"Tri-Ga-Ga-Gan" by NOAH (S. Yumico)
December 1999 I 22 pages
Size: B5 (7w x 10h)
Consists entirely of short gag stories (given the length of the book, make that VERY short gag stories), like the dramatic end of Project Seeds and the main cast as high schoolers (Wolfwood's a punk!). As you'll see, "Tri-Ga-Ga-Gan" seems to be based more on the manga (particularly Trigun Maximum) than the animated series. Since I've never read it, I basically have no idea what's going on with this one, but it's still fun. The art is pretty unusual: all thick chunky lines and stuff, but neat. There's a great solo pic of Midvalley, too.