Promotion is launching for the 2016 Berserk anime, with Kokusai-Tenjijō Station railway station on December 25th leading into a new teaser movie presented at NBC Universal's Comiket 89, December 29-31. That event will distribute sacrifice brand temporary tattoos. This kick-off is accompanied by a new visual. Get a look after the jump.
After the better part of a decade, Kentaro Miura's medieval horror/action manga Berserk got off the boat at Elf Island. Then, a new anime project was announced for 2016, with promotion at the Kokusai-Tenjijō Station railway station on December 25th that will lead into a new teaser movie presented at NBC Universal's Comiket 89. But, it couldn't all be good news as it's hiatus time again. More after the jump.
Berserk home magazine Young Animal is about to announce a slate of news about plans for Kentaro Miura's medieval horror/action series. Promotion at the Kokusai-Tenjijō Station railway station on December 25th will lead into a new teaser movie presented at NBC Universal's Comiket 89, December 29-31. That promo will be offering a first look at a new Black Swordsman Guts anime adaptation project.
Way back in Berserk volume 31, collected in Japan in October 2006 and America in 2009, ships started looming on the series horizon. Then in chapter 278, published December 5, 2007, Guts and company set sail. Guess what, it's now time to retire the "still on the boats" meme. The dark fantasy manga's extended maritime adventure wrapped up in in the end of November's' chapter 342 (to eventually be collected in volume 38).
North American publisher Dark Horse's solicitation for December comics and February collection and graphic novel releases. Of note, this release slate features their release of the first volume of Fate/zero's manga adaption, along the collection of Berserk author Kentaro Miura's far future sci-fi fantasy Giganto Maxia. Get the details after the jump.
Manga and anime are full of pulse-pounding climactic battles, but what is it that makes a Last Boss Fight truly memorable? What makes the best ones tick? Shane takes a minute today to take a crack at figuring it out. Hit the jump to read more about some of his favorites!