Reasons to read the FMA manga

Bits and pieces about why the Fullmetal Alchemist manga is worth reading/superior even if you've seen both Broterhood and the 2003 series

Volume 9, chapter 34: The footsteps of a War Comrade p.11-12

Side Note: In my copy of the VIZ manga the text in Ed’s speech bubble (‘What’s wrong with mine?’) and Al’s (‘You’re welcome’) is mistakenly swapped. I’m not sure if they fixed it in later reprints.

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