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Bungō Stray Dogs Anime Adaptation Announced

Earlier today, the official Bungō Stray Dogs manga Twitter account announced that the title will receive an anime adaptation. Director Takuya Igarashi (Captain Earth, Ouran High School Host Club) and screenwriter Yoji Enokido (Melody of Oblivion, Ouran High School Host Club) will be in charge of the series at Studio BONES.

Rough Translation: Bungō Stray Dogs [Animation announcement]! Takuya Igarashi x Yoji Enokido x Bones is producing the long-awaited adaptation!

Bungō Stray Dogs is an ongoing manga series by Kafka Asagiri (writer) and Sango Harukawa (artist). The series made its début in Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine in 2012. To date, seven compiled volumes of the series were released, with volume 8 due to hit retailers on September 4.

Source: Comic Natalie

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