MF Ghost season 2 announced

Mf Ghost Season 2 Announced Mf Ghost 2 Teaser Screenshot

After the airing of the last episode, the official website of the anime series adaptation of the manga MF Ghost in Shuuichi Shigeno (author of Initial D) announced with this teaser trailer that a second season will premiere in 2024.

The animation is from the studio Felix Film (Aharen-san wa Hakarenai, Ura Sekai Picnic), directed by Tomohito Naka (Initial D Legend 2: Racer, Initial D Legend 3: Dream, Sword Gai: The Animation), the script is by Kenichi Yamashita (Ketsuekigata-kun!, Actually, I Am…) and the character design is by Naoyuki Onda (Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway, Psycho-Pass 3). The 3D direction is Hiroki Uchida with Akio Dobashi (Initial D Legend films, Sisters of Wellber, Dance in the Vampire Bund) composing the music.

MF Ghost began publication in Weekly Young Magazine in September 2017.

Hiragi is also the author of the popular Initial D which was published in the same magazine between July 1995 and July 2013, with a total of forty-eight volumes and several anime seasons that passed through the hands of many studios.

Synopsis of MF Ghost

The story takes place in 2020, in which autonomous electric cars have replaced internal combustion cars. However, in Japan there is a large organization called MFG, founded by Ryosuke Takahashi (from the Initial D series), which runs street races with internal combustion cars. A newcomer, Kanata Livington, who competes under the pseudonym Kanata Katagiri, a 19-year-old Japanese-British boy, appeared on the scene driving a Toyota 86 and crashing high-end European cars, such as the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, the Ferrari 488 GTB, the Lotus Exige, the Alfa Romeo 4C, the Lexus LC500 and the Porsche 911 Carrera. Kanata was trained by legendary rally and downhill driver Takumi Fujiwara (star of the Initial D series) at the UK’s Royal Donington Racing School and is a Formula 4 world champion. He has only one motive: to find his lost father.


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