This is what Ebay has.
The frames are accurate with the Zig-Zag pattern on the arms/temple part of it. But I disagree with the lens themselves. too translucent IMO. People should be able to stare at themselves when you're looking at them.
Sort of a intimidating effect like in the show.
Vashes eyes are only visible through the lens when he's not in a serious situation.
Amazon offers these
The lens seems better but the frame doesn't have the Zig-Zag pattern.
I was thinking maybe you could pop out the lens from one and stick it into the accurate frame. but you'd have to get a good measure on the frame circle and the lens circle and make sure they fit.
Unless you want to half ass it and slowly Dremel the lens down to size to fit the frame? Idk how that works to be honest.
I've bought a pair from the ebay site that are straight framed but with blacked chromed mirror lenses and i love them!
If you try to google "moon" or "Circle" glasses (Which I believe that's what they're technically called in the real world) - those lenses are WAY too fucking big for the Trigun effect.
Best of luck buddy :)
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As far as the kids hair goes, I understand.
But for the more mature Vash we saw in the PV, I think people (somehow) don’t realize we’re a little hair gel away from omnibus vol 1 cover of TM.
(For reference https://www.amazon.com/Trigun-Maximum-Omnibus-Yasuhiro-Nightow/dp/1616550104)
A word of advice.
You cannot trust the streaming services to ALWAYS have what you want.
I have taken up the stance of "trying it on stream." If I love the series, I buy a physical copy. This goes for ebooks, as well. Here: https://www.amazon.com/Trigun-Complete-Box-Set-Classic/dp/B00AUJH32E/ref=sr\_1\_1?keywords=trigun+complete+series&pd\_rd\_r=b6d5300c-d236-4748-855a-af93855d9c87&pd\_rd\_w=dvq1C&pd\_rd\_wg=PkFbZ&pf\_rd\_p=4fa0e97a-13a4-491b-a127-133...