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Guts the Black Swordsman and his companions brave the open sea, hoping to reach Puck's homeland, Elfhelm, and its powerful elven king, who might be able to restore the sanity of Guts' former lover, Casca. But seeking out a sanctuary for Casca means that Guts must postpone his hunt for his ex-friend and leader, Griffith, who has been reborn as a demon lord hell-bent on conq Guts the Black Swordsman and his companions brave the open sea, hoping to reach Puck's homeland, Elfhelm, and its powerful elven king, who might be able to restore the sanity of Guts' former lover, Casca. But seeking out a sanctuary for Casca means that Guts must postpone his hunt for his ex-friend and leader, Griffith, who has been reborn as a demon lord hell-bent on conquest. The winds of change blow fast and hard across the war-torn lands of the Holy See, and if Guts waits too long to exact his vengeance, Griffith might attain his murderous goals before Guts can return to Midland to stop him!


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Guts the Black Swordsman and his companions brave the open sea, hoping to reach Puck's homeland, Elfhelm, and its powerful elven king, who might be able to restore the sanity of Guts' former lover, Casca. But seeking out a sanctuary for Casca means that Guts must postpone his hunt for his ex-friend and leader, Griffith, who has been reborn as a demon lord hell-bent on conq Guts the Black Swordsman and his companions brave the open sea, hoping to reach Puck's homeland, Elfhelm, and its powerful elven king, who might be able to restore the sanity of Guts' former lover, Casca. But seeking out a sanctuary for Casca means that Guts must postpone his hunt for his ex-friend and leader, Griffith, who has been reborn as a demon lord hell-bent on conquest. The winds of change blow fast and hard across the war-torn lands of the Holy See, and if Guts waits too long to exact his vengeance, Griffith might attain his murderous goals before Guts can return to Midland to stop him!

30 review for Berserk, Vol. 33

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    😮😮😮😮😮😮 I’m.speechless. this is the beginning of the end of this world.

  2. 4 out of 5

    توفيق عبد الرحيم

    OMG what just happened? This is absolutely crazy Suddenly we have a feeling of the end even though it can't be the end because Guts is too far away from Griffith Actually on A second thought if Kentaro Miura wanted to finish things off in a very nice way he can make Griffith Kill This Multitude of Ganishka while Guts gets Casca to the Elves king and heals her and lives with her for the rest of their lives That's an ending i can live with just for the sake to see an ending to this series because OMG what just happened? This is absolutely crazy Suddenly we have a feeling of the end even though it can't be the end because Guts is too far away from Griffith Actually on A second thought if Kentaro Miura wanted to finish things off in a very nice way he can make Griffith Kill This Multitude of Ganishka while Guts gets Casca to the Elves king and heals her and lives with her for the rest of their lives That's an ending i can live with just for the sake to see an ending to this series because i don't feel safe when a writer as old as Kentaro Miura writes only 1 volume each year. Anyway like i said before i am stopping at 37 till all of this is over. So what happened in this volume? First we got ourselves A Great naval battle and we found out that Roderick is not A wussy woman killer after all !!! Guts seems to be getting the attention of all the ladies in the group even the little witch i mean they all love him and i thought this volume at one point that Farnese would fall in love with Roderick but he doesn't seem to have a single chance. The writer also impresses me with how much he seem to know about the timeline he is twisting the fuck up which is the timeline of kingdoms and kings and the inquisition trials Lords Kings princess and all the schemes that happen in the court of the king It is amazing he got this in the palm of his hands. We have to also notice that Griffith actually cares for his subjects he saved all of them from that city while he could have just ignored them and i bet he knew all of this was going to happen Just what is his deal already this guy confuses us he did the most evil deeds anyone can do but he also seems to be Benevolent in a way. The most Important event though is when Ganishka gets desperate and enters the womb of Beasts the Human made Behelit And gets reborn as this Humongous Freaky version of himself. The oracle says He just ended the reason of the world we heard this before when Griffith was reborn in a different way but It seems the reborn of Ganishka was even worse to the world then the reborn of Griffith. The next volume will shed more light on how fucked up the world just got... And i can not wait LETS GO

  3. 4 out of 5

    Aleksandra

    you know what I like? A huge demonic monstrosity appeared and Guts & Co are as far away as possible from that battle scene. Let the prophesied white hawk deal with the column of darkness.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bejaa

    This is insane 😲😲

  5. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    it feels so weird that the main crew were not at all near the action here, i didn't see that coming it feels so weird that the main crew were not at all near the action here, i didn't see that coming

