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Black Butler

Black Butler by Yana Toboso

Sebastian Michaelis, the butler to Ciel Phantomhive, the twelve-year-old earl, is the perfect servant, adept at every task from preparing meals to dispatching gangsters, so good at everything he does that he cannot possibly be human.


Black Butler series:
  1. Vol. I
  2. Vol. II
  3. Vol. III
  4. Vol. IV
  5. Vol. V
  6. Vol. VI
  7. Vol. VII
  8. Vol. VIII
  9. Vol. IX
  10. Vol. X
  11. Vol. XI 
  12. Vol. XII
  13. Vol. XIII 
  14. Vol. XIV
  15. Vol. XV
  16. Vol. XVI  
  17. Vol. XVII 
  18. Vol. XVIII
  19. Vol. XIX  
  20. Vol. XX
  21. Vol. XXI

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