The pain was excruciating. His head felt light and fuzzy and the rest of him felt like it had been mauled by a tiger. He stumbled to his feet, almost slamming back to the ground. The wide-eyed Syndicate members simply stared, unsure of what to do.
'Vicious is dead. I suggest you select someone smarter and less 'vicious' as your new boss. I'm not doing it.'
They dissipated, unwilling to try and mess with the guy that had supposedly killed Vicious.
Spike managed to get to the door. His eyes blurred and he though he saw... Faye?
Okay, so this user named sonicfan21 on IMDB is going ballistic over someone called zeer? I don't know who this person is, but he showed me all his comments and I compared them to the ones before Jun, 10 and yeah, he suddenly changed for some weird reason. Used to be smart, now he isn't, and he used to be nice, now he isn't. He complained about a music video he made, saying that he's talking about official music videos. That video was important to make because it was dealing with one of my fanfics, An Encouaging Investment and he chastised it because we don't own Cowboy Bebop. I don't know if...
Hollywood Reporter reports that 2011 will bring us a Cowboy Bebop live-action movie, with Keanu Reeves as Spike Spiegel the bounty hunter. Let me pause while the anime nerds scream. Now, if Keanu channels his old Ted "Theodore" Logan and My Own Private Idaho energy, and takes a shitload of Jeet Kune Do lessons, this could work. I'm actually more concerned about his fighting skills than his acting chops for this one. He at least looks the part, being a lanky black-haired chain smoker.The good news is they have the original director Shinichiro Watanabe on board as associate producer. Hopefully...
Sorry, but I really need to put this out in public somehow.
Please don’t state I’m trolling, I love Cowboy Bebop. In fact, it’s one of my favorite anime ever and it even tops Cardcaptor Sakura. It has great animation and a great cast of English voice actors. I actually like it better than Samurai Champloo. I’m sorry to be an idiot here, but in my opinion, Cowboy Bebop’s movie: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door kinda destroyed Spike’s personality. In the anime, he’s sweet, earnest, and loving. He’d almost never lost the kindness inside of him and always had a calm...
Set in Mars, a shiny and well-taken-care-of red car drove past the street. It held a dark-haired woman with blue eyes and a little girl with you-know-what. The kid has her arms crossed with furrowed eye brows as she is about to go to daycare. Daycare was the third worst thing that has ever happened during the seven years of her life. The first was the sudden death of her parents when she was only three; the second was the realm of Spike's death; and the third is you-know-what. She was frustrated because she is always mocked by her friends and longs to go to school. It was only Monday, the...
Even before I finished watching the series, I saw people saying that Spike dies in the end.
That's what I get for googling Cowboy Bebop.
On a number of the question/answer sites out there, people asked the question, "Did Spike Die?". Numerous answers said "yes, he's dead" and you'd see an occasional "it's ambiguous." I saw the question being asked in a number of places, getting the same answers.
This got me scratching my head. If he so obviously died, why do people have to ASK if he died?
I remember it well. Last night, I had had a tantalizing dream about Shaggy and Daphne. I went to Universal CityWalk that night and bought a model of the Monkeemobile. I was currently in my second Monkees craze. Oh, yeah, and later that night adult swim would be showing the last episode of Cowboy Bebop. Last week, they had showed part one of “The Real Folk Blues”, and it was thrilling. I couldn’t wait to see how things resolved.
All that changed when Julia was shot down. Up to then, I had been expecting a happy ending. Then, at the finale, Spike...