Kuroshitsuji: Book of Circus – 10 (End) and Series Review | Lost in America: Anime & More

 

Make no mistake, Kuroshitsuji is Ciel’s story in every sense.  Sebastian is a co-lead, certainly, but his role here is more or less written – it’s Ciel’s which continues to write itself as the story progresses.  I’ve said this before, but Kuroshitsuji is primarily a tale of victimization.  It splits the world into two camps, victims and those who exploit them, and in most cases it’s pretty easy to tell which group each character belongs to.  And when characters try to claw their way from the first group into the second, we invariably get tragedy – tragedy like the story of the Noah’s Ark orphans.  There can be no doubt that they were victims of society’s cruelty (this episode alone reveals the full extent) yet they made victims out of scores of other children thinking it was the toll required to stop being victims themselves

Another anime review of Kuroshitsuji Circus Hen by Lostinanime so I thought I would share 🙂

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