Berserk Season 1 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD
About Berserk Season 1 Limited Edition Blu-ray/DVD
Berserk Season 1 Limited Edition contains episodes 1-12 plus a rigid chipboard box with specialty print featuring Japanese cover art and a 4-panel digipac featuring a spread of character art.
Peer into the dark once more—the Black Swordsman roars again! Branded for death and hunted by demons forevermore, Guts embarks on a journey to escape his fate and get his revenge on the man he once considered a friend. With his monstrous blade, Dragonslayer, he and a band of unlikely allies will face danger unlike any they’ve ever experienced before. The answers he seeks lie shrouded in the night.
Special Features: Promo Videos, Textless Opening & Closing Songs, and Trailers.
- Publisher: FUNIMATION
- Media: Blu-ray
- Spoken Language: English, Japanese
- Subtitle Language: English
- Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy
- Themes: Adventure
- Age Rating: 17+
- Run Time: 300
- Year Created: 2016
- Release Date: 1/16/2018
- Dimensional Weight: 1
- Region Code: A
Ratings & Reviews
by treiz -
20yrs after the '97 show we finally have a continuation. 1000 chtr limit highlights:
This show takes us to much more demonic, graphic, and explicit content. Be warned that much of this was removed for CR but is shown in this release.
Of the controversy, Miura's work is highly detailed horror. 3D animation allows for fewer corners to be cut. It's a stylistic and production choice you just have to accept, just like the freeze frames, stilted low quality fight scenes, and gratuitous use of camera pans in the '97 anime were accepted.
Aside from the above, the show is excellent. The dub is good. I enjoyed the music. The fights are much more interesting, and I LOVE the sound design. Guts' sword is like no other, and it SOUNDS like no other now. They made every step he takes heavy and unique within the show. It's a detail I appreciated.
If you are new and interested, I suggest you start with the three recent movies, as this show continues the story from where they left off.
It is a lot more better looking than the TV version
by Grevin -
Not a big fan of the CG, however they did clean it up nicely compared to the TV version. I mean there is a few scenes that are still stiff but characters are no longer still. So I say give it a try (because I don't want to wait another 12 years for a continuation from the Golden Arc.)