black Butler: Book of Murder and released it on May 17, 2016.[39]


That Butler, Friendship (その執事、友好, Sono Shitsuji, Yūkō), a musical adaptation of the manga, had run at the Sunshine Theater in Ikebukuro between May 28, 2009 and June 7, 2009.[40]Yuya Matsushita portrayed Sebastian Michaelis, Shougo Sakamoto played Ciel Phantomhive and Uehara Takuya as Grell Sutcliff.[41]

Musical Black Butler: The Most Beautiful Death in The World – A Thousand Souls and The Fallen Grim Reaper (ミュージカル「黒執事」〜ザ・モースト・ビューティフル・デス・イン・ザ・ワールド〜千の魂と堕ちた死神, Miūjikaru Kuroshitsuji – Za Mōsuto Byūtifuru Desu in za Wārudo – Sen no Tamashii to Ochita Shinigami),[42] the second musical adaptation of the manga, ran at Akasaka Act Theater (1300 seats) in Akasaka, Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka, between May 3 and May 23, 2010. Yuya Matsushita reprised his role as Sebastian Michaelis, Yukito Nishii played Ciel Phantomhive, and Uehara Takuya reprised his role as Grell Sutcliff. The other two main characters, Eric Slingby and Alan Humphries, were portrayed by Taisuke Saeki and Shinya Matsumoto, respectively. The musical was written by Mari Okada, directed by Sakurako Fukuyama, with music composed by Taku Iwasaki, and lyrics by Yukinojo Mori. A second run of The Most Beautiful Death in the World was announced in December 2012. It ran between May 17 and June 9, 2013 in the Akasaka ACT Theater (Akasaka, Tokyo) again, and the Umeda Arts Theater in Osaka. It was announced in February 2013 that Yuya Matsushita, Uehara Takuya, and Shuhei Izumi would reprise their roles as Sebastian Michaelis, Grell Sutcliff, and the Undertaker, respectively. The rest of the roles were re-cast, with Taketo Tanaka replacing Yukito Nishii as Ciel Phantomhive, and Shinji Rachi and Masataka Nakagauchi replacing Taisuke Saeki and Matsumoto Shinya in the roles of Eric Slingby and Alan Humphries.[43]

A third musical Lycoris that Blazes the Earth (地に燃えるリコリス, Chi ni Moeru Lycoris) was performed in September 2014. Most of the cast reprised their roles from the re-run of The Most Beautiful Death in the World although Fukuzaki Nayuta replaced Taketo Tanaka as Ciel Phantomhive and Yuka Terasaki replaced Saki Matsuda as Mey-Rin. Akane Liv was introduced as Madam Red, Yuusuke Hirose as Charles Phipps, Oota Motohiro as Charles Grey and Araki Hirofumi as Lau.[44] A re-run of the third Black Butler musical "Lycoris that Blazes the Earth" was scheduled to perform in November–December 2015.[45] It started in Osaka on November 7 then travel to Miyagi, Tokyo and Fukuoka.[46] The new run of the third musical was the first oversea tour in China (Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen) in December 2015.[46]Yuta Furukawa replaced Matsushita as Sebastian Michaelis.[45] Meanwhile, most of the cast from the third musical reprised their roles.

A fourth Black Butler musical, based on the Noah's Ark Circus arc of the manga, ran between November–December 2016. Yuta Furukawa reprised his role as Sebastian Michaelis, with Reo Uchikawa replacing Nayuta Fukuzaki as Ciel. Miura Ryosuke was introduced as Joker, Tano Asami as Beast and Tamaki Yuki as Snake, among others. Notably, Izumi Shuuhei reprised his role as the Undertaker again, making him the only original cast member still performing.[47]

A fifth Black Butler musical, Tango on the Campania, which was based on the Luxury Liner arc in the manga, ran between December 2017 to February 2018. Yuta Furukawa reprised his role as Sebastian Michaelis, with Reo Uchikawa also reprising his role as Ciel Phantomhive. Mikata Ryosuke was introduced as Ronald Knox, Okazaki Momoko as Elizabeth Midford, and others. Other actors from previous performers also reprised their roles, such as Uehara Takuya as Grell Sutcliff, Izumi Shuuhei as the Undertaker, and Sasaki Yoshihide as Viscount Druitt.[48][49]

Video game[edit]

A video game for Nintendo DS, called Kuroshitsuji Phantom & Ghost was developed by Square Enix and was released on March 19, 2009.[50] The game is sold in two versions, a limited first-press edition with a higher price and numerous extra goods, and a regular edition.


On February 27, 2009, the Black Butler Character Book "That Butler, Assembles" (黒執事 キャラクターガイド 「その執事、集合」, Kuroshitsuji Character Guide "Sono Shitsuji, Shūgō") was released.[51] The TV Animation Black Butler Black Record (TVアニメーション「黒執事」 Black Record) was released on March 27, 2009.[52] An official comics anthology Rainbow Butler (虹執事, Nijishitsuji) was also released on that date.[53]


Main articles: Black Butler (film) and Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic

It was announced on January 18, 2013 that the manga would be made into a live-action film starring Ayame Goriki as Genpou Shiori, Hiro Mizushima as Sebastian Michaelis. Filming began in April 2013 and the film was released on January 18, 2014.[54][55]

On October 10, 2015, it was announced an animated film for the series has been green-lit, and the original anime cast returned to reprise their roles.[56] On February 17, 2016, the film Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic, was confirmed to be an animated adaptation of the Luxury Liner (豪華客船, Gōka Kyakusen) arc from the original manga. It was released in Japan on January 21, 2017.[56][57] On April 1, 2017, Funimation announced that they have licensed the animated film and would screen it in a limited theatrical release in North America later in the year.[58]Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic, premiered in Japan on January 21, 2017, and in North America on the selected dates of June 12 and 14, 2017.


As of January 2021, the Black Butler manga had over 30 million copies in circulation worldwide.[59] Individual volumes alone have done well in weekly polls in Japan, taking several high spots.[60][61][62][63] In addition to the volumes, the comics anthology Rainbow Butler ranked seventeenth during the week of March 31 to April 6 2009, selling 41,083 copies after ranking thirty-third the previous week.[64] The fourth and fifth volumes ranked thirty-third and thirty-ninth of the top-selling manga in Japan during 2008, selling 529,210 copies and 468,550 copies respectively.[65] The sixth volume ranked thirteenth of the top-selling manga in Japan during the first half of 2009, selling 619,501 copies.[66] The series itself was ranked tenth of the top-selling manga series in Japan during 2009, selling a total of 1,603,197 estimated copies.[67]

The Japanese music distributor Recochoku has created an annual survey of which anime characters that people would like to marry. Sebastian Michaelis ranked ninth in the category "The Character I Want to Be My Groom".[68]

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