Kuroshitsuji manga

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Summary

From Yen Press:

Just a stone’s throw from London lies the manor house of the illustrious Phantomhive earldom and its master, one Ciel Phantomhive. Earl Phantomhive is a giant in the world of commerce, Queen Victoria’s faithful servant…and a slip of a twelve-year-old boy. Fortunately, his loyal butler, Sebastian, is ever at his side, ready to carry out the young master’s wishes. And whether Sebastian is called to save a dinner party gone awry or probe the dark secrets of London’s underbelly, there apparently is nothing Sebastian cannot do. In fact, one might even say Sebastian is too good to be true…or at least, too good to be human…

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Chapters(104)

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.98 : Vol 18 new

Oct 19, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.97 : Vol 18

Sep 20, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.96.5 : Vol 18Book of Circus Side Story: That Butler, Friendly

Sep 2, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.96 : Vol 18

Aug 18, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.95 : Vol 18

Jul 19, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.94 : Vol 18

Jun 20, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Ch.93

May 20, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.93 : Vol 18That Butler, Descent

May 20, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.92 : Vol 18That Butler, Service

Apr 21, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.91

Mar 20, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.90 : That Butler, Leaving

Feb 18, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.89

Jan 20, 2014

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.88

Dec 20, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.87

Nov 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Vol.18 Ch.86 : That Butler

Oct 19, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.85

Sep 23, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.84

Aug 24, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.83

Jul 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.82

Jun 20, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Vol.17 Ch.81 : That Butler, Victory

May 19, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Vol.17 Ch.80 : That Butler, NIce Bowling

Apr 19, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.79 : : That Butler, Final Battle

Mar 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.78

Feb 28, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.77

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.78 : : That Butler, Chase

Feb 17, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.76

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.75

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.74

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.73

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.72

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.71

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.70

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.69

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.68

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.67

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.65

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.64

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.63 : The Butler Home-Made Turkey is the Best

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.62 : That butler, Growth

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.61

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.60 : That Butler, Unrest

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.59 : That Butler, Compromise

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.58 : That Butler, Strike

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.57 : That Butler, Struggle

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.56 : That Butler ,Guess

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.55 : That Butler ,In Vain

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.54 : That Butler, Unparalelled

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.53 : That Butler, Brawl

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.52 : That Butler, Sailing

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.51 : That Butler, Setting Sail

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.50 : That Butler, Burial

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.49 : That Butler, Eccentric

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.48 : That Butler, Solution

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.47 : That Butler, Contemplating

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.46 : That Butler, Unnecessary

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.45 : That Butler, Transfer

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.44 : That Butler, Wailing

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.43 : That Butler, Robust

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.42 : That Butler, Substituted The Lost Butler

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.41 : That Butler, Death

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.40 : That Butler, Confinement

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.39 : That Butler, Astonishment

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.38 : That Butler, Pitiful

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.37 : That Butler, Brand - New

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.36 : That Butler Accompanying

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.35 : That Butler, Accomplished

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.34 : That Butler, Composed

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.33 : That Butler, Confidence

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.32

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.31 : That Butler, Observing

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.30 : That Butler, Nutring

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.29 : That Butler, Scandalous

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.28 : That Butler, Negotiation

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.27 : His Butler, Gives a Performance

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.26

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.25

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.24

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.23

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.22

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.21.2

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.21.1

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.21

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.20 : That Butler, Idea

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.19

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.18 : That Butler, Shadow

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.17 : That Butler, Competing

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.16 : That Butler, Foreign

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.15 : That Butler, Freeloader

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.14

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.13.2

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.13.1

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.13

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.12 : That Butler, Retaliating

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.11 : That Butler, Recalling Memories

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.10

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.9

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.8

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.7

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.6 : Thah butler, gets going

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.5 : Thah butler, the busiest

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.4 : Thah butler, the greatest evil

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.3 : Thah butler, the strongest

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.2 : Thah butler, he's full of purpose

Jan 18, 2013

Kuroshitsuji Ch.1 : Vol. 1 Thah butler, so skillful

Jan 18, 2013
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2014-08-13 23:54
18Agree
It's sad how the mangaka wanted this be a yaoi but the editor was like lololol NOPE! but they still decided to troll us and add in little hints. ;~;
2014-08-01 18:03
Best manga ever.
2014-08-01 05:03
I love this series so much.
2014-08-13 00:13
One of my favourites^^

754 Topics

  1. Anonymous October 21, 2014 5:29 pm

    yo gotta admit..
    Ceil is some pretty fucking badass !

