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.
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Japanese retailers today started accepting pre-orders for Kotobukiya's new ARTFX J character figure of Spike Spiegel from the Cowboy Bebop anime series for a May 2017 release. The Sunrise-produced sci-fi action series was one of the most well-known titles among the US anime fans in the early 2000s. Check the product photos after the jump!
Celebrating the union of Funimation and Crunchyroll, we're making beef and bell peppers this week! The timeless classic, straight from Cowboy Bebop, serves as a hopeful wish for the joint forces of the two major anime companies! Hit the jump to get started!