Anime Streaming Showcase: Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood

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This week’s Anime Streaming Showcase won’t cost you an arm and a leg, because Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood only asks of your time!

About me:

Like most people here, I’ve been watching anime for many, many years. I owe blocks like Toonami for getting me into the medium. Shows like Dragonball Z and Ronin Warriors shaped my beginning years, while shows like Neon Genesis Evangleion and Cowboy Bebop showed me that there’s some true artistic ability and expression found within anime (moreso than big burly dudes punching and screaming for hours on end). I now try to watch anime showcasing many genres and storytelling. Anime is just another great, creative medium for telling stories, and I’m happy to share my thoughts on the series I enjoy with you!

4 thoughts on “Anime Streaming Showcase: Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood

  1. Brotherhood is cliche trash the original Anime by Madhouse was way better, diverged from the manga to make the story both darker and more meaningful with way more interesting characterizations instead of focusing on anime fights and pep talkers, shots fired come at me bro!

    1. ………Ow, my pride!

      But real talk: I do know that there are a NUMBER of viewers out there who adore the original series over BroHo, and that’s totally valid.
      Many moments in BroHo versus FMA are less impactful due to a ‘rushed’ nature, but I think these moments are still poignant and handled well.

      Additionally, I prefer BroHo because of the same reason I said in the video: canonical closure.

      1. I really liked the ending in the original, going into a really good first half of Conqueror of Shambala, but the second half of that movie and the end of Brotherhood felt like standard anime, or video game, endings. I liked how different the two series were as they went along, though.

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