Trigun

The Plot:
Vash the Stampede destroyed the city of July. He cannot remember the incident or most of his childhood. But, Vash the Stampede destroyed the city of July, and in turn has had a 60,000,000,000$$ (sixty billion double dollars) bounty placed on his head. Vash is now also followed by two Bernardelli Insurance Society employees constantly attempting to minimize the damage caused by the inevitable onslaught of bounty hunters trying to claim the outrageous reward. He prefers to get himself and others out of situations without harming anyone, despite being incredibly formidable with a firearm. Vash the Stampede IS the most interesting man in the world.
Animeism Says:
Alexander - 6-Star Dragon Ball – Trigun stands the test of time as well as any other anime series out there. The characters are dynamic and grow as the show progresses, the story is brilliant and has an ending that I legitimately did not see coming, the action sequences are intelligent and well thought out and the dialogue is entertaining and inspired. Anyone looking to go back and watch an anime that undoubtedly inspired several of the current shows they enjoy today should check out Trigun.
The Trailer: 
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Available for free streaming at Funimation and Hulu.
Movies:
Trigun: Badlands Rumble (2010)
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Manga
Written by – Yasuhiro Nightow
Japanese Publisher – Tokuma Shoten
English Publisher – Madman Entertainment, Dark Horse Comics, Chuang Yi
Magazine – Monthly Shonen Captain
Original Run – 1996 – 1999
Volumes – 3
Anime
Driected by – Satoshi Nishimura
Written by – Yousuke Kuroda
Studio – Madhouse
Licensed by – Funimation
Japanese TV Netwrok – Animax, TV Tokyo
English TV Network – Adult Swim
Original Run – April 1, 1998 – September 30, 1998
Episodes: 26