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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Manga (April 8 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1593078633
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593078638
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.8 x 18.4 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #139,913 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Carries the Story MUCH Further June 5 2008
By Austen True - Published on Amazon.com
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This story certainly throws the Berserk story MUCH further. Instead of constant battle, there is a sudden confrontation. Guts and Griffith! They stand and meet face to face, and speak words with each other right in front of the now noticeably several-years aged Rickert (who still has no idea what happened during the Eclipse). Then...the second battle between Guts and Nosferatu Zodd happens! Guts vs. Zodd! Finally! Once again, we see how they clash in their built strength, and Guts is much stronger this time around.

After this, we get to see how Lady Farnese and her faithful companion Serpico are doing out in the snowy cold. Turns out: we get to see an entire flashback to how they met in the first place. Serpico was a poor boy, turns out the son of her neglectful and wealthy father, and by chance circumstance made him her page (taking all her abuse over the years without giving her the information that he is actually her half-brother), and spends the years dealing with her obnoxious, spoiled tyranny and pyromaniacal habits.

Seriously furthers the story on. A "Must Read" for all Berserk fans, like myself.

Plus...we get to treasure the introductions to Griffith's new entrants to his newly resurrected BAND OF THE HAWK. And...oh, how freaking perfect they are. Zodd is the only demon of the group, the other three are human (I'd assume) but are so advanced in their skill it's just foreboding that Guts will have quite a struggle in having to deal with these unstoppable fighters. (If you've ever seen "Spirited Away": Well, one of them is much like the weird character No Face, just to give you a clue. HOW...FREAKING...AWESOME!)
"I looked at him, and for a second I forgot to kill him" Feb. 23 2013
By Sebastian Fernandez - Published on Amazon.com
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Last volume we saw how Guts and Casca were able to survive the Festival. but the happiness from this accomplishment is short-lived for Guts, since now he is regretting not taking the opportunity to kill Griffith when he had the chance. However, a surprise is waiting for them back "home", and when they get there and Guts ask about Rickert, he soon realizes that Griffith is there waiting for him!

But don't get to excited, in order to get to Griffith, Guts will have to deal first with the bodyguard he brought along, and once you see who this is, you will understand that this is easier said than done. Well, Miura can't bring the series to an end yet, you understand. To compensate for this, the author does deliver in terms of moving the plot forward in this volume. This is one that is packed with story aspects. Of course, there is action, but there is also more developments than in your typical volume. I think it took me almost twice as long to read than most others.

We also get to meet some amazing new characters that have come to join Griffith in his quest. They were directed to him by the oracle and are ready to wreak havoc to help Griffith achieve his goals. As if this was not enough, we get a brief glimpse of some new characters that will aid the other side of the coin. Moreover, towards the end of the volume we take a detour into the origins of the relationship between Farnese and Serpico, and many questions get answered here.

If you want to gain a greater understanding of the overall plot that guides this series, this is a must-read volume!
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
They Meet . May 15 2008
By themysticanimal - Published on Amazon.com
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Long long time ago
Back in the dark ages of europa .
A dark swordsman he roamed
In that ancient land of gothica .
After revenge he sought
Against demons , for betrayal
From a man he once believed
To be a friend with no denial.

The twenty second folio :
Readers of the twenty first folio
Were shown
That knight of hawk
Upon a demo , flown .

Alas he returns not the same
With a horrid companion
A demon insane
And Upon our one eyed warrior
Attacks , a murderous cain .

And of lady farnese and her servant
You will see
Their innocent childhood
snuffed off glee .
1 of 10 people found the following review helpful
interesting Dec 5 2009
By winged orange angel - Published on Amazon.com
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I like this series a lot, but it is starting to take to long to get to any climax in the books. The story line is interesting, but as most books do, it portrays the main female as helpless and completely dependent. At first she was amazing, independant and strong (also a b-otch) but now, as usuall, she is no longer. I find that aspect frustrating. There are a lot of monsters, esexual oddities, and magic through out the series. But the books can drag at times. maybe I am just inpatient. Still fun to read.


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