Initial D

Initial D ( 頭文字D) is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Shuichi Shigeno. The story focuses on the world of illegal Japanese street racing, where all the action is concentrated in the mountain passes and rarely in cities or urban areas, and with the drift racing style emphasized in particular. Professional race car driver and pioneer of drifting Keiichi Tsuchiya helped with editorial supervision. The story is centered on the prefecture of Gunma, more specifically on several mountains in the Kantō region and in their surrounding cities and towns. Although some of the names of the locations the characters race in have been fictionalized, all of the locations in the series are based on actual locations in Japan. Initial D has been adapted into several television anime and original video animations series by OB Studio Comet, Studio Gallop, Pastel, A.C.G.T and SynergySP.

[Jan 07, 1998] m.o.v.e – around the world (AVDT-20011)
[May 05, 1998] m.o.v.e – Rage your dream (AVDT-20028)
[Jul 29, 1998] SUPER EUROBEAT presents INITIAL D ~D SELECTION~
[Jul 29, 1998] Initial D Sound Files Vol.1
[Oct 28, 1998] SUPER EUROBEAT presents Initial D ~D Selection 2~
[Sept 09, 1998] Galla – Kiseki no Hana
[Nov 11, 1998] m.o.v.e – BREAK IN2 THE NITE
[Nov 26, 1998] Initial D Sound Files Vol.2
[Jan 01, 1999] SUPER EUROBEAT presents Initial D ~D Selection 3~
[Mar 10, 1999] SUPER EUROBEAT presents INITIAL D ~D NON-STOP MEGAMIX~
[Mar 25, 1999] Initial D Vocal Battle
[Oct 27, 1999] m.o.v.e – Blazin’ Beat (AVCT-30009)
[Nov 10, 1999] Galla – Kimi ga iru (CTDR-25011)
[Nov 25, 1999] Initial D Second Stage Sound Files
[Dec 01, 1999] SUPER EUROBEAT presents Initial D Second Stage ~D Selection 1~
[Jan 26, 2000] Initial D Vocal Battle – The 2nd Stage
[Feb 09, 2000] SUPER EUROBEAT presents INITIAL D Second Stage D NON-STOP SELECTION
[Mar 08, 2000] SUPER EUROBEAT presents INITIAL D ~D BEST SELECTION~
[Sep 27, 2000] SUPER EUROBEAT PRESENTS INITIAL D MILLENIUM BOX

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