Feb 282014
 

Question by Amya: s there going to be new a full metal alchemist season, following the first one? not the brotherhood one…?
s there going to be new a full metal alchemist season, following the first one? not the brotherhood one… I’ve been hearing about one a bit, and was just wondering if they’re going to do another one, because end did’t really end it, ya know? Please tell me what you’ve heard about this ^^ thanks y’all

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Answer by Dy
No new season has been announced, only the brotherhood.

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  3 Responses to “s there going to be new a full metal alchemist season, following the first one? not the brotherhood one…?”

  1. The first Fullmetal Alchemist series is over.
    There hasn’t been a single word on a new continuation other than hopeful fans starting rumors.
    I’m certain that it won’t continue(though this is just my assumption because it just seems really, really unlikely to me…) though I would love to see the first anime’s story continue past the movie.

    I could be wrong, of course. I hope I am. xD;

    Though, just in case you didn’t know, it was continued/concluded by the movie, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Conqueror of Shamballa.
    http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=4176

    There’s also a set of OVAs that have nothing to do with the plot, but are just a few fun/cute shorts that are great to watch after the movie.
    http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/encyclopedia/anime.php?id=6779

  2. I don’t think that they will make a new series while still making Brotherhood they still haven’t got the whole cast for Brotherhood yet. They have made a few new games one on the PSP and one on the Wii but other than that I haven’t heard of any new FMA. They also made the OVA’s in English those follow the first FMA

  3. No. Its a new series following the manga. It is out for the most part, but only in japenese. They know who the dub cast is, but it will not be dubbed until 2010.

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