Review by Chris Beveridge
Mania Grade: B+
* Age Rating: 13 and Up
* Released By: FUNimation Entertainment, Ltd.
* Running time: 25
* Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 Widescreen
* Disc Resolution: 480i/p
Though there isnít all that much action here overall, what we do get is fun as thereís a decent prison scene and another with Mustang getting a chance to use his flame power. The bulk of the show is more emotional, as you have Ross trying to figure out why sheís being sacrificed or watching as Edward confronts Mustang over Hughes death and everything else that heís done. Thereís a raw anger in Edís eyes this time around that we havenít really seen before. And as intense as it is, it also distracts him from the obvious of whatís going on with Mustang. But it is useful and it provides the distraction and diversion, the authenticity, that Mustang needs in order to set his side of the game board. Seventeen episodes in and still going strong in all departments, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood continues to be very engaging and fun.
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