Funding Berserk

  » Posted April 1st, 2009 by arke

We here at EG have something momentuous to announce. This has been in the works for quite some time. We have decided that the languid pace of Berserk releases by Kentaro Miura should no longer plague us. Thus, beginning tomorrow, we will solicit donations to fund Miura so he can add more artists to his team to allow for regular biweekly releases. We understand these are difficult times, but please, think of all the pain in the waiting and open your wallets for just a small donation. Every little bit counts. Thank you.

103 Responses to “Funding Berserk”

  1. Outzider Says:

    When is the next Berserk coming?!?!?! I need my berserk fix!!

  2. hitokiri_snake Says:

    Yeah, The skull knight said that with help of the elf king, it’s possible for caska to regain her heart…or something like that.

  3. His_Eminence_The_Liege_Lord_Sir_Reginald_Brian_Leviticus_Vortigern_Funkenstein_The_Third_of_Arimathea Says:

    Skully seems to possess a near-omniscient, if not precognitive awareness of events and how they relate to the state of the world. He may be a bit high on the concept of causality, but given his awareness of the world I think it is better to take his comment as a bit of foreknowledge than as a blind stab of a possibility. If he says that the Elf King could restore Caska’s consciousness, I’m betting it’s going to be a matter of time; I remember that Puck could tell somehow that Skully had spent some time in Elfhelm so that leads to further speculation, and as for Griffith’s forces attacking Elfhelm I don’t think that’s likely.

    For one thing, Griffith’s focus has been on the mainland, i.e. Midland, Chuder, etc. and logically Elfhelm would be so far from his interests he would have no desire to attack them. For that matter, Ganishka’s attention has been devoted to the mainland as well, So one could ultimately think of Elfhelm as the “Undying Lands” of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle-Earth sagas; both areas are out-of-the-way, so to speak, in relation to the main conflict as well as in relation to the geographic focus of the conflict.

    I agree with Anon, I’m starting to think that Guts will have left before Caska regains consciousness, after all that would maximize the tragic elements of this storyline. Keep in mind though, Miura HAS said that he wanted to write a “Happy Ending” for Berserk.

    Maybe we’ll get REALLY lucky and he will pony up to make a continuation to the anime, if for no other reason than getting the opportunity to hear Hirasawa’s music in conjunction with Berserk again.

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