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a5c7b9f00b Long ago in a distant land, Aku the shape-shifting master of darkness unleashed an unspeakable evil, but a brave samurai warrior wielding a magic sword stepped forth to oppose him. Before the final blow was struck, Aku threw open a portal in time and flung the samurai into the future, where Aku's evil is law. Now the samurai seeks to return to the past and undo the future that is Aku.
A samurai sent through time fights to return home and save the world.
I'd like to take back that comment I've made on the show about a year ago. Seeing as how there weren't too many episodes to watch at the time, my review was a bit biased. My main problem was with the art style, it takes a while to get used to. However, looking past that, there's an exceptional series that shouldn't be missed. As stated by the other reviews, there isn't too much dialogue, so the show focuses much more on the action. Also, this is one of the few shows where it doesn't matter what order you watch the episodes in really, as most of them don't enertwine with each other story wise. My favorites so far would have to be XXXVIII (Jack turning into a chicken) and XXX (Jack vs the zombies).
First, I have read all the other reviews here, and 99% of them are right on the mark. I&#39;m not going to argue what&#39;s the &quot;best&quot; animation because everyone has a different opinion of what makes a good animation. For some people it&#39;s technical achievements, for some it&#39;s the same as any other movie (plot, script, acting, direction, music). For others it&#39;s a simple &quot;does it make me feel good, did I enjoy the story&quot; Some people like computer animations, some like hand drawn. Personally, I don&#39;t see any difference at all. Sure the LOOK is different, but there&#39;s a LOT more to a good animation than just what was used to create it. Some of my favorite animations were done on computer (Reboot by Mainframe Entertainment comes to mind) and some were hand drawn (Disney, Studio Ghibli). All are good IMHO For myself, it&#39;s a little bit of everything. However, I have to say in this case Samurai Jack has something different about it that seems lacking in most North American shows. I don&#39;t know if it&#39;s purely the art, or the way the creators make everything blend in so well (characters, humor, story) but whatever it is, I was sold on Samurai Jack from the first episode I watched.<br/><br/>I have finally managed to purchase all the DVDs (all 4 seasons), and am quite happy I did as I had missed a season or two when it first aired.<br/><br/>If you are an animation lover you have GOT to see this animation. This is what all good cartoons should be.<br/><br/>I just have to mention this one thing, I couldn&#39;t let it go. Some idiot wrote a review. Obviously the guy needs to do a little work on his comprehension. He whines that he hates just about everything about the show. He says &quot;(Remember that each episode consists of Jack traveling into the past through many past time lines, in order to destroy Aku)&quot; Please don&#39;t pay ANY attention to this review. The guy has no understanding of even the SIMPLEST of plots. Jack does not go &quot;into the past&quot; every episode. I have no idea where he got this from. There are a couple of shows where there are flashbacks of Jack in the past during his childhood, but there is no &quot;traveling into the past through many past time lines&quot; as that reviewer mentioned. Co

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