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Kafka Asagiri

Autor(a) de Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 1

51 Works 2,603 Membros 19 Críticas

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Obras por Kafka Asagiri

Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 1 (2013) — Autor — 355 exemplares, 3 críticas
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 2 (2013) — Autor — 177 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 3 (2020) — Autor — 165 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 4 (2014) — Autor — 110 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 5 (2014) — Autor — 91 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 6 (2014) — Autor — 88 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs: Beast, Volume 1 (2020) — Autor — 80 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 8 (2015) — Autor — 78 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 7 (2015) — Autor — 77 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 10 (2016) — Autor — 77 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 9 (2015) — Autor — 73 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 11 (2016) — Autor — 67 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 1: Osamu Dazai's Entrance Exam (2014) — Autor — 66 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 12 (2017) — Autor — 59 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 13 (2017) — Autor — 57 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs: Beast, Volume 2 (2021) — Autor — 56 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 20 (2020) — Autor — 54 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 14 (2017) — Autor — 54 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 18 (2019) — Autor — 53 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 16 (2018) — Autor — 49 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 17 (2017) — Autor — 49 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 7: Dazai, Chuuya, Age Fifteen (2019) — Autor — 47 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs: Beast, Volume 3 (2021) — Autor — 46 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 19 (2020) — Autor — 45 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 15 (2018) — Autor — 45 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 21 (2021) — Autor — 43 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 3: The Untold Origins of the Detective Agency (2015) — Autor — 40 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs: Wan!, Volume 1 (2022) — Original Story — 39 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 4: 55 Minutes (2016) — Autor — 37 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 22 (2022) — Autor — 37 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs: Beast, Volume 4 (2023) 33 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 8: Storm Bringer (2021) — Autor — 33 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 6: Beast (2019) — Autor — 32 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs Another Story: Yukito Ayatsuyi vs. Natsuhiko Kyougoku, Volume 1 (2019) — Original Story — 32 exemplares, 1 crítica
Bungo Stray Dogs: Wan!, Volume 2 (2022) — Original Story — 24 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs, Volume 23 (2023) 23 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs: Wan!, Volume 3 (2022) — Original Story — 16 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs: Wan!, Vol. 4 (Bungo Stray Dogs: Wan!, 4) (2023) — Original Story — 9 exemplares
Bungo Stray Dogs: Wan!, Vol. 5 (2023) — Original Story — 6 exemplares
BUNGO STRAY DOGS T23 (2024) 1 exemplar

Etiquetado

Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
1984-03-17
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
Japan
Local de nascimento
Ehime, Japan

Membros

Críticas

amazing (⌒▽⌒)☆
 
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rawrcorez | 2 outras críticas | Mar 15, 2024 |
It's almost sort of interesting that this fantasy manga's characters are based on actual Japanese poets and writers, but the general set-up of super-powered detectives constantly fighting super-powered Mafioso isn't much of a hook for me.

I'm unfamiliar with most of the authors featured here, but it is funny that I was totally unaware of Osamu Dazai two years ago, but now here's the fourth book I'm reading about him. And this one tastelessly has him constantly trying to commit suicide as its comic relief.

Unless I learn that this gets truly awesome as it goes, I don't think I'm going to bother trying to get through this 23-volume series.
… (mais)
 
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villemezbrown | 2 outras críticas | Feb 4, 2024 |
This is more of a 3.5 rating than a 4 star. The writing for these kind of wavers between okay, enjoyable (mostly coasting off decent plots), and cringe, and this one was at least funnier than the series light novels tend to be. I genuinely laughed relatively often with the first short story in it, about how Atsushi's entrance exam was picked.

The second short story, which takes up the majority of the book and is about how the agency began, is honestly a bit boring overall. It's interesting to see how Fukuzawa and Ranpo met, and the plot is relatively entertaining as BSD light novel plots go, though far less compelling than Storm Bringer, Dead Apple, or Dazai, Chuuya, Age Fifteen. Part of the issue is that I don't like Ranpo very much, at least compared to other characters. He's fun, he can be funny, and it's interesting to see him solve things. The story does handle him interestingly, and to be fair, he is 14 in this, so it's unsurprising that he's a whiny child. He's just... also whinier than he usually is when he's in his 20s and that's not all that enjoyable.

The art was all right. I don't know if I'm in the minority of folks who prefers the anime art over the manga art, but I definitely prefer it over the light novel art, at least for this one. Other light novels had much better art, or at least depicted more interesting scenes by and large.

Overall it's another light novel. It's currently/has been animated by Studio Bones for season 4, so if you'd like to just see a visual version rather than read this, you're going to be able to very soon. As of this writing, Episode 1 has been out for a number of days. There are definitely differences in the animation, with callbacks to things later in the manga story, as well as what looks like some very economical cutting for time of character backstories and descriptions, which are normal in the process of adapting books to anime. It's not necessarily worse, though you do get more informative backstory by reading the book. If you're curious, reading the novel isn't a waste of your time. But it's not the best of these by a long shot, unless you really love Ranpo and Fukuzawa. The short story to start with isn't even that thrilling because it's mostly Kunikida melting down and Dazai being annoying, even if he's sometimes funny. But generally it's an interesting addition to the anime.
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AnonR | Aug 5, 2023 |
Honestly the writing and characters are boring and the art is pretty bad. Minor spoilers I guess: if you're looking for Chuuya, he's not actually in this. He is technically in one panel, but it's just a general reference to ability users. He's not actually in the story.
 
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AnonR | Aug 5, 2023 |

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Sango Harukawa Illustrator, Character Design
Shiwasu Hoshikawa Illustrator
Antje Bockel Translator

Estatísticas

Obras
51
Membros
2,603
Popularidade
#9,869
Avaliação
4.1
Críticas
19
ISBN
151
Línguas
8

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