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Samurai Jack (TV Series 2001–2004) Poster

(2001–2004)

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In Brazil, the name Aku was changed to Abu due to the original name's unfortunate similarity to a Portuguese swear word meaning anus.
The mines the dogs are excavating in the pilot movie used to be the city of Townesville from the The Powerpuff Girls (1998). This is evident from a billboard which has a picture of the Talking Dog which appeared in an episode of the "Powerpuff Girls".
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"Aku" is Japanese for "Evil".
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In the pilot movie, one of the dogs working in the mines is Big Dog from the shortly lived cartoon 2 Stupid Dogs (1993), another show worked on by Genndy Tartakovsky.
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In Episode VIII, one of the bounty hunters in the woods that is riding a robotic elephant is a character from "Dial M for Monkey" from "Dexter's Laboratory." "Dexter's Laboratory" is also created by Genndy Tartakovsky.
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Tartakovsky has acknowledged taking some of his inspiration from the Frank Miller graphic novel Ronin, including the premise of a master-less samurai warrior thrown into a dystopic future ahead of our present.
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The cartoon is influenced by "The New Adventures of He-Man": Like He-Man, Samurai Jack is a warrior who travels to the future.
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