If it was that easy to get a weekly release JUMP would be putting mangaka in a concentration camp constantly drawing high quality to be getting faster at it.
High quality like Berserk requires a huge amount of time to be made no matter the experience, a shame he doesn't keep up the same pace when Berserk is in the beginning but from what i heard how he was back then that would be for the best.
I just hope he actually finishes it. Doesn't matter how long he takes. As long as he finishes it during his life time.
This story seems to be SOOOO far from the ending. Still no contact with any of the God Hand's true forms. We got a sub version with Slan that was it. Actually really considering buying the volumes for it since I hear Dark horse comics did a great job at printing them. Also they are a little bigger than the normal size jump volumes. So you get to see he pages nicely spread out to look at all the details he draws.
Yeah sometimes i'm afraid he won't finish this before he passes on, i heard someone say he doesn't consider Berserk his final work though so i'm kinda unsure about how long this will take. I mean Griffith and his Band of the Hawk have been shown enough for us to see Gutts is nowhere near they'r level.
True but the way Griffith has been shown shows there still is a long way to go for Gutts, facing his Band of the Hawk could be a nice way to power him up a bit.
There's also Gutts' "family" wich i feel like will also be getting fights other then going against fodder.
Don't forget the other God Hand are out there as well by the way, i find it amusing that Griffith flaunts his grandness so much while the others stay in the shadows plotting.
Griffith is greedy and impatient i believe his little "adventure" with Charlotte in the Golden age has shown us that. His Band of the Hawk also does not really seem the bunch either to settle down for peace.
The God Hand consider Griffith their king by the way. They see him as what their prophecy is the coming of the dark ages. Which is what Zero mentioned Fantasia merging with the Human world. All the new starting changes were clearly shown during the first arc with Schierke.
Griffith seems like a good idol to look up to for the people but they don't realize that the demons aren't really settling for harmony amongst the humans. I wouldn't be surprise when he finally takes the thrown all hell will really start breaking lose. (Which should be shown soon) I think it Guts will hear about this incident once he passes the sea to the Elven place.
What I'm hoping for is this happens when Caska get's her mind back if she does. The group will focus on the sole goal of over throwing Griffith. This will fix Guts constant quarreling with himself on whether to go after him or ignore him. Since his friends around him will help him out.