Avex announced today that the manga by Shuichi Shigeno MF Ghost will receive an anime adaptation.
The anime will be aired in 2023, and today we get to take a look at the first trailer on top of the key artwork.
If you’re unfamiliar with MF Ghost, it’s the sequel of the popular manga Initial D, which Shigeno-sensei has written between 1995 and 2013 and has sold over 48 million copies. It also sparked a myriad of additional media adaptations including TV anime, OVA, movies, and even live-action films.
MF-Ghost started its serialization in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine in 2017 and it’s still ongoing, having sold over 3.2 million copies. It also features some characters from its super-popular predecessor Initial D:
Avex‘s announcement doesn’t yet specify the season in which the anime will air, nor the channels, but it’ll certainly be good news for fans of Shigeno-sensei’s work.
Below you can check out both the trailer and the key artwork. Inevitably, both feature the manga’s Toyota 86 hero car even if characters aren’t yet shown.
You can also visit the anime’s official website.