Post your favourite berserk pages/art/panels.
Skull knight dwarfs him
guts's face in this scene chilled me to the bones.
Is there a colored version of this?
But I like the non coloured one more
It was ch306. So somewhere in the 18th century.
Also did he rip-off those B-movie aliens?
The 4 original god hand are all names after pulp sci-fi novels by K. dick and the like.
The official colored pages are pure sex.
It's the replacement SI unit for -15; replacing the old one (Fermi) a scientist who worked on the Manhattan project... so no there's nothing. I've seen arguments having to do with the IOE and "God" steaming from the fact that it's diameter of a proton or a single positive charge, but that's really grasping to me.
Wheres the one where the berserker helmet is rising up over his head?
Perfect embodiment of the rage
also, why did the armor change from pic related to the more animalistic one? is it beacause guts hasnt managed to control it yet?
There are too much to mention. So I'll just post one
Because the armor changes shape with each user, the pevious shape was just a leftover imprint of Skull Knight's rage and shit, the armor's current shape is the shape of the hellhound which is all of Gut's fears and rages and shit.
His art translates to emotion so well.
>still keep the essence of the series after so long
I don't get why people think the fantasy elements mean the tone is shifting. We've seen that it's all meant to be really fucking terrifying to the people.
These parts was fucking amazing.
People think only of the darkest moments and compare everything to that. The extended hiatus and lengthy release times don't help either.
Because people tend to confuse enemies progression and plot progression, some people just want Miura to stick with Guts x Griffith/Apostles horror struggle but then again, he did everything flow logically and progress to the new arc, he can't just keep guts fighting in hell for the eternity it wouldn't make sense.
The essence of perfection search from griffith and guts love/hate is still there and it's all that matters.
Dark Horse only, and if it isn't released yet EvilGenius, other wise you're getting poorly translated shit.
Honestly, after putting out 2 chapters a month without a break for 14 years, I can put up with all the hiatuses that Berserk has now. No normal person could draw something like this >>116358635 every two weeks without burning out.
You mean this batman?
hmm.. I remember one that had it just about to slide over his head. You could still see his face but the helmet was closing over his head like a pair of jaws
what is gatz afraid of? Wasn't it just fear of not killing grithfifthf
it's happened a few times i think.
It's been over half way done for a while now. It's most likely going to wind down to final encounter between Guts and Griffith but there's probably a lot of world building left before that stage. At least I hope there is, I want to know much more about SKull Knight before it's over.
There was an interview about 6 years ago where he said he was about 60% finished.
Griffiths got his kingdom, Casca is getting healed, and if Guts chooses, he's finally going after Griffith. I think it will last for another 10 volumes or so, but then again how close did the fans think they were to the end when Griffith was reborn?
>Guts killing a dragon with his Dragonslayer
>Party finally gets back to mainland
>Swept up into a group of refugees heading for Falconia
>suddenly a dragon attacks
>meanwhile Band of the Hawk are heading over to swoop in and save the day
>they find a crowd of people watching in awe as Gut's steps off the dragon's mangled corpse.
>The Hawk's face when
I like how Miura sneaks in retarded humor.
It's hard not to get pissed off at him. He's the most stuck up asshole in the series.
>Stylin' like a mother fucker.
He just doesn't compromise. He doesn't even have assistants like many others.
Guts was born of a corps. It's part of the "struggler " and supposed to be dead/sacrificed thematics that make up his character.
No. It would have felt extremely rushed. Casca is still intellectually impaired, Griffith is still not dead, Guts and Casca still have not yet had tender, consensual, healing sexy time, etc.
Lost Children would be a great, concise story if shown from Jill's POV.
But no it wouldn't have worked well as a climax to Guts journey. Too much time has been spent getting us invested in Guts' journey for an ending like that.
Going by Guts' last chapter, healing Casca definitely takes top priority over anything else. People are just so worried about the series being concluded that they kind of forget that in favor of Guts killing Griffith and getting it done and over with, which would be simple if Griffith wasn't basically a demi-god and Guts didn't have a million other things to fight (up to and including himself) before even finding out where he is.
If they HAD to condense a post-Eclipse TV anime, Lost Children would most likely be the arc to introduce Guts and Puck, and even then that's shaky. All I (and, by extension we) want is to see either the female Apostle dying the way she lived (exploding with men inside her) or Farnese defiling the Dragonslayer's innocence. Plus silly Casca shenanigans, that's always fun.
Don't even know if Guts and Griffith should fight any more.
