Samurai Jack - Season 5
Back to the exciting events of the series 'Samurai Jack' which follows the hero Samurai jack, who travels through the time to battle the evil people and saves the world from the crime. So, another season of this series depicts the state of Samurai, which destroys after 50 long years of battling Aku and he starts to think that his Psyche is the worst enemy for him.
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Matt Zoller Seitz New York Magazine/Vulture
March 09, 2017 There's an uncanny power to this series that defies language, and it's rooted in Samurai Jack's commitment to formal experimentation.Read in Source
Scout Davidson Common Sense Media
March 21, 2017 This beautifully drawn, animated, and edited cartoon is a cut above most.Read in Source
Eric Thurm AV Club
March 13, 2017 I love Samurai Jack's action sequences, but something tells me this season will spend a bit more time exploring interiors.Read in Source
Ken Tucker Yahoo! TV
March 08, 2017 I'm happy to report that this cartoon created by Genndy Tartakovsky is as exciting, beautiful, and multilayered as it ever was.Read in Source
Joshua Yehl IGN Movies
March 08, 2017 The return of Samurai Jack is a slam dunk that shatters the glass. Everything that made the original show so great is back with more intensity and maturity.Read in Source
Sarah Moran ScreenRant
March 13, 2017 Jack is back and better than ever. The years may not have been kind to the samurai, but his suffering makes for good television, promising a contemplative and compelling season.Read in Source
Eric Kohn indieWire
March 03, 2017 It's hard to tell if this tighter approach to episodic storytelling will reach a satisfying end, since Tartakovsky excels more at bringing us into the heat of the moment than exploring a bigger picture. But he's off to a promising start.Read in Source
Daniel Kurland Den of Geek
March 09, 2017 Tartakovsky fills screens with flowing purple sunsets or lush forests that are nothing short of looking at a dream.Read in Source
Joseph Hernandez We Got This Covered
March 04, 2017 Samurai Jack season 5 is a matured continuation to the saga that's action packed, emotionally affecting, beautifully animated and endlessly entertaining.Read in Source
Robert Lloyd Los Angeles Times
March 10, 2017 Everything glows. One hopes for a happy ending, of course, but what matters most is shape and color, the abstraction of rain on stone, the sun through the trees. It makes "Samurai Jack" endlessly rewatchable: Every picture tells a story.Read in Source
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