Cowboy Bebop fans have been waiting Netflix live streaming revealing the fourth member of Bebo staff (well, fifth if you read Ein the Data Dog). It took to this day, the day Cowboy Bebop starting on Netflix, to streamer to do so, but finally announced the new Eden Perkins has been nabbed the role of the ship’s destroyer, Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV.
The NetflixGeeked Twitter account provided us with the first small photo of Perkins, who uses their town, as Editor:
Although the film is six seconds long, Perkins’ jump, the game’s movement reminisce about Ed from the anime, as well as the costume and the red hair. Also, even though Ed is explicitly referred to as a female in the anime, he is portrayed as very impartial, so it is interesting that Netflix created a neutral player between men and women. There is more to learn, but first:
We can confirm that Ed appears at the end of the last section of Cowboy Bebop, which means Netflix can bid for the second season of the series. Whether or not this is a good news depends on how you deal with the series, which Charles Pulliam-Moore also said, “fluctuates between races in large numbers, and often at the same time, it seems like it just keeps hitting a bit. He doesn’t agree with his plot and Yoko Kanno’s sumptuous soundtrack. ” Looking at Ed’s experience, unfortunately we can confirm that they look the right anime — their style is complex and confusing, like John Cho’s Spike Spiegel and Mustafa Shakir’s Jet Black costumes. However, Perkins has an Ed personality and a good sense of humor, so it is good.
And the good news is, the latter “re-established the possibility of a gradual expansion,” so there is hope for the next season, wherever it may appear. In the meantime, all living-events Cowboy Bebop and the first anime streaming on Netflix.
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