History Manga / TriGun

4th May '18 12:02:49 AM ninjamitsuki2
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** At the end of ''Trigun Maximum'', Vash says he wants to [[Manga/OsomatsuKun wear fake teeth and end his sentences with "Zansu"]].
8th Apr '18 8:04:38 PM Kirboy92
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The show, formerly licensed in the US by Pioneer/Creator/{{Geneon}} and now licensed by Creator/{{Funimation}}, is on [[https://www.youtube.com/show/trigun YouTube]], [[http://www.hulu.com/trigun Hulu]], and [[http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Trigun_The_Complete_Series/60030879?trkid=2361637 Netflix]].

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The show, formerly licensed in the US by Pioneer/Creator/{{Geneon}} and now licensed by Creator/{{Funimation}}, is on [[https://www.youtube.com/show/trigun YouTube]], [[http://www.hulu.com/trigun Hulu]], and [[http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/Trigun_The_Complete_Series/60030879?trkid=2361637 Netflix]].Hulu]].
20th Feb '18 5:05:46 PM Ninamarie124
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5th Feb '18 9:23:32 PM Hommeng
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* HarmfulHealing: Similar to the ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' example, members of the Eye of Michael in the manga are able to use special vials to regenerate injuries, but these also cause rapid aging. [[spoiler: This is the reason why Wolfwood appears to be in his thirties [[YoungerThanTheyLook despite only being in his late-teens]], and ultimately he ends up overdosing to defeat Livio and Razlo and dying.]]
5th Jan '18 6:44:56 AM nombretomado
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* HowToStopTheDeusExMachina: Vash is incredibly skilled with his weapons and probably capable of taking out every single baddie he ever faced, short of [[spoiler:his own brother]]. What holds him back? [[MartialPacifist Martial Pacifism]]. If he really unleashed himself, he'd hurt a lot of people, and he doesn't even want to hurt the bad guys. Unfortunately, attempting other options sometimes allows harm to come to innocent bystanders, although not as often as one would think. In fact, the impression is given that, before Knives sicced the Guns on him, he pulled off a miracle practically every time, if at great personal cost, so his world goes through a bit of a paradigm shift while the audience watches.
5th Jan '18 6:01:28 AM CharlesPhipps
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An exceptionally thorough and entertaining analysis of the first fourteen episodes of the anime can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ou5GWl0Roc/in here]]. The English dub was one of the flagship shows of Creator/AdultSwim (along with ''Anime/CowboyBebop'') and helped to set the mood that the sub-channel was simply for mature audiences and not necessarily "adult" audiences.

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An exceptionally thorough and entertaining analysis of the first fourteen episodes of the anime can be found [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ou5GWl0Roc/in here]]. The English dub was one of the flagship shows of Creator/AdultSwim (along with ''Anime/CowboyBebop'') and helped to set the mood that the sub-channel was simply for mature audiences and not necessarily "adult" audiences.
28th Nov '17 5:22:21 AM nirao01
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* WeaponTitle: The series is named after Vash's three guns; his silver revolver, his left ArmCannon, and his organic WaveMotionGun.



* WhamEpisode: The anime has several of these, but the biggest one is probably Episode 12, "Diablo". Up to this point, the majority of the series was basically 'The Wacky Adventures of Vash & Friends'. This episode introduces Legato, and things only get darker from there.[[note]] With the notable exception of Episode 14, "Little Arcadia", which in the original manga takes place ''before'' Legato appears.[[/note]]

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* WhamEpisode: The anime has several of these, but the these.
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biggest one is probably Episode 12, "Diablo". Up to this point, the majority of the series was basically 'The Wacky Adventures of Vash & Friends'. This episode introduces Legato, and things only get darker from there.[[note]] With the notable exception of Episode 14, "Little Arcadia", which in the original manga takes place ''before'' Legato appears.[[/note]]
26th Nov '17 1:08:30 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* UngratefulBastard: To appease a bunch of bandits whose leader was posing as him, Vash stripped naked and barked like a dog. Later Wolfwood [[WhatTheHellTownspeople called the towns people out]] for mocking him, reminding them of the fact that they wouldn’t be alive if it wasn’t for Vash.

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* UngratefulBastard: To appease a bunch of bandits whose leader was posing as him, Vash stripped naked and barked like a dog. Later Wolfwood [[WhatTheHellTownspeople called the towns people out]] out for mocking him, reminding them of the fact that they wouldn’t be alive if it wasn’t for Vash.
23rd Nov '17 2:14:21 PM Manw0name
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* ThouShaltNotKill: Deconstructed. Just because you refuse to kill doesn't mean that others will choose to follow your highly idealistic philosophy. Indeed, following this philosophy will not only cost you dearly, but make you less effective at actually ''stopping'' suffering and misery than being willing to kill does, because [[KillHimAlready some people are so irredeemably evil that the only way they will stop causing misery is when they are DEAD]].
21st Sep '17 6:05:30 AM jormis29
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In 2010, Yasuhiro Nightow started a modest series of new works for the Trigun universe in anticipation of the movie ''Trigun: Badlands Rumble''. First it was a two-chapter story, going by the same name as the movie, drawn by Nightow himself to serve as a preview for the movie. The second was a One-Shot, ''Trigun: Rising'', it is a short tale about Rai-Dei the Blade, one of the original Gung-Ho Guns, drawn by Yuusuke Takeyama. The third, and final, was another One-Shot, entitled ''Trigun: The Lost Plant'', a story set 6 years after the original manga ending; it was drawn by Boichi and later published as an extra for the 12th Volume of his own series, ''Manga/SunKenRock''. A compilation manga titled ''Trigun: Multiple Bullets'', featuring a number of short stories (including the previously mentioned three), was released in 2011.

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In 2010, Yasuhiro Nightow started a modest series of new works for the Trigun universe in anticipation of the movie ''Trigun: Badlands Rumble''. First it was a two-chapter story, going by the same name as the movie, drawn by Nightow himself to serve as a preview for the movie. The second was a One-Shot, ''Trigun: Rising'', it is a short tale about Rai-Dei the Blade, one of the original Gung-Ho Guns, drawn by Yuusuke Takeyama. The third, and final, was another One-Shot, entitled ''Trigun: The Lost Plant'', a story set 6 years after the original manga ending; it was drawn by Boichi Creator/{{Boichi}} and later published as an extra for the 12th Volume of his own series, ''Manga/SunKenRock''. A compilation manga titled ''Trigun: Multiple Bullets'', featuring a number of short stories (including the previously mentioned three), was released in 2011.



* {{Bishonen}}: Can be used to describe Legato and Wolfwood, but probably not the first word you think of. Vash too, but he loses bishie points when he has [[BarbarianLongHair long hair]] and [[BeardOfSorrow beard]] and even more when [[RatedMForManly drawn]] [[TallDarkAndHandsome by]] [[Manga/SunKenRock Boichi]].

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* {{Bishonen}}: Can be used to describe Legato and Wolfwood, but probably not the first word you think of. Vash too, but he loses bishie points when he has [[BarbarianLongHair long hair]] and [[BeardOfSorrow beard]] and even more when [[RatedMForManly drawn]] [[TallDarkAndHandsome by]] [[Manga/SunKenRock Boichi]].Creator/{{Boichi}}.



* RatedMForManly: Moreso in the hands of [[AscendedFanboy Boichi]].

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* RatedMForManly: Moreso in the hands of [[AscendedFanboy Boichi]].Creator/{{Boichi}}.
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