Set as a direct continuation of the Trigun trilogy, Vash is introduced with a new alias in a moderately peaceful town. Wolfwood finds him and returns Vash's signature gun, officially getting Vash out of his semi-retirement. The two continue their journey fighting the Gung-Ho Guns, with the insurance girls trailing after them. At the climax of the series, Vash continues alone with Livio, a former villain-turned-hero, to face the last Gung-Ho Gun, an incapacitated Legato, and Knives. With support from Brad's group---Vash's longtime human friends for the past century---Knives' plan to destroy human life on Earth is thwarted. Knives' gains a conscience after infusing himself with other Plants---mysterious alien beings of the same origin as him and Vash [they're twins]. The brothers both become exhausted after their battle and are in critical condition. Knives' eventually appears with Vash unconscious in his arms at a rural home, begging the family to save Vash. When Vash wakes up, he settles in with the family for six months. Knives' plants a tree in the family's backyard before leaving during the interim. The insurance girls find Vash and interview him, revealing that they have changed jobs and have become reporters. Vash flees as bounty hunters pursue him now that he has a $600 billion double dollar reward on his head.

List of VolumesEdit

Trigun Maximum (トライガンマキシマム Toraigan Makishimamu?) was originally published in fourteen volumes by Shōnen Gahōsha intheir Young King OURs magazine. Dark Horse Comics licensed and translated the manga into English.

Chapters Release Date ISBN Cover
Volume 1: Hero Returns
(JP) July 1, 1998
(NA) May 26, 2004[1]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-1842-X
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-196-5
Volume 2: Death Blue
(JP) February 1, 1999
(NA) August 18, 2004[2]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-1888-8
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-197-3
Volume 3: His Life As A...
(JP) December 1, 1999
(NA) October 20, 2004[3]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-1948-5
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-266-X
Volume 4: Bottom of the Dark
(JP) September 1, 2000
(NA) February 23, 2005[4]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2012-2
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-314-3
Volume 5: Break Out
(JP) April 1, 2001
(NA) May 11, 2005[5]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2066-1
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-344-5
Volume 6: The Gunslinger
(JP) November 15, 2001
(NA) August 3, 2005[6]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2128-5
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-351-8
Volume 7: Happy Days
(JP) September 15, 2002
(NA) November 16, 2005[7]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2217-6
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-395-X
Volume 8: Silent Ruin
(JP) June 1, 2003
(NA) February 1, 2006[8]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2306-7
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-452-2
Volume 9: LR
(JP) December 1, 2003
(NA) July 26, 2006[9]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2369-5
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-527-8
Volume 10: Wolfwood
(JP) February 1, 2005
(NA) November 8, 2006[10]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2497-7
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-556-1
Volume 11: Zero Hour
(JP) February 1, 2005
(NA) January 3, 2007[11]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2498-5
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-674-6
Volume 12: The Gunslinger
(JP) September 1, 2006
(NA) January 23, 2008[12]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2665-1
(NA) ISBN 1-59307-881-1
Volume 13: Double Duel
(JP) December 15, 2007
(NA) November 19, 2008[13]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2884-0
(NA) ISBN 1-59582-167-8
Volume 14: Mind Games
(JP) April 1, 2008
(NA) April 8, 2009[14]
(JP) ISBN 4-7859-2923-5
(NA) ISBN 1-59582-262-3


External LinksEdit

Trigun Planet - Manga Chapter Summaries

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