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After a horrific alchemy experiment goes wrong in the Elric household, brothers Edward and Alphonse are left in a catastrophic new reality. Ignoring the alchemical principle banning human transmutation, the boys attempted to bring their recently deceased mother back to life. Instead, they suffered brutal personal loss: Alphonse's body disintegrated while Edward lost a leg and then sacrificed an arm to keep Alphonse's soul in the physical realm by binding it to a hulking suit of armor. The brothers are rescued by their neighbor Pinako Rockbell and her granddaughter Winry. Known as a bio-mechanical engineering prodigy, Winry creates prosthetic limbs for Edward by utilizing "automail," a tough, versatile metal used in robots and combat armor. After years of training, the Elric brothers set off on a quest to restore their bodies by locating the Philosopher's Stone—a powerful gem that allows an alchemist to defy the traditional laws of Equivalent Exchange. As Edward becomes an infamous alchemist and gains the nickname "Fullmetal," the boys' journey embroils them in a growing conspiracy that threatens the fate of the world. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Theme:
Military

Demographic:
Shounen

Licensors:
Aniplex of America,Funimation

TV - Apr 5, 2009, 17:00 (JST)
2,649,743 9.16
Short specials from the DVDs/BDs.

Themes:
MilitaryParody

Licensor:
Funimation

Special - Aug 26, 2009
54,193 7.49
Shingeki no Kyojin Picture Drama is a series of Flash animated gag shorts included with the Blu-ray Disc/DVD releases, featuring the characters in chibi form. Consisting of nine episodes, this series takes a light hearted and comedic take on the the SNK series with many memorable scenes and dialogues from the original series presented in humorous way. Each episodes depicts 2-3 days in the training of the 104th Trainee Corps as they train to become the hope for mankind in the war against the Titans.

Theme:
Parody

Licensor:
Funimation

Special - Jul 17, 2013
48,569 6.63
Animated four-panel manga that comes as extra on the DVDs and Blu-rays.

Licensor:
Funimation

Special - Jan 25, 2012
23,967 6.97
To mark the July 2 opening of the Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of Milos film, the Pia Eiga Seikatsu website posted an exclusive video "interview" with the stars of the film, Edward and Alphonse Elric (as voiced by Romi Park and Rie Kugimiya, respectively). In keeping with the spirit of Hiromu Arakawa's original manga and the two television anime, the interviewer has trouble early on in figuring out who the "Fullmetal Alchemist" is. (The interview has cameos by the other stars of the anime.) Also includes 3 "Study" sessions with "Professor" Mustang, teaching Winry and Hawkeye about Creta and Milos.
ONA - Jun 10, 2011
21,176 6.91
"Wake Up, Girl Zoo!" is a small zoo located in the outskirts of Sendai. On the verge of closure, its director Tange and breeding staff Matsuda must set out to find a new animal unit for the zoo. How will they revive the zoo with the seven newly gathered animals? (Source: Official website)
ONA - Oct 22, 2014
5,535 6.13
Specials aired on Nico Nico Douga and YouTube, later released on BDs/DVDs.

Theme:
School

ONA - Aug 7, 2011
3,592 6.23
”Wereman" Shushu's life is turned upside down when her father tells her that despite what she was told her entire life, she is in fact a female, and cannot become a wereman. To be certified as a wereman so she can become a public servant and let her father retire, she enrolls in Monster Academy. There, she meets Juzu, the son of the monster king who founded the school. Although he is feared by everyone due to his status, when her secret is exposed to the monster prince, she finds out that Juzu is in fact stupid, but is kind and just wanted a friend. With all the eyes of the students on Shushu and Juzu, the inconspicuous life Shushu so direly desired goes down the drain. Note: The third episode will begin streaming on December 4, 2014 to celebrate the release of the manga's first compiled book volume, which will ship in Japan the same day. (Source: ANN)

Theme:
School

Demographic:
Shounen

ONA - Apr 25, 2014
2,312 6.43
Music video from DECO*27. "Miku Hatsune and Future Stars Project mirai" (SEGA) Main Theme Song

Theme:
Music

Music - Jan 12, 2012
1,817 6.17
Music video for the song "3-Nen C-Gumi 14-Ban Kubozono Chiyoko no Nyuukaku" by siinamota (Shina Mota) from the CD album 'Kokegane no Uta.' Directed by Kenshiro Morii at Studio Moriken.

Themes:
MusicSchool

Music - Mar 3, 2013
1,031 5.37
Music video for the song "Strobe Light" by siinamota.

Theme:
Music

Music - Sep 3, 2011
967 6.12
Music video for the song "E no Umakatta Tomodachi" by pinocchioP. Collaboration with Pentel Inc.

Theme:
Music

Music - Apr 9, 2014
900 5.57
Music video for the song "Oosouji" by DECO*27.

Theme:
Music

Music - Dec 27, 2013
857 5.41
Music video for the song "Rakugaki Picasso" by 40mP. Collaboration with Pentel Inc.

Theme:
Music

Music - Apr 16, 2014
823 5.59
An animated music video for the song "Sora wa Koko ni Aru" by Ai Kawashima. The video was released on a limited edition DVD sold with her 22nd single.

Theme:
Music

Music - Jan 17, 2014
324 5.46
Flash anime bundled with the October 2008 issue of Manga Club Original.

Demographic:
Seinen

OVA - Aug 19, 2008
170 N/A