Samurai Jack #6 Reviews!

Samurai Jack #6 came out this week and it included the triumphant return of the Scotsman, one of the series’ most infamous characters. What did reviewers think of it? Read on and find out…

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Shadowhawk’s Shade: 10/10 “Overall, this was a far better issue than I was expecting. The story was definitely a big surprise, and I honestly have zero complaints about it. Zero. None.”

Rock! Shock! Pop!: “It’s another fine entry in the run, and if you’ve enjoyed what the creative team has done with the series so far you’ll enjoy this too.”

The Outhouse: “I feel this is Jim Zub’s strongest issue to date, as it shows his writing strength, with all its twists and turns. Samurai Jack takes everything enjoyable about the television show and expands on it, never once feeling rehashed.”

Geeked Out Nation: “Samurai Jack #6 is a great start for the new story arc. It is all setup for the story going forward and is very new reader friendly. With the welcome return of a fan favorite character, it is not one to be missed.”

Unleash the Fanboy: “The art by Brittney Williams effortlessly captures the style of the original cartoon. Add in the colors by Josh Burcham and you have a rock-solid display that does not disappoint.”

Comic Book Therapy: 4/5 “This puts Jack and the Scotsman in a brand-new predicament, the likes of which we’ve never seen before. This is a strong story in its own right, but the humor really sets it over the top.”

Nerds on the Rocks: 6/7 “Jim Zub amazes me with his ability to take a storyline that seems relatively thin on the surface and turns it into a rich, thick, personality and character driven tale that never drags its feet.”

Razorfine: 4/5 “The return of The Scotsman (whatever his current form) and the unique nature of the story set-up what should be one of Jack’s more memorable adventures (with some nice art by Brittney Williams).”

Comic Booked: 5/5 “This zany plotline for the next couple of issues is exactly the kind of thing to expect from Samurai Jack in his time travelling escapades.”

  1. Hi! I’m the reviewer from Comic Booked that you quoted at the end of this post. Thanks for the inclusion! I’m hoping to break into the comic world as a writer and I’ve definitely been taking some mental notes down from your style I’ve seen in this series. I’m looking forward to the next issue!

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