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Trigun Deluxe Edition Manga Preorders Are Live At Amazon

Relive the adventures of the deadliest gunslinger alive in these luxurious new Trigun collected editions.


Trigun was one of the big manga and anime series of the '90s, and a few decades later, you can relive the adventures of Vash the Stampede in a beautifully oversized collection of the original comics. Collected for the first time in its original oversized page format, the Trigun Deluxe Edition contains the original two volumes of author Yasuhiro’s Nightow’s manga and is over 700 pages in size.

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If you've never read or watched Trigun, you're in for a treat. A sci-fi western set on the desert planet of Gunsmoke, Trigun follows Vash the Stampede, a pacifist with uncanny marksmanship skills and the ability to destroy entire cities with a single blast if he ever uses his Angel Arm weapon. With a $60 billion bounty on his head, Vash regularly runs into trouble when trigger-happy bandits try to capture him.

This new collected edition also features a faux-leather cover with foil stamping and burnishing, making them look and feel more luxurious than your typical pocket-sized paperback manga book. It'll be released on September 10 and is priced at $50, but you can get it for $43 from Amazon.

If you're looking for the full collection, you can also secure a preorder for the Trigun sequel series, Trigun Maximum. Two massive volumes will be released, and this series follows Vash after he emerges from a two-year exile to save Gunsmoke from a new crowd of bounty hunters looking for the ultimate payday.

Volume One will be released on October 8 and will be followed by the second and third volumes in November and December, respectively. Like the deluxe edition, these will also be available as hardcover books with faux-leather covers and the original page format size.

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