Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood| First Impression| “Trying for a third time.”

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. I hope everyone is having a great, safe, and healthy week. I made a mistake in posting this after I posted the Ep. 1-30 review. I apologize for that. So, let’s begin.

Now I know what most of the readers first have in mind after seeing this post. “How could this guy not see FMAB yet?!” and the answer is: I’ve been trying. I tried watching this anime about 2 years ago and again last year and both times I couldn’t get past episode 20. This was during a period when I was acting up againsgt anime that related to magi in any way. And so, now there’s not time better than quaratine time to get back and finish this anime once and for all.

While I have seen about 20 episodes of the anime before I can assure the readers that this is still my “first” impression because I honestly don’t remember anything that happens after episode 2 (as I’ve watched till now). Firstly, the anime’s animation is great and way ahead of its’ time. The plot is absolutely great and the way the story is progressing you just know that the creators don’t shy away from giving us some pretty gory, sadistic, and horror-filled scenes.

I’ll keep thsi review pretty brief because I just know from the fan-base how amazing this anime gets over time. From the very beginning itself we get to see some great alchemy powers and we get to sympathize a lot with the main characters. Although the main villian hasn’t been introduced yet we see that since the anime is 60+ episodes, the creators take their time to explain everything and you just know that there will be a very well explained plot line as well.

So, I can’t wait to see how the episodes progress and how my reviews vary with every 25 episodes. Intrigued to see more.

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