Is that Nina or Alexander?
@SolarPenguin, why not both? *Mexican music plays*
@Proactive Citizenry , ok i know it's been years now but still...too soon.
@AssertedCheese, they were inseparable!!
@Proactive Citizenry , *throws up* ITS NOT OKAY SO STOP
@SolarPenguin, it will always be too soon
@Proactive Citizenry , ok. You know what? Fvck you. They're dead now. You know where they ended up? IN MY CEMETERY. I HAVE NO WAY TO GET RID OF THEM.
@lying adult, *liar...dammi
@lying adult, lyer
99% of the time when a FMA pic comes up im actually watching FMA on Netflix, which isn't that special since it's all I been streaming for months now
Can someone summarize this show for me? I kinda wanna watch it.
@The Rusty Dalek, an alternate timeline where alchemy became the superior science. You follow 2 brothers who've made some mistakes in their past and plan on righting there wrongs. It is a sad anime but I recommend it. There are 2 versions of this show; Fullmetal alchemist & fullmetal alchemist brotherhood. If you are okay with anime's getting absurd towards the end then watch brotherhood. If you prefer a more grounded story, then watch the regular one. Brotherhood is more like brotherhood
@MrVinster, fma brotherhood is based of the manga, fma is a spinoff. The spinoff is more of a dark story, and gets crazy at the end. Overall i think fma bro was much beter and had a more well thoughtout storyline
@The Rusty Dalek, if you plan on getting into this show I recommend watching the original first and then brotherhood. While it's a almost unviserval concensus that the remake is superior, starting with the flawed version allows you to truly appreciate the series. Just an opinion from a veteran Otaku....
@MrVinster,. ..I kind of think it's the other way around. The 2003 anime became a little choppy plot-wise. Brotherhood was more supernatural, but the plot had better pacing.
*loud agonized screams* "Oh look! A philosopher's stone!
Don't forget the clapping sounds!