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Samurai Jack TV series, shows/cartoon,anime,magma/Documentaries - MobileTVshows
Samurai Jack (in cartoon)
Samurai Jack is an American animated television series created by animator Genndy Tartakovsky that aired on Cartoon Network from 2001 until 2004. It is noted for its highly detailed, outline-free, masking-based animation, as well as for its cinematic style and pacing. The plots of individual episodes range from dark and epic to light-hearted and comic, but typically follow Jack in his singular quest to find a method of traveling back in time. Many of the battle scenes in the series are reminiscent of samurai films, and since Jack's robotic enemies "bleed" oil or electricity and monsters/aliens bleed slime or goo, the series is able to exhibit the action of these films while avoiding censorship for violence. Samurai Jack was available to be viewed by American residents via the Toonami Jetstream website.[1] Production on the show was halted in 2004, but it was never officially canceled. In return, Tartakovsky has announced plans to direct a theatrical film, but whether or not this will be used to resolve the series has yet to be announced. The feature film is currently in pre-production, and is being produced by J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions and Frederator Films
Last Updated: 4 May, 2010

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Samurai Jack
Samurai Jack - S01E01 - I: The Beginning (Aired: 2001-08-10)
Aku, the shape-shifting master of evil, devastates a young boy's land, forcing him to travel around the world to train as a samurai. When Samurai Jack returns to free his people, he is instead flung into the far future, where he must quest to undo the future that is Aku.
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Samurai Jack - S01E02 - II: The Samurai Called Jack (Aired: 2001-08-10)
Jack befriends some talking archeologist dogs and learns of his location: In the future shaped by years of Aku's evil reign. He vows to help the dogs gain their freedom from a life of enslaved jewel mining.
Samurai Jack
Samurai Jack - S01E03 - III: The First Fight (Aired: 2001-08-10)
Aku learns of Jack's arrival in the future, and of the help he is giving the dogs. He sends a huge army of insect drones to destroy Jack and the dogs alike. Jack has been busy preparing many traps for them however, and when they arrive the battle begins in earnest.
Samurai Jack
Samurai Jack - S01E04 - IV: Jack, the Woolies, and the Chritchellites (Aired: 2001-08-13)
Jack comes into contact with a tribe of creatures who utilize their technology to subdue a group of supposedly savage beasts called "Woolies." Little does Jack know, there is more to the situation than meets the eye.
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Samurai Jack - S01E05 - V: Jack in Space (Aired: 2001-08-27)
Samurai Jack befriends a future community building a spaceship to escape Aku's tyrannic rule. Jack agrees to assist in their escape by fighting off the blockade orbiting the planet in return for a trip through time back home.
Samurai Jack
Samurai Jack - S01E06 - VI: Jack and the Warrior Woman (Aired: 2001-11-19)
Jack searches for the the magical jewel the Woolies told him would be able to send him back in time. Locating the last survivor of the race who can reveal its location, Jack learns of how to find the jewel, and meets up with a woman questing for the same jewel. They journey through the desert together, but will they be able to share the jewel if they find it?
Samurai Jack
Samurai Jack - S01E07 - VII: Jack and the Three Blind Archers (Aired: 2001-08-20)
Samurai Jack hears of a mysterious island which possesses a well that can grant any wish. He arrives at the island and discovers the well is not alone.
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Samurai Jack - S01E08 - VIII: Jack vs. Mad Jack (Aired: 2001-10-15)
Aku places a bounty on Jack's head, but is disappointed by the failure of some inept hunters, so he creates an evil spirit-clone version of Jack to finish our hero off for good.
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Samurai Jack - S03E09 - XXXV: Jack and the Haunted House (Aired: 2003-05-17)
Jack travels through a swampland, when he comes across a small shadow crying in the distance. After approaching the being, it drops a small toy doll and Jack follows it back to a small house in hopes of giving the item back to the creature.
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Samurai Jack - S04E10 - XLIX: The 4 Seasons of Death (Aired: 2004-09-25)
Four separate stories following Jack through the four seasons: Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring. In Summer, Jack is traveling through the desert and is set upon by strange creatures formed of sandstorms. In Fall, a creepy little scientist attempts to make a poison to kill Jack. In Winter, a warrior race forge a mighty sword with which to slay Jack. In Spring, Jack finds rest in a mysterious garden paradise.
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Samurai Jack - S03E11 - XXXVII: The Birth of Evil (1) (Aired: 2003-08-16)
The gods Odin, Ra, and Rama battle a great dark evil. One shard escapes and falls to primitive Earth, creating a vast black forest. Down through the millennia it spreads and kills until the period of feudal Japan.
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Samurai Jack - S03E12 - XXXVIII: The Birth of Evil (2) (Aired: 2003-08-16)
The gods send the Emperor a mystical horse to free him and deliver him to a castle in the sky. The three gods give him powers and forge a mystic sword for him to wield before sending him forth to fight Aku.
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Samurai Jack - S04E13 - LII: Jack and the Baby (Aired: 2004-09-25)
While peacefully enjoying a snack of peaches, Jack hears a baby cry and races to find out what's the matter. He rescues Baby from a crew of hungry (baby-eating) monsters. The two then set off to find the baby's mother. Jack makes a great temporary parent, finding food, shelter, dealing with diapers. He tells Baby a bedtime story of Momotaro (Peach-boy, an archetypal Japanese folk-tale). When sick, Baby wants peaches; when they return to the peach orchard, the monsters find them again. After the final defeat of the monsters, Baby's mother is found. When she notices a surprising change in her child, Jack explains the baby has achieved sakai, the spirit of the samurai.

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