Yes yes, I know, you're all going to hate me for not actually looking in the FAQ first, (but I'm too lazy to sort through the memories for this community and find what I'm looking for)
So, those of you who do know, can someone please define what 'OTP' stands for? (I'm aware of what it entails: Pairings of characters that normally would not pair up, like a Hughes and Izumi pairing)
Thanks in advance for all help given ^^
Is it just me, or does Tucker look like Steve Jobs?
Well, my friend agrees.
Hopefully, this hasn't been posted before. =P
Hi, I'm a long time lurker...I feel bad that my first post is a request =/ but...I guess, about a month or so ago, someone posted a link to an article about real life chimera. I'd like to use that article for an essay, but I'm not too sure when it was posted. If anyone has that favorited for some reason, can you post it here? Thanks =)
I just beat the game Fullmetal Alchemist and the Broken Angel, (yeah, belated, it sat on the shelf for a lot, but could've been beaten faster).
I'm not going to spoil anything, but I'm just going to share my feelings.
Apparently they were trying to make it a weepy ending, but still, it rather aggravated and annoyed me. Figures a FMA ending would be crapful and 'depressing'. Though they do try to cheer it up, it still sucks.
Yeah sorry had to rant, >_<
After the credits, they had to give you a FULL SUMMARY in the form of a long monologue of Hawkeye's report... ¬_¬ *sigh*
And then they try and end on a "Oh we're sorry we made it sad, here have a dash of happy to make it better!" note. It still dosen't cover up the sucky ending. Blech.
2005 PRESS RELEASES
VIZ TO RELEASE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST MANGA
Original manga series that inspired popular anime program to be the first of several unique related offerings due for release this year
San Francisco, CA, February 18, 2005 — VIZ, LLC, which recently announced its upcoming merger with ShoPro Entertainment, Inc. to form one of the entertainment industry's most innovative comprehensive manga and animation licensing and publishing companies, has announced the highly anticipated debut of the manga for FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST, due for release in May 2005. The graphic novel by Himoru Arakawa will be rated "T" for teens with an MSRP of $9.99.
FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST is one of the most successful and popular on-going manga titles, selling more than 12 million copies to-date in Japan. The mystic blend of art, magic and science that is alchemy is the basis for FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST. The story begins with two young brothers named Edward and Alphonse as they try to use an alchemy technique called "human transmutation" to raise their mother from the dead with tragic consequences. As a result of a miscalculation, fifteen-year-old Edward loses his left leg and fourteen-year-old Alphonse loses his entire body. Immediately after the accident Edward sacrifices his right arm to save Alphonse's soul, which is transmuted into a suit of armor that becomes his new body. Edward replaces his missing limbs with a biomechanical technology called auto-mail that gives him a new bionic arm and leg. The action begins as the pair heads to Central City in search of the Philosopher's Stone, an object of immeasurable power and the only thing that can return the siblings to their natural states. But in this futuristic alternate world, the use of alchemy is widespread. Evil forces seek the magical stone and will use any ruthless means to try and thwart the two brothers from reaching their goal.