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JACK IS BACK, NIGGAS! by Punsy McHale - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 18:06:27 EST ID:zdIAs1KV No.378698 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Live stream marathon over here if anyone's interested

Morgan Freeman - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 00:17:08 EST ID:gQxTp8dm No.378718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Thank you stranger.

Bismuth for SLAYER
Garrus Vakarian - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 04:39:08 EST ID:l2RekcII No.378723 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And now it's made for the adult audience.........YAHOOOOOO!!!!
I fucking loved the trailer!
Professor Charles Xavier - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 10:05:20 EST ID:hGCK1Abv No.378731 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I never finished this series, saw maybe 1.5 seasons. Is there ever any real plot or can I jump in with the adult reboot/relaunch? Is Jack still trying to go back to the past, or does he get there at the end of season 2 and have new plots in seasons 3 and 4?
Elijah Wood - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 12:07:05 EST ID:CeVkcBY5 No.378733 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nah I don't think he ever got to the past.

Thanks for the link, OP. I'm going to veg out and marathon some today because I never saw too much of it. The stream should be repeating in around 4 hours so thats enough time to get snacks and booze
Marvin the Martian - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 12:43:43 EST ID:w12nI5x7 No.378734 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>378731 He came close one time but got defeated by a massive Guardian. One of the few times Jack lost badly. Forgot which episode that is but it's one of the later ones I think.
Keira Knightley - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 17:37:19 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.378740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I always wondered and it wasn't made super clear, if Jack was bouncing around timelines, being at a different time in various episodes...but now that I'm older I realize the world he's in is probably just really diverse. Jungle towns, future towns, etc.
Montgomery Scott - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 20:42:47 EST ID:d/W8NKSP No.378903 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hope all the kids from the rave and aku's fairy tales are now old men and women who've lost faith in him.
Stanley Kubrick - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 06:16:57 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.378918 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Really? It seemed obvious to me that Aku sent him to the far, far, far, far future where there's all manner of bizarre realms and regions.

Though, the insanely diverse settings for each episode would be better explained if it was explained that some of the episodes took place on different planets, imo.

Like episode 1 with all the dog miners or whatever, that would be dog planet. Then there could be Victorian England planet, old school mobster planet, and so on.

But according to Wiki, all of this takes place on Earth and the strange and colorful settings are just different regions of the planet. Maybe Aku made the world a little bigger?
Frankenstein's Monster - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 22:03:37 EST ID:j/flY2/C No.378952 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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very excite
Cujo - Wed, 15 Feb 2017 05:57:49 EST ID:8H0Bdgjb No.378999 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i have always liked how they made earth diverse instead of taking scenes to different planets with completely homogeneous scenery. it's kind of dumb how shows, movies and games do shit like "this or that planet is a FOORESTT PLANET, it's just FOOREESTS ALL THE WAY AROUND" i'm not saying it's dumb because it's not realistic i'm saying it's dumb because it's boring. just think how fucking diverse real earth is and has always been.

(namek is the WORST offender, i mean it's just water with some rocks coming out of it and a few houses scattered around.)

in samurai jack it's a real neat setting because the antagonist has been present throughout history, through humanity's first contact with aliens and dogs developing intelligence and all the other crazy shit. it really feels like a world instead of just a backdrop for awesome action
Dumpf02 - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 04:34:33 EST ID:qqiW37wr No.379040 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> insanely diverse settings for each episode would be better explained if it was explained that some of the episodes took place on different planets
It's like you never travelled outside your street ever....

Is AKU going to be in the new season because he was missing in the trailer...
Ryan Murphy - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 04:40:24 EST ID:pZl8Lzwc No.379042 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The voice actor for him died and replacing him with anyone just wouldn't work.
Tom Chaney - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 12:30:56 EST ID:ZA/8vNjg No.379067 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Maybe Jack killed Aku which is why he no longer has his sword... And why he is trapped in the future.

