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  • I enjoyed this one a lot even though the first series is very similar to this one, it’s a little different and it holds its own
  • You should definitely check out this show if you haven’t already

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      Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Episode 5 begins with a brief recap of the last episode and then starts with Ed running up to his mother Trisha and showing her a metal toy horse he transmuted. She says she’s proud of him then asks him why he couldn’t make mommy right and transforms into the strange creature he and Al transmuted. He then turns and sees Nina and Alexander who want him to play, but not before she morphs into the chimera that Tucker transmuted. He wakes up and leaves with al and they learn from Lt. Hawkeye that Nina

      and Shou Tucker have been murdered. Ed and Al grieve over the death of Nina and wonder about the Alchemy they believe in. Scar finds them and attacks while they try to get away.

      This episode is spectacular, the show is finally coming into its own, and it’s separating itself from the first anime. The animation is great; the fight scenes are top notch. It looks much better than the original series sand the voice acting is great, it hasn’t been released English dubbed yet, but it will come out next year. The Japanese acting is ...


      • great, and that’s saying a lot because I usually dislike the Japanese dub and watch anime in English if it’s available. But this series is so good that you’ll enjoy it whether you prefer English or Japanese. My favorite parts were the fight between Alex Louis Armstrong and Scar and a small bit at the end where Riza Hawkeye takes off her jacket and puts it around Ed’s shoulders to keep him from catching cold. Never knew Edward Elric looked so good in a military uniform.

        Anyway, this episode is great, it’s very well done and exciting to

        watch. Fans of the first series will be interested to see what they changed in order to follow the manga. This episode is great and keeps you looking forward to what happens next. I enjoyed this one a lot even though the first series is very similar to this one, it’s a little different and it holds its own. You should definitely check out this show if you haven’t already.

        Funimation is streaming Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood on their website Funimation.com/video under “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood”. They upload episodes four days after they air in Japan at 10:00 AM CST.




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