Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, Volume 1 (2020)

Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, Volume 1 OwenThomas Cain Kuga Hajime Yatate Yuki Nakamura Cowboy Bebop Shooting Star Volume When the population of Earth abandoned its home for other planets the Solar System became a playground for tricksters mobsters and criminals galore The police alone can t chase them all down enter t
  • Title: Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, Volume 1
  • Author: OwenThomas Cain Kuga Hajime Yatate Yuki Nakamura
  • ISBN: 9781591822974
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, Volume 1 OwenThomas Cain Kuga Hajime Yatate Yuki Nakamura When the population of Earth abandoned its home for other planets, the Solar System became a playground for tricksters, mobsters and criminals galore The police alone can t chase them all down enter the bounty hunters, the best of the best of which make their home on the spaceship Bebop the ex mafioso Spike Spiegel, the ex cop Jet Black, the amnesiac Faye Valentine, EdWhen the population of Earth abandoned its home for other planets, the Solar System became a playground for tricksters, mobsters and criminals galore The police alone can t chase them all down enter the bounty hunters, the best of the best of which make their home on the spaceship Bebop the ex mafioso Spike Spiegel, the ex cop Jet Black, the amnesiac Faye Valentine, Ed the Hacker and their data dog, Ein Now, with scruples than the rest of their ilk, the gang often find themselves without the cash, and consequentially without food on their plates And when they get caught in the crossfire of a mafia grudge match, they may all reconsider their line of work Made in tandem with the hit TV show, this two manga series offers an alternative look at the quirky crew of the Bebop.
Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, Volume 1 OwenThomas Cain Kuga Hajime Yatate Yuki Nakamura

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One thought on “Cowboy Bebop: Shooting Star, Volume 1

  1. Rain Misoa

    Recently, I finished watching Cowboy Bebop for the millionth time I love that anime It is one I will never grow tired of The animation, music, story, characters, and setting just flow so smoothly together I even love the movie and video games they created to go along with the anime so, naturally, I was looking forward to reading the manga When I picked this up, I was beyond ecstatic I mean, this is Cowboy Bebop for crying out loud Of course it s going to be epic Well I read it and I was left a b [...]

  2. Tess

    I absolutely loved the anime of Cowboy Bebop This book is set in the same universe with the same characters Their stories, however, have changed The way we meet Ed, Faye, Ein, and the history of Spike and Jet are different based on the author s take on the characters Some might not like this, but I like the new twist on their relationships Plus the author has added a whole new badguy Since the TV series is over, it is also like getting all new Bebop stories I haven t read the rest in this manga [...]

  3. Emmy

    A few months ago, I read the Cowboy Bebop series by Yutaka Nanten and loved it When I learned there was another series, consisting of just two books, I was very interested in checking it out I stumbled upon book 1 at a used book shop and snapped it up This is a review of that book.A great read, and an interesting take on the story, my only complaint was that sometimes the art style which was excellent got a bit too cartoon y for the series, and while Bebop can be funny, this lacked the melanchol [...]

  4. Willow Redd

    I bought this one when I saw it sitting on the shelve at the New Bern Books A Million I can remember that because it was the same time I first watched the anime, and the original receipt is working as my bookmark At the time, I didn t know it was a reimagining of the story, so reading it the first time was a bit confusing.An interesting concept, a manga that takes the basic information of the Cowboy Bebop anime, but tells its own original story The characters are the same, but the way they came [...]

  5. Nek0 Neha (BiblioNyan)

    This is the manga that started it all Contrary to what a lot of people believe, Shooting Star is the first original Cowboy Bebop work that stirred the Cowboy Bebop manga three volumes and the spectacular anime series The character designs are a little different then what the average CB fan may be used to, but the plot is just as ripe with humor, action and sarcasm I liked reading this small two volume series because it is slightly different then the anime and spin off manga, making it refreshing [...]

  6. Andrew

    Ok this is a tricky one Different story line, different artistry, different feel Now i first opened this book not expecting to like it, after all I have the anime and love it, to take that and change it hmmm not sure if its a travesty or a liberty but now i am not so sure its just as much fun and yes those once familiar story lines are now all changed but not so much that i cannot face reading the next page Ok we shall see One to go and then its again on to something totally different.

  7. Aurora

    I ve only read volume 1, but really didn t get into this at all I didn t feel much of a connection for the characters and I wasn t impressed by the setting Edward is annoying and I can t figure out if it s supposed to be a boy or a girl Maybe I would enjoy this if I had seen the anime, which I haven t In fact, I really get the feeling that this is aimed at those who are already fans.I do really like the artwork, though.

  8. Crystal

    Enh Drawing s mediocre, storylines less than mediocre I would applaud almost any manga adaptation of Cowboy Bebop however, when Spike doesn t even look like Spike and the characters overall are reduced to one dimensional aspects of their rich anime counterpartsa disappointing, wooden rendition of a great series.

  9. Anna

    Yes, this series of Cowboy Bebop is still better than the original series More clean and dynamic and with better flow I feel like I know about the characters And the art is better too, even if it s different from the anime It has a good split from the original plot into something the writer wanted to claim.

  10. Lauren

    This was an absolutely amazing series It had everything in it, romance, mystery, and action I loved all of the characters and the different personalities that had to clash in one location It was a survival of all of them relying on each other and being able to get through any situation.

  11. Emily

    This was a bit confusing The editors assume anybody reading this has watching the show read the other manga etc etc so even though it s a No 1 and a relaunch of the origin story, I was a bit lost among all the inside jokes.

  12. Ann Rees

    Actually really liked this one Lots of funny moments and while the characters come close to being clich they mostly dodge that bullet The layout here is a little confusing, especially in the beginning, but you get used to it after a while Definitely will be checking of these out.

  13. Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    The art is awkward compared to the other volumes What going on here Must investigate

  14. Chris L

    This is an alternate version of the crew, don t like them ax much as the anime versions, especially Spike who is too much of a pretty boy.Decent stories though.

  15. Melanie

    I was super stoked to pick up Bebop manga with new story lines, but the translation was poor and the art unimpressive Maybe next time Space Cowboys

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