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The ultimate chapter of Fullmetal Alchemist’s live-action trilogy is ready to reach later this month in Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Transmutation, which can translate the ultimate chapters of the anime franchise created by Hiromu Arakawa. While the mangaka accountable for the creation of the Elric Brothers and their world of alchemy may not presently be engaged on new tales in her universe, that is not stopping her from creating new artwork to assist rejoice the live-action adaptation that has tried to seize the texture of the unique collection that made Edward and Alphonse Elric into family names.

The first film of the collection was launched in 2017, so followers have been particularly shocked when it wasn’t simply introduced that the live-action Fullmetal Alchemist film can be receiving one sequel however two, with each motion pictures dropping this 12 months in 2022. While there hasn’t been any information relating to whether or not the anime collection will make a comeback, it is clear that there are nonetheless loads of followers of the Elric brothers which might be dying for brand spanking new content material. With the third live-action film wrapping the story of the Elrics, it will likely be fascinating to see if we see some other diversifications arrive sooner or later for this beloved anime franchise.

Creator Hiromu Arakawa shared this new art work that sees a few of the main gamers of Fullmetal Alchemist preparing for the manufacturing of the live-action film which is ready to deliver the trilogy to an in depth through The Final Transmutation which follows the unique film and the sequel story in The Avenging Scar:

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(Photo: Hiromu Arakawa)

If you have not had the possibility to catch the trailer for the ultimate chapter of this live-action trilogy, you’ll be able to catch it under for Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Transmutation:

Currently, there was no launch date revealed for the 2 Fullmetal Alchemist sequels relating to theaters outdoors of Japan, however with the unique having made its means West due to Netflix, we would not be shocked to see these two movies sometime hit North America.

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Via Comic Natalie