A collection of information about Berserk's creator, Kentaro Miura. This section is far from complete.
Futanabi - 
Noa - 
Berserk Prototype - 
King of Wolves外围体育投注 - Written by Buronson and illustrated by Kentaro Miura. 
Berserk外围体育投注 - [1989 - ongoing]
Ourou Den( The Legend of the Wolf King ) - Written by Buronson and illustrated by Kentaro Miura. Prequel to King of Wolves.
Japan - Written by Buronson and illustrated by Kentaro Miura. 
Berserk Illustration File外围体育投注 - Artbook. 
Gigantomakhia( or Giganto Maxia ) - A one volume science-fiction story that takes place 100 million years in the future. 
In 1997 Miura released a Berserk art book called the Illustration File. In this art book is a massive interview where most of the information we know about Miura comes from.
外围体育投注When the Berserk TV series was brought to North America, the DVD set included an interview specifically for its release. You can watch it here: , , and .
A letter was sent collectively by the SkullKnight.net community that asked some questions to clarify parts of the manga and to learn a bit more about Miura's professional life. He was gracious enough to respond. [You can read the response on SkullKnight.net](
Excerpts from an interview with Miura in 2000.
外围体育投注Here is a brief time line of his life and work.
Based primarily on this website:
1966: Kentarou Miura was born in the Chiba Prefecture of Japan on July 11.
1973: Began experimenting with drawing in a notebook.
1976: Began creating his first manga, “Miuranger,” for his classmates.
1977: Began using a pen for drawing.
1979: In middle school, began experimenting with screen tone, and learning about the world of doujinshi (fan works).
1982: Enrolled in artistic classes in high school, meeting life-long friends and fellow mangaka Shizuya Wazarai (of “Cestus”) and Tsuneji (created “Holy Land” and “Suicide Island”). Soon afterward, Miura published his first doujinshi in a fan magazine.
1985: A sci-fi one-shot, “Futatabi” was created for his application to Nihon University. The manga was later published in Weekly Shonen Magazine, earning him the nomination of Best New Author.
1985: Miura published another sci-fi, “Noa,” in Weekly Shonen Magazine.
1988: Miura published the “Berserk Prototype,” a 48-page one-shot that serves as a rough sketch of the series he would later dedicate much of his life to. The manga won a ComiComi Manga School prize.
1989: Graduated from Nihon University's Art Department. Miura drew “King of Wolves” based on a script from Buronson, writer of “Hokuto no Ken.” The work was published in Animal House in May.
1989:外围体育投注 The first regular installment of “Berserk," Black Swordsman, was published in Animal House magazine in October.
1990: “The Legend of the Wolf King,” a prequel to “The King of Wolves,” was published in Young Animal magazine, where Miura would later bring “Berserk.”
1992:外围体育投注 Miura worked with Buronson again on “Japan,” which was serialized in Animal House.
1992:外围体育投注 Miura brings Berserk from Animal House to Young Animal, a semi-monthly seinen publication.
1996:外围体育投注 Worked with Studio OLM to oversee the production of a 25-episode anime adaptation of Berserk, which aired from October 1997-March 1998 on Nippon TV.
1997: The first Berserk artbook, Berserk Illustrations File, was released in February in Japan.
1998: Postcard book WAR CRY released in August.
1999:外围体育投注 Wrote the scenario and created designs for a Berserk game on the Sega Dreamcast, “Berserk: Chapter of the Oblivion Herbs”. The game was released in English as “Sword of the Berserk: Guts' Rage” in 2000.
1999:外围体育投注 Berserk Visual & File Story, an artbook for the Dreamcast game, was released in December.
2002: Won the Tezuka Cultural Award for Excellence for his work on Berserk.
2004: Released a Berserk game on the Sony Playstation2, which recreates events from Guts’ travels during the Millennium Falcon Arc.
2008:外围体育投注 Worked with Japanese musician Gackt, a Berserk fan, to create an illustration of him for the release of the Gackpoid vocal music synthesizer.
2010: Painted an alternate cover for friend and fellow mangaka Chika Umino's “March Comes in Like a Lion,” Volume 3.
2012:外围体育投注 The first of a three-part theatrical adaptation of Berserk's Golden Age is released. Miura's level of involvement in the project is not known.
2012:外围体育投注 Miura was among several famous mangaka that contributed a congratulatory drawing for “Hajime no Ippon” reaching 1000 episodes in October.
2013: Miura took a year off of Berserk to publish the 6-part sci-fi miniseries “Gigantomakhia,” which ran from November 2013-February 2014 and was later collected in a single volume.
2013: Miura painted the cover of a “Guin Saga” fan book , published in June.