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Cowboy Bebop Remix: Complete Collection (Anime Legends)

Kôichi Yamadera , Unshô Ishizuka , Hirokazu Yamada , Ikurô Satô    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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The crew of the Bebop is once again ready to take control of space, bringing bad guys to justice and trying to make some cash while doing it. Join the always cool Spike, investigative genius Jet, the fabulous Faye, the amazing (but weird) Ed and the super-smart Welsh Corgi named Ein as they try to make a buck in the year 2071. How do they do it? They re bounty hunters. But then again, you probably wouldn't be reading this if you didn't already know that...Now, for the first time in North America the entire Cowboy Bebop Remix series in one package!!!

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A work of art with the sound it deserves July 4 2008
First of all, the series itself is beautifully mastered in the animation, dub, and music. Composer Yoko Kanno is an absolute genius! Remix's 5.1 sound is absolutely wonderful, and this is a total bargain for a series of this quality. The english dub is absolutely superb. For once I recommend it over watching in the japanese, since the subtitles give the language a stilted feel, and the dub keeps that edgy tone going.
The characters are outstanding, and Bebop gives the viewer enough credit to use their own brains to draw conclusions, instead of narrating everything out. Without a doubt this is one of the most poignant stories in anime.
This is not a series for kids - it was made for adults, and the first episode is so adult that it was not even aired on television in Japan. So keep that in mind!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must-buy for Cowboy Bebop fans Dec 9 2011
By J3ueno
If you're looking to purchase this, you probably know how great Cowboy Bebop is so I won't bother you about that. As you can see in the product description, the set consists of the entire series with 5.1 Digital sound and remastered visuals. Both english and japanese audio and subtitles are available.

The dvd case is great, and contains 6 dvds. I have heard people saying that it's design can put stress on the dvds, but it's nothing to worry about in my opinion. The menus are great and their style is based on the opening of the series. Of course, you can expect to hear some great songs from the series while navigating them.

What isn't mentioned is the special features of the set. Along with trailers of the series and other animes, special features include various commentaries, interviews and a special episode which is basically a recap of the episodes that didn't air in Japan, interviews of the staff that worked on the show and a music video with a remix of "TANK!". The commentaries last during entire episodes and feature both American and Japanese staff. Not only are those commentaries interesting, but they are also very fun. The Japanese commentators have natural conversations that often end up in laugh while American ones are more serious and insightful.

To conclude, this box set is worth your purchase if you want to enjoy everything Cowboy Bebop has to offer.
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5.0 out of 5 stars So cool its cold! June 21 2003
By A Customer
Cowboy Bebop defines the modern era of anime. Set on the wild frontier of space, the bounty hunters of the spaceship Bebop are freelance heros, even if it isn't always willing. The characters are impecably developed, and you will find yourself identifying with them. The art is perfect, the likes of which are rarely seen, and show why you don't need actors for everything. The CG work is seemlessly added, rather than jumping out from the hand drawn work as it does in so many anime. And the score.
As for the action, yes, it is a part of it. But never is it gratuatous. Simply put, the Bebop's crew make the Nebacanezzar's look like school children. But it is thier story that pulls you in, not the action. It is THE classic tales of all cultures, told in a modern way. Rebirth, growth, learning, honor, death, these are the themes. The lesson... Well, that would be spoiling it, and not just becuase everyone sees something different from Jet, Spike, Faye, Ed and Ein.
I came for the art, I stayed for the story, and I went back for the music. Yoko Kana out did herself with the music of Bebop. From country to jazz to heavy metal to techno, it's all here.
Simply put, watch it. Start almost any where in the series, and just watch.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cannot Stop Thinking About It June 19 2003
This is the first review I've writen and it is because I feel so strongly about these movie. I went out on a limb and bought them-- I've been dsappointed with many other anime-- and I was not disappointed with this at all. The animation, the music and the story were all amazing.

The animation is so fluid and detailed that you cannot help but stare blankly at the TV. Spike's fight scene in the very first session will make you drool and beg for more scenes like this.

Second, the music is simply astounding. Although this film is Japanese, many of the songs were in English. You definitely be humming the theme song "Tank!" a lot.

