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Old 2008-11-03, 05:25   Link #21
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Half the fans likes an identical copy of the original, and half likes something different so they won't get bored. Since we already have a really-different-to-the-manga version already, it's nice that we're getting a very similar version to the manga.

I told someone at school about a this 2nd season or series, she said 'Good, the manga is less emo' ^_^''

Yay for Kugimiya Rie for doing Al again, as much as I like her tsundere loli voice, it's nice that she's voicing Al again, so we don't just remember her as a tsundere loli.
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Old 2008-12-27, 04:46   Link #22
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I wonder will most of the songs still be done by L'Arc En Ciel? I hope so, I love their songs!
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Old 2008-12-27, 06:54   Link #23
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I'm rather interested in who the manga-only characters are going to be voiced by. Also, Ueda Yuji again as the Crimson Alchemist.

Let's blow things up.
Yu Kobayashi for Lan Fan! That'd be a good casting choice!
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Old 2008-12-27, 07:46   Link #24
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Where will they catch up with the anime? Retelling...don't tell me from the beginning?
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Old 2008-12-27, 22:08   Link #25
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If they did tell it from the beginning I don't think that that would be smart. It may even cause a loss of interest in the anime.
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Old 2008-12-28, 10:03   Link #26
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Where will they catch up with the anime? Retelling...don't tell me from the beginning?
They are not going to catch up.
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If they did tell it from the beginning I don't think that that would be smart. It may even cause a loss of interest in the anime.
The "recap" would theoretically cover around 13 episodes and it should be different enough not to bore people. The first series made a number of changes. Right now, the manga is too popular for people to care.
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Old 2009-01-03, 14:25   Link #27
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but i thought the anime was rather close to the manga up to a certain point? whats the point in doing all of that again?
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Old 2009-01-03, 16:36   Link #28
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Their are major changes right from the begenning, for example the manga's first few arcs are much shorter since the anime expanded them. Also what happened to Shou Tucker is different.

The difference will largely be in the shortening of the story, and the removal of filler.

The Greed Arc is the one where things really start changing then after that
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Old 2009-01-04, 16:43   Link #29
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Wasn't most of the beginning episodes in the first one filler anyway? I don't think it'd be as bad, since they'll (highly likely), cut to the chase.
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Yeah, the first episodes were filler episodes. I doubt they'll make that mistake again. I really hope that they do just cut to the chase this time.
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Old 2009-01-06, 22:06   Link #31
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Here's the scenario...

a) Since Conqueror of Shambala is already an ending, I don't think they would continue from this point on.

b) They will follow the manga's storyline this time around with no changes of plot. This would be the best option to do. But it would affect the previous anime's popularity.
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Old 2009-01-07, 00:00   Link #32
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Newtype's out this week. Part of the scoop has been reported on 2ch.

Director: Yasuhiro Irie
Series Composition: Hiroshi Ohnogi
Character Design: Hiroki Kanno
Music: Akira Senju
Animation Production: BONES

Hopefully more news pops up soon.
Credit goes to Duckroll for posting this info on neogaf.
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Old 2009-01-07, 08:21   Link #33
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I am very much looking toward to this new series, even though I'm only about midway through the original, but inwil be done with it twice over before April comes. I hope it's a continuation of the original and not a rehash lime the rumers I've been reading on the web, but I guess only time will tell....
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Old 2009-01-07, 12:21   Link #34
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I am very much looking toward to this new series, even though I'm only about midway through the original, but inwil be done with it twice over before April comes. I hope it's a continuation of the original and not a rehash lime the rumers I've been reading on the web, but I guess only time will tell....
when you have finished the series you will see why a reimagination might not be auch a bad idea
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Old 2009-01-08, 18:00   Link #35
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Credit goes to Duckroll for posting this info on neogaf.
Same was in the new raw. Here's the page
Is there any new info on it about the anime?
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Old 2009-01-09, 02:46   Link #36
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Is there any new info on it about the anime?
From what I read on 2ch, the new FMA series will be produced by BONES' D Studio, a brand new studio set up to animate the new FMA. This sorta makes sense since production supposedly started in spring last year, and back then A would have been working on Heroman (which they're still working on), B would have been busy with Xam'd and the E7 movie (probably), and C would be in the middle of Soul Eater. Even after FMA starts in April, A would still be busy with Heroman and C would probably start work on DtB2 if the rumors are true. I wonder what B Studio will be announcing next though....

I'll have my issue of Newtype by Monday I hope, so I'll do clean scans of whatever hasn't been posted yet by then. Hopefully there'll be new info to translate too.
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Old 2009-01-09, 18:03   Link #37
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I can't wait either. Whether they follow the manga or not (I'm guessing probably not), I know it's gonna be kick-ass!
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Old 2009-01-09, 19:30   Link #38
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^You don't think it will? What else are they supposed to do? Please don't tell me they're going to continue where the movie left of. God forbid something like that happens. I'm really hoping for a manga adaptation.
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Old 2009-01-09, 19:45   Link #39
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Considering that the previous director and most of the previous staff are not working on this all signs point to an adaptation of the manga particulary since the manga is almost finished.
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Old 2009-01-09, 20:28   Link #40
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^You don't think it will? What else are they supposed to do? Please don't tell me they're going to continue where the movie left of. God forbid something like that happens. I'm really hoping for a manga adaptation.
It's a manga adaptation. The director confirms it in the Gangan and Newtype interviews. It might not be a *straight* manga adaptation reboot from the start though, from the impression I'm getting. They're not revealing how the series starts yet, but it'll be bad for ratings if they start right from the beginning even if they do it faithfully because a lot of the content will have been seen before. It's also impossible to adapt ~100 chapters of FMA in 50 or so episodes, so I'm sure BONES has something smarter planned.... I hope.
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