The way SK has been portrayed in episode 359 was very suspicious. Why did Miura decide to depict him that way? Did he do that just to create a dramatic build-up, or is there something more behind it?
Let's face it: this website wouldn't be anything without you, the reader. An orchestra without an audience is empty and meaningless. When I created my tumblr blog about 3 years ago (this website followed shortly after that in the same year) I created it with a goal: To make people understand how deep and genius … Continue reading How you can help creating this website – and a book!
After a long hiatus Episode 360 has finally struck the Berserk fanbase. What happens in this episode is building up towards healing deep wounds, but also final battle preparations!
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!
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]
An analysis of what is happening in the recent Berserk episode 358.
With this episode it is finally established that Griffith and the Moonlight Boy share the same body - a theory that has been around ever since 2006. Compared to the other instances, Miura has made it quite obvious for us this time.
If you have not heard already, the French journal La Figaro interviewed Kentaro Miura, author of Berserk, regarding the more recent chapters and the future of Berserk. Given the couple of prediction posts I have written recently, this will be an interesting addition to get an idea where the story of Berserk will go on … Continue reading Recent Interview of Kentaro Miura by French journal “La Figaro”