We are thrilled to see the incredible response from fans for the Amazon Exclusive Edition of Cowboy Bebop! But, we know that a few of you are waiting to see what our FUNimation Exclusive Edition contains before making a decision, so without further ado:
- Release date: 12/16/14
- Complete TV series on Blu-ray and DVD (combo pack)
- Exclusive Limited Edition tri-fold packaging in the style of a vintage record cover
- Display easel for packaging
- Four exclusive art cards
- One additional exclusive art card with foil-stamp autograph from series director Shinichiro Watanabe
We know some Premium Edition buyers primarily want pack-in content and items, and some prioritize having a display piece for their shelves. While both of our Cowboy Bebop Premium Editions feature display-worthy packaging and bonus items, their differences are intended to reflect these different priorities. We’re looking forward to revealing the designs soon!
We hope that with the Blu-ray and DVD Standard Editions (details coming soon) and the two Premium Editions, every fan is able to have a Cowboy Bebop experience that they love! Click here to order the FUNimation Exclusive Edition now.
Finally, some more info on what the different re-releases of Cowboy Bebop will include! Hope we can see some design photos soon.
The next episode of the Podcast will be all about Kimagure Orange Road! If you have any questions or topic suggestions for the episode, feel free to DM me, add your comments to this post, or email me directly at AnimeNostalgiaPodcast@gmail.com! :D
Last night I was watching Himitsu no Akko-chan— more specifically, the remake from the late 80s. Its ending credits sequence sent me for quite the loop, and I showed it to shuryorin so she would share my surprise.
I’m a longtime magical girl fan, but I’m new to pre-Sailor Moon majokkos, so I really did NOT expect the credits to have not one but three shots of Akko using a gun. Or Star Wars, Rambo, and Back to the Future references, either.
One of my all-time favorite ending theme animations! You can watch it here, the Jaws part at the beginning always makes me chuckle.
Kimagure Orange Road: Natsu no Mirage PC Adventure game (1988)
Listen up, fans of classic anime: if you’re not watching Aoi Honoo/Blue Blazes yet, you’re missing out.
I know I totally had a can of both the Trunks cola and a can of the Sailor Moon R cola at one point, but I have no idea what happened to them…
German Sailor Moon novelizations vol 1-5 (1996-1998)
Mainichi ga Nichiyoubi (Everyday is Sunday) laserdisc #1 (1990)