The anime movie trilogy Berserk: The Golden Age Arc is getting a re-edited version titled Berserk: The Golden Age Arc MEMORIAL EDITION and it will be broadcast on TV in 2022. Yuta Sano will direct the memorial edition, while Susumu Hirasawa performs the opening song “Aria”. The original movies were screened in theaters from 2012 to 2013, and a visual and trailer were released for the memorial edition. You can watch the trailer:
Also check out the key visual:
Studio 4°C produced the Berserk: The Golden Age Arc trilogy, and will also be in charge of the memorial edition. The first film Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: I – The Egg of the King premiered in February 2012, followed by Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: II – The Battle for Doldrey in June 2012. Berserk: The Golden Age Arc: III: The Advent was released in February 2013. They describe the story:
He trusts nothing but his own sword. He has no place to call home. The lone mercenary Guts travels a land ravaged by a hundred-year war. Moving from battlefield to battlefield, his skill and ferocity eventually attract the attention of Griffith, the leader of a group of mercenaries called The Band of the Hawk. Desiring Guts’s power to help him achieve his goals, Griffith succeeds in recruiting the distrustful Guts by challenging him to a duel and defeating him.
As the Band of the Hawk fight together and their bond as a unit grows stronger, Griffith and Guts’s bond deepens as well. With their continued success on the battlefield, Griffith achieves the first step toward his lofty goals: his band of mercenaries becomes recognized as a full-fledged army within the Midland Kingdom. Despite all their success, Guts begins to question his reasons for fighting for Griffith’s dream, which, unbeknownst to Guts, is destined to bestow a monstrous fate on them both.
In addition to the Golden Age Arc MEMORIAL EDITION news, it was announced that the Berserk manga’s return on June 24 will feature a double chapter.
Source: Comic Natalie
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