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Trigun Maximum, Volume 7: Happy Days by…

Trigun Maximum, Volume 7: Happy Days

by Yasuhiro Nightow

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Series: Trigun Maximum (7), Trigun (9)

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I bought this one at megacon in Orlando oh say, two-ish years ago. I was stoked 'cuz it is in Japanese and it was cheap. Good stuff. No rating because I don't understand it, lol.
  shinmatsu | Jun 6, 2006 |
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Unlike the subtitle of this new installment of Trigun Maximum, our hero, Vash the Stampede isn't exactly experiencing the happiest of days. Rather, his struggle with his brother-in-destruction, Knives, is escalating to extreme heights. But wait, before we get to the frantic action, creator Yasuhiro Nightow would like readers to know about these boys' mysterious past, and uses almost half of this issue presenting the lives of the two super-men before they fell to the dusty planet. This volume of Trigun Maximum promises not only past history, but future frenzy. For instance, you'll soon discover that not only is Vash not the only one of his kind, but neither is Wolfwood.

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As the struggle between Vash and Knives escalates, his past is revealed, including some dark secrets. And it turns out that Wolfwood, like Vash, is also not the only one of his kind.

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