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Book Title: FullMetal Alchemist Gold deluxe n. 10|
The author of the book: Hiromu Arakawa
Date of issue: December 18th 2008
ISBN 13: 9788863040388
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 371 KB
Edition: Panini Comics - Planet Manga
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Where do I begin?
Maybe with the showdown between Lust and the good guys. Yes, I'll start there.
So there will always be really intense battle scenes in these sorts of novels. And there already had been quite a bit of action in the Fullmetal Alchemist series before Volume 10. But this long, drawn-out battle in which Lust actually really seemed to be winning took it up an intensity level such as has only been done maybe once or twice before, if even that. I was reading, shocked, as Lust mortally wounded not just Havoc, but one of my favorites, Mustang. Of course, I could not believe that our author Arakawa would actually kill off Mustang just yet, but even then, between her killing off Maria Ross and now seemingly Havoc and then giving Mustang a really close call (I would NOT believe he'd die just yet), I could not get over thinking, "HOW CAN YOU JUST KILL SO MANY PEOPLE AT ONCE?!!"
I really think I was reacting like Hawkeye when Lust told her she had killed Mustang. Oh yeah, I reacted like Hawkeye. Maybe not bawling over the pages literally, but still in that state of shocked mind where I wanted to shoot the crap out of Lust. Even if I KNEW that all these people couldn't be dead yet.
And they weren't, I'm happy to say. Usually I get annoyed at the author for "bringing characters back to life" through some plot twist just to give readers some happy sentimentality --- but I REALLY was grateful and happy to see that Arakawa preserved all three of the above names. Especially since I had come to believe Mustang killed Ross. I really, really hated that he had, and was a bit disturbed when I read that scene in the previous Volume of FMA, thinking something didn't add up with his character, but I failed to see how a twist could be made. Reading through what actually occurred behind the scenes between him and Barry made my jaw drop and my absurdly happy self celebrate this unexpected twist in plot.
Believe me, unexpected twists of plot are hard to come by when I've read so much. I can usually predict half a book or half a series before I'm halfway through it. Not so with FMA. Great twist in plot right there; it shows Mustang's big heart and it makes me smile.
So, that spoken of, I'll move to something else important:
Yes, that was pretty awesome to see. I almost want Arakawa to be toying with me, though. But judging from Gluttony's reaction to her death, maybe it is legitimate.
And then there's the scene where Barry's on the phone with Mustang and he pretends to be one of his ladies. Hilarious. Whenever Barry's face pops up on the pages, I immediately perk up, because I know something fun and epic is about to happen. I am usually not disappointed either.
Well, I guess here ends my review. If I can really call it a review. It's probably more of a babbling as I type out my reaction to having just finished it. But you know, whatever. The only people who are going to be reading this review are probably those who have gone through a significant portion of FMA anyway and are in the same state of mind: excited to be reading this series.
And the great thing is that I have people who have read to the end and can assure me this:
It'll only keep getting better.
Read information about the author
Associated names :
荒川弘美 (real name)
Name (in native language) : 荒川弘
Zodiac : Taurus
Blood type : A
Her self-portrait is usually that of a bespectacled cow, as she was born and raised on a dairy farm in Hokkaido with three older sisters and a younger brother. She worked as a farmer for 8 years before moving to Tokyo.
Arakawa thought about being a manga artist "since [she] was little" and during her school years, she would often draw on textbooks. After graduating high school, she took oil painting classes once a month for seven years while working on her family's farm. During this time, she also created dōjinshi manga with her friends and drew yonkoma for a magazine.
Arakawa started out as Hiroyuki Eto's assistant writer for Mahōjin Guru Guru and a friend of Shakugan no Shana author Yashichirou Takahashi.
Arakawa's career started with a work titled STRAY DOG, but she is best known for creating the Fullmetal Alchemist.
For Fullmetal Alchemist manga, Arakawa had read alchemy-related books, which she found very complicated due to the fact that some books contradicted others. Arakawa was attracted more by the philosophical aspects than the practical aspects. For the Equivalent Exchange concept, she was inspired by the work of her parents who had a farm in Hokkaidō and always had to give all their effort in order to earn the money to eat.
Friends with Akira Segami.
Arakawa-san gave birth to a son in 2007.
Kyu Aiya was an assistant of hers. Fusanosuke Inariya was possibly another assistant of hers.
She received the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Award (New Artist Prize) 2011 for Fullmetal Alchemist.
The Shinsei Prize was also awarded to Arakawa.
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