Black Bird, Volume 9

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VIZ Media, Jul 5, 2011 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
171 Reviews
He loves her blood, but does her love her?!

Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for audiences T+
Misao and Kyo finally go all the way, and Misao can’t regret the new levels of intimacy, even though all the other demons seem to be able to tell that they are now lovers. But does Kyo feel the same way? Instead of bringing them closer, their new status seems to make him turn away from Misao. Is that just the nature of guys, be they human or demon? Or is there something darker behind Kyo’s sudden lack of warmth?

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Review: Black Bird, Vol. 5 (Black Bird #5)

User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

**Loved** the castration joke. One of the best parts of the series is when the author makes fun of obvious alternate solutions or plot holes. The trouble with this volume is an awkward narrative flow ... Read full review

Review: Black Bird, Vol. 3 (Black Bird #3)

User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

Strikes against it: *Not one but TWO mentions of drugging Misao to make her compliant for amorous activity. *Author's margin notes reveal she doesn't put too much advance thought into her storyline ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Kanoko Sakurakoji was born in downtown Tokyo, and her hobbies include reading, watching plays, traveling and shopping. Her debut title, Raibu ga Hanetara, ran in Bessatsu Shojo Comic (currently called Betsucomi) in 2000, and her 2004 Betsucomi title Backstage Prince was serialized in VIZ Media's Shojo Beat magazine. She won the 54th Shogakukan Manga Award for Black Bird.