Afro Samurai.

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  1. DrugsBunny

    DrugsBunny Sage of Six Paths

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    Nice short watch.

    Epic intro.
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  2. Sin-Razone

    Sin-Razone UnR3450n

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    yep dope....massively dope
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  3. NinjaMic

    NinjaMic Brian Disease

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    Watch Resurrection too... takes the shit up a notch.

    Afro Samurai is like everything I fucking love wrapped up in one thing.

    RZA's my favorite producer and MC... I'm a martial arts, feudal japan, samurai, ninja junkie, I love anime and good animation, Ghost Dog was my shit... and I like cool techno robot weirdo shit too, so how can this be bad? Samuel Jackson mother fucker.
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  4. BEEF Z

    BEEF Z New Member

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    Loved it.
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  5. Radium

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    the animation style seemed obviously american drawn to me

    does anybody feel me on that?

    like it has an american wannabe feel and look
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  6. NinjaMic

    NinjaMic Brian Disease

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    Yeah, it does, but I wouldn't call it wannabe... it's just high quality and fluid. Somewhere between European and Asian animation studio work... def not Disney for sure.

    I don't know what studio worked on it... it pretty much looks like the original manga, just a little less loose and sharp.
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  7. Pyrōsuke Aizen

    Pyrōsuke Aizen Kyōka Suigetsu

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    Enjoyable. Liked the concept.

    I would have preferred it if they had gone more in depth with it, but it still worked.

    I wouldn't say it has an American wannabe feel to it, because it's obviously intended for an American audience.

    African American samurai.

    Voiced by Sam Jackson. It's not dubbed...It's only in English.

    Soundtrack produced by RZA

    Heavily pushed in the US.
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