How’s your Christmas shopping list looking? Still got a few people to buy for? Any otaku on your list? If so, let me submit for your consideration some of these manga and light novels below! We’ve got a slew of series we’re covering this week, from published webtoons to backstories to Netflix live-action adaptations that… Read More Reader’s Corner: The Art of Sushi, The Angel Next Door, and Cowboy Bebop: A Syndicate Story
Did you miss our Instagram live stream yesterday with Lydia Peckham, the actress who plays Katerina in Netflix’s live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop? Not to fear! Even though you missed out on asking her questions live, you can stream the entire interview on our YouTube channel! 3, 2, 1, let’s stream! We talk John Cho,… Read More Video Interview with Cowboy Bebop’s Lydia Peckham
Before there was a Neon Genesis Evangelion, Osamu Tezuka made a Bible anime. In art as in life, beginnings have a certain freshness to them, a certain special light. If you’re new here as I once was, you may check the FAQ after three or four articles, and it’s there. The year was 1984. No… Read More The Genesis of Anime (But Not That One)
Episode one of the new Netflix adaptation of Cowboy Bebop takes the viewers back to the initial episode of the anime, itself an homage to Robert Rodriguez’s Desperado, and immediately features the sharp acting on display throughout the series, including that of Lydia Peckham—who plays Katerina, a poised, mysterious young woman whose boyfriend is mixed… Read More Lydia Peckham (Katerina from Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop) Joins us Live on Wednesday!
While our full review of Cowboy Bebop (2021) is now out and ready to read, we thought it would be fun to do a first impression piece, too, similar to the ones we post each anime season as new series begin to air—and considered that it might helpful for you, too, as you either contemplate… Read More First Impressions: Cowboy Bebop (Netflix), Episode 1
There’s a memorable scene from Cowboy Bebop, the 1998 anime on which Netflix’s new live-action adaptation is based, where series protagonist Spike lays pinned to the floor of a gothic church by Vicious, his former comrade and a symbol of a brutal past he’s been unable to escape, while pointing his gun back at him.… Read More Review: Cowboy Bebop (Netflix, 2021)
With Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop premiering a week from today, the cast and crew of the series came together last night to celebrate at the premiere event for the show, walking the red carpet and afterwards, attending an after party. We’ve posted photos from the event below, as well as some video interviews. You’ll notice a… Read More Last Night’s Cowboy Bebop (Netflix) Premiere Featured Yoko Kanno, Steve Aoki, John Cho and More!
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of September 19th through 25th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Please stay tuned to the end of this… Read More Doki Doki News: Cowboy Bebop and Saint Seiya Adaptations, and a Farewell
It’s not often you new Spike Spiegel fanart, especially a really nice piece like this one! But who knows, we may be in for a whole lot more with the Cowboy Bebop live-action film coming out. Bang! ★ 【やまよし】「 スパイクさん 」 ☆
Welcome to Doki Doki News, your source for updates in the world of anime, gaming, and otakudom, for the week of June 6th through 12th! Check out latest episode in our player below, or subscribe to us on SoundCloud, where you can also find breaking news episodes! Are you sad about the Kiryu Coco retirement… Read More Doki Doki News: Coco Retires, Kenshin to Netflix, and Yoko Kanno Returns