This article is a practical breakdown of how Miura's drawing processes might look like: He goes through different stages and between each, he is copying/tracing his own drawings. Find out more here!
This perhaps seems like a stretch at first. BUT! There is a solid basis for this. You will see it once you carefully look at what is being depicted and in what order the events unfold. This post complements another article I've written here: Demon Infant, Moonlight Boy and Griffith - how do they relate? … Continue reading Why the Demon Infant was reborn during the Rebirth Ceremony
In this post I'm going to dive deeper into the origins of the Demon Infant and how and why he changed into the Moonlight Boy - and we're going to find out why him assuming human form actually makes a lot of sense, and that Femto is actually possessing his body.
This post is going into (almost) every detail for anyone who dares imitating his art and writing: I'm going to dig into the tools he uses, his planning process and how the visual means he uses affect the reader on an emotional level. It will also show you why exactly both Miura's art and writing is one of a kind.
Taking a look at the art in previous arcs and compare it to newer ones. Given the recent interview by Natalie Comics, we'll find out the reason why the style has changed recently is the involvement of his assistants!
Farnese's character was shook and burnt down a couple of times before she eventually ended up joining Guts on his travels. She mostly invoked the change on her own during rebirth scene, but through Guts' subtle guidance after she joined him she found purpose and meaning. How this happened you can read in this article!
Casca is back! This is such an amazing thing to see. People are worried about the state of Guts and Casca in this chapter; but as I will show you - the fact they cannot see each other is challenge, but they both still care for and understand each other. In my opinion, this is … Continue reading Back on the Battlefield! [Episode 359 Spoilers]
The short answer is, the Beast of Darkness is like a link to the Idea of Evil (assuming it's still canon), laying inside of Guts' subconsciousness. It is both part of him and part of the Idea of Evil. That also means Guts giving into it or not is still in his might and also … Continue reading What is the Beast of Darkness?
To answer this question we must take a look at his origins and later examine his actions and function in the story. We will see that Skull Knight is strongly connected to those contesting fate giving us an insight how destiny and causality works in the world of Berserk. Early in the manga it is … Continue reading Who is Skull Knight and what is he planning?
An analysis of what is happening in the recent Berserk episode 358.