Following its announcement in Arpil, Berserk has released a deluxe edition for volume 14 of the late Kentaro Miura’s Berkserk manga.
The new deluxe edition will also come with the Berserk official guidebook and collect Berserk’s final chapters, Volumes 40 and 41.
Berserk was discontinued due to the untimely demise of the author, Kentaro Miura, in 2021. In 2022, it was officially announced that the publication would continue the manga’s serialization.
Koji Mori will continue the manga in collaboration with Studio Gaga and Miura’s colleagues and assistants.
Berserk is a dark fantasy novel written by the late Kentaro Miura. He started serializing the manga at Hakusensha’s now-defunct magazine, Monthly Animal magazine.
Later in 1992, it was moved to Hakusensha’s Young Animal magazine. Following Miura’s demise in May 2021, the final chapter 363 was published in September 2021.
A 25-episode TV anime adaptation of the manga aired from October 1997 to April 1998. The anime was made by OLM and covers the Golden Age arc.
This arc was also adapted into a trilogy of theatrical films. The first two films premiered in 2012, and the third premiered in 2013.
In 2016, another TV adaptation was made by Gemba and Millepensee. It aired for 12 episodes from July 2016 to September 2016. This was followed by a 12-episode second season from April 2017 to June 2017.
MAL describes Berserk Manga as:
Guts, a former mercenary now known as the “Black Swordsman,” is out for revenge. After a tumultuous childhood, he finally finds someone he respects and believes he can trust, only to have everything fall apart when this person takes away everything important to Guts for the purpose of fulfilling his own desires.
Now marked for death, Guts is condemned to a fate in which he is relentlessly pursued by demonic beings.
Setting out on a dreadful quest riddled with misfortune, Guts, armed with a massive sword and monstrous strength, will let nothing stop him, not even death itself, until he is finally able to take the head of the one who stripped him—and his loved one—of their humanity.
Source: Black Horse Comics on Twitter