Bungo stray dogs manga online
Bungo Stray Dogs
Welcome to the BunGo Stray Dogs manga page. We have the latest English translations of the BunGo Stray Dogs manga right here. We also have the raws (read by the scanlators) of the Manga here. Enjoy.
Bungo Stray Dogs Manga Volume 1
By: Tachibana Makoto and Komiya Yuki
Bungo: The dogs!
Bungo: This city is full of dogs!
Bungo: If we ask them for food they will look us up and down,
Bungo: The dogs think they own the place!
Bungo: Let's see if they really are the enemy!
Bungo is a young orphan boy living in Yokohama in the postwar period. It seems like normal people aren't interested in the homeless of Yokohama, but for Bungo, he's different. He makes friends with a group of three stray dogs that look like they live on the streets. Together with the dogs he learns about the lives of his new friends and the city of Yokohama, where everyone seems to be struggling to survive in peace.
Bungo Stray Dogs is the first full-length, original story in the Bungo Stray Dogs series. As the story proceeds Bungo and his friends will face many new challenges. In the series Bungo will have many new friends as he encounters other characters in the city, and he will also face many new enemies. While Bungo might be homeless and without a family, he still has a strong sense of loyalty, and he is always there to help his friends.
Bungo Stray Dogs
By: Tachibana Makoto and Komiya Yuki
The manga is currently in 4 volumes. The first three are already translated to English. The fourth volume has been released in English with the title Bungo Stray Dogs: City of Strays (Volume 1-3 English Translation) and is avlable to read on Crunchyroll.
Bungo Stray Dogs will be coming to Manga One on November 6th, 2010 in Japanese with English subtitles and the manga will be $9.99. Click the image to buy it!
My personal feelings on the series are that it's just too complicated for me. While I like the look and feel of the art it's the story and world building which I find extremely interesting and complex.
One person who has had experience with the story so far is our very own John!
A new book entitled "Bungo Stray Dogs", written by Komiya Yuki (author of "Shakugan no Shana") and illustrated by Tachibana Makoto (illustrator of "Touma no Tochoumaru" and "Omote") has been released in Japan and also has already been released in North America by Viz Media. You can view some of the covers of the manga in the first post above. The translation is also going to be released on Crunchyroll. Unfortunately, there is no information about when the manga will be released in English. We'll keep you updated with the release dates.
If you're a fan of the Bungo Stray Dogs anime series, the manga follows up the events of the anime and is currently in Chapter 4. To view more artwork by Tachibana Makoto and Komiya Yuki click here.
On the same day as the Japanese release, Viz Media will release the manga in English under the title Bungo Stray Dogs: City of Strays. The first volume will release in English on November 4th, 2010 with new chapters every Wednesday.
The manga will cost $10.99 on Viz Manga's website. Click the image to check out the first volume!
Bungo Stray Dogs: City of Strays Manga [English Edition] The anime Bungo Stray Dogs has gned its fr share of attention because of its rather adult content. Some scenes from the show have inspired the English version of the manga to undergo major changes. The...
We're back with more updates about Stray Dogs! We already mentioned the first volume of Stray Dogs, the anime adaptation of Takahiro Inoue's manga, was released in Japan today, but we also have an interview with the author, and a sneak peak at the covers for the first volume, the second volume of the manga is scheduled to be released in Japanese on June 27th, and we also have a few exclusive pictures that were only taken for the press release.
The new Stray Dogs manga is set some time after the anime and before the events of the anime. It's a sequel that is very different from the anime, so fans of the show should enjoy it. You can view more illustrations from the manga in the first post above. The Japanese release is set to be released on June 27th, 2010.
Stray Dogs manga: The manga follows the events of the anime and is now set in a different location, which means the story will also be different. The following preview shows what to expect. Read the manga and if you don't mind the adult content, then the anime is probably for you.
Stray Dogs: City of Strays is an upcoming anime adaptation of the popular Manga that has been in the making for quite some time now. The manga, written by Takahiro Inoue, is a tale of what happens after the final death match of the 'Yatterman' and as such, the Stray Dogs (Bungo Stray Dogs) take the streets and wreak havoc. This year, the anime will be directed by Kenji Kamiyama and feature animation by TNK with a story by the original creator.
The following clip featuring animation from the anime has been released. Be sure to watch it!
As most of you are already aware of, Takahiro Inoue's Stray Dogs has been getting quite a lot of attention since it's first publication in Japan in November of last year. Not that we're complning... Inoue's work is very much enjoyed by many. It's just that his latest "adult manga" has received some quite a bit of attention, not only for its graphic depictions of violence, but for a couple of other elements.
As far as his work is concerned, we here at Strayanews certnly recommend you take a look at his works, even if they are considered a bit much for some. We're quite sure you won't regret it. In the end, they're pretty well written with some truly wonderful characters.
Tune in to Strayanews on Friday this week, as we'll be posting a new entry on Inoue's Stray Dogs as soon as it becomes avlable. If there's anything you'd like to discuss or any questions regarding the article, feel free to ask in the comments.
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