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Samurai Jack #1

Writer: Jim Zub

Art: Andy Suriano

Lettering: Shawn Lee

Editor: Carlos Guzman

Publisher: Idw

This is a great time to be alive! Not only are we in a new golden age of comic books, also known as the ‘creator-age’ but television shows long thought lost are springing to life right before our eyes. While some television shows are dragged out, all but ruining any good will—ahem Dexter, some burn so bright for such a short time that they never really leave the collective conscience. The tale of Samurai Jack is one of those television shows.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the awesomeness that is Samurai Jack, the story is a simple one. Actually let’s do this verbatim (note– please read this in your best Mako voice):

“Long ago in a distant land, I, Aku, The shape-shifting master of darkness, unleashed an unspeakable evil! »

- Sean Tonelli

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