yea all the time in the manga. Not so much the anime nowadays but deff the manga...too many to count actually.Staks said:Did you get any goosebumps from any scenes in Berserk be it in the manga or the anime?
There was a specific scene in the Anime that did it for me... It was when Griffith (Post-torture) is watching from afar as Casca and Guts have an intimate moment. The close up on his eye was chilling!
O man you got a long way to go buddy, and it only gets better I love when people are still early in the manga. Be sure to let us know how the future volumes creep you and give you goosebumps.Saintly pants said:That one, very cinematic moment in volume ten in wich Casca loses her torch because she got jumpy listening to the creepy legend of the tower after which it falls into the black chasm where it briefly illuminates the ruins of a crumbled city, littered with hundreds of corpses. Then it hits the floor and before the light burns out you see they all have brands. An entire city was sacrificed to evil!
That's as far as I am in the manga right now and it creeped me out a lot. Mostly because it was something new I didn't expect after watching the anime first.
It was subtle and cryptic too. That's when you tend to get the most goosebumpy.
Well it's been discussed many times before, I think the only real answer is that it's all part of the mystery. Nobody really knows exactly how it went down 1,000 years ago.Jaze1618 said:btw, how come 1000 year old corpses all have branded forheads? Shouldn't they be skeletons by now? Also, are sacrifices eaten? Not to take the thread too off topic. But feel free to PM me if you have a good answer.
That scene was pretty good, too. >>;smoke said:A huge one was when Guts and Griff's eyes met as Guts 'n co. were rowin' out to the big boat.
I also loved that scene, particularly in conjunction with the imagery shortly preceding it, where we are shown the crumbling tower take the form of a giant hand, which I interpret as Miura's own extending high five.-mushi- said:Uh, I hope I'm not necroing. This hasn't been posted in for roughly a month, but it's near the top and I wanted to post in it when it was created so... if necro it be, then necro it be.
I can't believe nobody's mentioned the scene I've had in mind. The only scene that really, not just left me in awe or had me incomprehensibly squealing like a little girl, but gave me literal goosebumps was the scene where Guts turns around at Albion to see the campfires from below forming the shape of the brand. (Okay, so maybe I did incomprehensibly squeal like a little girl, but it was incomprehensible squealing about excellent writing/imagery. >>; ) It's been said a million times that some moments in Berserk are ridiculously ripe for cinematic translation, and this scene is evidence. Just think about it: a slow panning from behind Guts as he turns that reveals the campgrounds over the hillside layered with the sounds of gravel crunching beneath Guts' feet, screams as confusion and terror consume the campgrounds and, of course, the fires crackling in otherwise still night air. That's one of those scenes so delicious and nutritious you don't put in it in the trailers and clearly not just because Guts' ass would be in 98% of the frames. Seriously, though. Immediately after that scene, I wanted to give Miura a high five.
That scene was pretty good, too. >>;
Oh god this.Walter said:Falconia.