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Berserk (ベルセルク Beruseruku?) is a 2016 Anime adaptation of the Conviction Arc of Berserk produced by LIDENFILMS, GEMBA and Millepensee.

The anime was announced in December 2015 in Young Animal magazine, with a short preview trailer released later in the same month. The series is heavily produced in CGI, in a manner akin to the Berserk: The Golden Age Arc film trilogy. It is directed by Shin Itagaki and written by both Makoto Fukami and Takashi Yamashita in collaboration. Shirō Sagisu will compose the music for the series while Susumu Hirasawa, famed composer of the 1997 series and following video games, will return to compose an insert song for the new series titled Hai yo. A second season, covering Falcon of the Millennium Empire, is scheduled to air in Japan in Spring 2017.

The first episode was broadcast in Japan on July 1, 2016. Media distribution service Crunchyroll has obtained the streaming and publishing license for the anime, which is available for viewing at Crunchyroll's website.

Cast

Cast Seiyū
Narrator/Void Unshō Ishizuka
Guts Hiroaki Iwanaga
Puck Kaoru Mizuhara
Farnese Yōko Hikasa
Serpico Kazuyuki Okitsu
Isidro Hiro Shimono
Azan Hiroki Yasumoto
Casca Toa Yukinari
Skull Knight Akio Ōtsuka
Griffith/Femto Takahiro Sakurai
Mozgus Rikiya Koyama
Luca Miyuki Sawashiro
Nina Natsumi Takamori
Jerome Daisuke Hirakawa
Erica Ayana Taketatsu
Rickert Minako Kotobuki
Godo Takashi Inagaki
Schierke Chiwa Saitō
Silat Yuichi Nakamura
Tapasa Kōji Ishii

Episodes

Main article: List of Episodes
# Title Original airdate

Music

Opening theme:

Inferno

Inferno Single Art

Ending theme:

Meimoku no Kanata

2016 ED Special

Trailers


Gallery

Anime Scans

Concept Art

Trivia

  • This is the first anime series to be produced for Berserk in nearly two decades.
    • This is also the second anime adaptation to begin with the first few chapters of the Black Swordsman Arc, before immediately moving onwards to the next arc after the first episode.
  • During the series' initial run, Casca's skin color was recolored to be noticeably darker in the opening, starting from the premier of episode 11.
  • The special edition of the Volume 1 and 2 Blu-Ray box sets will feature original cover designs illustrated and colored by Kentaro Miura himself.

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