History Awesome / SamuraiJack

10th Jun '16 7:48:03 PM nombretomado
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** The beginning has Aku in a field taunting Jack by playing keep away with a time portal. The ending sees Jack returning, only now having gained the ability to [[InASingleBound jump very very good]].
--> '''Aku:''' "Samurai fool! Your efforts are in vain again. This gateway to the past is once more beyond your rea-"
--> ([[ShutupHannibal Jack lunges 50 feet in the air at Aku]])
--> '''Aku:''' "YOU CAN FLY?!"
--> '''Jack:''' (with a badass smirk) "No. Jump Good."
--> (Cut to credits)



* Samurai Vs. Ninja. The ninja hides perfectly in darkness... so with the angle of the sun temporarily turning everything into either pitch-dark or blinding white light, Jack refashions his kimono into pure white ninja garb and proceeds to fight fire with fire.

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* Samurai "Samurai Vs. Ninja.Ninja". The ninja hides perfectly in darkness... so with the angle of the sun temporarily turning everything into either pitch-dark or blinding white light, Jack refashions his kimono into pure white ninja garb and proceeds to fight fire with fire.



** The nameless blue giant pull out a gun and begins shooting. Jack tries to throw attention off of him by throwing some ninja stars left over from a previous fight at him. The guard's response? Pull out ''another'' gun and shoot the stars out of the air, a bullet apiece, all while keeping the other gun pointed at Jack.



--> '''Ultra-Bot''': "Unbelivable-" *starts to glow, then explodes*

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--> '''Ultra-Bot''': "Unbelivable-" "Unbelievable-" *starts to glow, then explodes*



* Episode XXXIV, "Jack and the Swamp Creature". In a bid to find another route to the past, Jack is led by a loudmouthed hermit, who is [[PaperThinDisguise totally not]] Aku in disguise, to find the Armor of the Titan, Chronos. Jack faces numerous obstacles, but succeeds in gathering the helmet and gauntlets. The Hermit then summons Chronos to destroy Jack, berating the Samurai for [[GoodIsDumb being so stupid]]- until Chronos begins to fall apart. Jack emerges from the swamp, holding up the Eye of Chronos- the crystal from the helmet- and calls out Aku for his own complacency and laziness, telling how he saw the trap coming, before hacking at Aku with his magic sword. Aku manages to escape, but with the Eye, Jack may have the tool he needs to finish him once and for all.
--> '''Jack:''' "Run, you cowardly shadow! For you know your destruction is at hand. It is just a matter of ''time''.
* "Jack and the Lava Monster". Jack is attacked by a Norse warrior turned into the titular lava monster. At one moment Jack decides that their fight is pointless and decides to leave but the the monster '''pleads''' him to carry on as to fall in fair combat is the only way for him to rid himself of the curse and to ascend to Valhalla. Jack ''agrees''.
---> '''Monster:'''(having smacked Jack into a wall) "Rise, warrior! Rise! Honorably must I be defeated! I cannot let up!"
---> '''Jack:''' (ominously) "Do not worry. I have only begun to fight!"



* [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2015/12/02/samurai-jack-to-return-for-new-season-on-adult-swim/ Jack. Is. BACK!]]

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* [[http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2015/12/02/samurai-jack-to-return-for-new-season-on-adult-swim/ Jack. Is. BACK!]]BACK!]]
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19th May '16 7:48:44 PM SilentStranger
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** At least two earlier in that episode, when the results of the training are demonstrated: Jack removes his training weights and just... ''ascends'', and the "peaceful villager" ape tribe give their foes a humiliating defeat, warning them never to return.