    • Katty October 21, 2014 8:26 pm

      It's spelt Ciel, not Ceil. Ignore your spell corrector when it underlines his name red. Unless it forcefully changes it.

  2. Anonymous October 19, 2014 7:24 pm

    HOW COULD YOU DO THIS D: THIS CLIFFHANGER

  3. AiTsuyoi October 19, 2014 9:09 am

    I am under the impression that Ciel might end up with either one or two more strays in his house after this -hint hints at the green witch and her butler-

    • Irene
      October 19, 2014 9:12 am

      i think so too

    • Ray
      October 19, 2014 12:49 pm

      I think we are forgetting something important like ...
      Miss Lizzy xD

    • Katty October 19, 2014 8:27 pm

      I think you are all forgetting that the Queen wants her. She said so in her letter to Ciel.

    • Katty October 19, 2014 8:32 pm

      Also, you seem to forget that every chapter ending is either bittersweet or tragic.

    • yaoilover October 21, 2014 3:05 pm

      aitsuyo@i am so sorry i didn't mean to click the annoying button

    • Katty October 21, 2014 8:35 pm

      Huh, annoying button? I'm sorry I'm using the old version, much more comfortable for me to use than the new (I don't like it), so I don't know about that feature. But if you did click it by accident, that's okay, accidents happen. At least you warned about it, and apologized for it. (I don't think many do that.)

      (Personally, if they do have it, I guessing it gets abused a lot.)

  4. cherryblossom October 19, 2014 8:53 am

    I love you Yana Toboso :**

  5. MOI? October 19, 2014 8:14 am

    No bullsh*t was fed to anybody that day. Pull it, Ciel! Pull it!!!!

  6. Yukimura October 19, 2014 7:47 am

    NOOOOOO!!!!!! WHY I HAVE TO WAIT FOR NEXT MONTH!! CIEL!!! DON'T DO IT!!

  7. Clearclear October 19, 2014 5:50 am

    Oh my
    I hope Ciel doesn't pull the trigger!!!

  8. Meowmeow_91 October 19, 2014 5:39 am

    Wow poor green witch. I hope Ciel doesn't actually do it.

    • AiTsuyoi October 19, 2014 9:08 am

      personally i think he is going to end up having another stray in the house.

    • Katty October 19, 2014 8:31 pm

      He's not going to do it. He's just taking a page from Sebastian. I doubt he'd want her to meet the queen as a frighten child so he gave her a choice.

    • Makes sense October 19, 2014 10:08 pm

      It makes sense though. She is capable of creating this incredibly deadly gas. Would you leave someone like that in a country that while not an enemy certainly isn't a friend? She's basically a weapon in and of herself! There's a reason why everyone is so jumpy about countries having nukes... So basically Ciel is simply saying: Either become OUR nuke, or I'm disarming you. Which while cold and heartless is logical

    • Katty October 20, 2014 7:26 pm

      @Make sense: I love they way you compared that. I started laughing when you mentioned nukes. The old lady proclaimed that mustard gas was the deadliest weapon, I wonder how'd she'd feel if she knew about us dropping the atomic bomb.

  9. Irene
    October 19, 2014 5:17 am

    hope it is weekly updated :(

    • yuu October 19, 2014 7:32 am

      Yeah! I hope too T.T but it seems yana-sensei is so busy (the chapter always short, or the magazine only gives her around 20 pages?) and the magazine is monthly... T__T

    • Katty October 19, 2014 8:30 pm

      It's monthly updated, not weekly like Magi is. The reason is because it takes a pretty long time for the chapter to come together, just read Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, it will help you understand how a manga comes about.

  10. Katty October 18, 2014 10:49 pm

    http://www.mangareader.net/kuroshitsuji/98

    Here's the chapter. (Again I'm glad that person lied about it coming out the 20th.)

  11. andy October 16, 2014 7:03 pm

    I feel bad for the girl. Really, they literally messed up her childhood but if she was gonna join sebastian and ciel, I guess it won't make a difference.

    • Katty October 16, 2014 7:29 pm

      Problem is, Yana has been extremely vague on whether she'll join them or not. I have a feeling she might not, given that just about every arc ending is either tragic or bittersweet. It's possible she might, but it is also possible she might die or become enslaved by the queen somehow (some peoples money is on that.). Anyways, I'm excited for the new chapter, what about you?

  12. Katty October 14, 2014 10:39 pm

    The chapter won't come out until the 20th, or so someone else told me today. So, we got to wait a little longer.

  13. Eren Yeager October 4, 2014 6:59 am

    Thinking back on that corset scene.
    I should go reread it again.

