The 1990s and 2000s brought anime fans some unforgettable products. The nostalgia for this time is strong and for this reason we have been looking for a reboot or a revival of these souls in recent years. And one of them just came back, rumors from the last days leakers: trigun.

Written and drawn by Yasuhiro Nightow, Trigun is a manga that was released in two distinct phases and also received an anime. But now it's time to return, and after a poster clearly attributable to Trigun, another animated project has been announced.

TOHO announced on June 17 that Studio Orange, an animation house working with 3DCG that has already released Beastars and Land of the Lustrous, will be taking care of Production of Trigun Stampede, which will debut in 2023. The anime will also appear on Crunchyroll, which has announced the simulcast in over 200 countries and territories around the world.

2nd July Crunchyroll will be at Anime Expo Meanwhile, he will devote a panel to Trigun Stampede to reveal more information. There will be Kouji Tajima, designers, Kiyotaka Waki ​​and Yoshihiro Watanabe, producers from Studio Orange, and Katsuhiro Takei from TOHO. The first poster was published by the official TOHO account, which you can see below Vash the Stampede watches the devastation ahead.

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