Trigun – Episodes 14 – 26 Review

The second half of Trigun can often be completely unrecognisable compared to the first half, with a sci-fi heavy backstory for our main protagonist and a general story arc flowing through most of the episodes. This of course isn’t by any means a bad thing, I just remember being taken aback by it all the first time watching through the series! … well, let’s take a look then!

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Trigun: Badlands Rumble Review

As I mentioned in my review of the first half of the series I hadn’t watched Badlands Rumble until just now for this review, having been saving it for when I rewatched the series. Was it worth waiting for?! Well… sort of? It’s your typical stand-alone anime movie devoid of consequence and existing entirely to please fans, though given how stand-alone the first half of the series is it actually fits in well enough. Let’s take a look anyway…

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Trigun – Episodes 1 – 13 Review

After having watched it fifteen-odd years ago, I decided to re-watch Trigun as it was conveniently streaming on Netflix, and while I was at it I finally watched the movie, “Badlands Rumble”, which I’ve had on my shelf for years waiting for, well, when I “finally get round to re-watching the series”. The first half of the TV series is very different in tone to the second half (well, apart from Episode 12, but it’s far too convenient to split a 26-episode series into two 13 episode halves…) in that it’s mostly stand-alone stories with a far heavier comedic edge to them. Is it still good though? Let’s take a look!

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