Fullmetal Alchemist, Vol. 03
Accompanied by their bodyguard, Alex Louis Armstrong, our heroes seek out their closest childhood friend, Winry Rockbell, to fix their battered "auto-mail" bodyparts. Soon their quest for the Philosopher's Stone takes them to the great central library, where the Stone's formula may be hidden...if... show more
Accompanied by their bodyguard, Alex Louis Armstrong, our heroes seek out their closest childhood friend, Winry Rockbell, to fix their battered "auto-mail" bodyparts. Soon their quest for the Philosopher's Stone takes them to the great central library, where the Stone's formula may be hidden...if the mysterious figure named Lust doesn't get there first! But the secret of the Philosopher's Stone may be even more frightening than the beings who guard it...
Publish date: September 6th 2005
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
Pages no: 185
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Fullmetal Alchemist (#3)
Perhaps one of my favorites for its comedy style! I have always loved Berry, but not just that there are so many funny moments in this one! I also love the tensions that start building between our main characters, along with all the doubts and fears that are uncovered. This book holds one of the tur...
5 starsContains SpoilersEdward, Al, and Armstrong are on their way to the boys' hometown so Ed's auto-mail can be repaired after his arm was destroyed in the fight with Scar. I enjoyed this lull in the tense drama of the series. Their hometown is isolated and idyllic. Pinako and Winry helped them...
I'm going to the library to pick up volume 5-40 today. Seriously. Addicting! I mean, seriously fucking addicting. And it just gets better and better, mostly because it drops the stand-alone stories and just gets to an arc. The arc is nowhere near complete, but I really, really love prolong...
Fullmetal alchemist (1-6) Review lit one The fullmetal alchemist review-lit will actually be broken into three parts (1-6) (7-16) (17-27) which will span over the course of however long it takes me to get to them at the very least it will come down to me reading the last 3 or 5 in January of 201...
I'm too tired to write a proper review. Suffice it to say that I adore the characters - and yes, the villains too. I spent this volume either perched on the edge of my seat or laughing. It's awesome.I think it's probably a good thing when I look at this and see only a couple of status updates. It me...