Metal Jack Hold On Lyrics Metal Jack Ending Theme Lyrics
From the AnimeMetal Jack
Type of Song:Ending
Appears in:Ending Theme
Performed by:Jack Bites
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After a horrifying alchemy experiment goes horribly wrong in the Elric household, Edward and Alphonse find themselves in a terrifying new reality. The boys attempted to resurrect their recently deceased mother despite the alchemical principle prohibiting human transmutation. Instead, they suffered terrible personal losses: Alphonse's body disintegrated, and Edward lost a leg before sacrificing an arm to keep Alphonse's soul bound to a hulking suit of armor in the physical realm.
Pinako Rockbell and her granddaughter Winry come to their aid and save the brothers. Winry, a bio-mechanical engineering prodigy, uses "automail," a tough, versatile metal used in robots and combat armor, to create prosthetic limbs for Edward. The Elric brothers set out on a quest to restore their bodies by finding the Philosopher's Stone—a powerful gem that allows an alchemist to defy the traditional laws of Equivalent Exchange—after years of training.
The boys' journey becomes embroiled in a growing conspiracy that threatens the fate of the world as Edward becomes an infamous alchemist and earns the moniker "Fullmetal."
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Police in Armor Sunrise, Studio Deen, TV Tokyo, and I&S BBDO collaborated on the animated TV series Metal Jack (Japanese:, Hepburn: Kik Keisatsu Metaru Jakku). The series aired weekly on Mondays at 5:30 p.m. on TV Tokyo affiliates from April 7 to December 23, 1991, for a total of 37 episodes. Metal Jack was intended to be a follow-up to the live-action tokusatsu show Dennou Keisatsu Cybercop, but due to production issues, it was instead turned into an animated series with no official ties to Cybercop. However, due to low viewership, the show's run was cut short by thirteen episodes. Hiroyuki Kawasaki, the show's head writer, would later use some of the same situations from Metal Jack in Brave Police J-Decker. Nobutoshi Canna (who went by the stage name Nobutoshi Hayashi) made his acting debut in this show.
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