My Home Hero Manga To Get Anime Adaptation

Image source: Kodansha website

The Kodansha-published My Home Hero manga is getting a TV anime adaptation. The news was announced in the 29th issue of Young Magazine which launched on June 20 (via Comic Natalie).

Written by Naoki Yamakawa and drawn by Masashi Asaki, My Home Hero follows a 47-year-old father named Tetsuo Tosu. When Tetsuo sees that his daughter Reika has been hit, he asks for the identity of the culprit but fails to get an answer. One day, Tetsuo spots a man that appears to be the culprit and follows him, a decision that sets in motion a chain of events that change the fate of his family.

Image source: Kodansha website

The manga began in 2017 and has 17 tankoubon volumes as of February 2022. It is published under the Young Maga KC Special label.

Source: Comic Natalie

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