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Samurai Jack: The Complete Seasons 1-4 [Import]

Phil LaMarr , Mako    Unrated   DVD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great for rainy days or frigid weather March 23 2014
By SCP
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
We use these at our cabin when it just isn't great to go outside. We love the different seasons but some are obviously better than others. Wish Samurai Jack had continued so we would have known if he ever won.
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5.0 out of 5 stars love it Feb. 9 2013
By Kendra
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
i love these shows. My kids do as well. will they would keep making them. the product was great. I would recommend it to anyone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars samurai Dec 23 2007
By AJ
Format:DVD
very stylized, simple and wonderful animated show.

Surprised that it's not available here when it's available on amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars An animated saga of good versus evil Aug. 3 2009
By ThorBjorn - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
On a bizarre, futuristic alternate Earth, a lone samurai armed only with the magic sword of his ancestors, treks through a savage world on his quest to return to his own time.

Samurai Jack fights his way through hordes of wierd alien warriors and criminal thugs, robotic armies, and dangerous monsters. He was the prince of a mythical Japanese kingdom in a previous time, liberating his nation from the enslavement of Aku (voiced by Mako), a powerful but buffoonish demonic being who is the embodiment of all things evil. Jack triumphs over Aku, but Aku cast a spell on Jack, sending him many centuries into the future. Jack finds himself in a nightmarish dystopian world subjugated by Aku's all-powerful totalitarian police-state.

Precisely WHY is this an excellent show for young people?

In this profoundly imaginitive series, Samurai Jack is a noble warrior fighting for the cause of justice, right, and good. He generously helps many oppressed people along the way, teaching them how to fight Aku's evil armies and gangs of henchmen. In the course of his quest, Jack frequently endures harsh ordeals of battle, deprivation, climate, and basic survival. He bravely stands alone against powerful adversaries who sometimes inflict grievous and brutal abuse upon him, forcing him to retreat and re-assess his strategy.

... But then Jack counter-attacks with new tactics and even greater resolve, and prevails against his opponents. He NEVER gives up! Not only is Samurai Jack a mighty warrior, he is pure of heart, merciful, and kind.

Being a father, I have largely searched in vain for contemporary cartoons that have anything of substance, suitable for my child.

Children are exposed to quite a bit of nondescript meaningless trash, in animated form. Samurai Jack is a most welcome exception!

I find this to be a triumphant, intelligent, and truly worthy presentation of the heroic ideal for young viewers.
36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Individually ~$84 >> This set = $100? Oct. 20 2007
By MilMascaras - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I want this set !! 5 Stars.

But I was doing the math. If I buy Season 1 (2 Discs) = ~$18; Season 2 (2 discs)=~$18; Season 3(2 disks)=~$23; Season 4 (2 disks)=~$23. (As of Oct 07). Total cost for seasons 1-4 (8 disks) is ~$84.

BUT if I buy This new Seasons 1-4 Set (Same 8 Disks), it costs ~$100. hmmmmmm.....

Will keep this in my wishlist until someone at Amazon doublechecks their math, and adjust to ~$80 (or less?)
BACK TO THE PAST SAMURAI JACK....
39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Samurai Jack - The Greatest Animated Series Ever!!! Aug. 21 2009
By Slick Jimmy - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Samurai Jack!!! The Best Of The Best!!!

I have always loved cartoons, but in the past few years television animation has degenerated for the most part into inane nonsense with no real message or clever writing. There are exceptions however, and chief among them is the masterpiece of animation that is Samurai Jack.

This Emmy Award winning series, in my humble opinion, is nothing short of the greatest animated series ever! Why Cartoon Network ceased its production of the show will always remain a mystery to me. I still think of it as a travesty of monumental proportions.

Each episode in this brilliant series is well written, and amazingly executed. This is not your basic slapped together Saturday morning cartoon. Samurai Jack is high art. There was never anything like it before on television, and there has not been anything to match it since.

Each episode has a theme and a message that can be translated into values and ethics that really matter in life; courage, honor, loyalty, generosity, tenacity, integrity, intelligence, humor, respect, beauty, magnanimity, and education are writ large upon the sandaled path of Samurai Jack's quest.

All of this is rendered in vividly astonishing and utterly unique animation that is cinematic and epic in nature, not to mention every frame could be made into a fine art print. Samurai Jack with his magical, ancestral katana gripped firmly in hand, though alone in a world strange and unknown to him, he stands resolute and triumphant against impossible odds, striving ever forward to defeat evil, uphold justice and mercy, and return to defend his homeland from misery and destruction, thus saving the world from a future of bondage and terror.

If you want a magnificent piece of art and literature purchase this series.

'Nough said.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Series, but Check the Price March 11 2008
By Avals Sher - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
3.11.2008
It's an amazing series without a doubt, but as of 3.11.2008, the price is over $100 for the 4 season set. One poster noted that if you buy all seasons separately, you'll only pay $85.

I want to point out further that if you buy the Set that includes Seasons 1-3 for $53.99 and then buy season 4 separately for $14.99, you spend a little over $65, which is $35 cheeper than the combined set that includes the same episodes.

This may change soon and this review will become irrelevant, but remember to always comparison shop.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The bomb Oct. 5 2007
By S. Windig - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Samurai Jack is Mr.Tartakovsky's masterpiece, although I think Dexter and the PPGirls are quite brilliant as well, and he might produce even greater stuff.. According to 'Making Toons', Mr. Tartakovsky was given free reign by Cartoon Network after Dexter's success, and Samurai Jack was the result. It is extremely original both in the story department and in the art direction. Its unconventional in its snappy animation and its cinematography. It's really action-packed and full of weird fantasy stuff and funny surreal characters. In short, It's one of the pinnacles of 2D animation. One can hardly live without it ;)
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