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Black Bird, Vol. 12 (Black Bird #12)

4.34 of 5 stars 4.34  ·  rating details  ·  1,745 ratings  ·  48 reviews
Misao sueña con un chico que conoció y que parece tener su mismo poder. Pese a sus intentos por ocultarlo, su poder se revela cuando unos demonios intentan devorarla. En ese momento aparece el chico de sus sueños
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 4th 2011 by Editorial Ivréa (first published January 1st 2010)
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I am so ashamed of my investment in this series. ;_; I can't even make people read it with me because when I try to sell it I'm like 'oh the romance starts off with the heroine being sexually harassed by this crow demon who is constantly making sure she's aware of how much power he has over her and at one point flies her into the air while she's screaming so she knows she's totally dependant on him to survive and eventually this translates to love? But don't worry! After the first nine volumes o ...more
08 February 2013

Now, we're talking. Black Bird, Volume 12 finally steps it up and delivers a compelling, action-packed good time. I feel like I've waited over eight volumes for this story to happen, but it was well worth the wait. This might be my favorite volume of the series so far.

Sho is leaving a path of destruction and confusion behind him, but his insatiable appetite for chaos seems to have no end. (view spoiler)
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Laura Graves
Another great addition to this series. The last volume ended with Sho plotting to take down the Daitengu (Kyo’s warriors). I have to say, even if Sho is evil, he makes this series so much more interesting. It really seems as if the focus has shifted away from Kyo and Misao and to the conflict Sho is creating. He targets three of Kyo’s Daitengu, trying to find the chink in Kyo’s armour. There’s more back story on Ayame and Sagami and vows they made to each other before they married. There’s also ...more
Judy (Geeky Reading)
~3.5 or 4/5
This is such a... long series. It's seeming to be dragging out, and I'm not enjoying the volumes as much as I'd like to. On a good note, though, this one was a bit better than the last few have been.
Hoki got hurt in the last volume, and so has to stay and protect Misao while everyone else goes out to fight, since the village is under attack. There's a spell on the village that creates some kind of maze that doesn't let anyone into the village, and some children trying to find Misao ge
Zoe Tribley
This review will be the same for all of them-- excluding book seventeen and eighteen-- as I'm going to briefly review books 1-16

I've wanted to read this manga for quite some time, and once I started reading it like a few weeks ago. I couldn't stop. Despite what anyone says, I love this manga. I love the artwork. I love the main character's romance. I love the plot line. And I love all of the characters that make up this manga. There's a lot of people who've said that Hime-sama, the main characte
'Misao is the bride of prophecy whose blood gives power to the demon who claims her. But most demons want to keep her power for themselves - by eating her! Now Misao is just trying to stay alive...'

In this volume, things got a lot more interesting. Even though I disliked the Sho storyline last volume, this volume focused on it a lot more and I found myself enjoying it.

We learnt a lot more about the characters of Zenki and Hoki in this volume, which I loved. The last time we really learnt about a
Series Review: This series doesn't look like much in the beginning but trust me it soon shows it's true potential. This manga series is gripping and thrilling while never losing its romantic side. This manga is for more mature readers due to some graphic content. I really recommend this manga!
*Queen Diva*

First, Zenki is on the cover!!! Hooray!!


Third, I totally shed tears during this volume!

Fourth, holy god are Kyo and Misao horny! XD I loved the little drawing at the end Sakurakouji-sama did where Zenki said "When I was suffering the most... these guys were messing around." And then in his demon beast form "I won't forgive them!" Hahahaha!! But seriously... so true!

Holy crap... I can't believe the shit that hit the fan in
3.5 - 4 STARS

As promised, the 12th volume in Black Bird delivered much needed action and character development. Probably enough to forgive the complete lack of said developments in the previous books.

It's 1AM so I'm just going to go with the ol' Pros and Cons list...

That we finally got more background on Zenki and Houki!
Got more Cheeky Sweet Kyou than Creepy Confusing Kyou
The Compound
The Orphanage

Sexy time was cut off but as it was because of
Sho begins his attempts to tear the Daitengu apart, beginning with Sagami. However, the bond between Kyo and Sagami is too even strong, even when Ayame is placed in danger. But Sho does have better luck with Zenki, who's past harbors a dark and terrible secret, one that threatens to tear apart the Kyo and Misao's entire world. As usual, Volume 12 ends on a terrible cliffhanger, one that makes me wonder if there might soon be a death of someone very dear Misao. A good volume, one that really adva ...more
Sasuke Uchiha's older Sis
this volume was okay i guess
This was a fantastic volume in the Black Bird series. Actually I think this is the best volume of them all.

