Berserk, Vol. 36
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Berserk, Vol. 36 (Berserk #36)

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What Guts the Black Swordsman and his companions had seen as an island refuge for monstrous sea creatures and the ghost ship of the demonic Bonebeard is, in fact, the very lair of the malefic sea god that controls them. With no avenue of escape, Guts must once again don the Berserker armor to give his company any chance of survival. But without the protective influence of...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published October 2nd 2012 by Dark Horse Manga (first published May 10th 2012)
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Anirudh
Mermaids are introduced to the Berserk World. The sketches are nice but not much in terms of plot
Koen Claeys
People who know the series know what to expect. I enjoy reading this and always look forward to the next volume.
Patrice
The plot is slowing down to Dragon Ball Z story advancing speeds.
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