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Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Episode 24 ENGLISH DUB Review

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Episode 24, "Inside the Belly"

"STELLA!"

*****SPOILERS*****

Synopsis: Gluttony goes on a rampage, trying to devour Roy into his eye Gate. Roy manages to escape with Riza in a car, taking Ran Fan with her, while Ed, Al, and Ling stay behind to fight. Envy arrives to retrieve Gluttony, but a new fight begins, and Gluttony accidently swallows Ed, Ling, and Envy. Roy attempts to enlist the help of General Raven at Central HQ, but it's revealed that he and a number of high military officers are in on the homunculi's plans, and the Fuhrer appears before him.

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For some reason, when I watched this episode the first time with the dub, on Adult Swim, I absolutely loathed the job done on it. But when I rewatched it, it sounded a lot better for some reason. I may have to make a habit of that.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Episode 21 ENGLISH DUB Review

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Episode 21, "The Fool's Progress"

ROW ROW, FIGHT THE DAIPERS!

 *****SPOILERS*****

Synopsis: Edward and Alphonse visit Roy in the hospital and exchange information. Havoc reveals to Roy that his legs are paralyzed from his injury from Lust. Roy sends Breda to find Doctor Marcoh, but he's gone. Edward is warned that Scar is in town and makes a plan with the Xingese to capture a homunculi by luring out Scar. Making himself known around town, Ed attracts Scar's attention. The homunculi, Wrath and Gluttony, come to get Scar, but they're confronted by the Xingese.

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Ahahaha, oh wow, is Wendy Powell's Envy terrible. It's just... wow. My god. Funimation, really? Really? That's all I have to say about this.

Some Thoughts On: Dragon Ball Kai (English Dub) Episodes 14-26

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As the Nicktoons digital cable channel continues airing Dragon Ball (Z) Kai, I continue watching. It certainly doesn't hurt that several episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender come on after. (I've become a huge fan of that show... Toph is my favorite character!) Now, as last time, I have to put into consideration the edits made for TV broadcast, and I do. Other than the most obvious edits and rewrites for TV broadcast, the script remains mostly accurate, and is still scores better than the dub script for Dragon Ball Z. But, also important, the voice acting is better in places, too.

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