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Pay heed, struggling one. Soon, a storm of death and madness that will rage around you that no mortal can atone for. But, pay heed struggling one. Struggle, squirm and fight. That is the only sword with which you can hold death at bay. Ne'er forget this.
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The Berserk manga is my favorite peace of modern literature, i wear a Behelit around my neck every workday and this review is a response to D. Stockard lenghty 1/5 amazon review which you all should look up as his thought encapsulate mine perfectly but i liked a few more scenes: One would be Griffith's trippy transformation and his short fight against the Skull Knight. Thus i give it a slightly better rating but the movie committed the worst sin of all. Being boring, besides being irritating, which is a given at this point. The animation process again wasn't finished, as always. Movie 2 is the worst btw. from a cinematic standpoint as it was just 3 extended scenes with no context but movie 3 straight out vomit over the last parts of the Eclipse as it glorifies rape. I thus would love to know what Miura thought of this adaptation. Who knows what the studio will do with the rest of the manga but they should just stop. The folks at skullknight forums would love that but this project will at least give me a few nice AMVs and maybe a new Susuma song? Well, one can only dream...
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