The anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is full of perfect moments. And buried in it is a very, very anime love story.
So Japan is making a live-action Fullmetal Alchemist movie. Last year, a short teaser hit, and now, we have the first official trailers. Yes, trailers. Plural.
Winter vacation is for binge-watching anime. It’s what you’re probably going to do anyway between family meals and sleeping, so let’s just be honest with ourselves.
As previously reported, shooting wrapped up on the Fullmetal Alchemist feature film. And now, here’s the flick’s very first 30-second trailer.
We interrupt your day to bring you perhaps the most depressing moment in anime history. Her name was Nina Tucker, and Fullmetal Alchemist destroyed her and it made me cry.
What do Terra Formars, Fullmetal Alchemist and Final Fantasy X have in common? They all had backgrounds done by studio Kusanagi.
In Japan, popular manga and anime series Fullmetal Alchemist is getting a feature film. It’s slated for a winter 2017 release. The fictional setting was inspired by Europe, but the movie’s cast will be Japanese.
Not many games have customization deep enough to help cosplay as Full Metal Alchemist characters, but Agentloonypants in Final Fantasy XIV pretty much nailed it with Edward and Alphonse.
Commenter SecretMoblin has yet to experience the joy of sitting in a darkened room at 3AM sobbing hysterically over a Japanese cartoon. He needs anime suggestions, so its time to Speak Up on Kotaku.
There's good news and bad news, Fullmetal Alchemist fans. The good news? There's a new game coming based on Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. The bad news? It looks to be some sort of turn-based card battling game for iOS, Android, and Facebook.