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Trapping Griffith in the Climax of Berserk: A Response to AlexEnterprise

26 Feb

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I came across AlexEnterprise’s video that is a pretty valuable idea when it comes to Berserk. The whole notion of trapping Griffith and the Godhand is an interesting idea. It is a way out for Miura if he needs to retire his stead on the manga, because that doesn’t mean that Griffith won’t stop. If they don’t weaken Griffith enough to the point that he would be then killed off by the demons he creates, cutting off the idea of evil too. 

            The problem with AlexEnterprise’s video is that while I do agree with his connecting history of Berserk with the whole of the series, is not so bad. Like how he connects King Geisereck trapping Void in the Tower of Conviction. Alex is good in connecting some dots and theories that can make anyone believe. 

            If Guts is meant to have a battle, maybe it’s to draw out Griffith, but that would be too easy. While I agree with many of the dots that Alex Enterprise connects, there’s something I find suspicious. It doesn’t take Rickerts story into account. What might he have to offer? What if he is the one who takes down Griffith? Or, in that final moment, in all her strength, Casca kills Griffith. 

            I understand that you might not be able to kill a Godhand, why would trapping Griffith make Griffith not want to escape his prism and come after Guts and all his kin? Maybe that’s what led to King Geiserick’s downfall, and the death of his wife. I get that trapping him, as Alex Enterprise said, to “bide for time”  it’s not going to solve or defeat Griffith from finding Guts and ripping him apart. 

            What makes it so hard to believe the idea that you can’t kill a Godhand, is that it might not come from Guts hands. What’s impossible is that it’s not even possible. There has been a lot of momentous events in Berserk, and Miura might just pull a fast one. Cause if you trap Griffith, who is going to fight him next? Or if Causality is concerned, the cycle of Godhand will choose someone else and the cycle of Berserk continues all over again? 

            I think if Miura did as Alex Enterprise said, it might be a lackluster ending, and maybe afford a happy ending for Guts, but I don’t know if that will happen. Time will tell, but Miura, for certain, has to deliver an epic showdown. But if that were to happen, and Griffith is trapped, why would he be contained. The demons work for him. But I do get that if you do follow Berserk and make connections like Alex did, it would be anti-climactic. Berserk might just end on a depressing note. Because to break the chain of evil doesn’t mean you can contain it. Evil has a way of getting out of boxes. Evil is not just an idea, because evil is a manifestation of what we think and see, and the problem is, you can’t contain Griffith forever.

            Griffith knows that he’s on the path that is set for him, and doesn’t seem to want to betray the God Hand, either. I have no real proof but just an observation that you can accept or disregard. But Griffith has evolved to the final stage where he can be seen on as a God to midland and a demon to his closest advisors.

            You never know in Berserk, and Miura is the only one who can control Causality in Berserk. Causality is just a definition for me, because Guts actions and decisions are going to choose where the novel is going. But as an aside, if Guts can’t even control causality, Griffith seems to be on the same path, but I don’t think anyone should underestimate Griffith or Guts, or what curve balls Berserk can throw. 

            So, trapping him might be damn near impossible, because as we have read, Griffith would bend heaven and earth to make sure Guts will pay, and even if containing Griffith will work, who says it might not backfire on him, having him repeat the doomed tale of Skull Knight. But would Miura be cruel enough to end it on a cliff hanger, or even a depressing note, for someone else to finish if he wants to retire. But handing off the story for someone else to finish feels cheap too. It wouldn’t be the same, and someone else could change the lore to fit something in current artistic culture would not fit the tone, themes, or story of Berserk. Repurposing art to match current political standards is wrong and it won’t do Berserk any favors.

            But also, Rickert might have one more part to play, as it might afford Guts the happy ending he deserves. But as Gandalf said in Lord of the Rings, “The board is set. The pieces are moving.” 

            All we can do is wait, but Kentaro Miura has to end it, one way or another. He might be the sixth member of the Godhand, or the Idea of Evil, also, as much can be interpreted that way, too.

