Comment on Fire Scars

  1. Selim is an unnerving as ever. It was a toss up at the conclusion of the manga whether he would be a "normal" child or not (though it was hoped that he would at least be safe in that he was raised by and to respect humans). It seems here that, like Greed, he's retained at least fragments of the memories of his previous incarnation.

    Roy and Ed's diner-dive meet up was both tense and hilarious. I love Ed's choice to play with his food (so very him). Let's see if Ed can convince the Snow Queen to act against the fuhrer a second time.

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