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Monday, February 6, 2012
Trigun initially won’t leave a great impression on you. That’s
the honest truth. Give it a chance to get going though, and you won’t regret
it. Trigun’s story centers around a gunslinger known as Vash the Stampede, or
otherwise known as the Humanoid Typhoon. He has these monikers because Vash has
the uncanny ability for everything around him to be mysteriously destroyed. Once
you actually meet the guy though, you realize that he’s as sweet as a kitten
and absolutely detests violence and death. He detests it so much that despite
the 60 billion double dollars on his head, he won’t kill any of the bounty
hunters after him or even kill any villains who try to harm his friends. Vash
will reluctantly injure them, but that’s it. Just who is this man and where did
he come from? These answers, and others, are revealed in a meticulously
brilliant manner. Trigun is about life, and how precious it is, and Vash is the
perfect dude to explain it to you. Also, Trigun has the coolest support
character, the cross toting priest Nicholas D. Wolfwood.