Bungo Stray Dogs

Bungo Stray Dogs

Cover of Bungō Stray Dogs volume one.
(Bungō Sutorei Doggusu)
Genre Action[1]
Written by Kafka Asagiri
Illustrated by Sango Harukawa
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
English publisher

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Demographic Seinen
Magazine Young Ace
Original run 2012 – present
Volumes 11
Light novel
Written by Kafka Asagiri
Illustrated by Sango Harukawa
Published by Kadokawa Shoten
Original run 1 April 2014 – present
Volumes 5
Anime television series
Directed by Takuya Igarashi
Written by Yōji Enokido
Music by Taku Iwasaki
Studio Bones
Licensed by

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Network Tokyo MX, TVS, CTC, tvk, GBS, MTV, SUN, TVQ, BS11
English network

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Original run 7 April 2016 – present
Episodes 21 + OVA

Bungo Stray Dogs (文豪ストレイドッグス Bungō Sutorei Doggusu, lit. Literary Stray Dogs) is a Japanese manga series written by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa, which has been serialized in the magazine Young Ace since 2012. A television anime adaptation by Bones will be split into two parts, the first part beginning on 7 April 2016, and the second part premiering on 6 October 2016.


The story centers on individuals who are gifted with super natural powers and use them for different purposes including holding a business, solving mysteries, and carrying out missions assigned by the mafia. The story mainly follows the members of the "Armed Detective Agency" and their everyday lives.

Most characters in the series are named after famous literary authors and/or characters in their works, including Ryūnosuke Akutagawa, Yukito Ayatsuji, Agatha Christie, Osamu Dazai, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Rampo Edogawa, Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Natsuhiko Kyogoku, Kenji Miyazawa, Doppo Kunikida, and Akiko Yosano.


Armed Detective Agency

Atsushi Nakajima (中島 敦 Nakajima Atsushi)
Voiced by: Yūto Uemura[3], Lynn (young Atsushi)
The main protagonist of the series, he is 18 years old. His ability is named Beast Beneath the Moon (月下獣 Gekkajū), an ability to turns him into a white tiger that gives him a monster strength and fast regeneration, although however, he has no control over it when he fully transformed. He constantly finds himself bewildered by the antics of his co-workers. Because his whole life he was called useless, he suffers from a lack of confidence that only started to change when he joined the Agency.
Osamu Dazai (太宰 治 Dazai Osamu)
Voiced by: Mamoru Miyano[3]
A member of the Armed Detective Agency who takes Atsushi under his wing and loves to flirt with women. With a carefree attitude, he is constantly trying to commit suicide, only to fail every time because he is always miraculously saved by something. His ability is called No Longer Human (人間失格 Ningen Shikkaku), which allows him to cancel any ability by touch. He used to be an executive of Port Mafia, but refuses to tell his coworkers. The death of his friend Sakunosuke made him resign from the mafia and join the Agency.
Doppo Kunikida (国木田 独歩 Kunikida Doppo)
Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya[3]
Dazai's partner, who always gets angry at his antics. A former math teacher, he always writes and plans every second of his day ahead, so he hates unplanned events and wasting his time. His ability is called Lone Poet (独歩吟客 Doppo Ginkaku), and allows him to bring into existence any object he writes in his notebook as long as it isn't bigger than the notebook itself.
Junichirō Tanizaki (谷崎 潤一郎 Tanizaki Jun'ichirō)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Toyonaga[3]
A member of the Agency around the same age as Atsushi. His ability is called Light Snow (細雪 Sasameyuki), which allows him to project illusions within a certain area. While he dislikes his sister's antics, he goes on an uncontrollable rage if someone harms her.
Ranpo Edogawa (江戸川 乱歩 Edogawa Ranpo)
Voiced by: Hiroshi Kamiya[3]
The self-proclaimed only detective in the Agency. He dislikes any trivial knowledge, like knowing how to ride a train or returning to the Agency. He calls his skill Super Deduction (超推理 Chō suiri), but he actually doesn't have any supernatural power, he's simply very smart and observant.
Kenji Miyazawa (宮沢 賢治 Miyazawa Kenji)
Voiced by: Hiroyuki Kagura[3]
Coming from the countryside, he's a very optimistic and carefree boy, who's very popular with the residents of the country. His ability is called Undefeated by the Rain (雨ニモマケズ Ame ni mo Makezu), which grants him superhuman strength when he's hungry.
Akiko Yosano (与謝野 晶子 Yosano Akiko)
Voiced by: Yū Shimamura[3]
The medic of the Armed Detective Agency. Her ability is called Thou Shalt Not Die (君死給勿 Kimi Shi ni Tama Fuko ni Nakare), which allows her to heal others and even herself, but only works as long as the person is half dead to begin with, so she usually injures them herself. This makes her co-workers terrified of being treated by her.
Yukichi Fukuzawa (福沢 諭吉 Fukuzawa Yukichi)
Voiced by: Rikiya Koyama[3]
The President of the Armed Detective Agency, who is also Kunikida's mentor. His ability is All Men Are Equal (人上人不造 Hito no Ue ni Hito wo Tsukurazu), which allows him to suppress the abilities of those who work in the Agency
Kyōka Izumi (泉 鏡花 Izumi Kyōka)
Voiced by: Sumire Morohoshi[4]
A young orphan girl under Port Mafia, but after Atsushi defeats Akutagawa, she's taken in by the Agency. Her ability is Demon Snow (夜叉白雪 Yasha Shirayuki), the ability to materialize Demon Snow, a sword-wielding phantom, which only follows orders coming from the mobile phone and does not comply to Kyouka's own wishes. She has only recently gained control of the spirit after joining the Agency.
Kirako Haruno (春野 綺羅子 Haruno Kirako)
Voiced by: Mina
A clerk working at the Armed Detective Agency.
Naomi Tanizaki (谷崎 ナオミ Tanizaki Naomi)
Voiced by: Chiaki Omigawa[3]
Junichirō's sister who is very clingy and knows everything about him. She's not an ability user.

