Full Metal Panic! Volume 1

Full Metal Panic! Volume 1[PDF] ✐ Full Metal Panic! Volume 1 ⚦ Shouji Gatou – Bluevapours.co.uk Popular high school student Kaname Chidori is believed by a group of terrorists to have special powers, and even if she doesn t want it, Sosuke Sagara of Mithril is going to protect her and the myster Popular high Panic! Volume MOBI õ school student Kaname Chidori is believed by a group of terrorists to have special powers, and even if she doesn t want it, Sosuke Sagara of Mithril is going to protect her and the mysterious documents entrusted to them.

Shoji Gatoh Panic! Volume MOBI õ , born on July , , is a Japanese author from Shiga Prefecture, Japan He is best known for the creation of the Full Metal Panic series that included light novels, manga and anime He is not only an author but also an anime scenarist, for example The Full Metal PDF/EPUB ² Day of Sagittarius of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and three episodes of Lucky Star.

Full Metal Panic! Volume 1 Epub ¶ Full Metal
  • Paperback
  • 162 pages
  • Full Metal Panic! Volume 1
  • Shouji Gatou
  • English
  • 09 November 2019
  • 1413900011

10 thoughts on “Full Metal Panic! Volume 1

  1. Bradley says:

    I doubt the author intended for Full Metal Panicto shine a light on military personnel not necessarily fitting in with civilian society which is distinctly the problem of upholding a martial caste This is a parody of that It works,so when you realize that Japan is the setting It s also important to note that the soldier here is not a veteran but on active duty in a high school as the war zone The first volume sets itself up to feel like a humorous parody It IS a parody Yet the b I doubt the author intended for Full Metal Panicto shine a light on military personnel not necessarily fitting in with civilian society which is distinctly the problem of upholding a martial caste This is a parody of that It works,so when you realize that Japan is the setting It s also important to note that the soldier here is not a veteran but on active duty in a high school as the war zone The first volume sets itself up to feel like a humorous parody It IS a parody Yet the background evokes a cold seriousness like a disturbed hive of bees that you can hear and not see I very much would like to see the size of the swarm Until next volume

  2. Ashley (Bound to Love YA) says:

    I m just going to review this whole manga collection at once, because you ll read this so dang fast you ll be done before you know it Full Metal Panic has EVERYTHING And I mean EVERYTHING You want action packed, kick ass fight scenes Done You want science fiction with a hint of the supernatural Done You want massive gundam style war machines Done You want a cute, quirky romance that grows into somethingDone You want hilarious Done You want a special ops kid genius trying I m just going to review this whole manga collection at once, because you ll read this so dang fast you ll be done before you know it Full Metal Panic has EVERYTHING And I mean EVERYTHING You want action packed, kick ass fight scenes Done You want science fiction with a hint of the supernatural Done You want massive gundam style war machines Done You want a cute, quirky romance that grows into somethingDone You want hilarious Done You want a special ops kid genius trying and failing ridiculously to fit in at a regular high school in order to protect a lovely, tough girl with dormant powers from those who would kidnap and use her as a tool of destruction Well that s oddly specific, butok, DONE This manga had me rolling on the ground laughing, holding my breath in suspense, and throwing the book across the room in anguish in equal turns Don t miss this series or the anime

  3. Lord says:

    The main problem about this manga is that it s an adaptation of the novel and anime and as such it simply can t be better than the original work Add the ugly artwork and you get mediocre manga at best.

  4. Jeffrey says:

    While I enjoyed the anime series of the same title, and thus know the major plot arc, the first volume of this series is underwhelming The opening gambit is clumsily executed and character introductions leave a bit to be desired Still, I liked the volume overall and will read the next one.

  5. Ernest says:

    I had read this a long time ago, but as I did not remember anything, it was as if I was reading it for the first time The art and characters were passingly interesting, but the manga as a whole did not draw me in enough to continue reading it.

  6. E.A. says:

    I don t know about this one, I kept seeing it around so I picked it up But, it s weird and well, I just don t know about it yet I m not dawned into it like normal, so I don t think I read the other vols.

  7. Donald Trump (Parody) says:

    You know I was reading those Full Metal Alchemists, and I just couldn t get enough of em I told Barron to get online and buy every last fuckin one of them Gave him my credit card and everything But the little twerp goes and buys a bunch of shit off this Star Wars Battlefront game I scream at him about where my fuckin china comics are and he tells me he ordered them already Won t even look at me I tell ya he sits way too close to that TV I wait a week and the fuckin books finally get he You know I was reading those Full Metal Alchemists, and I just couldn t get enough of em I told Barron to get online and buy every last fuckin one of them Gave him my credit card and everything But the little twerp goes and buys a bunch of shit off this Star Wars Battlefront game I scream at him about where my fuckin china comics are and he tells me he ordered them already Won t even look at me I tell ya he sits way too close to that TV I wait a week and the fuckin books finally get here but the weirdo got me the wrong ones Christ I screamed Boy can t even fuckin spell No child of mine No way

  8. Daniell Marsh says:

    I haven t read any books by this author before and was interested to see what it was about I actually picked up this book from the library to read for a challenge I there were part that I felt like I was missing some part of the story on was farther in the series than I was I even double checked that it was book one In some ways I felt sorry for the main character as it seemed that she had no privacy I did really like the male character as I felt in some ways he was over looked in his feeli I haven t read any books by this author before and was interested to see what it was about I actually picked up this book from the library to read for a challenge I there were part that I felt like I was missing some part of the story on was farther in the series than I was I even double checked that it was book one In some ways I felt sorry for the main character as it seemed that she had no privacy I did really like the male character as I felt in some ways he was over looked in his feeling as he dealt with things There was parts that made me laugh and overall those things were minor enough that it didn t effect my over all enjoyment I will be checking outof this series and author

  9. Dalaney says:

    I got this from one of my mom s friends so this wasn t something I would normally pick up There s some fan service so if you re not a fan of partial nudity then I wouldn t suggest it Personally, I m just not into these types of manga, but it s still a decent storyline I don t think I will continue series unless I have the rest the other series I enjoy collecting.

  10. Kathleen says:

    This is a very silly manga wherein a young soldier is protecting an ordinary Japanese high school student So when someone slips a note in her locker, he blows them up It s the only way to deal with such a phenomenal threat Cute, for the most part We ll see where it leads.

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