Trigun Stampede is gearing up for its new anime debut coming our way some time one year from now, and some new idea art has dropped highlighting Vash the Stampede’s new search in this upcoming series. Yasuhiro Nightow’s original manga franchise is getting ready for an entirely different take on life as following its original anime adaptation decades prior, the series will get a fresh new take. With a new completely CG animated series created by the same studio behind Beastars, Trigun Stampede has been steadily revealing more and more of what to anticipate from this reboot of the classic Western franchise.
With Trigun Stampede in the midst of creation, the series has been fairly open with fans about showing off some of the cooler looks behind the scenes as it gets ready for its full release. The official Twitter account for the new reboot has been sharing a steady stream of idea art highlighting a significant part of the characters, concepts, and settings that we will get to see in the new takes on the series, and the latest shares a closer gander at the new Vash the Stampede as he goes through an uncertain area. Look at it underneath:
Trigun Stampede is right now scheduled for a release one year from now, however has yet to affirm an official release date more narrow than that. Coordinated by Kenji Muto at Studio Orange with Kouji Tajima will deal with the character and idea designs, original series creator Yasuhiro Nightow will be involved with the creative process with the new series too as it develops a new take on the original series. The main members of the cast have also been already set as well with more additions to the come later on.
Affirmed additions to the cast so far include the likes of Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Devil Slayer’s Inosuke) as Vash the Stampede, Tomoyo Kurosawa (Land of the Lustrous) as Young Vash, Junya Ikeda (Gokai Silver in Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger) as Knives Millions, Yumiri Hanamori (Laid-Back Camp) as Young Knives, and Maaya Sakamoto (Echidna in Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World-) as Rem Saverem.
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