Berserk: Vol. 2: Immortal Soldier
Original Title: Kenfu Denki Beruseruku
Country of Origin:  Japan
Production year: 1997
Director: Naohito Takahashi
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 631595-600278
Running time: 1:40 (100 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, [Color status unset], 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: July 30, 2002
Collection type: Owned (#844)
Status: Available
Purchase date: March 25, 2006
Purchase price: Hidden
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Overview
Led by Griffith, the Band of the Hawk has become the most powerful military force in the Kingdom of Midland. But it is the fate of those who succeed to attract the ire of those who do not. Griffith walks freely among the King's court, while the ministers and nobles hatch their betraying schemes.

On the battlefield the Hawks have superior tactics, mobility and striking power. However, some soldiers are beyond the rules of war and the limits of human comprehension. A monster guards the path Guts and Griffith must travel. Known as Zodd the Immortal, he has stalked the battlefields for nearly 300 years. His appetite for blood and murder is unquenchable.
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Berserk: Vol. 2: Immortal Soldier
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Genres
Anime
Fantasy
Action
Studios
Production Studios:
 • NTV
 • VAP
 • AnimeWorks
Audio format
English  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Japanese  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles
English
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Episodes 6-9
Features
 • Scene Access
 • Feature Trailers
 • Gallery
 • Outtakes, Textless Opening
Easter Eggs
Go to the extras menu, and while in it you press left, you'll light up a symbol on the left torch. Press enter to see a chibi picture of Nosferatu Zodd.
Crew
Direction
Naohito Takahashi....Director
Writing
Kentaro Miura....Original Material By
Production
Yoshiko Nagasaki....Executive Producer
Mitsuru Oshima....Executive Producer
Toshio Nakatani....Producer
Toshiaki Okuno....Producer
Cinematography
Mitsunobu Yoshida....Director of Photography
Music
Susumu Hirasawa....Composer
Art
Shichiro Kobayashi....Art Director
Cast
Nobutoshi Hayashi....Guts
Toshiyuki Morikawa....Griffith
Yuko Miyamura....Caska
Tomohiro Nishimura....Corkus
Akira Ishida....Judeau
Akiko Yajima....Ricket
Masuo Amada....Pippin
Unshou Ishizuka....Void
Kenji Utsumi....Zodd (Ep. 6)
Hiroyuki Yokoo....Dillos (Ep. 6)/Fighters (Ep. 8)
Yuri Shiratori....Charlotte (Ep. 7)
Masato Tsujimura....Foss (Ep. 7)
Eiji Maruyama....Minister A (Ep. 7)
Yuuji Fujishiro....Minister B (Ep. 7)
Masayuki Nakata....Soldier (Ep. 7 & 8)
Hideto Ebihara....Soldier/Guard (Ep. 7 & 8)
Mayumi Asano....Court Ladies (Ep. 8)
Tomoko Miura....Court Ladies (Ep. 8)
Ritsuko Kasai....Court Ladies (Ep. 8)
Masaaki Tsukada....Lord 1 (Ep. 9)
Hiroshi Naka....Lord 2 (Ep. 9)
Shouji Satou....Hail (Ep. 9)
Eiji Sekiguchi....Additional Voices (Ep. 6, 8 & 9)
Yasuyuki Kase....Additional Voices (Ep. 6 & 9)
Marc Diraison....Guts
Kevin Collins....Griffith
Carolyn Keranen....Caska
Mark Sebastian....Corkus
Cris Kromer....Judeau
Michelle Newman....Ricket
Jeff Ward....Pippin/Hail (Ep. 9)
John Avner....Void
J. David Brimmer....Zodd (Ep. 6)
Toby Antony....Dillos (Ep. 6)/Soldiers (Ep. 9)
Rachael Lillis....Charlotte (Ep. 7)
Greg Miller....Foss (Ep. 7)
Eric Mann....Minister A (Ep. 7)/Soldiers (Ep. 9)
Kristin Gedny....Court Ladies (Ep. 8)
Ellen Wolf....Court Ladies (Ep. 8)
Carla Tassaura....Court Ladies (Ep. 8)
Michael Tremain....Soldiers (Ep. 9)
Sean Schemmel....Soldiers (Ep. 9)
Alex Cohen....Soldiers (Ep. 9)
Jeff Swarthout....Additional Voices (Ep. 6, 7 & 9)