Kuroshitsuji 19

Chinese mafia, candy, prison, and Angela! πŸ˜€

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15 thoughts on “Kuroshitsuji – Episode 19

  1. Eh, Wat prison? More like torture chamber πŸ˜€ My oh my… it’s evilly snivelly bish Ash Angela. and the other kid that looks like Ciel…i smell a frame-up or a switch πŸ˜› can’t wait to catch this episode soon.

  2. Cheri,

    Yes, that is Angela! πŸ˜€

    What if the girl is the queen? D:

    Oh yes, we’ll see some BDSM next episode πŸ˜›

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    hehe Yes, it looks like they are headed to a torture chamber πŸ™‚

    Ash Angela is almost as great as female version πŸ˜€

    Indeed, that kid did look very similar to Ciel, and a switch is a possibility.

  3. Awesome episode!
    Ranmao spoke! *gasp* It seems she’s also much more violent than we first thought!
    Even though I don’t like how far the anime strayed from the manga, I still love it. Maybe one day, it’ll tie in with the manga!
    Thank you very much for the awesome screen shots! (I’m starting to sense a new desktop for my computer!)

    1. Yes, Lau’s girl rarely speaks, and it seems she is the quiet violent type πŸ˜›

      It might tie in with the manga in a sequel πŸ™‚

      You are welcome – glad you liked it πŸ™‚

  4. Does anyone else smell the possible end of Aberline? I mean, they just now introduced that he has just engaged some woman and usually when a secondary character like him suddenly gets a background, they die 0_o of course, this could end differently, but. . .

    It seems that the anime is a different approach to the same stories as the manga. For example the missing girls. In the manga the father of the circus has them, in the anime the puppeteer has them. It seems that the anime is the same thing, but presented differently so that it is faster in pace. I could be wrong about that too lol XD

    Awesome images ^_^

    1. That’s a good observation πŸ™‚ I hope he does not die though – he seems like a nice person 😦

      Yes, the anime takes an alternative route, but it turned out great so far πŸ™‚ Angela alone makes up for any shortcomings πŸ˜›

      Thank you πŸ™‚

  5. Well depends, if they are basing him on the actual Abberline, in which case, he won’t die.

    Considering he was very much alive when he retired from the police force in 1892 (he enlisted in 1863) with 84 commendations to his name. πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you for mentioning it, Sakura – you are a great expert in this area πŸ˜€

      Kuroshitsuji incorporates many real life events in the story, and Frederick Abberline is another such case. Perhaps, the reason they mentioned his marriage is not his fate, but the fate of his wife…

  6. Gosh, yeah it’s possible. But if it’s really that girl, she looks young. At least from here. What is BDSM? It sounds like a Bureau of something, but something tells me that I’m way off the mark in that. I have a weak mind for torture-related stuff; the images will remain burned in my head for a couple of days, at least. D: I’m easily frightened. If someone gets torture I may skip this episode, haha.

    1. The reason why I think it may be the queen is, as you can see on the first picture in this post, the queen chess piece (if I am not mistaken) knocks knight (horse) chess piece. Knight is associated with Ciel, as we’ve seen in the intermission images where he is holding that chess piece. However, I do agree that the girl may look too young. Maybe the girl is the fiance of Abberline! Angela will take control over her and the detective will have no other choice than to kill her to save queen’s life D: That is too twisted though πŸ˜› Or maybe it is Angela’s little sister! That would make one happy family all with white hair: little girl, Angela, and Ash πŸ˜€

      Also I wonder about the last image in the preview for the next episode that showed a blade going through a person in white clothes, but the blood was blue I think.

      Hmm…. BDSM… I am not into that sort of thing, so it might be best to refer you to this educational article πŸ˜›

      Yes, I also don’t like too disturbing stuff – we have enough misery in the real life.

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