Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 2

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Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 2

Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 2 By Hiromu Arakawa Fullmetal Alchemist Vol There are many types of alchemy in the world Edward s commanding officer Flame Alchemist Roy Mustang can control fire Shou Tucker the Sewing Life Alchemist specializes in the most difficult alchem

  • Title: Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 2
  • Author: Hiromu Arakawa
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  • Page: 357
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  • Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 2 By Hiromu Arakawa There are many types of alchemy in the world Edward s commanding officer, Flame Alchemist Roy Mustang, can control fire Shou Tucker, the Sewing Life Alchemist, specializes in the most difficult alchemy of allological transmutation, the ability to alter the tissue of living things But no matter what their power, alchemists are still human And when a mysteriousThere are many types of alchemy in the world Edward s commanding officer, Flame Alchemist Roy Mustang, can control fire Shou Tucker, the Sewing Life Alchemist, specializes in the most difficult alchemy of allological transmutation, the ability to alter the tissue of living things But no matter what their power, alchemists are still human And when a mysterious killer begins stalking state alchemists, no one can escape his vengence
    Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 2 By Hiromu Arakawa

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    1. Antonio on said:

      Tehlu misericordioso Por qu Por qu Esto es perturbadoramente insuperable, es monstruoso, e imperdonable, hay poco que pueda decir sin hacer spoilers, pero les digo que Fullmetal Alchemist tiene elementos psicol gicos que paran los pelos, y que en este tomo hacen llorar a cualquiera Para saber porque deber as empezar a leer este grandioso manga puedes ver mi rese a del primer tomo de Fullmetal Alchemist 1Aqu No lo lamentaran

    2. Lily on said:

      Well, ouch I picked this up looking for an fun, action y read in the style of volume 1 I did not expect it to perforate my heart quite so quickly, or to haunt me for so long afterwards The story still has its cute and slapstick moments, but their ephemerality is painfully evident There s now little doubt that the stakes are high, and that the unthinkable is actually very thinkable for certain people The early part of the story is so chilling that it kinda overshadowed everything that came after [...]

    3. Grace on said:

      Second volume is better than the first one We get to see emotion from Edward and we also get to see the strong bond between the Elric brothers I really love these two boys so much and I just want them to be happy Definitely reading the next one soon

    4. Jedi JC Daquis on said:

      While the first volume establishes the essentials in Fullmetal Alchemist, volume two expands this industrial mechanical world as it introduces evem new characters and storylines.Volume 2 also does not veer away from elements which are pretty much hard to stomach, alchemy and political issues that display the dark side of this world Kudos to Arakawa for being bold im writing these darmer elements.But FA is not Attack of Titan It may be heavy on certain scenes, but the humor and the deliberate goo [...]

    5. Kogiopsis on said:

      At the end of every volume of FMA is a very small panel depicting all the characters who died with halos over their heads and wings on their backs, ascending to Heaven.It s worth noting that Shou Tucker is shown wallowing in Hell Even Father gets to go to Heaven, but Tucker goes to Hell That makes me bizarrely happy, because I hate Tucker than I hate any other character in the series, bar none not Pride, though he creeps me out not Envy, even after all he s done not even Kimblee, who s almost a [...]

    6. Nərmin on said:

      Woow The coolness of this volume was impressive I loved how it can be both funny and darkReally liked Elric brothers

    7. Caroline on said:

      ANOTHER great volume I loved learning about our two main characters as we get deeper into the story I haven t watched the anime so all of this is new and exciting for me and I AM LOVING IT Meeting new characters was a lot of fun, especially Roy Mustang because I ve heard a lot about him It was really cool as well to meet a villain character and see some awesome fight sequences Scar seems like he ll be a really interesting antagonist The art style is still great and I found fights easy to follow [...]

    8. Radwa on said:

      So I can see a lot of religious details, such as introducing three of the seven deadly sins lust, gluttony, envy as demons at this point, I don t know what they really are, but they re there Scar s whole story and religious view are interesting Using Alchemy to destroy Alchemists in the name of religion.I m enjoying the tasks Edward and Al go through, and despite not being able to keep up with all the alchemists introduced in this volume, I love their variety We also need female characters

    9. Esma Tezgi on said:

      Bu seride ho uma giden bir ey var, san r m baz y nleri bana ocukken izledi im izgi filmleri an msat yor, Ed in ld rmas , o s radaki g r nt s gibi eyler imdilik ho uma gitti, devam etmei d n yorum, okumas zevkli ve rahatlat c yi zaman ge iriyorsunuz.

