It should work for any directed graph whether it's acyclic or not. The analogue of VertexOutComponent[] for undirected graphs is ConnectedComponents[].

Note: As is, this works for cases where the vertex list is a range of contigous integers. For a general graph g where vertex list is an arbitrary set, one can work with the set of vertex indices VertexIndex[g,#]&[email protected][g].

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