Cowboy Bebop, Vol. 1

Cowboy Bebop Vol From one of the most popular anime series of all time comes a manga to match Spinning off from the anime story line seen on Cartoon Network the manga series hooks readers with the same combination of

  • Title: Cowboy Bebop, Vol. 1
  • Author: Yutaka Nanten
  • ISBN: 9781931514910
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cowboy Bebop, Vol. 1

    From one of the most popular anime series of all time comes a manga to match Spinning off from the anime story line seen on Cartoon Network, the manga series hooks readers with the same combination of Sci Fi action, crazy comedy, and a twist of old school hipster cool This black and white miniseries, released in the 100% Authentic Manga format, is perfect for fans of theFrom one of the most popular anime series of all time comes a manga to match Spinning off from the anime story line seen on Cartoon Network, the manga series hooks readers with the same combination of Sci Fi action, crazy comedy, and a twist of old school hipster cool This black and white miniseries, released in the 100% Authentic Manga format, is perfect for fans of the Cowboy Bebop anime.

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    1. Jokoloyo

      I love the anime version. It is one of the best anime ever. It is the best anime for 1998-1999 production. The producer should stop exploit Cowboy Bebop (CB) in anime version. The manga adaptation has bad result. Pardon me for illustrate the anime first. CB has great music scores, subtly used CGI (what a great art even for 20 years later), animation (The fighting scenes of CB are the best for TV series on 1998), arts, setting, characters, and stories. In general, CB is great in every aspect that [...]

    2. Emmy

      Watching Cowboy Bebop always leaves me feeling a bit nostalgic, although I'm not sure what I'm feeling nostalgic for. Reading this had the same effect. This manga perfectly captured the sweet, melancholy tone that I have always felt from the anime, while of course infusing the wit and humor that the series also provides. All in all, I was very pleased with Volume 1.(view spoiler)[ While it started off uncomfortably, at the end, I found myself returning again and again to the storyline with Cidne [...]

    3. Rain Misoa

      A few days ago, I picked up Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, another manga series that is an alternative ending to the anime and I wasn't a fan. The characters didn't look like themselves nor did they act like themselves. The plot wasn't that engaging either. In short, I was left unimpressed. So naturally, I was a bit wary when I decided to read this manga. Let me just say this now I FREAKIN' LOVED IT! But that's no surprise to you. After all, you saw how many Stars I rated it. It was really a fanta [...]

    4. ❇Sierra❇

      One-shots. Each chapter is just a new mis-adventure in the lives of our favorite bounty hunters. To be honest; I'm quite satisfied with that. To be clear, I first encountered Cowboy Bebop from the anime. I own the box-set, & just recently felt like re-watching it. Thought about reading the manga after my re-newed interest. Sadly, there's only three& yes I did look into Shooting Star. I just couldn't read it. The characters not only looked wrong, they acted as such. But this adaptation, i [...]

    5. Nek0 Neha (BiblioNyan)

      A spin-off from the anime, which was inspired by Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, this 3-volume series is not a disappointment. It holds on to the humor, sarcasm and action that made the anime series wonderful. The character designs are a little different then the original, but they don't distract from the personalities of the individuals, which I really enjoyed. It's a fun, quick series to read and I definitely recommend it to any Cowboy Bebop fan.

    6. Gef

      Fun stuff for Bebop fans of every stripe who discovered the anime first. I'm unsure if this predates the TV series, but the stories certainly stray a fair bit from the show, but equally as entertaining.

    7. Tyler Looney

      I always loved this show as a kid and even know when i go back and read the manga for the first time, it brings back so many memories and i just love the way the show had a perfect balance of comedy, suspense, action, and some times creepyness i mean some off the bounties looked scary lol. Non the less, cowboy bebop is a grade a manga series and i would recommend it to any one who likes the series as much as i do.

    8. Erikka

      I absolutely loved the Cowboy Bebop anime, but unfortunately wasn't as enamored with it in manga format. There wasn't as much nuance or existentialism and I missed some of the facial expressions and gestures that sometimes had more meaning than the words.

    9. Eric

      Man, the art style for this is absolutely atrocious. How can you take something as amazing as Cowboy Bebop and give it such a horrible artstyle? Jesus.

    10. Tyas

      The full review was published in Animonster. This review has been abridged.Entah bagaimana perasaan para fans Cowboy Bebop saat menyaksikan episode terakhir serial produksi Sunrise tersebut. Mungkin sedih, kecewa, marah, geregetan – tapi kini lupakan dulu perasaan-perasaan itu, dan bersenang-senanglah bersama awak Bebop dalam format manga! Manga Cowboy Bebop dimuat secara berseri sepanjang tahun 1999 hingga 2000 dalam majalah Asuka Fantasy DX, dan kemudian diterbitkan sebagai tankoubon sebanya [...]

    11. Benja

      This collection of one-shots is small consolation for the Cowboy Bebop fan, and provides a very askew impression of the show for newcomers.I am ready to accept the fact that the show relied heavily on its moody soundtrack, and a literary medium cannot account for it. But what about pacing, style, tone and atmosphere? The stories play like hyperkinetic fanfics that make no sense of time or space. It's all wacky hijinks and nary a thought for the Bebop crew. Action and movement are depicted in laz [...]

