Trigun: Badlands Rumble

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Trigun: Badlands Rumble
Directed By Satoshi Nishimura
Produced By
Written By Yasuko Kobayashi
Music By Tsuneo Imahori
Studio Madhouse
Original Manga By Yasuhiro Nightow
Licensed By FUNimation Entertainment[1]
Distributed By The Klockworx Co., Ltd.Japan[1]
Eleven Arts (US & Canada, theatrical)[1]
Madman Entertainment (AU, former)[1]
Japanese Network
US Network Adult Swim (TV broadcast)[1]
Japanese Premiere April 24, 2010[1]
US Premiere April 2, 2010
(Sakura Con exclusive screening)[1]
Runtime 90 minutes
Box Office 72 million yen

Trigun: Badlands Rumble (also called Trigun The Movie) is a 2010 theatrical film which takes place in the 1998 anime continuity.




Production Staff


The film's soundtrack was composed by Tsuneo Imahori. It was released as the album Trigun - Badlands Rumble - O.S.T..


World Premiere

The film premiered on April 2nd, 2010 at Sakura Con in Seattle, Washington, USA.[2] It was shown in standard definition, in Japanese, and without English subtitles.[3] After the premiere, a Q&A was held with the director, Satoshi Nishimura, and character designer, Takahiro Yoshimatsu. The film was screened twice more during the convention on April 3rd and 4th, 2010.[2]

Theatrical Premiere

The film premiered theatrically in Japan on April 24th, 2010.[4]

English Subtitled Premiere

The English subtitled version of the film premiered at Anime Expo 2010 on July 3rd, 2010, the day following FUNimation's announcement that they had obtained the rights to the film. After the trailer was shown, this screening was announced by producer Shigeru Kitayama, a guest at the convention.[5]

Home media


"Gekijōban Trigun Bangai-hen: Dodongo Kyōdai Honeycombed Village no Kettō" is a 2-part manga story by Yasuhiro Nightow that serves as a follow-up to film's story. It originally published in Young King Hours in 2010.[6] It was also bundled with the first pressing of the Japanese limited-edition DVD of the film.[7] The manga was later included in the Trigun Multiple Bullets anthology.


The film was first announced in 2005 by Madhouse founder Masao Maruyama.[8]




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