Bungou Stray Dogs News And Update: Three New Characters Added From The Series Collaboration Bunko Covers; Streaming Season 2 On Crunchyroll

After the release of the first six characters in "Bungou Stray Dogs" in March, Kadokawa has shared three more characters in the series for the collaboration bunko covers. The covers include his poem collection with Chuya Nakahara titled "Yogerechimatta Kanashimini", his novel "Teni Muhou" feature Sakunosuke Oda and his essay with the title "Daraku-ron" comes with Ango Sakaguchi.

The 13th episode of the anime aired yesterday and members of Crunchyroll can watch it again online, except in Asia.

Nakahara made his first appearance in the first season with Osamu Dazai while he was in Port Mafia as a prisoner. Nakahara didn't like the fact that Dazai was just waiting for his punishment so, with just one kick, he broke Dazai's shackles and challenged him to a duel. Only to find out that Dazai has already broken his shackles before his help and was only there for Atsushi's sake.

Oda Sakunosuke or also known as Odasaku first appeared in Dazai Osamu and Dark Era Light Novel. He was introduced in a bar drinking with Ango Sakaguchi and Osamu Dazai. After a few days, he was told that Sakaguchi was missing and he is assigned to find him. His investigation let him to a fight with the members of Mimic, a group that plans to go in a war against Port Mafia.

Ango Sakaguchi is suspected to be a spy for Mimic against Dazai and Nakahara's group, Port Mafia. Mori knew about Sakaguchi's real identity and used him to get the Ability Business Permit. Later on, Sakaguchi was seen injured from a vehicular accident which is believed to be planned by the Guild.

Bungou Stray Dogs is a manga series by Kafka Asagiri and illustrated by Sango Harukawa. It has been featured in Young Ace magazine since 2012 and was adapted into a two part TV anime by Bones. The first part aired last April 2016 and the second one October 6, 2016.

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