(E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14]

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Summary ï トライガンマキシマム #14 Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow He manga medium and now permeates the otaku culture worldwide Now join Dark Horse Manga as they celebrate the amazing conclusion to this epic tale Running and gunning Vash keeps his trademark wits and savvy fully loaded with. So Big Battle Epic Finish Bad guy brought to justice Right Nope Vash and Knives fight it out among themselves as humanity struggles to reconnect with the plants by literally plugging them in to life support systems and trying to communicate good will V and K nearly knock each other out and Knives drags Vash s butt to a remote former monastery to recover Vash wakes up and Knives is gone leaving Vash to do what That s right run from the forces from the Earth the Gunsmoke military and every bounty hunter on the planet just like he has always done This isn t very much of an ending because after 14 volumes we have managed to resolve nothing Meryl and Millie are now reporters and they help contribute to the overall cheesiness of the ending Just if this wasn t the last book in the series I would have uit here anyway because it just got too ridiculous

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Summary ï トライガンマキシマム #14 Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow Both barrels blazing as his enemies draw nearer and his friends hang dangerously in the balance As the sun sets on this climactic final fight will it be happy trails for Vash or will it end in a blaze of bullet riddled glor. This review stands in for the whole series which starts in the same place as the anime but departs about two thirds of the way through and ends up adding some interesting additional plot wrinkles and characters Suffers from the usual WTF is going on here of many epic world conflict manga but the characters keep the story grounded and engaging

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Summary ï トライガンマキシマム #14 Û PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow Fourteen volumes almost three thousand pages an internationally popular anime and one of the most recognizable characters in the genre this is the saga of Vash the Stampede For the past decade Trigun Maximum has pollinated t. Since I don t want to count each individual manga volume as a separate book I ll just put my full review on this last volume and count itWhere do I even begin with this storyThe Trigun anime has been my favorite anime of all time for forever and a day but only in recent years have I decided solidly on that fact so while I was scared of having that tainted so to speak I knew deep down I would have to read the manga eventuallyWhen I joined a Discord server dedicated to Trigun and I saw how many people had both watched the anime and read the manga and saw how many people agreed with the sentiment that the two are easily separated I decided to jump head first in And I agree with that aforementioned sentimentThe anime and manga are completely different and as such it s easy to love both That being said the anime being as important as it is to me it s impossible to not compare themAnd here is where we get into spoiler territoryThe ending of the anime was always the part that I loved the most about the series Being a pacifist who can not bring herself to cause harm to anybody either emotionally or physically without nearly breaking down the fact that Vash was able to end the series with only one major causality directly caused by him in both anime and manga in Legato s death and the fact that he was torn apart by that action is extremely important to meThe whole time I was reading the manga I was worried that he was going to kill Knives especially considering close to the end of the first two volumes where he made it clear that killing Knives was his sole purpose for surviving and moving forward The fact that the series ended not only with Vash defeating Knives WITHOUT killing him but with Knives saving Vash s life at the very end by bringing him to a doctor after their final battle is very satisfyingWhile reading the second part of the manga in the form of Trigun Maximum the series had switched magazines part way through so a re branding was necessary as well as the time skip I noticed that Vash s smile wasn t real any It didn t feel genuine And when I discovered that that was a purposeful effort by the artist I was very impressed Certain human emotions like faking smiling are difficult to get on paper At least they are for meThere is a page in the manga during Legato and Vash s battle where Legato states his realization that This man just like me sees no value for himself in this world and that absolutely broke my heartI ve been there I understand that feeling even if my reasoning for those kinds of thoughts about myself were caused by MUCH different circumstances I still can resonate with itThis feeling that the world would be better off with you not in it is very relatable to me and what made the resonance even stronger is the fact that I can completely understand where Vash is coming fromI disagree with him because I believe that his philosophy of We don t know everything about why people do the awful things they do in my opinion should extend to We don t know everything about what we have done as an individual has done for others but I still resonate with himYou see resonance is a big part of what will make or break a series for me I tell everyone you can have the best plot you can have the best art you can have the best background and lore but if I can not resonate with your characters if I can not attach myself to them then I will have no interest in your storyThat s part of what makes me stop reading a lot of the time It s difficult for me to get attached to a character It s a slow process and as such I m often dropping new series or stories like hot pocketsThe fact that the Trigun manga had admittedly only slightly different characterizations for characters I already held VERY dear and close to my heart and STILL kept me invested without giving me the feeling of they ve ruined the most important part is an accomplishment above all othersA good example of this is the fact that Wolfwood my second favorite character in the anime had a death in the anime that I adored him holding his gun that looks like an actual honest to goodness cross in a church as he prays his last prayer while bleeding out while ALSO having a death in the manga that I adored him sitting with Vash as they drink together one last time the children from the orphanage he used to live in dropping confetti from the sky to thank him for saving them and Vash telling Wolfwood to not say anything stupid is super ultra mega impressive to meWolfwood s character arc remained entirely intact and the meaning of his death was not lost in translation so to speak from manga to anime despite the extreme differences that were involvedSome might say Why does that matter You re reviewing the manga it s still important to me and I ll explain whyThe characters are the most important part to me right Their personalities and their arcs to be specific We ve got that established So the fact that this characters personality and arc in my honest opinion stayed the same shows to me that these characters live far beyond the pages and the screen Wolfwoods character goes beyond the circumstances of his death his philosophies go beyond his way of communicating them and all in all everything he stands for in this story goes beyond a simple outline of eventsThat s some pretty powerful and heavy stuffAnd that s why I love this mangaNow to get technical the paneling is a little hard to follow I found myself confused about what was going on and had a hard time figuring out who was saying what as about 90% of the time the speech bubbles didn t have tails to tell you where they were coming from but maybe that s because I don t read enough manga Then again I ve had other people tell me that it s hard to follow the paneling for them as well so I don t think I m alone in this complaintThe backgrounds for the group of bad guys following Knives orders felt kinda rushed and Legato s especially felt kind of pointless Yes it showed that they were still human but I don t know Legato s background kind of scarred me and there s one page in particular that keeps me from being able to suggest this manga to everybody despite me feeling they ll love the story and that page felt pointlessly dark and brutal and as though it could ve been alluded to without graphically showing it but hey to each their own I guess it s not my preferred type of story telling but it is for some peopleAll in all I adore this manga I ll need to let it sit to see where it stands on my list of favorite manga of all time which could take anywhere from a week to a few years but we shall seeFour stars for the emotional roller coaster it sent me on as well as the impressive characters and their philosophical conversations about a topic very dear to me minus one star for those technical gripes I have with it Specifically the paneling thingLove and Peace


