Cowboy Bebop Volume 3 (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/8/20
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From one of the most popular anime series of all time comes a manga to match. Spinning off from the anime story line seen on Cartoon Network, the manga series hooks readers with the same combination of Sci Fi action, crazy comedy, and a twist of old-school hipster cool. This black-and-white miniseries, released in the 100% Authentic Manga format, is perfect for fans of the Cowboy Bebop anime.
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This is the third and the last of the Bebop manga (I already know about Cain Kuga's two volumed "Shooting Stars") by Yutaka Nanten. I love reading this one the most for some odd reason, but sadly it includes 2 stories. I was really expecting four or five chapters like on the first two volumes. Instead there are only two long chapters. But at least both chapters proved to be impressive, nonetheless. The art on each page is beautifully drawn (even if they don't look too identical to their anime counterparts) and the storylines on each chapter are pretty amazing. Normally I would tell you guys about the stories, but when it comes to reviewing books, I can't spoil any surprises, so you're on your own.
So in the end, Volume 3 is a good book to pick up and read over and over again, but it would've been nice if they had more chapters in it. That way it would last longer. But it was a good thing that each chapter is long. Anyway, starting your collection on the Cowboy Bebop graphic novels is not hard. Three volumes on the first novels by Yutaka Nanten and two volumes on Cain Kuga's "Shooting Stars". If you want a manga that would keep you entertained for hours, look no further than the Cowboy Bebop graphic novels.
There were only 2 stories within, but they were both kinda long so I guess that's OK. But my real complaint is that if this is the '3rd and last' book of Cowboy Bebop, then why doesnt it have a proper ending? That kinda annoys me...oh well.
Now on to the good points. Although the second story 'Fight for your RIght' didnt interest me that much, the first, 'What's your number', was so beautiful it touched me in a way I never felt again until reading book 4 of Chobits when Manager Ueda tells his story about his persocom.
This sweet little story is about Ed being reunited with 'Tomato', (and you thought that was just her COMPUTER'S name, huh?) and all the trouble they go through to outsmart a government conspiracy to block the earth from the net using a virus that they created themselves 3 years ago.
I just wish that happened in the anime...