    12. Page

      I was first introduced to anime when I was had a lot of free time on my hands — freshman year of college. And, surprise surprise, my first experience was Cowboy Bebop. A friend thought it was a good place to start; she was right. I watched all 26-episodes in about 3 days.Enough backstory. This manga contains 4 stories:IT'S SHOWTIME:: I think this is a good way to get into the the story. You met most of the gang, Spike, Jet, Faye and Ed and get to experience their crazy dynamic of working toget [...]

    13. Vitor Frazão

      Adorei rever Spike, Jet e Faye nestas 4 histórias perfeitamente inseridas no espírito da série. A única diferença verdadeiramente significativa é que na mangá não se nota tão bem o worldbuilding, algo compreensível tendo em conta o tamanho dos contos. "It's Showtime" típico de Spike e companhia, mais trabalho que lucro. lol História simples e divertida. 3 Estrelas."We will rock you" maior e melhor desenvolvido que o primeiro conto. O sentido de humor talvez não seja do mais refinado [...]

    14. Prasidh Ramson

      Based on the TV anime series, this manga comic tells the story (well, three short ones) of a group of four bounty hunters in a futuristic world living together on a spaceship, The Bebop. Not having watched the TV series - I really enjoyed learning about the characters (Spike, Jet, Faye, Edward and their genetically modified dog, Ein). They are all quirky, funny and believable - I wouldn't mind hanging out with them or learning more about their backstory. The drawings (black and white) have a cyb [...]

    15. Evelyn

      Overall, it's not bad. The plot is more a series of stories about the main characters than one overarching storyline. But the characters are priceless! From their reactions to their quirks, I love them all. Not to mention the killer burn on page 161.A little old school but interesting enough to warrant a peek at the second volume. Note: See Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star (2 volumes) or the Cowboy Bebop anime for more.This series has 3 volumes.

    16. Andrew

      I picked the series up years ago on my travels and finally now got round to reading them. They read just like additional episodes to the anime - knowing how the series ends there is no other way really. The shame of it really is that inversely they do not add anything to the on going storyline, its just really further exploits in their world. Fun reading but if you are looking for something more to the storyline its not here.

    17. Natalie

      Really enjoyed this book. Was a bit confused about the plot of it at first but that was mainly because I kind of forgot what the description was haha! But overall, really like the series. Spike is my favorite at the moment, but I think Jet, Faye and Ed are also quite interesting and I want to see where their characters go. Because we got a bit of background on Jet's past but not so much with the others. Definitely glad I saw the recommendation. I pass it on to all of you as well!

    18. Amy

      I guess I was expecting more of a continuation and didn't get that so I wasn't that thrilled with Cowboy Bebop. Each chapter is a story with no linkage to one another. Not a bad read It just didn't seem to have any character insight or much build on background or anything. I'll finish up the 3 vol. series but I don't think I'd miss out on anything if I didn't read them in order.

    19. Les

      Confused because watching the show I have seen the ep where they pick up ed, but I have never seen the end of the show, so Im not sure if the manga is supposed to pick up after the show, weave in between each other, or are just supposed to be separate canons. Has the feel of a collection of shorts rather than a unified progessing story.

    20. Coco

      Reads like some extra episodes to the anime somewhere in the middle, not a continuation. Doesn't advance any main plot, not much in the way of digging deeper into the characters though it does elaborate on them a bit. Definitely a fun read in conjunction with seeing the anime, but not sure if it stands up by itself.

    21. Samantha

      Here I thought I was picking up the source material, but the anime came first! So, I initially felt like I was missing a few things when this volume jumped right into hijinks. But it didn't take me too long to recover and I enjoyed it enough to want to check out the rest of this three volume series. It has a zany air about it, which kind of reminded me of Bleach. We'll see how it goes. :)

    22. emily_oriley

      Cowboy Bebop is one of the best animes out there. It has something for everyone and is done so elegantly and brilliantly that even non-anime fans love it. That being said, the manga series (which is based on the anime) just falls short. Honestly it feels like reading fanfiction. The stories are decent and kinda quirky but It lacks that Cowboy Bebop finesse.

    23. Trin

      The Cowboy Bebop anime is one of my favorite things in the history of ever; this isless thrilling. I suppose it's kind of like average-quality gen fanfic: doesn't advance the main plot in any way (obviously), but it also doesn't really say anything new or interesting about the characters. It was sufficiently diverting, but mostly it just made me want to rewatch the series.

    24. ◕ ◡ ◕ Mayday ◕ ◡ ◕

      I didn't watch Cowboy Bebop but people said it was good so I tried its manga. Not as good as I expected though. No character I would have liked. The plot was just so so. The artwork was not my fancy. There was no chemistry at all. I read this because I was very idle, no interesting manga released that month.

    25. Justin

      If you are a Cowboy Bebop fan at all you will enjoy this. So far it doesn't follow the story line of the anime. But because it was during and through the end of the running of the anime I cannot say for future volumes. These are just a collection of stories with the characters. It's pretty awesome!

    26. C

      The TV series of this was fantastic, and it has become so well liked by us that we'd rather watch the show than read the manga. That said, the story is terrific and if you can't watch it but are inclined towards graphic novels/manga, read it!

    27. Lauren

      This was an absolutely amazing series!!! It had everything in it, romance, mystery, and action. I loved all of the characters and the different personalities that had to clash in one location. It was a survival of all of them relying on each other and being able to get through any situation.

    28. Suzis

      I saw the anime first and began reading the manga. Let me tell you. AMAZING! For any beginner getting into manga or anime, this is a great story to start with (especially if you liked the show Firefly!)

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