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If Genndy Tartakovsky's two Emmy Award-winning Birth of Evil episodes from his 2001-2004 cult TV animation show, Samurai Jack, will ever be re-released for theatrical presentation exclusively in the giant, amazingly eye-popping IMAX process, Will you, as an audience, feel as if you are immersed in the middle of these four scenes from Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil, if it will ever be reissued and presented exclusively in IMAX?
As this excerpt from a making-of documentary on Disney's Fantasia 2000 (1999) (which can be found on the Fantasia Anthology DVD Box set from 14 years ago) demonstrates, it is actually the aforementioned Fantasia 2000 that really mark the very first time that animation (especially animations of the 2d Traditional Hand Drawn variety) is presented in the gigantic and amazingly eye-popping IMAX format (in a time when IMAX still uses 15/70mm film to run horizontally on its projectors or cameras or something like that!).
But at least I recently mused on someday reviving Genndy Tartakovsky's 2003 Emmy Award-winning The Birth of Evil episodes of his cult TV animation show on Cartoon Network, Samurai Jack, for presentation in the giant, awe-inspiring, breathtaking, eye-popping, immersive, and even mind-blowing IMAX format!
Imagine Samurai Jack’s mama showing off her beautiful, pretty, and lovely face (and blinking her eyes) right at you if she is really projected on a giant IMAX screen, and what would you think of such a sight if you, as an audience member, see Samurai Jack’s mom smiling and blinking her eyes right at you in IMAX?
This is my poster design for my proposed IMAX re-release of Genndy Tartakovsky's The Birth of Evil episodes of his cult animation Samurai Jack!
Seriously, Genndy Tartakovsky's Emmy-Award Winning Birth of Evil episodes from his cult TV animation Samurai Jackwould hopefully make one of, or if not the most amazingly awe-inspiring, breathtaking, immersive mind-blowing and spectacular ‘IMAX Experience' ever animated! (Apart from things like Disney's Fantasia 2000 (1999), to say the least!)
The question once more is:
Would you be felt as if you are immersed in the middle of the great battle between Samurai Jack’s Father, The Emperor of Japan, and the evil shape-shifting demon wizard Aku —if it is on a giant, eye-popping IMAX screen?
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Once again, what would you really think if you ever see the two-part hour-long Emmy Award-winning Samurai Jack episode, The Birth of Evil being presented and projected on a giant IMAX screen? Would that be really cool, epic, awesome, interesting or even awe-inspiring or what?
Well, again, would it be REALLY cool, awesome, or even epic if the hour-long two-part Emmy Award-winning Samurai Jack episode, The Birth of Evil, is to be presented and shown in the giant IMAX format?
We all know that the 2003 two-part Samurai Jack episode The Birth of Evilwon a Primetime Emmy Award in 2004 for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour, no less!), but I am going to ask you this:
What if Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil shall hopefully be shown—and will hopefully come to you—in IMAX?
And if so, would you like to see Samurai Jack: The Birth of Evil on an IMAX screen?
Cartoons like Samurai Jack does more than fascinates me, it makes me yearn for someone like this time-displaced cartoon Japanese guy who is armed with a magic sword to get back home to his own time and place and finish his killing blow to a demon like Aku. And more than the sight of it, I love the taste of it. The taste of animations like the Samurai Jack cartoon show itself…Tell everyone now! Condone movies or TV shows or cartoons like this! Advocate the legacy of animation people like Genndy Tartakovsky! Watch anything like Samurai Jack online or on DVD if you have a DVD player! Animated cartoons are part of my politics! Animated cartoons are part of my life! Watch whatever you like.
Has anyone try playing taiko drums, which are these big-ass Japanese percussion instruments?