It has been ages since we have heard an update on "Fullmetal Alchemist." This year, though, the live-action film will hit theaters in Japan in December, and favorite characters like Edward and Alphonse Elric will again be brought to life.

Now that the awaited film's release gets nearer, a company is capitalizing on the revival, ComicBook said. Good Smile is making adorable figurines to celebrate the upcoming live-action film event.

The figurines are of course miniature, but what's adorable is that the dolls look like they are ready to get into fight - especially Edward. His figurine counterpart can be seen performing a transmutation sans circle, while smiling slyly. Alphonse on the other hand, is wearing a suit of armor and is seen striking a martial arts pose.

The figurines are part of Good Smile's upcoming collection of Nendoroid figures, and it includes familiar State Alchemists. The "Fullmetal Alchemist" figurines are so cute, fans agree.

For those who are unfamiliar, "Fullmetal Alchemist" is a story about Alphonse and Edward Elric, who, after losing their mother, attempted to bring her back using the forbidden science of human alchemy, Anime News Network said. The reason why it's forbidden is because it operates on the theory of equivalent trade, and breaking comes at a heavy price.

The consequences cause Ed to lose his leg, while Al loses his body. Ed was able to seal his brother's sould inside a huge suit of armor, but that cost him his arm. Years later, Ed and Al leave their home, and they search for the Philosopher's Stone, hoping that it will allow them to get their old bodies back. But there's a catch. They are not the only ones looking for the fabled stone.

The upcoming "Fullmetal Alchemist" stars Ryosuke Yamada, Tsubasa Honda and Dean Fujioka, and will be released by Warner Bros. Pictures. OXYBOT Inc., a Japanese VFX company, will provide visual effects work for the film.