What are the odds that Trigun will get a proper adaptation.
what manga do you wish would get adapted but never will?
Trigun the anime did a good job of doing a similar but condensed story but I'd love to see a faithful adaptation rather than an abridged one.
I'd like to see Drifting Classroom receive a three cour series by Sunrise or Madhouse or maybe a Blazing Transfer Student remake by Trigger or Gainax.
Bastard!! Hopefully then the faggot would continue the story.
>tfw there will never be a good adaptation
>tfw it ended 10 years ago
I've read the manga too, and while some bits were interesting, I thought the anime actually handled a lot of key themes in the series much more cleanly. I honestly wouldn't want an adaptation of the manga since it tends to be a clusterfuck of interesting ideas executed terribly.
So yeah, while not the best, the Trigun anime did its job well enough that I don't think it warrants a manga-based remake.
Takemitsu Zamurai, but I don't think anyone could do it justice.
yep, i read that years ago. But it still bugs me that there was a clash between Legato and Vash that was suddenly interrupted for no fucking reason (and i don't mean the story focussed on something else, while they were supposedly still fighting, they actually just stopped giving a fuck and walked away)
it's not hard for the story, but for how is drawed and paneled the entire final fight
Well to be the fair the final fight (Vash vs Knives is what you are referring to)
If just a space ship getting fucked and them flipping through space
So I see where you are coming from their
Tokyo Babylon. Want something that actually follows the manga.
>not that clusterfuck that was the final battle in the manga...
That kind of pissed me off in the manga because it made the fight seem far more globally broadcasted where even the humans are miraculously working together to fight off Knives (as if they wouldn't, when he outright plans to take every resource on the planet for himself).
It's honestly why I prefer the more personalized and "quiet" take on Vash's struggle against Knives in the anime. You know they have the power to just destroy the humans on the planet, which is why the moralistic struggle is so key to their conflict where only the two of them can truly settle it.
no, with final battle i was referring to the several "battles" that take place when the end is near, like Laszlo vs whoever, 1* Vash vs Legato, 2* Vash vs Legato, that tranny numbered 13 vs whoever, that plant chick from Earth vs Knives and finally Vash vs Knives.
Those entire sequences of fights are all badly paced and "managed" (can't explain that in english) and set badly into panels, resulting in a reading much more difficult imho
Those honestly have to do with the bad scanning.
I don't know where the image is but Darkhorse released the manga in murcia.
The scanned fan translation was way to bright and missed fucking pages
I can't stand the anime of Trigun, because it totally makes Vash look like an idiot who's afraid to ever HURT anyone, much less kill them.
like nigga you can shoot a dude in a non-lethal spot to take him down, this happens all the time in the manga, but because it's never ever addressed as a possibility in the anime, it makes Vash lose all credibility. I also thought the manga was more intense, and had a more satisfying conclusion.
>the anime is better even if it totally squanders the gung ho guns
I can live with the Gung-Ho Guns being downplayed in the anime over how the manga handled the rest of the story.
>like nigga you can shoot a dude in a non-lethal spot to take him down, this happens all the time in the manga, but because it's never ever addressed as a possibility in the anime
Have you even watched the anime? He does this a lot and the only times he didn't it's either the enemy proved too evasive, he's injured/in a really desperate state.
of course I watched it. Every single mexican standoff (which happens once an episode) ends with Vash just putting down his gun because he cannot use his superhuman reflexes to shoot the enemy's gun out of their hand before they even pull the trigger. Or shoot a leg, or whatever.
The one with the little kid was the fucking worst for it, Wolfwood had to step in and shoot him because Vash was too retarded.
Manga vash would've kneecapped the bitch.
>Every single mexican standoff (which happens once an episode) ends with Vash just putting down his gun because he cannot use his superhuman reflexes to shoot the enemy's gun out of their hand before they even pull the trigger. Or shoot a leg, or whatever.
Clearly you haven't then if this is what you really think. He does this lot, like almost every fight (it's even how he finishes off Knives for crying out loud), and the few times he didn't it's because the circumstances put everything on a standstill and it would've risked other people's lives.
volumes 1-9 is basically the first arc
amidamaru is his only spirit i thin but his oversoul evolves
volumes 10-20 I think are the tournament arc
21-24 is some weird flashback/journey through hell
after that the tournament resumes but it becomes secondary to all the backstabbing and betrayal shit
series ends with literal friendship, peace and love shit with the ultimate message being "fighting is wrong"