No, I don't think it's likely to happen. It depends on the success of the other movies in this trilogy, but given the standard set by the opening act, I don't think it will grow a significant amount of new viewers with subsequent releases. And that's unfortunate for a number of reasons—first and foremost, it makes Berserk look like something that isn't worthy, when it's really a matter of the skill of those who adapted it.SuperVegetto said:Anyway do you think that there could be new Berserk animes in the future if the trilogy fails?
I think a tightly focused story like the Black Swordsman Arc, which doesn't jump around in time every few volumes, could have been something special. Adapting the Golden Age first turned out to be a big mistake in my opinion (surprise).
The scenario you just described was told in an interview with the producer of the anime, shown a few months back.but some guy of Lucent Studios that decided to ask Miura to give the studio the right for an anime got rejected and he said Miura had tens of offers he rejected but Miura gave them the green light later when they showed him a high quality 77 seconds Berserk anime, and they were the only ones to do so. Hope it wasn't a problem asking your opinion here
Like I said in the review thread, it's painful for me to have to explain how something I love was adapted into such a trainwreck. It's something I'd hoped to avoid having to do, at length. Hence my displeasure. People should just watch it themselves and come to their own conclusions.Hope it wasn't a problem asking your opinion here