History NightmareFuel / SamuraiJack

10th Sep '16 3:50:49 PM SorPepita
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* And the Minions of Set episode, it's only against three beings. But these are creatures that Jack himself ''cannot'' stop. Any cut he makes the limbs grow back instantly and the Minions continue the chase. Jack is forced to run and go on the defensive for the rest of the episode as he tries to locate artifact pieces that will help defeat the Minions. Nearly getting killed in the process. To say it's tense is an understatement.
** Jack had to rely on the power of a ''god'' to destroy them. The god himself, Ra[[note]]The very same Ra that, along with Odin and Vishnu, destroyed the evil entity that would spawn Aku[[/note]], was pretty creepy as well in the fact that he did so with very little effort, the fact that he towers over Jack, and that he does nothing but stare at Jack, not even speaking when Jack asks him if he knows a way to return to his own time.
--->'''Jack:''' These creatures are more powerful than anything I have ever encountered...



* And the Minions of Set episode, it's only against three beings. But these are creatures that Jack himself ''cannot'' stop. Any cut he makes the limbs grow back instantly and the minions continue the chase. Jack is forced to run and go on the defensive for rest of the episode as he tries to locate artifact pieces that will help defeat the minions. Nearly getting killed in the process. To say it's tense is an understatement.
** Jack had to rely on the power of a ''god'' to destroy them. The god himself, Ra[[note]]The very same Ra that, along with Odin and Vishnu, destroyed the evil entity that would spawn Aku[[/note]], was pretty creepy as well in the fact that he did so with very little effort, the fact that he towers over Jack, and that he does nothing but stare at Jack, not even speaking when Jack asks him if he knows a way to return to his own time.
--->'''Jack:''' These creatures are more powerful than anything I have ever encountered...
6th Sep '16 3:32:49 PM SorPepita
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* The creatures that Jack fights in "Chicken Jack" ranged from downright creepy to outrageously grotesque. And this was a lighter episode!



* The creatures that Jack fights in "Chicken Jack" ranged from downright creepy to outrageously grotesque. And this was a lighter episode!
28th Aug '16 3:53:21 PM SorPepita
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** The family was unaware they themselves were MechanicalLifeforms, only feasting on "the mother" when her face was revealed to be robotic. [[FridgeHorror Who's to say they weren't originally people who underwent some sort of memory-erasing]] UnwillingRoboticization? What if their story about being "survivors" of a raid was true, and they woke up after being experimented on, perfectly ordinary but having a violent taste for metal? As there's no backstory regarding them, NothingIsScarier is in full effect.* The episode "Jack and the Ultra-robots" is worth mentioning, especially the [[DesolationShot second city]]. [[SceneryGorn Mutilated robots with horrific faces strewn about, some of them on pikes,]] [[SymbolicBlood and oil EVERYWHERE]].

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** The family was unaware they themselves were MechanicalLifeforms, only feasting on "the mother" when her face was revealed to be robotic. [[FridgeHorror Who's to say they weren't originally people who underwent some sort of memory-erasing]] UnwillingRoboticization? What if their story about being "survivors" of a raid was true, and they woke up after being experimented on, perfectly ordinary but having a violent taste for metal? As there's no backstory regarding them, NothingIsScarier is in full effect.effect.
* The episode "Jack and the Ultra-robots" is worth mentioning, especially the [[DesolationShot second city]]. [[SceneryGorn Mutilated robots with horrific faces strewn about, some of them on pikes,]] [[SymbolicBlood and oil EVERYWHERE]].



* Demongo, ''dear God.'' Not only is he an EldritchAbomination, he steals the souls and keeps the skulls of all the warriors he's slain. Skulls that he ''wears on his chest.'' Skulls that he can toss out to summon the ghosts of the fallen warriors to do his bidding, all of which have creepy blue mind-control eyes.



