Upcoming Fullmetal Alchemist Ed and Al Figure Costs $2,200

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A new Fullmetal Alchemist Ed and Al figure is on the way, and it is both elaborate and expensive. Good Smile Company revealed a $2,199.99/¥220,000 figure of the Elric brothers. It is a non-scale figure based on their Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood appearances. It is expected to appear first in Japan in July 2023. Then in September 2023, it will show up in North America. Pre-orders are open, but this is also a situation in which they are limited and could run out.

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The figure is designed to show both Ed and Al in the middle of a fight. Electricity surrounds them, there’s dust on the ground, and both characters are in an active pose. Ed is using the pillar Al is holding to prepare to leap and attack.

Here’s a closer look at the figure from various angles.

Finally, one of Good Smile Company’s official images shows how big this figure will be. Especially since this is a non-scale figure. It puts it alongside the Ed Nendoroid. The Nendoroid is just under 4 inches tall, as it is about 100mm. The Ed and Al figure will be about 405mm, which is just about 16 inches tall. It will also be 420mm long (~17in) and 580mm deep (~23in).
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In other Fullmetal Alchemist news, the series celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2021. An anniversary project was announced. More live-action movies are on the way. Fullmetal Alchemist Mobile is also in the works.

The Fullmetal Alchemist Ed and Al figure is expected to appear in Japan in July 2023 and North America in September 2023. Pre-orders will close on May 11, 2022, if they don’t run out before that date.


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