Here is my take after reading 3 volumes of the thought provoking manga Otouto no Otto by Gengorou Tagame.
My Husband's Brother is about Yachi and his daughter Kana being visited by his diseased twin brother's Canadian Husband, Mike.
The story revolves on how Yachi, a conservative and traditional Japanese, handles the openly gay Mike through a series of interaction together with his daughter and ex-wife.
I personally love how the story progress from total prejudice to acceptance. We all have the Yachi in all of us, and we wish to be just Kana not judging and unbiased.
The characters are wonderfully written and are on point on
what they should represent in the story.
The art is good enough for my taste, but the one that brings everything together is the heart and soul that Gengorou Tagame put on writing the story to capture the readers mind and attention.
This is a definite must read for all. When I mean "all", it would be those who have strong enough values to process and understand these things. In this age and generation, we need an open mind so we can help each other to become the person who we are created to be.