Full Metal Panic! Volume 9
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Full Metal Panic! Volume 9 (Full Metal Panic! #9)

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Gauron and his supporters have hijacked the Tuatha de Danaan! Things are looking bleak, but when Tessa manages to free Chidori from the command center, it'll be up to her and Sosuke to regain control of their ship!
Paperback, 184 pages
Published April 11th 2006 by ADV Manga (first published 2005)
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Jeffrey
The final volume of the first series of Full Metal Panic resolves some minor issues, but fails to address anything of consequence to the story overall. While reintroducing the only named villain, it doesn't really resolve what Tessa & Chidori are, nor why they exist, nor who the super secret villains might be. Not bad for a mid-series volume, but a problem for the last one.

Still, the action did improve a little bit.
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Shoji Gatoh (賀東 招二), born on July 11, 1971, is a Japanese author from Shiga Prefecture, Japan. He is best known for the creation of the Full Metal Panic! series that included light novels, manga and anime. He is not only an author but also an anime scenarist, for example "The Day of Sagittarius" of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and three episodes of Lucky Star.
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