It has been quite some time since we saw the much beloved Armed Detective Agency and Port Mafia, with Season 3 airing in 2019. Bungou Stray Dogs has gained a decent amount of popularity since then, and the fans have been hyped to see how Season 4 unfolds ever since Bones announced it in the Fall of 2021.
Bungou Stray Dogs Season 4 will have 13 episodes.
Fans have been patiently curious about the length of Season 4, and now we finally have the answer to this question that had been looming large for quite some time now. So how many episodes will Bungou Stray Dogs Season 4 have? The official Bluray and DVD listing that the anime’s Official Twitter account has released has confirmed that Season 4 will have a total of 13 episodes.
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Season 4 is currently covering the Untold Origins arc, which stars Ranpo as the protagonist of the story. After this flashback arc, the anime is set to kick the manga’s Decay of the Angel Saga, which started in the previous season, into full gear as we dive into the aftermath of the Cannibalism arc.
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Bungou Stray Dogs has been one of the Most Anticipated Anime of Winter 2023 and is the Second Highest Rated Anime of the Season on MyAnimeList, after Vinland Saga Season 2, with an aggregate score of 8.55.
Bungou Stray Dogs Season 4 is Streaming on Crunchyroll.
Where can you watch Bungou Stray Dogs Season 4? Well, the anime will be streaming in Crunchyroll with new episodes available every Wednesday afternoon according to Pacific Standard Time.
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The official synopsis by Crunchyroll for Bungou Stray Dogs Season 4 reads; “When a new mysterious group, the Decay of the Angel, seeks to destroy the Armed Detective Agency, they do it from the inside. What seemed like a murder investigation turns out to be a trap set by Fyodor, who was originally thought to be captured! With everyone now a suspect, a special unit of the military police, the Hunting Dogs, are ready to sniff out any corruption.”
Screen Mode performs the opening theme song titled “True Story”, and Luck Life performs the ending theme “Shirushi.”
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Source: Official Website.