The North American anime distributor Funimation has confirmed at the Ohayocon event on Saturday that it has acquired the Fullmetal Alchemist: Premium Collection original video animation (OVA) set. Funimation will release the set on a single DVD in late 2009. According to Funimation’s Adam Sheehan, the DVD will include “everything that was on the Japanese DVD release — uncut, subbed, and dubbed.”
The Premium Collection’s Japanese release features the “Seven Homunculi VS State Alchemists” short and three DVD shorts that shipped after the 2005 Fullmetal Alchemist movie: “Live Action,” “Chibi Party,” and “Kids.” These shorts were the last animated footage created for the Fullmetal Alchemist “dark fantasy” franchise — at least, until this coming April, when the new television adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa’s original manga premieres. Extras include a picture gallery, bonus clips from the Universal Studios Japan amusement park’s Fullmetal Alchemist Premiere Tour, and closing credits that feature a dancing Alphonse Elric character…….Read More
Source: Anime News Network
I think this I pretty cool although these OVA seem kind of short. Anyways, I would probably buy this collection anyways just to have it because I just that way XD. I actually have not see these Fullmetal OVAs yet and may have to check them out. Anyways I thought this was something I would share with anyone read this blog.
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First posted this post on my first blog here: https://ru-kunsanimediscussions.blogspot.com/2009/02/fullmetal-alchemist-ova-collection-set.html
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