As a way to explain why Aku is absent due to his VA dying, of course.
Carl Grimes - Thu, 16 Feb 2017 14:05:06 EST ID:uCCraXWh No.379071 Ignore Report Quick Reply
they could use the guy they used to replace Iroh in avatar, but it's really obvious that it isn't him. it's almost jarring every time the new voice actor speaks, even though you can clearly tell he's trying to sound like Iroh/Aku. Kinda funny how they chose his character's niece in avatar to be the new villain in Samura Jack. I wonder if that was intentional, they've exported character personalities before. They use talking dog in samurai jack from ppg, and avatar's Varrick is literally just his actor's previous character Mentok from Birdman minus the powers.
Nichelle Nichols - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 08:21:20 EST ID:LRiIxLDo No.380218 Report Quick Reply
new season started, bump.
AnswerisB - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 11:17:28 EST ID:a3hlrXcA No.380235 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm fucking stoked for a number of reasons:

-Art and animation styles kept true to original series, but are much crisper

-Jack's guilt from his complacence is getting the better of his psyche and there's a greater emphasis on what he has to lose if he doesn't get his ass back in gear.

-Jack has an enemy besides Aku that has a backstory and, unlike the vast majority of Jack's past foes, is a living, breathing soul(s) in the Daughters of Aku (maybe the main one becomes a love interest later on?)

-They didn't give Aku away up front and are making the viewer wonder what has changed about him (besides his VA).

-The first assassin Jack fights is creative and fun. Sets a good precedent for things to come. Neat that Jack collects his weapon and will be using it in the next ep

-Jack with guns, blood, and motorcycles.

-Jack having to fight his way back to his sword.

9.5/10 reintro for me. Not gonna miss an ep of this new season.
StimLioness !JM2DTgXfqU - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 11:32:55 EST ID:7TMN8Kzy No.380237 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Oh shit I heard this is back with new episodes, but I didn't fully believe it!

I'm excited <3

Lotta good goin down in the cartoon world lately.
Johnathan E - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 00:28:17 EST ID:b71PInq9 No.380261 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bump, Just saw the new episode, I enjoyed it, can't wait for next episode. HOWEVER, When the robot swordsman assassin called up aku, the person on the other line sounded like the director literally didn't even try to get anybody who sounded close to the original actor. If that was aku, he sounded like a withered grandpa, not an ageless evil entity.
Lt. Shane Vansen - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 04:26:37 EST ID:F6Gt6biu No.380266 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Nice setup to the "new" Samurai Jack. It's darker without losing some of its fun stuff (eg. antenna dog-people, musical assassin)
Looks like Jack is going kill a person for reals...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQkj7RpCGNU [spoiler]
Johnathan E - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 17:37:50 EST ID:b71PInq9 No.380278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have a feeling that the dark samurai horseman has something to do with how jack lost his sword, the only hints I have to go by are how the horseman has a green aura and during the micro-flashback in which jack loses his sword the place is predominantly green colored so this is just mindless speculation.
Martin Bayfield - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 23:51:13 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.380286 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The spooky samurai man stuff reminds me a lot of the fat man with yellow eyes from Legion lol
Meeklo Braca - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 00:12:12 EST ID:oXAy+zkd No.380288 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i think the dark horseman is an alter-ego of jack. a horrible villain that he sees himself becoming, like its his fate, even though its a nightmare to him hes pulled to become this cruel killing persona.

or im full of shit which is very likely lol

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 15-03-2017 10:50:36
Tony Montana - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 02:09:55 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.380290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It reminds me of the Demon from that Bruce Lee movie, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. In the movie, Bruce (played by Jason Scott Lee.
First meeting

Bruces Battle

The story goes that Lees family had an ancient curse placed on them, and a demon would hunt Lee through time and space...endlessly.
Maybe Aku placed a curse on Jack?
Meeklo Braca - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 15:00:42 EST ID:oXAy+zkd No.380300 Ignore Report Quick Reply