In the third movie the female Apostle is a woman one second and her true form the next, so it either transformed a la Zodd or the female body is just like a chrysalid. The latter is my headcanon.
I think that was meant to represent Void's manifestation. Just about everyone relevant to the plot (sans Hellhound, IoE, the kid
and maybe Casca's true self) was present for the World Transformation.
There's something you don't see everyday on /a/. Got any others?
Wrong. The armor changes because Guts has a supernatural dog fucking with his Od.
Unless you think the wound Slan inflicted on Guts is totally natural and part of Guts' character. All that did was give the beast an outlet into controlling Guts even more.
We don't know what the dog is.
All we know is that it started appearing after the Eclipse and it's so entwined with Guts now that it's a part of him.
2000 years of murderous rage in Guts' bloodline. That's what made him go Apostle hunting with little to no regard for the people he cared about. The wrath of chaos called for him, itching.
Ok, that's enough headcanons for today.
Everyone jokes that the hellhound is all talk and gets beaten by kids. But really the only thing that stops it is the will to protect Casca (and by extension her child) and the fact that we're only just beginning to see that dark part of guts getting ready to take over means that whatever happens on elf island isn't going to defeat it. Hellhound isn't ready to be abandoned/concluded as a character so I'm a little worried what that means for curing casca.
Hasn't the Dog been around since the Golden age as the personification of Guts' inner turmoil that later manifests through his Od?
The dog is technically an Ideal being, created from the negative emotions swelling in Guts' heart from the Eclipse, much like how IoE was created from humanity's. I say Ideal due to it still needing a conduit in the form of the Berserk armor in order to manifest. If it was Astral, everyone on the boat would already be dead.
Most of that is just speculation rather than concrete evidence, though. The Ideal world will still need to be introduced somewhere down the line, but an infodump by the Elf King or whoever wouldn't work.
This is the correct answer. hellhound isn't a supernatural entity it's the revenge fuelled part of guts that he locked away when he decided he would devote himself to protecting Casca.
The eclipse and following years have practically driven Guts schizophrenic.
There's also Little witch academia girl holding it back, things might go awry if she's incapacitated.
What will happen if Casca dies?
or leaves Guts for Griffith and he kill her ?
or she joins Griffith and Guts in rage attacks and kill her only to find out she was being manipulated by Griffith ?
All hell will break loose
Oh yeah, I forgot to add that the whole notion of Guts being a mad dog was created by Casca when she got pissed off at him for going out of line again. However, Gambino was always big on the dog metaphors with the people around him, viewing Sys as a loyal mate (Dogs keep their partners for life) before calling her a bitch when she takes Guts in. Then, when she dies, he views him as a rabies-infested mutt who follows him around like a lonely puppy.
It's usually worst during nights of the full moon, but guess who shows up then?
The first time she calmed him down was only after she convinced him he was "the protector of the branded girl". Since then I assume she's been using the same technique to focus him.
Casca dying would be the end of Guts. He would most likely just bullrush back towards Griffith alone and get himself killed on the way or fight berserk until he bled himself dry.
Then if Schierke is lucky she may be able to sew his soul into some armour like flora did for Skull Knight.
I genuinely think that, because Casca is the only thing holding Guts back from giving into the armor completely (in the sense that his entire future rests on her recovery) she may play a big role in Guts finally taming it. A big part of these emotions welling up in the first place was because Guts never talked to anybody about what happened, and he still hasn't told anyone about his or Casca's pasts. That's all well and good to stop the new party from getting too close, but at the same time, he's made himself vulnerable. Casca is the only one he can really talk to at this point, so if something happens to her, like she can't recover or an accident occurs and she dies, then there really is no hope of Berserk having a happy ending. Casca definitely needs to talk to Guts too about her problems, she's tackling them by running away from reality entirely instead of trying to suppress those feelings through killing lots of shit.
You know, there are skeletons inside all of us.
I feel like this is one of the best recent pages in Berserk, since it conveys so much in a few images.
I always thought that the Berserker armour took his flesh and bled him dry (as it's slowly doing to Guts) and that's why he's a skeleton.
I fucking love the way he devours himself
If the Brand fucked up Guts' Od then doesn't that mean the hellhound is a product of the Brand? The demons said that the hellhound was very similar to them after all.
Unless Guts was half apostle since he was born.
