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    Kaiyodo's TRIGUN (2000)

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    KAIYODO'S TRIGUN
    2000


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    Back in 2000, Kaiyodo introduced a new series of action figures under their Toy Tribe banner which included characters from the anime and manga Trigun, as well as original creations from its creator, Yasuhiro Nightow. These figures were so ahead of their time in terms of sculpt and articulation that even today they rank as amazing collectibles. Monev the Gale is one of my all-time favorite toys, the massive figure oozing with tons of good looks and just an insane amount of poseability. These figures were so incredible that only Kaiyodo itself was able to top the line with recently released Revoltech Yamaguchi figures of Vash and Wolfwood (read our reviews HERE and HERE). Here's hoping they remake Monev as well, though I am unsure how they could possibly improve on the first figure.




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    Re: Kaiyodo's TRIGUN

    Couldn't agree more! I opted for the variant clear-skinned Monev with glow in the dark "bones." Love all those bullets!

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    Re: Kaiyodo's TRIGUN

    Yeah, stringing all those bullets together was fun - NOT Love the attention to detail though!

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