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Created by Kenturo Miura, Berserk is manga mayhem to the extreme – violent, horrifying, and mercilessly funny – and the wellspring for the internationally popular anime series. Not for the squeamish or the easily offended, Berserk asks for no quarter – and offers none!

His name is Guts, the Black Swordsman, a feared warrior spoken of only in whispers. Bearer of a gigantic

His name is Guts, the Black Swordsman, a feared warrior spoken of only in whispers. Bearer of a gigantic sword, an iron hand, and the scars of countless battles and tortures, his flesh is also indelibly marked with The Brand, an unholy symbol that draws the forces of darkness to him and dooms him as their sacrifice. But Guts won’t take his fate lying down; he’ll cut a crimson swath of carnage through the ranks of the damned – and anyone else foolish enough to oppose him! Accompanied by Puck the Elf, more an annoyance than a companion, Guts relentlessly follows a dark, bloodstained path that leads only to death…or vengeance.
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    Eisnein

    Berserk: A Super-Dick Slaughterama the Whole Family Can Enjoy (Except Grandma and Grampa. And the Kids. And Probably the Significant Other. You Might Not Like if Either.)

    [NOTE: This is really a review of the entire series. Reviewing every single volume sounds like one of those repetitive, mindless exercises used to break down the ego of a subject prior to brainwashing. Explicit and possibly offensive images and language follow, so don’t scroll down if that sort of thing makes you feel twitchy

    [NOTE: This is really a review of the entire series. Reviewing every single volume sounds like one of those repetitive, mindless exercises used to break down the ego of a subject prior to brainwashing. Explicit and possibly offensive images and language follow, so don’t scroll down if that sort of thing makes you feel twitchy and weird.]

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    Berserk! If I had of discovered this shit when I was a teenager, I probably would’ve suffered a fatal wargasmic stroke. Dark Age mercenaries with massive fucking swords cutting their enemies into bloody quivering chunks on the field of battle! Sorcerors and demonic knights and characters who aren’t all that interested in right and wrong! Huge, anatomically incorrect tits! And the breasts look a bit off on the female characters too!

    Oh yeah! Badly drawn manga-tits! Actually, it’s not too bad by this point. Miura overdoes everything early on, but I’ve seen much worse anatomy in manga:
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    Guts:_____________A Tit-pixie stole my nipples.
    _____________________I’m hideous.
    _________________Can I borrow one of yours?

    Casca: They’re kind of attached.
    ___Maybe yours will grow back.

    Alright, I’ve used up my monthly GR allotment of exclamation marks. Most series get better as they go on, but the truly epic length of Berserk, now over 37 volumes and counting, has yielded a huge leap in artistry. The quality of the art in the second half of the series is light years ahead of the relatively crude renderings of volume 1, and there’s been a gradual refinement to Miura’s storytelling that comes with maturity, greater complexity and restraint, letting the tension build, much sharper character development and pacing.

    Look at that texturing. The choice between this level of beautiful intricacy and computer coloring ain’t no choice at all:
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    That doesn’t mean that volume 1 is terrible, by any means; it’s just not on the same level as Miura’s recent work. The European influence of artists like Francois Schuiten and Moebius is evident from the beginning; but it’s particularly clear in the beautifully rendered battlefield sequences of volumes 34 to 36, in which the Band of the Hawk’s war against the god-like Emperor culminates with a stunning transformation, as Griffin’s troops reveal their true demonic selves. The imaginative firepower is very impressive and visually distinctive, with Miura’s clean outlines and controlled hatching making every page a work that could stand alone on it’s visual merits.

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    Taking place in a peculiarly Japanese vision of Medieval Europe, Berserk is a relic of the Dungeons and Dragons-style fantasy boom of the 1980’s. It always manages to make me nostalgic for something I never knew, in the same way the film Akira makes me nostalgic for 80’s science fiction and cell animation. Berserk attracted a huge fan following immediately, and has since become an international multi-media hit, thanks to the anime and the Dark Horse translation of the manga.

