Alucalb said:He's not the worst dub actor ever (that dubious honour goes to the putz who voices Sanji), but his Zoro lacks the edge or aggression the character ought to have. Even if I've never seen a fansub before, I'd expect Zoro to sound like a grizzled bastard, not a Dragon Ball reject.
Alucalb said:Then there's the editing, like muskets and pistols changed into supersoakers and popguns. WTF? They keep all the sharp pointy swords, but change the firearms into, well, waterarms? Pirates don't get those eyepatches and peg legs fighting with NERF weapons, you know.
Vladimir said:So,it's long too!
Yeah,but,why is there just one personn working on it,and not many?(I cannot understand that )Aazealh said:Still faster than Dark Horse though, can't complain. One volume every month like in Germany would have been nice, but it requires several translators working together on it and a solid editing company not to screw up.
Vladimir said:Yeah,but,why is there just one personn working on it,and not many?(I cannot understand that )
Vladimir said:And beside,"Glénat"(the french company)is not so that poor
BillyBudd said:They need to get to Volume 14 ASAP because I want to know what happens after the anime.
Aazealh said:Noticing that only now, I just want to tell you that volume 9, 10 and 11 aren't wasted time even if you've watched the anime a hundred times. Believe me, they're worth their price. Needless to say, 12 and 13 are great too.
-rob- said:What I'm worried about is DarkHorse giving up after 10 or 15 or something like that.
jackson_hurley said:i must agree especially since theres soooo much stuff in these books compared to the series!
i doubt that..i've seen a post somewhere on their board that they are far from stopping it..
Chris Warner said:Hi everybody,
Chris Warner here, Dark Horse editor of Berserk. Believe me, no chance we'll stop publishing Berserk. Just in the way that business is done on the title, we contract three volumes at a time, and we're about to contract through volume 15, but I'd say with about 99% certainty that we'll be with the series to the end. The books have been very strong sellers for us—especially of note since a major mass-market retailer won't rack adults-only titles, offering them only as special orders—and we're currently exploring increasing the schedule to bi-monthly (if this happens, the first bi-monthly release would be in fall 2006). If we are able to go bimonthly, I'll spill the beans here first.