Jun 202014
by Zior_

Question by Jiyuukage115: Full Metal Alchemist and Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood?
Is Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood a continuation of the original Full Metal Alchemist or are they the same thing? I started watching FMA a really long time ago and stopped on like the third episode or something so I’ve lost track of what’s what. Can someone clarify that for me? I want to start watching again.

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Answer by Jesse

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  3 Responses to “Full Metal Alchemist and Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood?”

  1. No, Brotherhood is a re-make of FullMetal Alchemist, not a continuation. In the original series, they strayed away from the manga quite a bit, especially in the middle. So, this time the story follows the manga more carefully.

    The animation was obviously upgraded and some of the voice actors are different (not Ed and Al). The series airs on Sunday and is out subbed on Sunday as well. FUNimation is also subbing it, but there episodes aren’t released until Friday, available for stream.

    If you’ve already seen FMA 1, skip to episode 14 and you will really start to see major differences. That’s when you meet Greed.

    to watch >> http://www.animeseason.com/hagane-no-renkinjutsushi-2009/ more

    info >> http://myanimelist.net/anime/5114/Fullmetal_Alchemist:_Brotherhood

  2. FMA: Brotherhood is a remake that follows the story of the manga

  3. Nah, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a remake of the FMA anime series, the difference being that this time, the storyline follows closely to the one set in the manga (notice the huge differences between FMA manga and the former FMA anime?). So that’s it, really.

    Still, this remake version really rocks – just awesome. You should watch it if you really like FMA. Don’t worry, you can just start from episode 4 and not miss anything.

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