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    This is the 33rd volume in the Berserk series. Things are a bit slow in this volume as well (they have been for the last few volumes). However, something big happens at the end that makes me think things are really going to get interesting in vol 24. In this volume we are back on the ship with Guts and crew when they are attacked by pirates (why this happens no one knows). Luckily Roderick is more than a match for them on the open seas. After this we end up back with Ganishka, who after being de This is the 33rd volume in the Berserk series. Things are a bit slow in this volume as well (they have been for the last few volumes). However, something big happens at the end that makes me think things are really going to get interesting in vol 24. In this volume we are back on the ship with Guts and crew when they are attacked by pirates (why this happens no one knows). Luckily Roderick is more than a match for them on the open seas. After this we end up back with Ganishka, who after being defeated by Griffith, decides to ascend beyond Apostle-hood and become ultimate evil; in doing so he destroys his troops and start a rampages across the country. Everyone is hoping that the Hawk of Light, Griffin will be able to defeat him. After that it’s back to the ship, where even on the open seas, Guts and crew realize that a terrible evil has been unleashed. As I said things move pretty slow in this volume. The pirate attack seemed a bit random but maybe it will play into future volumes. I am curious to see what happens with this new evil godlike Ganishka and how Griffith deal with it. I mean Griffith is pretty evil on his own so…. Overall this was a good installment in the Berserk series. While still a bit slow, this volume does add some new and interesting elements into the Berserk series that make me curious as to where things are going. I would continue to recommend this series to those who enjoy action-packed horror fantasy manga.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Zachariah

    Finally, things are picking up. Not only was there a pretty sweet battle at the beginning of this, but the end of the world is coming. And I think the art got better to.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Raven Reads

    Griffith is playing the good guy now and everyone seems to buy it. Looked like he already knew what's going to happen. And he wanted to play the hero . Griffith is playing the good guy now and everyone seems to buy it. Looked like he already knew what's going to happen. And he wanted to play the hero .

  9. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Yasssssss things are happening 😳😱🤯

  10. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    The beginning featuring Guts and Casca are very well done, as is the horror of Ganishka's ambition later on. But things do drag a bit with ship battles and the escape from Wyndham. Still a great volume overall. Probably closer to a 4.5, if I could give that rating. In some ways, you could say Ganishka is a reflection of Griffith. He readily sacrifices to achieve a level of greatness beyond what Griffith aspired to. But Griffith was able to leverage that sacrifice in a way that portrayed him as a The beginning featuring Guts and Casca are very well done, as is the horror of Ganishka's ambition later on. But things do drag a bit with ship battles and the escape from Wyndham. Still a great volume overall. Probably closer to a 4.5, if I could give that rating. In some ways, you could say Ganishka is a reflection of Griffith. He readily sacrifices to achieve a level of greatness beyond what Griffith aspired to. But Griffith was able to leverage that sacrifice in a way that portrayed him as a benevolent hero. He likely doesn't give a shit about the suffering and death Ganishka has caused. This is merely a chance for Griffith to consolidate power by fighting a villainous figure. Both have committed atrocities, both will sacrifice anything to achieve their goals of absolute power. The difference is that Griffith is better at hiding his cruelty.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dani Lane

    It's kinda like a bit of food after a famine, but finally Guts and his entourage are on their way to Elfhelm by ship and little personal insights into the characters are revealed or not revealed in a tantalizing way. Serves me right for getting hooked on a series of guys' manga. When ship captain Roderick asks Guts what Casca is to him, we get, "She's my..." and that's it? Yikes. But Sheirke (sp) and Farnesse come to terms with the fact that what they have with Guts is all they'll have with him. It's kinda like a bit of food after a famine, but finally Guts and his entourage are on their way to Elfhelm by ship and little personal insights into the characters are revealed or not revealed in a tantalizing way. Serves me right for getting hooked on a series of guys' manga. When ship captain Roderick asks Guts what Casca is to him, we get, "She's my..." and that's it? Yikes. But Sheirke (sp) and Farnesse come to terms with the fact that what they have with Guts is all they'll have with him. But it's great that Griffith is back...even as an enigma...what the heck is he anyway? God or man? If he's a part of the god hand, then why is the kingdom of Midland important to him? If he wanted it couldn't he raise a bunch of demons and just take it without the sanction of Princess Charlotte?

  12. 4 out of 5

    Richard Tran

    This book was a decent progression in the series. The focus isn't really on Guts and his party in this volume but instead talks about what happens to the Emperor after his defeat by Griffith in the previous volume. It also goes into detail about the events in Midland which had been primarily savaged after losing its king and the following invasion. Not a book for new readers to the series but for people that are already fans of Berserk it is a good volume to get as there is not much filler. This book was a decent progression in the series. The focus isn't really on Guts and his party in this volume but instead talks about what happens to the Emperor after his defeat by Griffith in the previous volume. It also goes into detail about the events in Midland which had been primarily savaged after losing its king and the following invasion. Not a book for new readers to the series but for people that are already fans of Berserk it is a good volume to get as there is not much filler.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Berk

