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List of Cowboy Bebop Characters:
- Spike Spiegel
- Jet Black
- Faye Valentine
- Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivrusky IV
- Grencia Mars Elijah Guo Eckener
- Punch and Judy
- The Three Old Men
- Rocco Bonnaro
- Laughing Bull
- Red Dragon Crime Syndicate
Spike is a bounty hunter from Mars. He was born on 26th June and is 27 years old. His blood type is O. His favorite ship is his speedster, the Swordfish II. His preferred gun is a Jericho 941. He is devotee of Bruce Lee, and a master of Jeet Kune Do. In his youth, he was heavily involved with the Red Dragon crime syndicate, until three years ago, when he met with a serious â€œaccidentâ€? under suspicious circumstances. Now he lives aboard the Bebop with Jet, and the two are permanently low on funds. He rarely talks about his past, but seems to have plenty of experience at martial arts and gunfights. He has the ability to see risks ahead, but this doesnâ€™t stop him putting himself in danger: he often faces unnecessary hazards. It would seem that his recklessness comes not from overconfidence in his abilities, but from a lapsed sense of self-preservation. He lacks fear because he has nothing left to lose. Spike Spiegel is the one of the main characters of Cowboy Bebop.
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Jet Black is a bounty hunter from the Jovian satellite Ganymede. He was born on 3rd December and is 36 years old. His blood type is A. His favorite space ship is the converted tug Hammer Head. His preferred gun is Walther P99. He worked as a police officer at ISSP (Inter Solar System Police) on Ganymede, where he gained the nickname â€œBlack Dog.â€? He left the force in the aftermath of an almost-fatal accident. His injuries were so severe that he required cybernetic enhancement, including an artificial arm (a strange choice for 2071, since medical techniques could easily grow him an organic replacement). Now he works as a bounty hunter, drawing on the network of contacts he first established in the ISSP. His hobbies include bonsai, space horse-races, reading and cookery: his specialty is Fried Beef and Green Peppersâ€¦ just without the beef. He created the Bebop by redecorating a second-hand trawler. If he marries, he would make a great househusband, but he never seems to have much luck with women. Jet Black is the one of the main characters of Cowboy Bebop. back to top <
A former fugitive from bounty-hunters, Faye has now switched sides. Her apparent age is 23, though she is actually in her seventies. Her birthday is 14th August, and her blood type is B. Her favorite space craft is the Redtail. Her preferred gun is a Glock 30. She is in heavy debt, thanks to compulsive gambling and the prohibitive medical bills from Cold Sleep. Perhaps because of this, her obsession with money is greater than either Spikeâ€™s or Jetâ€™s. When she first encountered Spike and Jet, she claimed to be a Romany, though this was patently untrue. In fact, she lost her memory in Cold Sleep, and remembers nothing of her life before she was frozen. Her missing past troubles her almost as much as its expensive consequences â€“ her amnesia only aggravates a temper that is already short. Her quest to discover who she really is one of the central themes of the series. Faye Valentine is the one of the main characters of Cowboy Bebop.back to top <
She is a genius hacker who once went by the name Radical Edward. Her full name is Edward Wong Hau Pepelu Tivrusky. She was born on Earth, on 1st January, and claims to be 13 years old. Her blood type is AB, and she is often mistaken for a boy. She uses a custom computer that she built herself, which she calls Tomato. She heard about Spike and company on the Internet, and invited herself to join the crew of the Bebop. She has a feral quality that shows in her gangling walk and flapping arms â€“ perhaps this is why she gets on so well with Ein. Ein looks like a normal male Welsh corgi, and joined the Bebop crew before Faye and Ed. He is really a data-dog, developed by a research organisation. To the right buyer, a dog of Einâ€™s abilities would command an astronomical price. Between them â€“ a dog with human intelligence and a girl with animal instinct â€“ they make a perfect team. Edward is the one of the main characters of Cowboy Bebop.back to top <
