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Alchemy: the mystical power to alter the natural world; something between magic, art and science. When two brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, dabbled in this power to grant their dearest wish, one of them lost an arm and a leg…and the other became nothing but a soul locked into a body of living steel. Now Edward is an agent of the government, a slave of the military-al

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    Raeleen Lemay

    May 12, 2015

    rated it
    really liked it

    Shelves:
    graphicomanga

    This was great! Pumped to check out the anime(s) and more volumes of the manga soon.

    Lola  Reviewer

    Mar 20, 2015

    rated it
    liked it

    Shelves:
    manga,
    magic,
    steampunk

    I have no idea what, in this manga, prompted an average rating of 4.47/5 stars. No idea. It’s even higher than Death Note, Vol. 1: Boredom (which is the most read manga on GR) and Fairy Tail, Vol. 01 which, until it became too repetitive, used to be my F-A-V-O-R-I-T-E manga series. Because the characters and drawings and world-building are extraordinary.

    Nonetheless, the world-building in this book too wasn’t bad either. But there were too many characters that appeared and then disappeared… no

    Nonetheless, the world-building in this book too wasn’t bad either. But there were too many characters that appeared and then disappeared… no time to get attached. This is something that I think can be interesting but NOT in a first volume! Edward and his brother, however, were fun to follow on their ”adventures”. There was a good enough backstory but too short! Very little detail! I’m going to assume, though, that there will be more in the sequels.

    The premise was something I enjoyed too. Too many ”cases” (problems) to resolve – I would prefer one but long, deep and poignant – but just the fact that there were alchemists in the storyline was something unique and I wish to discover more about them.

    I will continue with this series.
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    Kogiopsis

    Mar 03, 2010

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Love love love love love.

    It’s actually been quite some time since I first read this volume, and now that my public library has finally started buying the series (just in time for me to leave town – thanks, guys) I checked out the first seven on a whim.

    I’d actually forgotten a lot about this volume. Somehow I got the idea that the Cornello/Liore plot was stretched over the entire volume, and that Youswell was in V. 2, and obviously that was wrong – and the train thing I’d forgotten entirely. It

    It’s actually been quite some time since I first read this volume, and now that my public library has finally started buying the series (just in time for me to leave town – thanks, guys) I checked out the first seven on a whim.

    I’d actually forgotten a lot about this volume. Somehow I got the idea that the Cornello/Liore plot was stretched over the entire volume, and that Youswell was in V. 2, and obviously that was wrong – and the train thing I’d forgotten entirely. It was interesting to go back, too, and compare the art and plotting of this volume to that of the very end. Obviously, there is significant improvement, but the seeds of – dare I say it? Yes, I do – greatness to come are definitely here. In much the same way as a webcomic artist develops over time, the art and plotting improve as the series goes on, but this first entry is the furthest thing from shabby.

    So anyhow, this volume. Yes. Youswell is my favorite plotline in it, possibly my favorite episodic entry in the series as a whole, because it really shows Ed’s integrity as a character. I mean, all three plotlines do that, though the train one is not as good as the others just because its main purpose is to segue into an introduction of Mustang and Co. Youswell is still the best. It establishes so many things for the rest of the series – the idea of corruption in the military, Ed’s renegade attitude, his almost instinctual commitment to doing the right thing no matter what, and more. It’s really kind of amazing to look back on these first few chapters and wonder what Arakawa was thinking – I’d love to know how it is to work in manga publishing. Surely when she was writing/drawing these, she couldn’t have imagined the massive success that would follow. What was she planning? The whole thing? And what a tragedy it would have been if the series had been canceled before it could run its full arc. (I assume this can happen in manga; it’s only logical.)

    I remember reading this for the first time and being interested but at the same time put off by the episodic style, which I expected to be the norm for the entire series. If anyone else out there has that niggling worry, be not afraid: fairly quickly, a full arc asserts itself and it’ll sweep you up entirely.

    Original rambling fangirly review under the spoiler tags – no actual spoilers.
    (view spoiler)

    So, I have this theory. Your first lengthy manga series is like your first Doctor Who. (Eccleston doesn’t count; he’s more like a short manga.) There is a certain undying loyalty that goes with it. For me, my first Doctor was Matt Smith. (Except for the aforementioned Eccleston; I did see the second episode of the first series and ‘The Empty Child’ before I saw ‘The Eleventh Hour’.) Ergo, my loyalty as a viewer is to Smith, in defiance of all the rabid Tennant fans out there.
    In the same way, FMA was my first long manga. And really, I don’t think anything will ever top it for me. What are you looking for in your story today? Would you like some kickass magic? How about an elegant and thorough plot? How about deep questions and powerful themes? And perhaps a side of laughs? And with all that, as a bonus, we’ll throw in a gang of strong heroines to make up for the lack in much American YA.
    I’m glad I read this when I did, since I think it partly got me through my AP Chemistry homework. But I also envy those who get to read it now that it’s completed. Seriously, those last few chapters had me on tenterhooks for weeks.

    I’ll admit, I was surprised at how dang much I enjoy this series. But the story’s really well done- enough drama, horror, humour and just plain AWESOMENESS to keep me intrigued and on my guard.
    I’ve started watching the anime now, and I’m not wild about how they’re rearranging the chronology; otherwise, both versions are good.

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    Okay, so at this point I’m about 3/4 of the way through the 2003 anime- I’ll get to Brotherhood this summer, I swear!- and I’m really confusing myself. So a note- while it does help to have read the manga when watching the anime, do not do this concurrent. Because things go one way in the manga and another in the anime and it gets so baffling sometimes. I have to quiz someone who’s seen/read both to get things straight- who’s Bradley in this one, who’s dead, what happens where/when, etc.

    I don’t understand how anyone would prefer the anime to the manga, honestly. The manga’s much more complex and interesting to me; the anime’s condensed and loses some of the subtler characterization, sub-plots, and world development Arakawa put in.

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    I WILL NOT RANT ABOUT THE SHITTY ENDING OF THE ANIME. I WILL NOT. I WILL NOT COMPLAIN ABOUT THE SHANNARA-ESQUE EPIC COPOUT. I WON’T, I WON’T, I WON’T.

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    In other news:
    Gah, I am in so much love with this series. I’m going to get caught up this week. 106 is on OneManga, so it’s certainly possible.
    Particularly happy with:
    Everything in the north, pretty much. Briggs ftw. I imagine myself there. Though I’d totally die. And zOMG, I’d steal Ed’s fur-lined coat. FUZZY!
    Manga Sloth has so much Slothness on anime Sloth.
    Is it bad that I kind of like Gluttony? As a character, not fangirling, but I think he’s funny and kind of charming in a really friggin dangerous little kid way.
    I love Arakawa’s extras. Especially Riza and the Pride-stickers. I lol’d so hard.
    I’ve spent far too much time looking up fanart for this on DeviantArt. Especially Royai. Definitely an OTP. (hide spoiler)]
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