No doubt that if anybody is going to stop hellhound, it's Casca. But from what we've seen hellhound is still growing and getting ready to take over. I don't have the page on me, but when Schierke learnt how to help Guts control the armour and hellhound started appearing bound in chains in Gut's dreams, it said that it would feign servitude while waiting for the chance to take over. That was on the boat and we still haven't had a chance to see the full extent Hellhound potentially has over guts, meaning that if Casca defeats the hellhound, it won't be on the island immediately after she's cured. hellhound will get one last hurrah and things may get pretty dark.
Griffith used the Egg Apostle to be reincarnated.
Having Lil' Slugger absorbed as well was unintended and will be the key to defeating Griffith in the future.
He used the child to be born into the terrestrial/physical/whatever world. It's unclear if Griffith has removed that part of him or not. something happened on the sword hill where he was unsure if he would still have feelings towards his "parents".
The elf/child is also unclear and sure to be explained on elfhiem. I think it's something to do with the unborn son but others think it could be the elf king watching over them.
Griffith has the kid's body, which means that he's vulnerable to acting on the child's instincts rather than his own, but the actual soul of the child is suspected to be the one that shows up every full moon. There's no real answer, but to be honest, the Elf King envoy/avatar explanation seems like a red herring due to Schierke's lack of knowledge about Guts and Casca being parents to lil' Slugger.
The brand also fucked up Casca's OD, but she doesn't have any personifications of her wildest emotions.
She already forgave him in volume 33, but it's off-panel. You can tell because she no longer minds having to stay in a room alone with him, and doesn't growl angrily at him when he stares back at her. Because the background behind Casca no longer trusting Guts was toned down to her simply fearing him for strangling her, she forgives him immediately after they escape from Flora's burning mansion.
It's pretty cute.
Skip to 1:08:38.
>Griffith only reincarnated with the child because the egg apostle ate it.
>the egg apostle only ate the child because it appeared at the tower
>the child only appeared at the tower because of magical demon powers
>the child only got magical demon powers because Griffith raped Casca
Griffith always fucks himself over when he acts irrational.
>implying casca doesn't have her very own hellhound
Her hellhound makes her retarded. You know when 2 rowdy dogs meet and they start barking and snapping at eachother? That's the relationship between Guts' hellhound and Casca's hellhound. That's why they don't like eachother.
I'm sure he had some idea of how Guts was going to lose his arm and eye, plus he made her as his type of woman. Brown tomboy kuuderes, how specific.
We all agreed on Spas Cas. Doesn't take as long to type out, Guts wouldn't bisect you if you called her that within his hearing range, and besides, retard's a pretty ugly word to call a girl as cute as her. Am I right or am I right?
Do you think Skully's horse is the only horse in Berserk with any moral fiber?
Except she's actually retarded. Spaz implies she has adhd.
>implying Guts and Casca are going to have sexy healing time
>implying it won't be more of Guts' extreme suffering due to the fact that the only thing he's found worth protecting and staying with in his life doesn't remember him and instinctively fears him
>implying Guts' won't continue to sacrifice what's left of his humanity to save her until he is no longer human, just the shell of an emotionless, worn-out warrior
Jesus, man. I can't contain these feelings.
You go onto a dementia ward to visit your grandmother and see fourteen or fifteen people acting like her. Do you call them all retarded?
Insanity, mental regression, a loli in an adult's body. Call it what you want, but you ain't getting these outtakes if you're going to keep calling her that.
You aren't imagining the feelings that would happen in the event of her recovery. They're pretty bad.
>implying Casca won't hate herself upon seeing what Guts has become for her sake
>implying Casca won't accuse herself of abandoning Guts in order to wallow in her own sadness
>implying Casca won't try to resume the physical aspect of their relationship, only to break down in tears and saying "I'm sorry" over and over while on top of him, naked
>in the event of her recovery
The delusion is real
>Casca breaking down after realizing what Guts has gone through
>Tries to have a physical relationship with Guts, but he's too weak and is in too much pain to do so from all of his sacrifices
>she sees his fucked up body and can't contain her sadness
>he's too far gone emotionally and can't feel "love" for her anymore, just his anger and urge to protect her
When all of this frustration is directed towards Griffith (or whoever takes it in the end), I won't be able to handle myself.
I'm >>116365837 and >>116366327
I would read the shit out of books like these. There's something about deep emotional burdens that really give me a sad-boner. I don't know what it is, but it's insanely cathartic.
I didn't mean deep as in "deep" writing.
It's the emotions felt that are "deep". They're powerful, and make you step back and take time to process and think through them. That's the part I enjoy.
