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Cowboy Bebop Remix: The Complete Collection (Anime Legends)


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Product Details

  • Directors: Shinichiro Watanabe
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, Surround Sound, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Japanese (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Bandai Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 5, 2008
  • Run Time: 650 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (444 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00102FF7U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,959 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Cowboy Bebop Remix: The Complete Collection (Anime Legends)" on IMDb

Special Features

26 episodes on six discs
Staff interviews and commentary
Bonus episode: Session 0
Animated interactive menus

Editorial Reviews

The crew of the Bebop is once again ready to take control of space, bringing bad guys to justice and trying to make some cash while doing it. Join the always cool Spike, investigative genius Jet, the fabulous Faye, the amazing (but weird) Ed and the super-smart Welsh Corgi named Ein as they try to make a buck in the year 2071. How do they do it? They re bounty hunters. But then again, you probably wouldn t be reading this if you didn t already know that...Now, for the first time in North America the entire Cowboy Bebop Remix series in one package!!!

Customer Reviews

Great characters, good story, and good action.
Carlo Catalao
Unlike most animes, Bebop is primarily episodic, so the shows can be enjoyed individually, without requiring the viewer to watch the entire series in one sitting.
iansomniak
Needless to say, with a diverse score like this one, the surround mix really pays off.
J. Kelm

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288 of 298 people found the following review helpful By iansomniak on April 11, 2008
Format: DVD
Look up the word `cool' in any dictionary and it says "see Cowboy Bebop"...well, not really...but it should, because Cowboy Bebop is the quintessence of coolness. If you don't already know, Bebop is a stylish 26-session masterpiece chronicling the thrilling triumphs and tribulations of those space-sailing, chain-smoking, bounty-hunting buddies, Jet Black and Spike Spiegel. Jet is a bald and burly bonsai tree collector with an artificial left arm and a comma-shaped piece of metal under his scarred right eye. A former ISSP officer--known on his home satellite, Ganymede, as the tenacious "Black Dog"--Jet is now the owner/pilot/mechanic of the spaceship Bebop. The wiry gunfighter and martial arts master, Spike, has fuzzy green hair, mismatched eyes and a checkered past. These two intrepid space "cowboys" hop from one astral gate to another to hunt down wanted criminals all across the galaxy, hoping to earn enough woolongs to enable Jet to finally add some actual beef to his famous "Bell Peppers and Beef" stir-fry. In Session 2, Spike and Jet rescue a Welsh Corgi "data-dog" named Ein from the notorious pet thief, Abdul Hakim. In Session 3, they meet up with an unscrupulous Blackjack dealer who turns out to be the infamous yellow-clad femme fatale, Faye Valentine. And in Session 9, they meet an androgynous red-headed net-diver with an occasionally invisible nose who calls herself Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivrusky, IV. Only by working together can this motley little crew of hungry hunters overcome the ruthless gangsters, senile chess players, broken showers, biting mutants and bad mushrooms that stand in their way as they attempt to nab the endless lineup of bad guys profiled daily on Punch and Judy's Big Shot television show.Read more ›
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204 of 212 people found the following review helpful By J. Kelm on February 18, 2008
Format: DVD
Instead of giving some hack review of the story, I'll skip it and assume you either know the story already or know how to google for it.

This box set of a solid anime is finally released in its newest form (improved and cleaned-up picture and 5.1 surround mix) at a very affordable price. Honestly, $40 is a steal considering what you had to pay for all of the discs individually. All 6 discs are in a clamshell case, similar to that of the Back to the Future. No insert inside, just the DVDs.

What I think of the improved picture:
It's not bad. Not perfect but not bad. You'll notice the picture is cleaned up a lot if you compare it with pre-improved releases. Scenes that are brighter or more colorful really come through. But I did notice something that kinda bothered me some. Scenes where there is a lot of black (which are many; the story is mostly in space. who knew?) seem off. What I mean by that is, the black areas aren't a consistent black. This could be a result of the clean-up process but I'm not sure. Either way, it's slightly distracting but by no means a deal breaker. (EDIT: This was an issue I experienced on the first disc and not later ones; not sure if it was with the disc or my TV's brightness setting. Either way, not a big problem.) You're getting a better copy of the show visually.

What I think of the sound:
Ok, if you know anything about Bebop, it's that there is a great soundtrack. Snappy jazz with the opening credits and sad blues penetrate this series. Needless to say, with a diverse score like this one, the surround mix really pays off. Surround effects and bass response are dead on and not overwhelming. Scenes take advantage of the surrounds to create a balanced ambiance and you might even glance behind your shoulder at times.
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819 of 874 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 29, 2003
Format: DVD
I really don't like anime. It's true. Growing up in the '80s and seeing the reruns of '70s imports (like Speed Racer), not to mention the whole Pokémon thing that hit while I was in high school, I know some people out there like those things but I find them repulsive and annoying. Silly caricatures with gigantic eyes and frame rates of about 2 per minute, almost like watching a slide show with really bad narration.
Then a friend pressured me to watch Cowboy Bebop on Cartoon Network. He knew my reservations about Japanese cartoons, but pushed me into it anyway (it was a Saturday night, I wasn't doing anything anyway...) and I haven't stopped thanking him.
This series is good. Not good, great. This is the program that anyone who says "cartoons are for kids" should watch. The first thing that I noticed was that the episodes were each standalone. Most of the popular animations of today are very series-oriented, if you miss one the next one probably won't make sense, and the whole thing feels soap-opera-ish. But not Bebop. Oh, it's true that there's an ongoing storyline, but you don't have to be familiar with it to enjoy any given episode. In fact, it might be good to watch them out of sequence once and then in order, you'll get everything on two different levels.
Then there's the music. It is easily the best music in a cartoon, possibly the best in a television series. Just like I don't like anime, I don't like jazz. Or so I thought, but many thanks to Yoko Kanno for proving me wrong on that count. It's original, it's catchy, and even though I didn't much care for a lot of it initially, it now has so much emotion attached to it that I have added it to my regular listening. I definitely can't say that about any other television series ever.
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whast the difference between cowboy bebop remix and the regular?
The Remix version has the addition of a 5.1 surround sound mix and a slight remastering (mainly a lighter transfer - not as dark.)
Jan 14, 2008 by Matt MN |  See all 5 posts
Edited for content?
The episodes on Adult Swim were cut slightly, but there wasn't much to cut. Possibly a little vulgar language, but not much.

The only part I can think of that this will likely have cut, based on the PG-13 rating, is a scene at the end of episode 12 (and partially repeated in the overview of the... Read More
May 15, 2008 by Matt H. |  See all 4 posts
Sound Issues
I just got my copy today and had the same problem, on episodes 5 and 8, I was wondering the same thing, if my copy was defective?
Apr 7, 2008 by cybergop |  See all 3 posts
Anyone actually own this set?
I don't have pics yet, but it's a pretty sweet set. As you might have seen in my review, the packaging is not that great because the spindles stress the discs. Check out my review for more details. The discs themselves appear to be the exact same discs as the previous "remix" versions... Read More
Feb 14, 2008 by Vic Rattlehead |  See all 7 posts
Does this set include every episode in the series?
As far as I can tell it's all of the episodes that were on Adult Swim.
Feb 9, 2008 by Conrad |  See all 8 posts
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