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  • Actors: Phil LaMarr, Mako, John DiMaggio, Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Directors: Genndy Tartakovsky, Robert Alvarez, Randy Myers
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: Aug. 28 2007
  • Run Time: 292 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B000QCU534
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,939 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Cartoon Network: Samurai Jack Season 4

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Just like the previous 3 seasons. Jack brings a unique art style of Glendy T. with fantastic stories to boot. If you are a fan of his work, from Dexter's Lab to Hotel Transylvania then you have to watch Samurai Jack. Now if he would get to make the movie he wants to end the series.....
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Some ok, some excellent episodes, just like previous 3 seasons....sadly, cancelled & left unresolved, but still eons ahead of most anime on today
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i love this show and im glad that my collection is complete i would highly recommend this show to anyone its great for all ages and great price
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HASH(0xa1c028a0) out of 5 stars Season 4 at last! May 29 2007
By Kort - Published on
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I am a 36 year old father who got into Samurai Jack through his son. I will admit that I am a big kid and love animation, but I am also picky and don't have time to waste on sub-par series. Samurai Jack is certainly a cut above most. From its offbeat theme song and stylized animation, you know you are getting something special -- and that isn't even taking into account the premise of the shows! My son even wanted to be called Jack for a several months, and has been inspired to learn the art of the samurai sword in his Tae Kwon Do class. All because of this series.

I missed most of Season 4 because of Cartoon Network's constant shifting of the show. I am not sure why it did not go on for another few seasons as it was always fresh and exciting. It is one of the few shows that really miss being able to see. We have the other 3 seasons on DVD and they were well worth the purchase price. Excellent stories, high flying action, and great characters make Samurai Jack a cartoon for the ages. I expect the Season 4 DVD will continue to live up to those high standards.

EDIT: Got the DVDs and have been watching them with my kids. Yep, it was worth the wait. It is fun to catch a few of the episodes I missed. Some have said the quality of the show dropped in season 4 -- I could not disagree more!
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1c02aec) out of 5 stars Domo arigato Jack.....Sayounara.... Aug. 15 2007
By Kevin J. Loria - Published on
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Domo arigato Jack... Sayounara

The Final Season. If you don't know JACK...SAMURAI JACK, that is, is the story of a young samurai warrior seeks to defeat the evil shape-shifting master of darkness, Aku who has destroyed his father's kingdom and imprisoned its people. During a climatic battle between Aku and the samurai, Aku sends the young samurai through a time portal into the far future where Aku rules the Earth. Called "Samurai Jack" by the inhabitants of this future world, he seeks a way to return to the past and undo Aku's horrible deeds while battling Aku and his evil minions.


"Samurai versus Ninja"- Great light-play visuals as Jack beats a Ninja at his own game

"Robo-Samurai versus Mondo Bot" - What's cooler than a Samurai story, maybe a Samurai story with a giant fightin' robot!!

"Samurai versus Samurai" - It intros poser Da' Samurai w/ David Alan Grier & Great rain effects, nice balance of guest star comedy and classic Jack

"The Aku Infection" Jack gets some of Aku's evil

"The Princess And The Bounty Hunters" - Siamese killer twins

"Scotsman Saves Jack (Part 1 of 2)" - proof that you can never have too much of the Scotsman. Jack has lost his memory and is serving as a waiter on a cruiseship. Count the STAR WARS refs. John DiMaggio a.k.a. Bender voices Scotsman.

"Jack And The Flying Prince And Princess" - Prince and princess flee invaders and Jack helps eem. Tom Kenny voices.

"Jack versus Aku" - No more middle-men. Nice!

"The 4 Seasons Of Death" - Four separate stories one for each season, 'kay?

"Tale Of X9" - a "Nator"-Dude forced by Aku to hunt Jack.

"Young Jack In Africa" - Flashback.

"Jack And The Baby" - That's about it!!

