Image: Stanley ‘Artgerm’ Lau / Titan Comics
. first images of Live-action Cowboy Bebop The hype on the internet has increased and Netflix doesn’t want to miss this opportunity. The platform, along with publisher Titan, has announced that it will release a series of books and comics related to the series, which will be released between 2021 and 2022.
Book Cowboy Bebop: A Syndicate Story: Red Planet Requiem Shawn Cummings (series screenwriter) and tells the story of young Spike Spiegel (John Cho) and Vicious (Alex Hassel) as friends before becoming rivals.
There will also be a four-issue comic book series written by Dan Waters in live-action (lucifer I home sick pilot) with art by Lamar Mathurin and cover by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau.
The comic book stories take place in the same period as the series, but will feature the crew searching for a former gang member who wears a runaway vest. Check Cover:
completing the releases is the book Cowboy Bebop: Making the Netflix Series By Jeff Bond, a hardcover book that brings together concept art and production photography from the series showing behind the scenes and how he brought the original anime live action.
Cowboy Bebop: A Syndicate Story: Red Planet Requiem To be released on November 23, while the first issue of HQ Cowboy Bebop Will hit stores in December. And Cowboy Bebop: Making the Netflix Series Will be released on January 11, 2022. For now, the series of publications are only expected to arrive in the United States.
The adaptation will hit Netflix on November 19. John Cho in the series (very crazy morning) Como Spike Spiegel, Daniela Pineda (Jurassic World: Threatened Kingdom) as Faye Valentine and Mustafa Shakir (luke cage) Como Jet Black.
Released in 1998, anime of the science fiction genre (neo-black) consists of 26 episodes. In it, we look back at the adventures of Spike Spiegel in the year 2071, together with his team of bounty hunters in space adventures.