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Is Trigun Badlands Rumble a sequel?

Is Trigun Badlands Rumble a sequel?

It has been stated that Badlands Rumble takes place sometime between episodes 10 and 12 of the original 1998 anime; that way there would not be any story continuity issues. It is not based on events from either the manga or anime, making it an original story influenced by the support of western audiences.

Is Trigun Badlands Rumble canon?

8 Answers. According to this Anime News Network review, Badlands Rumble is canon and occurs “between episodes 9 and 11 (after Vash has met Wolfwood, but before Legato closes in)”.

How long is Trigun Badlands Rumble?

2h 18m
Trigun: Badlands Rumble/Running time

Was trigun Cancelled?

Trigun was ended before it was intended because the magazine where it was published, Shōnen Captain, was cancelled. The anime is based on Trigun only, as its air date was the same year that Trigun Maximum started publication.

When did Trigun Badlands Rumble come out in theaters?

Trigun: Badlands Rumble is a 2010 film by Madhouse. It is based on the (Trigun manga, written by Yasuhiro Nightow. Trigun: Badlands Rumble opening debute was at #14 on 10 screens.

Who are the bounty hunters in Trigun Badlands Rumble?

It follows Vash the Stampede, who arrives in a city where several bounty hunters have gathered to kill wanted robber Gasback and claim the 300 million double-dollar bounty on his head. While robbing a bank in Macca City, Gasback is betrayed by his henchmen and leader Cain who plan to kill him, seize the money and retire to a life of luxury.

Who is Vash the Stampede in Trigun Badlands Rumble?

20 years after meddling into the bank heist of a notorious robber named Gasback, Vash the Stampede is heading towards Macca City. Rumors say that the legendary thief might appear there causing an enormous influx of bounty hunters in the area who want to collect the $300,000,000 prize for his head. — Anime News Network

How did priest die in Trigun Badlands Rumble?

Gasback discovered the priest dying of thirst in the middle of the desert (in a nod to Wolfwood’s first appearance in the anime) near a water vending machine that wouldn’t accept his crumpled bills. Feeling indebted to the thief, Wolfwood agrees to act as his bodyguard, but not actively participate in the robbery against Cain.