Stray Dogs will be back with the exhilarating Bungo Stray Dogs Season 5 this July.
As Crunchyroll reports, Bungo Stray Dogs has announced Season 5 has been green-lit and will be out in a few months. The announcement revealed a short promotional video, giving fans a feel for what will happen in July. Accompanying the promo video is a strong key visual showcasing Atsushi and Akutagawa fighting. side by side, with Ranpo standing at the top, his back to the audience.
The first promotional video opens with the United Nations headquarters, where the United Nations pleads with Ōchi Fukuchi to help deal with the Decline of the Angel, the terrorist organization introduced in Season 4. Tensions rise further. with the Armed Detective Agency now separated and dealing with their own problems. Fans were flooded with comments, expressing their excitement for the upcoming season.
The Dramatic Fourth Season of Bungo Stray Dogs
Season 4 aired on January 5, 2023, consisting of 13 episodes. Directed by Takuya Igarashi with a script by Yōji Enokido, who worked on the previous three seasons, the fourth installment of Bungo Stray Dogs goes back in time to focus on Ranpo and Fukuzawa’s partnership for several years. first episode. The remaining episodes revolve around the Armed Detective Agency, who suddenly find themselves accused of committing acts of terrorism. With the Military Police’s unit, the Hounds, impatient and the Agency running out of time to find the real culprit, Atsushi and his friends will have to find some way out of the mess. This.
Anime and Manga Side Story by Bungo Stray Dogs
Written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa, Bungo Stray Dogs began serialization in Young Ace magazine in December 2012. In addition to the anime adaptation, the manga has inspired an animated film. titled Bungo Stray Dogs: Dead Apple and a live-action film adaptation of Bungo Stray Dogs The Movie: Beast, will premiere in January 2022. The series also currently features ten light novel spinoffs. Bungo Stray Dogs revolves around an organization called the Armed Detective Agency, where a group of supernaturally gifted individuals work together to solve mysteries. Born from Asagiri’s idea to create a story where famous authors have the power, the names of each character are inspired by a real-life author such as Japanese author Osamu Dazai and Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky.
The final episode of Season 4, “Skyfall,” aired on March 29. All four seasons of Bungo Stray Dogs, including the Bungo Stray Dogs spin-off series WAN!, are available on Crunchyroll.
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