Trigun is an anime - and manga - from the 1990s and 2000s History of the humanoid Typhoon Vash the Stampede It's a cult that has burned itself into the minds of many viewers. Many years have passed since those moments when he ventured through deserted and desolate landscapes, guns in hand. However, he is about to return.
After a few teasers and leaks of various kinds, the time had come made the return of Trigun official with the anime Trigun Stampede, named after Vash the Stampede. The project will arrive sometime in 2023 and has obviously made many happy. Trigun fans on Twitter and social media have warmly welcomed Vash's return. And what does the author of the original manga think of this return in an animated version instead?
A Tweet by Yasuhiro Nightow, the mangaka who published Trigun and Trigun Maximum between the late '90s and 2000s. "I'm blown away by your welcome...thank you all...!! Thanks to Blood Blockade Battlefront's exceptional animation, Samuel L. Jackson catapulted himself into the credits scrolling in front of me with one eye. Again yes. It is a non-standard project. Please enjoy my lousy luck to the fullest.”
A very sui generis comment from the author of Trigun and Blood Blockade Battlefront.
"。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。 ク 豪 た た っ り ご 堪 能 下 下 い。 https://t.co/HCmAN11mte- 内藤泰弘 / YasuhiroNightow (@nightow) June 17, 2022