Ed and Al’s Brotherly Bond Is What Makes Fullmetal Alchemist Such a Memorable Series

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Fullmetal Alchemist is Hiromu Arakawa’s most famous series, and it has served as many new anime fans’ introduction to the medium.


As expected, there are many who tout Fullmetal Alchemist as one of the best anime of all time, and for a good reason. Here’s why Ed and Al’s close bond makes the series memorable for so many fans.

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