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Trigun Vol. 7: Puppet Master (1998)

Cast: Johnny Yong Bosch, Johnny Yong Bosch, Dorothy Melendrez, more...
Director: Satoshi Nishimura, Satoshi Nishimura
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Studio: Geneon
Genre: Anime, Action Anime
Running Time: 75 min.
Languages: English, Japanese
Subtitles: English
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This title is currently out of print.

Synopsis
Debuting over Japanese television under the title Toraigan in 1998, the half-hour animé series Trigun was, like so many others in the sci-fi genre, essentially an outer-space Western. The hero of the piece was, technically speaking, the villain: Vash the Stampede, the most notorious outlaw on the planet Gunsmoke. With a reward of 60 billion dollars on his head, the blond, blue-eyed Vash would have been well-advised to keep himself scarce, but he insisted upon poking about and trying to rescue the weak and helpless from worse outlaws than himself. And besides, despite his gunslinging prowess, Vash never killed anybody (a rarity in a Western, to say nothing of an animé series). In America, Trigun premiered March 31, 2003, on cable's Cartoon Network. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Contains episodes 20-22:

  • Flying Ship
  • Out of Time
  • Alternative


GreenCine Member Reviews

So what is Vash? by hneline1 May 18, 2002 - 9:39 PM PDT
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The action adventure continues strong in these episodes, where Vash and Wolfwood journey to the remnants of a spaceship and 3 members of the Gung Ho Guns follow them there. While our heroes fight the villians, we're teased with a reference to Wolfwood's mysterious past and we see something more about Vash's strange powers. This was a violent episode where the villians kill many people and I still feel that disconnection between the Vash in the beginning, foolish but successfully protecting lives, to the Vash after revelations, saddened and not successfully protecting lives. I do like the music in this volume and the menu artwork here is again beautiful.




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Quality animes that last and grow in you.
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A variety of anime I've seen that I recommend others see. They are listed alphabetically by series and then in the order recommended for watching them.
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