Samurai Jack's adventures continue at IDW! The war without has been a failure for Aku, so now it's time to wage the war within! Can Jack overcome an opponent who unravels the thoughts and memories that make him a samurai?
SAMURAI JACK #10 is a huge dose of fun. It hits us with a consistent flow of sharp and purposely over-the-top comedy that kept me smiling and occasionally bursting into laughter. It's a thoroughly satisfying read that keeps us entertained and having a total blast while also showing us make what it is that Jack so special (you know, besides for his skills with a sword!). The only complaint is it feels like a ridiculously quick read, but despite that, this is still still massively recommended to fans of the show. Read Full Review
Although I think Andy Kuhn's art is a little rough in spots, the adventure does offer the artist a chance to draw Aku in several different shapes and sizes and give us variations of younger Jacks. The result is a fun storyline that underscores the fact that Jack's ability in battle and magical sword are far from the samurai's only weapons against the evil that is Aku. Worth a look. Read Full Review
Samurai Jack #10 is a quick, but solid story that explores what really makes Samurai Jack who he is. Zub has a good handle on the character, so it will be interesting to see where Jack goes after all of these personal stories. Read Full Review
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