He enters the “Final Battle” manga upon his return
This year’s twenty-eighth issue Kodansha‘s anime“>Weekly Young Magazine Monday revealed that Shuichi Shigeno‘s anime“>MF ghost The manga will resume in Issue 29 on June 19.
The manga has been out of print since the magazine’s April 21 issue. The manga’s final chapter in April indicated that the story is entering its “final battle”. In the author’s epilogue, Shigeno notes that the manga is “Four-Fifths” finished with its story, but adds that he worries about whether he can draw until the last part of the manga.
The manga had a hiatus in November 2022 due to Shigeno’s failing health, but returned on February 20.
shigino (anime“>initial d) Release anime“>MF ghost manga in anime“>Weekly Young Magazine in September 2017. The seventeenth collected volume shipped in Japan on June 6. Kodansha USA Publishing And Comedy science They release the manga in English. Kodansha USA Publishing Describes the story:
author anime“>initial d Back on the track with another hit! In a near future where cars have mostly switched to sustainable energy, combustion engine racing is a rarity. MFG is the last major race of this moribund dynasty, and half-Japanese Kanata Rivington has returned to try his luck. But that’s not all he comes to Japan to do…he’s also looking for his father. Can even the ambitious Kanata accomplish everything he sets out to do?
The manga is the inspiration for a TV anime adaptation that will premiere in 2023.
Shigeno finished him off anime“>initial d manga in anime“>Weekly Young Magazine in July 2013. tokyopop Beginning publication of that manga in North America, W Kodansha USA Publishing And Comedy science They offer the full manga in English. The manga has inspired several anime television series, a live-action movie, several original video anime projects, and a successful toy line. The manga has recently inspired a series of anime films, the third of which opened in February 2016.
source: anime“>Weekly Young Magazine Issue 28