43rd out of 52 books — 4 voters
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The Fullmetal Alchemist Archive: The Complete Guide
In this complete guide, all the hidden facts and secrets behind the science of this colossal opus are revealed. Two brothers, Alphonse and Edward, have practiced alchemy since they were young. Now they are on a quest to regain what they have lost.
Paperback, 189 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by DH Publishing
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Found this one in Halfprice book store for a buck and that’s about what it’s worth. It was written in 2007 so it’s not very complete (since the manga carried on for three years after that). And it makes mistakes in the material that was there. Like stating Ed was named fullmetal alchemist because he transmutes metal very well. Um…
What it did that was interesting was offer up some facts on Arakawa but I have no idea how true they are (given the accuracy of some of the other stuff). It made a real ...more
This was really interesting, and although it didn't present much information that I didn't already know about FMA, I still enjoyed reading it. However, there were some noticeable typos and grammatical/editing errors, which, at times, were difficult to read.