‘Berserk: The Golden Age Arc’ Brings Back Cast For English Dub Of Memorial Edition

The Japanese animation production Studio 4°C announced that they were doing a television version of the “The Golden Age” arc film trilogy from the dark fantasy ‘Berserk.’ Subtitled “The Memorial Edition,” it divides the films into thirteen episodes.

Crunchyroll announced that they had acquired the license to produce an English dub, with many of the TV show’s cast returning to their roles.

They dropped the cast list on their website:

  • Guts voiced by Marc Diraison
  • Griffith voiced by Kevin T. Collins
  • Casca voiced by Carrie Keranen
  • Corkus voiced by Doug Erholtz
  • Bazuso voiced by Dave B. Mitchell
  • Louis voiced by Frank Todaro
  • Gambino voiced by Dave B. Mitchell
  • Dan voiced by Luis Bermudez
  • Rickert voiced by Michelle Newman
  • Riguel voiced by Michael Sorich

You can watch the trailer below:

MyAnimeList described the synopsis as follows,

“He has believed only in his own sword. With no friends, no family, and no home to return to, Guts is a lonely swordsman who travels around as a mercenary in a land shaken by the Hundred Years War. Guts is able to handle a sword longer than he is tall and easily defeats powerful enemies. Griffith, the leader of the mercenary group “Band of the Hawk,” has his eye on Guts. Griffith, who has a commanding power unimaginable from his beautiful appearance and great ambitions, wins Guts in a duel and brings him into the Band of the Hawk to fulfill his own dream.

As they go through numerous fierce battles together, their friends become bound by trust. The bond between Griffith and Guts, in particular, has become something special. Eventually, the Band of the Hawk rose to become the regular army of the Kingdom of Midland, but this was only the first step in Griffith’s quest to reach the top. Guts, on the other hand, is taken in by Griffith’s “dream” and begins to question his life of just wielding a sword. But what Guts doesn’t know yet is the terrible fate that their endless dreams have bestowed upon them…”

The project was announced at the Aniplex Online Fest 2022.

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