Cowboy Bebop is a classic, so we're sure you have an idea what it's about. But to refresh your memory, here's the recap! In 2071, the Earth is almost uninhabitable, forcing people to live among the stars. However, underworld activity is rising and the need for control is pivotal; this leads law enforcement to hire bounty hunters, also known as "cowboys," to chase down and bring in lawbreakers.
Spike is one such cowboy and he and his crew go on missions that tend to weave in the stories of their individual pasts.
Shinichi Izumi was a normal 17-year-old with a very quiet life before a Parasyte named Migi decided to latch onto him. As a Parasyte, they're typically supposed to enter a creature's brain and take them over; however, Migi has messed up and is now stuck in Shinichi's right hand.
Now stuck with each other despite being separate identities, the two must work together in order to survive a world now filled with infesting Parasytes.
Fuu has one goal: to find the Sunflower Samurai. After employing Mugen and Jin to accompany her, the trio goes on a journey filled with awesome fight scenes and very adult topics. Featuring a mix of historical Edo period facts with a bit of a modern style to it, it's a very enjoyable show to watch.
The art style is unique, the animation is great, and the story is compelling with a mix of humor and heartbreaking scenes.
With more of a noir feel to it, Bungo Stray Dogs is about detectives who take on cases involving special abilities. In this world, there are some humans with supernatural powers and some of them prefer to use these talents for bad. Naturally, the Armed Detective Agency is the special forces used to keep these lawbreakers at bay, using their own special abilities to take them down.
The main story revolves around each character and the way they solve cases using their powers.