Trigun Maximum Omnibus Volume 1
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Trigun Maximum Omnibus Volume 1

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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 running, 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! Yasuhiro's Nightow's Trigun is a worldwide sensation, and Trigun Maximum Omnibus presents Nightow's signature Trigun series in value-priced editions of well over 500 story pages!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 582 pages
  • 130 x 184 x 52mm | 439.98g
  • DARK HORSE COMICS
  • Milwaukee, United States
  • English
  • 1 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 1616550104
  • 9781616550103
  • 163,839

About Yasuhiro Nightow

Yasuhiro Nightow is a Japanese manga artist and game creator who created the anime and manga Trigun. Nightow was born on April 8, 1967, in Yokohama, Japan. He moved to Yokosuka when he was in elementary school and spent his junior high and high school years in Shizuoka. Before the release of the popular manga Trigun, Nightow studied social science and then majored in media studies. Nightow became popular in the United States thanks to the US release of Trigun. Trigun, the TV series, had a limited broadcast run in 1998. Nightow also created the characters and story for the Sega/Red Entertainment anime and third-person shooter video game series Gungrave. The author lives in Tokyo, Japan.show more

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