>Not having evolved beyond emotions
Two, actually. One of them is Casca complaining that the voice director had her make the same two EEEEEH EEEEEEH noises over and over again while calling the bit where Guts stabs his arm off "pretty gross", while the other outtake has her wondering what she should say to Guts before shouting I LOVE YOU GUTS and then squeaking it again afterwards. First film also has her doing a pretty cute British accent that would give Troy Baker a run for his money.
As for Griffith, I think he only gets one outtake where he relishes in delight at finally getting to speak in the third film after one hour of Guts making dolphin noises while going down on Casca, only to get BTFO'd by Void. He thinks Femto is a girl's name, or a good name for a disease. Griffith doesn't sing either, but Void certainly has a lovely voice.
From the beginning. No shortcuts.
From the beginning, No seriously don't skip anything, it's just too amazing to skip.
If you will then Golden Age Arc is from vol 3-13
I strongly suggest start at the beginning as many things were left out of the anime
Why should I, when you just called me a faggot? If you want these ripped, and from a BD no less, you need some patience and devotion to our sweet savior. If you can wait for new chapters, you can wait on this.
I know Miura talks about Hieronymus Bosche being a reference/inspration for him but like...
That's a direct rip on Bosch's Hell.
I feel as if that image sums up everything currently wrong with Berserk.
Griffith can't touch Rickert.
Rickert slapped the shit out of the man who was supposed to be untouchable.
More like a homage. Considering the time it was painted corresponds to the setting and time Berserk takes place.
It also nicely signals the beginning of the apocalypse without mentioning it.
>tfw you realised that the ending of Berserk will be similar to the ending of American Beauty.
>Guts dies in a glory of a battle with a smile
Remember you first red it here.
I understand, and that's unfair of me, yet at the moment I have nothing to rip the BDs with due to my computer's CD drive fucking up. I ordered a new one from the Chinese manga mafia, so that will take a month, but please be patient. In the meantime, I'll get to transcribing the Eiko Tanaka interview in the extras, that might have some interesting tidbits. Apparently in the DVD commentary for the first film, she had certain things with Casca added (such as her punching Guts for crippling her horse and petting the horses in her introduction after the three year timeskip) because she thought Casca was the type of person who loves animals.
Not at all, she actually started crying the moment she was forced to watch him being dogpiled by Apostles and having his eye gouged out. Anyway, it's common sense that you wouldn't want your loved ones to see you getting raped while they can't do anything about it, so she pleaded for him not to watch. I think that was more for his sake than for hers.
Casca was convinced they were both going to die horribly immediately after. And had Skull Knight not intervened, she would have been right.
It's probably that she didn't want Guts last moments to be as awful as hers, like if Guts closed his eyes, she would take comfort in knowing he died not having to see something horrible.
All this talk about rape makes me wonder, does Casca know that Guts was raped? Did he tell her everything, or just a little bit about Gambino? It's been awhile since I've read the manga.
Do you think Guts' eye would have still been gouged out if he closed his eyes like she asked?
Yeah, Guts told her that Gambino sold him out to a "pig bastard", but Casca initially mistook it for Gambino himself having assaulted him. I think it was very sweet of her to just listen to Guts and be so understanding of him like that, when men are normally very afraid to share that trauma with others. I think Guts feared that Casca would see him as being dirty.
>Yeah, Guts told her that Gambino sold him out to a "pig bastard", but Casca initially mistook it for Gambino himself having assaulted him. I think it was very sweet of her to just listen to Guts and be so understanding of him like that, when men are normally very afraid to share that trauma with others. I think Guts feared that Casca would see him as being dirty.
In real life woman would friendzone Guts for being weak. Society sees this as a weakness when a man talk openly about his problems.
Yeah, well. Casca is progressive.
Guts cried a lot. I think this is one of the few times he really lets himself go about his feelings. Post-Eclipse, he's either stoic, depressed or angry as fuck.
>>meanwhile Band of the Hawk are heading over to swoop in and save the day
Anon, but Guts' Party is the true Band of the Hawk.
How will Casca be when she comes back to normal? How will she react to being raped, will she even remember it? Will she still have memories from the 2-3 years she spent being all crazy and whatnot? Will she hate Guts?
Nah, Guts is going to go in to Casca's mind and she's gonna be all like "naw I'll think I'll stay here" and Guts will smack that bitch and be all like "muh power of friendship you gotta be strong Casca i luv u babbeh" And then they will fuck, and then the final arc will start.
>How will Casca be when she comes back to normal?
I think normal's stretching it. Coming back means she'll have to face all her problems.
>How will she react to being raped, will she even remember it?
