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The television series, Samurai Jack, is an artistically well-depicted cartoon guaranteed to entice viewers of all ages and genres. The television show is not strictly action-based, nor does it follow a script in which is unbearably predictable. The combined use of storytelling and adventure will unfold a culture so undeniable and a world so unique to the audience. The world of television has never been so historical and modern, while still providing induced revelations of each mini-story and character introductions continuous.

Samurai Jack is the protagonist that leads our viewers into an entirely unknown, yet compelling world full of numerous dimensions and time periods. His character is mainly symbolic and a beautiful representation that portrays a long line of samurai warriors and their art mastery, specifically that to a blade. He must travel through time on many different occasions in order to hone his skills as a samurai, forging a path to survival. Jack's only true incentive for accepting and coming to terms with the challenges that are presented to him is his pure determination to get back home.

Essentially there is very little dialogue, which allows the series to stay simple and at the same time preserving profound quality. An absence in dialogue fills the mind with the idea of tranquility as the music later settles in. The art and graphics that come along with the show itself are impressive. When we first take a look at the art and how it's clearly able to capture and instill a calm, however euphoric feel to it. A picture that is fully enriched with empowering bold ancestry and paintbrush refinery.

The antagonist, Aku, a powerful demonic-like creature that can change his physical appearance, also known as a "shape-shifter," fulfills the ancient prophecy that throws Jack into his inevitable long journey across the globe. Each scene which involves the use of martial arts and weaponry calls for the knowledge accumulated from his scholars, mentors, and masters of the sword. Samurai Jack's performance stays impeccable in order to measure up evenly with Aku's ongoing plans for him.

Cartoon Network
4 Seasons, 62 Episodes - Canceled
August 24, 2008
Animation & Cartoons
8.4/10
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Samurai Jack Full Episode Guide

  • Jack finds a baby and the two travel together as Jack tries to return the boy to his mother.

  • Jack tries to return a baby back to his mother.

  • Young Jack is brought to Africa for part of his training, but when his tribe is abducted, he must learn how to use their unique sword-like weapon - and fast!

  • Jack must learn a unique weapon after his tribe is abducted in Africa.

  • Aku forces an old, ace robot assassin out of retirement to eliminate the ultimate mark - Jack.

  • An old ace robot assassin is let out of retirement to eliminate Jack.

  • As Jack goes through fall, winter, spring and summer, he must battle the perils that each season brings.

  • Jack battles the perils of fall, winter, spring and summer.

  • Aku fights Jack himself.

  • Aku shot down a prince and princesses ship down to earth, Jack helps save them.

  • Jack has lost all memory of who he is and it's up to the Scotsman to put the pieces of the puzzle together to save the samurai.

  • A Scotsman must put pieces of a puzzle together to help Jack get his memory back. Part 2.

  • Jack has lost all memory of who he is and it's up to the Scotsman to put the pieces of the puzzle together to save the samurai.

  • A Scotsman must put pieces of a puzzle together to help Jack get his memory back. Part 1.

  • Bounty hunters gather to capture Jack.

  • After Aku sneezes on Jack he becomes infected with Aku's evil.

  • Jack battles a punk samurai.

  • Jack finds out he is a villages chosen one to embody a robo samurai to fight the mondo bot.

  • While Jack is helping a town in distress, Aku sends a ninja to destroy him.

  • Jack is trying to get to a mysterious box through a labyrinth before two thieves get to it.

  • Jack tries to destroy a piece of powerful evil that landed on earth. Part 2.

  • When ancient gods try to destroy a powerful evil, they send one piece of the beast hurtling through space. This piece lands on earth, spreading its evil through the land.

  • Jack tries to destroy a piece of powerful evil that landed on earth.

  • Jack finds a way home but finds out new friends have to be sacrificed in order for him to get home.

  • Jack gets locked inside a haunted house.

  • Jack collects pieces that will help get him home with a swamp wizard, but then finds out the wizard is really Aku.

  • An annoying friendly creature messes up Jacks moves along his quest.

  • In order to get to a portal to return home Jack travels with a flying creature, mountain creature and a water creature.

  • Jack fights ancient Egyptian shadow warriors.

  • Aku leads Jack to a graveyard where the dead begin to rise. An evil spirit takes over Jack's sword, leading Jack to defend himself against his own weapon. When Aku gets hold of the sword, Jack fears he's finally met his end.

  • Jack fights zombies in a graveyard.

  • Jack boards a train to his next destination only to be attacked by a couple of arguing bounty hunters.

  • Jack is attacked by a couple of arguing bounty hunters on a train.

  • Jack must stop musical brainwashing after a man's daughter is kidnapped by Aku's children.

  • A cranky wizard turns Jack into a chicken.

Most Popular Samurai Jack Episodes

  • Season 2 Episode 9 XXII 9/13/2002

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Samurai Jack Video Clips & Extras

Robot Army Clip (00:58) Topsy Turvy Clip (00:46) Aku Ha Returned Clip (00:59) In the Club Clip (01:00) Tales of the Samurai Clip (00:55) The Well Clip (00:59) On a Bridge Clip (00:58) The Cave Clip (00:56)