Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 19

Fullmetal Alchemist Vol Ed s clever plan to take out an enemy leaves him severely injured Can he cheat death One of our friends discovers the ironic secret behind Scar s brother s transmutation notes And Major General Armstr

  • Title: Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 19
  • Author: Hiromu Arakawa Akira Watanabe
  • ISBN: 9781421525686
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ed s clever plan to take out an enemy leaves him severely injured Can he cheat death One of our friends discovers the ironic secret behind Scar s brother s transmutation notes And Major General Armstrong meets with evil homunculus President Bradley Whose side is she on again Plus, the disturbing origin of Ed and Al s immortal father finally revealed

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    About "Hiromu Arakawa Akira Watanabe"

    1. Hiromu Arakawa Akira Watanabe

      Associated names real name ARAKAWA HiromiName in native language Zodiac TaurusBlood type AHer 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 d jinshi manga with her friends and drew yonkoma for a magazine.Arakawa started out as Hiroyuki Eto s assistant writer for Mah jin 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 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 Hokkaid 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.

    111 thoughts on “Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 19”

    1. THIS volume was a major part of the backstory that I had been waiting a LONG time to read. Volume 19 and I finally got to know more about the father of the Elric brothers, Van Hohenheim. He is such an interesting character and throughout the story his backstory has been teased at but this is the first time that a lot has been revealed at once and OH MY GOD it was so good! There was a lot of other good stuff in this volume. I feared for Edward's life more than I have in a while which was horrible [...]

    2. Finally the mystery around the Homunculus and seven sins are explained. Also the secret regarding the Elric brother's father Van Hoenheim is out of the bag. Alliance is formed and broken, more display of trust and betrayal. War is declared against the Homunculus. Also Briggs comes under attack from Drachma army. Also the solution to prevent the sinister plan by the Homunculus is discovered from Scar's brother's research. The story has finally entered its final stage as Sloth finished digging the [...]

    3. Three things:1.) Kimblee sounds like Killgrave and it's making me unhappy.2.) Stephanie, I was so close, and yet so far. 3.) (view spoiler)[I figured out Hawkeye's code before I even turned the page and I am so proud of myself. (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

    4. Oldukça şaşırtıcı bir sona ev sahipliği yapan bir sayıydı, genel olarak hareketli ve güzeldi. Çarpıcı sonu ile akılda yer ediyor, sonu çok şaşırtıcı değil aslında ama beklenmedik şekilde gerçekleşince hey ne oluyor? demekten kendimi alamadım.

    5. Ahhh, Fullmetal Alchemist. What a great manga. Great story, wonderful character design, well-placed humor and drama - this one really has it all. If you haven't read it, you should - it is VASTLY different from the anime. Alternatively, if you don't want to wade through 20+ volumes of comic books, you could watch the new Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood anime, which streams on funimation for free. It's the series from the beginning, this time following the manga, and it's awesome.Digression asid [...]

    6. Finalmente scopriamo la veritá su Van Hohenheim. Una verità sconvolgente. Ma questo significa che potrebbe sapere come aiutare Ed e Al?E cosa sta succedendo ad Al?? Mi sa che il tempo a loro disposizione sta terminando. Oddio fate qualcosa! Ho adorato la scena tra Mustang e Riza! Non solo lui ha capito che qualcosa non andava, ma sono riusciti a comunicare in un modo tutto loro. Quanto mi piace il loro rapporto!! Ma ora che anche il Colonnello sa la verità, cosa possono fare? Non vedo l'ira d [...]

    7. OMG! How clever of you Riza to code that! Great! And there were flashbacks of Hohenheim. But I still don't understand if the Father is him. Ow, I hope Ed is ok. I know he will live, as he is in other volumes too)). But still hope he's ok.

    8. This volume was great! It provides a flashback about Hohenheim, his childhood, and his relationshipwith the very first Homunculus! It was very cool to learn about that, and about the ruins that I forget the name ofmewhere Prince Lin wentyway, we the readers get to see those ruins before they, well, went to ruin. It was very cool! Also, Colonel Mustang makes a very shocking discovery about Selim Bradley, the President's son. I really liked the cover on this volume and the flashback about Hohenhei [...]

    9. Aspetacular. Me encanta cuando se resuelven los grandes misterios de formas imprevistas pero no rebuscadas ni incoherentes. El origen de uno de mis personajes favoritos y uno de los más odiados en un dos por uno a tavés de un enorme flashback. Cuando lo relea o lo tenga a mano de nuevo seguro rerreseñe alguna pavada extra.

    10. The good:-The rhythm keeps improving.-The origin of Hoenheim is very very interesting.-The tension rises and rises. This seems to aim to a climax in not so many volumes more.-The alchemy and the rentanjutsu mistery is solving little by little.-Great action sequences.The bad:-The main plot being left aside for four volumes now. In this one we move forward a little but all the Briggs thing seems like a detour.-The narration felt simpler.-The character used the same techinques they always use.

    11. THE GOOD Hohenheim: I really loved the backstory about Hohenheim. And even though he's been an iffy character for me, I feel like learning about his past has somewhat helped me warm up to him. Forced into immortality he didn't want and then worried that he would turn his children into monsters like him Its nice to see he really does care for them. Edward: Damn Edward! He is certainly a tough little thing. THE BAD Kimblee: Ugh. I want him dead soon. Really soon hopefully.

    12. 5 Stars and an A for this volume.From the seamless way Roy & Riza managed to get information across to each other without alerting Pride, who is by far the creepiest Homunculus to Ed & Al fighting their way across the North in order to win, this volume was full of epic moments. The annihilation of Xerxes was painful to read, Hoenheim didn't deserve that huge amount of guilt.Kimblee is still alive, unfortunately. Although not for long.

    13. I can't believe how fast this book is to read! I read it in one sitting. No getting up to get coffee or do anything else! I would say something like, "It's getting hot in here," but most of the action remains in the north, so that's not an option. I would write more, but I want to start Volume 20!Just read it!

    14. Great story building and development. This one is a little more graphic than normal. If you have a problem with graphic injuries I'd recommend avoiding a chapter or two in this. The art is great and enjoyable as well.

    15. Le origini dei “padri” belle, mentre gli homunculus + Kimbly che agiscono praticamente ormai alla luce del sole rendono meno intriganti i loro sotterfugi.

    16. I really interesting look into Ed and Al's dad's life. Make's me dislike him less. It also clears up something from earlier in the series.

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