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Fullmetal Alchemist ist ein Manga der japanischen Zeichnerin Hiromu Arakawa aus den Jahren bis Fullmetal Alchemist (jap. 鋼の錬金術師 Hagane no Renkinjutsushi) ist ein Manga der japanischen Zeichnerin Hiromu Arakawa aus den Jahren bis In diesem Wikia wollen wir alles über die Anime- und Mangaserie Fullmetal Alchemist sammeln, das zu einer der empfehlenswertesten Serien gehört. Die Serie Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ist eine detailierter beschriebene Neuauflage der Geschichte um die Gebrüder Elric. Diese orientiert sich an dem. Den Alchemisten-Brüder Ed und Al misslingt die Durchführung einer streng verbotenen Transmutation und Edward verliert ein Bein. Seinen Bruder trifft es noch. Entdecken Sie Fullmetal Alchemist - Vol. 01 und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. In insgesamt neun Bänden legen wir die Hitserie Fullmetal Alchemist neu auf. Im Großformat, neu bearbeitet, in edler Ausstattung und mit allen Farbseiten, die.
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Fullmetal Alchemist: Conqueror of Shambala. Sho Aikawa. Seiji Takeda. Dwaj alchemicy jap. Cierpienia alchemika jap.
Po deszczu jap. Droga nadziei jap. Dwaj ochroniarze jap. Gunbu no matsuri jap. Jedynaczka jap. Stalowe serce jap. Gun no inu? Cena dobroci jap. Strach przed mistrzem!
Tylko nasza tajemnica jap. Stalowy Alchemik jap. Uczniowie i Mistrz jap. Przed oblicze Pana jap. Bestie z Dublith jap. Prawda ukryta w zbroi jap.
Starcie w Rush Valley jap. Hagane no Renkinjutsushi: Tobenai tenshi jap. Zamieszanie w Centrali jap. Ojciec nad grobem jap. Bezimienny nagrobek jap.
Dziewczyna na polu walki jap. W brzuchu jap. Drogowskaz duszy jap. Blizny Ishvaru jap. Short Story. Alchemists have the ability, with the help of patterns called Transmutation Circles, to create almost anything they desire.
However, when they do so, they must provide something of equal value in accordance with the Law of Equivalent Exchange.
The only things Alchemists are forbidden from transmuting are humans and gold. There has never been a successful human transmutation; those who attempt it lose a part of their body and the result is a horrific inhuman mass.
All living things possess their own Gate of Truth, and per the Gaea hypothesis heavenly bodies like planets also have their own Gates of Truth.
It is possible to bypass the Law of Equivalent Exchange to an extent using a Philosopher's Stone , a red, enigmatic substance.
Philosopher's Stones can be used to create Homunculi , artificial humans of proud nature. Homunculi have numerous superhuman abilities unique among each other and look down upon all humanity.
With the exception of one, they do not age and can only be killed via the destruction of their Philosopher's Stones.
There are several cities throughout Amestris. Outside of Amestris, there are few named countries, and none are seen in the main story.
The main foreign country is Xing. Heavily reminiscent of China , Xing has a complex system of clans and emperors, as opposed to Amestris's government-controlled election of a Führer.
Edward and Alphonse Elric live in Resembool with their mother Trisha and father Van Hohenheim , the latter having left without a reason. Trisha soon dies from an illness.
After finishing their alchemy training under Izumi Curtis , the Elrics attempt to bring their mother back with alchemy.
The transmutation backfires, and Edward loses his left leg while Alphonse loses his body. Edward sacrifices his right arm to retrieve Alphonse's soul, binding it to a suit of armor.
Edward is invited by Roy Mustang to become a State Alchemist, to research a way to restore their bodies, and undergoes a painful medical procedure, which grants him prosthetic automail limbs.
Edward becomes a State Alchemist, with the title of Fullmetal Alchemist. The Elrics spend the next three years searching for the mythical Philosopher's Stone to achieve their goals.
The Elrics are eventually attacked by an Ishbalan serial killer known as Scar , who targets State Alchemists in revenge for his people's genocide in the Ishbalan civil war.