War, death, betrayal, sacrifice, love, promises, faith. Seriously. This was a jam packed installment.

Our characters are becoming embroiled in an all out civil war with innocent casualties and some crazy twists and turns involving betrayals from some of those closest to Kyo.

I liked this volume so much I read it 2x right in a row. Seriously if you have considered reading this series I hope
Vol. 12 of the Black Bird series is the best so far - very dramatic but with plenty of humor. My favorite moment is when Kyo's grandfather tells him he needs to start picking out successors for his captured friends and bodyguards since they're as a good as dead and Kyo turns to him with a look of genuine confusion and says "Old man...I only speak Japanese. I don't understand Crazytalk." And Misao's all "Gasp! Kyo!!" Bwahahaha!
Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
This was okay. I don't know, its like I say that with all the other volumes. Its not that I don't like the series. At first I wasn't sure if I was going to. But then as I thought, eh why not give it a chance, I found there's moments to like, moments that it a little weird and awkward. Good balance there. 3 stars means I kind of liked it but at the same thought it was okay. But I didn't think it was bad or anything.
It was Awesome.
I Like the part when Zenki tuned into a non stop killing demon, was kind of sad to.
I did not like it when hoki betrayed them to go work for Sho though, but I will try to understand why he did that. The man who wished Misao didn't show up in their lifes, that was so mean, happy when Kyo tryed to help her out by saying some words back to him.
The book was really great though.
A really great installment in a series that I'm absolutely addicted to. I really am so glad that there's more of a focus on the Tengu, particularly the bonds between Kyo and his clan. Also the romance between Kyo and Misao has become more relaxed and sweet rather than somewhat weirdly obsessive and discomfiting. I am also very concerned for Hoki and longing for volume 13!
Sho devises a plan to take down Kyo by taking out the Daitengu one by one, starting by awakening the demon within Hoki and Zenki. He plans to throw the world into utter chaos and destruction, starting with the demon villages. Will Sho's plan succeed, or will Kyo be able to prove Sho's theory of ruling with an iron fist wrong and protect everyone with his kindness?
Amy Gideon
Much is revealed about some of the characters and there was a lot of action, but it was too tidy. Things were resolved too quickly and I feel like I'm being told rather than shown.

For my full series review on volumes 1-16 please visit http://perksofbeinganotakuwallflower....
Vivian Lam
In this book Kyo left Misao for a mission that he was on. He got trapped in a mazy and there is no way out. They think that they are left there to rot. Kyo is the clan leader and not he has to think of a plan to get them out. After a while he came up with a plan but it failed and the were stuck there for 3 days without food and water.
Ooooh, we have a heartbreaking betrayal, followed by another surprising revelation...and there is a battle gearing up.

My heart broke over Zenki and I like how Kyo handled it. There were some really endearing moments in this volume that had nothing to do with Kyo and Misao.
I didn't love this volume of Black Bird, the whole war thing and Hoki and Zenki... it wasn't what I wanted to read about, and I know the author wanted us to know the other characters but this book was boring. And for God's sake can Sho just die and remain died?!
I really like Black Bird. Though it does have it's character flaws I love how suspenseful and fast paced the story is. The cliff hangers are enough to keep me coming back to see what happens next and the good story line is just a bonus.
Jasmiina F
I'm not that sure why I keep reading Black Bird. I like it, but I've read much better comics. And most of the time the story is quite boring. I actually think this is the best volume so far so I have hope for the last volumes.
Paula Mckinley
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Nawal Al Hosani Scorpion DOADA
After reading this series any girl might wish she is a senka maiden and a demon might come her way and sweep her from this world .................. Amazing Demon & Human Love Story..............
Amanda [Novel Addiction]
Argh, I thought this was the end! But no... there are at least three more volumes, so I guess I'll have to try and find them somewhere. I must have a happy ending, darnit!
Kristine Pratt
*sigh of relief* OK, the battle isn't over and things have gotten pretty gruesome at times, but things ARE looking up. Somewhat.
finally the story gets more interesting then just misao being shy and confused about kyo and kyo trying to grope her all the time.
Mm, I do enjoy watching good guys go temporarily bad (especially if they're faking and/or it's beyond their control).
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