Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season

Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season

Bungou Stray Dogs 2nd Season Episode 14 - Nowhere to Return

The reason that Odasaku went to a certain Western style restaurant was not just because of the curry. He is having the owner watch over a group of young children who had lost their parents two years ago in the war. Odasaku is trying to track down Ango, and remembers the time they first met. Meanwhile, Dazai manages to catch one of the Mimic soldiers alive in a trap he had set. However, once he gets there, all that is waiting for him is a corpse. Another figure was also waiting for him, his subordinate, Akutagawa Ryuunosuke.

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The Dark Age

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Three Companies Conflict

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The Conflict of Strategy

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Will of Tycoon

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Though the Mind May be Wrong

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Double Black

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Poe and Rampo

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Rashoumon, The Tiger, and The Last Emperor

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If I May Shed Away My Burden Now

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hamletsmage hamletsmage says

If you have now watched both seasons of Bungou, you probably enjoy how the various Gifted agencies work against/with/around each other. You probably like that while Atsushi is the main character, the action is split up among the various organizations. If that is the case, why not go and give Durarara!! a look. It's got the same gang-type fighting, overly powerful characters, and air time given to various members of all of the groups. 

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