Henryâ€“Michael Brown begins his quest to become the first Puerto Ricanâ€“American author to have an anime adaptation by a Japanese studio.
JERSEY CITY, NJ, November 19, 2019 â€“ Author Henryâ€“Michael Brown is taking his first steps to attempt to break into the Japanese anime/manga industry with the paperback novel release of his fantasy comedy The Impossible Man. If successful, he will become the first Puerto Rican-American to accomplish this feat.
The Impossible Man; is set in 2002, at the height of the anime and manga culture boom in America, Michael Garcia is the owner of The Impossible Manâ€™s Anime and Manga Shop in Denfair City, New Jersey. He became so famous in Japan that trouble now follows him everywhere. One day, without Michaelâ€™s knowledge, his mother hired Yuki Shimizu as the storeâ€™s bodyguard while she visited Japan. With trouble now brewing, a mysterious artifact arrives at the shop, and begins wreaking havoc for Michael and his employees. It is up to Yuki to help her co-workers protect their boss and the store from danger.