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Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shamballa Review

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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!

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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.

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Episode 29 ENGLISH DUB Review

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Episode 29, " Struggle of the Fool"

The Elric brothers discover 900 numbers.

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Synopsis: The Elrics brothers are brought to Fuhrer Bradley, who threatens to kill Winry if they refuse to cooperate. Edward calls Winry to check on her, and after the call, Greed appears and comments on their predictability. He leaves them a message for Ranfan that Ling wrote in Xingese. Roy updates Hawkeye and Armstrong. Alphonse delivers the message to Ranfan, who wants to get an automail arm. Edward fixes the damage done to the part of town he fought Scar in, and remembers he has to return Hawkeye's gun to her.

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Voice Actor Comparison: Fullmetal Alchemist - Roy Mustang

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Something a bit less controversial:

Original Video - More videos at TinyPic
My pick: NO PREFERENCE, AS THEY ARE ALL AWESOME
Reasoning: If one bases Travis Willingham's Roy soley on his performance in Brotherhood (he was okay in the first series, but not great), he surely lives up to either Toru Okawa or Shinichiro Miki in his performance as Roy Mustang. All three are able to keep Roy sounding serious and authoratative, but with a little bit of cockiness, too.
Breakdown: Okawa = Miki = Willingham (Brotherhood) > Willingham (First Series)

Now TRY not to fuck this up, okay, commentors?

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood - Episode 27 ENGLISH DUB Review

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Episode 27, Banquet at the Crevice"

"I'll give you a hand job for a quarter!"
 

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Synopsis: In a dream, Hohenheim talks to a younger Pinako about his sons, the country, and humans. Another version of him appears and reveals that "Pinako" is really him trying to defend the human race. In the end, he dreams of confirmation of his beliefs by Trisha and the people he knew in Resembool. Waking up, Hohenheim continues on his journey.

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How does one review the dub of something that is largely a clip episode? The only characters who aren't speaking merely in clips are Hohenheim, Father, a younger Pinako, and Trisha. So, I guess what I'll have to do is, well, just comment on their performances.

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