Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood CAST

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Voice Directors: Mike McFarland, Caitlin Glass (Temporary)

US Premiere: Feb 13, 2010
US Conclusion: 2011
US Home Media: May 25, 2010
Japan Premiere: Apr 05, 2009
Japan Conclusion: 2010

Seasons: 1
Episodes: 64

Animation Studio: Bones

Popularity: 15th All Time, 3rd This Week

Franchise: Fullmetal Alchemist
Characters on BTVA: 130
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PersonaFan007
said at 8:53 AM on Wed Jan 17 2018
 1 Shout Out!
FMA:B is hands down the best dub Funimation has ever made. Now that the show's on Netflix and CR, thanks to AOA's recent acquisition of the show, hopefully they rerelease it on Blu-ray. I also hope AOA gets the rights to Guilty Crown.
HienFan
said at 8:21 AM on Mon Jan 15 2018
 3 Shout Outs!
Whew took a long time to finish this it's a looong trip alright(and I'm watching it dubbed yay.)

I've been wanting to watch this for years but somehow other shows took priority and I had huge hopes because I really like the PS2 titles(I'm aware the first game has an original story so I'll just count the second one)

So what do I think of it?

It's a great show I'm glad to finally go through this journey, the voice acting is great in either language(though I heard the Japanese ones in that movie) and it's got great character design. My favourite characters are Mustang, Riza and Ed, it's hard to get me to watch much modern shounen and be invested anymore.

However I did get slightly underwhelmed as well, maybe it's the hype in my mind or maybe it's my standard being set in stone by now, so far of the little I seen of 2003 I prefer the other series more, I think the first few episodes were too fast and started in media res I know it's because of the issue that the first anime covered those but once we get to that... half of the villains, I did not like them, I like the heroes(except for May) but the antagonists? Eh there's Lust who disappeared early and creepy creepy Shou... that's it really I didn't like any of the other villains.
MasterBlaster
said at 8:58 AM on Fri Jan 12 2018
 2 Shout Outs!
Never though I'd say this, but God bless Aniplex for putting this (and FMA '03) back on Netflix!

One of the few series that both my older brother and I love to death (and he's quite picky about his shows)!

I'm honestly tempted to marathon through it all over again!
Thijs
said at 10:51 PM on Tue May 10 2016
 6 Shout Outs!
I watched all of Brotherhood in 10 days and it was worth staying up in weekends just to watch a couple episodes! When I first watched it I thought I wouldn't like it because it was 64 episodes but now that I finished it I already miss everyone in it. The openings were phenomenal, that they sent chills down my spine when I listened to them! I was excited to see Todd voice Ling which was one of the reasons I watched it since I really enjoy his voice acting! This is one of my top 5 animes in my list and nothing can replace this masterpiece!
LING YAO FOR THE WIN!!!
BlueScarabGuy
said at 8:42 PM on Mon Feb 8 2016
 7 Shout Outs!
FUNimation's best dub, hands down. And that's saying a lot, 90% of their dubs are great, including the dub of the 2003 FMA series, which one could argue is their second best dub. I'd also put DBZ Kai and Hellsing Ultimate near the top. But this, this is the pinnacle of anime voice acting, yet to be surpassed.
FUNiman
said at 8:10 PM on Tue Feb 9 2016
@BlueScarabGuy Amen. Shame FUNimation won't renew the license for Brotherhood (probably cuz way too expensive but a shame still). If you want this show on DVD/Bluray you better buy it before Aniplex jacks up the price!
whyofbladez
said at 3:49 PM on Thu Mar 24 2016
@FUNiman It's not that FUNimation won't; it's that Aniplex won't let them... Because they want to sell it at the price you could get an ingrown toenail removed...
huzaifa_ahmed
said at 12:27 AM on Wed Mar 30 2016
@BlueScarabGuy IMO this dub is *pretty* good, but I do think that most people who don't go out of their way to research dubs & instead watch airing stuff, either pirated or on CrunchyRoll...tend to overlook dubs that AREN'T this show (& Bebop & a few others)

Basically, I'm saying that, as great as this dub is...it's pretty overrated, especially with outstanding dubs like Tiger & Bunny, Naruto, Tekkonkinkreet, Karas, Golgo 13: Queen Bee, & quite a few others of IMO superior quality, being VASTLY ignored.
Diorgenson4321
said at 3:35 PM on Mon Aug 7 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed You're absolutely right. As an avid dub watcher, it's quite a shame that so many GREAT dubs are overlooked just because their not Full Metal Alchemist.
8000 Saiyans
said at 5:23 PM on Thu Dec 7 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed Naruto's dub is okay IMO.
Joel the Pokekid
said at 9:44 PM on Wed Dec 23 2015
The theme song is opening 4? Good, but I would've said 2.
DravenRoth994
said at 4:08 PM on Sat Apr 26 2014
 2 Shout Outs!
While I haven't watched that much of this version yet (As of this post, 7 episodes in), I still enjoy it. One thing that's really bugging me so far with the early episodes is the pacing. I can understand their reasons for doing this, but certain things aren't given as much focus as they did in the 2003 one. For example, when do they learn of the key ingredient to making the philosopher's stone in the 2003 anime? Episode 19. When they learn of it in this version? EPISODE 7!!!!!! Then again, that's probably how it played out in the original manga. I have yet to read it, but I'm still looking forward to more (I admit, I'm a bit more partial to the 2003 one at the moment). However, one problem I learned is that Netflix stopped streaming it at episode 52. So unless they fix it, I'm going to have to look elsewhere to finish it.
Kalekai
said at 8:27 PM on Sun Mar 30 2014
 6 Shout Outs!
This is one of those animes that I actually like the dub more than the sub :D
Heartfilia Mage 721
said at 8:18 PM on Tue Aug 20 2013
 6 Shout Outs!
I wonder why almost all the Japanese cast didn't reprise their roles.
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