Live Cowboy Bebop finally casts Edward the Radical

Radical Edward stands on her hands, wearing her glasses and loose white shirt.

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Cowboy Bebop Fans were waiting Direct adaptation to Netflix To reveal the fourth member of bebop crew (Okay, fifth if you count Ein the Data Dog). It took until today, today Cowboy Bebop It premiered on Netflix, so the operator could do so, but it was finally announced that newcomer Eden Perkins had chosen the role of ship hacker, Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivruski IV.

The NetflixGeeked Twitter account gave us the first little excerpt from the Perkins, which uses their/their pronouns, as Ed:

Although the clip is six seconds long, skip Perkins, the stage play is reminiscent of Ed from the anime, as is the outfit and extremely red hair. Also, while Ed is explicitly categorized as a female in the anime, she’s been portrayed as very gender-neutral, so it’s pretty cool that Netflix is ​​casting a gender-neutral actor in the role. There’s more to know, but first:

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We can confirm Ed will appear at the end of the final episode of Cowboy BebopWhich means that Netflix has likely commissioned a second season of the series. Whether that’s good news depends on your reaction to the series, which Charles William Moore said, “swings between modes so sharply, often multiple times in the same episode, that it always feels like just a few beats asynchronous with both its plot and Yoko Kano fine music. Having seen Ed’s scene, we can unfortunately confirm that they look very subtle because their looks are awkward and distracting, like John Cho’s Spike Spiegel and Mustafa Shaker Jet Black outfits. However, Perkins has Ed’s crazy personality and way of speaking perfectly, so that’s cool.

Also on the positive side, the epilogue is also “creating the potential for more promising installments in the future,” so there’s hope for the next season, no matter what it appears. At the moment, all of the live work Cowboy Bebop The original anime is currently streaming on Netflix.

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