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Bungo Stray Dogs
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Kanji 文豪ストレイドッグス
Rōmaji Bungō Sutorei Doggusu
Author Kafka Asagiri
Illustration Sango Harukawa
Published By Kadokawa Shoten
(Young Ace)
Original Run 2012 – ongoing
Volumes 11 – ongoing (List of Volumes)
Genre Mystery, Seinen, Supernatural

Bungo Stray Dogs (文豪ストレイドッグス, Bungō Sutorei Doggusu; lit. Literary Stray Dogs) is a manga written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa. It began serialization in 2012. It came in at number 11 for the "Nationwide Bookstore Employees' Recommended Comics of 2014".[1]

An anime adaptation by Bones was announced[2] and began airing in April 07, 2016. A second part of the animation began airing in October 06, 2016.

Plot

Nakajima Atsushi was kicked out of his orphanage, and now he has no place to go and no food. While he is standing by a river, on the brink of starvation, he rescues a man whimsically attempting suicide. That man is Dazai Osamu, and he and his partner Kunikida are members of a very special detective agency. They have supernatural powers and deal with cases that are too dangerous for the police or the military. They're tracking down a tiger that has appeared in the area recently, around the time Atsushi came to the area. The tiger seems to have a connection to Atsushi, and by the time the case is solved, it is clear that Atsushi's future will involve much more of Dazai and the rest of the detectives!

External Links

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References

  1. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2014-02-06/japan-bookstore-employees-rank-top-manga-of-2014
  2. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-20/bungo-stray-dogs-gets-anime-adaptation-at-studio-bones/.91913

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