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Fullmetal Alchemist Box Set

Fullmetal Alchemist Box Set This best selling series is now available in a complete box set Includes volumes plus extras such as Fullmetal Alchemist Novel The Ties That Bind and a full color two sided poster Over a % sa

  • Title: Fullmetal Alchemist Box Set
  • Author: Hiromu Arakawa
  • ISBN: 9781421541952
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • This best selling series is now available in a complete box set Includes volumes 1 27, plus extras such as Fullmetal Alchemist Novel The Ties That Bind and a full color, two sided poster Over a 20% savings over buying the individual volumes

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    1. Quyen on said:

      A quick disclaimer: I've read the ENTIRE series and thought that it would be nice to just have one book instead of twenty seven volumes (tankoubon) in my book collection (since I don't want to sound like a pretentious douche and well I did the same for "Calvin and Hobbes" and "Bone" so there you go!) I haven't read the included novel in this package "The Ties that Bind" nor do I possess the poster also included so don't throw a hissy fit if I don't review those aspects, ok? Ok!"Fullmetal Alchemi [...]

    2. Anusha Narasimhan on said:

      Interesting plot, originality, characters you fall in love with or loathe, action, wit, philosophy, a dig at our society, nice drawings, surprising plot-twists, it's all there in FMA.The best Manga I have ever read! It cannot get better than this. I'd highly recommend the Manga as well as the Anime to everyone.

    3. Emily on said:

      I don't think manga can get much better than this. Fullmetal Alchemist is on its way to becoming legendary, and deservedly so. As a longtime lover of manga who read this series while it was being published, I can say that there's not much out there to rival it. There are solid characters, painful backstories, a complex and swift-moving plot, humor, interesting world-building, alchemy, heartbreak, various PoC, political commentary, visibly disabled characters, action, many complex ass-kicking thr [...]

    4. Ariya on said:

      It took me two days without internet and outside surroundings to read twenty seven volumes. So much emotions flooded over me. I've seen animation before but comics are great enough not to compare with. The ending sums up the whole bunches of ideas. It hooked me, as it did to Edward. I'm so grateful I read it when I'm old enough to recall complicate issues and moral conflicts.

    5. Matt LeFevers on said:

      Fullmetal Alchemist just ate up the first two months of 2014 for me.I did read other stuff in there, for sure -- I fell into a pattern of reserving the next 3-6 volumes of this at the library then reading another book until they came in -- but since the Christmas party where a friend gave me the first three entries, a not-insignificant portion of my life has been set up around tackling this series. I finished the final three volumes in one breathless sitting Saturday night, staying up irresponsi [...]

    6. Joy on said:

      “When ethnicity is all you think about, there’s bound to be confrontation…But if we see each other as individuals, then it’s possible to treat each other as equals.” ― Hiromu Arakawa, Fullmetal AlchemistHagane no Renkinjutsushi. This is the manga that started the franchise - Two anime series, live-action movies, novels, video games and so on. It's popularity in the United States is probably matched only by Cowboy Bebop and Death Note. (Although I'm sure that Naruto and Bleach rate hi [...]

    7. Munira on said:

      Now this is my Ultimate favorite! The story, the characters, the arts just perfect!No matter how many times I reread it, it's still amazing! And I would reccomened it to anyone Because the story has really great lessons behind it.

    8. Ed Correa on said:

      27 volúmenes de manga y una pequeña novela después solo queda confirmar las mejores y más altas expectativas de este box set. Hace muchos años, cuando vi el animé de Fullmetal Alchemist y Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood caí en cuenta que estaba frente a uno de las mejores series animé que se han hecho, quizás un poco mejor Brotherhood que la primera versión lanzada, pero eso solo confirma lo importante que resultaba leerse este manga, que sigue esa historia casi que al pie de la letra [...]

    9. Tintinrulz on said:

      "Fullmetal Alchemist" by Hiromu Arakawa is a highly enjoyable and innovative manga series comprising of 27 volumes (over 5,000 pages in total). It's both character and plot-driven and could be classed as a 'philosophical/action/science fantasy/thriller' but includes elements belonging to the horror and humour genres. I'll be reviewing the English translation. TRANSLATION:There are two English translations, one by VIZ (an American publisher) and the other by CY Manga (a Singaporean publisher). I [...]

    10. Emily on said:

      I don't know what to say. I loved this. I think you should read it. NOW.In this world, alchemy is a science. If you have the brains to understand and remember all of the elements in various materials, you can rearrange and repurpose them. Edward and Alphonse Elric are prodigies, and when their mother dies, they think they can bring her back, because they know what "makes up" a human being. It's a desperate move, and childish. Such a move is both illegal by the laws of man, but also by bigger law [...]

    11. Todd on said:

      It's official, it's done. 27 Volumes, over 5000 pagesd I loved every second of it.

    12. ella on said:

      I don't think I'm ever going to read a story so beautifully written and portrayed as I have Fullmetal Alchemist. I'm going to write the review it deserves when I'm not half asleep. (07 / 12 / 15, 02:05 a.m.)(07 / 12 / 2015, 09:28 p.m.)Fullmetal Alchemist is one of the best things I have ever read and ever watched in my whole life, and this is no joke. I found myself drawn in and compelled by the fictional world of Amestris, which too often mirrored the modern world of today. Dealing with topics [...]

