Anime in the 90s is still unfamiliar territory for me (I, however, consumed excessive amounts of American/Canadian cartoons in the 90s) but I kept hearing that Cowboy Bebop was great and!! it did not disappoint!!!
a lot of u weren’t here during the height of my worldbuilding for The Demon’s Nest (tagged TDN if you wanna. go back)
each image has a small description about the character. some are pretty bare bones bc i really haven’t dove into many of these guys
i really want to explore adder and sybil rn, i’ve changed up adder’s look a lot and completely stripped her timeline to bare bones (not that it was much of anything in the first place). meanwhile i realized i don’t really have a personality for sybil, which is sad honestly bc i do love her
Andy: From now on, we will be using code names. You can address me as Eagle One. Ann, code name: Been There, Done That. April is Currently Doing That. Donna is It Happened Once In A Dream. Chris, code name: If I Had To Pick A Dude. Ben is Eagle Two.
Faye Valentine is literally the most tragic character of Cowboy Bebop. She’s stuck with the debts of a conman. She’s so bitter and discovers via an old Betamax tape that she was this optimistic starry eyed little girl who was so excited to grow up. She became this selfish angry jaded person but after seeing that tape she becomes obsessed with finding that place because she thinks if she does she’ll find her home her happiness and who she was. She’ll finally belong which is something she has been longing for since she woke up in the future. She finds this place and it’s been wiped off the planet. All of it is completely gone and she’s left with nothing. No answers. And to top it all off she loses the man she loves. Neither of them say I love you to each other but Faye all but expresses it in her and Spike’s final scene together. She couldn’t get the man she loves to stay. To let the past go and choose a future with her. She loves Spike. He’s the only man she’s ever truly loved and she loses him. She loses everything. And it’s so incredibly sad. I love Faye Valentine. She is one of the greatest female characters in the history of anime, and she makes me feel so much my heart just breaks for her.
She could barely focus on the road, the tears
blurred her vision as she drove away and left her best friend and now, ex
boyfriend, hugging a screaming Amora and kneeling on the cold concrete outside
the apartment they once shared.
Her heart beat out of her chest, she couldn’t
breathe, she couldn’t do ANYTHING, let alone console her screaming child in the