Cowboy Bebop (1998–1999)
it's based off of the anime series.
Live-action short based on characters from the anime series
In the beginning of the film, Lin enters the boiler room and exclaims, "Chow time!" before she hands over the food. This is a direct reference by Miyazaki to Edward's line "Chow time!" in Cowboy Bebop before she eats.
When Boo knocks over a stack of Mike and Sulley's DVDs at the apartment, a case of Volume 1 of Cowboy Bebop can be seen on the floor.
Scenes pay homage to the series.
Characters are shown.
Says "See You Next Time" at the end of the game in the same font as "See You Space Cowboy", which appears at the end of most Cowboy Bebop episodes.
The life is just a dream thing is mentioned.
Johnny's blue suit is a reference to Spike Spiegel in Cowboy Bebop.
Johnson has stated that he used the series as a visual, stylistic influence.
Faye Valentine mentioned
The opening title sequence of Archer is an homage to Cowboy Bebop's classic opening sequence.
among anime Sage enjoys
"It's not widely known as Cowboy Bebop or Akira..."
"And Edward from Cowboy Bebop."
JesuOtaku becomes Edward
One of the con attendees is cosplayed as Spike
Critic mentions JesuOtaku some how transformed into Ed from this series.
mentioned among popular mainstream anime
To be reviewed next time
The song Memory from Cowboy Bebop is used in the credits.
Discussed in the film
Sage balks at the notion of a live-action Cowboy Bebop movie
The critic compares Jay Mohr's character's suit to Spike Spiegel's from this anime.
"Maybe somebody's not a fan of his voice work on Cowboy Bebop."
Katie refers to Orange as "Cowboy Bebop" in one scene
One of the characters in the book pilots a replica of the Bebop
Talked about, clips used.
The dog is a runner-up
series is reviewed
Characters are spoofed by having sex.
JesuOtaku transforms into Edward.