- Tapa blanda: 5248 páginas
- Editor: Viz LLC; Edición: 01 (1 de diciembre de 2011)
- Colección: Fullmetal Alchemist
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1421541955
- ISBN-13: 978-1421541952
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº25.953 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top 100 en Libros en idiomas extranjeros)
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FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST BOX SET (C: 1-0-1) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – Cofre, 1 dic 2011
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By Hiromu Arakawa This best selling series is now available in a complete box set! Includes volumes 1-27, plus extras such as Fullmetal Alchemist Novel: The Ties That Bind and a full-color, two-sided poster. Over a 20% savings over buying the individual
Biografía del autor
Born in Hokkaido (northern Japan), Hiromu Arakawa first attracted national attention in 1999 with her award-winning manga Stray Dog. Her series Fullmetal Alchemist debuted in 2001 in Square Enix's monthly manga anthology Shonen Gangan.
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La caja es bellísima, y, además del manga propiamente dicho, viene con un póster y el libro The Ties that Bind (este libro no es manga).
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What you get, and comments about each:
(If I seem to nitpick, then sorry, but I like to be extremely specific and thorough, letting you know precisely what I received.)
I. All 27 Volumes of the Fullmetal Alchemist Manga in Paperback
--1. These aren't new editions or anything, they're the same versions you can already purchase individually from VizMedia, but all in one set for one heck of a price! The set also includes Volume 27, which has yet to be relased by itself. (UPDATE 1/8/12: IN THE COMMENTS, SOMEONE HAS INFORMED ME THAT THE TRANSLATIONS AND IMAGES ARE A LITTLE DIFFERENT IN SOME PLACES COMPARED TO THE INDIVIDUAL COPIES YOU CAN PURCHASE FROM THE SAME PUBLISHER. I HAD NO IDEA, AND I APOLOGIZE IF THIS MISLED ANYONE!)
--2. Three or four of my books had EXTREMELY tiny, extra pieces of the cover hanging off of the corners on the spines of the books. It's kind of annoying just knowing they're there, but I'm guessing it's normal for paperbacks. But believe me, it's probably not even worth mentioning.
--3. The first 3 books have holographic covers, and the rest do not.
--4. They're right-to-left style, to preserve the orientation of Arakawa's original artwork. I'm an American and have been reading left-to-right my entire life, but I, personally, haven't had an issue with this. I THOUGHT I would, but I simply haven't.
II. A 2-Sided Poster
--1. Both sides can be viewed on this product's homepage in the photo section.
--2. It's folded in fourths, so there's creases. I have mine hung up though and it looks good to me. I barely-to-don't recognize the creases.
--3. Approximately 10"w x 15"h.
III. The Light Novel "The Ties that Bind"
--1. I'm honestly not sure what this is. I did a little research and I guess it's a novelization of some of the manga chapters?... I really don't know. It IS a novel though, meaning pages full of paragraphs of words. There's only like 3 pages with actual pictures.
IV. The Box Itself
--1. Approximately the size of the poster, and 5 inches deep.
--2. Has 2 shelves (one above the other) that house the books quite snugly. It's kinda hard to get them out sometimes.
--3. Has a hinged "door" that protects the books from dust when closed, stays shut with small velcro circles on the right side, and has a handle on top making it much easier to carry around.
--4. You can see the outside design of the box on this product's home page. The inside of the box is basically the same design as the back of the box.
--5. My box arrived with a few small creases and dents in it, but I suppose this is practically unavoidable when shipping across country.
--6. I'd have preferred a horizontally-orientated version of the box and its contents, but it's a very nice box nonetheless, I must say.
Overall, this product is definitely well worth its price and worthy of being passed down the Armstrong line for generations!!!
In any case, described as advertised. Paperback box set with 27 volumes, light novel, and a small poster. And there's velcro to help close the box.
-Group A: duh of course I'm going to buy this I love FMA. I'm just browsing the reviews.
-Group B: I love FMA but this is expensive and i have trouble spending this much money all at once. Maybe I'll buy the volumes one at a time or something..
So let me help you out.. Buy this. You won't regret it. You'll fly through every page of every book. Then let a friend borrow it. Then reread it all again and enjoy every page and every back of the book gag comic. Worth every dollar. Team mustang ftw..
PS. There might be a group C and D, but you should also buy this
Note: The "Brotherhood" adaptation is truer to the manga, I prefer the original adaptation.
The box is really cool, and the poster addition is really nice.
But: (see photos)
I know that it is the fault of the mail, but the box is quite damaged in transit.
Shipping could be more careful, maybe use bubble wrap and not just a simple bag...
Thank you, totally worth buying for those who love the series. :D