New details of Trigun Stampede
TOHO animation posted a couple of weeks ago new trailer for Trigun Stampede. The video shows a preview of the musical themes «TOMBY“, performed by the singer kvi babaY “Hoshi no Kozu α” Of the singer Salyuwhich will be used as opening Y ending of the series, respectively. In addition, he also revealed the date premiere of this anime, which has been scheduled for the January 7, 2023. The series will be available to most of the world through crunchyroll that same month, although the platform has not announced if it will be a simulcast or if it will arrive later.
kenji mutou (Beastars, Hello World) is directing this anime for the studio Orange (beastars, Monster Strike the Movie: Sora no Kanata), while Kouji Tajima (Attack on TitanGANTZ:O) is in charge of the conceptual design of the series and the characters. Tatsuro Inamoto (lupine iii), Shin Okashima (Gaikotsu Shotenin Honda-san) Y Yoshihisa Ueda they write the scripts and are in charge of the composition, based on the draft of the story made by Takehiko Okishi. Kodai Watanabe (one piece, Dragon Ball Super), Tetsuro Moronuki (Naruto: Shippuuden, bleach), Takahiko Abiru (Hunter x Hunter, Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season), Akiko Sato (kill la kill), soji ninomiya (Blood-C) Y Yumihiko Amano are in charge of character designs under the supervision of Nao Ootsu (beastars, Shingeki no Kyojin: The Final Season), chief designer. The music is provided by Tatsuya-kato (Dr Stone).
The casting of already confirmed voices is made up of the following distribution of roles:
- sakura andō What Meryl Stryfe.
- Kenji Matsuda What Robert De Niro.
- Yoshimasa Hosoya What Nicholas D Wolfwood.
- Yoshitsugu Matsuoka What Vash the Stampede.
- Junya Ikeda Interpreting Knives Millions.
- Tomoyo Kurosawa giving life to the young Vash.
- Yumiri Hanamori like the young knives.
- maaya sakamoto Interpreting Rem Saverem.
- Kouki Uchiyama What Legato Bluesummers.
- TARAKO What Zazie the Beast.
- ryusei nakao What William Conrad.
The first anime of Trigun aired on Japanese television between April and October 1998, with a total of 26 episodes. The series was animated by the studio Madhouse with Satoshi Nishimura (Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!, Ushio to Tora) as director. More than ten years later, in 2010, an animated film entitled Trigun: Badlands Rumble. In Spain, the series went through different television channels and both this and the feature film were released in physical format by select vision, although currently only the latter is for sale. In addition, the series is currently available on Netflix.
Yasuhiro Nightow the publication of the manga began Trigun in February 1995 in the pages of the magazine Shōnen Captain of Tokuma Shoten. After carrying three collected volumes, the magazine closed and the work was transferred to the Young King Ours of Shōnen Gahōshawhere it continued under the title of Trigun Maximum. This sequel ended in 2007 with a total of 14 volumes.
In Spain, Editorial Standard published in 1998 an edition of the work in format comic book of which seven issues were released. Later, in 2005, Glenat/EDT licensed and published the original work in two volumesthen continuing with fourteen of Trigun Maximum.
Vash the Stampede is a gunslinger on the run with a double-dollar 60 billion bounty on his head, which has made it difficult for him to go anywhere without being chased. Every town he visits ends up being destroyed by his pursuers, but miraculously no one dies.
Meryl Stryfe and Milly Thompson are two insurance agents who have been sent to find Vash the Stampede and keep him under surveillance so he doesn’t cause any more damage. Meryl, who leads the couple, refuses to believe that the man they know could be the legendary gunslinger. This gangly, spiky-haired young man is extremely friendly, a pacifist, hates blood and suicide, absolutely loves donuts, and is a jerk and a crybaby, far from being a notorious outlaw. But there’s more to Vash and his past than meets the eye…