Trigun Maximum Omnibus Volume 5

Overview

With Vash the Stampede's brother Knives' power growing exponentially and the shattered wreckage of Earth's spacefleet littering the planet Gunsmoke, Vash must lay everything on the line to prevent the apocalypse his crazed brother is determined to deliver! Holding nothing back, Vash goes toe-to-toe with Knives in a final cataclysmic confrontation, with the future of humanity and his home planet hanging in the balance.

Yasuhiro Nightow's Trigun Maximum draws to a mind-warping ...

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Overview

With Vash the Stampede's brother Knives' power growing exponentially and the shattered wreckage of Earth's spacefleet littering the planet Gunsmoke, Vash must lay everything on the line to prevent the apocalypse his crazed brother is determined to deliver! Holding nothing back, Vash goes toe-to-toe with Knives in a final cataclysmic confrontation, with the future of humanity and his home planet hanging in the balance.

Yasuhiro Nightow's Trigun Maximum draws to a mind-warping conclusion in Trigun Maximum Omnibus Volume 5, collecting nearly 600 pages of Yasuhiro Nightow's international hit manga plus a special bonus section of color art and other extras!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616550868
  • Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
  • Publication date: 11/18/2014
  • Sales rank: 1,007,914

Meet the Author

Yasuhiro Nightow is a Japanese manga artist and game creator who created the anime and manga Trigun. Nightow was born on April 8, 1967 in Yokohama, Japan. He moved to Yokosuka when he was in elementary school, and spent the junior high and high school years in Shizuoka.
Before the release of the popular manga, Trigun, Nightow studied social science and then majored in media studies. Nightow became popular in the US thanks to the US release of Trigun. Trigun, the TV series, had a limited broadcast run in 1998.Nightow also created the characters and story for the Sega/Red Entertainment anime and third-person shooter video game series Gungrave. The author lives in Tokyo, Japan.

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