    Crazy stuff happens when all reason ends. I like where this is going and I love what is included here with Guts and company. While I know that the Griffith chapters are leading to something big, getting there isn’t as enjoyable due to Griffiths nature at this point in the story. Still beautiful as ever and this series will always have me on the hook. 4 stars.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kassilem

    Well, this volume picked back up. There’s still plenty of Griffith but we can see broad connections. And the other half of the series focuses on Casca and Guts, and Guts and his inner demons. It’s tough to watch Guts put himself through hell for Casca when in her state of mind, she can’t realize it and even dislikes him. I feel so bad for him but I can’t blame Casca either, because she’s insane and isn’t mentally capable of more. I’m really excited about the possible cure in Elfhelm. Of course, Well, this volume picked back up. There’s still plenty of Griffith but we can see broad connections. And the other half of the series focuses on Casca and Guts, and Guts and his inner demons. It’s tough to watch Guts put himself through hell for Casca when in her state of mind, she can’t realize it and even dislikes him. I feel so bad for him but I can’t blame Casca either, because she’s insane and isn’t mentally capable of more. I’m really excited about the possible cure in Elfhelm. Of course, it’s never just simple, and who knows what will happen when Casca gets her memories back. But the possibility alone is enough to keep me biting my nails and hoping for faster updates. The two elves in the company continue to give comedy throughout the series and Farnese, particularly, is growing a lot as a character. I’m excited to see where this arc is going.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    This was a transitional volume, and one of growth. The party finally gets to take a breather on a ship, even with Guts still being plagued by his demon. The Kushan and the Band of the Hawk increase their tensions as well, and we get to see Gashinka is his new, gnarly body horror giant form. It ended on a cliffhanger, but I’m excited to see the coming battle while Guts and the party take a minute to sail.

  16. 5 out of 5

    George

    I feel like a total addict at this point, I can't put this series down for more than a few hours and the seminar presentation that should have taken precedence over anything has been put to the side time-after-time. The sense of loss that I'll feel after hitting volume 38 will be staggering I'm sure. I feel like a total addict at this point, I can't put this series down for more than a few hours and the seminar presentation that should have taken precedence over anything has been put to the side time-after-time. The sense of loss that I'll feel after hitting volume 38 will be staggering I'm sure.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Timothy Pitkin

    Oh my god the form the Emperor of the Kushan takes is actually good and you can defiantly tell that it was based off something from Lovecraft's mind. But other then that most of this volume is just set up and foreshadowing for future events with the second half dedicated to setting up for the battle between the Kushan's and Griffith. Oh my god the form the Emperor of the Kushan takes is actually good and you can defiantly tell that it was based off something from Lovecraft's mind. But other then that most of this volume is just set up and foreshadowing for future events with the second half dedicated to setting up for the battle between the Kushan's and Griffith.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Peter Barr

    In Berserk, Vol. 33 there are two stories taking place. Guts and his small band are on a voyage to the Land of Elves (or something like that) and the voyage has the characters develop. At the same time the Band of the Hawk are attempting to free Midland and seek their destiny against a tremendous foe. The art work and the story move well.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cat Randle

    The Band of the Hawk is marching across the land and we are all following to see where Griffth will lead. But the Kushan Kind will not be so easily swayed. The children are given a vision which the Midland Knights follow. Only to see a new evil break over the land. As Guts and the crew sale away, he has a premonition and we are given a new egg.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Babs

    Pirates!!! Yaaarggh!! The sea chase continues, whilst things get serious in Midland. The Demon Emperor takes a truly horrific gamble. As if things could get worse for the Holy See.....errr... eeeek!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Wombo Combo

    Berserk can be absolutely amazing, but it also has stretches that aren't so good. I think I've rated the last four books as 3/5 as well. I liked most of this, but didn't love any of it except for the very end, which seems really crazy. Berserk can be absolutely amazing, but it also has stretches that aren't so good. I think I've rated the last four books as 3/5 as well. I liked most of this, but didn't love any of it except for the very end, which seems really crazy.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Deshawn Vasquez

    That's more like it. It's a good payoff for all that padded set-up in the previous volume. That's more like it. It's a good payoff for all that padded set-up in the previous volume.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Adad Joseph

    Amazing art in this chapter

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    Another good volume.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bradley

    Always a pleasure Berserk, always a pleasure.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Eulercauchy

    Another amazing volume.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alok

    Whoa! I think that's the biggest monster (God?) I've ever seen in manga. It's much bigger than Pika from OP. The next volume would be epic! Whoa! I think that's the biggest monster (God?) I've ever seen in manga. It's much bigger than Pika from OP. The next volume would be epic!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Shell

    Another good volume

  29. 4 out of 5

    M. Ashraf

    Berserk Volume#33 Story picks up again; The Band of The Hawk enters the scenes again; Fights and Monsters everywhere; A prophecy foretold, the end is nigh :p Great artwork as usual 3:)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Spencer

    The scale of the story just keep getting bigger and bigger and a foe to rival a god is created.

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