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  1. says: Free read トライガンマキシマム #14 Yasuhiro Nightow Å 4 Summary (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14]

    (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Even on a sec

  2. says: (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Yasuhiro Nightow Å 4 Summary Free read トライガンマキシマム #14

    Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow Yasuhiro Nightow Å 4 Summary Free read トライガンマキシマム #14 Since I don't want to count each individual manga volume as a separate book I'll just put my full review on this last volume and count itWhere do I even begin with this story?The Trigun anime has been my favorite anime of all time for forever and a day but only in recent years have I decided solidly on that fact so while I was scared of having that 'tainted' so to speak I knew deep down I would have to read the manga eventuallyWhen I joined

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    (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Yasuhiro Nightow Å 4 Summary Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow Overall this was not my favorite Manga I loved the Anime based on the Manga a lot The Manga suffered from not being as coherent for me The gun action scenes which there are LOTS can be confusing It can be difficult to determine who thought and speech bubbles belong to The story line is interesting though which kept me reading through the whole series This volume is the final in this series and the final battle between Vash the St

  4. says: (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Yasuhiro Nightow Å 4 Summary Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow

    Free read トライガンマキシマム #14 Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow Yasuhiro Nightow Å 4 Summary So Big Battle Epic Finish Bad guy brought to justice Right? Nope Vash and Knives fight it out among themselves as humanity struggles to reconnect with the plants by literally plugging them in to life support systems and trying to communicate good will V and K nearly knock each other out and Knives drags Vash's butt to a remote former monastery to recover Vash wakes up and Knives is gone leaving Vash to do what

  5. says: (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14]

    (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Sigh the Trigun manga is doneit ended on a much uplifting note than I thought But sadly no Wolfwood so how could it be that uplifting? ;Out of all the anime series to be re made this one needs to be It needs to be longer and honestly I understood the anime better than I do the manga so I need it to fully get everything The fighting scenes confuse the hell out of me and there's a lot of them Still I found this last volu

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    (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow For a series that I barely understood I loved it Much serious and waaaay bloody than the anime this actually provi

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    Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Honestly I loved this series Sure the story was confusing a minor characters seriously suffered from same face and I think I didn't understan

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    (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] AAAAAAHHH I was not expecting this ending Pretty much every reason I love Vash is present in this volume He's amazing I'm sad Trigun is over but very pleased with the ending I was smiling a lot than I was expectingEven though the series is over my love for Vash will continue on forever

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    Free read トライガンマキシマム #14 (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Å Yasuhiro Nightow This review stands in for the whole series which starts in the same place as the anime but departs about two thirds of the way through and ends up adding some interesting additional plot wrinkles and characters Suffers fro

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    (E–pub READ) [トライガンマキシマム #14] Ever start a paper and it's pure gold and you have all these amazing ideas? But then it's 1 am and you're just trying to make sure what you're putting down is still English and hoping it somehow resembles the brilliant idea you had at the startor that it's even the same paper? That is this ending

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  • Paperback
  • 272
  • トライガンマキシマム #14
  • Yasuhiro Nightow
  • English
  • 09 September 2018
  • 9781595822628