* Demongo, ''dear God.'' Not only is he an EldritchAbomination, he steals the souls and keeps the skulls of all the warriors he's slain. Skulls that he ''wears on his chest.'' Skulls that he can toss out to summon the ghosts of the fallen warriors to do his bidding, all of which have creepy blue mind-control eyes.
16th Aug '16 3:14:34 PM SorPepita
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** The family was unaware they themselves were MechanicalLifeforms, only feasting on "the mother" when her face was revealed to be robotic. [[FridgeHorror Who's to say they weren't originally people who underwent some sort of memory-erasing]] UnwillingRoboticization? What if their story about being "survivors" of a raid was true, and they woke up after being experimented on, perfectly ordinary but having a violent taste for metal? As there's no backstory regarding them, NothingIsScarier is in full effect.

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** The family was unaware they themselves were MechanicalLifeforms, only feasting on "the mother" when her face was revealed to be robotic. [[FridgeHorror Who's to say they weren't originally people who underwent some sort of memory-erasing]] UnwillingRoboticization? What if their story about being "survivors" of a raid was true, and they woke up after being experimented on, perfectly ordinary but having a violent taste for metal? As there's no backstory regarding them, NothingIsScarier is in full effect.* The episode "Jack and the Ultra-robots" is worth mentioning, especially the [[DesolationShot second city]]. [[SceneryGorn Mutilated robots with horrific faces strewn about, some of them on pikes,]] [[SymbolicBlood and oil EVERYWHERE]].
** Also note that they didn't just attack other robots, they destroyed two other towns, one with little cat-like creatures and another with a population that bore a resemblance to [[StarWars The Sand People.]] The latter of which is notable in that Jack encounters ''no survivors.''



* And the Minions of Set episode, its only against three beings. But these are creatures that Jack himself ''cannot'' stop. Any cut he makes the limbs grow back instantly and the minions continue the chase. Jack is forced to run and go on the defensive for rest of the episode as he tries to locate artifact pieces that will help defeat the minions. Nearly getting killed in the process. To say it's tense is an understatement.

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* And the Minions of Set episode, its it's only against three beings. But these are creatures that Jack himself ''cannot'' stop. Any cut he makes the limbs grow back instantly and the minions continue the chase. Jack is forced to run and go on the defensive for rest of the episode as he tries to locate artifact pieces that will help defeat the minions. Nearly getting killed in the process. To say it's tense is an understatement.



* The episode "Jack and the Ultra-robots" is worth mentioning, especially the [[DesolationShot second city]]. [[SceneryGorn Mutilated robots with horrific faces strewn about, some of them on pikes,]] [[SymbolicBlood and oil EVERYWHERE]].
** Also note that they didn't just attack other robots, they destroyed two other towns, one with little cat-like creatures and another with a population that bore a resemblance to [[StarWars The Sand People.]] The latter of which is notable in that Jack encounters ''no survivors.''
9th Aug '16 4:30:26 AM SorPepita
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* "Jack And The Lava Monster". As Jack comes closer and closer to reaching the end of an increasingly lethal series of traps placed by a cursed warrior, you see ''dozens'' of skeletons strewn about his labyrinth of death, killed in brutally horrific fashion when they each made a lethal mistake on the way in.
** Worse still, after [[spoiler: Jack breaks the curse on the warrior, he returns to human form- but the entire time he was locked away in that demonic prison, he was separated and left untouched from the natural flow of time. With the curse no longer keeping him filled with vitality, the effects of millenia wearing down on his physical body are finally unmasked- he reverts into a frail old man in an instant and dies. Fortunately, [[TearJerker he's carried off to the afterlife paradise of Valhalla to live in eternal bliss.]]]]
** Even earlier, Jack is traveling through the scorched countryside that was once [[spoiler: the Lava Monster's home, implied to be in Norway.]] It's bleak, cold, and littered with ash and corpses. On top of that, there's an ominous voice constantly beckoning Jack to follow it.
---> "Come... ''Come...!''"



