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  • It was a thrill to watch with amazing animation and a lot of development
  • I love the manga storyline and it’s truly amazing what Hiromo Arakawa has written, her story was brilliantly adapted to the small screen and I really enjoy watching the show

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      Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood Episode 28 starts off with Al and Gluttony going into where Father is. Then Gluttony’s stomach explodes as Ed, Envy and Ling emerge from inside the false Truth Gate. Secrets are revealed and there’s a huge surprise that I won’t give away, but it’s really, really good. Ling also makes a fateful decision that changes everything for him.

      This episode was a crowning moment


      of awesome for Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. It was quite a wild ride that never stopped surprising you with twists and turns the entire time. The fight scenes were incredible, but I won’t give away why. It was a thrill to watch with amazing animation and a lot of development.

      This episode is currently, one of my favorite episodes in this series. I love the manga ...


      • storyline and it’s truly amazing what Hiromo Arakawa has written, her story was brilliantly adapted to the small screen and I really enjoy watching the show. It’s a truly marvelous anime that should be in any anime fan’s DVD collection. The English dub is going to be so good for this episode; I can hardly wait for next year when I’ll be able to hear it in my
        native language. This was a truly brilliant episode and it just keeps getting better as they go. It’s very hard for an anime to do that, but Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood pulls it off in style.

        Funimation is streaming episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood on their website, Funimation.com/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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