Vash the Stampede ends up in a packed city in the hinterlands only to face off with a foe he accidentally let escape 20 years prior. Fun for what it is but don't try and figure too much into the continuity of the show.
I never really got into the anime series “Trigun”, not because I thought it was bad (I cannot make this call since I only saw a few episodes) but I just had other things on plate when the set came out in the U.S.. Granted, My knowledge of the world of “Trigun” may be a little limited, but I think I know enough to have some appreciation for the new film directed by Satoshi Nishimura called “Trigun: Badlands Rumble”. The film is a sort of a reboot of the series … more
The Trigun anime ended it's run in Japan years ago where it had moderate success and it debuted here in the states some time after with huge success. Time has passed, it's been reevaluated and proven popular enough that a movie get made. The anime show about an alien/human creature named Vash who has adventures on another planet where the displaced humans patterned the culture after the old west with bounty hunters and adventures mixed madcap action, weird … more
Born in Wausau Wisconsin. Move at an early age to Ventura California and lived for 8 years. Growing up in a big city landscape didn't prepare me for my next move: Archbold Ohio with a population of … more
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