Animax to showcase 'Full Metal Alchemist Marathon' from 16 September

MUMBAI: SPE Network's Animax, will be showcasing all the episodes of the animated feature Full Metal Alchemist every Saturday and Sunday starting 16 September from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm.

Animation aficionados can sit back, relax and enjoy their weekends as the 24 hour anime channel will showcase the Full Metal Catch Up Marathon. The back to back shows of the action series based on Hiromu Arakawa's best-selling Manga comics promises to take the viewers on an adrenaline rush, informs an official release.

The Full Metal Alchemist illustrates the life of Edward Elric and his brother Al, unable to bear the loss of their mother, attempt to revive her by using the forbidden alchemy of human transmutation. They end up paying a heavy price for breaking the laws of nature. Ed loses his leg, and sacrifices an arm to save his brother - except that Al has lost his entire body, and his soul is sealed in a suit of armour.

A few years down later, Ed has become the youngest State Alchemist in history at the age of 15, and is famously known as the Full Metal Alchemist for his mechanical limbs. Together, he and Al seek the power of the Philosopher's Stone-a gem that can amplify an alchemist's power a thousand fold-to restore the bodies they lost. Watch them uncover the mysteries they embark upon their journey while facing the dangers of the evil forces who are also on the lookout for this legendary stone, adds the release.

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