Ein is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi brought aboard the Bebop by Spike after a failed attempt to capture a bounty. Ein is a "data dog": while the televised series only briefly hints on the fact that this means Ein's brain was somehow enhanced drastically, the manga shows Ed accessing data stored in Ein's brain via a virtual reality-type interface with which she has a conversation with a human proprietor. It is obvious that Ein is abnormally intelligent, as he is able to answer the telephone, drive a car (just the wheel), use the SSW, play shogi, and generally perform tasks that an average canine should not be able to do, but he never talks in a human language during the show. Ein's abnormal intelligence is made obvious in Session 23: "Brain Scratch" when the "Brain Dream" gaming device is placed on Ein's head. Ein quickly navigates the system and hacks the network. He speaks in Session 18 "Speak Like A Child" after the credits Ein tells Spike "Next Episode: Wild Horses". He is able to "speak" to other species, as demonstrated in Session 17, "Mushroom Samba" (he spoke to a cow with a subtitled bark of "Thanks", to which the cow has a subtitled moo back of "Oh, it's no problem"). It is likely that Ed is the only crew member with any idea of Ein's capabilities, as the other crew members are quick to dismiss Ein, and never seem to acknowledge him as more than a pet. Ein initially takes a shine to Jet, but when Ed joins the crew, he comes around to her as well. Frequently the two trade roles, with Ein expressing very human sentiments via facial expression and Ed regressing to a feral state. He went with Ed after she left the crew, probably because of his attachment to her. His name is a pun on the Japanese word for "dog" (犬 inu) but most likely is derived from "Einstein", after Albert Einstein, because of the extraordinary intelligence he possesses.back to top <
Vicious is a leading figure in the Red Dragon crime syndicate. He is 27 years old, but of unknown origin. One of the secrets of his success is his trademark katana â€“ the Japanese sword he refuses to give up, not even when he was posted to the Titan front in the military. He loves edged weapons, and has used them to slice his way to the top. He and Spike fell out over a woman called Julia, and he is still out for revenge â€“ he is believed to have had some involvement in the â€œaccidentâ€? that befell Spike three years ago. He is a hard-line criminal, sickened by the syndicateâ€™s moderate approach and the recent move into legal, commercial areas â€“ Mao Yenrai, leader of the moderates, already fell prey to Vicious in episode five. Ultimately, it is obvious that Vicious will make a bid for power, fighting the leaders of his own syndicate. Cruel and cold-hearted, he trusts nobody and uses everyone â€“ is the black bird on his shoulder his only friend?back to top <
Her estimated age is 27. We only know two things about her: that she helped Spike after his accident three years ago, and that a year later, she was seen on Callisto. Believed to be an old flame of Spike s, she appears to be on the run from other members of the syndicate; she was seen hiding from Vicious, and getting information from Spike s Red Dragon associate Shin (Lina s brother, see episodes 12 and 13). However, it becomes clear she cannot escape her destiny, and she finally makes her move in the penultimate episode. What happened between Julia, Spike and Vicious all those years ago.back to top <
Gren was once a soldier for the war on Titan, and appears in the two-part episodes of "Jupiter Jazz". On Titan he fought beside Vicious, who he admired and found encouragement in, during the war. After the war, Gren came back hoping to be a jazz musician, but that plan was cut short when he was arrested on the pretense of being a spy. In prison, Gren heard that Vicious testified against him; this and the isolation drove him mad. The prison used prisoners for drug experiments, and he was forced to become a test subject. In some translations, he suffered from insomnia while in prison and started using drugs to try and deal with it. In either case, the drugs severely imbalanced his hormones, and caused him to develop a feminine figure, including breasts.
