Binbin Fukufuku Nazuna-sama! centers on office worker who finds girl in his room
This year's 40th issue of Shueisha's Young Jump magazine revealed on Thursday that Heisei Policemen!! manga creator So-He- Inaba will launch the Binbin Fukufuku Nazuna-sama! manga series in the 42nd issue on September 19.
The comedy story centers on a office worker at an exploitive company. One day, he finds a girl he doesn't know in his room after returning home on the last train. The man's uninvited visitor turns out to be a god of poverty.
The story debuted as a one-shot (seen right) in the Young Jump magazine and its YanJan! app on February 21.
Inaba will also launch the Senjitsu Tasukete Itadaita ◯◯ Desu! manga in the inaugural issue of Hakusensha's Young Animal Zero magazine on Monday.
Inaba's Heisei Policemen!! manga launched in 2010 and ended in January 2014. The police gag manga revolves around a rookie policeman named Gō Gō, who likes to do things at his own pace. Gō's higher-ups are tired of his relaxed way of living, but Gō continues to work to protect the town, often in unpredictable and hilarious ways.
The manga inspired a six-episode net anime series that premiered in April 2013.
Sources: Young Jump issue 40, So-He- Inaba's Twitter account