She most likely will. After all, if she can't remember a single thing about the Eclipse, then that will deny her of the development she badly needs. Facing the reality of what's happened in the first step to dealing with her loss.
>Will she still have memories from the 2-3 years she spent being all crazy and whatnot?
I don't think so. If I found out that I had miscarried my child after all that, I'd want to run away again. I think the Sea God arc showed how close the jRPG party is now, and Casca's recovery might change the balance of it due to all the new characters she'll have to interact with and form relationships with. Puck will probably be the first of the party to really reach out to her, which would work well for her considering that he knew Judeau.
>Will she hate Guts?
No. She's more likely going to hate herself.
Meh, you're halfway there. Guts entering her mind would be the best way to recover her without directly imposing on her will.
Fuck, someone already post it above, I didn't look, I'll go with this one then
This is the first and only time I will probably talk to someone from /v/, so carry the message back that y'all are assholes who consistently do terrible things and should feel terrible. Abandon that place. It's literally worse than Griffith.
They are the official couple of the series.
>so official that even their kid pushes them together
>at Elfhelm, safest place on the planet
>so somewhere in the 18th century
Got me good fucker, laughed my ass off.
Still my favourite page of all time. The picture has depth that drawings shouldn't be able to produce.
Muira is an incredibly talented artist, we're all very lucky he decided to draw manga.
What's everyone's favorite arc?
I personally love the Retribution arc.
Lost children and Retribution, I loved Spepico and Farnese's introductions.Also best grill
The fun starts pretty much with Farnese and Serpico, as >>116388343 says. Then Retribution/Trolls/Flora and it starts losing intensity with the boat. The Griffith vs Ganishka parts were pretty good too.
Right now I only want Zood, Skullknight and Rakshas to get developed. i'm a bit intrigued by Locus, he will probably do something important in the "near" (story time) future.
What's the funniest page in Berserk?
My vote is this one mostly for that final panel of Isidro and Guts getting in a barfight.
Femto is physically based on this guy from Phantom of the Paradise. I guess the similarity between Phantom, Femto.. Maybe has something to do with it.
Really? Thats one of the most awesome fucking things about berserk. Like, when you want to get someone to read it, you say
"Yeah the MC was born from his mothers corpse while she was hung"
the only way it could have been better is if he was >>116362484
still on the umbilical cord
I'm new to Berserk. can some please explain the bag thing to me?
He has more fighting skills than Isidro.
Guts has nice fucking bags, and due to his attention to detail or whatever Miura has a decent amount of seemingly unneccessary panels where Guts moves his bags out of the way in the middle of stuff. Some fans were able to read the subtext in these panels and reveal the true meaning of these panels: everyone clearly wants Guts' bags.
I assume it's because Mira puts a lot more detail than most into his outfits including bags and packs.
This is old as fuck and I've seen it reposted hundreds of times, but I laugh every time. I guess Berserkfags had to develop something to ease the pain from the eternal breaks.
Why does Miura only draw beautiful women being raped?
All the girls being raped in his panels have attractive faces and 10/10 bodies.
But surely there are ugly women in the Berserk world.
Did he get rejected by a beautiful girl so he takes out his anger by drawing beautiful girls being raped?
I like Isidro as a character, but he still hasn't even come to terms with the fact that he'll have to kill people if he wants to fight.
I wouldn't be surprised if the end of Guts' journey makes him realise that being a swordsman isn't fun, cool or adventurous and he decides to move on from that dream and do something that doesn't involve having to kill people.
Can someone post the two-page where Guts arrives to save retard Casca at the Baphomet prostitute orgy, where they thought Casca was a priestess?
His cape is billowing and Casca looks up in awe.
he had a mini crisis when he first attacked the pirate (i think that was the first human being he ever had to fight).
Then there's also when Guts and Serpico had the duel in the pillar room. He was trying to get them to admit that they weren't going completely all-out on each other and Guts just tells him that that's what being a swordsman is like.
As a longtime fan of Conan I have to say Guts would fucking kill him. The Dragonslayer is just ridiculous. Also Berserk seems closer to Michael Moorcock stuff than Robert Howard stuff.
The beginning. There's a whole arc before Golden Age that actually introduces the real storyline well before going into flashback. And Golden Age itself had alot cut out, even for the TV series which had more content than the movies. Pretty much everything is just more well done also.
I quickly reread the scene and he does keep slicing their arms and legs until Mule shows up and starts wasting them left and right, which gets another reaction from him.
>start Berserk last week
>get caught up
I chose this hell
Isidro and Schierke (OTP) is Miura not wanting to draw edgy shit after 20 years of drawing depressing and violent edgy shit.
