Big news for fans of Gengoroh Tagame's critically acclaimed family drama manga, My Brother's Husband: the manga has won the award for the "Best U.S. Edition of International Material - Asia" category at the 2018 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, which are presented every year at San Diego Comic-Con. Hit the jump to learn more.
The official website for the upcoming live-action TV drama adaptation of Gengoroh Tagame's LGBT-themed family drama manga Otouto no Otto/My Brother's Husband has posted a main visual introducing its three main cast: Ryota Sato as the protagonist Yaichi, ex-sumo wrestler Estonian Baruto as Yaichi's twin brother Ryoji's husband Mike, and Maharu Nemoto as Yaichi's daughter Kana. Check out their visuals after the jump.
Japan's national public broadcasting station NHK announced today that a live-action TV drama adaptation of Gengoroh Tagame's LGBT-themed family drama manga Otouto no Otto/My Brother's Husband for three episodes on its main satellite channel NHK BS Premium from March 4 to 18, 2018. Check out more information including the cast for the two main characters.
Ready or not, it's time for the year end retrospectives. Amazon for example has already weighed in with their Best Books of 2017, and, in the Comics and Graphic Novels category, it's Zelda and two volumes touching on LGBT subjects representing manga. More after the jump.
Massive Goods (Massive: Gay Erotic Manga and the Men Who Make It) have announced that they are working with Pantheon Books, a publishing imprint who was worked on acclaimed graphic novels such as Maus, Ice Haven and La Perdida, to release Gengoroh Tagame's 19th Japan Media Arts Festival Awards award winning My Brother’s Husband in an omnibus edition in summer 2017.