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ISBN:
1598165240
Author:
Kai Tsurugi
Category:
Manga
Language:
English
Publisher:
Blu (February 27, 2007)
Pages:
184 pages
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Black Knight Volume 3: (Yaoi) (v. 3) Paperback – February 27, 2007.

Black Knight Volume 3: (Yaoi) (v. by. Kai Tsurugi (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 3 of 4 in the Black Knight Series. As for the content of volume 3, there were no graphic scenes this time around, but Zeke's character seems to be deeper than it appeared at the end of volume 2. In volume 2 I just felt like I had a handle on him and he was the steady one and utterly devoted to Chris, but now we're seeing his limitations.

Black Knight, Volume 03 book . There is also no humour to this which m Third volume of the yaoi romance series following the love of Prince Christian and his knight bodyguard Zeke. The main characters are good, but I found it increasingly hard to keep track of the supporting cast. Black Knight is an OK series and those out there that like epic historically set yaoi will probably enjoy it, but its not one of my favourites. Oct 30, 2017 oxana rated it it was ok.

Zeke is torn between his love for Prince Christian and being the Black Knight. He distances himself from Prince Christian on their journey through the Dundalk Empire. When their journey is halted, Prince Christian has a chance to protect his faithful knight and win his heart back.

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From Blu:Black Knight, the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a knight in the kingdom of Aran. Status: Ongoing RSS. Author: Tsurugi Kai 2003 released. Sieg O’Brian may have his eyes on the title of Black Knight but he’s also after another prize, the young prince, Chris. Genre(s): Action, Drama, Historical, Yaoi. Alternative: 黑色騎士; 黒の騎士; 黒の騎士 旅立ち; 黒の騎士 歪む歯車; 黒の騎士 運命の手; 黒の騎士 歪む歯車; Kuro no Kishi; Kuro no Kishi - Deau; Kuro no Kishi - Tabidachi; Kuro no Kishi - Unmei no Te. Latest: Vo. C. Vo.

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From Blu: Black Knight, the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a knight in the kingdom of Aran. Black Knight is a sweeping romantic fantasy epic about. When you go to a comic store or other book store their shelves are limited by the space that they have.

Eager to prove his worth to his kingdom, Prince Christian has taken cover in Brigadoon's caravan as a hostage to infiltrate the Dundalk Empire. Negotions for peace between the kingdoms is all the young prince yearns for, but the rebellious Falcon's Talon group has something else in mind...Now Zeke's loyalty as Christian's knight and lover will be put to the test in this heroic quest for justice!
  • Trash Obsession
glad there is English version I don't speak Japanese. But still Taiwan version is better, with a coat of the manga, and a color page inside.
  • Grillador
It's a good story. I enjoy reading it.
  • Kabei
I get now why we were given all that backstory in volume 2 about Chris' father. There is a ton of stuff going on politically and that side story really helped keep it straight, even though it monopolized half the volume. I really have to say that this story is very deep and intricate and if you are not paying attention you are going to get lost fast. This is not your typical yaoi storyline. I actually had to go back and reference previous volumes several times to keep all of the plotlines and characters straight.

One thing in particular that made me do a doubletake was Prince James' character. In volume 2 all of the Falcon's Talon stuff was completely confusing and I had a hard time understanding the dynamics of the characters involved, particularly as it concerned James. I was at that time left very suspicious of him, thinking his motives to be a lot more sinister than they turn out to be at the end of volume 3. I went back and reread those scenes in the previous volume and discovered that a lot of my assumptions must have been based on some kind of personal bias that made me read into things too far. You have to be careful with this series and pay close attention or you'll miss the subtle details or see things that just aren't there.

As for the content of volume 3, there were no graphic scenes this time around, but Zeke's character seems to be deeper than it appeared at the end of volume 2. In volume 2 I just felt like I had a handle on him and he was the steady one and utterly devoted to Chris, but now we're seeing his limitations and flaws and insecurities. It's refreshing in a way that did not require some compicated plot twist to pull off. It flowed very naturally from the events of the previous volumes.

Chris as well continues to grow as a character. He is still human and flawed, but it is nice to see him becoming more of an adult and taking on responsibilities. Volume 4 promises to continue this progress very nicely. I can't wait to see how their plot to infiltrate the Empire turns out when they actually arrive there. It's such a strange change of pace when I am just as interested in the universe of a BL title as I am in the BL themes of a BL title. A mark of an excellent series, I would argue.

In all, I do not recommend starting Black Knight with this volume, but I do recommend reading this series. It is wonderful, and while light in its BL/yaoi themes, very beautifully expressed.
  • Flocton
You should read all the volumes in this series if you want to understand the intricate relationships going on between all the characters.
  • Fenius
A great series and wonderful graphics, a complicated story in many ways so you need to read all the volumes to understand all the different relationships. I look forward to the next book.