You're trying to demonstrate that the latest episode lacks consistency by making finicky diagrams of Guts' facial profile, you might as well be suggesting something like that. I didn't see any difference in the two examples you chose by the way, even rescaled they seem like a pretty close match to me.I never said Berserk should be an anatomy teaching book or an exercise in "drawing the same thing identically".
While it's true that the whole face needs to vibrate, parts like the eyes, mouth, eyebrows and forehead are more actively used to convey emotion than the nose or jaw which don't change much for the most part, except for something more pronounced like rage, joy or sorrow; so if that's your reason for complaining about the slight differences in bone structure you noticed I don't think emotions are your best argument here.The problem is that a lot of those faces from the recent chapters,which should convey the emotions that texts can't provide,or complement them,are hindering the experience because of these flaws.
But this is pretty much what you're doing right now.I don't read looking for every angle or anatomy mistake, ...
It seem like this needlessly overscrupulous approach to the recent artwork might come from you holding the author in such unrealistically high regard up until now that you didn't notice his many other deviations and inconsistencies throughout the series, which are a common occurrence for manga art in general. That being said, the most recent emotionally impactful moment happened in ep. 359 when Guts reacts painfully to Casca's distress. If that wasn't an amazing display of silent emotion consistently found throughout the story I don't know what is.Miura was a legend,a god when it came to represent emotions without needing a lot of text bubbles at the panels.
I've personally managed to read normally all the way through and appreciated the art just the same, and it seems like I'm not the only one. If you ask me, I would say the artist's job has been fulfilled. This is not the best Berserk has ever looked, that in itself is something hard to pinpoint and differs from person to person, but the average standard of quality and technique is just as high as it's always been, and I think you're overreacting. Not every panel is gonna have deeply emotional and focal artwork, what's important is that the mental state of the characters has been conveyed clearly, which it has.However,you must mantain some level of technique.
Otherwise the viewer may think there's something wrong of how a character is,instead of reading normally through the comic and appreciating the art.