Port Mafia

Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (芥川 龍之介 Akutagawa Ryūnosuke)
Voiced by: Kenshō Ono[3]
A member of Port Mafia, he's constantly coughing for an unknown reason. His ability is called Rashomon, a coat that turns into a black beast, which can tear everything apart, even space. While short-tempered, the mention of Dazai finding his subordinates at the Agency more capable than him angers him greatly.
Chūya Nakahara (中原 中也 Nakahara Chūya)
Voiced by: Kishō Taniyama[5]
Executive Member of the Port Mafia and Dazai's former partner. His ability is called For the Tainted Sorrow, which allows him to manipultate the gravity vector and strength of objects with which he is in physical contact. He's rather short and dislikes being reminded of it, especially by Dazai.
Ichiyō Higuchi (樋口 一葉 Higuchi Ichiyō)
Voiced by: Asami Seto[4]
Member of Port Mafia and subordinate of Akutagawa, who she admires. She lacks an ability but compensates it with her fighting skills.
Motojirō Kajī (梶井 基次郎 Kajī Motojirō)
Voiced by: Wataru Hatano[4]
A member of Port Mafia who's an infamous bomber even in the discreet mafia. His ability is Lemon Bomb, which prevents him from being harmed by lemon-shaped bombs he makes himself.
Ryuurou Hirotsu (広津 柳浪 Hirotsu Ryurou)
Voiced by: Atsushi Ono
A sharply dressed man, he is a commander of Black Lizard, the mafia's squad of hitmen. His Ability, 'Falling Camellia', sends objects flying with a powerful force. He's diligent in his work and dislikes unprofessional behaviour.
Michizō Tachihara (立原 道造 Tachihara Michizou)
Voiced by: Yū Hayashi
A short-tempered commander of Black Lizard.
Gin ()
Voiced by: Shiina Natsukawa
A very quiet commander of the Black Lizard group. While assumed male, Dazai revealed she's actually Ryūnosuke Akutagawa's sister. She can be just as short tempered as her brother.
Ougai Mori (森鴎外 Mori Ōgai)
Voiced by: Mitsuru Miyamoto
The leader of Port Mafia. Despite being a mafia boss, he acts like a gentleman, being polite to allies and enemies alike. As a former doctor, he's more than capable of using his knowledge to hurt others. His Ability, 'Vita Sexualis', allows him to configure Elise's actions and mood; enabling her to act as a distraction or to protect him with superhuman feats such as flight or extreme speed.
Elise (エリス Erīsu)
Voiced by: Sora Amamiya
A young girl under the care of Ougai Mori. While her actual relationship with Mori is unclear, she considers the mafia as a whole to be her family.
Kouyou Ozaki (尾崎 紅葉 Ozaki kōyō)
Voiced by: Ami Koshimizu[6]
She's is a Port Mafia executive and has the ability, 'Golden Demon,' capable of conjuring a sword wielding spirit like Kyouka and commanding it at will.
Sakunosuke Oda (織田作之助 Oda Sakunosuke)
Voiced by: Junichi Suwabe
A low-ranking member of Port Mafia and a friend of Dazai and Ango. His ability, Flawless (天衣無縫 Ten'imuhō?) allows Oda to predict the future for 5-6 seconds. His name is often shortened as 'Odasaku'. He wanted to eventually retire from the mafia and be a writer, but the terrorist André Gide killed the orphans under his care. This made him lead a one-man assault against Gide and killed him at the cost of his own life. His death is what motivated Dazai to leave the mafia.
Yumeno Kyūsaku (夢野久作 Yumeno kyūsaku)
Voiced by: Haruka Kudō
Also known as "Q". His ability Dogra Magra, is a mind control curse, that activates by splitting a doll he always carries and someone injures him. He was considered too dangerous by the mafia and imprisoned.