    10. Maija on said:

      The Shou Tucker storyline is still one of the creepiest things I ve ever read watched.The bigger plot gets started in this one Still good, but a lot of characters are introduced that we ll only learn about later, leaving them a bit flimsy for now.

    11. Lanie on said:

      I take back what I said in my review of book one I thought the first volume of fullmetal alchemist was pretty cheesy Kinda cutesy leaning towards the lower end of the teenage audience range it s going for But this Volume twoMy god This was anything BUT cheesy This was so sad And so epic And funny There was so much character development and world building We were given so much reason to love Al Ed, echo at first seem like goofballs, but are really so much deeper and rounder We got some fucking a [...]

    12. Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe) on said:

      4.5 starsAs Edward and Al continue their quest to get their original bodies back, they encounter danger, and see how far a desperate alchemist will go to keep his license This volume broadens the examination of the dark side of alchemy and the theory of equivalent exchange What is the life of young girl worth, when her father has run out of options in his research When he does the unthinkable, Edward realizes how close to the edge of darkness he came during his efforts to perform forbidden alche [...]

    13. King Haddock on said:

      I suppose I discussed a lot of Scar s religious aspects in my review of Volume 1, no mind that we first meet Scar here Thus, I will continue onto the creepy chimera making whatnot.I definitely flinch about what happened But good authors make us flinch, so no mind that the concept made me uncomfortable, I applaud Hiromu Arakawa for writing a potent scene I really hope we meet no chimera alchemists though oh please no.I feel like the next volume is where things will really get started guess I ll [...]

    14. Michelle *The Bookish Hobbit* on said:

      I really struggled with rating this 3 or 4 On one hand, this manga is the basis of one of my most favorite anime series ever, a series that I even added to my meager bluray collection to clarify, I mean FMA B, not the first incarnation I m one of the few who loathed that one On the other hand, this was a slow volume that was conveyed most excellently on TV, and retreading it here was a bituneventful, to me All in all, it probably deserves 4 , but my rating is what it is.

    15. Andrew on said:

      Big time fun And surprising depth I m enjoying this than I thought I would Glad I finally came around.

    16. Mike on said:

      I don t really know why I m not into this series as I should be Maybe it s the lack of an overarching plot, or villain sure, there s the general theme of Edward and Alphonse trying to get their old bodies back, but the events of this volume and the last one didn t really work towards that theme The lack of tension that this causes is pretty much all I can think of, in terms of why this isn t wowing me the way it seems to wow most people Because this really was good Arakawa s writing is consisten [...]

    17. Olivia on said:

      Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol 2, had all the right aspects that made me really like the first volume However, I lost slight track of the events in the middle, things became a little hectic and hard to follow with the narrative jumping around a little with the introduction of new plots and lots of new characters Despite being slightly confused, I really enjoyed the storyline This instalment turned a little darker, and had less of the fun, dry humour that was in the first instalment, which was a shame [...]

    18. নাজমুল হাসান on said:

      As expected the story turns into a darker tone But still keeps its lighthearted elements alive The 2 most important characters introduced in this volume in my opinion are General Armstrong who is both funny and strong and the Alchemy hating Alchemist Scar, who is on a mission to kill all the National Alchemists for some unknown reason After a battle with Scar, Edward and Alphonso goes on a journey to renew their search for Philosopher s stone and get back their original body More mysteries surro [...]

    19. Chris on said:

      Okay, book two completely won me over, mainly by the breadth of characterization that slipped in so quickly The story of the alchemist who, out of desperation, transmutes his daughter and dog into a chimera, was as gut wrenching as any good short story Alphonse and Edward, in the meantime, grow in depth and complexity, settling into the perfect balance between arrogant and tortured that hints at melodrama but is still believably human.

    20. Roxana-Mălina Chirilă on said:

      The second volume is darker than the first, and we re moving into the story proper.I keep noticing all sorts of little details which I d probably ignore if I didn t know the story already I love this, the little picture of Armstrong in Mustang s pile of documents when he looks for Shou Tucker, Bradley s darkened image in a panel about the war That s pretty cool.

    21. Emmy on said:

      Wowokay, so that was really dark Um, not sure how I feel about things right now I ll give it another go with book 3 and see what happensAlso, I love Armstrong

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