Don’t freak out. The ThreeZero Cowboy Bebop 1/6 Spike Spiegel Figure is not based on John Cho. Sorry, no offense to John. He did great but the overall vibe of the live-action attempt commissioned by Netflix just does not resonate with loyal fans.
You have seen the first images and the opening credits, now have a look at the first (and likely the only) official trailer of the much-anticipated live-action adaptation of the anime, Cowboy Bebop. We have nothing to say about the trailer except that it is well put together.
After being teased with the first images and then the opening credits, we are all pumped up for the live-action Cowboy Bebop. But before the live-action series lands on Netflix, there is a “party warmer” coming your way: the original anime series.
Well, this is definitely an exciting week for fans of Netflix. First thing, first. We finally have a new trailer for Stranger Things 4. OK. It’s not quite an actual trailer. It is more like a teaser:
After exciting us with the first look at Cowboy Bebop live-action series’ cast and composer in June, Netflix has more images to share with fans. Posted on Netflix Instagram are some images of the upcoming live-action adaptation of the cult 90s Japanese anime.
That’s right, folks. Thanks to Netflix, Cowboy Bebop live-action series is happening. Cowboy Bebop, which is set to drop this Fall, is co-produced by Netflix and Tomorrow Studios.