Tag Archive: Fullmetal Alchemist

Funimation Sale (again!) for up to 57% off Blu-Ray and Blu-Ray/DVD Combos!

Princess Jellyfish available at Amazon.com!

My god, we actually have titles other than DBZ Kai, Eden of the East and FMA available!

Funimation Sale – Up to 64% off on Afro Samurai, Dragon Ball Z/GT/Kai and Full Metal Alchemist

Trigun Complete Series

As well as Samurai Champloo, Trigun the series and Trigun: Badlands Rumble!

Weekly Amazon Anime Review – Week of 05/06/2012

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Well, another two days later then I expected to post these things. I should really start marking my calendar… Anyway, another week goes by, and the list changes ever so slightly. Anime of note include: Hayate the Combat Butler: Part 1 – While Hayate the Combat Butler is full of anime in-jokes, the substance of…

Save on Claymore, Fullmetal Alchemist, Samurai 7 and many Live Action titles during the Funimation Sale on Amazon.com!

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Also includes titles like Hetalia Season 1 and 2, Eden of the East, Trigun and Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl! Sale ends on March 12th!

Excel Saga Complete Series or Full Metal Alchemist Season 2 (Original Series) for $15

Excel Saga Complete Collection for $15 at the Funimation Shop

The Funimation Shop is running a special until Monday morning where you can get the complete DVD sets of Excel Saga or Full Metal Alchemist Season 2 (of the original anime release) for $15 each! Some people probably don’t know of Excel Saga, since that one was a classic from back in the day, but…

Fullmetal Alchemist: Season 1 for $19.96

Slow week for awesome deals apparently, but here’s a nice one for the fans of the original Fullmetal Alchemist release. You can score season 1 for $19.96 at WalMart. As of this writing, it’s currently in stock on the website, and you might be lucky and find it in your local store.

Amazon.com – Fullmetal Alchemist: Conquerors of Shamballa Blu-Ray – $10.99!

For those of us that have watched the original release of the Full Metal Alchemist anime (as in, not “Brotherhood”), Conquerors of Shamballa was the capstone for the entire series, explaining everything and closing out the story (at least, till “Brotherhood” came out). You now have the opportunity to grab the original movie, in Blu-Ray…