Once upon a time, in New York City in 1941... at this club open to all comers to play, night after night, at a club named
"Minton's Play House" in Harlem, they play jazz sessions competing with each other. Young jazz men with a new sense
are gathering. At last they created a new genre itself. They are sick and tired of the conventional fixed style jazz. They're
eager to play jazz more freely as they wish then... in 2071 in the universe... The bounty hunters, who are gathering in the
spaceship "BEBOP", will play freely without fear of risky things. they must create new dreams and films by breaking traditional
styles. The The work, which becomes a new genre itself, will be called... "COWBOY BEBOP"
3..2..1... LET'S JAM!
The English may be a bit jumbled, but the message in the Cowboy Bebop promos effectively captures the essence of
the series. Cowboy Bebop is the tale of a futuristic maverick, Spike Spiegel, a space cowboy and his band of
partners (Jet Black, Faye Valentine, Edward, and lets not forget Ein the dog), as they race across the galaxy
on daring adventures. They are Bounty Hunters struggling to survive in a world that is a strange combination of past, present,
and future. There are fantastic space crafts and interstellar casinos side by side with droopy sombreros and slow traffic
lights. With each new bounty that they go after, new characters are introduced, and new cosmic landscapes are explored. The
series is episodic, as Spike Spiegel heads off on a new quest each week to secure a new prize. There is action galore,
moments of dry humor, and an incredible blend of computer and traditional animation. Spike's adventures are set to
the very music that the series attempts to capture the spirit of- fabulous BEBOP. The music is such an important part
of the series that it just wouldn't be the same without it. All in all, Cowboy Bebop offers a spectacular blend of
adventure, humor, music, and drama!