The series won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program in 2004 (it was also nominated in 2002 and 2005) - and artists Scott Willis, Dan Krall and Bryan Andrews received Emmys for Outstanding Individual Achievement In Animation for their work on the series. Beautifully animated, the series makes you feel as if you are looking a high-action, high-color woodcut prints, scored with music both modern and ancient, both electric and serene. Featuring the voice work and the incredible depth of feeling from Phil LaMarr as Jack, and brilliance of Mako as Aku.

This set includes episodes 40 through 52 as released in the season 4 set


Gokouun o inorimasu
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1c02d2c) out of 5 stars the wait is over May 30 2007
By Sungjin Yun - Published on
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Samurai Jack isn't a cartoon you just leave on in the background as you do other things. Its a show that demands and deserves your full attention. The majority of its dialogue is spoken through its images. This is art, anime, and cartoons at its best. A MUST HAVE. period.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1c02ed0) out of 5 stars Samurai Jack Comes to a Close May 25 2007
By David B. Harrington - Published on
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Genndy Tartakovsky's "Samurai Jack" is one of the most fantastically inventive shows to ever grace TV. Amidst the stunning action sequences, and the almost star wars-like creatures, are good morals. It keeps you on the edge of your seat, and makes you laugh, sometimes at the same time. This show is a sure fire treat for animation buffs to casual TV watchers. It deserves a spot in the animation hall of fame (if there is one).
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1c02da4) out of 5 stars "He who runs with aggression walks without dignity." Sept. 3 2007
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Unpredictable. Illogical. Impossible. He is THE ONE! Samurai Jack--defender of truth, freedom, and talking dogs--is back for a fourth and final season of futuristic hacking and slashing. Set 4's two discs come in a cardboard slipcase, tastefully decorated in a gold honeycomb pattern with Aku's hideous likeness prominently featured on the front (unless your fold-out disc-holder is upside-down and backwards, as mine was). Disc 2 includes a nice selection of extras like promos, deleted scenes, and a very interesting visit with the show's creators entitled, `Genndy's Roundtable.'

Among these thirteen stellar episodes is the hilarious two-parter, `The Scotsman Saves Jack,' in which we meet a goofy guy in a red jacket by the name of Brent Worthington, who just happens to look exactly like Jack. In episode XLII, Jack encounters a hip-hoppin', jive-talkin' "Sam-u-rai," and teaches him that, "You can never defeat another if you know not how to defeat yourself."

In XLI, Jack traverses the devastated streets of Andromeda and is attacked by the awesome Mondo-bot. The frightened robotic Andromedan citizens lead the wandering samurai warrior to a Gundam-like mobile suit and Jack attacks the Mondo-bot Voltron style.

Episode XLIII begins with yet another battle with the fiendish Aku. But this time, Aku calls the fight off early because he's afflicted with a nasty cold virus. Unfortunately, before leaving, the shape-shifting villain coughs up a piece of himself...a piece which Jack accidentally swallows! Our hero is slowly but surely possessed by the evil black spirit of all-enshrouding Akuness, and so he must travel to the watery temple of the lizard-monks for help.

XLVII is an obvious homage to 'Star Wars,' featuring the butterfly-like Prince Astor and Princess Verbina of Alepidopterans. The insectoid siblings (along with their golden assistant, Chitron 6) are relentlessly pursued by Squoomian gunships as they leave their home on Chrysalis to search for their royal navy. They crash-land in Samurai Jack's world and are quickly captured by Aku's demonic minions.

Episode L introduces an emotional robot hit man in a black trench coat and wingtip shoes who's pining for his little lost dog, Lulu, a.k.a. "sweet thing." The merciless Aku is holding Lulu hostage in order to coax her mechanized owner out of retirement. Aku wants Samurai Jack terminated, and the twin pistol-wielding dog-lover is more than willing to do the soon as the rain stops.

So, at long last, all of Jack's adventures are available on DVD. But, it is a bit disappointing to learn that, like `Lost in Space,' this spectacular series does not have a satisfactory finale. Genndy Tartakovsky says there might be a Samurai Jack movie someday. Let's hope that day comes very soon. In the meantime, the screaming baby episode will have to do.