Berserk Deluxe Edition Volume 4
The acclaimed adult fantasy/horror manga now in 7x10 deluxe hardcover editions!Guts, the feared Black Swordsman, has saved the Band of the Hawk mercenaries from annihilation at the hands of the army of Midland, but he must now descend into the dungeons of Windham Castle to liberate Griffith, the Hawks' charismatic leader. Imprisoned and tortured for his tryst with the King of Midland's daughter, the flayed and starved Griffith may be in isolation, but he is far from alone. Unspeakable horrors dwell within the dank catacombs, where the living may truly envy the dead! Collects Berserk volumes 10-12.Kentaro Miura's Berserk has ruled in hell for three decades, creating an international horde of disciples and inspiring anime TV series and feature films, video and card games, and a blizzard of related products. And now, the entire Berserk series is being released in handsome oversized bookshelf editions, each collecting three volumes of the original manga.Collects Berserk Volume 10, 11, and 12.

Berserk Deluxe Edition Volume 4 Details

TitleBerserk Deluxe Edition Volume 4
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMar 10th, 2020
PublisherDark Horse Manga
ISBN-139781506715216
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Graphic Novels, Horror, Comics

Berserk Deluxe Edition Volume 4 Review

  • Michael Sorbello
    January 1, 1970
    Volume 10 - 5/5Absolutely painful. Seeing Griffith in such a broken state made my chest hurt. The Hawks team up with Princess Charlotte in an underground retrieval mission only to find out that their savior Griffith is just barely clinging to life with dozens of permanent injuries such as surgically removed tendons and a cut out tongue.Rickerts team was slaughtered by demons, young Rickert himself being the only one to make it out alive. Im sure hes traumatized from witnessing so many of his Volume 10 - 5/5Absolutely painful. Seeing Griffith in such a broken state made my chest hurt. The Hawks team up with Princess Charlotte in an underground retrieval mission only to find out that their savior Griffith is just barely clinging to life with dozens of permanent injuries such as surgically removed tendons and a cut out tongue.Rickert’s team was slaughtered by demons, young Rickert himself being the only one to make it out alive. I’m sure he’s traumatized from witnessing so many of his friends die.The retrieval mission was somewhat successful, but what hope do the hawks have now that their leader will never rise again? This was the most emotionally devastating volume so far.***Volume 11 - 4/5The big battle scene in this volume was epic and disgustingly vulgar, but the volume in its entirety mostly served as filler leading up to the eclipse. It doesn't advance the plot nearly as much as the last few volumes, but the hardcore brutality and epic battles of Berserk are always a treat. The next volume is where the nightmare truly begins...***Volume 12 - 5/5Absolutely heartbreaking volume. The despair of the Hawks as everything they’ve worked for is torn away from them, Griffith’s mental breakdown as he realizes his hopeless and agonizing state, Guts and Casca’s dilemma and their shared feelings for Griffith were all hard to watch unfold. And of course, we’re reintroduced to the Godhand in a horrifying rollercoaster of psychological manipulation and supernatural brutality. The volume ends with Griffith’s legendary betrayal, a scene that shocked and tormented millions of fans all around the world and set up Griffith as being one of the most hated men in manga history.
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  • Alan
    January 1, 1970
    Another fantastic volume. Darkest one yet!
  • Mason Strong
    January 1, 1970
    Just came in today and just finished it. Reading the Eclipse again is tough
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