The Guild

Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (フランシス・スコット・キー・フィッツジェラルド)
Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai[7]
Leader of the "Fellowship of The Guild". His ability is called The Great Gatsby, which grants him an increase in strength based on how much money he spends in any way, shape or form. Simply throwing currency off a balcony can trigger his power. While his initial goal was originally believed to be to obtain the permit that allows the Armed Detective Agency to operate, it is later revealed that Fitzgerald was searching for a way to bring his dead daughter Zelda back to life.
Lucy Maud Montgomery (ルーシー・モード・モンゴメリ)
Voiced by: Kana Hanazawa[8]
A member of The Guild and Fitzgerald's subordinate. An orphan who suffered trauma from her caretakers like Atsushi, although she never recovered the way he did. This resulted in Lucy developing a psychotic personality, while also developing a dependency on the guild as she believes no one else is willing to accept her. Her ability is 'Anne of Abyssal Red' which allows her to create an alternate reality known as "Anne's Room", in which people are imprisoned if they get caught by Anne the Monster while playing tag.
Margaret Mitchell (マーガレット・ミッチェル)
Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka[9]
A member of the Guild, partnered with Nathaniel Hawthorne. Margaret's temperament can only be described as arrogant, prone to looking down on anyone around her be they friend or foe. Her ability is called "Gone with the Wind", which allows her to literally weather any object caught in the wind. It is unknown whether there are any restrictions to what this ability can affect.
Nathaniel Hawthorne (ナサニエル・ホーソーン)
Voiced by: Tarusuke Shingaki[9]
A member of the guild, and partner to Margaret Mitchell. A man of god who always carries a bible with him, Nathaniel believes that it is his duty to punish the sinners of this world. As a result, he often comes off as arrogant when he "judges" people and is prone to getting into quarrels with Margaret. Nathaniel's ability is called The Scarlet Letter, which allows him to convert his own blood into holy words and control them. They can be fired like bullets, or built up as a shield to deflect the enemy's attack.
John Steinbeck (ジョン・スタインベック)
Voiced by: Kengo Kawanishi[10]
A member of the Guild, and partner to H.P. Lovecraft. Steinbeck is a relaxed and easygoing farmboy who comes from a large family of farmers from North America. He joined the Guild in an effort to support them financially. Despite Steinbeck's relaxed personality, he can be very cold to his enemies such as when he calmly tormented the captured Q. Steinbeck's ability is called The Grapes of Wrath, which allows him to sprout grapevines from his neck which he can graft to other plants. Any plant with a grafted grape branch can be freely controlled by Steinbeck as if it was part of his own body.
Howard Phillips Lovecraft (ハワード・フィリップス・ラヴクラフト)
Voiced by: Shunsuke Takeuchi[10]
A member of the guild and partner to John Steinbeck. A bizzare man in his late twenties, Lovecraft is prone to being distracted by the most unusual things such as wood grains. While it's never outright stated in the series, Lovecraft hints that his ability "The Great Old Ones", is not an actual ability as Dazai was unable to nullify it. When fully activated, The Great Old Ones turns Lovecraft into a powerful tentacle monster that can only be damaged in the inside of his body. After the defeat of Fitzgerald, Lovecraft claims his contract has become null, so he bizarrely walks into the ocean, claiming that he's going to sleep.
Mark Twain (マーク・トウェイン)
Voiced by: Hiroyuki Yoshino[11]
A member of the guild and his ability is Huckleberry Finn & Tom Sawyer, it's an ability that takes the forms of the dolls known as Huck Finn (ハック・フィン)(voiced by Risae Matsuda) and Tom Sawyer (トム・ソーヤ)(voiced by Satsumi Matsuda). He serves as sniper and thanks to Huck and Tom his aim is excellent.
Louisa May Alcott (ルイーザ・メイ・オルコット)
Voiced by: Hikaru Ueda
A member of The Guild whose ability is named Little Women. Her shy demeanour makes her work as a strategist.
Herman Melville (ハーマン・メルビル)
Voiced by: Takayuki Sugō
An elder member of The Guild whose ability is Moby-Dick, which takes the form of a gigantic white whale-themed airship.
Edgar Allan Poe (エドガー・アラン・ポオ)
Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa
A member of The Guild with the ability "Black Cat in the Rue Morgue". Poe can transport readers into the setting of any novel that they are currently reading. He also has a pet racoon named Karl.

