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Adult Swim Orders PRIMAL from SAMURAI JACK Creator Genndy Tartakovsky

The half-hour series will air on Cartoon Network in the fall

SDCC ’16: Samurai Jack creator drops details of show’s return

It's been over a decade since Samurai Jack aired, but an ending for the series - in the form of a movie or otherwise - has been on creator Genndy Tartakovsky's mind since. After last year's announcement that the series would finally return with a fifth season, Tartakovsky sat down with press at SDCC to explain what that return would look like and what brought it about.

MATT CHATS: Samurai Jack Exit Interview with Jim Zub

Even though I was never quite in love with the considered-a-classic Samurai Jack TV show, I’ve been infatuated by Samurai Jack the comic book...

MATT CHATS: Andy Suriano on his Return and Second Goodbye to Samurai Jack

There are a lot of licensed comics out there that lack a certain legitimacy. Whether they're good or bad, they're not the main version of those characters...

MATT CHATS: Christine Larsen on Samurai Jack, Hand Lettering & the Journey from Creator-Owned...

Welcome to Week 1 of a Samurai Jack series of interviews! Christine Larsen, artist of Samurai Jack #19, is an extremely interesting and exciting new voice...

INTERVIEW: Jim Zub’s Samurai Jack comic will have “big action, big adventure”

by Matt O"Keefe IDW recently announced that in October it will be publishing a Samurai Jack as a comic book series that picks up the story...

AFRO SAMURAI now big in Japan

AFRO SAMURAI has made the rare reverse commute: the American-produced manag-adaptation anime in now popular in Japan: Okazaki's strange tale initially failed to attract attention...

More DC Unlimited: Afro Samurai

Continuing its roll-out of a series of licensed products, Dc Unlimited, DC's new brand, has annoucned a line of AFRO SAMURAI action figures: DC Unlimited,...

IDW and Cartoon Network team up for Powerpuff Girls, Johnny Bravo, Ben 10, etc.

The people at IDW are no slackards. After taking a look at the sales of their My Little Pony comics -- their best selling comics EVER -- and the current 90s cartoon nostalgia trend, they've pacted with Cartoon Network to bring out a bunch of old favorites—and current hits —in comics form, in a deal announced at last week's ComicsPRO meeting in Atlanta. Titles include The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, Dexter's Laboratory, Samurai Jack, Johnny Bravo and Generator Rex.

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Comics Crowdfunding Round-Up: GOOD BOY, DEAD BEATS and 3 more campaigns we love

Plus, LA MARIPOSA gets a collected edition.
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Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 4/27/21: Books sales surge, led by manga

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