Conclusion. As Ciel tracks his rabbit-eared butler through Wonderland, he meets an enigmatic caterpillar and the Cheshire Cat, but after joining the Mad Hatter for tea, his adventure takes a dark turn when he's accused of a crime by the Queen of Hearts.
Sebastian and Claude compete for the affections of their masters while attempting to navigate a treacherous labyrinth. Meanwhile, a struggle between two tortured souls rages deep within the mortal form of Ciel Phantomhive.
Sebastian must devise a way to reclaim Ciel without violating his young master's orders, a perilous mission that will require every ounce of the dashing butler's strength and cunning—and perhaps a scandalous pose or two.
The appearance of a new grim reaper leads to confusion, and a string of eye-gouging cases plague London, but when Sebastian and Ciel suspect different culprits, the latter might not be around long enough to investigate.
A "dance of death" is the scheduled entertainment when Sebastian and Ciel attend a private affair at the Trancy estate, and only teatime can persuade the butlers to lay down their weapons and stop the bloodshed.
Sebastian and Ciel attend a masquerade ball at the Trancy estate, even though the young master Phantomhive has lost his memory, a condition that could be a disadvantage when he is lured away from the party for an eerie encounter with Alois.
When a nobleman's son is kidnapped, the Queen orders Sebastian and Ciel to deliver the ransom, with the exchange to be made on a train, but a number of suspicious passengers—and a possible outbreak of cholera—complicate their mission.
Devilish butler Claude and his young master, Alois, must outwit a priest, a viscount, and a conniving uncle with an eye on the family fortune. Later, a mysterious man pays a visit to the mansion with a desire to see the basement.