Berserk Volume 41 (Berserk (Graphic Novels))
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Fans are still mourning the death of mangaka Kentaro Miura almost a year ago, as tributes from luminaries such as Elden Ring director Hidetaka Miyazaki continue to pour in. Hakusensha, Dark Horse, and Glénat are commemorating the occasion with a Berserk illustration in major newspapers in all three countries: Asahi Shimbun, The New York Times, and Le Monde. The series began the following year in the Hakusensha's now-defunct magazine Monthly Animal House, which was replaced in 1992 by the semimonthly magazine Young Animal, where Berserk has continued its publication intermittently.
Griffith is charged with treason and imprisoned in the Tower of Rebirth while the Hawk are branded outlaws. Griffith is shown visions of his consciousness by Uvik to be convinced that a few more sacrificed lives are trivial in regard to the fulfillment of his dream.The story follows Guts, an orphaned mercenary on his quest for revenge, and consists of five major story arcs: "The Black Swordsman Arc" [nb 1] (volumes 1–3); "Golden Age Arc" [nb 2] (volumes 3–14); "Conviction Arc" [nb 3] (volumes 14–21); "Falcon of the Millennium Empire Arc" [nb 4] (volumes 22–35); and "Fantasia Arc" [nb 5] (volumes 35–). Guts succeeds, but is emotionally scarred when he killed the noble's young son Adonis to conceal the deed. Griffith is distraught at Guts' departure, and in a lapse of judgment he is caught sleeping with Charlotte.