Hey man, have you thought about making a YouTube channel, or a "BreadTube" channel as I like to calll them, haha? You could talk about your marxist analysis of Berserk and other Japanese cartoons a.k.a. anime, how Guts is the proletarian and Griffith is the bourgeoisie and stuff. Cool stuff.
It definitely seems overtly Neitzchean to me but I'm lost as to how you would could it marxist without sounding like a dumbass. The show never really makes much of class conflict in any meaningfull capacity, it's mostly just set in a shitty and unforgiving world. Hell, if anything the politics of the world that Berserk is set in are machiavellian. That suits the world better too imo, needs society to continue on being harsh. Honestly the main character would laugh in your face for trying to make the story about your own preconceptions of the world.
Bruh one of the central themes of the story is that being alienated and alone is bad because you get stuck reliving trauma and fighting individual battles. Guts realizing he needs a group of people to work with is so central to the story that it happens twice. The band of the hawk allows him to be part of something bigger than individual fights (until Griffith sacrifices it all for individual personal gain), and the current group looks like it's going to confront and fight the godhand and help fix the world finally.>>3901
The world isn't capitalist at all so trying to apply Marx to it is kind of dumb, yeah. Histmat doesn't really apply either because of CAUSALITY being actually magic reality warping. You could call perhaps call Griffith a reactionary though because he's trying to revive a dead ancient empire. The series is also very much into great man theory with the vast majority of characters being borderline irrelevant playthings of the few people who can actually affect the story. A lot of the "great man" characters are regular people though, so there is that.
berserk is like the simpsons, good for first few seasons, horse shit afterwards