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That's the problem with reading something great. You're expectations become really high T_T
I recommend Trigun after Fullmetal Alchemist.
What's it about? I think I've seen it on the shelves somewhere...
Edit: Hmm. We're going a bit off-topic, aren't we?
I've heard of it. Supposedly, it's about this man with the worlds biggest bounty on his head (He's wanted for destroying an entire city single-handedly), BUT...he's the LEAST likely person to do that sort of thing, and doesn't even remember doing it.
At least, that's what I heard. Look it up on Wikipedia, why don't you?
A little late, but...
Might as well point out that, like FMA, the anime was made from the start as a different project, starting from the manga, although in this case the series is shorter and sticks to the manga longer.
And... it's so far the only case where I've liked better the anime over the original manga, which gets quite too bizarre, whereas the anime is a very nice, sad and yet full of hope story. I love oh so much the last chapter...