I liked this one a lot. Both the anime and the manga. The anime is over on Netflix if you’re looking for it. Don’t go into it thinking it’ll be all kinds of flashy. The director tried to keep it directly to the method of panel work in the manga, so it feels uncharacteristically incomplete. Once you get into how it is executed, it adds to the humor the situation.
Rugged ex-yakuza turns into an ultimate househusband that puts his all into being the best. Which, when you’re training is in a particular methodology in the gang-type underworld, can be hilarious when employed for daily tasks.
If you’re looking for humor with just a touch of dark humor, not more than a very mild suggestion, this’ll do the trick fast. The chapters are short, the anime is shorter.
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