'Berserk' Will Continue Under the Supervision of Kentaro Miura's Friend

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There were early talks that indicated that fans would never know how Kentaro Miura's Berserk would end. Having been a little over a year since the mangaka's death, news has been released by Hakusensha, publishers of Young Animal, that the manga will continue.

With a heartfelt letter to fans, the Young Animal Editorial Department apologizes for the lack of news and goes on to announce that Kentaro Miura's friend, Kouji Mori, will be carrying the Berserk torch as he was in know on how Kentaro Miura saw the story ending, and has a great deal of material left in his possession from Miura. While Berserk will continue without the late Kentaro Miura, the team promises to maintain the quality and storyline that was discussed with Miura, and nothing more.

Berserk will conclude the current Fantasia Arc in six more chapters where it will then go on to a new arc with the credits updated to: "Original, Kentaro Miura Manga, Studio Iga Supervision, Kouji Mori." The full announcement can be found over on Hakusensha's website.

In other manga news, Yoshihiro Togashi says he is working on new chapters of Hunter x Hunter.