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  • Please keep in mind, there are lots of spoilers in this episode so I’d recommend not seeing it if you haven’t watch the show
  • This episode is very well-put-together for being a recap episode, which is usually very uninteresting and boring
  • The scenes between a younger Pinako and Van Hohenheim are interesting and the visuals are very entertaining, along with a touching use of the ending theme Let it out by Miho Fukuhara
  • Tied Hands) by Lil'B is a nice theme, it’s not the best but it’s good

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      Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Episode 27 is a recap episode, showing viewers what’s happened so far in the story without giving away anything about what’s going to happen. Please keep in mind, there are lots of spoilers in this episode so I’d recommend not seeing it if you haven’t watch the show. There’s also a spoiler within the episode, but I won’t give that away.

      This episode is


      very well-put-together for being a recap episode, which is usually very uninteresting and boring. But this isn’t one of them; you’ll be interested the whole time, even though it’s just talking about things you’ve already seen in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The scenes between a younger Pinako and Van Hohenheim are interesting and the visuals are very entertaining, along with a touching use of the ending theme “Let ...

      • it out” by Miho Fukuhara.

        The new opening theme is “Golden Time Lover” by Sukima Switch. It has a good beat but takes some getting used to. It’s one of my favorite opening themes for Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The ending theme “Tsunai Da Te (つないだ手; Tied Hands)” by Lil’B is a nice theme, it’s not the best but it’s good.

        This episode does a nice job of recapping everything

        that’s happened and flows together nicely. It’s a breather before we get going again and I liked the episode a lot. The new themes are nice and I have to say that this was a good episode.

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




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