My Home Hero Manga Gets Digital Release from Kodansha USA

Naoki Yamakawa and Masashi Asaki's series is inspiring an anime adaptation

My Home Hero


Kodansha USA revealed a new digital manga series for February, and this one also has an anime coming this spring. The latest title on the way is My Home Hero, featuring a story by Naoki Yamakawa and art by Masashi Asaki.


My Home Hero is set to debut on February 28, and a free preview of chapter 1 is currently available on Kodansha's website.


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Tetsuo Tosu is a typical father whose biggest worries are his job and his rebellious daughter, Reika. That is, until he finds a bruise on her face. His worst fears come true when he finds out she has a secret boyfriend…and he’s part of a crime ring that’s using her to steal her grandparent’s wealth. If that wasn’t bad enough, the thug catches Tetsuo snooping around and threatens to kill Reika as soon as she gets home. Fueled by fatherly instincts, Tetsuo murders the man…only for his wife to walk in and witness what he’s done. Now with a corpse to hide and a crime ring hot on his tail, Tetsuo must resort to his love of detective novels and his wits to stay one step ahead of a grim fate…


Crunchyroll previously announced plans to stream the My Home Hero TV anime adaptation this April in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East and CIS.


Source: Kodansha USA on Twitter




Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his comics at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.

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