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Does Either Fullmetal Alchemist HAVE To Be Superior?

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Hiromu Arakawa's Fullmetal Alchemist is a globe-trotting fantasy epic about religion, imperialism, genocide, and free will, as two brothers attempt to rebuild their broken lives.

Its two animated adaptations are similar but vastly different upon closer inspection and fans have debated which one is better for years.In 2003, Director Seiji Mizushima, writer Shou Aikawa, and Studio Bones made Fullmetal Alchemist, an adaptation of the manga that was still being written at the time.

Once the anime caught up, Aikawa penned an anime-original story that diverged heavily from Arakawa's story, and it wasn't until 2009 that Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood faithfully adapted the story.

The most common consensus is that Brotherhood is a major improvement and a superior story, one with a more grand conclusion with tons of characters and a phenomenal final arc.

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