For Tetsuya, being in a gang is his identity. Being an Osaka boy, he speaks his mind and oftentimes, it gets him into trouble. After dropping out of school without a job in sight, he spends his days screwing around and doing as he pleases. Several sequences of events leads Tetsuya deeper into the culture and the more he sinks in, the harder it will be to get out alive. (Source: MangaHelpers)
The day after he finds himself dumped by his girlfriend, Sorayama Shun recieves a letter... from himself? The letter was from Shun 25 years ago for his future self. The letter reminds him of the time when he dreamed of owning a Countach and being a successful professional racer. With loads of luck and his ambition to make his childhood dream come true, he finds himself as a new owner of an LP400 Countach.
“Drifting is a sport!” Rin Todoroki, a natural drifting genius, just wants to put driving aside and live out a normal, comfy university life. What will happen when she is confronted by the automobile club, or “auto” for short? Students who’ve put it all on the line… their stories start here!! (Source: MANGA Plus)
When high school student Akio Asakura loses a high speed race to a Porsche 911 Turbo known as "Blackbird," he goes to a junkyard to find parts for his car—only to discover a blue first-generation Datsun Fairlady Z (S30), which he buys. Akio later discovers that not only is the Z tuned to 620 bhp, it's had a dark history of unfortunate accidents with its previous owners. Making matters more complicated is the fact that the last owner shared the same name with Akio. With the "Devil Z," Akio forms a new rivalry with the Blackbird and its driver Tatsuya Shima. (Source: ANN)
Rally Vincent and Minnie-May Hopkins are two regular American girls. Regular American girls who own a gun shop, and might have dabbled in prostitution, respectively. And who happen to be a crack shot and an explosives expert, respectively. These might be odd skills for American girls, but these two happen to be Chicago's top bounty hunters. Rally can shoot the trigger off a gun from a good distance, and May generally wreaks havoc with explosions and cuteness. And together, with some very useful friends and associates, they make up the Gunsmith Cats. finds our ladies back at work, back in action, and...back in trouble. (Source: Dark Horse)
Ryoko's life used to revolve around track but due to an injury she can no longer follow the path she hoped to. One day while out with her friends, she witnesses two cars racing and gets caught up in the excitement, especially after realizing the one driver is a young woman like herself! When a chance arrives for her to try drifting, she dives right in, even though she's never driven a car before. Suddenly, she has a new passion... and a lot to learn.
Rally Vincent works by day in her Chicago gun store, GunSmith Cats. But at the drop of the hat, she hangs up the "Gone Fishing" sign, straps on her guns and takes to the road in her muscle car to fulfill her other role—as one of Chicago's toughest, most respected bounty hunters. Her expert sharpshooting and driving skills are augmented by her partner Minnie-May's abilities with explosives of all kinds. And she'll need every bit of her skills, and those of her friends, because only she can bring in the highest bounties and the most determined, powerful criminals from Chicago's mob, characters who hold a grudge for life and have the wits and the firepower to outwit whatever the law throws at them. Featuring some of the most authentically detailed firearms and automobiles ever drawn, author and artist Kenichi Sonoda has created a complex and supremely exciting story in the vein of Hollywood action films, but with all the detail and dynamism of manga in this classic series.
Only the fearless survive in the white-hot world of street racing, as teams take on dangerous roads in the shadow of Mt. Akina. Behind the wheel of the mysterious "Ghost of Akina" is Takumi, on his way to becoming the greatest racer ever. (Source: Tokyopop)
Total: 12 stories