For the .... family, destiny is an ever-spinning wheel, pointing passionately in their direction with equal tides of joy and sorrow before ticking on to the next wishmaker. With their parents gone, twin brothers Kanba and Shouma live alone with their beloved little sister Himari, whose poor health cannot decline any further.
Don't let any of the pictures deceive you; Trigun is a very silly show in the beginning. Vash acts like a crazy man, screaming like a girl as he dodges bullets. Now what hero can you find nowadays that is so cool, yet so goofy? Himura Kenshin? Glad you brought that up, but I'll get back to the ....... relationship in a bit.
Overall, Trigun is a decent series. Beginners trying to get into anime will like this show. Trigun has some of the nicest (and coolest) character designs around, but unfortunately contains a plot that lasts throughout only a few episodes in the later half of the series. The music for this series is good. It matches nicely with the western theme and has a few that go along with the sci-fi theme. All there's left to say is... ..........!
By the middle of the series, there may be a few turned off by how the show is going. There has been no plot introduced and the characters are well developed, but have nothing to work with. Enter the......, the villains of the series. At last, Vash has a major group of enemies to deal with.