With Berserk Golden Age Arc III: Descent set to premiere on February 1st, a series of events have been building to the conclusion of Studio 4°C's anime movie trilogy. Last week, the Shinjuku Wald 9 theater was host to a squad of armed and armored celebrities, including Guts voice actor Hiroaki Iwanaga. Meanwhile, art, reproductions and goods went on display at the Pixiv Zingaro gallery. Get a look after the jump.
In honor of February's Berserk Golden Age Arc III: Descent closing out the anime movie trilogy, Air Travel is offering a package travel deal highlighted by a visit to Château de Pierrefonds - a fortress from the middle ages restored in the 19th century, featuring the armaments, armors and even tower prisons that inspired Berserk. More after the jump.
Do you prefer to watch the Berserk anime subbed or dubbed? Well, Japanese fans are going to get an early chance to see whether they prefer listening to Berserk Golden Age Arc II: The Battle for Doldrey in English or Japanese. The dubbed version of the movie, with Japanese subtitles, will be getting an unusual screening at geek mecca Akihabara on December 16th. More after the jump.
In time for this week's North American home video release, Viz has posted a launch promo for Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King, the first movie in Studio 4°C's anime movie remake/adaptation of Kentaro Miura's medieval horror/action manga. Get a look after the jump.
Following the teaser poster in August, a new poster for Berserk Golden Age Arc III: Descent, the final part of the Berserk anime film trilogy, is revealed today. The dark-toned poster features Griffith turning into Femto finally. Get a look after the jump.
Berserk Golden Age Arc III: Descent, the final part of the Berserk anime film trilogy, will be released in Japan in early 2013. EIRIN (Film Classification and Rating Committee of Japan) has announced that the film is rated "R 18+" (for persons aged 18 and above only) due to "extremely strong depictions of sexual activity." Hit the jump for more details.
Previously promised for an early 2013 release, the final movie in the Berserk: The Golden Age Arc has now been dated for a February 1st Japanese premiere. Tickets for the Descent chapter go on sale November 17th, and as a bonus, preorder patrons are able to pick up clearfiles with Kentaro Miura art remakes from character designer/animation director Naoyuki Onda. Get a look after the jump.
VIZ Media has announced that Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I – The Egg Of The King will debut English dubbed and uncut on on the PlayStation 3/PS Network Neon Alley service this Sunday, October 28th at 8:00pm EST / 5:00pm PST. The highly anticipated anime film repeats at 12:00am EST / 8:00pm PST, and will air again throughout the week. More after the jump.
It seems like it's more for the media market business than the end consumers, but a new "international trailer" for the Berserk Golden Age arc anime movies has made it online. The promo edits together footage from all three features in the anime medieval horror action trilogy, and augments them with a pretty amazing English voice over. Get a look and listen after the jump.
Three big name voice actors have signed on to join the Berserk Golden Age Arc anime movies for Descent, the finale to the medieval horror/action trilogy. Akio Ohtsuka (Fate/zero's Rider) voices Skull Knight, while Yūichi Nakamura (Fairy Tail's Gray Fullbuster) is the assassin Silat and Ayana Taketatsu (K-On!'s Azusa) is Blacksmith Godo's ward Erica. More after the jump.
With the Japanese Blu-ray and DVD release of anime movie Berserk Golden Age Arc II: The Battle for Doldrey slated for December 5th, manga creator Kentaro Miura has been enlisted to compose new art for the medieval horror home action video. Get a look after the jump.