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Cosplay: Black Butler

Thursday 12th July 2012

Photographer Paul Jacques snaps the best of the MCM cosplayers

Black Butler CosplayRebeka Webb has a ripping time cosplaying as Madame Red from the anime series Black Butler. Just one of the the world-class costumes found at the most recent London MCM Expo, caught on camera by our very own Paul Jacques.

Black Butler complete series two is out on UK DVD from Manga Entertainment.

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Cosplay: Black Butler

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Black Butler Complete Series 2 Collection

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THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SECOND SERIES!
In late-nineteenth century England, one year and three months after the dramatic conclusion of the original series, Kuroshitsuji II introduces a new butler and young master. The sadistic yet cheerful Alois Trancy has faced some harsh times. He was kidnapped as a baby, and was forced to work in a village as a slave. Gradually, he lost his parents, his best friend, and everyone he knew. Alois eventually returned home and became the head of his mansion, but seemed to exhibit some strange behavior ever since. Even more curiously, he returned with Claude Faustus, an enigmatic, emotionless butler with unfathomable talent...

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