Samurai Jack #15 Reviews


Samurai Jack #15 arrived in comic shops last week, wrapping up our “Quest of the Broken Blade” story arc. Andy Suriano, Josh Burcham, and I put our all into this one and it seems to be resonating strongly with fans of the original cartoon as we put Jack through the wringer.

Starting from what was only supposed to be a five issue mini-series, we’ve extended our run multiple times, adding new characters and plot lines to the award-winning cartoon. I’m incredibly proud of the work our team has done on Samurai Jack and, if you get a chance to give it a read, I hope you enjoy our tale of redemption.

IGN: 8.8/10 “This is a mostly action-oriented tale, and one Andy Suriano renders with fenetic grace and energy. It pays homage to the show while also lending its own texture and darkness to Jack’s world.”

Comic Bastards: 5/5 “I shall be keeping up with the story and you should start reading this comic as well.”

Major Spoilers: 4.5/5 “I highly recommend you get into this comic! It’s like Samurai Jack never left!”

Rock! Shock! Pop!: “I keep waiting for this series to drop in quality or do something to shatter the idea that this is a continuation of the gone but not forgotten animated series. Fifteen issues in and that hasn’t happened yet.”

Shadowhawk’s Shade: 10/10 “Team Jack is all about exploring the hidden corners of Genndy Tartakovsky’s masterpiece for Cartoon Network. They have done a pretty good job so far and, as they close out the current arc, they show once again just what the incredible potential of their work really is.”

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