| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel 7: Happy Days |
Vash's 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 pasts, and uses almost half of this issue presenting the lives of the two supermen before they fell to the dusty planet.
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel 8: Silent Ruin |
Knives has imprisoned Vash, and now he's going around gathering plants. By plants, I don't mean green things growing out of the ground, but instead those angelic, humanoid, powerful plant-beings that make it possible for humans to live on the planet Gunsmoke. Vash and Knives are themselves a form of plant, and have the same power, but what will Knives do with this huge power supply?
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel 9: LR |
This is the story of Nicholas Wolfwood and Livio, two boys for whom friendship was brief, but still burned deep into their boyhood consciences. Those bits and pieces, though full of light, are mere shadows to these men of guns and blood and violence. They both have secrets up their sleeves...
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel Omnibus 1 |
Vash the Stampede, the galaxy's deadliest gunslinger, emerges after two years in hiding to help his beleaguered desert homeworld, Gunsmoke. But the Stampede's many enemies have kept their motors running, and they're back on his trail and determined to bring Vash to ground - hard! And a new crowd of bounty hunters, badasses, and brain-cases are also looking to cash in the astronomical price on his head!
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel Omnibus 2 |
Vash the Stampede carries a gun capable of destroying planets, and yet his credo is "Peace and Love." But Vash never gets much peace with a galaxy of zealots and killers for hire dogging his every step. The freakish Gung Ho Guns are always hot on his bootheels, and a showdown with his brother Knives is a deadly inevitability - if Vash survives!
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel Omnibus 3 |
Though a man (plant?) of peace, Vash the Stampede may be the deadliest gunslinger in the galaxy. But his brother, Knives, may be the deadliest creature in existence. Orchestrating a campaign of terror and destruction, Knives and his plant army are out to turn planet Gunsmoke into just that, and Knives may soon grow too powerful to be stopped - though Vash may die trying!
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel Omnibus 4 |
While Vash the Stampede, "The Humanoid Typhoon," fights to stop his evil brother, Knives, from wiping out humanity on the planet Gunsmoke, advanced warships from Earth arrive to rescue the long-lost human colony. Can they avert the impending genocide if Vash fails, or will the homicidal Knives escort everyone to the last roundup?
| Trigun Maximum Graphic Novel Omnibus 5 |
With Vash the Stampede's brother Knives' power growing exponentially and the shattered wreckage of Earth's spacefleet littering the planet Gunsmoke, Vash must lay everything on the line to prevent the apocalypse his crazed brother is determined to deliver!
| Trigun Messenger Bag |
| Trigun Notebook: Vash |
| Trigun Pillow: Kuroneko |
| Trigun Pin Set: Vash and Kuroneko |