Samurai Jack (2001–2017)
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A samurai warrior fights against the evil entity that took him away from his home world.

Director:

Genndy Tartakovsky

Writers:

Genndy Tartakovsky (created by), Bryan Andrews | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Phil LaMarr ... Samurai Jack (voice)
Greg Baldwin ... Aku (voice)
Grey Griffin ... High Priestess / Additional Voices (voice)
Sab Shimono ... Emperor (voice)
Lauren Tom ... Mother (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Scaramouche (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... Additional Voices (voice)
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Storyline

It's been 50 years since we last saw Samurai Jack and time has not been kind to him. Aku has destroyed every time portal and Jack has stopped aging, a side effect of time travel. It seems he is cursed to just roam the land for all eternity. His past haunts him as well as a cult of assasins dedicated to killing him for Aku's glory.

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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Release Date:

11 March 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Samurai Jack See more »

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Tom Kenny's vocal performance of Scaramouch is patterned after musician Sammy Davis Jr.. See more »

Quotes

High Priestess: Your training is complete. Go kill!
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Connections

References Lilo & Stitch (2002) See more »

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Jack is back with 10000 charged voltage
16 March 2017 | by samarsoory65See all my reviews

I was skeptical when it was announced that samurai jack will be coming back after my nightmares of watching reboots of beloved shows such as powerpuff girls and teen titans going horribly wrong. But Genndy Tartakovsky's idea to bring back samurai jack with season 5 not only evokes the nostalgia of the 2000s with its stunning action set pieces and visual storytelling, but it ups the game by improvising the animation to the nth degree while keeping its spirit intact. True, Adult Swim producing the show has made it the more dark and grim by delving deep into Jack's psyche as shown in the trailer. But that's how Samurai Jack was always meant to be--To showcase the undying spirit of a true warrior. Jack might not be home yet, but the show truly is! Kudos Tartakovsky and his team!


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