His name is Guts, the Black Swordsman, a dreaded fighter discussed distinctly in murmurs. Conveyor of a colossal blade, an iron hand, and the scars of innumerable fights and torments, his tissue is likewise permanently set apart with The Brand, an unholy image that draws the powers of dimness to him and destructions him as their penance. In any case, Guts won’t accept his destiny without a fight; he’ll cut a ruby area of slaughter through the positions of the cursed – and any other individual stupid enough to restrict him! Joined by Puck the Elf, more an irritation than a buddy, Guts tirelessly follows a dim, bloodstained way that drives just to death…or retaliation.
Made by Kenturo Miura, Berserk is manga pandemonium to the extraordinary – savage, shocking, and pitilessly interesting – and the wellspring for the universally famous anime arrangement. Not for the queasy or the effectively annoyed, Berserk requests no quarter – and offers none!
Cautioning: This manga is for developed crowds just, since it has sexual substance and realistic savagery (gore, blood, assault, and so forth) Unquestionably not for the frail hearted.
The 1988 Prototype part won a prize at the Comi Manga School Miura joined in and the principle arrangement won the Tezuka Osamu Award for Excellence in 2002.