Cowboy Beebop and Trigun

I found nothing westren about either one
sure Trigun is out in the desert but why do you consider it westren?

Because the setting, music, cotumes etc are mostly old-western cliches with just a little sci-fi thrown in.

ah cliches

whenever I talk about an idea for an anime westren everyone mentions these two
I talk about a traditional post spaghetie or Good,The Bad and The Ugly,which were not cliched like say John Wayne which was a cliche of cliche of a cliche.

while on the other hand Eastwood and the spagheties were never cliched

Almost everything western ever made is cliche’! Okay, maybe not “Blazing Saddles”…that one was just plain weird…and laugh your head off funny…

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That is a sick card game…

Maybe It’s me, but I always thought Bebop and Trigun sucked and blew, respectively.

I’m not too familiar with the genre, but Trigun seems to fit perfectly to it. It’s not jut the desert setting, but that essentially the entire world is the “frontier”, there are few cities while there many small towns which happen to be dominated by a group of armed men. Daily life is a struggle for survival and luxuries are few; heck, even necessities are scarce. Any unifying governing body is usually too far away to have any impact on day-to-day concerns.

As for Cowboy Bebop, I’ve only seen the movie, and I’m too tired to try to think much more right now.

I hate to sound like an ass, but:

West<font size=“7”>ER</font>n.

Thank you for your time.

(I only bring this up because you’ve made this typo literally over half a dozen times, and I think you actually needed it pointed out.)

Western, a., n., and adv.
Forms: 1, 6-7 westerne, (1, 6 weasterne); 4-6 westeren, 6- western; 1 wæstrene, 2 westrene, 4-7 westren.

What dictionary did you get THAT from!? The Loserville Dictionary!? We here in the english Language say western.

The only dicitionary I have access to, the OED.