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Fullmetal Alchemist creator debuts new art ahead of series’ next film

last chapter of Fullmetal Alchemists The live-action trilogy is set to arrive later this month Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Transmutation, which will translate the final chapters of the anime franchise created by Hiromu Arakawa. While the mangaka responsible for creating the world of the Elric Brothers and their alchemy is not currently working on new stories in their universe, that hasn’t stopped him from creating new art to help celebrate the live-action adaptation. . Capture the spirit of the original series that turned Edward and Alphonse Ellrich into household names.

The first film in the series was released in 2017, so fans were especially surprised when it wasn’t just announced live-action. full Metal Alchemist The film will get a sequel but two, both the films will drop in 2022 this year. While there’s no news about whether the anime series will return, it’s clear that there are still plenty of Eric Brothers fans vying for new material. With the third live-action film wrapping up Alix’s story, it will be interesting to see if we see any other adaptations for this beloved anime franchise in the future.

Producer Hiromu Arakawa shares this new artwork, which shows some of the key players full Metal Alchemist Production is gearing up for the live-action film, which is set to bring the trilogy closer through The Final Transmutation, which follows the story of the original film and the sequel in The Avenging Scar:

(Photo: Hiromu Arakawa)

If you haven’t had a chance to catch the trailer for the final chapter of this live-action trilogy, you can watch it below. Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Transmutation,

As of now, no release date of both has been revealed. full Metal Alchemist When it comes to sequels to theaters outside Japan, but the original has made its way west to Netflix, we wouldn’t be surprised to see these two movies in North America someday.

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via comic natalie

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