While the leaders of the Port Mafia and the gifted special operations division meet via Ango, Dazai is close to discovering the true significance of the conflict between the three groups. However, in despair, Odasaku's deaf to Dazai's entreaties not to go alone to Mimic's headquarters where Gide awaits...
The Dark Age
Nowhere to Return
A Room Where We Can Someday See The Ocean
Bungo Stray Dogs
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The Conflict of Strategy
Will of Tycoon
Though the Mind May be Wrong
Poe and Rampo
Rashoumon, The Tiger, and The Last Emperor
If I May Shed Away My Burden Now
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Looking for a change, Mikado moves from the countryside to bustling Ikebukuro to attend the same high school as his best friend, Masaomi. Though navigating a new school and friendships can prove tough by itself, Mikado also finds an overwhelming number of new delights and dangers in the district he now calls home. From a friendly Russian sushi bar to the...
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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.
Different gangs fight for the control of a city in central Tokyo that is crowded with lots of gifted people, being it supernatural abilities, high intelligency or superhuman strenght (and lots of mental issues). All of them individually are loking for their place in the city and to be acknowledged by others.
- both of these animes involve superpowers and both of them have an interesting storyline
- Izaya Orahara and Ozamu Dazai are somewhat similar in that they are both extremely intelligent