>watch FMA:B because MAL thinks it's the best thing ever
>mfw they're right
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Even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Good production values from a good studio working with good source material. It's definitely pretty good. I dunno about the best thing ever, but yeah. Brotherhood is definitely better than 2003 overall, but I think the director for the 2003 series did a better job in a lot of ways. More powerful scenes to me. He just didn't have a finished product to work with and flubbed the ending.
>There are people who actually believe this shit
It turns out the portal is actually a gate to our world and all alchemy is powered by their souls. Ed is then killed in the Hindenburg and dying there placed him back in his original world for no raisin.
>Ed is then killed in the Hindenburg and dying there placed him back in his original world for no raisin.
His soul crossed over the gate and found the german Ed's body as a host. When that Ed died, the soul went back to his original body.
Homunculi are also brought over from the gate after someone performs human transmutation and looks exactly like that person. There is no theme to them having names based off the seven sins and none of them really have their traits except for Greed and Wrath. Wrath is changed to Pride for no reason. Instead of having philosopher-stone based healing factor they are actually immortal and only vulnerable when faced with the remains of the one who was transmuted. Envy has no remains and is thus completely immortal and also Hohenheim's first son. All the homunculi want to be human even though the only difference is not being able to do alchemy for no reason and you don't get cool super powers. Lust completely avoided answering when asked why.
Did I miss anything?
What impresses me is that the Manga is great and both adaptations are great in their own way.
It's difficult to find a great manga with a worthy adaptation (Or the other way around), let alone two.
Brotherhood glazed over the first chapters because Bones already did a good job at them in the 2003 anime.
Why waste your budget doing the same thing over again when you can focus to the rest of the story?
>watches all seasons of Gintama that MAL thinks are masterpieces
>mfw they're wrong, so so wrong