or maybe he dropped the sword into a magical energy source that was tainted by aku, and the sword personified into an evil opponent of jack, and since his sword was forged by the gods and is basically unbeatable, he doesnt currently have a strong enough weapon to counter the sword-man. so he always hides from it. nigga needs some magic runes laddie
Eowyn - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 21:03:33 EST ID:b71PInq9 No.380310 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I had considered this was well, the reason Jack is so afraid of the visage of a mounted samurai (which visually has themes of typical ancient feudal samurai attire) could be what jack fears he himself will become in his pursuit to undo the past, possibly part of a realization that he could choose to ignore the suffering around him and become a ruthless warlord killer in order to finally take down Aku and un-make all of the existing suffering as a result but as a consequence losing himself and his principles.
Orel Puppington - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 22:36:21 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.380312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think Jack already killed Aku, lost his sword in the process, which is why he's still trapped in the far future and why the "Daughters of Aku" or "Wives of Aku" or whatever they're called have such a hate-boner for him.
David Cronenberg - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 02:24:33 EST ID:e7KNWab7 No.380318 Ignore Report Quick Reply
All I want out of this is a solid ending to the whole thing. Its a dream that this series back on the air. They have a chance to wrap this up so many ways. But I really get the feeling jacks not going to get a happy ending. I'm almost sure of that shit.
Linda Harrison - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 03:36:57 EST ID:y/52LQwJ No.380320 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I really just hope that they end this daughters of aku arc in the second episode. The show originally didn't have any story arcs that spanned multiple episodes, at least that I can remember. and honestly I think the daughters of aku are boring uninspired villians. what I want to see is Samurai jack back to what it originally was with giving the viewer a new experience with new scenery, locations, characters, and obstacles to overcome with every episode. with the exception of a few reoccurring characters like the scotsman.

This post was edited by C_Higgy on 15-03-2017 10:49:37
Russel Crowe - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 10:23:24 EST ID:YHayp4Fv No.380330 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Solid theory, except for when musical machine man calls Aku on his cell phone.
Steven Seagal - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 12:04:39 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.380334 Ignore Report Quick Reply
But was that Really Aku? If we're right about the theory that Aku is dead...or disappeared...maybe that was an impersonator? A criminal come along with enough balls to pretend to be the big bad? It would be a great reason why the voice is different in the show.
Ryan Atwood - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 20:33:59 EST ID:y/52LQwJ No.380354 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Doubtful. I bet they're going to give some other excuse as to why Aku doesn't sound exactly the same, like "Oh, Aku spent so much time stretching his powers in order to fight jack over the years that he's become slightly weakened", or some nonsense. from what I heard on the phonecall by robotron, Aku sounded haggard and winded, unlike how an ageless evil should sound.
Michael Weston - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 20:44:19 EST ID:82KVXRuB No.380355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fuck, that villain was great. I like the new darker direction, I like the switch up of an actual arc with the daughters but I was worried it would loose it's more over the top cartoon element. This guy made it feel like classic Jack. The fight itself was also great.

I'm all for it. It's the last season of the show, they want to do something bigger with it. This is probably a dated reference but this whole situation sort of reminds me of the show "Reboot". It was a lighthearted show with different situations every episode, then "shit get's real". I'm sure a good amount of anime's are like that too.
Sofia Coppola - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 00:21:48 EST ID:oXAy+zkd No.380363 Ignore Report Quick Reply

yes i agree completely. the rest of the episode was: armor, motorcycle, rocket launcher, machine gun, dual wield trench spikes, electrospear, PTSD (3-4 times), femme death cult

i think the music bot was added very consciously as a balance to all the other elements which were much darker and also as a throwback to the sillier cartoon network era
Karen Gillan - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 11:21:32 EST ID:Ulyzkcgg No.380412 Ignore Report Quick Reply

No, I'm betting it's the real Aku. And that we're just going to have to be adults and realize that Mako is dead and so Genndy is doing the best he can with what he could find.
Zed - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:42:09 EST ID:e0rWJ/rk No.380419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So why is Jack still trapped in the past?
Aku is a cheap little faggot who would destroy the only way back just before being killed.
Sansa Stark - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 18:15:53 EST ID:y/52LQwJ No.380425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>So why is Jack still trapped in the past?

Did you even watch the episode? I'm not going to bother spoiler-texting just to explain it to you, go watch it.

>Aku is a cheap little faggot who would destroy the only way back just before being killed.
>the only way back just before being killed.
>the only way back

Back in the original series it was shown in many episodes that there were MANY ways for jack to get back to the past but every time he got close to one, Aku popped up and thwarted him or some other circumstance prevented Jack fro making it back to the past.
Michael Garibaldi - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 01:25:51 EST ID:fKP3KIM1 No.380443 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Music & Talk vs Silence
Bernardo Bertolucci - Sat, 18 Mar 2017 23:30:05 EST ID:5QFQFiGU No.380482 Ignore Report Quick Reply

