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HIDIVE announces ‘The Dangers In My Heart’ simulcast premieres next month

Two very different people forge a strong connection

(Featured Image Source: HIDIVE / ©Norio Sakurai (Akita Shoten) / Boku Yabu Production Committee)

The anime adaption of romantic-comedy manga The Dangers in My Heart is premiering next month, and HIDIVE has announced that will be simulcast streaming the series.

“Fascinated by murder and all things macabre, Kyotaro fantasizes about acting on his twisted thoughts to the detriment of his classmates. His heart was dark until an encounter with Anna lit a spark within it in a classic tale of antisocial boy meets popular girl. Now they must both navigate a blossoming relationship and defy the expectations they have of each other and themselves.”

Synopsis via HIDIVE

The Dangers in My Heart was written and illustrated by Norio Sakurai. The story of a macabre loner student isolated from the popular people in his class. He eventually befriends the well-liked Anna Yamada, who helps him open up his heart. The anime adaption is directed by Hiroaki Akagi, written by Jukki Hanada, with music by Kensuke Ushio, and animation by Shin-Ei Animation.

The Dangers in My Heart premieres on HIDIVE on April 1, 2023, with new episodes every Saturday.

(Source: HIDIVE)

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