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Some quick news for fans of crime drama and suspense: My Home Hero, a seinen manga Naoki Yamakawa and illustrated by Masashi Asaki about an ordinary salaryman who finds himself drawn into the criminal underworld after a series of events go horribly wrong, is being adapted into a TV anime.


So far, no further details (such as the cast, the crew, or the release date) have yet been revealed about the production.


The cover of Volume 17 of the My Home Hero manga, as illustrated by Masashi Asaki. The cover features the main character, Tetsuo Tosu, sitting in a stuffed leather chair in a room with hardwood floors. Tetsuo sits with his legs crossed and his hat clutched to his chest. He wears a white long-sleeved business shirt, a green tie with a stripe pattern, light green slacks, and brown loafer shoes. He has a half-smiling, half-ambivalent expression upon his face.


My Home Hero is serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine. The series follows Tetsuo Tosu, a middle-aged salaryman who becomes embroiled in the criminal underworld after he confronts and accidentally kills his college-age daughter’s abusive gangster boyfriend. Backed into a corner, Tetsuo will use any means at his disposal to protect his family.


Source: Comic Natalie


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