>Jack kills a person.
Was anyone else expecting it to be by impalement?
Dr. Virjay - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 02:21:43 EST ID:VOM+/yQu No.380486 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Samurai Jack XCIII
Daughters of Aku vs Biker Jack. And then there were six.
Kevin Smith - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 04:33:21 EST ID:HqrsauNp No.380488 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I also thought that jack was going to try to impale somebody but then the already broken axe he had got cut in half. I just think its too bad that a lot of the more important scenes were half-spoiled in the advertisements that aired even before episode one came out.
Arsene Lupin III - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 20:16:14 EST ID:oXAy+zkd No.380515 Ignore Report Quick Reply

when were you guys expecting an impalement? when he was in the clearing with his spear? or when he had the broken axe? either way even though i knew jack was gonna kill somebody i was quite shocked it happened the way it did. pretty fucking brilliant escape though. as he was realizing what he did i was yelling at the tv "GET YOUR ROBOT TUNING KNIFE DUDE!" little did i know he was way ahead of me

im hoping some wise old wizard friend finds jack and heals the wounds in his body and mind.

also was pretty surprised to see his subconscious telling him he should just kill himself lol. and it is interesting that aku is struggling with their dance psychologically as well.
inb4 c-hig spoilers this whole post

This post was edited by stevens on 19-03-2017 20:30:32
Bilbo Baggins - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 20:44:08 EST ID:HqrsauNp No.380519 Ignore Report Quick Reply
near the end when he had the axe because the axe had a spike on the end using the multi-pronged spear would have been too grisly all at once for a show like samurai jack. technically though he had the tuning fork knife taken from him. so he didn't have that option until after he killed one of the daughters and then realized that specific daughter was the one holding the knife.

>heals the wounds in his body and mind
>and mind

Nah, crazy conflicted jack is what they were going for in this last season.
Dr. Lawrence Gordon - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 01:33:58 EST ID:82KVXRuB No.380531 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>subconscious telling him he should just kill himself lol.

Seppuku/ Harakiri. That's something I always loved about the show. The Samurai character wasn't just an excuse to have a dude with a sword, they actually get into a bunch of samurai themes. Same with this episode, just a darker subject.
Thomas Jerome Newton - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 02:17:10 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.380532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jack sustained massive wounds in this last episode. It was coupled with the white wolf fighting the lions, the wolf is shown in a similar circumstance as Jack., and it got me wondering...have we ever seen Jack get critically wounded before? I mean superficial scrapes and cuts, I know those happened. But have we ever seen Jack get straight up...stabbed? Or slashed deeply? I don't think we have. If I'm wrong, correct me please, thankyou. I think Jack is a deeper metaphor in this series. Now especially. Tartakovsky was supposed to have been making a Jack movie right? It almost feels like THIS is what that movie was supposed to be. Like, this is his dream realized...but not quite...at least that's the sense I'm getting...I feel like he's gone to great lengths to make this particular "season" (I think it was supposed to be the movie) mean something more, possibly on a deeply personal level to Tartakovsky.
Arsene Lupin III - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 02:34:16 EST ID:oXAy+zkd No.380533 Ignore Report Quick Reply

no we do not. we see him knocked out, turned into a chicken, defeated, but never mortally wounded
Bilbo Baggins - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 03:12:00 EST ID:HqrsauNp No.380534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I feel like he's gone to great lengths to make this particular "season" (I think it was supposed to be the movie) mean something more, possibly on a deeply personal level to Tartakovsky

I feel like that's reading a little too much into it, I think whats happening is that we're seeing more insertions of actual samurai tropes, specifically darker ones like how >>380531 like actually considering honor-suicide based on circumstantial perceived failure.
Sark - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:16:13 EST ID:TyAk5TFk No.380537 Report Quick Reply
Maybe I forget shit from the OG show. What was so special about Jack's sword where he feels useless without it? Was it magical, or just something sacred that to lose it is to lose ones honor?
Blackie-Chan - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 07:30:01 EST ID:EniZst1U No.380539 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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In one of the made-for-tv movies produced after the show ended, they reveal that Jack's sword is blessed by the gods and imbued with the spirit of his dad, the first person to make a solid attempt at killing/banishing Aku. At first it was a normal sword, but the gods (Odin, Ra, and Vishnu) blessed his sword before the final battle and Jack's ancestor managed to seal away Aku as the ugly tree seen at the beginning of episode 1.
This is why Jack's sword was always able to slice through anything evil.
Sark - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 08:48:03 EST ID:TyAk5TFk No.380541 Report Quick Reply
So in the OG show, he was always fighting with the equivalent of video game cheat codes, and now he's stuck fighting by mortal rules? Cool.
Master Chief - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 10:02:28 EST ID:CeVkcBY5 No.380543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The sword also can't harm anything pure I think. Aku got a hold of it once and it just bounces off Jacks chest
Bilbo Baggins - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 14:49:20 EST ID:HqrsauNp No.380550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>at first it was a normal sword

