If Arakawa wanted to do more books, omakes, or gaiden - she certainly has enough material! And I would welcome it - we have Roy and Riza's new adventures in Ishbal, and of course the Elric brothers' travels to the East and West to seek ways to use alchemy to help people. The possibilities are endless.
After having been disappointed with so many series finales in the past (yes, "Avatar: The Last Airbender," I'm looking at you), it's refreshing to have one that really feels good. Mike and Bryan, take notes from Ms. Arakawa - THIS is how it's done!
Last Edit: Jun 11, 2010 17:19:37 GMT -5 by luthien
From what I've read...here and in other places...most fans are very happy with the ending. Can't say that for Avatar...lots of unhappy people after that (I'm one of them).
You know, there's an Avatar marathon on this weekend...and I forgot all about it (I totally missed Water...and Earth's starting right now (and the TV isn't even on)). There was a time I would have plonked down to watch the whole thing all over again.
I was pretty happy with the way FMA ended...there are some things I would have liked to see