Fullmetal Alchemist announces 20th anniversary with new material

The Fullmetal Alchemist anime adaptation first premiered in 2003, meaning it’s been twenty years since countless new anime viewers were introduced to the world of Edward Elric, Alphonse Elric, and a world populated by alchemy manipulators. While a new anime adaptation has not been confirmed by any imagination, the series remains a fan favorite to this day and to help celebrate its twentieth anniversary, a new collection will arrive in North America later this year . with new material to boot.

Last year, Fullmetal Alchemist released two new feature films that were live-action and ended the theatrical series. The vast majority of the events that transpired in the lives of the alchemical brothers did not hint to the creator Hiromu Arakawa on a return to the world of alchemy that left such an imprint on the anime medium, although the mangaka is continued through a new story titled Tsugai of the Underworld. While not yet confirmed for an anime adaptation, the new manga has some serious pedigree behind it, meaning it will only be a matter of time before the story hits the screen.

Fullmetal Alchemist Celebration

Viz Media took the opportunity to announce that the “Fullmetal Alchemist 20th Anniversary Book” will be hitting stores in North America this fall, featuring the compilation featuring the series’ short manga and a new prose narrative that takes us back to the Elric brothers. quest to right their mistakes in the alchemy department:

The previous two live-action movies, The avenging scar and The last transmutation are currently available to stream on Netflix, with creator Hiromu Arakawa previously sharing her thoughts on the trilogy’s final film:

“It was like being on a roller coaster! There were so many touching scenes that connected each other, and the whole movie was full of highlights. The opening of the movie started in an unexpected place. As I kept watching, because I thought that it was interesting, the two hours flew by and I really enjoyed it About half way through the movie Yamada-kun surprised me so much that I forgot his name, Ryosuke Yamada Everything about him from his body to his gestures was just like Ed himself. The climax scene was just perfect. Young Hohenheim’s expression as if he had given up everything and the young father’s muscularity was different from Ed’s. Yamada-kun’s ability to play three roles on his own was truly amazing. It was so true to the original manga. I am very grateful for that. Thank you so much for his hard work!”

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