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This Samurai Jack Blu-Ray Box Set Is More Than 50% Off Right Now

Aku-se me! Samurai Jack is awesome, and so is this price.

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Talking animals, aliens, robots, magical creatures -- that's just a sampling of some of the beings Jack encounters during his adventures across the strange dystopian world depicted in Samurai Jack. The complete series is a wild ride marked by its distinct visual style and ultra-cool action sequences. Right now, you can pick up Samurai Jack: The Complete Series for $54.96 at Amazon and Walmart, which is a savings of $58.03 (just over 50% off!).

Created by Genndy Tartakovsky, the man behind Dexter's Laboratory and Star Wars: Clone Wars, Samurai Jack's first season debuted in 2001. It ran for four seasons on Cartoon Network before going off the air in 2004. Thankfully, the series received a proper ending in 2017 on Adult Swim with season five.

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This Blu-ray box set compiles all five seasons (62 episodes), with the first four seasons digitally remastered in HD.

Fo those unfamiliar with Samurai Jack, the series follows a samurai prince on a mission to stop Aku, a shape-shifting demon who rules over a futuristic, dystopian version of Earth. Jack must defeat Aku and make his way back to his own timeline. The series was well-received, garnering more than a handful of Primetime Emmy Awards during its initial run.

While the animated series is great, the games based on Samurai Jack didn't live up to the name.

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