-Louis Bruno is the author of more than 15 books, including, The Michael Project, The Michael Project: Book 2: The Lost Children of Eve, Thy Kingdom Come, The Disintegrating Bloodline, Apocalypse Soldier, Hierarchy of Dwindling Sheep. His books can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lulu. He can be found on Gab, https://gab.com/thereallouistbruno, Minds https://www.minds.com/lbruno8063/, and Parlerhttps://parler.com/profile/therealLouistbruno/posts. Instagram @lbrruno8063 and @louisbrunoofficialbook. He has written for the Intellectual Conservative and Ephemere. His latest, Come Home, Young One, a dark fantasy novel is out now at Lulu.com. Link is here: https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/louis-bruno/come-home-young-one/hardcover/product-pw8q7z.html?page=1&pageSize=4

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Berserk Chapter 363 Review

22 Jan

In the latest chapter of Berserk, we see finally how Skull Knight claims his role as King Geiserek, and we learn that Flora, Schierke’s elvish mentor, broke an oath and had to leave elfham. The problem is, we don’t know at this point. What can be surmised is that the fan service of many a year were correct, and while some were waiting 20 years for this arrival, it means that the future of Berserk now hinges on Guts and what the rest of his journey must entail. There’s a slight brief moment of comic relief, but it’s more of a distraction in this chapter, as I was really ready to have more of Guts and what he thought. But it seems that Miura is lessening his pages with Guts because it seems like now, Guts has a decision to make. 

“Then in the end you must determine what to make of your fury. Whether it is to be the breathe that keeps you alive, or the hellfire that consumes you from within.” 

Gut’s Final decision https://readberserk.com/chapter/berserk-chapter-363/

It’s a moment that Guts realizes that the final breath of the journey depends on whether Guts learns to forgive his past, and know where he must stand in his battle against Griffith. Guts is character that was driven by revenge that only now he starts to realize the battle he faces has happened before, and how he must defy the fate of becoming Skull Knight, or become the very thing he hated. It’s a question of morality, as Guts could stop pursuing Griffith, and after the death of the Band of the Hawk, and all that he faced, could he retire and live his life in peace? 

The problem is, Griffith knows that as long as Guts is alive, Griffith won’t stop. So, safe to say, it won’t be that long until Guts and Griffith meet, and Guts now has the army to fight off Griffith. Guts stares into a window where Casca is, and he knows that he must control his anger and rage as long as he can return to Casca. If he turns into Skull Knight the quest would end in futility, but with Miura, it’s about the soft pain of reality within the fantasy. 

If Guts commits to violence he would never be able to live normally with Casca ever again. But we get one final scene that made me eagerly await for the next chapter. The mysterious elven king approaches Guts, as there must be wisdom he can impart. Hopefully to break the cycle that Guts and Griffith are enveloped in. But it wouldn’t be surprising if Griffith did a 180 and defied the story, but there’s no chance that Guts and Griffith would stop fighting. It wouldn’t make sense, but then, Miura has built Berserk off the chance of the story changing at a moment’s notice. 

The problem is the comedic relief impeded on what mattered. Guts and his journey, but today, the decision that Guts makes will impact the rest of the chapters, and the final battle that is to take place. 

I’m sure we are going to see a storyline with the Bakiraka and Rickert, as the battle is going to take place in Midland as Guts plans his next move. But every second spent in Elfham is more than seven years past in Midland. But the next chapter must give Guts the reason to pursue Griffith, and control the Berserk armor. 

Overall, the comedy does impede the narrative as single comic, but might work in a volume. The comedy does give some break to the intense plot, but overall, the narrative needs to pick back up, but hopefully the side quest comes to an end.

Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 

-Louis Bruno is the author of more than 15 books, The Michael Project, Thy Kingdom Come, The Disintegrating Bloodline, Apocalypse Soldier, Hierarchy of Dwindling Sheep. His books can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lulu. He can be found on Gab, https://gab.com/thereallouistbruno, Minds https://www.minds.com/lbruno8063/. His latest book, Come Home, Young one, a fantasy novel is available on Lulu.com, and will be available on other chains and ebook at a later date. https://www.lulu.com/en/us/shop/louis-bruno/come-home-young-one/hardcover/product-pw8q7z.html?page=1&pageSize=4.