Other characters

Ango Sakaguchi (坂口安吾 Sakaguchi Ango)
Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama
A government worker whose ability is Discourse on Decadence. Ango once worked as Port Mafia's Intelligence Agent, but it was under the Government's orders to spy the mafia's activities. During his time working as an intelligence agent under for the Port Mafia, he also became an agent for Mimic under Mori Ougai's orders.
André Gide (アンドレ・ジッド)
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki
He was the leader of a criminal organization from Europe known as Mimic. Like Sakunosuke, he had the ability to see a few seconds into the future. A former soldier betrayed by his country, he wanted to have a glorious death, and killed Oda's loved ones to drive him to despair. After a lengthy duel, they mutually killed each other.



Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa began publishing the manga in Kadokawa Shoten's seinen magazine Young Ace in 2012.[1] Kadokawa has compiled the series into eleven tankōbon volumes as of October 2016. The series has been licensed for North America by Yen Press.[12]

Volume list

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBNEnglish release dateEnglish ISBN
1 4 April 2013[13]ISBN 978-4-04-120673-720 December 2016[14]ISBN 978-0-31-655470-1
2 5 August 2013[15]ISBN 978-4-04-120835-9
3 4 December 2013[16]ISBN 978-4-04-120952-3
4 4 April 2014[17]ISBN 978-4-04-121093-2
5 4 August 2014[18]ISBN 978-4-04-101539-1
6 4 December 2014[19]ISBN 978-4-04-101540-7
7 2 May 2015[20]ISBN 978-4-04-102915-2
8 4 September 2015[21]ISBN 978-4-04-102916-9
9 29 December 2015[22]ISBN 978-4-04-102917-6
10 4 June 2016[23]ISBN 978-4-04-104283-0
11 4 October 2016[24]ISBN 978-4-04-104286-1

Light novel

Four novels in the series, including a spin-off novel featuring Yukito Ayatsuji and Natsuhiko Kyougoku; written by Asagiri and with illustrations by Harukawa, have been published by Kadokawa.[1]

No.Japanese release dateJapanese ISBN
1 1 April 2014[25]ISBN 978-4-04-101312-0
2 1 August 2014[26]ISBN 978-4-04-101713-5
3 1 May 2015[27]ISBN 978-4-04-102332-7
Gaiden 30 January 2016[28]ISBN 978-4-04-103730-0
4 1 October 2016[29]ISBN 978-4-04-104049-2


The anime adaptation from animation studio Bones is directed by Takuya Igarashi and written by Yōji Enokido.[1] Nobuhiro Arai and Hiroshi Kanno serve as the chief animation directors, while the former also serves as character designer along with Ryō Hirata. Taku Iwasaki composes the series' music. Kazuhiro Wakabayashi is the series' sound director at Glovision. Additionally, Yumiko Kondou is the art director, Yukari Goto is the anime's color designer, Tsuyoshi Kanbayashi is the director of photography, and Shigeru Nishiyama is the editor.[30] Granrodeo performed the anime's opening theme, titled "Trash Candy",[31][32] and Luck Life performed the anime's ending theme, titled "Namae o Yobu yo" ((名前を呼ぶよ, Call Out The Name).[33]

The series have a split season: the first half, containing twelve episodes, premiered on 7 April 2016 and ended on 23 June 2016,[32] being broadcast on Tokyo MX, TVS, CTC, tvk, GBS (Gifu Broadcasting), Mie TV, SUN, TVQ Kyushu, and BS11.[34] The second half premiered on 6 October 2016.[32][35] The series has been licensed for streaming by Crunchyroll.[36] Screen Mode sung the opening theme titled "Reason Living" while Luck Life once again sung the ending theme titled "Kaze ga Fuku Machi" (風が吹く街 lit. "Town where wind blows").

