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  • Actors: Aaron Dismuke, Vic Mignogna
  • Directors: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Mike McFarland
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: October 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 600 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003VQO4W0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,114 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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An insidel look at Fullmetal Alchemist Episode 51 - “Laws and Promises” actor commentary Textless opening songs - Undo,nRewrite Textless closing songs - Motherland, I Will Square Enix commercial Trailers

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When the Elric brothers recklessly attempted to raise their mother from the dead, the horrors they unleashed marked the beginning of a long journey into the darkest corners of the cruelty of mankind. Now, destinies are converging for those who remain to fight for the light of salvation.

The hunt for the truth behind truths is growing more desperate, and ruined Ishbal waits at the end of a road choked with wreckage both human and soulless. Amid rumors of new war and resurrected horrors of the past, hidden masters rush their pawns down this path of betrayal and doubt. As these seekers of the Philosopher’s Stone grasp for answers, the most sacred tenet of Alchemy is questioned – The Law of Equivalent Exchange. But the harshest judgment is reserved for the belief on which the Elrics have built their lives – the faith in an unbreakable bond between brothers. Weary and broken, Edward and Alphonse must face the ultimate sacrifice. Will it be enough to make them whole?

Customer Reviews

Packaging was in a box with my other items and was very secured.
I wasn't disappointed, this was one of the best closes I have ever seen to any TV series.
It makes you care for them- feel sad or angry or even astonished.
Svjetlana Tatic

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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Lesley Aeschliman VINE VOICE on February 8, 2011
Format: DVD
Fullmetal Alchemist The Complete Second Season is a four-disc set that contains episodes twenty-six through fifty-one of the series. The first disc contains seven episodes, the second disc contains six episodes, the third disc contains six episodes, and the fourth disc contains six episodes, a commentary on episode fifty-one, and the extras. On the discs, you can watch with either English or Japanese audio, and you can choose whether or not to have the English subtitles.

The first extra included on the fourth disc is a thirty-one minute documentary titled, "The Transmutation of a Phenomenon." This documentary includes interviews with some of the actors for the English dub, and they talk about various aspects of the series and their characters.

The next feature is labeled as "Square Enix Commercial." It runs for two minutes, and is an ad for the Fullmetal Alchemist 2: Curse of the Crimson Elixir videogame. The third special feature on the disc is the textless openings and closings. This feature includes two of the openings and two of the closings for the series. Unlike the first box set, you don't get the English subtitles on the openings and closings if you're watching with Japanese audio. The final extra are trailers for Project Blue Earth SOS, One Piece, Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, Glass Fleet, Ragnarok, Tsubasa, and Case Closed.

When this DVD set was put together, FUNimation included the booklets from the seven individual discs that were released that included these episodes. The first booklet starts with episode twenty-five, which was released on the first Fullmetal Alchemist box set. Outside of that, everything else lines up.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. C. Bowman on November 16, 2009
Format: DVD
"Fullmetal Alchemist" follows the adventures of two brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, in a parallel world called Amestris, which closely resembles our own. There is one fundamental difference: in Amestris, the science of alchemy has superceded all of our sciences in importance. It's obvious why: alchemy combines all of them. If you understand the composition of matter, you can almost instantly take something--lead, say, or dirt--and create gold or flowers out of it. Matter is matter; matter of any kind can become matter of anything. There is one rule to this science, however: the law of equivalent exchange. To gain, something of equal value must be lost. The one exception to this rule is life: there is no matter of any kind that can be traded for life.

After the sudden death of their mother, Edward and Alphonse ignore this crucial rule, and try to bring her back. The attempt ends in disaster: Alphonse loses his human body, and Edward is maimed. The creature they made is nothing like their mother: it is a monster.

In order to restore Al's body, Edward has no alternative but to find the Philosopher's Stone, the only object on earth that can skirt the rule of equivalent exchange. However, the military is the only organization with real information on the Stone. So, in order to obtains what he needs, Edward must join the military--losing most of his freedom in the process. It's equivalent exchange all over again.

In the second season, the consequences grow more dire, the storylines deeper, more emotional, more moving, and more tragic.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on July 6, 2010
Format: DVD
OK, so FullMetal Alchemist. Have you heard of it? Well apparently it's this worldwide anime phenomenon that every anime lover has to have in their collection. I guess now's your chance with these season sets that FUNimation released in early 2009. Let's get started.

Packaging - 4/5
The packaging is pretty typical on this box set. It has that "modern" DVD Set feel to it, since it's packed with 4 thin-pack DVD's. The artwork on these DVD's are very nice, and were re-used from the original FUNimation single DVD's. The artwork overlaps to the back of the DVD where the episode list for the particular disc can be read. The artwork on the cover does this as well, but stops at the spine. These DVD's are packed with 7 FUNimation Guidebooks that were also re-used from the original half-season box sets. These guidebooks are chocked full of FullMetal goodness whether it's the blurbs written by the Japanese cast and crew, or character artwork, I can see fan-girls squealing over these. Especially with one more than the other box set.

DVD Audio/Video Quality - 5/5
Since these sets were probably produced mid-2008 the video quality is very nice. It's very clear on my parents' HD TV, even though these discs aren't meant to be in HD. The quality doesn't seem remastered, but then again the series was only made in 2003. The audio for both dubs are very good and I can hear every word they say. The music is clearly there and I do love the score for this anime. Subtitles are also included.

Special Features - 5/5
Now, the other box set I reviewed also had special features, but it was average stuff like trailers, commentaries, textless openings/endings, etc. But this one has more.
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Missing episode 26?
I have this same question......
Dec 21, 2010 by stacyTHEemo |  See all 4 posts
FMA full seasons on Blu-ray?
The earlier anime, perhaps not. I'm not 100%, but it may have been produced digitally in SD, meaning true HD versions may never exist. If it was animated on cels and filmed, they can scan at 1080p, but I think it's probably more likely it was all digital and only made to SD specifications (due to... Read More
Sep 17, 2009 by Afrobean |  See all 7 posts
What's the difference?
Side by side, I really can't tell the difference by looking at the boxes. I can't compare the DVD's directly, anymore, because a former roommate stole my original box set, and that is why I bought this one. So I can only go off of memory, but this seems to be the same thing.
Perhaps there are... Read More
Feb 13, 2011 by Arlough the Wonderfuzz |  See all 2 posts
Why is the release date still TBA?
It is available now, and has a release date of 17 Nov. I was annoyed with the weird date to begin with too.
Dec 3, 2009 by Amazon Customer |  See all 2 posts
Is this equal to the two-part releases of Season 2?
This is something I would also like to know but imagine the only way to find out is to get your hands on both sets
Aug 7, 2009 by Teancum |  See all 3 posts
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