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Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 21 by Hiromu Arakawa
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Apr 10, 10

Read in April, 2010

This volume is up to the high quality I’ve come to expect from this series. It’s truly one of the more amazing manga I have ever read. I remember how close to the end this felt when it came out online (especially with the persistent but erroneous rumor that ch. 88 was going to be the end). Many alliances are formed in this (one of the few nonspoilery things I can say). It’s a treat watching Roy flirt with Olivia as cover for coded talk. Bradley comes under attack. Ed learns the truth about his dad. Hohenheim starts really coming into his own as a complex character. Hostages are taken. Plenty of homunculus action. What more can I say without ruining? I figure by now either you’re truly hooked and reading as quickly as I am and if you’re not, you won’t be starting with this volume but definitely, if you like manga give this a try.
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