Anime Review Roundup
Bungo Stray Dogs Movie: Dead Apple for review. Given that a fourth season of Bungo Stray Dogs has just been announced to be in production, I’m saying that it’s a timely review, not a coincidence in any way. The film slots in between seasons 2 and 3, and is a genuine continuation of the story, not one of the usual shonen movie spin-offs. It’s another adventure in a Yokohama populated by gifted folk, people with powers. The Armed Detective Agency sort of stands between the authorities and the criminal Port Mafia group, but there’s a whole lot of external interest in the city. Another threat arises in the movie. Click on the review to see how the film fares.
This Week I Have Been Mostly Rewatching...
Manga Entertainment released the show on DVD originally, first in seven volumes, and then as a complete series collection. For this viewing I’m taking in Manga Entertainment’s Deluxe Blu-ray release from 2018, which sold out pretty much straight away (here’s my review). Not to worry, as the standard Blu-ray release is not going anywhere anytime soon. It’s well worth picking up if you have yet to discover Stand Alone Complex.
Bungo Stray Dogs Movie: Dead Apple came out on the Manga Entertainment label in February this year. Of course they’re Funimation now.