Mf Ghost Anime Release Date: Cast, Plot and Trailer Latest More Updates In 2022!
Nothing compares to “Initial D” in all of anime. The adrenaline-pumping series about Japanese drag racers, and the extremely skilled adolescent who beats them all in a stock Toyota AE86, has become a cultural phenomenon. Even if you haven’t seen “Initial D,” chances are you’ve heard its soundtrack somewhere on the internet. “Running in the 90s,” “Gas Gas Gas,” and “Deja Vu” are all certified Eurobeat bangers that mirror the show’s fast-paced racing sequences and have gone far beyond the boundaries of “Initial D,” becoming part of much larger meme culture.
Unfortunately, Takumi Fujiwara’s and his Eight-glory Six’s days are ended. Shuichi Shigeno’s original manga finished in 2013, and the last time anyone saw “Initial D” in anime form was with the conclusion of a film trilogy in 2016. Shigeno’s high-octane world of racing did not end just because the first “Initial D” crossed the finish line. In 2017, the manga artist began a follow-up series called “MF Ghost,” which is currently getting its own adaptation. So, without further ado, here’s all we know so far about “MF Ghost’s” release date, cast, and plot.
When Does Mf Ghost Come Out
“MF Ghost” has been a manga since 2017, yet it is only now getting an anime adaptation. The first teaser trailer for this upcoming series was released on YouTube on January 3 by Avex Pictures. Anime News Network reports that manga publisher Kodansha also posted a promotional graphic announcing the series’ production at the same time. Both the clip and the artwork suggest that “MF Ghost” will be released next year, in 2023.
Unfortunately, neither source mentioned when “MF Ghost” will be launched in 2023. Similarly, no information has been released about where or how fans outside of Japan would be able to view the series. It is, however, likely to appear on Crunchyroll or Funimation at some point, as is the case with most anime. As the anime’s debut date approaches in 2023, more details will become available.
What Exactly Is Mf Ghost
Initial D is followed by MF Ghost by Shuichi Shigeno. Initial D takes place in the 1990s, whilst MF Ghost takes place in the year 202X. However, it is set in the future, when self-driving automobiles have mostly replaced cars with internal combustion engines. However, an organization called MFG still runs street races using internal combustion engines. Ryosuke Takahashi, who we originally met in Initial D, runs MFG.
The story follows Kanata Livington, a 19-year-old rookie who drives his Toyota 86 through top-tier and high-performance European vehicles in quest of his father. Takumi Fujiwara, the main character of Initial D, trains Kanata.
Initial D follows Takumi Fujiwara, an 18-year-old who assists his father at their tofu shop by making deliveries. He drives his Dad’s AE86 to Mt. Akina every morning. He has earned mountain racing talents as a result of this daily habit, which he sharpened day after day while driving to make a delivery at the summit. Takumi’s life begins to change when the Akagi RedSuns from Mt. Akagi arrive in town to compete against the Akina SpeedStars.
In Mf Ghost, Who Are the Characters
While Takumi is undoubtedly the most well-known character in the “Initial D” universe, the series “MF Ghost” offers a welcome change of pace by focusing on a new character named Kanata Livington. Kanata is a British-Japanese racer who went to racing school in England and now competes in Japan’s MFG racing circuit. At this point, it is uncertain who will play this new protagonist.
However, Kanata will not be the only prominent character in “MF Ghost.” Takumi and Ryou (who manages the MFG circuit) will reappear in the series at some point. Kanata, too, has a few supporters throughout his time in the MFG. Ren, the mechanic Ogata, and Shun Aiba, a fellow racer, are among them. When “MF Ghost” is launched, no one knows who will play these roles.
What Is Mf Ghost’s Plot
“MF Ghost” is set in a post-driver world in an undetermined year in the future, perhaps in the 2020s. In Japan, the majority of commercial vehicles are now self-driving, and racers are the only people who bother to get behind the wheel. Enter Kanata Livington, a half-British racer who graduated first in his class from racing school and now comes to Japan to dominate the MFG circuit. Kanata, like his instructor Takumi Fujiwara, is a downhill specialist. Kanata hopes to become the circuit’s best racer with his beloved Red Toyota 86 GT.
Kanata will also be seeking his long-lost father. He searches for clues to his whereabouts while he isn’t racing under his father’s last name, Katagiri. Kanata’s success in conquering the MFG and finding his father is unknown, but it will be revealed when “MF Ghost” premieres in 2023.
Teaser for the MF Ghost Anime