Originally broadcast beginning in April of 1998, modern classic TV anime Cowboy Bebop is coming up on its 20th anniversary, and to celebrate two decades of space bounty-hunters, martial arts action, and awesome music, the entire 26 episode TV series is going to be screened at a special, all-night marathon event that will be held beginning on February 03, 2018, at the Kyoto Minami-Kaikan movie theater in Minami Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. Hit the jump to carry that weight, cowboy.
By now, you know what holidays mean vis a vis Toonami. It's time for a marathon! For Christmas Eve's Eve, it will be Spike & Co on Toonami. On December 23, they're showing the first eleven episodes of Cowboy Bebop in a back-to-back-to-back marathon. That will run 10:30p – 4:00a.
We're coming up on the 20th anniversary of Cowboy Bebop on April 3, 1998 (the manga beat it out of the gate with a September '97 debut). Anime inspired apparalel label Super Groupies is on top of it with a chance to make some of its classic sense of style your own. More after the jump.
Crunchyroll announced another territory expansion from Anime Limited today. Cowboy Bebop, The Tatami Galaxy, Peacemaker, and Chrono Crusade are now available to members in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Read on for more.
On September 29, 2007, the Bones-produced, Masahiro Andō-direct anime movie Sword of the Stranger was released and began winning the admiration of action and animation enthuiasts. In honor of the anniversary, it was screened at the Shinjuku Piccadilly. It also brought Tsunenori Saito, character designer and animation director for the movie (also a Cowboy Bebop animator) back onto Twitter for a flood of art
With Blade Runner 2049 set to open this fall, a "Blade Runner Blackout 2022" anime short tie-in has been announced. Cowboy Bebop director Shinichiro Watanabe helms the work about a mass power-outage on the American west coast, disrupting food supplies and prompting a ban on Replicant manufacturing.
Toonami has announced the return of Cowboy Bebop. Starting next Saturday night (September 9th), the work which has become a genre unto itself will air on the Adult Swim block at 3:00am. Plus, Toonami’s line up is expanding from 11pm to 4am. More after the jump.
Entertainment journal Variety reports that a live-action Cowboy Bebop TV series is being developed by Tomorrow Studios, a partnership between ITV Studios and Marty Adelstein (Prison Break, Teen Wolf). The project is being executive produced by the anime's Sunrise Inc. Chris Yost will write the adaptation.
Following the product photos, Kotobukiya today also released a 50-second preview video for the deluxe edition of its upcoming ARTFX J character figure of Spike Spiegel from the Cowboy Bebop anime series. The 240mm-tall pre-painted item will be available in May 2017. Check more details of the Spike figure after the jump.