Did he die in the end?
i hate these fucking open to interpretation bullshit endings. JUST FUCKING TELL ME GODDAMNIT
No. They're objectively lazy writing.
>JUST FUCKING TELL ME GODDAMNIT SO I DONT HAVE TO THINK FOR MYSELF
many such cases
We all die in the end anon
It was just a dream
he went ssj3 and shot a kai blast in to the air
Yes, they showed him this
I don't know if anything has ever made me physically cringe like that shot of Ed just screaming into a fisheye lense. I'm not exaggerating when I say I physically recoiled at the sight upon first seeing it, and even now I feel compelled to quickly scroll past it whenever a screenshot is posted.
He's dead in episode one and the series is the retelling up to that point.
no but he was murdered in the netflix adaptation
Absolutely. It wasn't ambiguous.
>finish the series
>don't watch the movie so that it never "ends" for me
They're still having adventures somewhere out there, cowboybros...
>Dad wants to watch the shitty reboot
>Stop him and tell him let's watch the anime
>He's a bit reluctant but goes along with it
>Finds it funny that they use real ass jazz
>Likes the show
>Get the final episode
>"Hey when's Ed coming back?"
>"She's not coming back, this is the last episode"
He never did watch the reboot
If anything the movie better fills that idea since it's more an episode of their adventures. The series feels a lot more definitive than the movie does.
The events in the movie take place prior to the end of the series, so you may as well watch it.
It's never going to continue so let's say yes. If they wanted to do a sequel, he was just sleeping.
Why aren't they making shows like these anymore?
>little to no cringe anime shit (you know what I am talking about)
because modern anime fans just love isekai and moe blob shit so there isn't as much of a market for good shows.
That was most anime around the 80s and 90s, there were some in the 2000s but that's when things start getting really cliche and formulaic.
I just think there still must be an audience that wants some quality. Something actually good.
Even nowadays, you can't tell me that people wouldn't watch a show.
There is, but as always, people would rather wait for someone to do it for them instead of doing it themselves. In any case, modern anime fans have no taste, they just want their typical overly dramatic voice acting, some soulless classical background music, and a big titted female character who beats the MC near to death because he accidentally grazed her tits; Oh, and very bright colors with almost no shades of black or grey.
Quality doesn't exist anymore in nipponland, because all the old farts who worked on the REAL animu are either dead or retired. Those people had actual lifes, fought in a war, were outdoors, experienced some shit, which inspired their art and storytelling. What do you have today? Fucking Millenial and Zoomer Japs who stay at home all day long becoming either hentai drawing Otakus or workslaves who work themselves to literal death for no other reason than some tradition / honor bullshit. They can't even find the time anymore to procreate. Japan is utterly fucked and modern animu represents exactly that. There is no originality, no second thoughts in the script, everything has to be overexplained in scenes to a retard audience so dumb azns and weaboos can call it deep for having so many monologues and they cut costs everywhere. Animu was a mistake, fuck you.
to no cringe anime shit (you know what I am talking about)
yes I do. *brofist*
It always comes back to money. There's so many new methods these days that are 10x cheaper and faster, so it doesn't make sense to make old-style anime anymore, unless a studio specifically cares about SOUL (which no one does anymore, sadly).
I am not one of those people who say "old good, new BAD" but let's face it: This newer trend of heavily using CGI in anime makes the end product look like shit. Noone can tell me an animator looks at it and thinks "that's decent". It's just made to cut corners, and they cut them good.
Compositing itself is not bad, and has produced some amazing stuff when a team and director want to actually try.
It's just more often, a lot of anime (like any tv) is by-the-numbers, and just made for quotas and time-slot fillers. So people don't want to explore and dig for good stuff. They only want to confirmation bias "new bad", and expect the mainstream to just burst with amazing things, when that's never been the case. Because in any so called "Golden Age", there's always been more trash people conveniently forget about.
And while I do wish Cell Animation would make a return, it couldn't, and shouldn't be the only thing, forever.
because otaku and weebs have brain damage and they're the main audience
Decent for a 1990s anime sure
Half of it was good, the other half is awful
>little to no cringe anime shit
Ed is the biggest load of "anime bullshit" in the medium. Atrocious character and i nearly stopped watching because of her.
It's too hit and miss to be a classic. Watanabe's other shows like Champloo and Kids on the Slope are far superior, much more consistent, contain absolutely NO anime bullshit, and even have better soundtracks.
>That was most anime around the 80s and 90s,
Untrue. Shounen was rife in the 80s and 90s and it was all bloody terrible.
I really enjoyed Space Dandy, especially the various serious episodes.
I wish Cowboy Bebop spiritual successors were more common.
Space Dandy wasn't watanabe. It was directed by Shingo Natsume
What other animus are this good?
Mushishi and Detroit Metal City are better.
lol this mofo again
>Decent for a 1990s anime sure
best decade in terms of animation
>Half of it was good, the other half is awful
it was about 100x better than your average anime OST. downside is lack of originality because yoko sure does like to steal tracks
fuckin' nujabes and ruroni kenshin bullshit with a plot that simply doesn't matter. glasses is your typical I AM THE EDGE IAM THE BLADE then there's spike ripoff also voiced by steve blum and then there's cutesy girl WHO MUST FIND THE FLOWER SAMURAI or something 'cause it's her dad or something
>Kids on the Slope
haven't seen but i've heard the whole OST and it's sleepy lounge stuff with some big band stuff... doesn't go outside the CB OST at all
>contain absolutely NO anime bullshit
lol champloo fans get in here i know there are 100 examples
>Space Dandy wasn't watanabe.
It was co-directed. watanbe did storyboards and scripting as well
>Look there is a Mushi doing bad shit
>Mostly solves the problem
>Sometimes he can't solve the problem with tragic results!
>rinse and repeat
They are, it's currently airing
I am not the same age as Spike but I am not a cool space cowboy but a balding neet virgin who collects funko pops, what went wrong?
I always read it like it doesn't matter.
Bounty hunter Spike is dead. He might survive if all the gang members decide to make him their new king and call an ambulance or whatever, but the show's Spike is no longer here.
But then the internet had a massive
>NOOOO HES CERTAINLY DEAD FUCK YOU HES DEAD
meltdown, so whatever. Guess he's dead dead.
I remember being excited for a moment when a bunch of Bebop's team gathered together for a new project.
But then I learned it's for a school music drama and just gave up on anime altogether.
Is it a question? It's pretty clear he did "bang" and then fell down on the stairs and died while bleeding out from multiple gunshot wounds. I don't know where the confusion is.
Samurai Champloo was not as good but still great
ping pong the animation
yes he got what he wanted
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