MF Ghost TV Anime Drops the Eurobeat in New Trailer for the Initial D Sequel

The lead staff were confirmed for the adaptation

MF Ghost


It's time to rev your engines cause the latest trailer for the Initial D sequel series MF Ghost's TV anime adaptation was released today, drifting through the mountains of Japan and delivering some sick Eurobeats. Alongside the newest trailer, the lead staff list dropped confirming that many from the Initial D anime return for the next story in the same world.



Tomohito Naka returns to the directing chair from the three Initial D films for MF Ghost at Felix Film, with Kenichi Yamashita (Hensuki) writing the series composition and screenplay, with the scripts being written alongside Akihiko InariNaoyuki Onda (Berserk: The Golden Age films) are designing the characters for CG animation, with him and Chiyoko Sakamoto (The World God Only Knows) as the animation directors for the series. 


RELATED: Amazon And Kodansha Team Up To Release MF Ghost In English


Hiroki Uchida returns from the third Initial D film as the CG director, Masafumi Mima returns from the entire anime franchise as the sound director and Akio Dobashi returns from the three films on music.


The character sheets for Kanata Katagiri and Ren Saionji were also released:

MF Ghost


MF Ghost


Amazon and Kodansha are releasing Shuichi Shigeno's original MF Ghost manga series in English on the Kindle Unlimited and Comixology subscription services, describing the first volume as such:


The author of Intiial D [sic] has roared back onto the track with another hit! In a near future where cars have mostly switched over to sustainable power, combustion engine racing is a rarity. The MFG is just a race, and Kanata Rivington has come to try his luck. But that's not all he's come to Japan to do...he's searching for his father, too. Can even the ambitious Kanata accomplish all he's set out to do?


The MF Ghost TV anime is scheduled to drive through Japanese TV in 2023.


Source: Comic Natalie


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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.

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