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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Funimation! Unidisc
  • Release Date: Aug. 24 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003NE8B42
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,411 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Part 2

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mike J. on Sept. 15 2010
Despite FMAB Part 1 is a great collection, I admit Part 1 is a bit rush as it quickly and narrowly summarizes most of the important events occured on the original series with just only 13 episodes. However, the story and the excitement really start taking off with Part 2 where there are very few familiar storylines you could compare or find on the original series. Therefore, if you expect FMAB is like among many other big-remake series such as DBZ Kai or Rebuild of Evangelion movies, you will be wrong. FMAB is a totally different adaptation from the original series. It's actually not a remake as its concept and plotline are more connected with the original managa, which ultimately may please the managa fans a bit more. However, that doesn't mean the people who favor the original TV series can't enjoy it as well since FMAB tells in a different perspective, which includes more intensed battles, fast-paced and much more complicated plot, and many more interesting new characters joined the story etc. Either you are a big fan of the original series or the manga series or both, this new version of FMAB will absolutely not disappoint you.

Things that I enjoy Part 2 the most is how intelligent the story is written. You will never know what comes next as the plot is constantly developing and changing; many characters' behaviours at times act totally different from the ones on the original series. For instance, you may think that character is good guy, but wait until you'll see he/she might do something that's totally out of his/her characters. Even so, the creator still manages not to alienate their original personality and is able to make all characters (good and evil) likable.
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By Nolan Kuffner on May 18 2013
As stated in the title, this is simply for your information and is directed towards those who post ridiculously long tirades on manga / anime / video games. Not that these pages long rants aren't chock full of self serving, grandiose garbage and virtual soapboxes to express a plethora of closedminded opinions and judgments, but they are HORRIBLY edited.
Do you want people to process your mindless prattling, digest the pointed drivel and understand the ubiquitous truths that lie within the mess of your forward or backward thinking nonsense?
Then learn how to write and in the language you're expressing those opinions in. ESPECIALLY if you're doing it from said soapbox: an elitist tool seems far less demeaning when he or she does so with a hint of intelligence.
Honestly, does every movie need to be Schindler's List, every game Journey and every anime Evangelion for people to be able to enjoy them?
I liked this and quite a bit.
Thanks for taking the time reading the preceding rant.
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25 of 33 people found the following review helpful
A superior anime that is simply a Masterpiece..without a doubt one of the greatest animated television productions ever made. June 18 2010
By TRUTH - Published on Amazon.com
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I highly assure anyone if you haven't checked out Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood then you are greatly missing out on this animated masterpiece!Fullmetal Alchemist is an franchise that has taken America by storm three times now firstly with the original 2003 Fullmetal Alchemist animated series..secondly with the cult followed manga of the same and now the final time with the remarkable animated Brotherhood!Brotherhood is currently airing on Adult Swim and is gaining great attention with impressive ratings all around and the animated series is on the last three episodes that will be airing in Japan for the rest of June and officially ending its run on July 4th with 64 episodes in total.This animated rare gem truly hits an incredible peak with part two..this is when the animated series strays away from the original 2003 anime to pave its own path by following the manga's brilliant plot.What your in store for with this 13 episode set is my personal favorite episodes of the series..beautiful emotions are unleashed,Jaw dropping battle sequences animated with some of the best animation ever put on film..I kid you not..you will be left in awe with every gut turning,beautifully paced moment..and with the ending episode on this set it will only leave you wanting more..don't worry this animated series only gets better as it progresses into its deeply intelligent and engrossing plot.Studio Bones has proved once again with Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood that without a doubt they are one of the greatest animation studios in the world.Hiromu Arakawa has created one of the most unique and groundbreaking stories ever written in the graphic novel world(I like to think so)..Fullmetal Alchemist is indeed one of the my favorite stories ever..so what are you waiting for..buy this set today and experience the beautiful world of Fullmetal Alchemist!

