What anime do I watch?

We’ve put together a list of other excellent action anime you can go and watch right now. ALSO RECOMMENDED: The Best Anime of 2021 (So Far) © Pierrot Akudama Drive (2020) Set in an outlandish dystopian sci-fi world where the Japanese region of Kansai has.

Another inquiry we ran across in our research was “What are the best anime about space racing?”.

One way to consider this is sure the 60 km course, driven on at 400km/hr by pilots is a Motorsport thrill, but more than anything, the anime is a tale of humility, specifically that of Tekeshi. Redline is a gorgeous anime movie that focuses on an infinitely competitive space race.

Appare-Ranman is one of the most recent racing anime on this list and despite how it currently only has 13 episodes it’s still able to tell an incredibly addicting story in that condensed time frame. Appare-Ranman feels like a combination of Jo. Jo’s Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run with Hanna-Barbera’s Wacky Races.

Who are the characters in Speed Racer cartoon?

Teenager Gô Mifune aspires to be the world’s best race-car champion with the help of his friends, family and his father’s high-tech race-car, the Mach 5.

With a name like that, it’s no surprise that Speed (Emile Hirsch) is a gifted driver with a bright future ahead of him. His parents, Mom (Susan Sarandon) and Pops (John Goodman) Racer own and operate Racer Motors, the independent racing team that Speed drives for.

John Goodman as Pops Racer, Speed’s father. Susan Sarandon as Mom Racer, Speed’s mother. Matthew Fox as Racer X, a mysterious masked racer tasked with exposing the corruption undermining the WRL., and more items.

Speed Racer (originally known in Japanese as Mach Go. Go. Go) is a Japanese animated series about automobile racing, based on the original manga by Tatsuo Yoshida and directed by Hiroshi Sasagawa. The series was produced by Tatsunoko Productions and originally broadcast with a total of 52 episodes on Fuji TV in Japan and CBS in the United States, between 1967 and 1968.

Is ‘racing into the night’ Japanese music’s next big trend?

‘Racing Into The Night’ encapsulates two major trends in Japanese music right now. One I’ve already touched on — the downer lyrics reflect a shift towards more sad pop music in the country, here taken to the extreme of this being a song about leaping off the top of a building.

What is Yoasobi’s ‘racing into the night’ about?

Second, ‘Racing Into The Night’ centers the artist and the artist’s actual abilities at the forefront. The moment where YOASOBI went from an online hit to something more mainstream came after You. Tube channel The First Take shared a clip of Ikuta delivering a version of the song while being filmed in one go.