Finally, after his body had been transformed and his sanity shattered, he managed to escape from prison. After his escape from jail, Gren worked as a saxophone player at Rester House, a bar in a sector called "The Blue Crow", which is located on one of Jupiter's moons, Callisto. He met Julia there and found out from her how Vicious betrayed him. Two years later, Faye met Gren. In an act of kindness, Gren 'rescued' Faye from a fight she caused and allowed her to come to his apartment. While Faye was there, Vicious called, alarming her and raising suspicions about the musician. Intruding on him while showering, Faye discovered Gren's secret. Gren explained how he became what he was, and told her that he was going to see if Vicious really framed him. When Faye said he'd be killed in the process, he replied that death did not frighten him, and that he would not live longer anyway.
Disguising himself as a woman, Gren met the Syndicate member, along with Lin, who went to protect Vicious. Exchanging Red Eye for Titan Opal, Gren suspected a trap. He shot it open, setting off the explosive, and then revealed who he was, finally confronting Vicious about what happened when he returned from Titan. In the ensuing battle, Lin died to protect Vicious. Meanwhile, Spike arrived and began to attack Vicious as he fled. Gren had planted the music box in the bag of Red Eye, rigged with an explosive, which damaged Vicious' ship. However, in the 3-way dogfight with Vicious and Spike, Gren's ship was severely damaged, forcing him to land. Spike, wanting to find out more about Julia, landed next to Gren's crashed ship to find Gren lying in the snow, badly wounded. Rushing to Gren's side, Spike asks Gren about Julia. Gren guesses who Spike is by his eyes; "Julia was always talking about you; your eyes are different colors. I remember her saying that." Gren refuses Spike's offer of assistance, knowing that he is dying, and instead requests that Spike help him back into his ship, allowing him to die on a final voyage to Titan.back to top <
Punch and Judy are the characters of the TV show Big Shot. The show provides information on various bounty heads, but is often unreliable. The Bebop crew often has the show playing in the background, but seldom pays close attention (they usually get their information from close contacts). Punch and Judy play the "cowboy" persona in a characteristic, "over the top" fashion. Punch adopts a mid-western drawl mixed with a Mexican accent (both faked), and uses random old-West sayings. Judy plays the stereotypical dumb blonde, and always appears in an open bolero jacket with nothing underneath, frequently wiggling her hips with excitement. Big Shot gets canceled towards the end of the series, and Punch (lacking accent and costume) makes a brief cameo revealing his and Judy's fates: He moves to Mars to take care of his mother and Judy is engaged to marry her agent. His real name is Alfredo. In the last episode of Big Shot, it appears that Judy was not informed of the show's cancellation and shoved Punch out of the way as she said into the camera that "[The station] will hear from [her] agent about this!"
The character names and the loose concept of Big Shot are most likely a tongue-in-cheek reference to the British style of puppet-show also known as Punch and Judy.back to top <
Throughout the series and the movie, three rude, foul-mouthed, crotchety old men make frequent appearances, as speaking characters, or in the background during scenes. They make various claims about what they did before becoming old-timers, including bounty hunting, building the stargates, farming, piloting planes in a war, sinking the Bismarck, digging ditches, and crop-dusting, all of which is almost always followed with the rest claiming they were part of that project as well. They seem on speaking terms with many supporting characters, and though they run into the main characters often there is not much attention paid to them (or even mention that the main characters have seen them before). They also did the voice-overs for the preview of the episode "Mushroom Samba". According to the movie credits, they are called Antonio, Carlos, and Jobim (a reference to the Brazilian musician Antonio Carlos Jobim). In the feature film, they aid Jet and Faye distribute the antidote for a deadly, hallucinogenic nanovirus by flying 20th-century era antique planes over Alba City. The three old men are actually bounty hunters themselves, as revealed in the Cowboy Bebop Silver Anniversary disc.back to top <
Lin was a young and very loyal member of the Red Dragon Crime Syndicate who was asked by Wang Long to accompany Vicious on a drug deal to the moon Callisto. His role in the series is fairly minor. When Spike Spiegel confronted Vicious in a back allwyway at night, it was Lin who stepped in between Spike and Vicious and then shooting Spike with a tranquilizer bullet. It is stated that Lin used to work under Spike, but since Spike left the Red Dragons, it is apparent that he now works under Vicious.
