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The popular anime adaptation of the equally popular manga.

A space Western in the style of Eat-Man, set in one of those star systems that looks exactly like the fantasy American West, if you ignore the two suns and the presence of a pair of female insurance investigators. Derringer Meryl (Meryl Stryfe) and Stungun Milly (Milly Thompson), both as cute as pie, are there to keep an eye on a one-man destruction machine named Vash the Stampede, to try and minimize the collateral damage and expense of his shootouts.

But Vash, a fabled gunman chased by every bounty hunter in the area, is not just another bad guy. He avoids killing at any cost and only fires off one of his mighty weapons to prevent injury to others. When you get right down to it, he's just a skinny geek with spiky hair and a good nature, whose main passions in life are food and girls. With hot lead flying from just about every other direction, Vash doesn't fire a single shot until episode five. He also raises issues such as exploitation of natural resources and the ethics of murder.

And in Nicholas Wolfwood, a sexy young Christian priest whose weapons (wielded only in a good cause) include a portable confessional and a huge cross packed with weaponry, he's created an unusual antagonist. Ranged against him are his real enemies, the Gung-Ho Guns, whose secret agenda is to blacken his reputation by provoking him into murder. Based on Yasuhiro Nightow's original manga in Young King Hours.
Episodes
Season/Ep# Name Airdate
1 - 26
Under the Sky So Blue
09/30/1998
1 - 25
Live Through
09/23/1998
1 - 24
Sin
09/16/1998
1 - 23
Paradise
09/09/1998
1 - 22
Alternative
09/02/1998
1 - 21
Out of Time
08/26/1998
1 - 20
Flying Ship
08/19/1998
1 - 19
Hang Fire
08/12/1998
1 - 18
Goodbye for Now
08/05/1998
1 - 17
Rem Saverem
07/29/1998
1 - 16
Fifth Moon
07/22/1998
1 - 15
Demons Eye
07/15/1998
1 - 14
Little Arcadia
07/08/1998
1 - 13
Vash the Stampede
07/01/1998
1 - 12
Diablo
06/24/1998
1 - 11
Escape from Pain
06/17/1998
1 - 10
Quick Draw
06/10/1998
1 - 9
Murder Machine
05/27/1998
1 - 8
And Between the Wasteland and Sky…
05/20/1998
1 - 7
B.D.N. ("Brilliant Dynamite Neon")
05/13/1998

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Series Credits
Person Name Episode Count
Yosuke Kuroda
1
Satoshi Nishimura
2
Takahiro Yoshimatsu
1
Yasuhiro Nightow
1
Tsuneo Imahori
1
Naruyoshi Kikuchi
1

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Name Trigun
Name: トライガン
Romaji: Toraigan
Publisher Madhouse Studios
Start Year 1998
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