Netflix’s new science fiction series is causing controversy among fans.

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Netflix’s new science fiction series is causing controversy among fans.

With the release of Netflix’s adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, the day has finally arrived for Netflix and anime fans.

The classic anime has been adapted into a Netflix live-action series, but it hasn’t received a warm welcome.

Instead, it appears that the series is leaving some fans cold and bored, while others are angry about the attempt.

Spike Spiegel, a bounty hunting “cowboy” who teams up with Jet Black on the Bebop, is played by John Cho.

They meet Faye Valentine and Radical Edward, as well as a corgi who is more important than he appears, over the course of the series.

Assemble your team.

Make an effort not to kill each other.

CowboyBebop is now available to watch on Netflix. pic.twitter.comIR5MgDMzT8

While there was a lot of buzz surrounding the series, and previous anime adaptations were still fresh in fans’ minds, the results appear to be lukewarm.

The series isn’t getting bad reviews, but it isn’t wowing anyone either.

With the original series debuting on the streamer at the same time, it doesn’t seem likely to be a success.

It could be an unjust start.

However, as BGR points out, some critics and fans alike have panned the adaptation as “Netflix bloat” that looks “worse than CW quality.” It’s also one of the few entries on Rotten Tomatoes with 50 percent and 53 percent approval ratings, respectively.

Finally, the outlet cites a review of Netflix’s offering from The Daily Beast.

“Unfortunately, the show’s only link to the source material is purely aesthetic.

It looks like the world, and it can sometimes feel like it, too, when the energy is high, bullets are flying, or new characters are introduced,” the review says.

“However, the new Cowboy Bebop is so inefficient and misguided as a whole that the idea that it could share the same DNA as the original is ridiculous.”

The original simply has a different weight class when it comes to stakes.”

Hopefully, when Netflix decides to adapt another anime series that they already stream, it won’t be as high-quality as this one.

Neon Genesis is just waiting for them to try it.

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