    13. Andrew on said:

      What would you do if somebody close to you has just passed away, and you felt like you have all the power in the world? It’s important to be close to your family. When somebody you’re close to is gone, all you want is to bring them back. Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa is a kind of action and adventure manga that takes a twist on 2 brothers losing their mother, and they think they are powerful enough to bring them back. The story tells you how important it is to be close with your frie [...]

    14. Sara on said:

      If you're ever only going to read one manga, read this one! Because there are few works of litterature that is so well planned and executed. There is not a single character or story arch that isn't thought through and interesting. The women are strong and independent and the men shows weakness and flaws(and the most many man ever is the sweetest character of them all). The story in itself is baffeling and has so many plot twists! Good ones. Great ones. It has a cultural depht that is uncommon in [...]

    15. Jay on said:

      Arakawa is a masterful storyteller, balancing intricate plots and themes, and a huge, varied cast. The emotional resonance is amazing, and elements of drama, mystery, action, comedy, etc. are measured out as well as any equation. And while there are many seriously heavy elements (death, grief, war, genocide, etc.), and the story doesn't flinch away from them, it's ultimately an optimistic series, with themes of growth, recovery, responsibility, learning, and connecting with other people. I would [...]

    16. Brian Murray on said:

      Fullmetal Alchemist is a thoroughly entertaining, original, and satisfying story. At a hefty 27 volumes, it can seem intimidating. But this series is full of humor, heartbreak, and relentless action. The main story really begins to beef up at around volume 15, and from then on it is a nonstop ride. It echoes several themes present in many popular series, including Harry Potter and the Hunger Games. Thankfully, this series also has perhaps the most action-packed and emotionally satisfying climax [...]

    17. Manuel on said:

      ¿Como describir estas mas de 5000 paginas? Creo que la mejor forma es decir que Full Metal Alchemist es el mejor manga que me he leido en mi vida. Fueron incontables las veces que la autora logro hacerme reír y a llorar con unos personajes maravillosos y entrañables. La historia es atrapadora y todos los detalles fueron cuidadosamente planeados desde el principio, todo cuadra, algo que no se ve en todos los mangas o en historias que tengan cada mes un capitulo nuevo durante casi 10 años. Def [...]

    18. Iman Eyitayo on said:

      En gros, Un manga dont je me souviendrai longtemps et dont j'ai adoré presque chacun des épisodes. Il y a du suspens, du drame, de l'émotion, des larmes, des rires, bref tout ce qu'il faut pour vivre pleinement une aventure humaine, magique et technologique au final. L'auteur maîtrise son sujet et cela se ressent. Privilégiez la version "Brotherhood" à l'originale et croyez-moi, vous ne serez pas déçu ! Un vrai coup de coeur pour ma part !imanbooks/2016/03/

    19. Chris Perry on said:

      One of the ultimate, best, and altogether most "awe-inspiring" series of books that I have ever had the privilege to read. This series explores so many different things a book or series can that if I were to list them all in my review I would die of fatigue before I'd be done. This is one of the greatest series to ever be penned. Read this series if you adore: in-depth thought, deep plot, complex and "real" characters, and an overall epic story. You will not regret it.

    20. riley on said:

      the greatest and best of all time, my favorite work of fiction now and forever, non-manga readers are missing out, when i die bury me with my box set, if i die an untimely death i hope you're like wow i should read this it's what riley would have wanted for any and all human beings on this earth etc

    21. Paula Uruburok on said:

      This is one of the few graphic novels that have completely captured me. It's an amazing story to read and the artistic work its just awesome, it takes you to a new and different world, I read the series twice and would read it again in the future. I even based one of my school projects on this series and my teacher loved it too and got hooked up on it! It is Just a great series to read.

    22. Héctor Toledo on said:

      Historia entretenida y buen planteamiento argumental. Se hace, sin embargo, un poco pesada, pues el desarrollo es lento, hay demasiados personajes y se enrevesan algunas cosas innecesariamente, especialmente hacia el final. Éste es bastante decepcionante.Por lo demás, una lectura entretenida para el verano.

    23. Daisy on said:

      maybe it's just me and the fact that i read it over the course of a few years when i was much younger as it was being released so forgot a lot of things but i found the intricacies of certain plot aspects so hard to follow.

    24. Qadoos Zafar on said:

      For those comic fans who are willing for one of the best stories of all time, Fullmetal Alchemist had one f it because of its intricate storyline, amazing characters, theme delivery. Almost known for its every aspect. In short i would like to say it's great.

    25. Tyler Strause on said:

      I have read this whole series, own the anime brotherhood, and own the pocket watch. would i recommend this? yes! the pacing is wonderful, the characters are likable if not loveable and the art is great.

    26. Vasil Kolev on said:

      Wasn't bad, definitely had its good moments, but was full to the brim with manga cliches, which got a bit annoying. Also the muddled use of anything related to "alchemy" and other crap thrown in wasn't helping.

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