  14. Anonymous September 29, 2014 6:33 pm

    I'm sorry, but what time period is this again.?Because i'm looking at these elevators and transmitters and stuff like wtf, did they hop into the future???

    • Katty September 29, 2014 9:40 pm

      Currently, it's 1889 in the manga. And the radar technology is actually quite common for that time. The design is a little more futuristic, but the technology is within the timeline. And considering we are close to the First World war, it's not that surprising.

      Radio waves Radio waves were first predicted by mathematical work done in 1867 by Scottish mathematical physicist James Clerk Maxwell. Maxwell noticed wavelike properties of light and similarities in electrical and magnetic observations. He then proposed equations that described light waves and radio waves as waves of electromagnetism that travel in space, radiated by a charged particle as it undergoes acceleration. In 1887, Heinrich Hertz demonstrated the reality of Maxwell's electromagnetic waves by experimentally generating radio waves in his laboratory. Many inventions followed, making use of these 'Hertzian' waves to transfer information through space.

      So yeah, the radar's fall within the timeline. There was some modern tech in the first few arcs, but Yana has since gotten rid of them for more historic accuracy.

    • Hanne September 30, 2014 1:11 am
      Currently, it's 1889 in the manga. And the radar technology is actually quite common for that time. The design is a little more futuristic, but the technology is within the timeline. And considering we are clos... @Katty

      Radar (historically) was not introduced until 1935 - see wiki info - this is a little early for the time line ... sorry - I am a historian and this is not historically accurate if the year is 1889 (The history of radar starts with experiments by Heinrich Hertz in the late 19th century that showed that radio waves were reflected by metallic objects. This possibility was suggested in James Clerk Maxwell's seminal work on electromagnetism. However, it was not until the early 20th century that systems were able to use these principles were becoming widely available, and it was German inventor Christian Hülsmeyer who first used them to build a simple ship detection device intended to help avoid collisions in fog (Reichspatent Nr. 165546). Numerous similar systems, which provided directional information to objects over short ranges, were developed over the next two decades.

      The development of systems able to produce short pulses of radio energy was the key advance that allowed modern radar systems to come into existence. By timing the pulses on an oscilloscope, the range could be determined and the direction of the antenna revealed the angular location of the targets. The two, combined, produced a "fix", locating the target relative to the antenna. In the 1934–1939 period, eight nations developed independently, and in great secrecy, systems of this type: Great Britain, Germany, the United States, the USSR, Japan, the Netherlands, France, and Italy. In addition, Great Britain shared their information with the United States and four Commonwealth countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa, and these countries also developed indigenous radar systems. During the war, Hungary was added to this list.[1] The term RADAR was coined in 1939 by the United States Signal Corps as it worked on these systems for the Navy)

    • Lidsworth
      September 30, 2014 1:18 am
      Radar (historically) was not introduced until 1935 - see wiki info - this is a little early for the time line ... sorry - I am a historian and this is not historically accurate if the year is 1889 (The history ... Hanne

      Your knowledge of this really astonishes me! I've always held historians in great respect, and always admired them! I wanted to be one, but the information is just so much :(
      But it's awesome how you can draw in history like that.

    • Hanne September 30, 2014 2:41 am
      Your knowledge of this really astonishes me! I've always held historians in great respect, and always admired them! I wanted to be one, but the information is just so much :(
      But it's awesome how you can dr... Lidsworth

      Thanks, but this info was actually taken directly from wikipedia (I did double check my history books - I have a Bachelors Degree in History) but I was too lazy to type all that info myself *snicker* (besides my specialization is actually medieval history)

    • Katty September 30, 2014 6:25 pm

      Actually, you are wrong Hanne.

      Radio waves were first predicted by mathematical work done in 1867 by Scottish mathematical physicist James Clerk Maxwell.[1] Maxwell noticed wavelike properties of light and similarities in electrical and magnetic observations. He then proposed equations that described light waves and radio waves as waves of electromagnetism that travel in space, radiated by a charged particle as it undergoes acceleration. In 1887, Heinrich Hertz demonstrated the reality of Maxwell's electromagnetic waves by experimentally generating radio waves in his laboratory.[2] Many inventions followed, making use of these 'Hertzian' waves to transfer information through space.

      Radar technology may not have been released until 1935, but that doesn't mean the technology wasn't been developed. People studied it in secret, as you can see along with the Mustard Gas being developed. So you are wrong about it.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radio_wave

      You should probably have done your research a little more. We're talking about radio waves. The necklaces they wore had something in them that sent out radio waves so they could be tracked.

    • Katty September 30, 2014 6:27 pm

      Whoops, sorry, I meant. "You probably should have paid a little more attention to Sebastian this chapter. He pretty much pointed that out."

