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Trigun, Volume 1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2004

    Vash the huminoid typhoon

    Trigun is an amazing story of a gun slinger by the name of Vash the stampead. With amazing skill and morals we travels the planet of gunsmoke searching for a goal and along the way teaching the ways of love and peace. Can friendship and Love grow in a place where even grass and moss refuses?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2004

    Great art, great reading.

    As a pretty big fan of manga and anime, I have to say that Trigun is one of the best out there - in both realms. The art is fun, powerful, and superb - though a little hard to follow at times - and the story will keep you reading until it's over. I am so glad that this gem has finally made it to print in America! If you enjoy comics - and especially manga - you need to check out Trigun.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2003


    Trigun is a strange, yet inticing, story of a man known as Vash the Stampede. He lives on a crazy, weastern-like planet in the distant future. He has a $60,000,000,000 double dollar bounty on his head, and is suppose to be a psycotic fiend who lusts for blood. In truth, hes a goofball who would never hurt anything. He only wants to use his superhuman shooting abilities to help people. This is quite a unique premisis that turns into a great action/comedy that becomes serious later on (if you've seen the anime, you know what im talking about). At 360+ pages, its a great deal. Go buy it, you won't be disappointed.

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