A man can change a lot over 20 years.
He just wants characters who can be happy in fantasy land, not torture and rape land.
Found it for ya you lazy ass.
It's when Guts is still in the prison cell, moments before Puck brings the keys.
Except the fantasy land is fucking horrifying too. I think it's more of wanting a perspective change. Guts has always been desensitized and Puck is finally used to seeing insane shit get killed, so they need some fresh characters to react to shit. Also the second elf is somehow more annoying than Puck, fuck her.
I would disagree with you in that it isn't a separate entity. Born from Guts' vengeance, yeah, but it's since become independent of him in the sense that if guts died, I think the dog would live on as either a spirit, or something to control the armour.
I think Miura always intended to have the story grow from a revenge tale into something more hopeful. Rickert seems to be being held up as the ideal person in that regard in that rather than run away from the past or throwing everything away for revenge, he simply did what he could by creating a memorial for the Hawks and went back to looking after what he still had.
Also Schierke and Isidro are adorable
Retribution's final fight against the false apostle priest was pretty underwhelming even though it shouldn't have been. There wasn't anything clever or badass about the fight, it was just Guts tanking hits until he won.
Great arc nonetheless. Even though Lost Children is pretty much filler when you look at it in hindsight, it still had the most exhausting (in a good way) apostle fights in the series.
The final fight in retribution was underwhelming because it was overshadowed by Miura showing everyone in the party's first reaction to an Apostle level enemy. Also that last part where Guts flips the priest over with his sword was pretty cool.
"Your dad killed your mom and wants to kill you too now, and you're upset about that? Just kill yourself you stupid baby"
Guts has so much recurring potential to be the edgiest character ever but somehow isn't. Is Miura magical?
He is delusional.
But women generally do not want men who show considerable amounts of emotion.
However, nobody is going to show anything but sympathy for someone who got raped as a child.
>women generally do not want men who show considerable amounts of emotion
While true that doesn't really apply since she'd known him for years and this was probably the first time he'd ever shown her any emotion.
>nobody is going to show anything but sympathy for someone who got raped as a child
Nobody but Gambino.
>Isidro and Schierke
Sod that noise; Isidro and fishety maiden FTW!
I was wondering how the group is going to respond when they find out Guts is planning to kill the new god emperor of mankind, but then I realised none of them would second guess it.
>Farnese and Schierke both know about the Hawk of Darkness prophecy and can figure out what's at stake.
>Serpico will follow Farnese wherever
>Isidro will follow Guts wherever
The hardest part might be convincing Guts and Casca to get moving again when they're finally safe together.
I think it's the age, partly too. She feels so old and mature. Like a caring mother or an older sister. I mean look at the way she brings Guts back from the brink. That's not how a child does things, the way she soothes him is like, decades into marriage tier.
hopefully this has been posted
my absolute favorite
I mean, compare the beastly shit that the hawk's raider did. And then look at the beastly shit he's seen Guts do. And then look at the fact that they both used giantass swords. I mean, Guts didn't even change his name. How does he not know what the Raider's captain was called Guts?
Didn't Isidro think the captain killed 1000 men or some other exaggerated number? Could be that he's idolised Guts so much that the real deal doesn't even match up to his expectations.
whats the best place to read Berserk? Bato seems to have a big chunk missing for english
But Guts now probably could kill 1000 men is the funny thing. He's killed several hundreds of monsters and soldiers alike on several occassions. His most legendary feat isn't that big of a deal now.
Why does this moment stand out to every other time Guts has been saved/helped? I can't figure it out.
I really love the image of Guts with the hood on, it's fucking rad. It's really early but still great.
Because this is the most mythical fantasy shit to happen to him yet. Normally his post victory collapses look like look like someone surviving one more night in hell, this one looks like he's some mythical hero about to ascend to Valhalla.
This smile, goddamn Miura you have to protect it
So how the hell does the Behelit sword work? Flora said the volume before that behelits are just stones without actual power, they're just the focus for a shit ton of the Godhands fate bullshit, so how do you use them to make a portal sword?
>The dying anon clutches weakly to Guts' leg before he delivers the finishing blow
>"T-the final edidtion of the manga, p-please place it by my grave"
Great so far. If you like Berserk, you'll probably enjoy it for the setting alone. A bit more colourful, but it's more mature than your average fantasy anime.
Also has a fantastic father/son relationship going on.
>>Will she hate Guts?
>No. She's more likely going to hate herself.