Walter said:Yeah I also liked him in this. I dunno though, I can see how he might be able to pull off Griffith, but he sounds a little too rough for the part to me.
This is Gackt we're talking about, so I'm sure he'd have no problem softening his voice if he needed to.
Walter said:If they do end up changing the VAs though, I'd like Guts to be voiced by someone who can fill his 6 foot frame. The former voice actor, while nailing the rough tone, always sounded too high-pitched when he was screaming (RAAAAH instead of ROOOUUUAAAHHHH if that makes any sense ).
Hmm I don't know, out of all the voice actors, he's the one I liked the most I think.
PublicEnemy said:The commercial doesn't even have nothing to do with Volume 35. My prediction is their will be an animated series and its going to be a remake of the first season and have more of course.
Thanks for your insight.
PublicEnemy said:The style of animation is a thousand times better than the old anime.
Unfortunately, nothing in there strikes me as being a "thousand times better" than the 1997 series. Not even twice better actually.
PublicEnemy said:The voice actor for Guts in the English dub was very good. Actually, everyone in the English dub sounded and performed great.
I never understood how anyone could think they were even remotely close to tolerable, let alone good. That English dub is just appalling. It's like a parody.
Lara Skadi said:The only thing that bothers me is that if it`s supposed to be the scene Guts left the Hawks, it`s just wrong Guts wasnt wearing an armor! Plus, Griffith`s sword doesnt look broken, but there`s not enough to tell, really....
That's indeed the scene it's depicting. It couldn't possibly be another one. And like I pointed out earlier there are other inaccuracies in the footage, and some pretty big ones at that.
berserkfan said:Does anyone else think that (assuming there is an anime series in progress of being made) the reason after all these years they've finally decided to make a new animation series is its because the mangas getting closer to being complete?? If they're really planning on revamping it from the beginning then it may be because they think they have more then enough material to work with. Miuras probably even met up with the studio heads and given them an estimate of when the manga might be done, so that by the time they get around to the current arc the manga will probably either be done or atleast 90% finished. What do you guys think??
I don't think that's going to happen. First, we don't know what they're planning to do. Nothing guarantees they'll try to adapt the whole series (if they did, I think the end of the Millennium Falcon arc would be the perfect place to stop). Second, the manga won't be 90% done any time soon. There's absolutely no way they could start a project now and still be going without having stopped by the time the manga reaches its end.
berserkfan said:If the anime series goes on for several years (since they do have alot of stuff to cover), then it wouldn't be a stretch to believe that he'd be done atleast an additional 20% of the manga by the time the anime gets around to fantasia arc.
Yes it would be a stretch. Berserk has been going on for over 20 years now, and it's not being released any faster than it used to be. I'll say it again: we don't know anything about this new project for now, so let's not get ahead of ourselves.
PublicEnemy said:Being on the front page of Young Animal pretty much confirms its going to happen now. What more confirmation do you need lol.
It's just the same thing that was on volume 35's cover. Nothing new.
Eluvei said:Anyway, the source of the news posted on Anime News Network does not seem to mention any kind of anime series as well (can anyone that speaks Japanese confirm this?) http://natalie.mu/comic/news/38251
Like Walter said I posted about this on page 1 of the thread, before ANN updated their article with it. It's what made me wary of this whole business in the first place.