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** At least two earlier in that episode, when the results of the training are demonstrated: Jack removes his training weights and just... ''ascends'', ''ascends''. Afterwards, Jack bids his new friends goodbye, and leaves, only to hear the sound of trouble and running back, only to come upon the Tribe and the "peaceful villager" ape tribe give Wild Man using the training Jack gave them to finally get the better of the red gorillas who had been tormenting them for god knows how long, beating the holy hell out of them with various nonlethal traps and fighting moves. Throughout the fight, Jack never shows himself, so the confidence and skills is all their foes own. The final kicker is when the Wild Man has the last few gorillas tied to a humiliating defeat, warning tree ready to sling them never away.
--> '''Wild Man''': Hungry? Here food! *stuffs fruit in the gorillas mouths* Still hungry?! '''HERE MORE!! TAKE IT!!''' *stuffs in more* [[PunctuatedForEmphasis Never. Come. Again]] *signals
to return.the Tribe to cut the rope, sending the gorillas flying far across the treeline*



* The climax of episode XVIII, "Jack and the Ultra-robots", when Jack doesn't retreat when his powered gauntlet runs out of juice, but kneels and prays to the gods that made his sword as the last robot approaches and raises its sword. Then, the true power of Jack's legendary sword is unleashed by the gods' response of divine intervention, and Jack cuts the robot in two in a single blow. "Unbelievable."

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* The climax of episode XVIII, "Jack and the Ultra-robots", when Jack doesn't retreat when his powered gauntlet runs out of juice, but kneels and prays to the gods that made his sword as the last robot approaches and raises its sword. Then, the true power of Jack's legendary sword is unleashed by the gods' response of divine intervention, and Jack cuts the robot in two in a single blow. "Unbelievable."
--> '''Ultra-Bot''': "Unbelivable-" *starts to glow, then explodes*
10th May '16 11:46:18 AM aziuka
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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed, convinced that he had failed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and attacks him no matter what… and that’s when he gets the sword back, good as new, reforged from his own power instead of his father's.

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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed, convinced that he had failed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and [[UnderequippedCharge attacks him no matter what… what…]] and that’s ''that’s'' when he gets the sword back, good as new, this time reforged from his own power instead of his father's.
25th Feb '16 7:38:35 AM aziuka
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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed, convinced that he had failed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and attacks him no matter what… and that’s when he gets the sword back, good as new.

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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed, convinced that he had failed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and attacks him no matter what… and that’s when he gets the sword back, good as new.new, reforged from his own power instead of his father's.
25th Feb '16 7:30:39 AM aziuka
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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and attacks him no matter what… and that’s when he gets the sword back, good as new.

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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed.empty-handed, convinced that he had failed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and attacks him no matter what… and that’s when he gets the sword back, good as new.
25th Feb '16 5:50:20 AM aziuka
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* One from the IDW comics: when Jack's sword breaks, he is brought before Odin, Ra and Vishnu to prove that he is worthy of wielding it in the first place. He goes through hell and back to pass the gods’ tests, ready to give his life if necessary, but still wakes up empty-handed. In this moment, Aku catches up with him, but instead of fleeing, Jack steels himself and attacks him no matter what… and that’s when he gets the sword back, good as new.
--> Yes, Aku. ''I am the weapon.''
4th Jan '16 5:20:16 PM LBHills
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* The third episode of the show - also the last third of the Compilation Movie that served as the show's pilot - cuts to its mid-episode break as Jack and the sentient dogs he's trying to free finish preparations for fighting Aku's incoming robot horde. When the break is over, the show gives us the fight between Jack and the robot horde... ten minutes of awesome action.
** After Jack has single-handedly reduced an entire army of ceaseless beetle drones to a scant handful, he stares the remaining forces down while soaked in oil (their blood). Then one of these unstoppable battle robots (which probably aren't even programmed to understand the concept of "retreat") hesitates... and takes a step backwards...
---> '''Jack:''' [[LittleNo No.]] ''[[PreAssKickingOneLiner There is]] [[PreMortemOneLiner no escape.]]''



