For one jazzy, jacked-up season, Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the basic ’90s Japanese anime “Cowboy Bebop” hit the small display in November starring John Cho (Spike Spiegel), Daniella Pineda (Faye Valentine), Mustafa Shakir (Jet Black), Elena Satine (Julia), and Alex Hassell (Vicious).
The much-hyped TV collection chronicled the misadventures of three ultra-cool bounty hunters bouncing across the cosmos within the 12 months 2171 aboard their iconic Bebop spaceship.
Unfortunately on Dec. 9, the streaming big decided to pull the plug on a potential second season for its platform as a consequence of manufacturing prices and mediocre evaluations regardless of raking in over 74 million viewer hours throughout the preliminary week of launch.
But followers and aficionados of the cult anime and canceled Netflix present now have one thing to cheer about within the type of London-based Titan Comics’ upcoming “Cowboy Bebop” comic book series touchdown on Jan. 19, and we have got a sneak peek on the premiere challenge to share. Titan’s “Cowboy Bebop” trade paperback gathering the brand new collection will drop July 26.
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Written by DC Comics’ Dan Watters (“Lucifer,” “Wolfenstein”) and accompanied by paintings from Lamar Mathurin (“Gumbo”), this extremely anticipated restricted collection will likely be aligned with the previous Netflix live-action providing and options an all-new story additionally set within the 12 months 2171. The dynamic plot line unspools with your entire Bebop gang on the hunt for an ex-gang member who has of their possession a legendary vest that bestows limitless luck on whomever is sporting it.
In addition to the brand new four-issue comedian collection, Titan Publishing can even be releasing “Cowboy Bebop: A Syndicate Story: Red Planet Requiem,” a prequel novel set within the universe of the collection, and “Cowboy Bebop: Making the Netflix Series,” a revealing companion artwork guide which acts as an insider information to the retro-cool sci-fi present. Both titles are as a consequence of arrive later in 2022.
Titan Comics’ “Cowboy Bebop #1” lands in comedian retailers and on-line retailers on Jan. 19 with a wealth of particular variant covers by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, Claudia Ianniciello, Afu Chan, Yishan Li, and Yoshi Yoshitani.
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