* "Jack And The Lava Monster". As Jack comes closer and closer to reaching the end of an increasingly lethal series of traps placed by a cursed warrior, you see ''dozens'' of skeletons strewn about his labyrinth of death, killed in brutally horrific fashion when they each made a lethal mistake on the way in.
** Worse still, after [[spoiler: Jack breaks the curse on the warrior, he returns to human form- but the entire time he was locked away in that demonic prison, he was separated and left untouched from the natural flow of time. With the curse no longer keeping him filled with vitality, the effects of millenia wearing down on his physical body are finally unmasked- he reverts into a frail old man in an instant and dies. Fortunately, [[TearJerker he's carried off to the afterlife paradise of Valhalla to live in eternal bliss.]]]]
** Even earlier, Jack is traveling through the scorched countryside that was once [[spoiler: the Lava Monsters home, implied to be in Norway.]] It's bleak, cold, and littered with ash and dead corpses. On top of that, there's an ominous voice constantly beckoning Jack to follow it.
---> "Come... ''Come...!''"
9th Aug '16 4:26:13 AM SorPepita
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* Episode 15, "Jack's Tales", has Jack encounter a family of metal-eating robots. The robots, in a fit of hunger, rip each other to shreds, and the insides of the robots look just graphically enough like human flesh to creep you out.
** The family was unaware they themselves were MechanicalLifeforms, only feasting on "the mother" when her face was revealed to be robotic. [[FridgeHorror Who's to say they weren't originally people who underwent some sort of memory-erasing]] UnwillingRoboticization? What if their story about being "survivors" of a raid was true, and they woke up after being experimented on, perfectly ordinary but having a violent taste for metal? As there's no backstory regarding them, NothingIsScarier is in full effect.



* Episode 15, "Jack's Tales", has Jack encounter a family of metal-eating robots. The robots, in a fit of hunger, rip each other to shreds, and the insides of the robots look just graphically enough like human flesh to creep you out.
** The family was unaware they themselves were MechanicalLifeforms, only feasting on "the mother" when her face was revealed to be robotic. [[FridgeHorror Who's to say they weren't originally people who underwent some sort of memory-erasing]] UnwillingRoboticization? What if their story about being "survivors" of a raid was true, and they woke up after being experimented on, perfectly ordinary but having a violent taste for metal? As there's no backstory regarding them, NothingIsScarier is in full effect.
7th Aug '16 4:30:58 AM SorPepita
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** ''The Haunted House'' seriously needs to be seen to be believed. The creepy visions Jack keeps seeing to some unnamed thing attacking the occupants of the house, the eerie tranquility in the fake tea room, not to mention that, unlike most villains who appear on the show who all either work for Aku or are involved with him some way, the Demonic Spirit ''has nothing to do with Aku''. Its just... there.

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** ''The Haunted House'' seriously needs to be seen to be believed. The creepy visions Jack keeps seeing to some unnamed thing attacking the occupants of the house, the eerie tranquility in the fake tea room, not to mention that, unlike most villains who appear on the show who all either work for Aku or are involved with him some way, the Demonic Spirit ''has nothing to do with Aku''. Its It's just... there.
9th Jul '16 1:18:31 PM Youtubenut
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* The promo picture for the sixth season shows a much older, war-torn Jack covered in ''blood''.

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* The promo picture for the sixth fifth season shows a much older, war-torn Jack covered in ''blood''.
8th Jul '16 2:00:49 AM Youtubenut
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* The promo picture for the sixth season shows a much older, war-torn Jack covered in ''blood''.
6th Jul '16 3:26:33 PM SorPepita
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** The two-parter explaining his origin adds to his terror. Apparently, he started out as this freaky monster inside the earth that would send large, deep cracks through the ground. The cracks were filled with him as he took the form of a tar-like substance, and he would then ''absorb living creatures'' to get stronger. At one point, a man calls out for his dog, goes to the back of his house, and sees one of the cracks filled with Aku-goop, and ''half the dog's leash sticking out.'' Doubles as a TearJerker when we hear the man's anguished and horrified screams

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** The two-parter explaining his origin adds to his terror. Apparently, he started out as this freaky monster inside the earth that would send large, deep cracks through the ground. The cracks were filled with him as he took the form of a tar-like substance, and he would then ''absorb living creatures'' to get stronger. At one point, a man calls out for his dog, goes to the back of his house, and sees one of the cracks filled with Aku-goop, and ''half the dog's leash sticking out.'' Doubles as a TearJerker when we hear the man's anguished and horrified screams screams.
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