Miichi
2 years ago1,000+ Views
Forgotten Anime (ser #5)
Why are the best anime forgotten? oh cruel cruel world....

What????? you've never watched this anime? =O

Maybe you never watched it, or simply have forgotten about it ;( WELL THEN! let me introduce you to this awesome anime! in my own opinion I think old anime are super fun to watch (not that new ones aren't) but this anime has it all.. the animation, the action, the charisma, the fun.. I'm ok let's begging

About Trigun

Trigun manga volumes: 3 VOLUMES- 1996 MAXIM -14 VOLUMES Anime : The Madhouse Studios production aired on TV Tokyo from April 1, 1998 to September 30, 1998 - 26 episodes. Animated feature film was released in April 2010. Cartoon network original debut 2003 (unlikely any continuation will be made) Trigun balads rumble: 2010 U.S 2013 The anime ranked 38 on Wizard's Anime Magazine on their "Top 50 Anime released in North America (2000-2010) the seventh best anime on his "Top 10"
Under the action/adventure/comedy genre this anime is sure to make you laugh out loud... seriously.......

The characters

cant wait for you guys to meet them! each has very special characteristics that will draw any into being a fan.

Vash The Stampede

Vash (not to be compared) reminds me so much of characters like kanta, luffy ,Goku, and so many more to name.why? because He is super smart, super talented, super cute and super goofy. He is so sweet, actually maybe too sweet since he loves to promote peace and love. But other than those great qualities I really love how he can switch from nice to kick ass. Also he plays stupid amazingly well and fools most at plain sight. This wondering gunman has a 60 billion "double dollar" ($$) bounty on his head only because he is considered a localized disaster! lol

Then there's Meryl Stryfe and Milly Thompson witch are two agents of the Bernardelli Insurance Company.

they are sent to evaluate claims regarding the Humanoid Typhoon. Initially, they dismiss the idea that Vash is the legendary Humanoid Typhoon (partially due to the lack of an introduction), but mostly due to the fact that they think is he is just an imbecile and lacks the skills to be the destructive vash the stampede.

Nicholas D. Wolfwood

This is a real real type of guy, this cool looking character is a priest, and carries with him an enormous cross as a symbol of his faith and a reminder of his sins. The cross contains a machine gun, a rack of automatic pistols and a rocket launcher. Wolfwood and Vash get into many conflicts over the morality of murder. (don't let his faith fool you )
Trigun basically revolves around Vash the Stampede and the two collectors Meryl Stryfe and Milly Thompson, who follow him around in order to minimize the damages inevitably caused by Vash's appearances. Most of the damage attributed to Vash is actually caused by bounty hunters in pursuit of the sixty billion double dollar bounty on Vash's head for the destruction of the city of July. However, he cannot remember the incident due to retrograde amnesia. I super recommend this anime! it's super fun to watch, not to mention the fact that like most of my forgotten series this is also a short (unfortunately) series. This is an old school sort of anime, has great animation, lots of laughs and lots of action. Im sure you will enjoy this if you have not already watched it ( seriously watch this! ) =) @vinmccarthy @anjhentubio @dromane @littlemaryk @seintoseiya @daivonunderwood @danrodriguez @bluestar2222 @jak91 @michaellopez @danse @cylecollins @hikaymm
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will do will do, thank yaa dude! @electica
2 years ago·Reply
Nicholas D. Wolfwood is one of my favorite anime characters of all time! when his cross was eventually revelealed I was like "OHH SHHIIIIIIIIIIIIII"
2 years ago·Reply
This anime is not forgotten among my people. This world is made of LOVE & PEACE!
2 years ago·Reply
Ahh! One of my absolute favorites! It's also the first anime I watched from beginning to end! ^.^
2 years ago·Reply
vash the stampede is the coolest anime name followed by akuto sai
2 years ago·Reply
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