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By:   Yasuhiro Nightow
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Manga
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   November 21, 2012
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-61655-010-3
UPC:   978161655010351999
For ages:   16+
Details:   b&w, 568 pages; TP, 5" x 7"

Vash the Stampede, the galaxy's deadliest gunslinger, emerges after two years in hiding to help his beleaguered desert homeworld, Gunsmoke. But the Stampede's many enemies have kept their motors, and they're back on his trail and determined to bring Vash to ground-hard! And a new crowd of bounty hunters, badasses, and brain-cases are also looking to cash in the astronomical price on his head!

Trigun Maximum Omnibus presents Nightow's Trigun series in value-priced editions of well over 500 story pages! Contains Trigun Maximum Volumes 1-3.

(2 Customer Reviews)

  • May 16, 2016 "Luida"

    More of "Vash the Stampede," a pacifist gunfighter. His saga began in "Trigun" manga / anime. This volume begins after the 5th moon incident, diverges from the anime, and continues beyond it. Vash's tale is humorous, tragic, and often violent. Vash never initiates trouble, yet trouble follows him as if he sweats its mating pheromone. There are crass moments, mostly in comments by bad guys. Vash rarely says anything rude, unless lots of "fertilizer" has "hit a fan." The harsh, often violent setting is a stark contrast to Vash's gentle nature. He fell on the wrong side of the law, but he's more vigilante than villain. Trigun Maximum is as good as Rurouni Kenshin, and as deep as (if not deeper than) Full Metal Alchemist. If moments or situations including significant violence don't offend, then this series is well worth reading.

  • Jun 14, 2014 Spencer Schuman from Spearfish, SD

    A great deal for any Trigun fan. I had never read the manga but am glad that I picked this up. It is a new adventure for Vash.

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