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“Bungo Stray Dogs” Manga On Break

“Bungo Stray Dogs” Manga On Break

Explanation & Break Length

The official Bungo Stray Dogs Twitter account has confirmed that the manga series by Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa will be going on a one-month hiatus. It has been reported that the month-long break is due to certain circumstances such as the authors’ involvement in a new light novel.

The next chapter of the manga will no longer be published in the February 4th feature (March issue) of the Young Ace magazine. The next chapter is rescheduled and will be published in the magazine’s April issue which will be released in March.

The Twitter post above, translated into English, says:

Bungo Stray Dogs is scheduled to be published in the March issue of Young Ace (released on February 4th), but we are sorry that it will be suspended due to circumstances. I hope you can wait for a month! Wow! Broadcast commemorative main story! Reversible poster appendix! We hope you enjoy the special business trip edition!

By the way, the novel “Bungo Stray Dogs STORM BRINGER” (scheduled to be released in March), which occupies most of the convenience, was written by Asagiri in a transcendent volume, and Harukawa drew a lot of new characters. looking forward to it!

Bungo Stray Dogs: Storm Bringer is the next upcoming novel for the franchise. It is written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa, the mangakas of the original manga. The novel will ship in March and it is the ninth light novel of the series.

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Associated Anime & Manga

The original Bungou Stray Dogs manga has inspired an anime series that currently has three seasons, with both the first and second seasons having premiered in 2016, while the third season premiered in 2019. Crunchyroll and Funimation stream the series.

The spinoff manga was launched on Kadokawa’s Young Ace Up! manga website in December 2015. An anime film, titled Bungou Stray Dogs: Dead Apple, opened in Japan in March 2018.

Kanaineko‘s Bungo Stray Dogs Wan! (Bungo Stray Dogs Ruff!) spinoff manga is inspiring a television anime series that is currently ongoing. It first premiered on January 12.

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