An OVA will be bundled with the 13th limited edition manga volume, which is scheduled for release on 31 August 2017.[37][38]

The anime is licensed in North America by Crunchyroll (with home video distribution from Funimation) and in the United Kingdom by Anime Limited.[39][40]

Episode list

No. Official English title[lower-alpha 1]
Original Japanese title[41]
Original air date[42]
1 "Fortune Is Unpredictable and Mutable"
"Jinsei Banji Saiō ga Tora" (人生万事塞翁が虎) 
7 April 2016[lower-alpha 2]
2 "A Certain Bomb"
"Aru Bakudan" (或る爆弾) 
14 April 2016
3 "Yokohama Gangster Paradise"
"Yokohama Gyangusuta Paradaisu" (ヨコハマ ギャングスタア パラダヰス) 
21 April 2016
4 "The Tragedy of the Fatalist"
"Unmeironsha no Himi" (運命論者の悲み) 
28 April 2016
5 "Murder on D Street"  5 May 2016
6 "The Azure Messenger"
"Ao no Shito" (蒼の使徒) 
12 May 2016
7 "Love for the Disease Called Ideals"
"Risō to Iu Yamai wo Aisu" (理想という病を愛す) 
19 May 2016
8 "Teaching Them To Kill; Then To Die"
"Hito wo Koroshite Shine yo tote" (人を殺して死ねよとて) 
26 May 2016
9 "The Beauty Is Quiet Like a Stone Statue"
"Utsukushiki Hito wa Sabi to Shite Sekizō no Gotoku" (うつくしき人は寂として石像の如く) 
2 June 2016
10 "Rashomon and the Tiger"
"Rashōmon to Tora" (羅生門と虎) 
9 June 2016
11 "First, an Unsuitable Profession for Her. Second, an Ecstatic Detective Agency"
"Sono Ichi, 'Kanojo ni Mukanai Shokugyō'. Sono Ni, 'Uchōten Tanteisha'" (其の一『彼女には向かない職業』。 其の二『有頂天探偵社』) 
16 June 2016
12 "Borne Back Ceaselessly into the Past"
"Taemanaku Kako e Oshimodosare nagara" (たえまなく過去へ押し戻されながら) 
23 June 2016
13 "The Dark Age"
"Kuro no Jidai" (黒の時代) 
6 October 2016
14 "Nowhere to Return"
"Modorenai Basho" (戻れない場所) 
13 October 2016
15 "A Room Where We Can Someday See the Ocean"
"Itsuka Umi no Mieru Heya de" (いつか海の見える部屋で) 
20 October 2016
16 "Bungo Stray Dogs"
"Bungō Sutorei Doggusu" (文豪ストレイドッグス) 
27 October 2016
17 "Three Companies Conflict"
"San Shakyōgō" (社競合) 
3 November 2016
18 "The Strategy of Conflict"
"Funsō no Senryaku" (紛争の戦略) 
10 November 2016
19 "Will of Tycoon"
"Wiru Obu Taikūn" (ウィル・オブ・タイクーン) 
17 November 2016
20 "Though the Mind May Be Wrong"
"Atama wa Machigau Koto ga Atte mo" (頭は間違うことがあっても) 
24 November 2016
21 "Double Black"
"Sōtsu no Kuro" (双つの黒) 
1 December 2016
22 "Part 1: Poe and Rampo / Part 2: Moby Dick, Swimming in the Sky"
"Sono Ichi: Poo to Ranpo / Sono Ni: Ten no Umi o Yuku Shiro Kujira no Ari te" (其の一『ポオと乱歩』/ 其の二『天の海をゆく白鯨のありて』) 
8 December 2016


  1. All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.
  2. The series was listed to premiere at 25:05 on 6 April 2016; this is the same as 1:05 on 7 April.


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