Актеры: Phil LaMarr (as Jack (voice)), Mako (as Aku (voice)), Jeff Bennett (as Additional Voices (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)), Jennifer Hale (as Additional Voices (voice)), Rob Paulsen (as Additional Voices (voice)), Kevin Michael Richardson (as Additional Voices (voice)), Sab Shimono (as Emperor (voice)), Lauren Tom (as Additional Voices)
Описание: В далёком прошлом существо Аку, умеющее менять форму по своему желанию, принесло на Землю смерть и разрушение. Последней надеждой людей стал юноша, посланный на обучение мастерству воина-самурая. Но когда он возвращается уже повзрослевшим, то, не без помощи Аку, оказывается перенесённым в будущее через портал в неизвестное место и время. В новом для него месте местные зовут его Джек и помогают ему вернуться в прошлое, чтобы исправить всё зло, сотворённое Аку
Рецензии: Gennedy Tartovsky (sp?), who created this series, is also the creator of Dexter's Laboratory, a sporadically clever and funny show whose art is more or less ripped off almost entirely from the style of John K, the creator of Ren and Stimpy, possibly the best animated series of the past decade. Samurai Jack shows growth. The majority of its animation shows a lot Tartovsky's own style and not as much of John K's. However, I have a suspicion that its comedy, which is horribly clunky and seemingly crammed in, and also completely ripped-off from Ren and Stimpy, was forced in not by Tartovsky, but by Cartoon Network, the least imaginative network on television after Lifetime. Cartoon Network was one of the best channels on cable. Now its a haven for stupid brats and sugar-coated, hyperactive, brain-rotting crud. They probably figured that a pure action series, at least a pure action Cartoon-Cartoon, would not go over with the kiddies, that their swiss cheese brains would get bored and start channel surfing. Samuai Jack has an amazing kinetic energy - it could be considered one of the best action cartoons ever created, if the comedy didn't interrupt the action so often. I doubt I'll seek it out in the future, but if I see that it's on, I might stop turning the channels.