The dark fantasy manga series Berserk by the late Kentaro Miura is set to continue with the help of the creator’s assistants and under the supervision of Kouji Mori.
The Berserk The manga series was started entirely by the late Japanese manga artist Kentaro Miura in 1989, although he first released a single version of Berserk in 1988, that’s when he released the entire series which sold over 40 million copies worldwide, making it one of the most popular manga series ever. best-selling of all time.
Berserk follows the story of Guts, a mighty superhuman warrior who wields a great sword, where each night he wanders through a dark medieval world filled with demons, corrupt and decadent nobles, and other horrors. As he fights his way through the world attacking demons, he must be able to kill his former demon-turned friend who took everything from him. The success of Berserk was followed by a television anime series inspired by the manga series in 1997, as well as a cinematic anime trilogy from 2012 to 2013. And in 2016, another television anime series was created, followed by its second half in 2017 .
Thus, the unfortunate passing of Kentaro Muira on May 06, 2021 at the age of 54 due to an acute aortic dissection has truly left a heartbreak among Japanese creators and artists, as well as among his avid readers and fans across the world. world. Mori’s passing also left a question as to whether the manga series and the story of Berserk continue to.
But putting the concerns of fans and readers at ease, with the help of Muri’s assistants and the manga creator, and Muri’s close friend Kouji Mori, they announced that the Berserk manga by the late Kentaro Miura will continue and end his current arc, to pave the way for the start of a new arc.
In an announcement made by the Hakusensha young animal magazine and Kouji Mori, they shared the news that “the Berserk the manga series will continue from this year’s 13th issue of young animal June 24. The manga will initially have six chapters that will go through to the end of the “Fantasia Arc/Elf Island Chapter”, with a new arc starting after that. They further shared that as the series progresses, the manga will now contain the following credits, “Original work by Kentaro Miura, manga by Studio Gaga, supervised by Kouji Mori”.
Studio Gaga is actually Kentaro Miura’s studio where he worked with his assistants and apprentices who helped him along with Berserk. While Kouji Mori is a close childhood friend of Miura, and he frequently consulted with plot details for Berserk. And last year, Kouji Mori even drew a one-shot manga in young animal which tells the story of his lifelong friendship and creative relationship with the late manga artist.
Mori even shared that he knows the story of the manga series until the very end and says that the two discussed the ending of Berserk since the manga’s iconic “Eclipse” event some 30 years ago. That’s why after the death of Kentaro Miura, he thought of discussing the ending through an interview or offering illustrations with an accompanying article, but he thought that would not be enough for the whole story of Berserk. And thanks to Studio Gaga’s offer to help them continue the manga series, Mori has accepted and promises to go over the details as much as possible and tell the story to fans. He also reassures avid readers that while his telling of the story may be flawed, he’s pretty sure it’s possible to tell the story that Kentarou Miura wanted to tell.
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