Anyone up for some good manga? We have a new read ready for you! Naoki Yamakawa and Masashi Asaki’s My Home Hero manga might just be the perfect way to begin your days, even better, it’s going to be licensed and released digitally soon!
On Wednesday, Kodansha USA Publishing announced that it has licensed Naoki Yamakawa and Masashi Asaki’s My Home Hero manga and will begin publishing it digitally on February 28.
Check out the twitter announcement of the company here:
In May 2017, Yamakawa and Asaki published the manga in Weekly Young Magazine. On January 6, the manga’s 19th compiled book volume was released. In June 2022, the manga resumed with its third and final installment in the 29th issue of Weekly Young Magazine. The final arc picks up seven years after the second part of the story. The manga went on hiatus after the second part ended in October 2021.
The manga follows a salaryman with a dependable wife and a university-aged daughter who can be a little rebellious at times but lives a happy life in his own way. Until one day he discovers his daughter has been beaten, at which point he embarks on a perilous journey to protect his family.
The manga will be adapted into a television anime series, which will debut in April.
The I’m Standing on a Million Lives manga by Yamakawa and Akinari Nao inspired a television anime adaptation that debuted in October 2020. The second season of the anime premiered in July 2021. The manga is being published in English by Kodansha US.
Yuma Ando’s Psychometrer and Psychometrer Eiji mangas were illustrated by Asaki, as was the IWGP: Denshi no Hoshi manga for the Ikebukuro West Gate Park franchise.
So, what do you think? Is Yamakawa and Asaki’s My Home Hero Manga getting a spot on your To-Be-Read List?