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Rocko52

Dunno, haven't seen Brotherhood. In the manga/FMA B, I know that the Tucker incident happens in the present, unlike in FMA where it's part of a multiple episode flashback.

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Rocko52

I will watch FMA B eventually, but I think I'd rather read the manga. I seriously love FMA though so I get annoyed when I see FMA B fanboys dissing it.

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Arianabtd

Rocko52 wrote:

I seriously love FMA though so I get annoyed when I see FMA B fanboys dissing it.

..so how come I notice you always saying that everything about FMA is better than FMA B?
Isn't that like, the same thing? xD.

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Rocko52

Well ya see....ya got me. -_-

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FonistofCruxis

Volume 2 of The Melancholy of Haruhi-chan Suzumiya is very funny but it's starting to get too fanservice-y. Also, when reading it today, I saw something I never thought I would see...Kyon and Koizumi in bunnygirl outfits. O_o

Undead_terror

Rocko52 wrote:

I will watch FMA B eventually, but I think I'd rather read the manga. I seriously love FMA though so I get annoyed when I see FMA B fanboys dissing it.

I never watched brotherhood but isn't it both the same thing?

RR529

undead_terror wrote:

Rocko52 wrote:

I will watch FMA B eventually, but I think I'd rather read the manga. I seriously love FMA though so I get annoyed when I see FMA B fanboys dissing it.

I never watched brotherhood but isn't it both the same thing?

The original FMA deviates from the manga half way through (since the manga wasn't complete during it's creation), so it's second half is completely different from the manga.

FMA:B follows the manga from beginning to end.

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RR529 wrote:

undead_terror wrote:

Rocko52 wrote:

I will watch FMA B eventually, but I think I'd rather read the manga. I seriously love FMA though so I get annoyed when I see FMA B fanboys dissing it.

I never watched brotherhood but isn't it both the same thing?

The original FMA deviates from the manga half way through (since the manga wasn't complete during it's creation), so it's second half is completely different from the manga.

FMA:B follows the manga from beginning to end.

Thanks for letting me know, I guess one day I will get to watch it and expect something new.

Rocko52

I will admit, FMA's ending was a bit rushed.

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I just hate how the villains are defeated. If I ever get into writing fiction, that will go on top of my list on how and more importantly, who does NOT get to be the ones to defeat the villains.

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Rocko52

In FMA you mean? How so?

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Rocko52

Compare these two openings:

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The art style in Brotherhood is just kinda off, and the song isn't as good.
BTW, whoever posted the Brotherhood vid got it wrong, Melissa by Porno Graffitti was FMA's first Opening, not Brotherhood's.)

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Rocko52

While I might not like Brotherhood's style, it is apparent to me that the 6 years in between the shows, and the presumably larger budget contribute to a better animated show. Now that might sound like a contradiction, but it's not. While I do think it has good animation, I simply don't like the style. I recognize its craft and budget.

Ehhh...now that I think of it, it's style is growing on me, I might have been a bit blinded by my annoyance at FMA B fanboys when I said I dislike the art style...I will give the show more of a chance. But I still prefer FMA's 1st Opening.

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RR529

Toonami Saturday night!

Bleach - The true nature of "a special object" has been revealed! Ichigo now has to face "an opponent", who has the fastest Zanpakuto in existence!

Naruto - I never knew watching people complete a written test could be so riveting!

Soul Eater - Okay, I just realized that I'm actually starting to get invested in the story (the stylistic choices are starting to go right by me).

ThunderCats - Repeat.

IGPX - only paid attention when the old Toonami announcer was narrating, lol.

Eureka 7 - A lot of technical mumbo jumbo, and the evil military guy stirring up the masses.

Tenchi Muyo! GXP - It was the final episode. With anime polygamous marriage, and off screen (but very clearly voiced) "relations", this episode has single handedly surpassed the rest of the series in the sheer amount of WTF did I just watch.

Oh, and there was an all new One Piece promo! Complete with cliché pirate voice narrator...

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So it's taken four episodes, but I can finally say that I absolutely adore Aku no Hana! Everything in the fourth episode was just so wonderfully paced, I actually found myself cheering Kasuga on at one point. It's cool how his seiyuu speaks with a slightly higher pitch whenever he's talking to Saeki.

The new OP was... interesting... As a song it was horrendous, but at least it fits the show a bit better than the first one :/

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Rocko52

Eh, I really can't say I like Again, whereas Melissa is fantastic.

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