restart Trample the triangle has now finished its first season, giving fans a taste of this new take on the ’90s classic. But Trigun Stampede has a chance to go beyond where the original anime ended, and here’s how to do it.
The first Trigun anime series was released in 1998. At the time, the original Trigun manga had just ended while its sequel, Trigun Maximum, had just begun. Trigun Maximum will continue to run until March 2007, so more than eight years worth of comic content has never been adapted to the screen before. Some of this new content has been featured in the series, such as Dao’s connection to Trigun’s new Independent Factory, Tesla. While Trigun Stampede hasn’t been a perfect 1:1 adaptation of the manga so far, it seems intended to bring back more material written after the 1998 anime aired.
What could lie ahead in Trigun Stampede Season 2?
The second season of Trigun Stampede is at an interesting point; The first part sets out some events earlier than the manga, such as Vash’s first meeting with Wolfwood, so a few things need to be changed. From the end, it has been known that season 2 of Trigun Stampede will see the return of Milly Thompson, a fan-favorite character from the original anime who was replaced in Trigun Stampede with a character. the original, Roberto. Another major plot point, taken from the Trigun Maximum manga, is the arrival of the fleet from Earth, which occurs in the post-production scene of the final season. Fleet Earth will introduce new Plant characters (apart from Vash and Knives) who have had very different life experiences and, as a result, very different perspectives. Fans can also expect to see more of the Gung-Ho Guns, as the majority of the members of this assassin organization are yet to debut in Trigun Stampede. That includes their leader, Legato Bluesummers, who appeared in season 1 but didn’t get much attention.
While it may seem like the end for Knives in the season finale, any anime fan should know that a big bad thing like that won’t come easily. The knives may have become looser due to what happened in JuLai, which could manifest in any number of ways. The finale also ends with Vash seemingly suffering from amnesia, which may allow Humanoid Typhoon a brief chance to return to a normal life, or at least until someone spots him. , who can remind him of who he is. It is also revealed that a two-year timeskip has taken place since Trigun Stampede destroyed JuLai in Meryl’s final scene, so Vash definitely had a good time to hide and build a new life, whether he remembers his old life or not. or not.
As for the adaptation of the Trigun Maximum manga, Trigun Stampede is still only working on the first part of the story, so there’s a lot of content to adapt for the 2nd season. There’s also enough material to get through the second part, though Trigun does. Stampede yes or no. will continue to a third or fourth season remains to be seen. If the second season of Trample the triangle However, being able to match the top in terms of quality, fans have nothing to worry about.