...of the Initial D anime series.
Shuichi Shigeno’s Japan-based street-racing series Initial D began in the mid-’90s and took nearly two decades to complete. The original manga soon took anime form, and was even adapted into video games and live-action film. The franchise is a significant contributor to Japanese car culture, yet works especially well…
I also found this:
All the Initial D openings, which are like half the reason why we watch the show. WARNING: POTENTIAL SPOILERS.
I finished Initial D over the weekend, ending a 13-year journey that started in 2004 and hopped, skipped, and drifted along with the never-ending march of technology.
Shuichi Shigeno is back with a new racing manga.
Or maybe he married and had kids.
I’ve been to Gimli before. It’s a nice place.
Took the MR2 to work instead of the bus so I could make a quick getaway. Ran into this little guy on the ride home.
So this popped up somehow on my YT feed. Is the infamous “Duct Tape Deathmatch” seen in Initial D possible IRL? Well, some guys tried it out for reals and........
A few years ago, I took my first ever international vacation to Japan. It was a phenomenal experience, but at the same time was missing something: a uniquely Japanese, car-related experience. I did my fair share of ogling at a number vehicles I’d never see in the U.S., but with the structure of that trip and me…
Hopefully everyones finished their tofu deliveries and can kick back with some eurobeats. Also only 10 hrs remain to buy this Initial FD design of mine that the great crew at Blipshift are running.
As the great Fujiwara supposedly said “Driving technique is not something you can obtain in a few days - but a Blipshift tee, you can”
So for the past year or so I’ve been casually playing on the Initial D machines at my college’s arcade. I Feel like I’ve gotten pretty good at the game, but I’m still on the fence about buying a tuning card because it’s $1 per game. I’m not 100% sure if it’s worth it for $1 a game and I’ll be graduating in December.
I am young, yes, but not too young. I’m just starting to learn the true rules of the road. However, I’ve been a car fan for as long as I can remember. By the age of 6, I could name every car in the Kindergarten parking lot. Someone would point to their car and ask me, “Hey, bud, what’s that car over there?” I’d reply…