Edward Elric disobeyed the laws of conservation by committing a taboo in alchemy, and for that his body and soul are no longer a part of his world. The parallel world where Ed now exists is a place where science replaces alchemy. After two years of studying, Ed plans to find a way to use science and once again defy destiny to reunite with his brother Alphonse. Meanwhile, Al is left without memory of his journey with Ed, but is determined to once again master alchemy and retrieve his brother from The Gate. But are these goals even obtainable without leaving a path of destruction and chaos in their wake?
As London prepares for the first World Expo, the young Ray Steam receives a package containing the Steam Ball, a small and incredibly powerful engine containing hyper-pressurized steam. Developed by Ray’s father and grandfather in America under the supervision of (and funded by) the O’Hara Foundation, the Steam Ball could prove to be an asset to civilization or a great danger. But after Ray finds out that the Steam Ball must not fall into the O’Hara Foundation’s hands, he sets forth on a mission to keep the item safe and away from those who would use it to fuel a brutal war...
Somehow the same century and technologies' development really connects these two movies; although Steamboy isn't a sequel and everything that seems magic is only unreal technologies in the early 20th century. The main characters also do look and act alike - Ray and Alphonse are both young, nice, naive and brave. When you see both of these films you'll understand what's so alike about them.
If your the type of person who enjoys watching anime set in Victorian/Early 21st Century, then both Conqueror and Steamboy deliver on this aspect. Also both of these anime have non-realistic settings to them, with FMA, this comes in the form of Alchemy while Steamboy relies heavily on steam and the contraptions that come about from it. Either way, both are entertaining storylines and well worth watching.
Two series which focus on worlds where, rather than the world running on fancy stuff like alchemy or electricity, we used steam for everything.
This including fighting the nazi's. Though the main focus is a boy and his father using steam powered X to fight the evil steam powered Y.
Back in the real world, Ichigo and the gang have returned to eliminating normal hollows, but new dangers await them. After being attacked by strange white spirits known as "blanks", Ichigo and friends are saved by the female shinigami Senna – but she's no ordinary shinigami. For Senna cannot remember her squad number, yet retains memories of the past; and she is sought after by Ganryu, the leader of a group known as "Dark Ones", who was exiled from Soul Society. Ganryu is trying to attain an item known as the "Memory Rosary" in order to take his revenge on those who struck him down, and he needs Senna to do it. Who is Senna, and how does she fit into Ganryu’s nefarious plans?
Both series are really touching stroies. The plot of thoser to shows have many common points but the main will surely be this that the ending would make a girl cry. If you like sensitive stories which alco contains a lot of action, you'd surely like that from my reccomendation.
While on the hunt for an underage hacker, Faye is the sole witness to identifying a man who causes a tanker explosion that leaves people up to three miles away in comas. The bounty that ensues is the largest the galaxy has EVER seen, 300,000,000 wulongs. It's up to Spike and the gang to solve the mystery of this strange disease, and to stop the assailant at large, for failure would result in all life on Mars being eliminated on Halloween night.
The best thing about both of these movies is that they take you on a wonderful action packed last adventure with the characters from both FMA and Cowboy Bebop that you've come to know in the series. They have a series plot, but there are still many chuckles to be had, along with that final moment that brings out a tear or two. Truly, both of these movies are classics to be watched over and over again!
Hitomi wanted to just disappear from her life. The track club -- her best friend -- her parents -- she wanted it all to just...go away. While contemplating suicide, her wish is fulfilled by an unlikely savior: a man named Folken who brings her to his world, Gaea, to unlock the powers of the legendary Dragon, Escaflowne. But there are those who would stop at nothing to foil his plans, and chief among them is Van, the last warrior of a noble clan. Caught up in this epic struggle, Hitomi must find herself before she can find a way home.
End of Evangelion is an alternate ending to the Evangelion TV series (replaces episodes 25/26). In this powerful conclusion, the final battle against the Angels is fought, and questions are finally answered. The fate of the world lies with Shinji, but how will he act?