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Trigun Maximum Omnibus Volume 5 TPB

Trigun Maximum Omnibus Volume 5 TPB

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By:   Yasuhiro Nightow
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Action-Adventure, Manga
Publisher:   Dark Horse
Pub. Date:   November 05, 2014
Availability:   Released
ISBN:   978-1-61655-086-8
UPC:   978161655086851999
Details:   b&w, 600 pages; TPB, 5" x 7"

Yasuhiro Nightow's Trigun Maximum draws to a mind-warping conclusion. With Vash the Stampede's brother Knives' power growing exponentially and the shattered wreckage of Earth's space fleet littering the planet Gunsmoke, Vash must lay everything on the line to prevent the apocalypse his crazed brother is determined to deliver! Collects Trigun Maximum Volumes 13–14.

* Popular anime series and Cartoon Network Adult Swim mainstay.

"A good choice for readers who like a lot of action."-MTV Geek

"Everything we've come to expect from Nightow, all done up in his signature style."-Comic Attack

(1 Customer Review)

  • May 16, 2016 "Luida"

    More about "Vash the Stampede," a pacifist gunfighter. This finale shows Vash's epic battles to save humanity from his genocidal nemesis. Will Vash survive? Answer inside! Impressive Trigun art gallery at the end, too. 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.

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