Crunchyroll – Berserk: The Golden Age Arc
With new cuts offered by the staff at Studio 4°C and new music by Susumu Hirasawa and Shiro Sagisu, there’s by no means been a greater time to dive again into the gritty world of Kentaro Miura’s Berserk than with The Golden Age Arc – Memorial Edition. And beginning on Saturday, January 14, you’ll be part of Guts on his ongoing journey within the English dub on Crunchyroll.
Here is the primary forged and crew main the cost:
- Guts voiced by Marc Diraison
- Griffith voiced by Kevin T. Collins
- Casca voiced by Carrie Keranen
- Corkus voiced by Doug Erholtz
- Bazuso voiced by Dave B. Mitchell
- Louis voiced by Frank Todaro
- Gambino voiced by Dave B. Mitchell
- Dan voiced by Luis Bermudez
- Rickert voiced by Michelle Newman
- Riguel voiced by Michael Sorich
- Recording Studio: NYAV Put up
- ADR Administrators: Michael Sinterniklaas, Stephanie Sheh
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The “Memorial Version” model of The Golden Age Arc movie trilogy is part of a bigger Berserk celebration, which features a Kentaro Miura exhibition touring round Japan, in addition to the discharge of the primary chapter of the collection penned by Studio Gaga (Miura’s staff of assistants) below the watchful eye of an in depth pal of Miura’s Kouji Mori after the passing of the manga creator final Could.
Berserk: The Golden Age Arc‘s three movies have been initially launched between February 2012 and February 2013 and hail from director Toshiyuki Kubooka at Studio 4°C. If you happen to’re a fan of darkish fantasy anime, do not miss the English dub when it drops this Saturday, right here on Crunchyroll!
When lone swordsman Guts is defeated in a duel by Griffith, bold chief of the Band of the Hawk mercenaries, he now should battle for him. Distrustful of all at first, by means of hard-fought battles, he quickly begins to bond along with his new comrades and their chief. As they rise in rank to a full-fledged military, he begins to harbor doubts a few life lived by the blade, unaware a dreadful destiny awaits.
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