Hakusensha's Young Animal
magazine is announcing in its 19th issue (pictured), which will go on sale on September 23, that Berserk
will go on hiatus. It is planned that the series will return within the first half of 2017. Berserk previously resumed
serialization in June of this year, with the magazine featuring a new chapter each month.
's manga series has been serialized in Young Animal magazine since 1989. It has received multiple anime adaptations, including a 25-episode anime adaptation
in 1997 by studio OLM
, as well as a movie trilogy
animated by Studio 4°C
premiering between 2012 and 2013. The most recent anime adaptation
premiered in July and was produced by Millepensee
, with a sequel
slated for Spring 2017. Young Animal magazine published the 38th volume of the manga on June 24, and also announced that the previous 37 volumes would be reprinted as the series resumed publication under a new imprint.
has been licensed in various regions, with Dark Horse licensing the series for North American release in 2003. Crunchyroll simulcast
the recent Berserk
(2016) TV anime in various regions, while Aniplus HD simulcast the series in Southeast Asian territories. Crunchyroll also licensed
the series for home-video release.
Source: Scan of Young Animal