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A beautifully animated fan short pays homage to Genndy Tartakovsky’s beloved Cartoon Network series.
Aku tries to exploit Jack's unexpected new flaw in Jim Zub, Andy Suriano and Ethen Beaver's "Samurai Jack" #12, on sale September 24 from IDW.
The fearless warrior Samurai Jack must find a way back to the past, but that comes with a price in Jim Zub & Andy Suriano's "Samurai Jack" #11.
IDW presents an exclusive look at this week's special "Samurai Jack" #8, a silent issue by Jim Zub and Jack character designer Andy Suriano.
IDW discussed plans for "Super Secret Crisis War," its Cartoon Network crossover, with tie-ins featuring "Johnny Bravo," "Cow and Chicken" and "Samurai Jack."
Check out an exclusive first look at The Scotsman's unconventional return in Jim Zub & Brittney Williams' "Samurai Jack" #6.
After defeating opponents of all stripes, only one Thread of Time remains. Find out if Jack can defeat Aku in Jim Zub & Andy Suriano's "Samurai Jack" #5.
CBR presents an exclusive first look at creator Genndy Tartakovsky's variant cover for IDW's "Samurai Jack" #5.
Mouse Guard goes for the gold, Tom Taylor plays Gabriel, "Uncanny" gets unexpected, Samurai Jack returns and "Pretty" Deadly" is pretty lovely.
Cartoon Network's "Samurai Jack" in a new series from IDW and writer Jim Zub reveals details about his first story, how he pitched it, assesses the success of his "Skullkickers" #1 strategy and more.
IDW Publishing has released images and solicitation information for new comics on sale in November 2013 including new "TMNT," "My Little Pony," "Doctor Who," "Judge Dredd" and more!
IDW Publishing has announced a partnership with Cartoon Network to produce comics based on some of the network's shows including "Powerpuff Girls," "Ben 10," "Samurai Jack," "Dexter's Laboratory" and more.
Speaking with SPINOFF ONLINE during CCI, acclaimed director Genndy Tartakovsky explained what drew him to "Hotel Transylvania," who feature animation differs from television, and his hopes for a "Samurai Jack" movie.