* The third episode of the show - also the last third of the Compilation Movie that served as the show's pilot - cuts to its mid-episode break as Jack and the sentient dogs he's trying to free finish preparations for fighting Aku's incoming robot horde. When the break is over, the show gives us the fight between Jack and the robot horde... ten minutes of awesome action.
** After Jack has single-handedly reduced an entire army of ceaseless beetle drones to a scant handful, he stares the remaining forces down while soaked in oil (their blood). Then one of these unstoppable battle robots (which probably aren't even programmed to understand the concept of "retreat") hesitates... and takes a step backwards...
---> '''Jack:''' [[LittleNo No.]] ''[[PreAssKickingOneLiner There is]] [[PreMortemOneLiner no escape.]]''
4th Jan '16 5:19:23 PM LBHills
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** Six bounty hunters team up in hopes of bringing down Jack and split the considerable bounty. They end up combining their individual plans which all had some flaw that Jack would be able to exploit, and it seems like it could work... but Jack avoids every single attack as easily as he would have had they been attempted individually.



* The "battle" between Jack and the "Tree Blind Mice" who are actually archers.

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* The "battle" between Jack and the "Tree vs. The Three Blind Mice" Archers was one of the most impressive battles of the series. The three archers are the guardians of a well that grants a single wish to anyone who are actually archers.can defeat them in battle. Earlier in the episode, we learned that these guys destroyed an entire army of robots as if they were no more threatening than a tiny mouse. Jack takes all three of them on by himself and wins.



* Jack's time in the Dome of Doom, particularly when he defeats a 700-ton alien sumo wrestler by tickling him.



* Six bounty hunters team up in hopes of bringing down Jack and split the considerable bounty. They end up combining their individual plans which all had some flaw that Jack would be able to exploit, and it seems like it could work... but Jack avoids every single attack as easily as he would have had they been attempted individually.

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* Six bounty hunters team up in hopes of bringing down Jack and split the considerable bounty. They end up combining their individual plans which all had some flaw that Jack would be able to exploit, and it seems like it could work... but Jack avoids every single attack as easily as ** Particularly when he would have had they been attempted individually.defeats a 700-ton alien sumo wrestler by tickling him.



* Jack vs. The Three Blind Archers was one of the most impressive battles of the series. The three archers are the guardians of a well that grants a single wish to anyone who can defeat them in battle. Earlier in the episode, we learned that these guys destroyed an entire army of robots as if they were no more threatening than a tiny mouse. Jack takes all three of them on by himself and wins.
4th Jan '16 5:15:50 PM LBHills
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* The Scotsman's Wife punches an elder Celtic Demon in the crotch and headbutts him, then follows up by ripping the entire demon army to shreds with her bare hands, and in a couple of cases, with her ''teeth.'' She doesn't hesitate or pause in her rampage. Well, except for a funny moment where she rips off a robot's face, leaving it with a skull brain with eyes and brain and she just gives a "WTH look" before continuing.

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* The Scotsman's Wife punches an elder Celtic Demon in the crotch and headbutts him, then follows up by ripping the entire demon army to shreds with her bare hands, and in a couple of cases, with her ''teeth.'' She doesn't hesitate or pause in her rampage. Well, except for a funny moment where she rips off a robot's face, leaving it with a skull revealing an organic brain with eyes and brain goggling eyes, and she just gives a "WTH look" "WTH" look before continuing.continuing the devastation.
4th Jan '16 1:19:21 AM LBHills
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** After Jack has single-handedly reduced an entire army of ceaseless beetle drones to a scant handful, he stares the remaining forces down while soaked in oil (their blood). Then one of these unstoppable battle robots (which probably aren't even programmed to understand the concept of "retreat") hesitates... and takes a step backwards.
*** Jack's response to this? "[[LittleNo No.]] '''[[PreAssKickingOneLiner There is]] [[PreMortemOneLiner no escape.]]'''"

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** After Jack has single-handedly reduced an entire army of ceaseless beetle drones to a scant handful, he stares the remaining forces down while soaked in oil (their blood). Then one of these unstoppable battle robots (which probably aren't even programmed to understand the concept of "retreat") hesitates... and takes a step backwards.
*** Jack's response to this? "[[LittleNo
backwards...
---> '''Jack:''' [[LittleNo
No.]] '''[[PreAssKickingOneLiner ''[[PreAssKickingOneLiner There is]] [[PreMortemOneLiner no escape.]]'''"]]''
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