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The official website for Fullmetal Alchemist Complete Edition, the two-part sequel live-action film of Hiromu Arakawa’s internationally popular fantasy action manga Fullmetal Alchemist, has posted a main poster visual and a 75-second new trailer introducing its main cast members.


The sequels to the 2017 first film have been produced as the manga’s 20th anniversary project and will tell until the manga’s final chapter. The first part Fullmetal Alchemist: The Avenger Scar is set to be released in Japan on May 20, 2022, then the second part Fullmetal Alchemist: Final Transmutation will follow on June 24.







The site has also posted a message from the original manga author Hiromu Arakawa as below:


The original manga is condensed, so the events are all over the place. I hope all the fans of the original manga will come and see the films, because it is really packed with highlights. I can’t wait to see “Final Transmutation.” I have nothing but high hopes!


I was excited from the very first scene where Ed and the Xing team were fighting. Lan Fan was especially cool! Yamada-kun, who played Ed, became a very attractive protagonist with a richer range of emotions in his acting. Also, Tsubasa-chan’s crying performance made me also cry. But the part that made me cry the most was the scene of Fu-jiisan. I thought, “Oh, that’s what looks like in live-action.” I drew this story myself, but combined with the amazing advances in computer graphics, I was able to enjoy the film with a fresh feeling from beginning to end. 





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Source: “Fullmetal Alchemist Complete Edition” official website / Twitter


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