    • Anonymous September 30, 2014 10:00 pm
      Actually, you are wrong Hanne.

      Radio waves were first predicted by mathematical work done in 1867 by Scottish mathematical physicist James Clerk Maxwell.[1] Maxwell noticed wavelike properties of light ... @Katty

      Please Katty shut up. Here you go again trying to prove someone wrong and making others sound like idiots.

    • lolkika
      September 30, 2014 10:25 pm
      Please Katty shut up. Here you go again trying to prove someone wrong and making others sound like idiots. @Anonymous

      Oh well enough with this discussion, there are many manga where the story-line are from the late 1800 or 1900 but somehow their technology and fashion are as advanced as ours. We should be thankful that this manga was an exception... this manga is from the last 1800's
      http://www.mangago.com/read-manga/kuroshitsuji/an/kuroshitsuji-chapter-27.html/41/

    • Hanne September 30, 2014 10:26 pm
      Whoops, sorry, I meant. "You probably should have paid a little more attention to Sebastian this chapter. He pretty much pointed that out." @Katty

      Radar is not common in 1889, it it very very new and unproven technology. Wiki: As early as 1886, German physicist Heinrich Hertz showed that radio waves could be reflected from solid objects. In 1895, Alexander Popov, a physics instructor at the Imperial Russian Navy school in Kronstadt, developed an apparatus using a coherer tube for detecting distant lightning strikes. The next year, he added a spark-gap transmitter. In 1897, while testing this equipment for communicating between two ships in the Baltic Sea, he took note of an interference beat caused by the passage of a third vessel. In his report, Popov wrote that this phenomenon might be used for detecting objects, but he did nothing more with this observation
      Your information seems to be somewhat incomplete ...

    • MOI? September 30, 2014 10:27 pm

      LOL :')) these guys. you see 'em? and those over there. right?

    • tokidoki
      September 30, 2014 10:37 pm
      Oh well enough with this discussion, there are many manga where the story-line are from the late 1800 or 1900 but somehow their technology and fashion are as advanced as ours. We should be thankful that this ma... lolkika

      That is definitely true. artists do take a lot of liberties if it suits their purposes. Plus there are a lot of them that play with history, so we should not take this stuff so seriously ... this is fantasy after all. *wink*

    • This is the OP October 1, 2014 2:41 am

      Yeah i noticed there were a few situations that seemed out of place for the timeline. I just wanted to know because of what sebastian had said. It would interesting if these random bursts of futuristic technology technology played into a bigger story where Ciel got a glimpse into the future or something and not just the mangaka being innaccurate.

      *PS i gave myself a name because someone else posted as anonymous

    • Katty October 1, 2014 7:08 pm

      Well then Hanne, I guess we'll both just have to say we're right on this one, given we both got our info off Wiki. (Wiki can't be trusted sometimes.) And given that authors love to take a bit of liberty with history. At least we can appreciate Yana trying to stay within the timeline.

    • Zenalear October 1, 2014 8:12 pm
      Well then Hanne, I guess we'll both just have to say we're right on this one, given we both got our info off Wiki. (Wiki can't be trusted sometimes.) And given that authors love to take a bit of liberty with hi... @Katty

      Well, she did say she double checked her history books and has a bachlor degree in history, so I don't see how she's only getting her information through wikipedia (she said she was too lazy to type)... And I'm not sure how both of you may be right, as one is saying it's in timeline but the other one says it doesn't, which are pretty much opposites. It can't really be both ways, but really it's no big deal.

    • Nightfall October 1, 2014 8:56 pm
      Well then Hanne, I guess we'll both just have to say we're right on this one, given we both got our info off Wiki. (Wiki can't be trusted sometimes.) And given that authors love to take a bit of liberty with hi... @Katty

      Hmmm... all the arguments over wiki information, so I went to the History Learning Site.uk and found this information:

      Robert Watson-Watt is given the credit for inventing the radar. The first experimentations into what we would define as radar came in 1888 when Heinrich Hertz discovered that radio waves could be bounced off objects. In 1904, Christian Hulsmeyer patented an early warning system for shipping. Therefore, Watson- Watt did have prior research to inspire him.

      In 1935, Watson-Watt was asked to the Air Ministry to investigate the possibility of creating a 'death-ray' weapon using radio waves. At the time, Watson-Watt was working for the National Physical Laboratory in Slough. He did not invent a 'death-ray' weapon but he did find that his radio transmitters could create an echo from an plane that was over 200 miles away. Such a distance would give the RAF an early warning of an attack. As his work was done during the build-up to World War Two, such an invention was invaluable to the RAF that believed it was significantly weaker than the Luftwaffe. During the Battle of Britain, the Germans lost the element of surprise.

