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Wolfwood, the man of the cloth with the cross, is also a gunman with a past. Like Vash, Wolfwood travels to find redemption in the desert but continually finds that controntations with one's past can be far more deadly than a duel with pistols. Will these two kindred souls walk the same path or find each other obstacles to survival?

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"And Between the Wasteland" concludes outlaw Vash the Stampede's adventure aboard a hijacked sandship that began on the previous disc. The orphan Kaite--and insurance inspectors Meryl and Millie--help him outwit B.D. Neon's Bad Lad Gang. The artists hint at Vash's unhappy past when an old song recalls a lost love. The tone shifts to the farcical with the arrival of Nicholas D. Wolfwood, an outrageous, fast-talking priest, who becomes the closest thing to a partner Vash is likely to find. When their bus is attacked in the middle of the desert by a horde of insectlike robots, a child is left behind. Vash and Wolfwood charge to the rescue, shooting robots and swapping repartee like a futuristic Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Meryl and Millie are horrified at the potential destruction when Wolfwood enters Vash in a high-stakes marksmanship contest to aid a needy family in "Quick Draw." But both heroes come through--in their fashion. Vash remains an endearing if disaster-prone hero, unsuccessfully pursuing peace and "the mayfly known as love." But Wolfwood echoes the thoughts of both the other characters and the audience when he observes, "When you're around, things always seem to get worse." Rated 13 and up for mild profanity, drinking, and cartoon violence. --Charles Solomon

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  • Actors: Masaya Onosaka, Hiromi Tsuru, Satsuki Yukino, Kirk Baily, Dean Wein
  • Directors: Satoshi Nishimura
  • Writers: Yasuhiro Nightow, Yôsuke Kuroda
  • Format: Animated, Color, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • DVD Release Date: July 25, 2000
  • Run Time: 24 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6305821542
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #257,219 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Trigun Vol. 3 - Wolfwood" on IMDb

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This is a very good addition to the story of Trigun.
animefreak7713@yahoo.com
More clues are dropped about his origins...and more allusions to a love interest... Thumbs up!
Andre Stechert
This is one of the best and most worth-while series ever produced.
Jason

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Andre Stechert on August 2, 2000
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Trigun continues to entertain and Pioneer continues to deliver the highest quality product. This DVD shines with thoughtfully designed chapters (which allow you to jump past the intros, intermissions, and credits straight to the content) and the highest quality video and sound. The picture is crisp, with the deep reds and blues that were clearly intended for its presentation.
In this particular series, after wrapping up the cliffhanger (literally) from the end of Volume 2, a new character foil is introduced in the chronicle of Vash the Stampede. Wolfwood, whose history is only hinted at, develops a comraderie with Vash that yields mutual curiousity and occasional sparks between the two. Overall, you'll be left with the traditional Trigun feel - tough times, mostly nobody got hurt, and hidden internal turmoil on the part of Vash. More clues are dropped about his origins...and more allusions to a love interest...
Thumbs up!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 15, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
In the latest volume of Trigun for VHS, Vash's problems are then solved, from volume two, which after viewing, left me hanging for MORE Trigun. I've seen the dubbed version of Trigun, and I can honestly say, that it works. The voices sound great and follows on with good dubbing; like DBZ and Sailor Moon. If you don't mind english dubbed anime, definitely pick this up. But, if you prefer the original subtitled anime, like me, then you'll want to pick up the DVD, because it's like having both VHS versions of the anime.
I believe that the VHS anime (dubbed) market will eventually die off, because I'd think the prices are just insane, especially for the original subtitled tape, which can run about 30 dollars. The only sensible thing to do nowadays, is to buy anime on DVD. DVD's offer better picture, sound, and features. They even offer both English and Japanese with English subtitles. So I believe if you still like VHS, pick this up. If you want more for your money, check out the DVD version of Trigun Volume 3; Wolfwood.
Don't really know what Trigun is about? Well, I definitely recommend this series to you, because it blends action and comedy together nicely. Plus, the animation is superb and almost flawless. It takes place in the sci-fi world, with twin suns. Think of it as a futuristic western, with lots of comedic and serious moments. This Vol. 3 continues the captivating storyline of Vash The Stampede. Who knows what else we'll see along the way? All in all, a nice VHS to pick up if you like dubbed anime.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "mud86" on February 19, 2001
Format: DVD
If this series were any better than it already is...well, it can't be! This is one of the most intense, funniest, wittiest, clever, and somewhat original series I have ever seen! It has an extremely catchy soundtrack and you'll have all the tunes stuck in your head for weeks. The new character introduced in this DVD, Nicholas D. Wolfwood, is a well-conceived, well-designed, good humored, likeable character, just as Vash is. He is a priest who obviously has some past he (like Vash) is trying to atone for, but I won't go any farther than that. More adventure, laughs, mystery, drama, and good times await you in this next DVD of Trigun! DON'T MISS OUT!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Valerie on November 11, 2004
Format: DVD
This is by far the best installment of Trigun so far; a real treat!

The first episode picks up where the last one left off, as Vash must fight to save a hijacked vessel headed straight for a canyon. This is a pivotal episode, for two reasons: 1) we discover that Vash is not freakishly immortal, as he appeared to be in previous episodes - you will actually be worried this time ; 2) we dive into Vash's past once again, as his reasons for never killing and the haunting silhouette of a woman become more defined.

The second episode marks the appearance of one of the most stylish characters ever: Dr. Nicholas D. Wolfwood, a very unconventional priest who carries around a portable confessional (lol) and one of the coolest weapons I have ever seen. He is Vash's match in every way: class, style, wit, charm and even marksmanship and occasional silliness. He is the only character so far to have any real chemistry with Vash, and together they create some amazing scenes, with a balance of comradeship, friendly antagonism and understanding. There is an absolutely beautiful scene in which Vash, seeing Wolfwood perform an act of kindness, smiles sweetly, and Wolfwood remarks: "So you can smile like that, too. It had me worried. You're always smiling, real friendly, but your smile is so empty it hurts to watch it. You're hurting like crazy and you're hiding it behind that grin."

The third episode gives you a very funny, pseudo-zen glimpse of Vash's everyday routine (you get to see him witout the red coat for the first time), and some more Vash-Wolfwood improvised collaboration. It's impossible not to love those two.

It's definetely darker than before, but it's a change for the better, as the viewer gets more engrossed in the series. And for all the added suspense and drama, there's still enough slapstick to make you laugh out loud. Trigun finds its balance with this volume. That's it, I'm hooked!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Heather Richards on October 29, 2004
Format: DVD
Once again Vash the Stampede is thrown into situations that he'd rather not be in in his quest for love and peace. This volume though introduces the character of Wolfwood, a man who becomes a major player later in the series.

And Between the Wasteland and the Sky- Concludes the two part series of Vash's adventures on the runaway sand train. He again has to decide between killing and the personal ideals he seems to have set up.

Murder Machine- Nicholas D. Wolfwood is introduced in this episode. A cross toting, chain smoking, child loving priest who can't stand to see a child suffer and is amazingly good with a gun. Vash and Wolfwood team up to save some lost children from killer spider robots. This episode also raises some more questions about Vash as he somehow seems to shoot several robots without a gun.

Quick Draw- Vash and Wolfwood get entered in a quick draw contest and must draw against each other to prevent the death of a young mother. The beginning sequence is one of the funniest in the series as Vash proceeds to get his day underway and the events therein.

This is one of the best disks in the series as it's before the action gets more serious and still has some of the same light hearted tone as Vash and Wolfwood bicker back and forth and Wolfwood flirts with Milly. This was the first disk I ever watched and what got me hooked on the series.
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