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The Little Jamurai: A Day in the Park.
***A note to the viewer: We know that dreadlocks were not big in feudal Japan, we know that there were no radios at the time either and yes we are hipped to the fact that the Las Vegas Stratosphere is a recent addition to the planet...This series is a mash up of Akira Kurosawa, Shaw Brothers and hip hop. It's entertainment.
In this follow up to 2000's "The Little Jamurai", our young warrior comes face to face with the ramifications of his prior actions. If you haven't seen the first Little Jamurai toon, check it out so this will make more sense. Enjoy!
After a long hiatus, Dreadfully Slick Developments is back in business of comics and cartoons. Thanks to all the fans in New Grounds who've suppported us this whole time. Visit Jamurai.com for more cartoons and higher quality sound than you can get here, because we're talking hip hop folks, so the music matters!
MySpace users go to myspace.com/thejamurai and join our community.
A note to those quick to jump to conclusions out there: The Jamurai, originally created for mixtapes in the mid-90's, predate Samurai Champloo, Samurai Jack and Ghost Dog which they are often compared to. We don't mind the comparison, but we were here first.

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MarkArandjusMarkArandjus

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Aw please respond to this man

I've been a major fan of the Jamurai for a while now, I even saw the toons that aren't on newgrounds.
You gotta post those. That's some great work of flash if you ask me.

Anyway, I love the jamurai, I respect the sweet belnd that it is.

EPIC!



TeddyHuggyTeddyHuggy

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice. Now let's see a real contender.

It's nice. I've enjoyed this series thus far, but what I would like to see is someone fight the Jamurai that actually stands a chance. Or, at least, poses enough challenge for there to be some crossing of metal before someone dies. It makes fights more interesting.
Anyhow, the music fits, the idea is uniquie, and overall, it's lots of fun. Keep it up.


dreadslick responds:

We believ you will be quite satisfied with the next Jamurai cartoon, Teddy.


CapnTibbzCapnTibbz

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nifty

Neat film.. The length of it was a surprise though, I glanced over at the file size and was like "DAYUM DAWG, DIZ SHEITZ GUNNA BE STRAITE UP TITE 1337 STYLZ" Then... after like a minuet, I see credits and shouted "W4LL H4X"


dreadslick responds:

After about a minute, huh? And here we thought it was 3 minutes before credits!


CiphaCipha

Rated 4 / 5 stars

JAMURAI NEEDS TO BE ON CARTOON NETWORK,FIRE!!!

cULT cLASSIC CARTOONS ARE THE FUTURE, WITH REFERENCE FROM MARTIAL ARTS FILM, JAMURAI IS A SURE WIN FOR NEW AGE ONLINE AND COMMERCIAL VIEWERS WHO ENJOY URBAN JAMURAI ACTION AND COMEDY!



tancfire2tancfire2

Rated 4 / 5 stars

better than the first ! ; )