Another playable character has been revealed for Omega Force's Berserk game in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine. This time it's Wyald, the brutal leader of the Black Dog Knights, and Famitsu's first look shows him both in his normal and Apostle forms. Read on for more.
Along with the plans for the the release of this season's Berserk in two six-episode sets on October 28th and December 21st, a stage event has been announced for April 2, 2017, to be held outside Tokyo. Hiroaki Iwanaga (Guts), Yoko Hikasa (Farnese), Kazuyuki Okitsu (Serpico), and Hiro Shimono (Isidro) are scheduled to appear along with 9mm Parabellum Bullet (opening), Nagi Yanagi (ending) and Susumu Hirasawa (insert song) are scheduled to appear.
Art of War, long-standing makers of Berserk sculptures and other high-end items, are back with a 2016 version of their Skull Knight and Beherit. Revisiting a piece created after the anime movies, the new one, limited to 50 units is colored to looked like human bone aged hundreds of years. Check it out after the jump.
Back in March, Germany's Universal Pictures announced the license of the 2016 Berserk TV anime, and with it listed that the series will be 24 episodes. Now, there seems to be some contradictory information from the anime's Japanese site. A home video listing has the series coming out in two 6-episode Blu-ray sets on October 28th and December 21st for 22,500yen each. More after the jump.
Berserk home anthology Young Animal recently commemorated the new anime adaptation with a series of discussions between author Kentarō Miura and a variety of guests. The first has Miura-sensei speaking with legendary former editor Kazuhiko Torishima, and we’re happy to present a translated version! Read on for more.