Initial D manga ends 18-year run with 'Final Stage'
If you don't read the manga (a Japanese comic) perhaps you've watched the anime (a Japanese animated movie or TV show) series that it spawned, or the live-action movie from 2005 (which has some cool drifting scenes). What stands out the most about Initial D are the cars, which are drawn accurately and animated fluidly on paper or the TV screen - representing an acute understanding by the technical artists of how cars look and behave while they're being driven.
As is often the case with manga-anime relationships, the Initial D manga takes storyline priority with the anime following loosely behind. Though the manga has ended, TTAC reports that another series of Initial D episodes (and another live-action movie) will be produced to tie things up for fans of the anime.
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