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Interest 3rd Berserk Film's Poster Reveals January 2013 Delay
posted on 2012-08-23 02:10 EDT
The visual art for the advance poster of Berserk Ōgon Jidai-Hen III: Kōrin (Berserk Golden Age Arc III: Descent), Studio 4°C's third and final Berserk anime film, revealed the new release date of January 2013. The staff had said last November that the third film will open this year.
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This poster and the accompanying flyers will be sent out to theaters nationwide on Saturday.
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