Just a few days after Netflix stunned fans by revealing a first peek of the highly anticipated Cowboy Bebop live-action series that will be debuting this fall, we now know that the live-action series will not be coming alone.
Cowboy Bebop, starring John Cho as Spike Spiegel, Mustafa Shakir as Jet Black, and Daniella Pineda as Faye Valentine, hits Netflix on November 19.
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Both the old generation of Cowboy Bebop lovers and the new fans are in for a good time.
It has been reported that Titan Comics will publish a comic book series by writer Dan Watters (Lucifer, Home Sick Pilots) and artist Lamar Mathurin based on Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Sunrise’s Cowboy Bebop anime.
The Cowboy Bebop comic book series will have four issues and will debut in December. The collected edition will ship as a trade paperback in May 2022. According to the website, the series will feature a “never-before-seen” story set in the Cowboy Bebop universe. Stanley “Artgerm” Lau (Captain Marvel) is creating the main cover art.
The first arc of the series will follow the Bebop crew on an adventure set in 2171, as they pursue “an ex-gang member who holds a vest which gives the wearer unlimited luck.”
The publisher will also publish a prequel novel titled Cowboy Bebop: A Syndicate Story: Red Planet Requiem by series staff writer, Sean Cummings.
It was also confirmed that the publishing company will be making a book that dives deep into the production of the live-action show. The series will premiere on Netflix in November and Cowboy Bebop: A Syndicate Story: Red Planet Requiem (prequel novel) will provide a direct lead-in to the events of the show.
Writer and executive producer Jeff Pinkner teased in April 2020 that the show’s staff is planning a second season. The series is a co-production between Netflix and Tomorrow Studios, with Netflix handling all physical production.
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