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Name: Trigun (88.13% in 16 votes)
Type: ANIME
Platform: VHS/VCD
Company: Unspecified
Release date: 1999
Reviewed by: Ayanabi

After watching the all of 26 episodes of Trigun I have to say this is not what Fans have been waiting for.

The Story
In the far far future in a remote area of universe a space ship hovers on a 'livable' planet. The ship carrys human 'seeds' waiting to be revived and moving on with their life. Some crazy stuff happens and the ship kind of falls apart. Some seeds gets deployed in to the planet and begun to evolve. Meanwhile a pair of clones were also dropped and one of the 2 is Vashu the stampee. As time went by vashu grew up following his evil brother's path. One day he discovered his powers and destroys a city. His brother vanished and Vashu is now labled as a killing machine. He sets out on a journey to find his brother and avenge him.

Graphics
Its standard cell animation. Its really not that high quality compared to OVAs but its good enough.

Sound/Music
Its the standard of what you will hear in most TV animations. It does have a few cool songs though.

Score: 6.9/10
PS. The ending to this series was just a blur out. Like the Studio was short on time so they did a crappy ending. Compared to Beserker(which had 'no' ending) this was better by a tab. But the last few episode really disapointed some fans including me. It made our hero look like a total loser.
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