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His quest to return to the past has tested him many times, but now the stakes are higher than ever. All 20 issues of the Samurai Jack comic book. 1 – 2 (): The Samurai Jack comics is a monthly American comic book ongoing series chronicling the travels of Samurai Jack. Read Samurai Jack comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page.
I want to wish Genndy and the rest of his crew all the best after putting their seminal series to rest at last. It was incredible watching a new season of the series in full HD, filled to the brim with big set pieces and visual splendor. A couple years ago, before news of the fifth season finally arrived, I was writing the official Samurai Jack comic series for IDW. Samurai Jack Mako the Scribe is intended as a tribute to Mako Iwamatsu, the actor who voiced Aku, the shape-shifting demon wizard from Samurai Jack. He passed away in It also includes nods to Jack voice actor Phil LaMarr, designer Andy Suriano, and callbacks to a multitude of characters and creatures from the series.
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So, What's it all about? Well, to start, it's about a samurai, who's also a grandpa. And this Samurai's name just happens to be Ojichan, which means. Samurai Grandpa Interior Art by Shawn Daley After a lifetime of adventuring and fighting in feudal Japan, Ojichan decides it's finally time to retire the sword and devote the rest of his days to his family.
This is all well and good until his greatest foe from his past returns to haunt him, forcing him to venture out on one last journey to rescue his kidnapped granddaughter. Shawn's art is just beautiful. Along the way, Ojichan will encounter old enemies and new. He'll make new friends from far and distant lands and he'll cross paths with old lovers, perhaps even mend some broken hearts. And he just might finally see, for the first time, the man he truly is, for better or for worse.
It's a journey of self exploration and discovery set in a world of magic and mystery. Go on, show him.
Ojichan - Samurai, grandpa, tea drinker. Will anyone come to his aid or is this the end of his lifelong mission? Can he prove himself worthy and regain his strength? Past and present collide in this epic conclusion to the 'Quest of the Broken Blade' storyline.
Jack the Samurai will need to become Jack the Infiltrator if he hopes to gain an audience with the mysterious master. A scribe named Mako has heard many strange stories of the great hero known only as 'Jack. Jack the General.
Jack the Legend. Title Release Date s Cartoon Network: Action Packs  1, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 53, 55, 58, 60 July, - July, Cartoon Network: Super Sampler  1 Other comics[ edit ] There have been other comic book series involving Samurai Jack, besides the issue series that was produced and released as an intended follow-up to the fourth season of the series.
That's not to say that his style is horrible mind you, the problems I had with the art are few and far between and it's still very well designed.
There were many panels that I wished I owned ans a stand alone picture in a frame on my wall. It's that well stylized. I think the main problem I had with this product was the story. Without giving too much away Jack must acquire all parts to an artifact of power that will return him home. He goes on another journey to find all the parts culminating in a confrontation with Aku. The discouragement I experienced was the overly simple way the story ends.
Nothing satisfying, not "fair" in my opinion, and almost lazy in the thought put behind it. I feel as though the ending was put in place to open the way for more comics in the future.
This in no way comes as a surprise, this comic series was made to make money after all, I just wish more thought in the ending's explanation was put in to at least satisfy fans of the old show. These gripes are an issue with the writing Jim Zub and as for an old fan of the series, this is what stays with me longer that the art or the page bindings.
I want to see the wandering samurai return home or at least find an ending to his story. As good as the construction and art of this volume is, I can't give it a perfect score because of the story alone. This is a good read, but maybe only a hardcore fan would be able to ignore the shortcomings and enjoy fully.
Kindle Edition Verified download. I loved the story. It was in true Samurai Jack fashion all through out and was a fabulous return. However Right from the start I could see the adorableness of the art style. Every frame in the original felt like you could take it and out it up in any art gallery.
But now I do not get that minimalist beauty as before. Even forgiving the shift of medium and the artist It just felt out of place in the story. Not at all Bad but not really belonging. The most grievous offender of this was the second we see Aku looking, what can only be described as goofy as well.
The original Aku was indeed goofy at times in his own way. But was beneath that cold menacing stare that hardly changed. That was the beauty. That he could be so expressive and yet be stone faced at the same time. It was just a real disappointment. However over all the story and the characters and villains made up for the out of touch visuals and I'm definitely still gonna read on. I read this as soon as it arrived and I love it. As a huge fan of Samurai Jack, I feel like it continues the story where the show left off and is really fun to read.
The art is beautiful, as one would expect of anything Samurai Jack, and it's nice to see both old and new characters appear in its pages. I was sad to finish this volume and can't wait to read the next! Samurai Jack!
Hey Buddy these are the continued adventures of Samurai Jack! Some of the most innovative animation and story telling I have ever seen on cartoon network.
It was a joy to watch and now it's a joy to read! If you like the show you'll love this comic!
One person found this helpful. Lora Loves. I was really looking forward to giving these graphic novels a try since I am a very big fan of Samurai Jack and comics. It Seemed like a formula that just couldn't go wrong.
Yet, at this point since I finished Vol. The writing was good, albeit a little simple. It still seemed to capture the heart of the show.
The pacing is very fast maybe too fast it took me about 15 minutes to read through the book in its entirety.
Multiply that times multiple issues and you can see my hesitance for the value. Even then, I love Samurai Jack so much I can maybe look over the price point.
Unfortunately, it is much harder to look past the illustration. The illustration usually borders anywhere from passable to embarrassingly bad. Being a professional Illustrator myself, it was very hard to look past.