The legendary FullMetal Alchemist franchise is preparing to celebrate its 20 years of life.
Hiromu Arakawa’s masterpiece that has marked entire generations of manga and anime fans, has remained silent after the end of the broadcast of the FMA: Brotherhood anime in 2010 (in addition to its live action in 2017), but this is about to change.
According to the Manga Mogura team, Square Enix presented a official website for a live broadcast dedicated to the anniversary celebration, letting it be known that it is a new project for the franchise.
Although there is no data on this new material, the options are in the air for the future and the nature of the parent company in charge of the franchise. Considering its current methodology, it can be a multimedia project, present on paper or on television, invariably ending in the space of mobile games.
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We will not discover anything before next July 12 of this year, when this stream takes place on the company’s official channel on YouTube. With people from this moment showing waiting for this event in the broadcast chat.
This expectation is not for less, considering that it is one of the most important manga and anime series in modern history. Although generations of fans have sustained their hobbies in pieces like Dragon Ball or Naruto, the general consensus is that FullMetal Alchemist is a work with a higher vision by several rungs.
For years, FMA: Brotherhood has been hailed as the highest rated anime on the MyAnimeList page, only being surpassed by Fruits Basket a few weeks ago. An assessment that, for many, is the one that matters the most as it comes from fans around the world.