Easily the most racist episode of the series, this Season 4 classic sees Jack in a restaurant ordering hot water. All seems well until the brash black man known only as «Da Sam-oo-rai» bursts into the building with a boombox blaring what sounds like early 80’s hip-hop.
Samurai Jack Episode Samurai Jack is crossing a seemingly endless rope bridge when he meets another wanted man coming from the other side: the Scotsman. After fighting each …
Samurai Jack is an American animated television series created by animator Genndy Tartakovsky. The series aired on Cartoon Network from August 10, 2001 to September 25, 2004, for four seasons that span 52 episodes. A fifth season spanning 10 episodes premiered on Adult Swim’s Toonami block on March 11, 2017. The first four seasons are available on Region 1 DVD. The first three episodes were …
Aug 10, 2001 · Watch video · The plot itself is quite simple: Samurai Jack (his original Japanese name remains a mystery) lives in ancient Japan where his homeland is being ravaged by a mightily powerful but weird-looking, sometimes insipid demon named Aku.
At a recent press event for Samurai Jack, I asked the creator which episodes are the most essential of the original run, for fans who want to take an abbreviated journey into Jack’s history.
Samurai Jack ran for four seasons and 52 episodes before it got yanked off the air. It’s only natural that over the course of that time the show would be interested in dipping its sword into the backstories and histories of some of its main players (Aku’s origin even gets explored).
Aku hires the best hunters in the galaxy to track down the most elusive of prey – Samurai Jack. EP 10 XXIII Aku sends out Demongo, the soul collector, to destroy Jack.
With TV Club 10, we point you toward the 10 episodes that best represent a TV series, classic or modern. If you watch these 10, you’ll have a better idea of what that series was about, without having to watch the whole thing. These are not meant to be the 10 best episodes, but rather the 10 most representative episodes.
«Jack» (also known as Samurai Jack or simply The Samurai) is the alias taken by a Japanese warrior (with an unknown birth name) who acts as the titular protagonist of the cartoon Samurai Jack. Throughout the series, he is voiced by Phil LaMarr.
Allies: Scotsman (best friend), Spartans, Tam Sung, His Teachers, Tengu, The Emperor (father), The Empress (mother), Prince Astor and Princess Verbina, Lizard Monks, Emoji Family, Woolies, Odin, Ra, Rama, Blind Archers, The Fairy, Robo-Samurai, Monkey Man, Triseraquins, The Ravers, The Canine Archaeologists, Extor, Scotsman’s Wife, The Creature, Lava Monster, Wolf (brief companion), Ashi (Late Fiancée)
Samurai Jack was one of the titles announced to be published. It was further announced at WonderCon 2013 that the first issue of Samurai Jack would debut in October 2013. The first comic in the series was released October 23, 2013. The final issue came out in May 2015.