Berserk 363 is out and Miura is back with another fairly interesting chapter! It contained quite a long comedic relief stretch, which I hope will turn out to have a purpose in Isidro's development as a character. However, it does have a few things to say about the inhabitants of Elfhelm — but we'll get … Continue reading Analysis of Episode 363 [Spoilers]
This episode is well-paced and impresses with great environments and intricate art. I really love the little banter between the characters so it was quite a fun read as well. What exactly happens in this episode? Read further!
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!
I really dig Schierke and Guts. They are my most favorite duo in any work of fiction. They are both rather introverted and thoughtful personalities capable of change and learning. The interaction between them seems very harmonious and trusting. I absolutely love reading about them evolving to such a wonderful and caring friendship. It’s no … Continue reading How does Guts feel about Schierke?
How did Guts and Casca connect throughout the Golden Age? With this I am analyzing their dynamic unfolding from the waterfall scene and beyond.
Guts is leaving the Hawks at their best. After all battles have been fought and the war has been won, no one truly needed his fighting power anymore, or maybe so he thought. To stop him, Casca calls Griffith to the scene, where they eventually would duel. How this duel plays out and what it says about the characters involved? Read more here!
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!
A few visual parallels I managed to make out in the newest episode.
One of the main reason Guts is one of the sexiest (if not the sexiest) fictional characters ever created is that he appears to be a complex and passionate personality with deep emotions and complex motives. His sex-appeal also lays in the combination of his personality, body language and appearance. While his looks definitely are enthralling, it's really only the frosting on the cake!
I feel like the reason why Casca screams seeing Guts in chapter 359 is similar, yet different from chapter 355. There, it was somehow somewhere connected to Griffith and completely losing her dream of being something invaluable Griffith. In chapter 359 however... it becomes clear to us why she really is having this kind of reaction on seeing Guts.