Although the scenario of the Brotherhood is fantastic, there are plenty of items related to everyday life and can not attend but love the characters. It's not like the anime sequence in the first place, the Brotherhood continues the story by Hiromu Arakawa all the way up the kanji accurate. The movement sequences are well planned and this model is not afraid of gore. Emotions are shown in each of the faces of the characters are a true testament to the ability of Ms. Arakawa and entertainers of the sequence.
While as a collection that is the fulfillment of view, probably not function as a remake. The only sequence gives a better version of the story of the brothers once more compelling. While director of the original Fullmetal Alchemist, Seiji Mizushima, had to give a totally different explanation of the manga, Hiromu Arakawa and his story was not finished at the time of launch of the main library and the Brotherhood suffer any mishap such. Yasuhiro Irie, director of the Brotherhood, gives a fuller description for higher flows, which has already been provided. Manga fans will love the new Fullmetal Alchemist.
That said there are variations among the only Fullmetal Alchemist and the Brotherhood. The first series begins with a much darker tone, which shows in detail the sin of the brothers dedicated to justify heavy penalty finally paid. The soundtrack of the series is phenomenal, perfectly accentuating the humor and drama of the brothers to leave their hometown significantly Michiru Oshima Bratya music. While the soundtrack of the Brotherhood does not add anything to the story and sometimes nonexistent.
In addition, the new version only summarizes the early times, and quick flashes showing clips of the time they occurred. The new collection will offer up new indications, however, as to the actual writing, not much is shown. Brotherhood may be clearer in the mood and tone. Despite showing the wide range of emotions Hiromu Arakawa is able to leverage and illustrate, at times, this tends to make the collection a bit choppy. A scene can be completely silly and melodramatic and the next dark and gloomy. This often leaves the viewer not knowing how it feels.