Japanator.com writes: "Back in the early 2000s, whenever an anime aired on Adult Swim, it tended to become a pretty big deal. For many people it was the first time they got exposed to shows that catered to older audiences. You can argue that without Cartoon Network's late night block, shows like Cowboy Bebop, FLCL and Trigun wouldn't have become as big as they are now in the American anime zeitgeist.
Of those three mentioned, I found Trigun to be least likable. A combination of watching it out of order and never really connecting with the main character killed any sort of enjoyment I got out of it. After Funimation saved the license, I was willing to give it another chance. Did it fair better this time than the last? Follow me after the jump and find out!"