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By:   Kentaro Miura
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Action-Adventure, Manga
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   October 12, 2005
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-59307-330-5
For ages:   18+
Details:   Soft cover, 240 pages, b&w, 5" x 7"

Griffith, charismatic leader of the elite mercenary Band of the Hawk, has seen better days. His fearless champion, Guts, has left the Band, defeating Griffith in personal combat as his ticket out. With his judgment clouded by this unthinkable humiliation, Griffith eases his pain in the arms of the daughter of Midland's king. But the King doesn't take kindly to an employee picking the royal flowers, and the next stop for Griffith is the dungeon and the torture rack! Without Griffith and Guts, the Hawks become easy prey for Midland's army, and the AWOL Guts may be the only answer to the Hawks'-and Griffith's-lethal problems.

• Each volume comes shrink-wrapped and carries an 18+ content advisory.

• Created by Kentaro Miura, Berserk is a manic manga massacre, a brute-force free-for-all of action, horror, and grim humor that inspired the wildly popular anime series.


(2 Customer Reviews)

  • Sep 08, 2011 Kevin from Brooklyn, MD

    Hey, I went to bookshops and manga festival like Otakon to complete my collection and my knowledge of Beserk. So Otakon gave 1-8,11 and 13-34 but they ran out steam for 9,10and 12. When all hope was lost I found and order. Volume was worth waiting because the anime leave out a lot manga important characters. Plus, the manga lets you see the real intimacy between Guts and Casca. Guts open up about his abuse. It really is must have if you have seen or started reading the manga.

  • Oct 29, 2007 Jonathan from Brooklyn, NY

    This book begins Griffith's descent into demonhood and Guts' path to his own destiny. It is also some of the not-seen-in-anime content that really serves to enrich the Berserk universe.

    Get introduced to the Knight of Skeleton, watch Guts fight the REAL champion of the arms tournament and see the King of Midland clearly for the first time. This book contains some seriously disturbing material that you come to expect from Kentaro Miura, and yet you'll be turning the pages until it's spent.

    This is where the story really starts to diverge from the anime with additions and obvious not-appropriate-for-TV sequences. It doesn't matter, though. The story's horror is all part of the world around Guts, and every skin-crawling panel drives you forward.

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