Berserk Chapter 364 Release Date Confirmed, Will Release With a "Messages to Kentarou Miura" Booklet
The chapter will also come with a booklet
Recently, Young Animal Comics announced the official release date for Chapter 364 of Berserk manga, and here’s everything you need to know about it.
With more than 50 million copies in circulation worldwide, Berserk is one of the best-selling Japanese manga series of all time. The popular Japanese manga series is written and illustrated by Kentaro Miura.
The series follows the story of Guts, a lone warrior who joins the ‘Band of the Hawk’ mercenary group after getting defeated by its leader, Griffin, in a battle.
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Berserk is acclaimed for its dark story and characters by fans from all parts of the world. The manga also received a 24-episode anime adaptation that premiered in October 1997. However, in May 2021, the entire community was shaken by the news of Kentarou Miura passing away due to aortic dissection.
Berserk has 363 chapters covering 5 story arcs, and the latest chapter came out on January 22nd, 2021. However, heartbroken fans started to wonder if the manga series would continue any further when the author passed away.
When Does Berserk Chapter 364 Come Out?
Recently, Young Animal Comics confirmed that Berserk Chapter 364, probably the last chapter Kentaro Miura worked on, will publish in Young Animal issue 18/2021. The issue will be released on September 10th, 2021, so fans will read a new Berserk chapter next month.
The announcement also stated that the issue would include a colored page and a poster with the best scenes of the manga. Other than that, the issue will come with a booklet titled “Messages to Kentarou Miura.”
To be clear, Young Animal Comics didn’t yet confirm that the manga series will continue after that author’s death. Chapter 364 could very well be the last Berserk chapter we’ll get to read. Anyway, it’s hard to jump to any conclusion without any official word from the publication or Miura’s assistant.