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Berserk, tome 15 (Berserk #15)

4.49 of 5 stars 4.49  ·  rating details  ·  1,124 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Guts, le guerrier noir, promène son imposante silhouette de routes en villages. Sur son passage, les cadavres s'amoncellent et il laisse derrière lui des torrents de sang. Le corps vêtu de noir, il porte sur son dos une épée aussi haute qu'un homme. Sur son cou, une marque mystérieuse le condamne à être poursuivi jour et nuit par des démons. Puck, l'elfe facétieux, croise ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 2006 by Éditions Glénat (first published January 1998)
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Federiken Masters
Dec 29, 2013 Federiken Masters rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Los mismos
Recommended to Federiken by: Lo mismo
La verdad que el tomo se me hizo un poquito largo pero tiene las suficientes escenas de mal gusto, hiperviolentas, incómodas y dibujadas con sangre inocente como para seguir sumergiendo a mi retorcida mente con las desventuras de Gatsu y lo poco que queda de sus amigos.

También me gustó que comiencen, aunque sea de a poquito, a desarrollar la historia de Farneze, jefa de los Caballeros de la Santa Cadena, enviada del Vaticano en nombre de la Santa Orden de comprobación de Milagros. Un personaje c
Craig Williams
This story arc was alright, even though it had all the makings of "filler". It's difficult to follow up the epic origin story before, but having Guts go up against a horde of killer fairies/bees that used to be disenfranchised village children? Meh - kinda weak. Nevetheless, it was a smooth, mildly entertaining read, although I wish they had just wrapped by the volume's end. Oh well - onwards and upwards!
The good old manga was picked up for the season. The blood is flowing, the carnage was almost on every second page as Guts, the black swordsman, made his way trough the country. He saved little Elf named Puck, who became his unwanted but devoted companion and one would say he was making Guts remembering that there is something more then gutting random people, monsters and accidentally some little girls.
This one is quite gruesome. The story seems to have deviated a bit. But still pretty interesting.
some REALLY disturbing imagery/plotting in this one. did they really have to go there? and is there a reason why underage psuedo-elves can't wear some kind of clothing?
Griffith, you bastard!
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Kentarou Miura (三浦 建太郎) was born in Chiba City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, in 1966. He is left-handed. In 1976, at the early age of 10, Miura made his first Manga, entitled "Miuranger", that was published for his classmates in a school publication; the manga ended up spanning 40 volumes. In 1977, Miura created his second manga called Ken e no michi (剣への道 The Way to the Sword), using Indian ink for t ...more
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