Berserk Hypes New Exhibition Event

Berserk stunned fans when it was announced that the dark manga series would continue with friends of creator Kentaro Miura picking up where the prolific mangaka left off after his tragic passing. With the arrival of the anime adaptation last year, Berserk: Memorial Edition, the exhibition in Japan that honors the story of Guts, Griffith, Casca and the Band of the Hawk, has a major new addition to which it wants to add to its library of art and recreations of the brutal series.

Currently, Berserk has yet to announce if it will return with a new anime series in the future, though there’s plenty of material for an anime adaptation yet to hit the small screen. While the Berserk Exhibition in Japan has been a hit, it has not yet revealed plans to visit North America, which was the case with many other exhibitions focused on anime franchises, including those of My Hero Academia, Naruto, Sailor Moon, Rurouni Kenshin, and many others. At the upcoming event, creator Kentaro Miura’s final manuscript will be shared with the general public, which is a great asset to the Berserk Exhibit.

Band of the Berserk

The official Twitter account for the Berserk Exhibit shared the news that the final manuscript by mangaka Kentaro Miura is about to arrive as part of the screenings as fans of the Band of the Hawk continue to follow Guts’ dark journey through the manga . which was published in Jong Dier:

Writer Kouji Mori and the Studio Gaga artists sought to honor Miura’s legacy by taking notes and discussions from the artist about how Berserk would end and create new chapters to end Guts’ story as he continues to get revenge on Griffith. Like so many other examples in the dark anime franchise, Guts is going through a rough time, as Elfhelm has been destroyed by the White Hawk and Casca has been kidnapped after finally coming to her senses after so many years.

Do you think we’ll ever see the Berserk Exhibit come to the West? How do you think the Band of the Hawk story will end? Feel free to let us know in the comments or call me directly on Twitter @EVComedy to talk about all things comics, anime and the world of

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