It is no accident that Fullmetal Alchemist - and the anime it comes from, especially the second, Brotherhood - is among the most beautiful, famous and beloved Shonen titles of all time. Hiromu Arakawa, albeit a newcomer, managed to prepare this story of sacrifice and friendship in 2000 without ever falling into banality.

Arakawa not only crossed the Shonen canons of the time, but also a little philosophy and much more Full metal alchemist where everything was fundamentally and excellently done. It was not only the main characters who shone in the work, but also the minor characters, allies and antagonists. The small group of Homunculus, who first played the role of the series' enemy, immediately invaded the audience.

The first to conquer space among the seven created by the Father was desire, the embodiment of lust. The vice of capital had cornered Mustangs before it came to a bad end. It was the first to disappear from the series. Pugoffka brings her to life in her photos: the Lust cosplay produced by Fullmetal Alchemist lets you admire the character again with their beauty and their ability.

Lust also appeared in the first animated version of Fullmetal Alchemist with a slightly different role. Meanwhile, Arakawa recently returned to work with Yomi no Tsugai.


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