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I have found a piece of fanart of a cartoon Japanese girl from Samurai Jack!

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    Hey guys!

    Now, anyone remember Genndy Tartakovsky's TV animation masterpiece Samurai Jack (2001-2004)?

    Well, I know this is not actually mine, but...

    Speaking of Samurai Jack characters major or minor, familiar or obscure, I have just recovered some unknown female character from the Samurai Jack vault of obscurity.

    And guess what I've found at infamousCOMM's DeviantArt page recently, don’t you?

    This one!


    You see, I can recognize this toon girl, for she most recently catches my eye as of late.

    Anyway, for those people who are familiar with Genndy Tartakovsky's masterpiece Samurai Jack (2001-2004) (which is also one of my favorites), this unknown Japanese female toon girl that I was most recently talking about (and that DeviantArt user infamousCOMM drew) is actually, in fact, one of the two daughters (one is a teenager just like the one that said DeviantArt user depicted, the other is a younger girl) of a Japanese family sticking to the old ways that Samurai Jack briefly befriends towards the end of the episode where Jack himself lost his sandals to a robotic biker gang (that is, Samurai Jack Episode XXVI: Jack's Sandals).

    Anyway, speaking of the three Japanese kids towards the end of Samurai Jack: Episode XXVI--Jack's Sandals, they are as follows:

    First, there was the Japanese boy who discovers Samurai Jack after he was pinned down by a robot gang:


    And last but not least, there are the two Japanese girls that Jack later passes by. one is a teenager:


    The other was a younger girl who argues with the teen girl over space:


    FYI, both cartoon Japanese girls/daughters from Samurai Jack Episode XXVI: Jack's Sandals were actually voiced by Kath Soucie, a veteran voice artist who provided female voices for animated cartoons of the last 2 decades whether it's Dexter's Laboratory (1995/1996-2003) or Disney's Beauty and the Beast (1991) (which is the first animated movie to ever get a Best Picture Oscar nomination at the Academy Awards). And FYI, The Japanese boy who discovers Jack in that same episode was voiced by Brian Tochi, the same guy who voiced Dexter's Japanese foreign exchange student in the original Dexter's Lab series finale, Last but Not Beast (1998).

    But anyway, you may enjoy this piece of Samurai Jack fanart that I have found on DeviantArt!

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