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Encyclopedia: Q&A / Re: Has Willow influenced Miura?
« on: May 05, 2007, 03:49:24 PM »
 :griff: No, I wasn't joking. When comparing the Skullknight and Gaiseric to General Kael, I should have been more clear. I meant their similarities as far as costumes are concerned, not personalities. Hey... I don't know Gaiseric's personality. Gaiseric was only mentioned once in the manga.  :schierke: The Skullknight even has a sword similar in design to General Kael's sword. Okay, I will admit the Madmartigan and Serpico similarities may have been jumping off the deep end. But I still see many similarties between the world of Berserk and Willow. I see far more similarities in Willow, than I will ever see in Flesh and Bone or Star Wars (which Miura mentioned to have influenced his work, on the Berserk DVD interviews). But hey, that's just my opinion. You're not the the first to think I was crazy :???:. Willow was a friendly rated PG, while Berserk would be a crazed NC-17 borderlining Rated X.

Encyclopedia: Q&A / Has Willow influenced Miura?
« on: May 05, 2007, 09:40:54 AM »
I've read many topics on regarding Miura's influence. Guin Saga, Flesh and Bone, and a possible Hellraiser has been mentioned. But has anyone seen the movie Willow? This movie has some striking similarities to Berserk. I'm not mentioning this movie just because it has knights, wizards, fairies, and trolls. The character Madmartigan reminds me a lot of Serpico, not in looks, but personality. The character Sorsha reminds me of Farnese. You will have to watch the movie to understand the Sorsha and Farnese similarities. A baby with special powers (the moonlight child/demon child). And finally, the character General Kael is so damn close to the Skullknight and Gaiseric. General Kael wears a skeleton mask, and even carries a sword with thorns wrapped around the handle of the sword!  :isidro: That is way too close to be called a coincidence. Anyway, tell me what you guys and gals think. And also, check out the movie Willow, it's a kick ass movie.

:SK: SLIPKNOT  :SK:  :void: MARILYN MANSON  :void:  :beast: CRADLE OF FILTH  :chomp: Berserk should only be read with Heavy Metal music, and the occasional Pink Floyd.  :guts: In my own opinion.

Speculation Nation / Re: The Idea of Good?
« on: March 08, 2007, 12:41:05 PM »
LoL! God Foot?  :serpico: It would be funny if that actually existed. I don't mean to go off topic, but you got me thinking about this Idea of Neutral. Do you think that this Idea could possibly exist, Aazealh?

Oh yeah? Well I'll go ahead and call it factually inexistent at this current point in the manga and very unlikely to ever be featured in the future in the way you are depicting it. If that changes within the next 10 years you get the right to tell me I was wrong about it. =)

I'm gonna hold you to that, LOL!

 :isidro: <----- Aazealh in the next 10 years, if the Idea of Good appears in the manga.

I voted for Ganishka all the way! I would just love to see Griffith get his ass kicked! But come on folks... we all know Griffith is going to win  :judo:. Hold on... let me stop myself. Berserk is known for unexpected twist and turns. So we will just have to wait and see.

Speculation Nation / Re: The Idea of Good?
« on: March 02, 2007, 11:10:15 AM »
My fault administrator. I have just taken a full tour and now I know how to use the search engine to check for previously discussed topics.  :???: Anyway, I must agree with Serpico. The only one who could count the Idea of Good as utter nonsense is Miura  :miura:. The world of Berserk has gone through so many changes, and continues to change, it would be impossible to rule out anything.

Speculation Nation / The Idea of Good?
« on: March 01, 2007, 01:06:44 PM »
My wife got me thinking about this question after she read the lost EPISODE "God of the Abyss" in Berserk volume 13. From my understanding (and my wife's), the Idea of Evil was created by the evil ideas of the people. I know the world of Berserk is dark and just spewing to the brim with evil. But... not everyone in Berserk is evil or has evil ideas (Puck, Schierke, and at times Guts  :guts:  :chomp:). So could there just possibly be an Idea of Good? And what if this Idea of Good has apostles? For example, Skullknight?  :SK: For evil to exist, mustn't good exist as well? I (and my wife) may be jumping off the deep end here, but tell me what you guys and gals think.

Character Cove / Re: Least Favorite Berserk Character
« on: February 15, 2007, 09:46:39 AM »
Uriel reminded me of something. I hate Donovan  :chomp: much more than Griffith  :puck:. But I still can't stand Griffith. I will not be satisfied unless Griffith receives the same fate as Donovan. Which is death, by Guts' hands  :guts:! Come on, Guts deserves his revenge, poor guy  :judo:.

Character Cove / Least Favorite Berserk Character
« on: February 14, 2007, 11:26:06 AM »
Hey folks! This is my first time on here, so I hope I posted this question in the right section  :serpico:. Like many great stories, there are certain characters who really are annoying or just simply hated. For example, the not so loveable Jar Jar Binks, who played in Star Wars  :puck:. So I will ask you all, who is your least favorite character in Berserk? My least favorite character would have to be Griffith  :chomp:. He is a backstabbing traitor, who seems (so far in the story) to be getting away with murder. I hope Guts buries his sword in Griffith's chest someday. Anyway... reply back folks.

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