Finally, the best reason to buy this is because of the storyline. I find that this is were American films are lacking. It is completey amazing how connected I was with the characters, and towards the end I was actually sad that the dvds were ending.... that sounds like I'm a lonely freak...I promise I'm not. I sometimes found that I just wanted to skip to the last two sessions to see what happens, but everytime a new session began I was completely enthralled.

By far this is one of my favorite dvd experiences. I am not a typical anime watcher. I just want to watch something with some substance instead of just action and eye candy. This definitely gave me both and even some important things to think about
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Truly Perfect Collection June 19 2003
If Neon Genesis Evangelion ranks as the No. 1 anime series ever, Cowboy Bebop would be an easy No. 1.1, wrapped up beautifully in 26 masterful episodes.
Bebop takes place some time in the assumed future: all money is electronically transfered on plastic in the denomination of "woolongs." Space travel to different planets is the norm, VHS players and joystick-video games are antiques, and the internet is navigated by goggles. Bebop focuses on one group of people: bounty hunters or "cowboys" as they are called. There is even a regular television show that updates cowboys on the best and biggest bounties out there. The best, but unluckiest, of the bunch and Jet, an ex-cop with an artificial iron arm, and Spike, an extremely laid-back, confident ex-gangster, proficient in weapons and judo. Along the way, they pick up Faye, a gambling-addicted babe from the past, freed from her cryogenic sleep; Ed, a tomboyish-girl generally accepted as one of the planet's best hackers; and Ein, a super-intelligent Welsh Corgi (he barks and doesn't talk).
The animation is so spectacular and uninhibited that the feeling of watching anime versus live action is blurred. The camera can go shaking erratically during a crash or hand-to-hand fight sequence; it can go red-tinted and distorted when it switches to the view of a rampaging drug addict; it can flip 360 from the ground to the sky, back to the ground as someone gets thrown; or it can merely show birds flying off into the sky as the report of a gunshot fades. The anime is extremely detailed and the CG moments chosen very wisely. The colors are also well-chosen; blacks and blues for the more brutal flashbacks, or a golden hue for more choice memories.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great series. I'll be looking for more.
For years I have been hearing about Cowboy Bebop, but never saw it around. Finally, after 20 years of looking I picked up a movie they did, on blu-ray. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Mergatroid
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Box Set For The Greatest Anime Ever Made
This box set is flawless. Being a fan of Cowboy Bebop, I'm one of those anime fans who 'rents' an anime via torrents and makes a point to buy it on DVD if I like it. Read more
Published 20 months ago by The Nexus
5.0 out of 5 stars A genre-bending, postmodern classic
Cowboy Bebop is simply epic. The cinematography is top-notch, taking its cues from American westerns and other genres and spinning it all together with an artistic depth that will... Read more
Published on May 8 2011 by tdotdotdot
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth it.
HMV want the price of this entire box set for only one of the discs included, don't waste your money, the price is not too good to be true. Read more
Published on Aug. 9 2010 by David
5.0 out of 5 stars A Legendary Space-Western-Opera
Do not get this boxset for anyone under 14. This series contains blood, violence, swearing, etc.

This box set contains the entire Cowboy Bebop series (all 26 episodes)... Read more
Published on Oct. 1 2009 by J. McLean
5.0 out of 5 stars Why do they cut the good ones short?
I hadn't heard of Cowboy Bebop until recently. I am VERY pleased that I purchased the series and am looking forward to the movie. Read more
Published on Sept. 14 2009 by John Tietze
5.0 out of 5 stars Great
Even though I'm not esspecially into anime, I like this! The boxed set is also a much less expensive way to enjoy it. (the "sessions" were sold as six seperate discs before). Read more
Published on June 9 2009 by Tony Marlino
4.0 out of 5 stars Nothing's perfect
Those who loved "Black Lagoon" will certinly love this anime or even more because at least in "Cowboy Bebop" there's an end. Read more
Published on May 25 2009 by Antonin Sinotte
5.0 out of 5 stars Best anime ever
This is honestly the best anime I have ever seen, great characters and compelling storylines add up to a classic show.
Published on Feb. 16 2009 by Andrew Russell
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Deal For A Great Anime!
Hey, All the episodes in one package for a a good price? Yea its awesome, As one poster said 25 big ones for each disc = alot of cash. Read more
Published on Oct. 12 2008 by Patrick_91
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