Bill, Josh, and Andy say their final goodbye to Trigun. This week they talk about some of their favorite moments, episodes, and characters. Josh and Bill also go head-to-head in Trigun trivia! We discuss the schedule for the next few months as well at the end of this episode.
It feels like we just started our reviews of Trigun, but we’ve reached the bittersweet ending, “Under the Sky So Blue.” This week we tried something a bit different and conducted our review while watching the episode. You can (sort of) follow along as we review it, and due to the nature of this experiment, there’s far less editing involved this time around. Let us know what you think of the format, and we’ll be back next week with our final thoughts on Trigun!
We’re down to the wire, folks! How will Vash deal with the death of Wolfwood and two more Gung-Ho Guns? I guess you’ll have to listen and find out! We review a pretty solid episode of Trigun this week, “Sin.” Happy 4th of July, fellow Americans!
We know this episode is dropping three days early, but Andy is out of town all next week, so enjoy an early weekend anime gift. The guys are joined this week by Jason from the New Blood Rising Podcast to review one of the very best episodes in the entire anime, “Paradise.” This episode was recorded remotely, so our apologies for any changes in our audio quality. Go listen to New Blood Rising today by visiting newbloodpod.podbean.com or on the Questionable Endeavor Network!
This week we celebrate our four main characters getting back together again only to be brought crashing back to reality by the ending of this week’s episode. We’re reviewing Trigun’s 22nd episode, “Alternative,” and we’ve only got 4 more episodes of the anime left after this one. Stay tuned for next week’s show, where we’ll have a special guest from another podcast on The Questionable Endeavor Network!
This week’s episode of Trigun, “Out of Time” is a bit of a mixed bag, but all three hosts mostly enjoyed it! The ending still gives us feels so many years and dozens of viewings later. Vash and Wolfwood take on not one, not two, but three Gung-Ho Guns to try and save the only functioning Seed ship still remaining. Can they do it? Listen to find out!
Special thanks to Thurk for help with editing this week!
Sorry for being a bit late with this one! We have the first of another two part series. Ship in the sky filled with frightened humans? Check. More Vash and Wolfwood bantering? Check. More Gung-Ho Guns? Check! Give a listen to our review of Episode 20 of Trigun, “Flying Ship.” It’s a good one, folks!