P.s.The Japanese Dub is by far one of the best dubs I've ever heard in all my years of watching anime and the English Dub is remarkable as well!Vic Mignogna truly deserves an voice acting equivalent of a oscar for his riveting performance as Edward Elric!
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Getting better along the way Aug. 24 2010
By BryanF87 - Published on Amazon.com
This set of episodes is where Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood really starts to take off and establish itself as a different series from the first anime. I would consider this the "narrative hook" of the FMA:Brotherhood series. I will admit that I was a bit turned off by the first 13 episodes of FMA:Brotherhood, I felt like the series had a very "rushed" feel to it. I understand that they were trying to speed over the ground that had already been covered by it's predeccesor, but I wished they would have slowed down with it a bit. I felt that it detracted from the emotional impact that the original series had. But once I finally got to episode 15, and the series slowed down the pacing a bit, I realized that once again, the Bones animation studio was delivering yet another masterpiece. If you were a fan of the original FMA, and were dissapointed by the first set of episodes like me, I encourage you to at least give Part 2 a view, your opinion will most likely change. I have watched the entire series of FMA brotherhood in Japanese (with english subtitles) and I can tell you that I really thought this was the stronger of the 2 series once it takes off. In the original FMA, I felt a bit dissapointed by how they ended the series, and I honestly felt that the last 10 or so episodes didn't really add up to the rest of the series, though I did enjoy the last 2 or 3 episodes. Where'as with FMA Brotherhood I feel that it's the opposite, it has a week opening with the first 13 episodes, minus a few moments, but overall the series is better as a whole from the original. There is a whole lot more action throughout FMA: Brotherhood, and the ending, which I won't give away, is a great deal more climatic than the original FMA series ending, in my opinion. By the time you finish this disc set, I can say that you will more than likely be "sold" on what FMA: Brotherhood has to offer. And it only gets better from here.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The Homunculi Unleashed Oct. 14 2010
By Zack Davisson - Published on Amazon.com
Part Two of "Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood" is what the fans have been waiting for. This is finally the point where the original "Fullmetal Alchemist" parted company with the manga and went off on its own story, but here with "Brotherhood" there is the chance to do it right.

"Brotherhood" was a pretty bold experiment. The first Fullmetal Alchemist anime out-paced the manga, and had to invent new storylines and resolutions separate from Hiromu Arakawa's intentions. This in not unheard of in Japan. The same thing happened to Negima! which leads to a drastically different storyline in the manga and the anime. But with "Brotherhood" they decided to go back and re-make the series from the beginning, produced by studio Bones with new directors, character designs and overall look while keeping the story in-line with what was going on in the manga.

Part 1 of "Brotherhood" was good, but a little too rushed. They were basically covering ground that had already been covered in the first anime, and it isn't until Part Two that the story gets to break free and develop according to plan. It shows in the quality and attention to character development in Part Two.

Part Two contains episodes 14-26, covering volumes 8 through 13 of the manga. There is too much going on here to give a full synopsis, but there are plenty of surprises in story for the Elrics as they encounter foreigners from a distant country who use alkahestry, an alternate form of the more familiar alchemy used by the brothers, and more secrets of the Philosopher's Stone are revealed. The highlights of Part 2 are in episode 19, when the power of the homunculi Lust is finally unleashed for an action-packed showdown with Roy Mustang, and the heartbreaking episode 20, where Edward discovers some harsh truths about his transmuting the souls of the dead.

I don't know if you have to choose, but I am enjoying "Brotherhood" more than the original "Fullmetal Alchemist" anime. The stories are deeper and more complex, and the animation style is more luscious and colorful.

If you haven't given "Brotherhood" a shot, here is where it really shows itself to be more than a re-do of "Fullmetal Alchemist." Give it a try!
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
It only gets better July 4 2010
By Magiteknight - Published on Amazon.com
I'm assuming that if you are buying the second dvd set of FMA:Brotherhood, then you already know and like what this show has to offer.
Well it only gets better. More characters, plot intrigue, rich story, and character developments. Not to mention beautiful animation.
(Again be aware this is a remake of FMA. It is not like the original TV series. It follows the manga plot.)

You seriously can't go wrong with this show.
Now THIS is awesome. Jan. 23 2011
By Anne with an e - Published on Amazon.com
I could easily hold this show up as the reason I love anime: a wonderful story in a beautiful package. I'm no anime snob; I don't think every show that comes out of Japan is made of solid gold; but when it is done right, there is almost nothing better. This show has visual appeal: great, fluid animation with bright colors, well realized settings and engaging character designs. It has a good plot: hidden conspiracies with world altering consequences must be discovered and foiled, but above all, Al and Ed must get their bodies back. Great characterization: emotions are almost always genuine, the bond between the two brothers feels as real as if they were actual people, and even the secondary characters and villains have real motivation, real development, and you can see them changing more and more as the series progresses. Great action, a fast pace, surprising thematic depth and pretty much no filler rounds out what makes this series stand head and shoulders above almost everything else out there, animated or otherwise.