Berserk 373: We’ve all been waiting for the release of Berserk Chapter 373, and the wait is finally over! The chapter 372 is now available to read online and in print. In this chapter, we get to see her take action. After learning about Guts’ whereabouts and the danger he’s in, Casca sets out to save him, and she doesn’t hesitate to fight off any soldiers that get in her way. We also get to see her use her newfound strength to her advantage as she takes down foes with ease.
This chapter is sure to be an exciting one, as it brings us closer to the climax of the story. We can only imagine what will happen next, but one thing’s for sure: Guts and Casca are in for an epic adventure. Fans of the Berserk series won’t want to miss this chapter, as it’s sure to be thrilling.
Berserk chapter 373 Release Date
The highly anticipated manga series Berserk is set to release its next chapter, chapter 373, on either the 25th or 26th of May. Fans have been eagerly awaiting the latest installment, which follows the story of Guts, a lone mercenary on a dark journey. With his faithful allies by his side, Guts embarks on a journey of revenge and redemption, as he battles against overwhelming odds. Fans are sure to be excited to see what the next chapter brings.
Berserk chapter 373 What Will Happened Next?
This was the best chapter the team’s done so far. I’m so glad to see they’ve moved up to doing full-length chapters and that their art has improved so much. The paneling around Casca cutting off that soldier’s arm was especially strong—great sense of buildup and impact.
Plot-wise, it looks like Griffith has Casca under a sort of spell that suppresses who she is. Based on some of Miura’s commentary before he passed, I think she’ll have to fully reckon with the reality of the eclipse to be able to escape from that spell. She clearly subconsciously knows, given her tears in her trance, when she sees the new BOTH. I’m definitely looking forward to how her facing this is handled.
Zodd’s reaction to hearing of Casca’s treatment is also interesting; he’s shown feeling ambivalent. Obviously, he has some idea of who Casca is to Griffith and Guts, and he might feel that Griffith’s treatment of her clashes with his sense of honor.
I wonder what Griffith will be looking for in the east—he might be after the hidden Bakiraka village that Silat took Rickert to, given that that would be one of the last areas of human civilization not under his rule. This chapter definitely was a step up from the earlier ones in terms of art and the plot, and while it’s obviously nowhere near Miura’s level, it’s great to see the team consistently improving.