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Vincent Volaju from Cowboy Bebop

Vincent Volaju (voiced by Tsutomu Isobe in Japanese and Darran Norris in English) is the main antagonist of the Cowboy Bebop movie Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.  A former soldier in the Mars army and veteran of the Titan War, Vincent and his comrades were exposed to experimental nano-technology during the war.  As a result of surviving the experimentation, Vincent does not remember his relationship with Elektra Ovirowa.  Vincent crosses paths with Spike Spiegel and the rest of the Bebop crew after the terrorist attack on Alba City, which he orchestrated.

Vicious from Cowboy Bebop

A member of the Red Dragon Crime Syndicate and nemesis of Spike Spiegel, Vicious is the main antagonist on the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop. He is a traditional villain: heartless, cruel and violent. He and Spike began as partners in the Syndicate, but when Spike began an affair with Vicious’ girlfriend Julia the two became bitter and life-long enemies. Vicious dresses all in black with a giant black bird on his shoulder and chin-length grey hair.

Elektra Ovirowa

In the movie Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, Elektra Ovirowa previously served in the Mars Army Special Forces in the War on Titan. During the war she started a romance with Vincent, the antagonist of the entire Cowboy Bebop series and movie. Eventually joining forces with Spike Spiegel and the rest of the Bebop crew, she works with them to stop Vincent from eradicating the entire population of Mars. She is a tough, independent, serious woman who wears a black outfit with a red leather jacket.

Julia from Cowboy Bebop

Julia is a member of the Red Dragon Crime Syndicate and the beautiful blonde lover of fellow members Vicious and Spike Spiegel on the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop. Originally with Vicious, she starts an affair with Spike that causes Vicious to spiral into a violent rage, resulting in Julia abandoning Spike for his own safety. They meet later in the series in a whirlwind of events that culminates in the series finale. Her outfit is simple: a black latex leotard and luscious blonde hair with a pistol and sunglasses.

Jet Black

A former member of the Inter Solar System Police (ISSP), Jet Black is the captain of the converted interstellar fishing trawler Bebop on the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop. He commands a crew of bounty hunters, acting as pilot, father-figure, the muscle and motivator. He is a big, burly man with a warm heart and a protective nature, especially towards his ramshackle crew. As a gifted mechanic he wears coveralls with ripped sleeves and sports a bionic arm and distinctive facial hair. For the boots, cut off the bottom of some high grey socks and slip them over grey boots. For the beard, cut up the mustache portion and use it to make the sharp cheek edges.


Ed is an eccentric, wacky 13-year-old computer and hacking genius aboard the titular interplanetary vessel Bebop on the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop. A bit androgynous and very unusual in personality, Ed never wears shoes, uses her feet like hands, rarely walks anywhere (choosing to roll, hitch a ride on someone’s back or crawl), has zero attention span and carries her computer on her head. Cheerful and animated, she acts as the comic relief during the show’s darker moments. She wears a simple outfit of spandex and tee shirt with her VR goggles and football-shaped hair.

Faye Valentine

A member aboard the fishing-trawler-turned-bounty-hunter-ship the Bebop, Faye Valentine is an amnesiac woman cryogenically frozen for 77 years on the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop. She has a volatile, sarcastic, thorny personality and refuses to accept anything less than what she wants. Known to turn on partners and use any means necessary to secure her bounty, she eventually comes to rely on, support and even care for her fellow crew members. She wears a revealing outfit of bright yellow and sports purple hair. Make sure to cut the shirt into a crop top and show some skin!

Spike Spiegel

In Cowboy Bebop, Spike Spiegel is a bounty hunter and crew member aboard the Bebop, a converted interplanetary fishing vessel re-purposed for bounty hunting. Spike is lazy, carefree, and almost always smoking a cigarette.

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