Kei Sanbe’s For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams manga is entering its climax. The manga is titled ‘Yume de Mita Anoko no Tameni’ in Japanese. Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine’s September issue revealed the news on Tuesday.
Yen Press published the manga’s English version for the fans worldwide.
For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams: Synopsis
The story revolves around Senri Nakajou. When Senri was a young child, he saw his entire family get murdered before his eyes. Since that day, he decided to get revenge. He lives just to bring the criminals to justice.
Senri is learning all about how to attain power and money. With all the power and money, he wants to catch his family’s murderer. This might get him a little dirty, but he is ready for all the bad in the world. His sole aim is to find his family’s killer and do justice.
Manga’s Journey Till Now
Kei Sanbe’s For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams manga has received many awards and honors. The Stan Lee Excelsior Award announced that the manga is among five graphic novels on shortlist for this year’s award.
The other titles are Fabien Grolleau and Jeremie Royer’s Darwin: An Exceptional Voyage, Tom King and Mitch Gerads Mister Miracle, James Tynion IV and Alvaro Martinez’ Justice League Dark: The Last Age of Magic, and Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc’s Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani.
The British award program is not just an award for good manga. It also aims to encourage reading among children. Additionally, they promote graphic novels in school libraries and teachers.
Sanbe (ERASED) launched the manga in July 2017. It premiered in Young Ace magazine. Kadokawa published the manga’s sixth compiled book volume. Yen Press publishes the manga’s fifth volume English version on July 21.
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