9 x 24 min
Action, Adventure, Animation
Technicality - 8/10
Story - 9/10
Characters - 8/10
Description: In Noman's Land, reporters Meryl Stryfe and Robert De Niro travel through the desert in search of the infamous outlaw Vasho the Stampede. But the man they find near the abandoned town of Jeneora Rock is a far cry from the deadly terrorist they expect.
Yes, this anime is in full 3D, and you know what? I think Trigun Stampeed looks great, even amazing in places. Partly that's because it's not the 3D you remember from 2010's weird-looking movies. Both the technology and the stylistics themselves and their application have greatly improved during this time and it is felt. However, at the same time, I think that 3D anime should be viewed as a separate type of animation, which has both its pluses and minuses. In my opinion, Trigun Stampeed is a well-executed project that doesn't even need to be compared to standard animation masterpieces.
One thing is for sure, this version is much darker than the original. And I'm not talking about the lighting, here you can find many brutal scenes that hide almost nothing. You can even say "oh Maryte" several times, because I didn't expect the story to turn like that. However, the remaining side of Trigun is also not forgotten, the characters here are fun and easy to like. The action scenes are fast, colorful, and have quite a lot of humor. Overall, it's a really well-balanced anime.
Fans of the original animation may not like this new Trigun as much. The characters are sometimes even very different from what you might expect. It is not simply a retelling of the story, it can be thought of more as a new interpretation. So some of the changes are really good improvements, others, well, others may just seem weird. You may also occasionally notice animation limitations or poorly matched character voices, but this is rare.Overall - 8/10