The last couple of days has brought news of two anime classics, both of which could be classed as sci-fi westerns, transitioning to the UK’s streaming anime market.
First of all, Cowboy Bebop (dubbed) has been made available to buy in HD on Amazon, iTunes and Microsoft, priced at £24.99 for the full series. Secondly, Trigun has been added to Netflix’s library of anime.
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