Netflix highlights composer Yoko Kanno’s return for new Cowboy Bebop series with a behind-the-scenes video of her at work! Anime fans are generally divided when it comes to live-action adaptations, and this was especially true for Netflix and Tomorrow Studios. Cowboy Bebop. The first reviews and reactions are starting to appear online now that the series is gearing up for its worldwide debut with Netflix, and many agree that one of the best decisions was to bring back the composer of the original anime.
It was one of the most exciting announcements leading up to the launch of Cowboy Bebopof the new series that the team decided to bring back Yoko Kanno to compose the music for the series. This includes the return of the classic opening theme and much more, and fans can now get a better idea of ââKanno’s thought process leading up to the new series with a special behind-the-scenes video showing his process released by Netflix. You can consult the special Cowboy Bebop video below:
If you wanted to check out the original anime before the new series debuts, Cowboy Bebop ‘The anime is now streaming on Netflix. The original cast is actually returning for the Japanese dub for the new series, and it premieres on Netflix worldwide on November 19. The ten-episode series stars John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, Alex Hassell, Elena Satine, Tamara Tunie, Mason Alexander Park, Jay Uddin, Lydia Peckham, Adrienne Barbeau, Rodney Cook, Josh Randall and many more ComicBook Evan Valentine from .com rated Cowboy Bebop and had the following to say about the series:
“The series, however, gives the impression Cowboy Bebop, in that the characters look the way they should and the worlds feel good lived as the original described, but there are simply more than a few stumbling blocks when it comes to capture the soul and spirit of the original. The new Netflix show has its issues, but it’s still a fun adventure that has a lot for fans, both original and new to the universe, to enjoy along the way. This show was just never going to reach the heights the original reached, but if you’re willing to look past that fact, the new series gives viewers a fun but rambling ride. “
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