Fullmetal Alchemist : Brotherhood

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Is A Japanese Anime Television Series Adapted From The Manga Fullmetal Alchemist By Hiromu Arakawa. The Series Was Produced By Bones, Directed By Yasuhiro Irie And Written By Hiroshi Onogi. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Is The Second Tv Series Based On The Fullmetal Alchemist Series, The First Of Which Was The 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist. Unlike The Previous Adaptation, Brotherhood Is A Nearly 1: 1 Adaptation, Immediately Following The Original Events Of The Manga. From April 2009 To July 2010, The Series Aired On MBS – TBS With 64 Episodes.

Fullmetal Alchemist : Brotherhood

English Dub

Status – Completed

Episodes – 01 – 64

April 5, 2009 – July 4, 2010

The Series Was First Licensed By Funimation In North America And Aired In English On Adult Swim From February 2010 To September 2011. Funimation Lost The Rights To The Series In March 2016, And The Series Was Later Transferred To Aniplex Of America.

Brothers Edward And Alphonse Elric Are Raised By Their Mother Tricia Elric In The Remote Village Of Rezambul In The Country Of Amestris. Their Father Hohenheim, A Renowned And Highly Gifted Alchemist, Abandoned His Family When The Boys Were Still Young, And Under The Care Of Trisha, They Began To Show A Penchant For Alchemy And Became Interested In Her Secrets. However, When Trisha Died Of A Lingering Illness, They Were Looked After By Their Best Friend Winry Rockbell And Her Grandmother Pinako.

The Boys Traveled The World To Perfect Their Alchemical Skills Under The Guidance Of Izumi Curtis. Back Home, The Two Decide To Try To Bring Their Mother Back To Life Through Alchemy. However, Human Transmutation Is Taboo, As It Is Impossible To Do It Properly. As A Result Of A Failed Transmutation, Al’s Body Is Completely Destroyed And Ed Loses His Left Leg.

In A Last Desperate Attempt To Save His Brother, Ed Sacrifices His Right Hand To Reclaim Al’s Soul And Places It In The Nearby Armor. After Edward Receives Autopilot Prostheses From Winry And Pinako, The Brothers Decide To Burn Down Their Childhood Home (symbolizing Their Determination And Decision “no Turning Back”) And Head To The Capital To Become State Alchemists, Sanctioned By The Government.

After Passing The Exam, Edward Earned The Nickname “Fullmetal Alchemist” In The State Military, And The Brothers, Led By Colonel Roy Mustang, Begin Their Quest To Get Their Full Bodies Back Through The Legendary Philosopher’s Stone. Along The Way, They Discover A Deep Government Conspiracy To Hide The True Nature Of The Sorcerer’s Stone, Involving Homunculi, Alchemists From The Neighboring Sin Nation, A Scarred Man From The War-torn Nation Of Ishbal, And Their Own Father’s Past.

The First Fourteen Episodes Of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Were Criticized By Staff At Anime News Network, Who Said The Repetition Of Events From The First Anime Resulted In A Lack Of Tension. Chris Beveridge Of Mania Entertainment Said That The Entertainment In These Episodes Lies In The Differences In The Actions Of The Characters From The First Series And The Original Content, Which Focuses On The Emotional Theme Of The Series.

In Another Review, Beveridge Praised The New Action Scenes And Additional Drama That Made The Episodes “Solid.” Comic Book Bin’s Chris Zimmerman Said The Series “unfolds And Establishes Its Own Identity” By Incorporating New Characters And Revelations Not Shown In The First Episode, Increasing Its Depth. He Said The Animation Was Better Than The First Anime; His Comments Focused On The Characters’ Facial Expressions And The Performance Of Battle Scenes. In An Article For The Los Angeles Times, Charles Solomon Named Brotherhood As The Second Best Anime Of 2010 In His Top 10.

The Climactic Episodes Were Praised For The Way The Action Scenes And Mores Were Conveyed; Many Reviewers Considered Them Better Than Completing The First Fullmetal Alchemist Anime. Critics Found The Ending Satisfactory; Mark Thomas Of The Fandom Post Called It “a Near-perfect Ending To An Outstanding Series.”

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