A renowned Japanese leaker confirmed that the manga was written and illustrated by Miko yasu, Hakozume: Koban Joshi no Gyakushuu (Police in a pod), will have an anime adaptation. The leak also confirmed the project's spokespersons and production team, confirming that the studios Madhouse they'll be in charge.

Hakozume: Koban Joshi no Gyakushuu

Miko Yasu started publishing the manga through the magazine tomorrow from the publisher Kodansha November 2017. The publisher released its seventeenth anthology on June 23rd and will publish the eighteenth on August 23rd in Japan. It is worth noting that a live-action series is currently being broadcast in Japan.

Cast

  • Shion wakayama like Mai Kawai.
  • Yui ishikawa like Seiko Fuji.

Production team

  • Yuuzou Satou (Gokusen, Gyakkyou Burai Kaiji: Hakairoku hen, Sakura Taisen) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Madhouse.
  • Ryuunosuke Kingetsu (Futakoi Alternative, Gakuen Utopia Manabi Straight !, Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica, Ninin ga Shinobuden) is responsible for writing and maintaining the scripts.
  • Kei tsuchiya (Arve Rezzle: Kikaijikake no Yousei-tachi, Laidbackers) is responsible for character design.

Hakozume content: Koban Joshi no Gyakushuu

Seiko Fuji graduated from Police College and is now an excellent detective. For some reason, she is being transferred to the Machiyama Police Station. His partner there is rookie Mai Kawai. Mai Kawai is naive and has an honest personality. She became a police officer because of her steady income, but even as a police officer she is already thinking of leaving the police. She doesn't feel rewarded for working in the police station. At that moment, Seiko Fuji arrives at the Machiyama Police Station. Seiko Fuji and Mai Kawai work together as a team and grow closer.

Source: Ryokutya

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