Returning to Resembool to have Edward's limbs repaired by their childhood friend and mechanic, Winry Rockbell , the Elrics meet Dr.
Marcoh , who provides them with clues to learn that a Philosopher's Stone is created from human souls. They investigate a laboratory in which the Stones were created, but are hindered by the Homunculi.
The Elrics decide to visit Izumi, hoping to improve their alchemy. Mustang's friend Maes Hughes continues the Elrics' research, but is killed by the homunculus Envy.
The Elrics learn from Izumi that she attempted to use alchemy to revive her stillborn child. Alphonse is captured by the homunculus Greed , but is rescued by Amestris' leader King Bradley.
Bradley is revealed to be the homunculus Wrath, and brings the captured Greed to the Homunculi's creator, Father. When Greed refuses to rejoin his fellow Homunculi, he is reabsorbed by Father.
After meeting the Xingese prince Lin Yao , who seeks a Philosopher's Stone to cement his position as heir to his country's throne, the Elrics return to Central City, where they learn of Hughes's murder.
Lieutenant Maria Ross is framed for Hughes' murder, so Mustang fakes Ross's death and smuggles her out of the country. In encounters with the Homunculi, Mustang kills Lust.
Lin captures Gluttony , who swallows Lin, Edward, and Envy into his void-like stomach. They escape from Gluttony's stomach after he takes Alphonse to meet Father, who makes Lin the vessel of Greed.
Mustang tries to expose Bradley to the government, but finds that the higher officials are complicit in Father's plans.
The Elrics and Mustang are released, but warned not to oppose Father, who seeks to use them as "human sacrifices". They confront the homunculus Sloth and learn that Father founded Amestris to amass enough population to create a massive Philosopher's Stone.
Hohenheim reveals that he was made an immortal when Father arranged the fall of Cselkcess four centuries ago, and had been working since then to stop Father.
The protagonists battle Father's minions, with Kimblee and almost all of the Homunculi dying. However, Father manages to activate the nationwide transmutation circle, and absorbs the superior being.
Hohenheim and Scar activate countermeasures, draining much of Father's absorbed souls, rendering him unstable.
The protagonists face Father in a final battle, in which Greed is killed by Father. Alphonse, his armor almost destroyed, sacrifices his soul to restore Edward's right arm.
Edward defeats Father, who is dragged into the Gate of Truth, from which he was created. Edward sacrifices his ability to perform alchemy to fully restore Alphonse, while Lin receives a Philosopher's Stone.
Hohenheim goes to visit Trisha's grave, where he dies peacefully. The Elrics return home, but separate two years later to research alchemy further.
Years later, Edward and Winry have married and have two children. After reading about the concept of the Philosopher's Stone, Arakawa became attracted to the idea of her characters using alchemy in the manga.
She started reading books about alchemy, which she found complicated because some books contradict others.
Arakawa was attracted more by the philosophical aspects than the practical ones. Arakawa wanted to integrate social problems into the story.
Her research involved watching television news programs and talking to refugees, war veterans and former yakuza.
Several plot elements, such as Pinako Rockbell caring for the Elric brothers after their mother dies, and the brothers helping people to understand the meaning of family, expand on these themes.
When creating the fictional world of Fullmetal Alchemist , Arakawa was inspired after reading about the Industrial Revolution in Europe; she was amazed by differences in the culture, architecture, and clothes of the era and those of her own culture.
She was especially interested in England during this period and incorporated these ideas into the manga.
When the manga began serialization, Arakawa was considering several major plot points, including the ending. She wanted the Elric brothers to recover their bodies—at least partly.
She found that the easiest of the series's characters to draw were Alex Louis Armstrong , and the little animals. Arakawa likes dogs so she included several of them in the story.
When around forty manga chapters had been published, Arakawa said that as the series was nearing its end and she would try to increase the pace of the narrative.
To avoid making some chapters less entertaining than others, unnecessary details from each of them were removed and a climax was developed. Some characters' appearances were limited in some chapters.
Serialization finished after nine years, and Arakawa was satisfied with her work because she had told everything she wanted with the manga.
During the development of the first anime, Arakawa allowed the anime staff to work independently from her, and requested a different ending from that of the manga.
