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Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa Review

Movie, "Conqueror of Shamballa" Review Two of these things aren't like the others. Two of these things just don't belong.RAWK THE DRAGON!*****SPOILERS*****

Synopsis: After the events of the first TV series, Edward Elric finds himself still trapped in our Earth, having all but given up hope of returning home and reuniting with his brother. However, the Thule Society, looking for the mythical paradise of Shamballa, plan to open the Gate with the help of Envy and a gypsy girl named Noah who Ed has befriended. Edward has to stop them from taking over both worlds. "Yeah, those armors should do it.</body></html>

Summer Wars AMV: The Legend of King Kazma

My new AMV, hope you like.

Summer Wars AMV: The Legend of King Kazma from Falldog on Vimeo.

In honor of Funimations' upcoming release of Summer Wars I've decided to produce an AMV staring OZ hero, King Kazma.

I kept the story similar to what happened in the movie. There's a lot going on in the movie and didn't want to leave anything out so the whole piece ran rather long. I didn't know how to wrap things up, but I gave it my best shot. It'll probably just confuse people in the end.

The song is called Time For Countdown by The Rubies (from The Emeralds) -> http://www.myspace.com/TRFTE

Will be posted to YouTube at some point as well.

Angel Hunt... Now on YouTube!

My first real AMV, Angel Hunt, is now on YouTube. I realize a lot of people don't have Vimeo accounts and YouTube is more accessible (I guess) so I finally threw it up there as well. At least until someone sends 'em a bullshit DMCA take down notice because they don't know crap about fair use. Anyhow, enjoy... again...

UPDATE! - Surprise, surprise, it's been removed because of a copyright claim from 株式会社カラー. What a bunch of cunts. It's clearly protected under Fair Use, as are the other 5000 other Eva AMVs currently on YouTube. A counter notice has been submitted. This is why I'm reluctant to submit to YouTube, no common sense. In the meantime it's still available for viewing via Vimeo.

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