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    The sex-and-violence factor has contributed to its popularity, as Guts, the Black Swordsman, goes ‘berserk’ and kills everything that breathes, bi-secting his enemies with an eight-inch wide, six-foot long broadsword that is obviously and ridiculously phallic. While swords can always have phallic associations, it seems like Miura has to be conscious of the exaggerated super-dick fantasy he’s illustrating every time Guts splits another enemy in two. Then there’s the weird, almost-gay rivalry/bromance between Guts and Griffin, the oddly effeminate demon-warlord with a platinum mullet… but that has nothing to do with the early volumes. Or, you know, anything.

    The only thing more obviously phallic is a dick. Guts might as well be swinging around a five foot long dildo:
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    Each volume of Berserk goes by ridiculously fast considering the amount of effort it represents, with the cinematic pacing that is so different from European and American comics. This means that the ‘time-lapse’ between the panels is much shorter, resulting in more work for the artist. A story that takes 48 pages to tell in a European comic album will take 200 pages as a manga ‘tankobon’. In Vagabond, for example, over 120 pages are devoted to a duel; specifically, the seconds spent waiting for the other man to launch his attack. 120 pages detailing the silent, psychic battle that is waged between two indomitable wills. Fear and uncertainty are created or indicated by the slight shift of a sandal. That’s not typical, and as much as I like ‘Vagabond’, I have to admit, that shit got tedious.

    Miura adds a homage to Bosch in one of the more recent volumes; he’s unquestionably one of the best manga artists alive, on par with Otomo, Satoshi Kon, and Taiyo Matsumoto. He wasn’t this good in the early going, but he developed quickly:

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    Berserk has no such subtlety, but you still end up going through each 220 page volume pretty fast. I deliberately slow things down to enjoy the carefully crafted artwork, but unfortunately, manga does not encourage art scrutiny. I’d like to see Berserk and Blade of the Immortal collected in the larger-sized omnibus editions like ‘Viz-Big’, which collect three books together, use a better grade of paper, and provide a bigger page to show off the art. They’re also far more economical.

    A Mysterious Review By A Friend About A Manga Very Different From This One, But Even More Influential, In Many Ways…



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    Ben

    Jul 11, 2008

    rated it
    it was amazing

    This review will be my review of the whole series.

    I think this is easily the best and most epic manga ever written. The drawing is grimy and it has this very old school 1980’s feel even up to this day which i think gives it a little something extra. Pound for pound the most visually stunning and sometimes revolting thing I have ever read. Then there is the depth of the mythology. I think this manga has been running for something like 18 years and the story just gets deeper and deeper. I read all

    I think this is easily the best and most epic manga ever written. The drawing is grimy and it has this very old school 1980’s feel even up to this day which i think gives it a little something extra. Pound for pound the most visually stunning and sometimes revolting thing I have ever read. Then there is the depth of the mythology. I think this manga has been running for something like 18 years and the story just gets deeper and deeper. I read all of the volumes available last summer and it was one of the most draining and simultaneously rewarding experieneces of my life. The philosophical battle between Guts and Griffith, freedom vs. tranquility. I have argued since with my friends about this over and over again, btu Griffith is absolutely representative of the anti-christ while Guts represents not a Godly and righteous hero, but a man acting for all humanity and freedom of choice, though he doesn’t seem to care about anything but vengeance. I liked this manga so much I’m getting the Brand of the Sacrificed tattooed on my heart. Its gonna be epic. I hope everyone who loves comics will read this series at some point in there life and be as blown away as i was.
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    Ahmad Sharabiani

    Berserk, Vol. 1 of 37 (Berserk #1), Kentaro Miura
    The philosophical battle between Guts (the Black Swordsman) and Griffith (White Hawk), freedom vs. tranquility.
    The story centers on the characters of Guts, a lone mercenary, and Griffith, the leader of a mercenary band called the “Band of the Hawk”. Themes of isolation, camaraderie, and the question of whether humanity is fundamentally good or evil pervade the story, as it explores both the best and worst of human nature. Both the manga and anime


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