People who are familiar with Fullmetal Alchemist must know about its sequel Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The sequel of this series launched in 2009 under the production of none other than the Mob Psycho and My Hero Academia’s bones studio. Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ran successfully from 2009 to 2010, weekly on MBS-TBS.
Emotions And Bonding
The most beautiful thing about this series’ 2nd part is the bond between those two brothers Edwar Elric and Alphonse Elric and their love towards their mother Trisha. The efforts they show to bring their dead mother back are unmatchable and in return the loss, they get in terms of their body parts and soul.
Pace of The Anime
The way the writers of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood tackle this anime is beyond words. In total 64 episodes, the combo of Hiroshi Onogi and Yasuhiro Irie expressed the storyline have left many people out there amazed. The pace of the story was well managed as it was neither too fast nor too slow.
Let’s move towards the storyline of this excellent alchemy anime. While, both the brothers who were trained in alchemy by Izumi Curtis tried to bring their mom back to the life. However, they forgot the Law Of Equivalent Change. As per the rules and regulations, human transmutation cannot be performed by humans solely.
In an order to give Trisha (mother of alchemy brothers) another life they had to follow the Law of Equivalent Change which in the end cost their soul and body parts. Edward loss his leg and an arm whereas, Alphonse his body. Later on, after struggling a lot both of them left in search of Philosopher Stone, to regain their bodies.
The battles shown in the series are iconic as they are full of excitement, thrill with excellent background and graphics. These battles and fights are as competent as others in top-notched animated series.
Difference Between Both Seasons
It is an adaptation from the manga of the same name which published in Monthly Shonen Gangan from 2001 to 2010. The manga and anime both are based on adventure, dark fantasy, action, thrill and a lot of science fiction.
However, the two parts of the series are quite different from each other. The difference is on the basis of their adaption from the manga. The Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is considered as the most loyal adaptation of the manga.
The whole series including Fullmetal Alchemist and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is available on top streaming sites. Those sites include Netflix, Crunchyroll, Funimation, and Hulu.