The broadcasting schedule and additional information for the upcoming television anime MF GHOST, which is based on the manga that comes after Initial D, has finally been disclosed! Beginning on October 1 (so we are talking in just a month and a half!!), the series will be aired throughout Japanese broadcasting systems, with more broadcasts to follow later on. As part of Crunchyroll's anime simulcast program for the fall of 2023, the series will also be available to stream there, so those outside of Japanese broadcasting areas will be able to access all of the action and fun that MF GHOST will surely offer!
Check out the official broadcasting announcement that was posted to the official social media pages for the upcoming MF GHOST anime schedule below:
With the release coming up in just a matter of weeks, let's get to know some of the upcoming cast members that we will see featured throughout the show! We scrambled up some of the main characters and their casting info, along with their visuals. Check them out below!
Hiroshi Kamiya as Michael Beckenbauer, with his Porsche 718 Cayman S
Daisuke Ono as Shun Aiba, with his Nissan GT-R
Ayane Sakura as Ren Saionji
Yuuma Uchida as Kanata Katagiri, with his Toyota 86 GT
Not familiar with the MF GHOST anime series, or just want to get a refresher ahead of the premiere? Crunchryoll streams the series currently, and describes it below:
202X A.D., a future beyond Initial D.
Self-driving cars are in widespread use in Japan, and public roadways are used for auto racing.
In such an era, a race called MFG has become popular around the globe.
Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini…
Participants are invited to race with their fastest cars.
One such participant, a British racing school graduate, Kanata Rivington, returns to Japan to achieve his goal.
The original MF GHOST manga was created by Shuichi Shigeno and is currently being serialized in the seinen manga publication Kodansha's Weekly Young Magazine. An English language translation of the manga is also available through Kodansha USA. Tomohito Naka, who works at the animation company Felix Film, is the director of the television anime.
Will you be tuning in to the series' October premiere and broadcasting? Let us know all of your thoughts on the MF GHOST anime and manga series' down below!