Cowboy Bebop, 5th Session

Cowboy Bebop, 5th Session

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Director: Shinichiro Watanabe

Cast: Shinichiro Watanabe

     
 
This episode, "Jamming With Edward, is the first appearance of Radical Edward, the 13-year-old girl genius computer hacker, whose trademark is a smiley face. An artificial intelligence satellite carves cave drawings on the surface of Earth, and a huge bounty is placed on the mysterious culprit, believed to be Radical Edward. Thinking hackers are boring, Spike

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This episode, "Jamming With Edward, is the first appearance of Radical Edward, the 13-year-old girl genius computer hacker, whose trademark is a smiley face. An artificial intelligence satellite carves cave drawings on the surface of Earth, and a huge bounty is placed on the mysterious culprit, believed to be Radical Edward. Thinking hackers are boring, Spike stays on the Bebop while Faye and Jet go to Earth searching for clues. Edward makes contact with the Bebop, and Faye makes a promise to her in exchange for information about the bounty head. Spike gets involved and the crew embarks on the dangerous task of downloading a copy of the A.I. satellite. Due to Faye's promise, Ed officially joins the Bebop crew.

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Barnes & Noble - Lewis Somoza Manalo
According to Cowboy Bebop, jet-propelled lawlessness rules the future. Without the aid of planet-hopping bounty hunters -- space cowboys, if you will -- there would be no place for justice in the universe. So Jet Black, bounty hunter and pilot of the spaceship Bebop, cruises the galaxy with his cool-as-ice partner, Spike Spiegel, chasing the cash and loving the danger. Add renegade bounty hunter Faye Valentine and hacking whiz Edward to the Bebop's motley crew, and the hunts grow crazier, pursuing space smugglers, interplanetary terrorists, and common terrestrial thugs -- all to a swinging jazz soundtrack! In addition to having some of the best-looking contemporary animation, the series embodies all that can be called "cool" in modern anime: Inspirations range from Star Wars action to Clint Eastwood's sneer to Bruce Lee's kick. And amid the high-flying, hard-hitting action is a great character drama, as the developing story line delves into the shady, often tragic histories of the entire Bebop crew. Directed by Shinichiro Watanabe with an amazing score by Yoko Kanno (Macross Plus), Cowboy Bebop provides a cerebral "ker-plunk" for the anime fan who wants something headier than Pokémon but as kinetic as a great bebop record. Included here are episodes 19-22: "Wild Horses," "Pierrot Le Fou," "Boogie-Woogie Feng-Shut," and "Cowboy Funk."

Product Details

Release Date:
09/05/2000
UPC:
0669198129490
Original Release:
1998
Rating:
NR
Source:
Bandai
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital]
Time:
1:40:00

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Cowboy Bebop, 5th Session 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Wow some series just seem to go on and on, never truly accomplishing true genius, Bebop does. This DVD includes Wild horses a great space battle episode, Pierrot Le Fou one of the most demented and mind bending episodes in the series, sadly the other two episodes are not as great as the previous said, though compared to most other series they are great.