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FUnimation has announced that their rights to 2009 TV anime Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and 2005 anime movie Conqueror of Shamballa expire on March 31st, 2016. After this, the anime distributor will stop streaming the anime and reprinting home video collections.    FUNimation explains Fullmetal Alchemist is, of course, one of THE most legendary anime of all time—and for good reason. Combining alchemical action, great humor, and a moving, truly universal story of loss, redemption and what it means to be human, the adventures of the Elric brothers have resonated with fans all over the world for over a decade. We laughed with them, we cried with them, but alas, all good things must come to an end.   We’ve received an outpouring of fan feedback asking for Funimation to let you know when titles are expiring from our home video and streaming catalog, so we are announcing today that Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and Fullmetal Alchemist The Movie – Conqueror of Shamballa will be expiring soon. Funimation licenses these rights for a limited time, after which they revert to the original Japanese license holder. After these dates, these titles will be removed from our streaming service on Funimation.com, and we will not be reprinting any more home video products. -posted by kalyanmadoori
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😢....wh.....what does this mean.....no more Edward. ....?
2 years ago·Reply
maybe someone else will republish?
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2 years ago·Reply
damn it I was planning on rewatching that again too. :(
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