Samurai Jack Adult Costume
- Robe w/ Belt
- 100% polyester
- Floor-length white robe has light grey trim all around the edges
- Wide belt with a layered look
- Belt is used as a closure for the robe
- Black wig with bun
- Officially licensed
The Cartoon Network gave us all a ton of delightful shows to entertain, thrill, and even cause a few tearjerking moments. Samurai Jack certainly had all of them, too! That noble warrior trained as a little kiddo from all sorts of masters all around the world, just getting ready to defeat a crazy sorcerer of evil mojo. Who would have seen it coming that a show about a brave warrior in an old world would give us a motorcycle fighter versus laser robots!?
But, is Samurai Jack really a Samurai!? Sure, he's got the skills and he knows exactly how to wield that magical blade of his, but it isn't like he's really serving any lord. Especially with the whole time portal thing, he's really more of an isolated wanderer, plodding through the lands in hopes of helping people and taking down the dark magic-user, Aku! Then again, what we call him doesn't so much matter since "Jack" isn't his birth name, anyway!
DESIGN & DETAILS
Show all that names don't matter when you take up the call to protect us all from Aku! Your greatest allies (our amazing in-house designers) have crossed time itself to bring you this officially licensed Samurai Jack Costume. This oversized robe gives you the gi-like look that Jack wears throughout most of his adventure. The floor-length white robe has light grey trim all around the edges and features a wide belt with a layered look, so you'll be ready to confront any of Aku's forces. (Of course, the magic blade requires you to prove yourself to the deities, so you'll have to acquire that separately!)
TIME FOR TIME PORTALS!
Who knows when the forces of Aku may rise. It is time for a warrior to stand up and answer the call to stop the dread demon! Why wait for portals to send you back or forward in time when you can slide right into this Samurai Jack costume now!? Aku better start worrying with you on the job.