When did Samurai Jack come out?

August 10, 2001Samurai Jack / First episode date

What happens at the end of Samurai Jack?

Three years ago, Samurai Jack, the seemingly forever traveling hero of the eponymously named Cartoon Network series, finally found his ending. For some, it was extremely bittersweet because Jack (Phil LaMarr) finally found the love of his life, Ashi (Tara Strong), only to lose her due to the results of a time paradox.

What is Samurai Jack’s real name?

Adopting the alias “Jack”, the samurai makes it his mission to find a way back to his time and prevent Aku’s post-apocalyptic dystopia….Samurai Jack (character)

Jack The Samurai
Voiced by Phil LaMarr Jonathan Osser (young) Keith Ferguson (Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion)
In-universe information
Full name Jack

Who composed Samurai Jack theme?

Samurai Jack
Theme music composer Will Adams George Pajon Jr. Tyler Bates (S5)
Opening theme “Samurai Jack” (S1–4)
Ending theme “Samurai Jack”
Composers James L. Venable (S1–4) Tyler Bates Joanne Higginbottom Dieter Hartmann (S5) Paul Dinletir (S1–4)

Is Ashi alive?

Shakespearean in nature, Ashi died after Jack slayed Aku and thought life, for once, would work out in his favor. Tartakovsky told Polygon that from the initial planning stages, the intention was always to have Jack fall in love. He would accomplish his goal of defeating Aku, but the end result had to be tragic.

Did Jack ever beat Aku?

Ashi argues with Aku and discovers she possesses her father’s powers, using them to retrieve Jack’s sword and send herself and Jack back in time to the moment right after Aku first flung Jack into the future. Jack finally kills Aku and destroys his tower, and Ashi feels Aku’s essence leave her.

What does Akuma mean in English?

It is often translated to devil in English, or demon (see oni). Akuma is the name assigned to Satan in Japanese Christianity, and the Mara in Japanese Buddhism.