Crunchyroll Announces English Dub For ‘Trigun Stampede’ Anime

Trigun was a post-apocalyptic action manga created by Yasuhiro Nightow and serialized by the Tokyo-based publisher Shōnen Gahōsha. The manga ran from 1995 to 1997 and was adapted into an anime that was released in 1998 by the Japanese animation studio Madhouse.

In 2022, Studio Orange announced they were doing a remake of the series directed by Kenji Mutō. They premiered it in January 2023 with both Crunchyroll and Hulu streaming it, but the former announced they were producing an English dub.

Johnny Yong Bosch is reprising the role of vigilante Vash the Stampede after voicing him in the nineties anime.

They announced the rest of the cast on their website:

  • Vash (Young) voiced by Kristen McGuire (Milim in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime)
  • Knives voiced by Austin Tindle (Accelerator in A Certain Magical Index)
  • Knives (Young) voiced by Megan Shipman (Anya in SPY x FAMILY)
  • Meryl voiced by Sarah Roach (Maki in Fire Force)
  • Roberto voiced by Ben Bryant (Sekijiro in My Hero Academia)
  • Rosa voiced by Lydia Mackay (Kyoko in Fruits Basket)
  • Rem voiced by Emily Fajardo (Kousetsu in Shinobi no Ittoki)

Jeremy Inman is working on the project as the ADR Director.

You can watch the sneak peek below:

MyAnimeList describes the synopsis as follows,

“Vash the Stampede’s a joyful gunslinging pacifist, so why does he have a $$6 million bounty on his head? That’s what’s puzzling rookie reporter Meryl Stryfe and her jaded veteran partner when looking into the vigilante only to find someone who hates blood. But their investigation turns out to uncover something heinous—his evil twin brother, Millions Knives.”

Nightow created a sequel manga titled ‘Trigun Maximum’ that ran from 1997 to 2007 published by Shōnen Gahōsha and released in the United States by Dark Horse Comics.

The original manga was previously released by the Japanese publisher Tokuma Shoten. strives to be an apolitical, balanced and based pop culture news outlet. However, our contributors are entitled to their individual opinions. Author opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the views of our video hosts, other site contributors, site editors, affiliates, sponsors or advertisers. This website contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. We disclaim products or services we have received for review purposes, as well as sponsored posts.

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