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Cowboy Bebop Anime & Live Action Movie

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COWBOY BEBOP!!!!! BEST ANIME EVVVVEEERRRRRRRR... I think that's all I have to say on the anime side of this blog!

For those that don't know or who are just getting into anime, Cowboy Bebop is the first anime anyone and everyone should watch because you'll like it... or your not my friend!!!

A show like this was well ahead of its time, it had a pretty good funny to serious ratio through the series. The artwork was very detailed and everything was drawn by hand, down to the nuts and bolts floating in space. The story starts off simple but it's not the main story that drives the show as you go through the episodes, its the back story of each character.

Cowboy Bebop is a jazz-inspired, genre-bending story of Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Faye Valentine, and Radical Ed: a ragtag crew of bounty hunters on the run from their pasts as they hunt down the solar system’s most dangerous criminals. That basically sums up the show.

Netflix is taking a big chance creating a live-action show, not movie, thank god! I'm a little worried about this show but an anime like this is one of those that should have another show... live-action? Maybe. I could of settled with another anime?!

Now for those science nerds (like me) then you have already heard of FireFly. Which, surprise, space cowboys type TV show. The show would have been fantastic if FOX didn't F* things up, THANKS FOX! But since they got canceled I liked their movie Serenity to kind of wrap up the rest of the series. it's only right, at this time, that Cowboy Bebop take back the space cowboy mantel.

Now we got some good actors in this new "can't wait to watch" show: from left to right: John Cho, Daniella Pineda, Mustafa Shakir, Alex Hassell

There are definitely more actors joining which you can IMBD that. But Cowboy Bebop is on hold after John Cho’s on-set injury, but he’s been well enough lately to chat about his role as Spike.

Along with giving props to his favorite moments in the anime, Cho also expressed his commitment to staying faithful to Shinichiro Watanabe’s vision, at least as far as Spike’s character is concerned. “We gotta keep it strange,” he said. Hopefully they can get this back on the ball cause EVERY anime lover will be on this show as soon as it comes out. Convention centers will be full of Cowboy Bebop cosplays and I can't wait!

Here is some artwork to show you the feel of the anime.

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