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Kuroshitsuji Episode 14



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 14



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.


A 24-episode anime adaption, directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures, aired from October 2008 to March 2009. The second season, Kuroshitsuji II, aired in 2010 spanning 18 episodes with two new main characters, Alois Trancy and Claude Faustus. A live action film adaptation was released in Japan on January 18, 2014. A third anime series, titled Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus, was broadcast between July 10 and September 12, 2014.[1] A two-part OVA titled Kuroshitsuji: Book of Murder screened in Japanese theaters on October 25, and November 15 2014.[2][3]


In July 2008, it was announced that an anime adaption of Black Butler, directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures, was expected. It premiered in October 2008 and broadcast on MBS as well as theTBS.[15][16][17] On January 1, 2009, a limited edition DVD containing the first episode was released by Aniplex.[18] The next three episodes were released on another DVD on February 25, event, on June 14, 2009, it was announced that the anime would be returning for a second series. Japanese voice actor Junichi Suwabe confirmed this news on his official blog later that day.[19][20] The second series, Kuroshitsuji 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.[21]


Black Butler was an anime series that ran from 2008 to 2014. In total 46 episodes of Black Butler were aired. With a total of 27 reported filler episodes, Black Butler has a very high filler percentage of 59%.


A 24-episode anime adaption, directed by Toshiya Shinohara and produced by A-1 Pictures, aired from October 2008 to March 2009. The second season, Kuroshitsuji II, aired in 2010 spanning 18 episodes with two new main characters, Alois Trancy and Claude Faustus, following the aftermath of the first season. This series was the anime's own adaptation and did not feature in the manga. A live action film adaptation was released in Japan on January 18, 2014. A third anime series, titled Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus, was broadcast between July 10 and September 12, 2014. A two-part theatrical OVA titled Kuroshitsuji: Book of Murder screened in Japanese theaters on October 25, and November 15, 2014. An animated film for the series was green-lit, and will be released in early 2017.


What do you mean we don't have enough data? We do, just look at "The World of Ao no Exorcist". All that has to be done, is add one of those pages in the category to the main page slider. The main page slider is supposed to give you a taste of the content of the series, so it just has to be more like that. And then for the fourth, just add Characters. Look at the One Piece Wiki, they have the series, episodes, species and merchandise. That's a brief look at the wiki, and that's what is needed here too.


For the slider, Im going to need more images and at the moment there are none. Im trying to find some HD images from the scans. Maybe Ill put some images from the episodes. DSM144 11:55, July 25, 2011 (UTC)


Shouldn't we split up the manga and anime canons on character pages? Like how on other wikis, they have the anime synopsis section, and manga synopsis section? It just seems to make more sense, seeing as of episode 15/16, the anime has split from the manga. 041b061a72


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