鋼の錬金術師 27

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「さよなら鋼の錬金術師。」

辿り着いた旅路の果てに、兄弟は何を手にしたのか!?No.1ダークファンタジー堂々完結!!!外伝「もうひとつの旅路の果て」も収録。
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220
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Published November 22nd 2010 by ガンガンコミックス

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It 's just that I 've read th series for so long it 's just grown too close for me to easily let go.

I 'll not be able to ut into words what this manga means for me without being a corny prick.But still, I intend to thank Arakawa.

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If you guys run into Hohenheim, do n't hav too harsh.

Never be gentle, right.

It 's not cheap to be where you are right now, so do n't put it for granted, OK!!!

And I think Havoc will be ok soon, he certainly has that strong will.

* suprised* -- -Hope Dr Marcoh finally got his peace among those people.

With Mustang covering the aid from central and Lin 's trading line from east, people of Ishvar should be on it 's own in no time.

but he also got a she-warrior next to him, he ould do just fine.

Hey Al ..., you 're lucky guy .....

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lol The plot build up nicely, at the begining kind of wandered around with 2 mini stories that Ed and Al saved a little town from the rule of an evil priest and could n't save a poor little girl who was turned in to a chimera by his messed up alchemist father ...

( hat was dark, Fullmetal can be dark for a shounen at some parts like the chimera little girl and ishbalan genoside.

Fullmetal Alchemist is a true manga classic up there with The king of all things shounen Dragon Ball for me.

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All the main characters survive and more or less get what they 've worked towards, and after such a ong, convoluted story where so many incredibly dark things happen, I was anticipating a darker or less overtly happy ending.

Arakawa does something very brave and special here -- she tells story she wants to ell, and does n't stray from the moral she wants to impart, and as a esult is courageous enough to make us a happy ending that still heavily involves loss.

he ending also reinforces the central theme of optimism about humanity and the mportance of friendship while managing not to shy away or dilute the moral complexities Arakawa has explored throughout the series.

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Arakawa is surely a master storyteller with how she executed the mangas final art, but no really deviated from the tried and tested " happily ever after " ending.I am not saying that FMA ended bland and ediocre, it just treaded through overly familiar grounds.I have had quite an experience with Fullmetal Alchemist.

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I made it through FMA volumes 1-2, thought, “ Meh, it ’ s kay, but I don ’ t like where this is heading, ” but, because I had book 3 close at hand, figured I might as well give another volume a shot.I ’ m ot uite sure when I was hooked, but I now by the time I finished volume 4, I was flying through the ooks and ould not get enough.I ’ ve actually been a fan of most of the heroe in FMA, beyond Lust, who was pretty cool, Envy, and sometimes Greed.

Scar wasn ’ t a pleasurable read, ither, especially because I eel like I get a lot of crap for my religion as a Christian, without reading an author ’ s explanatio of a crazy heretic going around murderin people in the name of God.At the same time, the extraordinary unlikability of the villains did not deter me from the story.

Several times, authors write villains that we want defeated, but who are still really cool, and we ’ re like, “ OH YEAHHHHH DARTH VADER IS SO AWESOME! ” I ’ m only oing to forget that Gluttony was cool – he was repulsive – but his was a fresh perspective from the typical villain we see.

Point being, Arakawa still scores points for making really, really memorable villains.What really made the series was the emotions behind it, especiall the emotions of our two main character.

A tear leaked for me on thi one for sure, along with what I ’ m pretty sure was an angry scream at the author.When you start getting physically involved with the book series you ’ re reading, you say it ’ s great.

By thi time Ed gave up his alchemy, I didn ’ t appreciat it was as awfully wrong as it must have ha.

It didn ’ t feel climactic enough.After all, he gave up his arm the first time for his rother ’ s soul.

Combine that with the rushed scene, and it wasn ’ t alway as effective and emotional as it woul have been.That being said, I till felt great satisfaction reading the last words of Hiromu Arakawa ’ s marvelous series.

I felt battle-worn and a bit shell-shocked just like the characters, having gone through ( what was it?

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