Be a Supporter!

The Little Jamurai II

rated 4.00 / 5 stars
Share Links:

Click on an icon to vote on this!

Credits & Info

Jun 11, 2006 | 11:10 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged June 12, 2006
  • Daily 2nd Place June 12, 2006
  • Weekly 3rd Place June 14, 2006

If you liked this, check these out!

Plenty more like this here!

Author Comments

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 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 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.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Good, but what's up with the stupid retarded hair of the characters :-/


Rated 5 / 5 stars

More idiots? Same user? Jesus...

Dumbass who reviews everything as though the world will end if we don't go to those stupid ass sites, you're a dumbass...

Good Flash though.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

2 Many Haters & Procrastinators!!

“My stars and glory, I hold my sword to thee”….It’s been a while my brother, I missed u all very much. Your old site has been down for some time now and I often wondered what happened. Your unique spin on hip hop and Bushido is extraordinary. Most closed minded, inbreeded flash views can’t understand black humor none the less BLACK HEROS but let Tom Cruise star in a Movie called LAST SAMURIA and it’s all GOOD. I feel that you are breaking modes of what most non blacks expect of us. As a future flash animator I’m setting out to entertain & educate my viewers, although knowing no matter how well the creation is the IGNORANT will always linger. In conclusion my brother, hat off to you and yours for a job well done. Ps….U now hold the #1 Spot in my favs, let’s make it do what it do, Baby!

People find this review helpful!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

well entertaining!!!

i really liked it! seriouosly mate dont worry about being "real" theres loads of scifi shit, and that ain't "real".

thought it was great! keep on creating!!!

dreadslick responds:

Thanks for the support and don't worry about us, these clowns are just amusing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is a great flash. Loved almost everything about it. One thing just kind of bothers me a little bit, that you would mix chinese and japanese cultures together (example: the shirts the badguys were wearing looked like something from a kungfu movie, yet they were called "jamurai's" which i'm guessing are called that because they jam out to hip hop while slicing and dicing with katanas.) sorry i said that but i had to because i'm half korean and half german. so yeah I loved the mixture thing. anyways this flash is like a mixture of movies such as, "lone wolf and cub" aka "shogun assassin.", "ghost dog: the way of the samurai", and rap....anyways great job. hope to see more of this.

dreadslick responds:

Thanks for the review and the insight! You're right in that this is a smash of several cultures and you're dead on with the Lone Wolf and Shogun Assassin influences. The bad guys in this toon weren't Jamurai in the sense that you have to attain a certain skill level and follow a particular code to be a Jamurai. The first Jamurai comic was made about a year and a half before Ghost Dog, but we don't mind the connection. Thanks again.