>>92602881>Ashi breaks free from Aku's grasp with ~THE POWER OF LOVE~>But she still has his powers for some reason
This has nothing to do with Aku's death.>And he can't use them for some reason
Aku still had his powers, what makes you think he didn't?
Were you hoping that Aku would try to 'chase' Jack back to the past?
Because that would have been very contrived.>Jack goes back>"WHAT YOURE BACK?">Dead
Literally how it was always going to happen. We knew this from day one. The entire point was to kill Aku when he was weak. This would logically lead to a curb stomp battle. In fact most fights between Jack and Aku are very one sided in Jacks favor. Aku has always ran from Jack, >It wasn't dramatic in the slightest
Akus death was never meant to be dramatic. The journey to the past was what was supposed to be dramatic.
From what your saying though I can see what your really disappointed with. Ashi. And, yeah, I get it. She took a little away from the experiance of getting Jack to the past but she had nothing to do with Jack finally ending Aku.
If anything, Ashi's involvment is ironic. Aku spent 50 years destroying Time Portals and then he inadvertantly creates one; Aku sent Jack to the future and Aku, threw Ashi, sends Jack to the past. >Even the fact that Ashi existed long enough to go through the whole wedding is a stretch
See this is what I mean. You're talking about the ending to SJ. Not Aku's death. If you want to complain about the events leading up to the end of SJ or Ashi's flaws as both a character and a plot device, thats fine. But don't pretend it had any bearing on Aku's death.
Samurai Jack's ending had it's flaws but Aku's death at Jack's blade was exactly as it was supposed to be.
Allowing us to see what we've always wanted to see. Jack killing Aku once and for all. No last minute escape, no tricks.
Even with Gravity Falls your complaining more about the events around the death then the death itself.