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  • Initial D: Omnibus; Volume 2

    From: Initial D: Omnibus
    Author: Shuichi Shigeno
    Published by: Kodansha Comics

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Product Description

Remember me? Relive Takumi Fujiwara’s journey from tofu delivery boy to street-racing legend in an all-new, large-sized, 2-in-1 print edition of the series that made Japanese street racing into a worldwide phenomenon.

Contains a new translation of Initial D Vol. 3-4.

Takumi 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, Takumi 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, the rival team obsesses over a phantom car, the Trueno Eight-Six, seen racing through the mountain roads. Who is the driver, and will they take on the dangerous challenge?

This edition is still running in the ’90s but features a refreshed translation and lettering for the 2020s, as well as a special large size.

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Author
Genres
Previews
Publisher
Series
Type
Wednesday Comics
Binding
  • Paperback
Volume
  • 2
Cat. No.
  • 6261313
EAN
  • 979888877099351999
ISBN
  • 9798888770993