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Berserk Chapter BO Review

11 Jan

In the next chapter of Berserk, we arrive away when Guts escapes his battle, but we’re in a middle of a forest, and Guts is accosted by demons. What is worse is that Guts is wounded from the battle in the previous chapter, in his fight, as the dark contrast to Guts skin lets us know the scale in the shading. The shading in the first panel proves that for any novice aritst this would be murder. Somewhere, if I was drawing this, I would not be confident enough to represent a shadow of grey within a darkened forest. The eye, when looking at the panel, is that Miura is aware that we are aware the black demon’s face has veins and represents a smooth contrast, as the worm demon (that’s what we’ll call it) with grooves to represent the weight and of the demon worms skin. The grooves on the demon worms skin are a workout for a novice. If you tried this, no one could compare to the craftsmanship Miura was learning to do.            

With this first panel, it provides all the danger and excitement that any movie would need. Comics are often misinterpreted as basis for movies, but this is not to be confused with story board drawing that is only used for directors vision, and not for manga or comics. Miura seems enthralled with using minimalist close ups to provide tension and horror to a scene. But it is worth noting that while it is artiscially striking, it proves that Miura is not afraid to create confusion so that the reader would see a character, like Guts, breathing so that the reader is enticed and scared at the same time. Almost like a Gustave Dore painting. A painting of Virgil addressing Dante is what we should take a look at the first panel as well.  Both the pictures represent how grey and blacks mix with each other as while the Dore picture gives off a shadow, the two opening panels of berserk represent an ode to Dore. But the only time light is represented is the fire in Dore’s painting while Guts skin is the only time we see light represented in Miura’s touch. This seems to be a calling to Miura, replicates shadows throughout the darker moments.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

It seems that once an opening scene in the early volumes of Berserk have this flare to entice, but when scaling back, Guts, in his physical form, is more conservative, but also details a hint of his youthfulness, even though he is deeply hesitant to trust Puck. Insulting Puck, rejecting his friendship.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

Even when a wagon with a priest asks to help take him on his next destination, Guts, as the Black Swordsman, knows that wherever he goes, he can’t have friends, or endanger them. The Black Swordsman, in this moment, is not by Christian terms, “Man of the In-Between” as he should have a duty to serve others and offer his shield to others (The Military Bible, Weber, Stu. p.1101). We are framed with Guts mindset as we are presented with no other, but The Black Swordsman is not obligated to help anyone. The “Man of the In-Between” is not present in The Black Swordsman’s words. 

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

But he doesn’t care, too. As Guts is the main character, we only see it from his perspective, as Miura doesn’t give anyone else so far any narrative detail. It just proves that a dark character still is an interesting path to take when you can shape the narrative in simple narrative arcs. In the wagon, Puck is accompanied with them, and Guts sits, minding his own business. When a conversation about the Black Swordsman’s profession, the priest recalls his son died in battle. But The Black Swordsman has something different to offer, as this is such a defining moment for the reader with the Black Swordsman and his psyche.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

Only as Guts decide to get some sleep, he falls into a dream, running down a hall, and a weird ectoplasm appears at the end, hovering over him, as his foot is pierced with a pike. In the same moment, we see that his left hand is gone. The audience isn’t privy to the world Guts has known before. A hallway is  supposed to represent a character who has no way of escape as it could be a repetitive moment playing back in the psyche of a character, but in dream logic, Guts is a definitely trapped inside it. There is no way for him to get out. He’s haunted by a voice that says, “You cannot Run!” The words cannot are spelled out so that it retains a horror story quality that Miura knows so well.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)
Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

This creature, to the reader, is blinded by the hallway, as we see Guts psyche in the hallway, awakens as a creature tries to cover his head, and he stabs it. What we see from the drawing is the curves on the incubus’s forehead presents dimensions and grooves, that we see as the life is drained from the Black Swordsman’s knife. The Incubus feeds off people’s nightmares, not letting him sleep. But as a panel explains the question of what draws the Incubus near. But the brand is finally explained.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

 As Guts warns the priest and the girl to stay inside the carriage, the Incubi, is “born out of the mixed blood and sexual fluids of those who died filled with hatred and malice, which means that somewhere around here there must be a corpse of bandits or the like who died violently. Corpses that the demons will possess and use to attack. The instinct Miura creates is allowed and make the world around Berserk credible to the eyes, as Guts acts as a shield now. Only the young girl gets out of the carriage, and it proves disastrous to her, as she is stabbed by a spear. 

