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Favorite Shinichirō Watanabe Work
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I can't pick one.
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He's that guy who directed Cowboy Bebop right? In which case, Cowboy Bebop. If not, then shame on me
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All I know are Cowboy Bebob, Samurai Champloo, and Space Dandy so those
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Actually for me, it would be Samurai Champloo.
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i like his work....what i like the most was Cowboy bebop and Zankyou no terror
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Terror in Resonance or Eureka Seven.
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Honestly Terror in Resonance is shaping up to be my favorite of his.

Don't get me wrong, love Bebop and Champloo, but they could have been much shorter series considering how loose their stories were.
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Thfelese wrote:

Terror in Resonance or Eureka Seven.


I wouldn't really consider Eureka Seven a Shinichiro Watanabe work when it seems he only storyboarded 2 episodes and an ED.
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Cowboy Bebop is one of the all-time classics, but my vote goes to Excel Saga.
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cowboy bebop, and samurai champloo, and space dandy.
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I really like Cowboy Bebop. It's got great characters, some interesting sci-fi settings and moments of philosophical depth.

I think the only other one I've watched is Samurai Champloo. I like it well enough but not as much as Cowboy Bebop.


Koda89 wrote:

Don't get me wrong, love Bebop and Champloo, but they could have been much shorter series considering how loose their stories were.

But then you'd miss out on the excellent "one-off" episodes. Well, to each their own I guess.
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Probably a tie between Bebop and Champloo.

Though, Terror in Resonance is really climbing up there.
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Thfelese wrote:

Terror in Resonance or Eureka Seven.


I had no idea he did Eureka Seven
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83Lioness wrote:

I had no idea he did Eureka Seven


From wikipedia.
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Posted 9/15/14 , edited 9/15/14
Definitely Cowboy Bebop.


83Lioness wrote:


Thfelese wrote:

Terror in Resonance or Eureka Seven.

I had no idea he did Eureka Seven

He just storyboarded the third ED going by ANN.

Same as Wikipedia: "Eureka Seven (2005; supervision of third ending theme)".


rcsatcrunchyroll wrote:

Cowboy Bebop is one of the all-time classics, but my vote goes to Excel Saga.

Different dude, Shinichi Watanabe directed Excel Saga, not Shinichirou Watanabe.
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