Trailing quickly behind the news of the anime adaptation, we have word that the MF Ghost manga is getting an English release. Shuichi Shigeno’s followup to hit racing series Initial D is on the way via Kodansha Comics and ComiXology, who plan to release the first 10 volumes of the series this Tuesday.
In addition to going up for purchase via the Amazon Kindle Store and ComiXology, the series be available to read at no additional cost for members of Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited, and ComiXology Originals.
The MF Ghost manga has been running in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine since September 2017, and 12 collected volumes have been released so far. Set 15 years after Initial D, MF Ghost sees internal combustion engines discontinued in favor of electric and fuel cell vehicles. The series stars 19-year-old Japanese-British protagonist Kanata Livington, who was trained by Initial D protagonist Takumi Fujiwara in the art of racing. Kanata travels to Japan to find his father and participate in MFG, a closed-course car race on public roads that uses sports cars powered by internal combustion engines.
The MF Ghost anime will premiere in 2023.
Source: Anime News Network