It looks like we finally have a premiere date for Trigun Stampede to look forward to. Even if a key character seems to be missing from said trailer, at least we have that premiere date. Don’t believe me on either points? Then check out that new trailer for yourself below.

An Almost But Not Quite Perfect Trailer?

Well, at least Nicholas D. Wolfwood is still in this reboot. Can’t say the same thing of his love interest.

Crunchyroll recently posted this new 4th official trailer for the upcoming Trigun Stampede reboot anime on YouTube. The new trailer does show off the rather impressive CGI that studio Orange is known for. The trailer also shows off bits and pieces of the new opening and ending theme songs for this reboot anime.

However, longtime fans of Trigun will notice that Milly Thompson is conspicuously absent from this Trigun Stampede trailer. Even though her partner Meryl Stryfe is a pretty central character in this trailer. They give no explanation for this in the trailer, so we’ll just have to see what’s up with that when the anime actually makes its debut.

Speaking of which, the very end of this trailer gives us a premiere date at long last. Apparently, Trigun Stampede will make its grand debut on January 7, 2023. It’s only a month away as of this writing, so you won’t have long to wait to find out what’s up with Millie’s absence. Of course though, you can only watch this anime on Crunchyroll. Thus, you will need a paid Crunchyroll subscription to actually watch this reboot anime. Be prepared to shell out that cash.

Trigun Stampede: Voice Cast

"Trigun Stampede" official trailer #4 screenshot showing Vash and Nicholas back to back.
Let’s hope they don’t axe more characters from this adaptation of Trigun.

That new trailer isn’t the only new bit of info we have on Trigun Stampede. We also have a Japanese voice cast for this reboot anime, courtesy of Crunchyroll. Unfortunately, this list of voice cast also confirms that Milly Thompson is not in this reboot anime. Her ultimate fate is unclear though, given that this list of voice cast only notes her absence. You can check out the full list of Japanese voice cast for the anime below:

  • Vash the Stampede voiced by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Inosuke Hashibara in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba)
  • Young Vash voiced by Tomoyo Kurosawa (Phosphophyllite in Land of the Lustrous)
  • Millions Knives voiced by Junya Ikeda (Jo Kido in Digimon Adventure tri.)
  • Young Knives voiced by Yumiri Hanamori (Nadeshiko Kagamihara in Laid-Back Camp)
  • Rem Saverem voiced by Maaya Sakamoto (Hitomi Kanzaki in The Vision of Escaflowne)
  • Meryl Stryfe voiced by Sakura Ando (Legom in BEASTARS)
  • Roberto De Niro voiced by Kenji Matsuda (Kamen Rider Zanki in Kamen Rider Hibiki)
  • Nicholas D. Wolfwood voiced by Yoshimasa Hosoya (Fumikage Tokoyami in My Hero Academia)
  • Legato Bluesummers voiced by Koki Uchiyama (Tomura Shigaraki in My Hero Academia)
  • Zazie the Beast voiced by TARAKO (Melody in Hunter x Hunter (1999))
  • William Conrad voiced by Ryusei Nakao (Frieza in the Dragon Ball franchise)

Source: Crunchyroll News