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

It’s shocking and the demon corpses present themselves from the mist. As Puck wants to run away, The Black Swordsman remarks that “it’s part of the territory” to be alone on the battlefield. We see that the Black Swordsman doesn’t care if anyone helps him. He’s used to doing things alone. But as he strikes, Miura creates such a beautiful portrait of violence only seen in action movies.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

In Gut’s face, he’s shadowed out. Much of Guts, in contrast with the real world, is presented without shading, as if he’s better at war than he is with people. The way the sword swings as though he’s cocking a baseball bat and smacking a ball as it’s pitched toward him. There seems to be a lack of technique as the sword he holds is too big for any normal man, as it’s the only way he can swing it. The bones on the skull warrior moves up as it represents the way the eye is focused to see it from the artists perspective, and training the readers eyes to watch it from the swing the Black Swordsman makes. There’s more panels that come after, but the point in the battle pivots when Puck calls his attention away. Perturbed the priests is killed by his own daughter. 

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

The shadows across the eyes presents how Mirua is framing the girl’s mental state, as the reader is yet to know her true illness. Guts is shocked at her state of mind, as he can’t move or do anything, as the young girl, stabs the Black Swordsman.

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

Only as he is wounded, his stamina is decreasing, as he gags on his own blood. Miura presents a strong theme of loneliness and a curse that surrounds Guts. It keeps him from being around anyone who could become an ally. It’s worse as many will see a parallel of the series crop up here. As I will detail in the later chapters.

What is presented next is the moment we see the Black Swordsman, wounded, as he continues his fight, as Puck watches, proving that the Black Swordsman strength is matched by his anger and will to fight even when wounded. For a first time reader, we are in awe and amazement and also shock. Puck represents what we truly think on the inside. But to the veterans, this is only indicative of the story to follow in the first volume. 

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

But as Puck tries to console Guts over losing the priest and the girl, he laughs as the next panel proves his Nihilistic nature is correct, “anyone who gets killed cause they got caught up in someone else’s fight is a small fry. If they can’t live freely they are better off dead.” It presents Guts as he is fully aware of what happened and he doesn’t care. The Black Swordsman knew this would happen and didn’t try to stop them. He doesn’t care about anyone, but it proved that he was not offering there shield in the right way. Notice that whenever a shade of dark presented on the armor as it’s to show the strength of the penmanship where the shadow within the armor doesn’t overshadow the lines of the armor. 

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

But the moment in the chapter comes to a close, as a mysterious voice booms over the forest claims “we are always watching you.”

Berserk v01 (2003) (Digital) (danke-Empire)

The end gives the reader the depth of Miura’s chance to scare us, as learning this, proves that the Black Swordsman is not just an evil figure, but someone tormented, and the world around him is enflamed. “Guts lives in this world.” The end of the chapter proves that with each moment, Guts cannot stay still, and with his departure, we see that this chapter specifically plays more with shadows. The Brand proves Guts strength, but also Miura’s eye and what he wants the people to see. Dore, at the beginning gives that dept of field to shadows to the shapes he presents, and it can be seen clearly in the Brand. Miura achieves the emotional core of the Black Swordsman, and his love for violence. 

Overall review: 5/5

Pros:

-Excellent use of tension and dialogue to convey emotions corresponding to the panels.

-The two panel spread of the Black Swordsman conveys Miura’s experimentation of how to draw an action scene.

Cons:

It’s very rough in terms of character depth and drawing, but Miura, in this chapter is more focused on the set pieces, and so, it’s not entirely a con. It’s just what others see.

Source for Manga:

Louis Bruno is the author of more than 15 books, The Michael Project, Thy Kingdom Come, The Disintegrating Bloodline, Apocalypse Soldier, Hierarchy of Dwindling Sheep. His books can be found on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Lulu. He can be found on Gab, https://gab.com/thereallouistbruno, and Minds https://www.minds.com/lbruno8063/. A new novel is coming out soon.

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