The first promotional image of the upcoming, live-action, TV adaptation of My Brother's Husband has been released, and queer manga fans are living for it!
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The groundbreaking gay-themed manga, which was written by Gengoroh Tagame, is about the life of a single, stay-at-home, Japanese dad named Yaichi and his daughter Kana. They are visited by a Canadian named Mike Flanagan, the husband of Yaichi's recently deceased brother, and the series follows Yaichi's changing attitudes about being gay and the homophobia queer people face in Japanese culture.
According to Otaku USA, the promo shot "shows actors Baruto Kaito, Maharu Nemoto and Ryuta Sato creating a pitch-perfect replica of the cover of the first volume of the manga."
Take a look at the promotional image for yourself below!