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I've read the opposite, that the upscaling on these is the best it's ever looked. I'm gonna guess colors on DVDs are better then kinda like a DBZ on DVD vs Blu ray situation.
I am going by my eyes. I saw the Bluray and was not happy with the quality and the filters they used. They seem to always remove detail and grain when they upscale.
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Isn't this directed by the same guy that did Samurai Champloo? How is compared to that anime?
Better. Champloo was good, Bebop is great.
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So I'm fully aware I'm going to be the minority here, but after hearing all the stellar praises about this series, I finally got around to watching it recently. I thought it was okay, but I definitely got bored with it. By the end, I really was just watching it to get through it, not because I was genuinely excited about it. I know it's blasphemy. For comparison, I've been watching One Punch Man and enjoying that more.
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By the end, I really was just watching it to get through it, not because I was genuinely excited about it. I know it's blasphemy. For comparison, I've been watching One Punch Man and enjoying that more.
To each his or her own, but while funny One Punch Man almost revels in how tedious and repetitive it is. Every episode or string of episodes you're left waiting for Saitama to show up and end it with one punch.
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To each his or her own, but while funny One Punch Man almost revels in how tedious and repetitive it is. Every episode or string of episodes you're left waiting for Saitama to show up and end it with one punch.
Yeah, well to be fair, I'm only a handful of episodes in so there's a good chance tedium may well set in before I'm finished with it haha.
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I've pretty much moved on from using physical discs to using only digital media, it's disappointing that most anime titles don't include a digital copy and many don't show up on streaming services. At least I get to be pleasantly surprised when a couple of movies like Your Name and Mirai do include it.
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So I'm fully aware I'm going to be the minority here, but after hearing all the stellar praises about this series, I finally got around to watching it recently. I thought it was okay, but I definitely got bored with it. By the end, I really was just watching it to get through it, not because I was genuinely excited about it. I know it's blasphemy. For comparison, I've been watching One Punch Man and enjoying that more.
One punch man second season was better than the first one in terms of story. The first season really felt repetitive at times, but is still alot of fun.

But Cowboy Bebop is something entirely a genre of its own. There is nothin in it that makes it super interesting when you are young. But go back to it again after few years and you will look at the series totally differently. This anime grows with you as you grow older and you appreciate each character more later on.
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I've pretty much moved on from using physical discs to using only digital media, it's disappointing that most anime titles don't include a digital copy and many don't show up on streaming services. At least I get to be pleasantly surprised when a couple of movies like Your Name and Mirai do include it.
I rip the discs and store em digitally. But I still buy physical discs for my fav anime. There is something of a value to a thing present in a physical form. Everything digital never gives you that feeling of owning.
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Isn't this directed by the same guy that did Samurai Champloo? How is compared to that anime?
Bebop was my first anime. Anime since then has been enjoyable, but also disappointing..
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Best part about this anime is it isn't very deep. It's actually very simple. Tired of watching animes that have all these weird deep cultural understones
I feel like its not shallow, just the cultural stuff fits for a western audience. Not the same old anime/shounen tropes of "save everyone, avoid violence, work together, work hard to get stronger" etc etc. I agree with everyone recommending this and Samurai Champloo, which I prefer dubbed as well. Spike's super low voice in japanese don't make no sense to me.
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Does this come with the stand alone movie? If not I recommend seeing it. Even my brother who has never watched bebop and doesnt like anime thinks the movie was good.
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Bebop is the best anime series I have ever seen and it ranks in my Top 10 series ever made for any medium. It's that good. If you haven't seen it, watch it immediately.
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I've pretty much moved on from using physical discs to using only digital media, it's disappointing that most anime titles don't include a digital copy and many don't show up on streaming services. At least I get to be pleasantly surprised when a couple of movies like Your Name and Mirai do include it.
Microsoft has this series for 5.99 a few days ago in digital form.
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Everything digital never gives you that feeling of owning.
Yeah. Cuz you literally don't own *anything*. You don't really "own" discs either, but they can't be taken from you by the rights-holder. I avoid buying any media with DRM unless it's unreasonably cheap and I wouldn't miss it if I lost it (once consumed).
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