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Fullmetal Alchemist

Fullmetal Alchemist
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Fullmetal Alchemist Is A Japanese Anime Television Series Adapted From The Manga Of The Same Name Written And Illustrated By Hiromu Arakawa. Consisting Of 51 Episodes, It Was Produced By The Animation Studio Bones, Mainichi Broadcasting System (MBS) And Aniplex. It Aired On MBS In Japan From October 2003 To October 2004.

Fullmetal Alchemist

Fullmetal Alchemist

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Status – Completed

Episodes – 01 – 51

October 4, 2003 – October 2, 2004

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As In The Manga, The Series Follows The Adventures Of Brothers Edward And Alphonse Elric, Who Seek The Sorcerer’s Stone To Reclaim The Bodies They Lost In Their Failed Attempt To Bring Their Dead Mother Back To Life. During Production, Arakawa Requested An Original Ending That Was Different From The Manga, Which Led To The Series Deviating From The Original Plot Halfway Through. The First Series Ended With The Sequel To The 2005 Film The Conqueror Of Shambhala. A Second Anime Series, Fullmetal Alchemist : Brotherhood, Which Adapted The Entire Story Of The Manga, Premiered In 2009.

The First Half Of The Anime’s Plot Is An Adaptation Of The First Seven Volumes Of The Manga. However, By The Middle Of The Plot, The Plots Differ Greatly From Each Other, Especially During The Time When Roy Mustang’s Girlfriend Mays Hughes Was Killed By A Disguised Homunculus, Envy. Dante, The Former Lover Of Hohenheim And Mentor Of The Elric Brothers’ Teacher, Is The Main Antagonist Of The Series.

Centuries Ago, Hohenheim And Dante Perfected The Methods Of Making The Philosopher’s Stone And Achieved Immortality By Transferring Their Souls And Intelligence To Other Bodies As They Age. In The End, Hohenheim Was Defeated By Guilt For Sacrificing Lives To Create The Stone And Left To Dante. Although Dante Can Still Jump From Body To Body With The Last Stone She And Hohenheim Created, She Is Unwilling To Risk Creating It Herself. Thus, She Uses The Homunculi To Induce Edward And Alphonse, As Well As Other Equally Desperate Alchemists, To Create Another Complete Philosopher’s Stone For Her.

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When Scar Creates The Philosopher’s Stone At The Cost Of His Own Life, As Well As The Lives Of 7,000 Soldiers, He Infuses It Into Alphonse’s Metal Body, Leading To Alphonse’s Abduction. Edward Tries To Save Him, But Envy Kills Him. However, Alphonse Uses The Philosopher’s Stone To Revive His Brother, But Disappears Along With Envy, Which Cannot Stop Him. Dante Tries To Escape, But She Is Killed When The Homunculus Gluttony, Whose Mind She Had Previously Destroyed, Cannot Recognize Its Master. After Being Reborn, Edward Risks His Life To Get His Brother Back And Ends Up In Munich While Alphonse Regains His Original Body.

Deciding To Reunite With Alphonse, Edward Is Involved In Rocket Science Research, Intending To Use This Technology To Return To His Homeworld. The Story Ends With The Adaptation Of The Conqueror Of Shambhala, In Which Edward’s Quest Attracts The Attention Of The Thule Society, Which Seeks To Infiltrate His Homeworld – Believing It Is Shambhala – To Obtain New Weapons To Aid Them In World War Ii. Dietlinde Eckhart, A Member Of The Thule Society, Enters The Underworld And Tries To Destroy Amestris. She Is Defeated By The Elric Brothers, Who Decide To Stay In Germany.

During The Development Of The Anime Fullmetal Alchemist, Arakawa Allowed Kostya To Work Independently Of Her And Asked Them To Create An Original Ending Different From The Ending Of The Then-ongoing Manga. She Didn’t Want To Repeat The Same Ending In Both Media, And Wanted To Continue Writing Manga In Order To Develop The Characters At Her Own Pace. While Watching The Anime Finale, Arakawa Stated That She Was Amazed At How Different The Homunculus Creatures Were From Her Manga, And Liked The Way The Staff Pondered The Origin Of The Villains.

Although She Was Not Fully Involved In All Aspects Of The 2003 Series, She Was Directly Involved In Its Creation In Terms Of Plot, As Shown In The Additions To The 8th Volume Of The Manga. She Helped The Anime Development Team Consult The Characters And Tell The General Story She Planned For Her Manga, Helping Them Fill In Some Of The Gaps For The Original 2003 Anime Series Finale. Since Arakawa Was Involved In The Development Of The Anime, She Was Unable To Focus On The Manga Cover Illustrations And Had Little Time To Illustrate Them.

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Animation Studio Bones Adapted The Manga Into A 51-episode Anime Series. Directed By Seiji Mizushima, Written By Sho Aikawa, And Co-produced By Bones, Mainichi Broadcasting System And Aniplex. Character Design By Yoshiyuki Ito. The Anime Premiered On October 4, 2003 On MBS, Tbs And Animax In Japan; It Lasted Until October 2, 2004, With A TV Viewer Rating Of 6.8%.

During The Production Of The Anime, Arakawa Attended Meetings To Educate Staff About The World Of Fullmetal Alchemist, Although She Did Not Write For The Television Series. The Series Was Released As Thirteen DVDs From December 17, 2003 To January 26, 2005 In Japan By Aniplex. In January 2009, Bones Released “Box DVD Archives” With The Anime. It Includes The First Anime Of The 51st Episode, The Film, Soundtracks On CDs, And Series Guides.

A Dubbed English Version Of The Anime Was Produced By Funimation And Debuted On Adult Swim In The Us On November 6, 2004. Canadian Channel YTV Began Broadcasting It On March 3, 2006. In The United Kingdom, The Anime Was Broadcast On Rapture TV And Animecentral. Animax Asia Has Aired The Series In The Philippines, India And South Asia.

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Funimation Entertainment Released The Series On Dvd Between 8 February 2005 And 12 September 2006. Funimation Later Republished The Series In Two DVD Volumes In 2009 And Again In 2010. In The UK, MVM Films Distributed The First Eight Volumes. Series; However Funimation Transferred The Rights To Revelation Films. Anime Limited Now Owns The Rights In The UK And They Released The Series In Both The Definitive And Regular Blu-ray Collector’s Edition. There Were Plans To Release A DVD In The UK, But These Have Been Delayed From June 2017. In Australia And New Zealand, Madman Entertainment Originally Released The Episode In 13 Volumes And Then Re-released The Episode As Two DVD Compilations. And Then Blu-ray In The Box.

A Series Of Five Original Video Animations (OVA) Has Also Been Released. Most Of Them Are Secondary Stories And Do Not Reveal The Plot. In March 2006, A DVD Of These OVAs Was Released In Japan Under The Title Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection. Funimation Acquired And Named The “Premium Collection” In Late 2008 For An English Release. The DVD Was Released In English On August 4, 2009.

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