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Trigun Complete Collection [DVD]
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All eight volumes of Yasuhiro Nightow's sci-fi Japanese anime series set in a distant, Wild West version of the future and following the adventures of gunslinger Vash the Stampede, a misunderstood outlaw with a $60 billion price on his head.
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THe story unfolds over 26 episodes and the characters in the series are well developed. Overtime the series gets better and better with the beginning i.e. episode 1 being a little slow to kick off. About 6 episodes in however Vash becomes more serious and a deeper plot unfolds.
I highly recommend this series as it is a good laugh and will entertain those of you who like a lot of action and a little philosophy alongside. Definitely a buy for the Manga collector.
The summary which is published is as follows
"In the distant future... On a desert planet... There is a legendary gunman. His name is... Vash the Stampede.
A gunslinger so dangerous, a $$60,000,000,000 reward has been placed on his head! Vash, also known as the Humanoid Typhoon, has been credited with the destruction of several towns, but miraculously, there is no record of him ever taking a life. However, only two things ever happen to those who catch up to Vash - they either crawl away wounded (mostly from self-inflicted damage), or they stagger away in disbelief that such a dork could possibly be the man they are looking for! "
What to say about Trigun? Well I guess there are three points to make.
The first is to assess Trigun from a technical view. In this respect it is mixed. The quality of the animation veers wildly from the exceptional to the downright awful. The shoestring budget often shows. On the plus side though in the most important moments the artwork, which details the characters facial expressions, is excellent and apposite, giving you a full appreciation of both the humour and the not infrequent inner turmoil. The voice acting fares much better, being solid through out, with only the occasional extra bringing down the quality. (Dub, or sub? Each is good in it's own way but, heresy though it maybe to some, I prefer the dub in Trigun) The score is fascinating, ensuing lush orchestration in favour of a much sparser sound design, which includes not just the guitar heavy opening theme, but some sequences which appear to be cleverly constructed industrial noise (however it was done the theme for Bluesummers is both striking and really creepy).
As a fun watch Trigun is even more difficult to assess, as its range is broad and it has a tendency to flip in a moment from full on slapstick comedy, through heroic action, to creepy horror, all the while musing on quite serious moral dilemmas. However, it seldom loses its innate interested and likeability. Maybe because the moral dilemmas posed are not preached to the audience and are not put to us in simple choices between absolute good or evil (though make no mistake some of the events portrayed are seriously nasty). Added to which the action sequences and the plot are often strange enough to keep you wandering what will happen next right up till the end.Read more ›
Extras: Textless OP (taken from episode 1), Textless ED, Other Funimation DVD/Blu-Ray Trailers
The original openings are all here, unlike what some sites say.
By original openings I mean the 6 or so seconds of "preview" footage from each corresponding episode that was in the original Japanese openings.
It's in the right aspect ration and all that stuff, 4:3 NTSC.
If you've been waiting to see or finally own Trigun and missed the remix/limited edition releases, this is definitely the one to get.
The only two complaints I can see anyone making are:
1. the original Japanese text openings are not there as an alternative angle
2. Only episode 1's Textless OP is included
Neither of those things make a difference to me. I'm just ultra happy to finally have Trigun in my collection! :D
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great anime, with good comedy, action and drama.
One of the classics when it comes to anime.
Good western sci-fi premise, with a twist. Read more
i had previously seen Trigun badlands rumble so decided to purchase this as it is a great watch.
it does not state in the description but does come in English spoken language
this is a christmas present for my brother who loves all the amine films so pleased to get it so thank youPublished on 16 Oct. 2013 by collette c
I bought this to fuel my anime crave, it's a great anime with comedy, action and huge drama.
the only downside is THE DVD CASE DOES NOT CLOSE :P hence why I take away a... Read more