Mb | Jun 9, 2022 | Reading Time: 2 Min.
The future of Kentaro Miura's Berserk manga is decided. Berserk serialization continues. A new manga chapter will be published in the 13th issue of Young Animal magazine published by Hakusensha on June 24 in Japan. The Fantasia Arc/Elven Island Chapter Story Arc will be completed in six chapters and the new Berserk Arc will begin after that.

Going forward, the manga will have the following credits: "Original work by Kentarou Miura, manga by Studio Gaga, supervised by Kouji Mori."

Studio Gaga is Miura's studio with his assistants and apprentices who also worked on Berserk. Mori is a close childhood friend of Miura's, whom Miura frequently consulted on details of Berserk's plot. Mori said in the statement that he "knows the story of Berserk to the end." Mori drew a one-shot manga in Young Animal last year that chronicles his lifelong friendship and creative relationship with Miura.

Berserk has positioned itself as one of the most popular and best-selling works in the medium, with more than 50 million copies in circulation worldwide. Written and drawn by Kentaro Miura, this epic dark fantasy manga began its journey with a "pilot" he presented in 1988. Official publication began in 1989 in the (now defunct) Animal House magazine, moving to the pages of Young Animal in 1992. After more than 30 years of serial history and long interruptions, this work has now grown to 41 volumes.