Here you go ;)!Volume 9, Chapter 34: The Footsteps of a War Comrade p.16
Oh Lanfan <3
Okay, I know. I know. this isn’t from Fullmetal Alchemist. This is, in fact, from the sort-of autobiographical manga Hyakushou Kizoku by FMA author Hiromu Arakawa.
I think it’s justified to -as a FMAnga fanblog- to highlight and fangirl about the author of our beloved manga, right? It’s only fair…
Volume 15, Chapter 59: The Immortal Alchemist p.53-56
FUCK YOU TOO KIMBLEE! I don’t care how, in your own twisted mind, you think you did something nice.
Poor Ishbalans, poor major Armstrong.
HOLY Arakawa. FMA VOLUME 15. Read it. Read it. Read it.
Volume 15, chapter 58: The Footsteps of Ruin - selected panels from p.29-33
More of Winry’s parents! More proof that all Rockbells are wonderful <3
For volume 15 alone you should read the FMA manga immediately! A whole chunk of it got left out or only glossed over in Brotherhood (and, of course, wasn’t even present in the 2003 anime).
Fullmetal Alchemist Volumes 1-27
Reason to read (and buy!) FMA: Hiromu Arakawa’s gorgeous (cover) art.
Volume 8, chapter 32: Emissary from the East p.88-90
Like brother, like sister :p ?
May Chang’s manga introduction <3 is vastly different than her introduction in episode 15 of Brotherhood (more panels to come!)
Volume 8, chapter 32: Emissary from the East p.94-100You know what’s great about May Chang’s manga introduction?
You little miss badass you
Sadly: not included in episode 15 (her anime introduction) of Brotherhood.
Volume 11, chapter 42: The father standing before a grave p.27-28
In Brotherhood they gave the ‘prince reaction shot’ to Ed and Al in (episode 15 ) instead of Winry and Al. Also: no funny Ling-proposed-to-Winry-and-got-wrenched-scene in ep 20 :C
Volume 11, chapter 42: The fater standing before a grave p.16