The creators revealed that MF Ghost anime season 2 will debut in 2024. They posted a 15-second teaser video on YouTube and Twitter on Sunday, December 17, 2023, at 12:26 am JST, unveiling details about the upcoming second season.
The manga series MF Ghost, authored and illustrated by Shuichi Shigeno, is adapted in MF Ghost season 2. The series in question is an offshoot of the beloved Initial D. The manga was first serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine in September 2017. The anime and manga communities are eagerly awaiting the release of the second volume of the street racing manga.
MF Ghost Anime Season 2 Teaser Trailer
A new teaser video posted on Monday by the official YouTube page for the television anime adaptation of Shuuichi Shigeno’s MF Ghost manga reveals that the show will get a second season in 2024.
MF Ghost Anime Season 2 Cast and Staff
At his studio Felix Film, Tomohito Naka (Director of Initial D Legend 2: Racer, Initial D Legend 3: Dream, Sword Gai: The Animation) is directing the anime. Kenichi Yamashita (known for Ketsuekigata-kun!, Actually, I Am…) collaborates with Akihiko Inari to write the series scripts.
Also, along with Chiyoko Sakamoto, Naoyuki Onda (Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway, Psycho-Pass 3) is in charge of character design and is one of the main animators. Director of 3D is Hiroki Uchida. Akio Dobashi (known for Sisters of Wellber, Dance in the Vampire Bund, and Initial D: Legend films) composes the soundtrack, and Masafumi Mima is responsible for the sound design.
Himika Akaneya plays the closing theme song “Stereo Sunset (Prod. AmPm),” while Yū Serizawa delivers the opening theme song “JUNGLE FIRE feat. MOTSU.”
MF Ghost Anime Season 2 Premiere
Altogether on October 1, Tokyo MX, BS11, and RKB Mainichi Broadcasting channel broadcasted the anime’s premiere. Animax, TV Aichi, Shizuoka Broadcasting System, TV Setouchi, Tochigi TV, and YTV are other platforms where the anime airs. The anime may be watched on Crunchyroll as it airs in Japan.
MF Ghost Anime Plot
In the 2020s, when the series is set in Japan, self-driving cars are commonplace. The main character of the manga is Kanata Livington, a driver from Japan who returns home after placing first in his class at an English racing school. The MFG, a public road racing circuit that has attracted attention from all over the world, is another subject of the series.
MF Ghost Manga
So, in September 2017 saw the release of the MF Ghost manga by Shuuichi Shigeno (Initial D) in Kodansha’s Young Magazine. On October 5, the 18th compiled volume was shipped to Japan. Comixology and Kodansha Comics are publishing the manga in English. Because of Shigeno’s deteriorating health, the manga took a break in November 2022 and resumed on February 20. After taking a break once more in April, the manga made a comeback in June and began its “final battle.”
Also, in July 2013, Shigeno concluded his Initial D manga in Young Magazine. Tokyopop published the manga’s first chapter in North America, and Kodansha Comics and Comixology now offer the complete work in English. A live-action movie, multiple original video animation projects, a number of television anime series, and a popular game line were all influenced by the manga. Three anime films have been inspire by the manga, the third of which debut in February 2016.
Finally, as the countdown to MF Ghost anime Season 2 continues, the excitement is palpable. Whether you’re a long-time fan of the series or a newcomer. The promise of high-octane racing and a captivating story is enough to keep you on the edge of your seat. Share your expectations and join the global anime & manga community eagerly awaiting the next chapter in the MF Ghost saga.
Frequently Asked Question
Is the anime a continuation of Initial D?
While not a direct sequel, MF Ghost shares connections with the beloved Initial D series, with Shuichi Shigeno at the helm of both.
Where can international viewers watch MF Ghost Season 2?
Crunchyroll is the platform for international viewers to catch the premiere as it airs in Japan.
How many manga volumes are currently available for MF Ghost?
As of now, the manga has released 18 volumes, with English readers able to access it through Comixology and Kodansha Comics.