Due to his declining health, Initial D author Shuuichi Shigeno had to put his follow-up manga MF Ghost on hold back in November. It was only recently published again in Weekly Young Magazine on February 20. Though the reappearance is brief, MF Ghost is getting ready to go back on sabbatical before the narrative’s “final battle.”
There is currently no return date, although according to Shigeno, the story of the series is around “four-fifths” complete. Shigeno stated that he is concerned about his capacity to draw up a conclusion, so he is hoping that this additional rest period will be beneficial.
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MF Ghost – Anime Trailer!
The anime is scheduled for 2023.
Animation Studio: FelixFilmpic.twitter.com/gHLqkqBS3y
— Anime Trending (@AniTrendz) January 4, 2023
An anime TV adaptation of Shigeno’s manga MF Ghost will debut in 2023. The manga, which was initially published by Kodansha USA and described below, first appeared on the pages of Weekly Young Magazine in September 2017.
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