I really understand why he takes long breaks.
You can't just draw something like that. Even if it's his work to produce chapters, I think that in order to draw something that epic, you need to be in a convenient mood. If you look at Berserk extraordinary art, you will realize that the poor bastard needs at least 1 day/page. You can't just go non stop with this level of art, or else, you will make the last 5 pages like crap :P
Good chapter, the "Waiting Game" begins now I hope I didn't do a mistake by catching up to this manga.
Well even if you did catch up it makes no difference. The manga is 100% re readable.
yeah I only started to really like Berserk after multiple re-reads. You pick up on a lot more details that way and honestly, its more enjoyable when you take it slow and are not burning through chapters to catch up
I believe so too.
I'm going to re-read Berserk from the begining, because sometimes, I was just accelerating to know what happens next and I avoid the details :S
I'll probably quit reading berserk, and for about 10 years when it ends, I'll read it again from the start.
A second read is much more enjoyable. Take time to reflect.
I went a little too fast trying to catch up.
I have re-read this manga so often because it's just that good. in fact i am re-reading it right now, i'm at chapter 177 right now.
Miura and his inconsistent pace.
We were spoiled by the last few releases.
Has anyone noticed Miura's artistic design is similar to Grappler Baki; I mean, the artwork in Baki: Son of Ogre looks similar to Berserk art.
I wouldn't say not at all. They're both more realistic/detailed than most, but other than that, not much in common from what I've seen.
So wait, there was no indication on the next release?! Shit!! Guess a re-read is in order...
And @ Grappler looking like Berserk... Baki still looks like Japanese style cartoons, with a bit more detail, but the faces are all ... anime'ish nothing wrong with that.
Berserk is just as realistic as it comes.