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