Season 2 Sneak Peeks Revealed At Trigun Stampede Con

Season 2 Sneak Peeks Revealed At Trigun Stampede Con

Updated on April 12, 2023 16:11 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Sakura-Con 2023 gave fans a glimpse into what is to come for Trigun Stampede, one of the biggest hits of the winter 2023 anime season. The series' production studio held an Orange panel dedicated to Trigun Stampede over the Easter weekend. The studio discussed how they developed the technology for Trigun Stampede, created and rigged the 3D characters, and showed concept art during the panel. Additionally, Trigun mangaka Yasuhiro Nightow expressed interest in expanding his universe, and they discussed approaching him for permission. Fans were given their first glimpse at what Trigun Stampede's second season might contain by some concept art for season 2 or beyond, which was said to be from season 2.

Artwork For Trigun Stampede

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Revenant Ghost compiled a repository of images and videos from the event based on the various Twitter posts on the topic. In addition to concept art, Orange said they designed characters to appear "incomplete" in the first season. Fans will see some new things in the concept art, including a "Dark Vash" who has taken on Angel Arm power. As well as concept art for Vash and Knives as teenagers, there is also an artwork of Knives with a sword. Vash's art also features a female character that has yet to be introduced. Moreover, they revealed the locations of all major cities on the Noman's Land map seen in the series. In addition to the double-dollar bounty, the presenters suggested Vash's new 60 billion bounties may be more than revenge-driven.

What Is The Artwork Means?

Many unused concept arts are not immediately apparent, but presenters have stated that much of it was meant for later use, but it is still being determined how much of it will be used in the future. Trigun Stampede season 2 may stick closer to the manga than the first season since "Chapter 0" at the end of the season 1 final episode mirrored the manga. An unknown character and older Knives and Vash artwork are hints at what lies ahead. Even though season 2 of Trigun Stampede is still a while away, this panel at Sakura Con 2023 has given fans some great fodder for speculation.

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