      Thus this really is not saying true to a time line, but really, it does not matter if the time line is really or not, as this is a work of pure fantasy with some historical information tossed in as fodder.

      It is still a great manga

    • Anonymous October 1, 2014 9:15 pm
      Well then Hanne, I guess we'll both just have to say we're right on this one, given we both got our info off Wiki. (Wiki can't be trusted sometimes.) And given that authors love to take a bit of liberty with hi... @Katty

      I'm betting the Hanne is actually right. She's got a bachelors in history, so she's not just checking wiki. Even by looking at it, this is a little too advanced. But it is fantasy.

    • James October 2, 2014 12:01 am
      Well then Hanne, I guess we'll both just have to say we're right on this one, given we both got our info off Wiki. (Wiki can't be trusted sometimes.) And given that authors love to take a bit of liberty with hi... @Katty

      The mangaka does not stay within time lines ... even in the first chapter, she introduces Superman (a Canadian superhero that is not created until the mid 1930s) and there are a number of cars in this manga too - cars were very few and far between and the first ones on the road were made by Daimler Chrysler in 1892. So, please, pay better attention yourself. This is fantasy and the mangaka is not sticking to any actual time lines in a number of places.

    • Nightfall October 2, 2014 12:28 am
      The mangaka does not stay within time lines ... even in the first chapter, she introduces Superman (a Canadian superhero that is not created until the mid 1930s) and there are a number of cars in this manga too... @James

      Oh, and the cell phone (almost 100 years too early!)
      http://i5.mangapicgallery.com/r/newpiclink/kuroshitsuji/3/6ff85d24f83e42fc559ba738ef8c1b44.jpeg

    • Katty October 2, 2014 7:38 pm

      Zenalear is correct, Yana noticed those mistakes after the Curry arc and I guess she said, alright I'm going o fix this now. So she's been trying to keep her facts straight, while trying to make the story strong (reason for some inconsistencies.). As for the Shinigami, it's always been my thought that since Death isn't, necessarily, bound by time they could get futuristic weapons.. Either that or their weapons inspired our gardening tools. (Did you guys notice that all their weapons relates to gardening, or was that just me.)

      As whose right, no one is wrong, apart from the info you got, Nightfall. They didn't even credit James Clerk Maxwell, who truly discovered the waves. As for technology, it was pointed out to me that after Hertz proved Maxwell's radio waves, many developed inventions based around this discovering in secret, until somebody revealed their invention later on.

      But as many said, it doesn't matter. It's still a good manga. And liberties with history happen. A perfect example would be the new Dracula movie that's coming out this month.

  15. Sasugay September 29, 2014 2:26 am

    I am hoping Wolfram is a good guy.

  16. hana no chi
    September 24, 2014 5:19 am

    the old women was like creating a ship name

    • Katty September 24, 2014 7:15 pm

      LOL. Sounds that way doesn't it?

  17. GUEST September 21, 2014 4:44 am

    OMG. I feel really sorry for her. those dang villagers, I never liked them from the start. Though I did like Sebastian fan-girling a little bit over the tech. I hop e we see more of that. But it kinda makes me sad that tech might come in this show. that's the whole reason why it's appealing, magic powers but no tech. but I not the mangaka so I can't do anything.

    • Katty September 21, 2014 7:22 pm

      Actually, that sort of tech fits within the time line. Radio waves Radio waves were first predicted by mathematical work done in 1867 by Scottish mathematical physicist James Clerk Maxwell. Maxwell noticed wavelike properties of light and similarities in electrical and magnetic observations. He then proposed equations that described light waves and radio waves as waves of electromagnetism that travel in space, radiated by a charged particle as it undergoes acceleration. In 1887, Heinrich Hertz demonstrated the reality of Maxwell's electromagnetic waves by experimentally generating radio waves in his laboratory. Many inventions followed, making use of these 'Hertzian' waves to transfer information through space.

      So yeah, the radar's fall within the timeline. There was some modern tech in the first few arcs, but Yana has since gotten rid of them for more historic accuracy.

    • Lilium September 25, 2014 2:53 am

      it's calling "Steampunk"
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steampunk

  18. Meowmeow_91 September 20, 2014 3:07 am

    Wow that harsh for her.

    • Katty September 20, 2014 6:36 pm

      LOL, it was. But I love Sebastian nerding out a bit on the technology.

  19. Katty September 19, 2014 5:14 pm

    Chapter 97 is out now on MangaBird.

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