Yes, you're wrong. This misinformation has been corrected dozens of times. Here's a highlight reel.JezzaX said:I would have thought the breaks he has, consisted of vacational time? I could be wrong.
Aazealh said:And you seem to be mistaken like many people are about Miura's breaks. He doesn't take vacations, he just concentrates on the plot and the development of the story for a while, thus taking a break from the regular production of episodes. He may also use that time to paint covers or color illustrations, create new character designs, or work on various other stuff (games, etc).
Walter said:But, we already know that while on these breaks, Miura is working on the plot and story sequences.
Aazealh said:You should know that the breaks in the prepublication used to be principally to plan the plot development (and it might still be the case for all we know).
Aazealh said:His breaks are usually to work on the plot, but this time it's different.
Aazealh said:He plans them all in advance (plot, progression of the story, dialogue, new characters, etc.) during his usual breaks, and works on drawing episodes individually on a two weeks basis (6 days a week). Nothing really unusual, but it takes a lot of work to make a series as refined and polished as Berserk. Miura doesn't draw 10 episodes in a month to then spend 5 months in boobieland paradise.