When Aku is reborn to set forth his reign of terror, the Emperor's son is sent off to learn the ways of the samurai. That boy becomes a man and attempts to slay Aku with a mighty sword, but Aku banishes him to the future.
The Samurai lands in the future and is named Jack. He is enlisted by a race of dogs to destroy Aku.
Jack gets weapons and beats back Aku's army of beetles saving the canine race.
Jack helps free the Woolies from the tyrannical Chritchellites.
When Jack mistakenly destroys a group of scientists' chance to escape Aku, he and the scientists join forces to try and fix the problem, hopefully returning Jack home as well.
Aku morphs himself into a woman in order to keep Jack from returning to the past to destroy him.
Jack must get past three blind archers to reach an all-powerful wishing well.
Jack meets up with Mad Jack and must battle his darker self.
Jack has an underwater adventure with a jelly-whale and sea monkeys while hunting for an ancient time portal.
Jack goes through a cave full of challenges only to find an old warrior longing to reach Valhalla.
When Jack and a Scotsman meet on a never-ending bridge, they end up shackled together and on the run from bounty hunters.
Jack hooks up with some Chicago gangsters to try and get close to Aku.
Aku tells fairy tales to the children to try and win them over to his side instead of Jack's.
Jack comes upon a monkey-man and agrees to train his tribe in the ways of defending themselves if the monkey-man teaches him how to "jump good".
Story 1: Jack vs. the Worm. Story 2: The Metal-Eaters. Story 3: Jack, the Gargoyle, and the Fairy.
Jack is kidnapped and placed in a chain gang of warriors chosen to battle in front of a coliseum audience against the Dome of Doom's Champions.
The Scotsman needs Jack's help to save his kidnapped wife. But this woman is hardly the distressed damsel the Scotsman makes her out to be.
Jack goes from destroyed village to another looking for those responsible, only to find the destruction was commissioned by Aku.
After 50 long years of battling Aku, Samurai Jack has started to slip into madness and finds that his psyche has now become his own worst enemy.
Jack's will to survive is pushed to its absolute limits after a deadly, unseen foe launches a relentless surprise attack.
A gravely injured Samurai Jack chooses to create his own fate by going up against the deadliest foes he's ever faced, Assassins from the Cult of Aku.
Samurai Jack must work with a deadly assassin bent on his destruction in order to escape the strange, otherworldly insides of a gargantuan creature that has swallowed them whole.
Samurai Jack fights to save a group of enslaved people from being harvested as the power source for a monstrous Mega-Robot.
Ashi's search for Samurai Jack helps her to see his affect on the world after encountering numerous people and places where his heroics have changed things for the better.
Jack and Ashi must overcome a series of dangerous physical and spiritual tests in order to recover Jack's long lost sword.
The burgeoning relationship between Samurai Jack and Ashi takes an unexpected turn after they find themselves hunted by one of the galaxy's deadliest creatures.
Samurai Jack's worst fear is realized when he faces off against Aku, and the demon makes a shocking discovery about Ashi that puts her in grave danger.
The fate of the entire universe hangs in the balance as Samurai Jack faces Aku in the final showdown between good versus evil.
Show creator Genndy Tartakovsky and composer Tyler Bates discuss the crucial role of sound design. Samurai Jack premieres Saturday, March 11th at 11pm ET on Adult Swim.
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