Cowboy Bebop, The Complete Series

Cowboy Bebop, The Complete Series

Cowboy Bebop

  • Genre: Animation
  • Release Date: 2014-12-16
  • Advisory Rating: TV-14
  • Episodes: 26

Description

Explore the far reaches of the galaxy in this undeniably hip series that inspired a generation – and redefined anime as an indisputable art form. The Bebop crew is just trying to make a buck. This motley lot of intergalactic loners teams up to track down fugitives and turn them in for cold hard cash. Join Spike, Jet, Fay, Ed, and Ein as they make their way in the year 2071.

Episodes

Title Time Speed
1 Session #1: Asteroid Blues 24:55 48,997 KB/Sec Download
2 Session #2: Stray Dog Strut 22:28 27,781 KB/Sec Download
3 Session #3: Honky Tonk Women 24:53 20,613 KB/Sec Download
4 Session #4: Gateway Shuffle 24:52 33,951 KB/Sec Download
5 Session #5: Ballad of Fallen Angels 24:14 37,800 KB/Sec Download
6 Session #6: Sympathy for the Devil 24:52 20,883 KB/Sec Download
7 Session #7: Heavy Metal Queen 24:52 34,472 KB/Sec Download
8 Session #8: Waltz for Venus 24:46 32,593 KB/Sec Download
9 Session #9: Jamming With Edward 24:45 32,795 KB/Sec Download
10 Session #10: Ganymede Elegy 24:53 45,131 KB/Sec Download
11 Session #11: Toys in the Attic 24:55 24,151 KB/Sec Download
12 Session #12: Jupiter Jazz, Pt. 1 24:52 31,926 KB/Sec Download
13 Session #13: Jupiter Jazz, Pt. 2 24:53 34,227 KB/Sec Download
14 Session #14: Bohemian Rhapsody 24:52 34,164 KB/Sec Download
15 Session #15: My Funny Valentine 24:55 49,877 KB/Sec Download
16 Session #16: Black Dog Serenade 24:55 30,884 KB/Sec Download
17 Session #17: Mushroom Samba 24:34 46,600 KB/Sec Download
18 Session #18: Speak Like a Child 24:52 39,887 KB/Sec Download
19 Session #19: Wild Horses 24:40 23,145 KB/Sec Download
20 Session #20: Pierrot Le Fou 24:50 45,713 KB/Sec Download
21 Session #21: Boogie Woogie Feng Shui 24:52 45,855 KB/Sec Download
22 Session #22: Cowboy Funk 24:52 37,374 KB/Sec Download
23 Session #23: Brain Scratch 24:50 27,954 KB/Sec Download
24 Session #24: Hard Luck Woman 24:50 46,687 KB/Sec Download
25 Session #25: The Real Folk Blues, Pt. 1 24:53 42,710 KB/Sec Download
26 Session #26: The Real Folk Blues, Pt. 2 24:21 41,878 KB/Sec Download

Trailer

Reviews

  • $4.99 Itunes Please [Updated]

    5
    By Dominick Washington
    man if y’all can just put this at a discounted price please, spending $54 on 26 episodes is just stupid. Got that joint for $4.99, best iTunes purchase of all time. well other then season 1-2 of Atlanta for $4.99
  • See ya space cowboy.

    5
    By Choose Goose
    Good show. The dub is fine, not sure why people can’t read before paying for something, especially when the show is frequently just $5.
  • Bang

    5
    By Cali dude in Japan
    It’s all a dream
  • DUBBED, NOT SUBBED! ☹️

    1
    By Rubidium
    Really happy to snag this for $5, but there is a caveat—none of the episodes contain the original Japanese language track. Can I get a refund?
  • B be

    5
    By to master your
    To iOS
  • SUBTITLES IN ALL CAPS ...

    1
    By holgaard62
    ... ARE ANNOYING AND HARD TO READ.
  • $5 for complete series sale!

    5
    By Benvillars
    Thats why i put items on my wishlist, from $30 to $5... just had to wait a year for a sale lol
  • See You Space Cowboy

    4
    By Papyrus161
    My all time favorite anime series! I just purchased this and was instantly filled with nostalgia. I would of given a five star rating but -1 for the videos not being formatted..otherwise I’m content with everything else.
  • Price too high. Go buy the Bluray instead; it's half the price.

    3
    By JacobKitts
    $54 for 26 episodes is unreasonable. The Bluray can be bought for $21, with bonus content. So why would I spend so much for the iTunes version? Especially when normal TV seasons with the same amount of episodes average between 15 to 25 dollars on iTunes? Where's the consistency? Is the price inflated because there was only one season, so you guys count it as "The Complete Series" to inflate the price tag?
  • Classic

    5
    By grape_ape_grape_ape
    Cowboy Beebop manages to be intelligent, poignant, exciting, and even kind of goofy at times across its 26 episodes that include both self contained scenarios as well as an overarching storyline that’s presented wonderfully, and as such the series rightfully sits as a masterwork in the world of anime.

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