Lin accompanied Vicious to the Red Eye deal atop a roof where they encountered Gren, dressed as a woman. When the fighting between the two sour comerades started, Lin threw himself in front of a bullet meant for Vicious. Lin falls to the ground, dead, as Vicious says, "There is nothing in this world to believe in." Lin dies then, but is mentioned in the series finale, "The Real Folk Blues Part I" when his brother, Shin shows up.back to top <
Rocco Bonnaro is a member of Piccaro Calvino's gang. He is involved in organized crime in order to support his blind younger sister, Stella, and does everything he can to help her regain her sight. Rocco sees Spike effortlessly take out several hijackers on a spaceliner and begs Spike to teach him how to fight. He befriends Spike although he does not tell him about the bounty on his head. Everything goes awry when Rocco gives Spike a package to hold onto, which contains a plant called "Grey Ash" that he stole from Calvino. This plant, worth millions upon millions of woolongs, is capable of curing "Venus Sickness", the disease which has blinded Stella. Rocco has a rendezvous with Spike and they fight against Calvino's gang. Rocco manages to pull off one of Spike's Jeet Kune Do maneuvers and topples one of the gangsters, but, in the chaos, Rocco is gunned down. He asks Spike if they would have been friends if they had met sooner, and dies. Later, Spike pays his respects and visits Stella, although she can feel that Rocco has died. Before he leaves, Stella asks Spike about the type of person her brother really was. Spike responded "You knew him best without looking. He was a really great guy.Rocco Bonaro is the one of the main characters of Cowboy Bebop."back to top <
A kind old shaman, apparently of Native American descent. Laughing Bull lives on Mars, and figures prominently in a number of Cowboy Bebop sessions. Spike goes to Laughing Bull for advice in Session 1 while looking for bounty head Asimov; in "The Real Folk Blues, Part 2", Jet goes to him for information on Spike's whereabouts. Laughing Bull also succors Spike after his fight with Vincent in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie. Laughing Bull has a son, to whom he occasionally imparts his wisdom.
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"Bob" is an ISSP policeman based on Ganymede to whom Jet frequently goes to for inside information when looking for bounty heads. Throughout the series, and especially in the film, Bob provides (sometimes reluctantly) crucial information.back to top <
The owner of a convenience store on Mars, and an old friend of Spike, Julia, and Mao Yenrai. Her name is short for "Anastasia", although she allows only two certain people (presumably Mao and her late husband) to address her as such. First introduced in Ballad of Fallen Angels Annie is shown to be a keen informant and in general a very sharp lady, catching two juveniles trying to steal adult magazines from her news rack while seemingly not paying attention to them. Annie informs Spike of Mao's assassination by Vicious. She also carries a variety of small arms and supplies Spike with a Beretta pistol and a large carton of ammunition. She also chides Spike for seeking to avenge his mentor (by picking a fight with Vicious) and calls him a stubborn show off. Annie is fatally wounded in the stomach prior to Spike and Julia's arrival in the two-part conclusion, "The Real Folk Blues". She dies soon after their arrival.back to top <
Not too much is known about the crime syndicate. It is led by a group of mysterious elderly men who are called The Van. The syndicate specializes mostly in assassinations, but are also involved in the trafficking of narcotics, Red Eye in particular. The rules of the syndicate states that members who attempt to leave, or fail to complete tasks, are punished by death. Mao Yenrai served as a captain or Capo to the Elders and was a mentor to both Vicious and Spike. He is most likely the one who brought them into the Syndicate (since entering into a major criminal organization usually requires sponsorship from a higher ranked member). Annie, Julia, and Spike, were once high-ranking members of the syndicate alongside with Vicious, but chose to leave. Those who remained are Vicious, Lin, and Shin. Vicious, feeling betrayed by his former partner/best friend, has two major desires: to kill Spike and like his nemesis, reunite with Julia, as well as take over the syndicate.back to the characters of Cowboy Bebop.