Samurai Jack returns!!!

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  1. Fluffyman

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    Boy that this week Samurai Jack's episode became very dramatic, despite Aku's funny intro.
     
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    Just watched the second episode. It was just as superb as the first. Excellent animation all-around and seeing Samurai Jack being chased by Aku's daughter, in typical Samurai Jack fashion with no dialogue was an amazing sequence.
     
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    ...and yet he did.
     
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    Only watched the first two eps yesterday; IT WAS F*CKING AMAZING.

    I will be watching this every Saturday night, that's for sure. Doug needs to watch this show too.

    I felt sad for the wuf at the end. D: But seeing Aku's therapy session was gold. XD

    "HE JUST GREW THAT STUPID BEARD!" Really, Aku's disgusted silent face is enough to make me laugh out loud; he doesn't even need to say anything. Classic Tartakovsky :D
     
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    Just saw the first two episodes on Google Play
    and I have to say that it went to a spectacular
    start and can't wait for more.

    Seriously, the fight scene in the second episode was really intense and after he took that Daughter of Aku's life I don't know what he'll do next. He really wasn't messing
    around here.

    I noticed how Jack was genuinely surprised on how it was an actual person he took on as opposed to his typical foes like the robot assassins. It will be a big game hanger and maybe it will change Jack's perspective on how he'll carry on with the mission?

    "Just Nuts and Bolts, Just Nuts and Bolts"
     
  7. Fluffyman

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    Well this week was very... red and white...

    In real life Jack would likely be much weaker from blood loss and that wound would have been severely infected. Also is it really good idea to pull out a knife, wouldn't that make it worse?

    I do like the wolf returning, even giving Jack a bit of warmth, a bright moment in a sea of darkness.

    And another beautiful fight, the start of which really put me in mind of "Jack vs. The Ninja", I kind of wished they went a bit further with the blinding white though.

    So it now makes 4 out of the 7 Aku Daughters have confirmed onscreen deaths, with the other three including Ashi getting a Disney death so who knows if they're completely out. I mean it's obvious Jack will survive his plunge, who is to say they won't?

    And now I found another image for my signature!
     
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    The flashback of Jack as a kid really puts much emotion because it most be a repressed memory.
     
  9. Fancyarcher

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    Just saw the latest episode. Man, was that incredible. Excellent animation and it was great to see us explore Jack's past even further, even if it was only for a few scenes.

    Plus the opening with Jack drifting away in the water, with no dialogue, and blood flowing out of him. Just plain perfection.
     

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