“Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episodes 9-10

A fun fact that I found out last night: the voices of 'Lust' and 'Roy Mustang' are provided by voice actors (and "Critical Role" cast members) Laura Bailey and Travis Willingham. Awesome! A quick recap/review: Edward ("Ed") and Alphonse ("Al") Elric are Alchemists: people that use a mix of Science and Magic to Transmute objects … Continue reading “Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episodes 9-10

“Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episode #8

I made some slight changes to the schedule of when the reviews of the 1st 20 episodes would be posted - LINK.   Episode 8: The Philosopher's Stone If the shock value of the last few minutes of Episode 7 didn't provide enough of a scar, the pre-intro of Episode 8 cut that wound right … Continue reading “Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episode #8

“Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episodes 6-7

This is a joint review of the "Fullmetal Alchemist" series (not the 'Brotherhood' series) on my page and on the "Comicdom Wrecks" page, under the "Saturday Morning Cartoon" feature. Episodes 1-3 are on my page; 4 and 5 are on Comicdom Wrecks. Episode 6: The Alchemy Exam The pre-Intro portion of this episode was pretty … Continue reading “Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episodes 6-7

“Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episodes 2-3

LINK to Ep.1 Ep. 2: "Body of the Sanctioned" This episode picks up almost exactly where the first episode left off: the aftermath of the battle between Edward and Cornello, and the revelation that Ed was the "Fullmetal Alchemist". Cornello realizes that Ed's title was¬†literal: he was 'full metal'. He also chastises the boys for … Continue reading “Fullmetal Alchemist”, Episodes 2-3

“Fullmetal Alchemist”: Joint Review with ‘Comicdom Wrecks’

I was talking with a co-worker, a few weeks ago, about getting back into watching anime. She suggested a few shows for me; one of them was Fullmetal Alchemist. I am currently about 17 episodes into the 51-episode series. I originally was going to recap and review the first couple of episodes on the website¬†Comicdom … Continue reading “Fullmetal Alchemist”: Joint Review with ‘Comicdom Wrecks’