Wrong, jacks father rode a magical Pegasus to a temple in the clouds where the sword was waiting. That shit was magical even before his dad laid hands on it.

And yeah, to answer the other guy, jacks sword is the only weapon that can genuinely hurt aku.
Sark - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 16:59:17 EST ID:TyAk5TFk No.380557 Report Quick Reply
So that also explains for me why Aku is hiding from Jack, and Jack doesn't want Aku to learn the sword is gone. I think I officially can follow the plot now.
Roy Neary - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:35:32 EST ID:82KVXRuB No.380568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So I could be wrong but I think his closest call/ most desperate situation was the three Anubis type monsters he fought. This fight reminded me a lot of that except on crack. Maybe it's because I was a bit high but good god that whole sequence was intense. The show has always had good animation but this season is bananas
Don Hertzfeldt - Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:51:37 EST ID:TFZY+26J No.380569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought the animation took a downturn. Most of it is very good, but there's a few parts where the CG is apparent, a lot of the motorcycle parts for example. And the wolf walking was clearly CG puppetry and didn't look good. There's a few things like that I've noticed and it's saddening to see this is the norm for american animation now. Even a show like Jack is not immune.
Kathryn Janeway - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 00:25:02 EST ID:rj1+hQOt No.380572 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I disagree
Pierce Hawthorne - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 00:43:35 EST ID:HqrsauNp No.380574 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I disagree

I second this. The animation processes they're using nowadays is a massive time saver and there are significantly fewer (if any) errors. if they had to use traditional animation methods like the OG series, this last season would never have been made.

On another topic I've come to the decision that I think the green mounted samurai is just Jack's interpretation of the grim reaper, and usually appears when Jack thinks of death, regret, dishonor, and suicide.
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 04:44:08 EST ID:pefsjYai No.380578 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Not knowing Tadakatsu HONDA, the samurai's samurai
Roy Neary - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 13:33:17 EST ID:82KVXRuB No.380587 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Jack Black - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 14:32:47 EST ID:y6eoBUpH No.380588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
whereas in the first episode i assumed the dark green knight to be a negative omen, this time he guided jack to the temple, which led to him managing to survive. perhaps the dark figure is a symbol of jack's duty to carry on, no matter how exhausted or burnt out he may be. perhaps blue jack telling him to kill himself is his weaker, human, corruptible side, and his stronger, honor-bound side keeps manifesting as this pissed off warrior, because he knows he must keep searching for a way, even though he's kinda over it by now, just like aku
John Sheridan - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 15:14:51 EST ID:ZcIyryzD No.380589 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I'm loving the new SJ. The only problem is that the new Aku voice doesn't hold a candle to the old. Such a shame.
Maggie Blinco - Tue, 21 Mar 2017 19:00:54 EST ID:TyAk5TFk No.380593 Report Quick Reply
Well it was obviously going to sound like someone doing an impression. What else would you have them do, chop up old voice clips like when South Park brought back Chef?
Abel Ferrara - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 03:36:09 EST ID:jYWWfnRB No.380605 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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See >>380578
Gotta get his samurai honor back!
Son Gohan - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 13:02:01 EST ID:82KVXRuB No.380614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I was expecting much worse. I think the new VA is doing fine.
Slab Squatthrust - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 13:44:48 EST ID:ZcIyryzD No.380617 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah, I know. It's just such a shame though, the original Aku voice was just incredible.
Mario Bava - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 19:54:34 EST ID:y6eoBUpH No.380631 Ignore Report Quick Reply

"That pillar didn't fall on its own, Aku!"

"... Yes it diiiid!"
Jan Skylar - Thu, 23 Mar 2017 02:27:32 EST ID:XgsH7nii No.380645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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