Finding himself yet again in the wrong place at the wrong time, Vash the Stampede is caught in the middle of a bank robbery by the notorious robber Gasback. However, when things take a turn for the worst and the robber's comrades turn on him, Vash saves Gasback's life and both Gasback and his traitorous partners escape. Twenty years later, Gasback is rumored to be planning something big. Bounty hunters from all over the world are gathering in Macca City, the predicted target, to try their luck at his $$300 million bounty. But what business does Vash have in Macca City, and who is the mysterious girl that he keeps following around?
While on the hunt for an underage hacker, Faye is the sole witness to identifying a man who causes a tanker explosion that leaves people up to three miles away in comas. The bounty that ensues is the largest the galaxy has EVER seen, 300,000,000 wulongs. It's up to Spike and the gang to solve the mystery of this strange disease, and to stop the assailant at large, for failure would result in all life on Mars being eliminated on Halloween night.
Did you like seeing everyone back together again?
Do you like seeing everyone in action, as if it is a missing 2 or 3 part episdode?
Do you just enjoy some updated animation, for two series that never jumped the shark?
then if you have seen one of these, and not the other (and you like the respective series) you should check both out.
Just like both Animes, the ending of the series leaves you asking, what happened to my beloved favorite characters? Will i see them again? Its Movies like these that bring out the best in characters and answer your questions. From Spike's past and history to Vash's bounty and adventures. These Movies are a must to see if you watched the episodes in enjoyement and demanded more!
Both movies take place somewhere near the end of where both series end. Though in Cowboy Bebops case I believe that it takes place somewhere between the last couple of episodes and Trigun takes place sometime after the anime series ended. Both movies do a fairly good job of keeping the same feel with both the story and the characters leaving not much changed from what the series had. So if you liked one then why not give the other one a look as well.
Just like the series Trigun and Cowboy Bebop are pretty complimentary, the same can also be said of their feature films, Badlands Rumble and Knockin On Heavens Door. Both are action films that feel a little like an extended version of either series standalone episodes - introducing a new villain and a new female protagonist for the purpose of the movie, boasting better animation then the TV series and a retooled soundtrack.
Both films also take place during the events of the series, which avoids the issues inherent in making a film after the show's finales.
At the end of the day if you want to watch another sci-fi western action film and spend more time with beloved late nineties anime characters... either film does just that.
Both of these movies take 2 equally awesome series and add even more awesomeness. Packed with action, guns, and great drama you'll be glad the gang is back together again! Check em out.
Death and reincarnation are inescapable, but what happens in between? Without warning and without his memories, a boy who only recalls his last name - Otonashi - wakes up next to a girl named Yuri who offers him a gun and tells him to shoot an angel. Assuming it must be a misunderstanding, Otonashi is then almost killed by the angel and is drawn into Yuri's army to battle to delay the beginning of his next life. Immortality is within reach, but if Otonashi remembers how he died, will he keep fighting or allow himself to vanish?
Each of these have a serious side, but know how to have fun. Be it gunfights, crazy antics or ridiculous arguments between the cast, both make for a great time. The Trigun movie has more of a classic anime feel while Angel Beats! feels more like a modern anime.
Okajima Rokuro is a small-time salary man who is carrying documents for his company, when the ship he's traveling on is attacked by pirates. Kidnapped, he discovers to his dismay that his employers' main concern is to ensure the documents don't get into the wrong hands, even if it means sending the carrier to the bottom of the sea. Now, with his former life ruined and his kidnappers seeming comparatively friendly, "Rock" decides to join their merry band of mercenaries, and sets out with a new career to the shadier corners of the South China Sea.
Barfights, Gunfights, and female gunslingers reside in both of these great anime. While thier ideologies are very different, the high paced action of the two shows give a similar feel, and get you so excited you can't wait for the next event. Black Lagoon is host to a much darker enviroment then Trigun, but each has it's share of laughs and serious moments.
After following an escaped convict named Ashley Crichton to Table City, a town on the border of the neighbouring country Cleta, Ed and Al soon find that this is a much more complicated case than a simple criminal on the run. When their train is attacked upon arrival by a rebel faction known as the Black Bats, the two Elric brothers find themselves at the bottom of a deep valley that is now home to the people of Milos, whose lands were taken from them during bloody battle with both Cleta and Amestris. Headed by the Black Bats, the people of Milos are intent on ending their miserable days as slaves to the military and reclaiming their sacred land. In order to do this, they must find a way to control the legendary alchemy, which requires a Philosopher’s Stone known as the Star of Milos; however, they aren’t alone in their hunt for the gem…
With the rise of the Iron Age in feudal Japan, man and nature grow increasingly at odds. As mankind infringes more and more into the kingdom of the beasts, many of the elder animal gods begin to succumb to their rage, cursing themselves as they lash out at rural and urban settlements alike. When a young Ashitaka, hero of his village, is imparted with one of these curses after slaying a crazed god, he forces himself into exile to prevent further harm to his village. As he ventures out into the world, however, he discovers just how dire the straights have become - with man and beast ready to break into all out war, his curse becomes the least of his problems. As both sides teeter dangerously on the side of outright slaughter of one another, Ashitaka sets his own problems aside and, using his charisma and honor, seeks to quell the hatred before it gets beyond repair - but will he be in time or is he simply delaying the inevitable?
Both of these stories have male leads and are revelutionary to the anime world, princess mononoke brought to life by disney brought a real world to life in princess mononoke and Trigun does the same thing, maybe even better. Both the main characters save a heroine from "Themselves". One from killing gasback and one from killing the leader of Iron town. It would take a long time to list all the similarities of these anime films, but the main thing to know is that they are both revelutionizing in the anime-american industry.