Attempting to infiltrate the tower where Casca is being held, Guts has finally made his way to its exterior with Luca and the rest in an attempt to rescue her. Falling behind, Guts only has a split second to decide what to prioritize, and how to proceed. Will he finally be reunited with his one time partner, or will she elude his grasp once again?
Tight on the trail, Guts has followed Casca to Albion in pursuit, trying to protect her. Can Guts manage to catch up in time and save her from the incoming destruction that awaits them in the dark, or will the Struggler stumble in his own ambition?
With Casca’s fate in question, Guts can only press on with his quest to find her and save her from the demons that chase them both for their brands. With renewed vigor and a restored Dragon’s Tooth blade, his mission is the only step forward. Does he stand a chance against the perils that await, or will he ultimately succumb to the crushing weight of the world around him?
For all the effort Guts put into combating previous threats, he finds himself at an impasse and unsure of where to go. With no leads and being plagued by nightmares, he pursues the only option he has left: an old friend who shares many of his scars. Will Guts discover what needs to be found? Continue reading
After successfully escaping the Holy knights that had imprisoned him, Guts steals their leader away and flees towards his original objective nearby. Pursued by one of the underlings, what will happen when Guts reaches the gates? And why is the girl so important?
Now that Guts has been properly introduced to us in his new garb with his new Dragon’s Tooth massive zweihander, he finds himself confronted by a certain sect of knights that seem intent on his capture. What ends do they meet by securing him, and will he go down quietly? The answer should be fairly obvious for both.
And so, moving on from discussing a show primarily revolving around high school teenagers attempting to figure out if they can bother to feel feelings anymore, now we move onto a show centered around grotesque physical, sexual, and mental violence with heavy dashes of moral ambiguity. With a prequel movie trilogy under its belt, Studio 4C has moved on to the first full story arc- the Black Swordsman arc. Will the anime hold up to the quality of the movie trilogy, or does it falter right out of the gate? Warning: Berserk is loaded with graphic violent content, do not watch or read if you are easily queasy.
With Sonozaki threatening to reinstate the Kizna system on a massive scale, encompassing all of Sugomori City, the previous Kiznaivers find themselves embroiled in a new conflict beyond any experience they’ve shared from the summer. With the entire city at stake now, what will the team do to prevent all of Sugomori from becoming connected with a large scale Kizna?
Now that Katushira knows the truth of the friends he had before, Urushi ends their appointment and leads him, Yoshiharu, and Nico (aka my personal DREAM TEAM) back out to the city. Unlike previous revelations, however, Katsuhira seems lost in thought about something, but not before asking if it would be okay to see his old friends again in the future. What is it that Katsuhira is thinking about, and what will he do about this thoughts?
After the events of episode 9, the team has constantly avoided each other over the summer in order to be devoid of any more pain. With the crew’s deadline coming up, the Kiznaivers officially dissolve into non-affiliates, no longer able to feel each others’ pain or hear each others’ thoughts. With the experiment officially being over for the teens, why is there a lingering sense of unease felt by so many of them?