The better anime: Samurai Champloo or Cowboy Bebop? Why?
picking one is like picking a favorite child
if anyone has a webm of this i'd like to have it
If you can't appreciate a true patrician's music taste and pick kids music over it, then you are definitely too young to be browsing this website.
I was going to say that's bullshit but I can't really remember that many Bebop episodes. The chess episode, the episode with that cowboy, episode where ed leaves, and the finale are the biggest ones in my mind. Other than that I can just remember scenes, but not really what episode they are from.
I would say Champloo anyway, but not for that reason
I don't think fans of music that play back-to-back with the likes of Miley Cyrus have any right to call themselves mature.
Maybe back in the early 90's before it got commercialized, but certainly not today.
the only good thing about champloo's ending is that song.
>both characters take near fatal wounds then recover 100%
>mugen somehow surviving close range explosive detonation
Both should have died imo or at least just Jin. Also Mugen's opponents felt really shoehorned in as just something for him to fight.
Ugh. I have to explain this every time.
Yes, the "mainstream" shit is mostly garbage but it's like that for any genre of music.
There is plenty of new Hip-Hop out there that is fantastic, thought provoking, complex, and whatever-the-fuck else you think it's missing. You just gotta find it.
Anybody who's a musichead knows that 99% of the time, no matter what the station, when you turn on the radio you're gonna hear shit.
But at the same time it's art, whether we like it or not, and it's all subjective. Nobody hears shit the same.
But this the ending, where consequences should actually rise to bite the characters. That even seemed to be the point since both characters pasts literally come back to haunt them.
>>both characters take near fatal wounds then recover 100%
Irked me a little, too. At least in Bebop there's the excuse of future medical care.
Mugen did actually die like three times in the series, though.
>comparing nujabes to mainstream rap
anon every genre seems superficial on the surface. As with any genre or medium, the majority of it is garbage so the good stuff gets overshadowed but it's there nonetheless
I prefer the plot and setting of Bebop but I like the characters and their interactions better in Champloo.
That guys actually pretty damn good with a sword.
Samurai Champloo inspired me to look up more of this Nujabes guy, only to find out he died in a car crash five years ago.
Darker Than Black Season 2 (the one that never happened)