Documento senza titolo
Documento senza titolo
 ~ Home Page
 ~ Donations
 ~ Become ally
 ~ Contact us
 ~ Italian version
 ~ What is Berserk?
 ~ Manga info
 ~ Anime info
 ~ Biography
 ~ Interview (DVD 3 Anime US)
 ~ Characters A/L
 ~ Characters M/Z
 ~ Summaries Anime episodes
 ~ Videogame - Berserk (PS2)
 ~ Videogame - Sword of the Berserk (DC)
 ~ 83: The Lost Chapter and God Theory
 ~ Apostles
 ~ Behelit
 ~ Gadgets
 ~ Names Analysis
 ~ Susumu Hirasawa Biography
 ~ Susumu Hirasawa Interview
 ~ Anime (21)
 ~ Artworks (31)
 ~ Doujinshi (Berserker) (34) [M]
 ~ Fanarts (38)
 ~ Hentai (Forces) (42) [M]
 ~ JP Laserdisc (13)
 ~ Soundtrack Anime (4)
 ~ Manga (Colour) (46)
 ~ Manga (Black/White) (21)
 ~ Miura (4)
 ~ Videogame: Sword of the Berserk (23)
 ~ Warcry (48)
 ~ Anime Music Video
 ~ Songs Lyrics
 ~ Soundtracks
 ~ Berserk official corner (JP)
 ~ List of Guts' victims (EN)
 ~ Trading Card Game (JP)
 ~ VAP (JP)
 ~ Videogame Berserk (PS2 JP)

> Author > Biography
Kentarou Miura sensei is the author of Berserk.
He was born in Chiba, 11th July 1966. When he was only 10 years old he made his first manga, named “Miuranger”. On 1982, following this natural attitude, he attended artistic high-school, while he kept drawing and being published on some Japanese fanzine, where he was quite appreciated. After the school, he joined a competition on Shonen Magazine, and he obtained a special prize with his manga Futatabi.
But the most important event happened in 1988, when he won an award for Berserk (a short story, starting point for the Berserk we all know), that he sent to Hakusensha, a famous Japanese publisher. On 1990, the first number of Berserk is released in Japan. Berserk didn’t sell very good in Japan at the beginning honestly, and only in 1991 its sales did improve slightly. Due to its success, starting from 1992 Berserk started to be published in other countries as well. On 1997 Berserk anime is released in Japan, made up from 13 episodes that summarize the first part of the manga.

Other Miura works: Ken e no Michi (1997); Noa (1985); Oh-Roh (1989), in cooperation with Bronson; Oh-Rohden (1990), where’s still Bronson the one who writes the plot; and Japan (1992).

- He is close friends with Yoshihiro Togashi, author of Yu Yu Hakusho and husband of Sailor Moon authoress Naoko Takeuchi.
- Miura was born with webbed toes, a fact not known to most of his fans. {picture}
- He is left handed.


Documento senza titolo
Supported by
Made by


Documento senza titolo
BerserkRealm } Online since 2000. Version EN 1.0. Optimized for Internet Explorer 6.0 ( or later ) or Firefox ( or later ). All the images in this site are copyright of K. Miura and Hakusensha. All the contents are made by fans, unofficial and no violation of copyright is intended. The copy of this site is forbidden, just like actions such as mirroring or leeching. Unreal Factor webdesign.