I hope you like jazz in this Blu-Ray trailer for COWBOY BEBOP

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Cowboy Bebop

If you’re getting into anime, you’re pretty much spoiled for choice. There are countless great series to engage in and watch. But there are very few truly timeless classics out there. If I had to make a list of the most essential anime shows that need to be on your bucket list, Cowboy Bebop would rank near the top. And now, it’s getting the Blu-Ray treatment.

It’ll cost you a few Woolongs, but here’s a look at Cowboy Bebop with some of that Blu-Ray lovin’:

In addition to all that, the discs will be jam-packed with features. Here’s the full list:

  • Complete series on Blu-ray/DVD
  • Session #1 Audio Commentary with Koichi Yamadera (Spike) and Unshou Ishizuka (Jet)
  • Session #5 Audio Commentary with Wendee Lee (Faye) and ADR Producer Yutaka Maseba
  • Session #10 Audio Commentary with Wendee Lee (Faye) and ADR Producer Yutaka Maseba
  • Session #17 Audio Commentary with Director Shinichiro Watanabe and Composer Yoko Kanno
  • Session #24 Audio Commentary with Megumi Hayashibara (Faye) and Aoi Tada (Ed)
  • Cowboy Bebop Session #0
  • Interview with Wendee Lee (English Voice of Faye Valentine)
  • Interview with Cartoon Network Producer Sean Akins
  • Original Opening Song
  • Textless Opening Song
  • Original Closing Song
  • Textless Closing Song
  • Original Closing Song Ep. 13
  • Textless Closing Song Ep. 13
  • Original Closing Song Ep. 26
  • Textless Closing Song Ep. 26
  • U.S. Trailer
  • Trailers
  • Memo from Bebop: The Dub Sessions Remembered
  • Ein’s Summer Vacation
  • Tank!” Full-Size Music Clip
  • Tank!” Club Remix Music Clip -UK Version-
  • Dinner Aboard the Bebop

It’s out December 16, and if you have any cash to spare, you can grab a limited edition as well. Stylin’, baby.

 

Last Updated: October 29, 2014

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