While a touch of food poisoning put me down for the count, and away from the blog for awhile, it could not prevent me from catching the Season 5 premiere of Samurai Jack Saturday night.
I was a huge fan of Samurai Jack, I even have all four seasons on DVD, and I was eagerly awaiting the fifth, and likely last, season.
I had some apprehensions when I heard that Jack was no longer the white-robed, sword-wielding man of the previous four seasons. A motorcycle-riding, guns-blazing warrior didn’t seem to fit the whole Samurai motif.
But somehow they’ve made it work, at least one episode in at any rate. Without laying down any spoilers, Season 5 looks to be set for a great run and I hope, if this is really the last season for Jack, that they wrap up his story by season’s end.
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