Following today's captivating episode, the team behind the anime adaptation of "The Dangers in My Heart" (Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu) unveiled a special visual. This artwork captures the pivotal moment when Yamada becomes aware of Ichikawa's feelings, a scene she overhears unbeknownst to him.

The Dangers in My Heart

This visual echoes a previous release, which depicted Ichikawa's realization of his own feelings towards Yamada, a turning point in the first season's sixth episode.

The ongoing second season promises a total of thirteen episodes, continuing to enthrall viewers. The original manga, "The Dangers in My Heart", began serialization in March 2018 through Cross Sleeve, a service provided by publisher Akita Shoten.

Meet the Production Team

  • Hiroaki Akagi (Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan, Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san, Sentouin, Hakenshimasu!) leads the direction at Shin-Ei Animation studios.
  • Jukki Hanada (Steins;Gate, No Game No Life, Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!) oversees the scriptwriting.
  • Masato Katsumata (Mahoutsukai no Yome, Go-toubun no Hanayome, Grisaia: Phantom Trigger THE ANIMATION) manages character design and animation direction.
  • Kensuke Ushio (Koe no Katachi, Chainsaw Man, Boogiepop wa Warawanai) composes the evocative soundtrack.

Synopsis of "The Dangers in My Heart"

Kyoutaro Ichikawa may seem like an ordinary high schooler, yet he harbors dark fantasies. The object of his morbid daydreams, the class star Anna Yamada, is often the focus of his thoughts. In the quiet of the library, their paths cross unexpectedly as Yamada indulges in her secret candy binges. Ichikawa, observing her quirks, finds himself unwittingly cheering her on. Conversely, Yamada finds amusement in Ichikawa's awkwardness. Their interactions, filled with warmth and humor, gradually transform their acquaintance into a deeper connection. As time unfolds, Ichikawa's sinister thoughts morph into something unexpected.

Source: Comic Natalie

© Norio Sakurai (Akita Shoten) / Boku Yaba Production Committee / 桜井のりお(秋田書店)/僕ヤバ製作委員会

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