Samurai Jack #20

Samurai Jack #20

Writer: Jim Zub Artist: Andy Suriano Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: June 3, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4
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FINAL ISSUE! A scribe named Mako has heard many strange stories of the great hero known only as "Jack." Mako's journey to record the truth of the samurai reveals a fascinating look at his legacy and possible future: Jack the King. Jack the General. Jack the Legend.

  • 10
    Infinite Comix - Chris Gozali Jun 8, 2015

    Few finales exist that attempt to tie up stories while leaving the door open for future tales and succeed. Luckily for readers, the Samurai Jack creative team joins the small pantheon of these great endings. They succeed in delivering a finale that both celebrates all the stories that have come before and continues developing the titular character, keeping the door open for future tales while presenting a satisfying endpoint to Jack's epic adventure. But either way, the final words of Mako the Scribe ring true about Samurai Jack: "The Legend Will Never Die." Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jun 3, 2015

    This series deserved to stay on the stands far longer than it actually did. In that sense it's no different form its source material. The good news is that this issue wraps up the saga of Samurai Jack in a way that the show was never allowed to. While still open-ended, this issue celebrates the life and legacy of the hero and delivers an excellent cap to an excellent comic. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Bastards - Samantha Roehrig Jun 3, 2015

    All along Jack has been wanting something he can never achieve to see how he has come to peace with his situation makes this comic all the more better. Kids will eat this last issue up. Samurai Jack definitely had its highs and lows with me but with this final issue will leave many readers will be left satisfied…and that is always a good sign. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Razorfine - Alan Rapp Jun 16, 2015

    Comics based on cartoons can be a real crapshoot, but Jim Zub and company delivered a strong monthly series that added rather than detracted from the franchise. Even if I'm not the biggest fan of Andy Suriano's rough art on display, this issue is a must-read for fans of Samurai Jack. Read Full Review

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