Trigun stampede gears up for half of the new anime series rebooting this winter, and now fans have gotten a first look at what’s to come with the teaser trailer for episode 6 of the anime! The new take on Yasuhiro Nightow’s classic manga franchise has brought fans into a very different take on the series than ever expected. With a fully 3D CG animation production, a younger look for each of the characters, and some key twists, this new series was quite exciting to see where each episode would take its characters and story.
Trigun stampede Vash has begun teaming up with classic fan favorite Nicholas D. Wolfwood for the past few episodes, and that’s been teased to continue with what comes next. But it looks like it’ll be even more action in Episode 6, as the teaser trailer teases a shootout with someone Nicholas not only recognizes, but is very tense. It’s going to be a good watch and you can watch the trailer for it Trigun stampede Episode 6 below:
How to watch Trigun Stampede Episode 6
Episode 6 of Trigun stampede is titled “Once Upon a Time in Hopeland” and is currently premiering on Saturday, February 11 in Japan. Fans will be able to watch the episode with Crunchyroll shortly after its premiere. If you want to catch up on the new reboot series before the new episodes, you can now find the first few episodes there too. The English dub release (which was recently delayed) has also started.
As for what to expect from this brand new take on Yasuhiro Nightow’s classic franchise, Crunchyroll teases Trigun stampede as such, “Vash the Stampede is a merry gun-toting pacifist, so why does he have a $6 million bounty on his head? That’s what puzzles rookie reporter Meryl Stryfe and her jaded experienced partner when they’re in the vigilante look and only find someone who hates blood But their investigation turns up something horrific: his evil twin brother, Millions Knives.’
How do you like it Trigun stampedehas run so far? What do you hope to see in the next episode of the reboot? Let us know all your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even contact me directly about all things animation and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!