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Seeing Through Cowboy Bebop’s Style

I really love Cowboy Bebop and I watched this series on Toonami, back in the day. It was not only a great Sci-Fi series, but a great adventure story as well. It had the right combination of great storytelling and excellent voice work.

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Cowboy Bebop is one of the most well-known anime series out there, and it’s the first anime series I watched in full. Initially, I was drawn to it just because it was science fiction. But I quickly fell for all the other elements that make it unique and memorable — things like the well-developed characters, sense of style, and incredible music.


The show is about a group of bounty hunters who drift through space on a ship called the Bebop, usually without much food except ramen noodles, waiting for their next big target who can help them rake in some woolongs. It seems things never go quite right, and they certainly never get rich. But that’s okay, because the characters are still cool. Money isn’t everything; attitude is. Somehow, Cowboy Bebop manages to showcase characters who are kickass but flawed; they don’t lose their edge as you get to know…

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Today is the official release of WARBOUND

Check out all of the Grim Noir series!! Great story and really compelling characters! I just bought the audible version to listen to with my husband. I plan is to do a review of the entire series once we have finished listening to WarBound!

If You’re Seeing This Post, Then Redshirts Has Won the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel

Great Way to dedicate an award acceptance!


In which case: Whoo-hoo!

(I wrote this up so that when the award was announced, if Redshirts won I would be able to press a button and have it post, because I am otherwise occupied at the American Library Association conference this weekend. If it doesn’t win, of course, then none of you will ever see this, and I will delete it at some point. I recognize this explanation is a little meta. But then, so is Redshirts.)

The other finalists for the award were Iain M. Banks’ The Hydrogen Sonata; Lois McMaster Boujold’s Captain Vorpatril’s Alliance; James S.A. Corey’s Caliban’s War and Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2312. This is a very fine field of finalists, any of whom would of course have been an excellent winner. I was thrilled to share a slate with all of them.

As I was unable to be at the Locus Award Weekend…

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