Stuffed Ein Is Good for Cuddles, Not for Math Homework
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Shinichiro Watanabe's Cowboy Bebop anime series turned the big 2-0 this year with screenings, a cafe, and high-end figures. Missing from that line-up is the Bebop's crew's only non-human member: the enhanced Corgi named Ein.
Ein is a very good boy and a great ambassador for the Pembroke Corgi breed. Like any pet, Corgis demand a certain amount of attention and care and a purebred can set fans back US$600-1000. If that price tag is too steep or the commitment is too daunting, you could always opt for a cuddly stuffed version.
Merchandiser Movic will release new Cowboy Bebop goods, including a stuffed Ein, on February 14, 2019. The stuffed Ein will fit comfortably in your lap, and you can give him some well deserved skritches behind the ears without worrying about a pet sitter when you take off for work in the morning.
Along with Ein, Movic will also sell a leather pass case with the Swordfish II charm and sticker sets. Ein will retail for 6480 yen (US$57), the pass case will cost 8,640 yen (US$78), and the sticker sets will cost 756 yen (US$6.50).
Cowboy Bebop is a music-centric space noir series that follows Spike and his rag-tag crew of bounty hunters as they travel from planet to planet in search of a quick buck and an escape from their traumatic pasts.
Source: Comic Natalie