History Manga / Trigun

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}}.
2nd May '17 1:23:48 PM Piromano80
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* LongList: Vash's long-winded introduction to Wolfwood:
-->'''Vash:''' I am Valentinez Alkalinella Xifax Sicidabohertz Gumbigobilla Blue Stradivari Talentrent Pierre André Charton-Haymoss Ivanovicci Baldeus George Doitzel Kaiser. Don't hesitate to call.[[note]] Your translation may vary, because wow.[[/note]]


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* OverlyLongName: Vash's long-winded introduction to Wolfwood:
-->'''Vash:''' I am Valentinez Alkalinella Xifax Sicidabohertz Gumbigobilla Blue Stradivari Talentrent Pierre André Charton-Haymoss Ivanovicci Baldeus George Doitzel Kaiser. Don't hesitate to call.[[note]] Your translation may vary, because wow.[[/note]]
7th Apr '17 8:24:47 AM thekeyofe
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** Meryl's AwesomeButImpractical fighting style has her contentiously drawing and discarding derringer pistols every two shots. After one shootout she's seen walking around picking them all back up.

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** Meryl's AwesomeButImpractical fighting style has her contentiously continuously drawing and discarding derringer pistols every two shots. After one shootout she's seen walking around picking them all back up.
17th Feb '17 8:13:55 AM Aggron9988
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* OnlyALighter: The third episode sees an outlaw boss DualWielding long-barrel revolvers that are actually matching cigarette lighters. This HarmlessVillain with a SlasherSmile plots a bank heist posing as Vash.
13th Feb '17 2:30:49 AM eroock
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-->--'''[[InnocentBystander Random Villager]]'''

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-->--'''[[InnocentBystander -->-- '''[[InnocentBystander Random Villager]]'''
16th Jan '17 8:09:33 PM Az_Tech341
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*** Most of Ep.25 ("Live Through") looks fine, but there's one sequence near the halfway point that manages to have the laziest animation of the entire series. ''Kuroneko-sama'' was off-model! How do you even ''do'' that??

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*** Most of Ep.25 ("Live Through") looks fine, but there's one sequence near the halfway point that manages to have the laziest animation of the entire series. ''Kuroneko-sama'' was off-model! How do you even ''do'' that??
15th Jan '17 10:56:58 PM Soufriere
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** Also, the final episode of the TV series has some beautiful animation.
** The FullEpisodeFlashback, "Rem Saverem", looks noticeably better than the episodes surrounding it.



* TheAtoner: Vash is atoning for [[spoiler:destroying July City, then later for the Fifth Moon Incident, and then later still (in the anime) for killing Legato]], plus all the people he's failed to save. Wolfwood, meanwhile, is atoning for [[spoiler:becoming a mercenary]]. In the manga, [[spoiler:Livio]] steps into Wolfwood's shoes after [[spoiler:killing him]], which is one of ''many'' things he sets out to atone for.

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* TheAtoner: The series has several.
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Vash is atoning for [[spoiler:destroying July City, then later for the Fifth Moon Incident, and then later still (in the anime) for killing Legato]], plus all the people he's failed to save. save over his long life.
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Wolfwood, meanwhile, is atoning for [[spoiler:becoming a mercenary]]. In the manga, mercenary]].
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[[spoiler:Livio]] steps into Wolfwood's shoes after [[spoiler:killing him]], which is one of ''many'' things he sets out to atone for.for.
** Manga only: Rem became the primary caretaker for Vash and Knives because she wanted to atone for [[spoiler:failing to save Tessla from the SEEDS scientists' constant invasive experiments (which soon killed the poor girl)]].



* OffModel:
** Early on in the manga, characters' faces often look… weird. Especially women.
** The TV series is known for being all over the map in terms of its animation quality. Individual episodes can and often do jump between this and AnimationBump depending on the scene.
*** The worst-looking episode by far is Ep.16, "Fifth Moon". Unfortunately, that episode contains major plot development… and the all-important lead-up to the Incident is where the animation really takes a nosedive.
*** Episode 3 is a noticeable step down in quality from the first two.
*** Most of Ep.25 ("Live Through") looks fine, but there's one sequence near the halfway point that manages to have the laziest animation of the entire series. ''Kuroneko-sama'' was off-model! How do you even ''do'' that??



** All the non-{{Gonk}} characters must have only ''four'' faces or something. This happens so much in Nightow's work that most ''Manga/BloodBlockadaBattlefront'' characters look like ''Trigun'' expies. Vash's face must be the most overused one -- Livio even looks like Vash/Knives with a fancy tattoo. Even ''Chronica'' sort of looks like them.

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** All the non-{{Gonk}} characters must have only ''four'' faces or something. This happens so much in Nightow's work that most ''Manga/BloodBlockadaBattlefront'' ''Manga/BloodBlockadeBattlefront'' characters look like ''Trigun'' expies. Vash's face must be the most overused one -- Livio even looks like Vash/Knives with a fancy tattoo. Even ''Chronica'' sort of looks like them.
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