History Manga / FullMetalAlchemist

27th Mar '17 12:47:25 PM rjd1922
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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/CrunchyRoll have ''Brotherhood'' available on their sites. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand.


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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} and Creator/CrunchyRoll have ''Brotherhood'' is available on their sites.Website/{{Crunchyroll}}. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand.

27th Feb '17 7:07:40 PM R.G.
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A Recap can be found '''[[Recap/FullmetalAlchemistBrotherhood HERE.]]'''
30th Oct '16 7:42:09 PM AtticusOmundson
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27th Oct '16 2:52:58 PM Grade0
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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} lost the license to the anime and removed it from their website. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand. ''Brotherhood'' currently airs on US television courtesy of Creator/{{Toonami}}.

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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} lost the license to the anime and removed it from Creator/CrunchyRoll have ''Brotherhood'' available on their website. sites. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand. ''Brotherhood'' currently airs on US television courtesy of Creator/{{Toonami}}.
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30th Sep '16 10:43:26 AM eroock
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'''''Fullmetal Alchemist''''' (Japanese title '''''Hagane no Renkinjutsushi''''') follows the story of the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse, who live in a world where those who know how to do so can practice the art of alchemy (transmuting one material into another or reshaping it into new forms). The brothers' skill with alchemy at an early age led them to believe they can bring their recently-deceased mother back to life using human transmutation -- a forbidden, taboo practice of alchemy. Their hubris costs Ed his right arm and left leg (now replaced with artificial "automail" limbs) and leaves Al as a soul affixed to an empty suit of armor. Years later, the brothers set out to find the Philosopher's Stone, a legendary artifact said to allow any form of transmutation without the necessary EquivalentExchange.

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'''''Fullmetal Alchemist''''' ''Fullmetal Alchemist'' (Japanese title '''''Hagane ''Hagane no Renkinjutsushi''''') Renkinjutsushi'') follows the story of the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse, who live in a world where those who know how to do so can practice the art of alchemy (transmuting one material into another or reshaping it into new forms). The brothers' skill with alchemy at an early age led them to believe they can bring their recently-deceased mother back to life using human transmutation -- a forbidden, taboo practice of alchemy. Their hubris costs Ed his right arm and left leg (now replaced with artificial "automail" limbs) and leaves Al as a soul affixed to an empty suit of armor. Years later, the brothers set out to find the Philosopher's Stone, a legendary artifact said to allow any form of transmutation without the necessary EquivalentExchange.
5th Jul '16 9:31:44 PM ChaoticNovelist
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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} recently lost the license to the anime and removed it from their website. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand. ''Brotherhood'' currently airs on US television courtesy of Creator/{{Toonami}}.

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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} recently lost the license to the anime and removed it from their website. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand. ''Brotherhood'' currently airs on US television courtesy of Creator/{{Toonami}}.
3rd Apr '16 5:30:29 PM GuardianSoulBlade
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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} handles ''Brotherhood'' (which fans can watch the first four subbed episodes on [[http://www.hulu.com/fullmetal-alchemist-brotherhood Hulu]], [[http://http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDDAC7E6A5A5B2D83 YouTube]], both of which also contains the first four dubbed episodes, or on [[http://www.funimation.com/fullmetal-alchemist Funimation's website]], which offers all of the dub episodes for subscribers). Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand. ''Brotherhood'' currently airs on US television courtesy of Creator/{{Toonami}}.

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In the US and Canada, Creator/VizMedia licenses and publishes the manga series, while Creator/{{Funimation}} handles ''Brotherhood'' (which fans can watch recently lost the first four subbed episodes on [[http://www.hulu.com/fullmetal-alchemist-brotherhood Hulu]], [[http://http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDDAC7E6A5A5B2D83 YouTube]], both of which also contains license to the first four dubbed episodes, or on [[http://www.funimation.com/fullmetal-alchemist Funimation's website]], which offers all of the dub episodes for subscribers).anime and removed it from their website. Elsewhere in the English-speaking world, ''Brotherhood'' is licensed to Creator/MangaEntertainment in the UK and Ireland, while Creator/MadmanEntertainment distributes both the show and the manga in Australia and New Zealand. ''Brotherhood'' currently airs on US television courtesy of Creator/{{Toonami}}.
8th Feb '16 2:15:52 PM TheTropper
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After the end of ''Brotherhood'', [[TheMovie a movie set within the series]] -- ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheSacredStarOfMilos'' -- was released in 2011 (and 2012 for the US). Unlike ''[[Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheConquerorOfShamballa The Conqueror of Shamballa]]'' (a film based of the first anime series), this film exists as a side-story to the manga/''Brotherhood'' continuity (but could fit in the first anime continuity also).

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After the end of ''Brotherhood'', [[TheMovie a movie set within the series]] -- ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheSacredStarOfMilos'' -- was released in 2011 (and 2012 for the US). Unlike ''[[Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheConquerorOfShamballa The Conqueror of Shamballa]]'' (a film based of off the first anime series), this film exists as a side-story to the manga/''Brotherhood'' continuity (but could fit in the first anime continuity also).
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3rd Feb '16 12:14:45 PM Smeagol17
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After the end of ''Brotherhood'', [[TheMovie a movie set within the series]] -- ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheSacredStarOfMilos'' -- was released in 2011 (and 2012 for the US). Unlike ''[[Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheConquerorOfShamballa The Conqueror of Shamballa]]'' (a film based of the first anime series), this film exists as a side-story to the manga/''Brotherhood'' continuity.

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After the end of ''Brotherhood'', [[TheMovie a movie set within the series]] -- ''Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheSacredStarOfMilos'' -- was released in 2011 (and 2012 for the US). Unlike ''[[Anime/FullmetalAlchemistTheConquerorOfShamballa The Conqueror of Shamballa]]'' (a film based of the first anime series), this film exists as a side-story to the manga/''Brotherhood'' continuity.
continuity (but could fit in the first anime continuity also).
6th Sep '15 8:45:03 AM SignSeeker7
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'''''Fullmetal Alchemist''''' (Japanese title '''''Hagane no Renkinjutsushi''''') follows the story of the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse, who live in a world where those who know how to do so can practice the art of alchemy (transmuting one material into another or reshaping it into new forms). The brothers' skill with alchemy at an early age lead them to believe they can bring their recently-deceased mother back to life using human transmutation -- a forbidden, taboo practice of alchemy. Their hubris costs Ed his right arm and left leg (now replaced with artificial "automail" limbs) and leaves Al as a soul affixed to an empty suit of armor. Years later, the brothers set out to find the Philosopher's Stone, a legendary artifact said to allow any form of transmutation without the necessary EquivalentExchange.

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'''''Fullmetal Alchemist''''' (Japanese title '''''Hagane no Renkinjutsushi''''') follows the story of the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse, who live in a world where those who know how to do so can practice the art of alchemy (transmuting one material into another or reshaping it into new forms). The brothers' skill with alchemy at an early age lead led them to believe they can bring their recently-deceased mother back to life using human transmutation -- a forbidden, taboo practice of alchemy. Their hubris costs Ed his right arm and left leg (now replaced with artificial "automail" limbs) and leaves Al as a soul affixed to an empty suit of armor. Years later, the brothers set out to find the Philosopher's Stone, a legendary artifact said to allow any form of transmutation without the necessary EquivalentExchange.
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