Fullmetal Alchemist creator’s autobiographical manga to receive anime adaptation

The popular manga artist Hiromu Arakawa, best known for creating the widely acclaimed Fullmetal Alchemist series, is set to receive an anime adaptation of her autobiographical manga series, Hyakushō Kizoku. The manga offers a humorous look into Arakawa’s early life, growing up on a farm in Hokkaido, Japan. The series is set to make its small screen debut in July 2023, and the official Twitter page for the manga recently announced that the anime adaptation would be happening later this year.

The official tweet was accompanied by a promotional image of Arakawa’s self-inserted cow avatar sitting on a chair of nobility with a glass of milk in hand. It also mentioned that the anime would begin broadcasting in July 2023, and that more information about the series would be released on the official Twitter account in the coming weeks. However, details about the cast and animation studio are not yet available.

Hyakushō Kizoku, which translates to The Peasant Noble, is a comedic series that offers an intimate look into Arakawa’s early life on a dairy farm. Arakawa humorously refers to herself as “farming nobility” thanks to her long line of relatives who worked in the industry. The series acts as a farm diary story detailing her early life and the influence it would have on her manga, especially Silver Spoon, a series set at an agricultural school. It also provides insight into the practices of farming in Japan.

The manga was initially published in Shinshokan’s Unpoko magazine in 2006 before shifting to Wings magazine in 2009 following the closure of its initial publisher. The series receives irregular serialization, with Arakawa updating the story sporadically.

Hiromu Arakawa is highly respected in the manga industry, thanks in large part to her successful Fullmetal Alchemist series. The manga tells the story of a pair of alchemist brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, on their quest to find the Philosopher’s Stone. The series was serialized in Square Enix’s Monthly Shōnen Gangan between 2001 and 2009, and went on to produce two anime titles, Fullmetal Alchemist (2003) and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (2009), both of which were highly praised. Arakawa has also produced other titles such as The Heroic Legend of Arslan, Silver Spoon, and Hero Tales. She has won numerous publishing awards, including the Shogakukan Manga Award for Fullmetal Alchemist, a Manga Taishō Award for Silver Spoon, and the Tezuka Osamu Cultural New Artist Prize in 2011.

The upcoming Hyakushō Kizoku anime adaptation will debut on TOKYO MX and BS Asashi in July 2023. Fans of Arakawa’s work can currently watch Fullmetal Alchemist on Hulu and HBO Max, while Brotherhood streams on Funimation, and Netflix hosts the live-action films.

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