TV Anime of Preliminary D Successor MF Ghost Confirmed With Teaser
Kodansha confirmed the tv anime adaptation of Shuuichi Shigeno‘s MF Ghost manga on Tuesday by revealing the anime’s visible and a teaser promotional video. The anime will premiere in 2023.
The anime’s visible options protagonist Kanata Livington’s crimson Toyota 86, in addition to rival vehicles Alpine A110S and Nissan GT-R. The teaser trailer options real-life recorded engine audio for the featured Toyota 86, Lamborgini Huracan, and Ferrari 488 GTB.
Shuuichi Shigeno (Preliminary D) launched the MF Ghost manga in Kodansha‘s Younger Journal in September 2017. The twelfth compiled quantity shipped in Japan on September 6.
The collection takes place within the 2020s, when self-driving vehicles are ubiquitous in Japan. The manga facilities on Kanata Livington, a Japanese driver who goes again to Japan after graduating on the high of his class at a racing faculty in England. The collection additionally focuses on the MFG, a racing circuit on public roads that has garnered consideration worldwide.
Shigeno ended his Preliminary D manga in Younger Journal in July 2013, and Tokyopop printed the start of that manga in North America, and Kodansha Comics and Comixology are providing the entire manga in English. The manga impressed a number of tv anime collection, a live-action movie, a number of authentic video anime initiatives, and a profitable sport line. The manga lately impressed a trilogy of anime movies, the third of which opened in February 2016.