Comixology and Kodansha Comics reported on Wednesday that they have discharged volume 1 to 38 of Shuuichi Shigeno‘s Initial D manga carefully in English. The discharge denotes the first occasion when that volumes 34 to 38 have been discharged in English.
The volumes are accessible for buy through Comixology and Kindle, and Amazon Prime, Kindle Unlimited, and Comixology Unlimited supporters can peruse the volumes at no extra. Volumes 39 to 48 of Initial D manga will debut later this year.
Tokyopop recently discharged the manga‘s initial 33 volumes in print in North America.
Comixology describes the story of the manga:
Tak Fujiwara spends a lot of time behind the wheel. His tofu delivery job sends him racing down the treacherous roads of Mount Akina, and without even realizing it, Tak has mastered racing techniques that take most drivers a lifetime to learn. Of course, none of his friends realize this. They’re all too busy watching the Akina Speed Stars, the local street racing team. When the legendary Red Suns show up to challenge the Speed Stars, it looks as if the Trueno Eight Six that has been seen racing through the mountain roads will take them on. The question remains … who’s the driver of this phantom car?
Shigeno propelled his Initial D manga in Kodansha’s Young Magazine in 1995 and finished it in July 2013. The manga motivated a few TV anime