While JoJos Bizarre Adventure is certainly one of the stranger anime franchises today it is far from as dark as the story of Berserk though one fan has decided to imagine what the Black Swordsman created by Kentaro Miura would look like if he were dropped into the world of Hirohiko Araki and the Joestars. While Berserk returning to the world of anime is unknown at this point the story of the Joestars is set to return this fall with the comeback of the Stone Ocean on Netflix giving us new episodes focusing on the journey of the daughter of Jotaro Jolyne Cujoh.
Unfortunately for fans of Berserk the creator of the franchise Kentaro Miura passed leaving his epic manga series unfinished. At present the publishers of the series Young Animal have yet to reveal whether the series will continue under the assistants to Miura who helped the mangaka in producing the story of the Band of the Hawk for years. While a new anime adaptation has yet to be confirmed for the story of Berserk we definitely wouldnt be surprised if we one day see Guts and company someday return to the small andor silver screen thanks to the popularity of the dark fable.
Fan Artist Ark Nemesis shares this inspired crossover imagining what Guts would look like if he were drawn by Hirohiko Araki and joining the Joestars on their various adventures though the Black Swordsman is not pictured with a Stand though is still holding onto his trusty Dragon Slayer which has been one of the most recognizable swords in the medium of anime JoJos Bizarre Adventures anime is set to make a comeback this fall but the franchise from the mind of Hirohiko Araki is continuing to release a wild number of new stories in the manga. Currently there are two ongoing spinoff series in the forms of Crazy Diamonds Demonic Heartbreak and Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan that are focusing on two residents of the sleepy town of Morioh in Josuke Higashikata and Kishibe Rohan. With other stories featuring the likes of Lisa Lisa and Iggy arriving earlier this year the world of the Joestars is only getting bigger.
What do you think of this take on the Black Swordsman in the world of the Joe stars Feel free to let us know in the comments or hit me up directly on Twitter EV Comedy to talk all things comics anime and the worlds of JoJo and Berserk. Disclosure Comic Book is owned by CBS Interactive a division of Paramount. Sign up for Paramount+ by clicking here. Start the Conversatio Full metal Alchemist brought the story of the Elric brothers to a close years ago with Edward and Alphonse Elric bringing their long journey to a close after dealing with a number of threats to the world at large. Earlier this year fans of the anime franchise were shocked when it was announced that not one but two new sequels for the first live action adaptation were set to arrive this summer in The Avenging Scar and Final Transmutation and a final trailer has been released for part two of the trilogy and the battle against the complicated villain known as scar.
Scar is definitely one of the most interesting characters in the history of Full metal Alchemist being a troubled villain that is attempting to take down the military thanks in part to the sins that the government is continuing to perpetuate throughout the anime franchise. With the second live action film set to focus on him and his battle against the Elrics The Avenging Scar will hit theaters in Japan on May 10th though a North American release date has yet to be revealed as to when fans can expect this new live action sequel will arrive. With the previous live action film landing on Netflix we would not be surprised to see the two sequels do the same in the future.
Fullmetal Alchemist The Avenging Scar shared the final trailer for the action packed sequel which will put the complicated antagonist at the forefront as more events from the original manga series are translated into the world of live action thanks to the creators at Warner Bros. Entertainment While creator Hiromu Arakawa hasnt given fans any hints that she will be returning to the world of the Elric brothers for any new stories in the future the mangaka is currently working on a new manga series titled Tsugai of the Underworld. While not receiving an anime adaptation of its own as of yet we definitely would not be surprised if the latest work from Arakawa receives its own small screen series.