After the airing of the twelfth and final episode of the anime Trigun Stampedethe new adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Yasuhiro Nightow, trigunthe production of a new sequel was announced, which will complete the adaptation project. Although the announcement doesn't specify the format of this sequel (season, movie, OVAs), it was previously leaked that "Trigun Stampede would have 24 episodes", therewith It is most likely a second season.

The production shared a special promotional video to announce this information, which features the theme song, "Seija no Kushin“ interpreted by Salyu. This song served as the closing theme for the last episode of this first part.

The platforms crispy roll is responsible for sales in the West. Nightow published the manga in the magazine Monthly Shōnen Captain from the publisher Akita Shoten between May 1995 and February 1997. The publisher has compiled the work into three volumes. The author then continued the publication under the title Trigun Maximum in the magazine Young Our King from the publisher Shönengahosha between December 1997 and May 2007 with a total of 14 published anthologies.

The work inspired a 26-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios madhouseLed by Satoshi Nishimura and scripts written by Yousuke Kuroda, Premiered in April 1998. With a total of seventeen fillings, Trigun has a high fill level of 65 percent.

production team

  • kenji mutu (BEASTARS, HELLO WORLD) is responsible for directing the anime Studio Orange.
  • Tatsuro Inamoto, Shin Okashima (Godzilla: Singular Point, Gaikotsu Shotenin Honda-san) And Yoshihisa Ueda are responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays
  • Kouji Tajima (Fuuko no Iru Mise), Tetsurou Moronuki, Takahiko Abiru (Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season, Vinland Saga), Akiko Sato, Soji Ninomiya And Yumihiko Amano They are responsible for character design and animation direction.
  • Tatsuya-kato (Mirai Nikki, Shokugeki no Souma, Dr. Stone) composes the soundtrack.
Trigun Stampede

Synopsis for Trigun Stampide

On Noman's planet Earth, reporters Meryl Stryfe and Roberto De Niro traverse the desert in search of the infamous outlaw Vash the Stampede. But the man they find near the abandoned town of Jeneora Rock is a far cry from the deadly terrorist they expect. In reality, Vash is a carefree, passive loafer; He is a defender of peace loved by the townspeople. His inaccurate reputation actually stems from the atrocities committed by his twin brother, Knives Millions. Despite this, Vash is nicknamed "The Humanoid Typhoon" due to his propensity for violent chaos.

Chaos soon ensues in the form of bounty hunters seeking the hefty price on Vash's head, and their violent pursuit poses a great threat to the city and its precious power plant. Vash's skill with weapons means he is capable of most to resist these nefarious powers. However, he must soon face the ultimate evil: the unstoppable destructive power of his evil brother.

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