She said that she would not like to repeat the same ending in both media, and wanted to make the manga longer so she could develop the characters.
When watching the ending of the anime, she was amazed about how different the homunculi creatures were from the manga and enjoyed how the staff speculated about the origins of the villains.
The series explores social problems, including discrimination, scientific advancement, political greed, brotherhood, family, and war.
The characters' dedication to their occupations reference the need to work for food. This is applied by alchemists when creating new materials and is also a philosophical belief the Elric brothers follow.
The series has a steampunk setting. Its first installment was published in the magazine's August issue on July 12, The first volume was released on January 22, , and the last on November 22, In North America, Viz Media licensed the series for an English language release in North America and published the twenty-seven volumes between May 3, , and December 20, Fullmetal Alchemist was adapted into two anime series for television: an adaption with a partially anime original story titled Fullmetal Alchemist in —, and a retelling that more faithfully adapts the original manga in — titled Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.
A live-action film based on the manga was released on November 19, Fumihiko Sori directed the film. Smith and illustrations—including covers and frontispieces —by Arakawa.
The first novel, Fullmetal Alchemist: The Land of Sand , was animated as the episodes eleven and twelve of the first anime series.
There have been two series of Fullmetal Alchemist audio dramas. The first volume of the first series, Fullmetal Alchemist Vol. The Tringham brothers reprised their anime roles.
Video games based on Fullmetal Alchemist have been released. The storylines of the games often diverge from those of the anime and manga, and feature original characters.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Daughter of the Dusk , was released on December 10, , for the same console. Funimation licensed the franchise to create a new series of Fullmetal Alchemist -related video games to be published by Destineer Publishing Corporation in the United States.
Arakawa oversaw the story and designed the characters for the RPG games, while Bones—the studio responsible for the anime series—produced several animation sequences.
The developers looked at other titles—specifically Square Enix's action role-playing game Kingdom Hearts and other games based on manga series, such as Dragon Ball , Naruto or One Piece games—for inspiration.
The biggest challenge was to make a "full-fledged" game rather than a simple character-based one. The Fullmetal Alchemist has received several artbooks.
The manga also has three guidebooks; each of them contains timelines, guides to the Elric brothers' journey, and gaiden chapters that were never released in manga volumes.
Action figures, busts, and statues from the Fullmetal Alchemist anime and manga have been produced by toy companies, including Medicom and Southern Island.
Medicom has created high end deluxe vinyl figures of the characters from the anime. Southern Island has since gone bankrupt, putting the statuette's release in doubt.
The card game was withdrawn on July 11, Along with Yakitate!! In a survey from Oricon in , Fullmetal Alchemist ranked ninth as the manga that fans wanted to be turned into a live-action film.
During , volumes 19 and 20 sold over a million copies, ranking as the 10th and 11th best seller comics in Japan respectively. Prior to the second anime's premiere, each volume sold about 1.
Fullmetal Alchemist has generally been well received by critics. Though the first volumes were thought to be formulaic, critics said that the series grows in complexity as it progresses.
Jason Thompson called Arakawa one of the best at creating action scenes and praised the series for having great female characters despite being a boys' manga.
He also noted how the story gets dark by including real-world issues such as government corruption, war and genocide.
Thompson finished by stating that Fullmetal Alchemist "will be remembered as one of the classic shonen manga series of the s. Like other reviewers, Pine praised the dark mood of the series and the way it balances the humor and action scenes.
She also praised the development of the homunculi, such as the return of Greed , as well as their fights. The first Fullmetal Alchemist novel, The Land of the Sand , was well received by Jarred Pine of Mania Entertainment as a self-contained novelization that remained true to the characterizations of the manga series.
He said that while the lack of backstory aims it more towards fans of the franchise than new readers, it was an impressive debut piece for the Viz Fiction line.
The reviewer said it was a "work for young-ish readers that's pretty clear about some darker sides of politics, economics and human nature".
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Japanese manga and anime series. Cover of the first manga volume featuring the protagonists Edward right and Alphonse Elric left. Adventure   Dark fantasy   Steampunk  .
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