Thread: Mulan vs Samurai Jack

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    • 2 years 7 months ago
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    Speaking of heroes and heroines whose origins are from farther east from farther west, I would like to share with you all this Asian heroine and this Asian hero, respectively:



    A) Mulan, or she who is as mighty, brave, heroic, strong and noble as a warrior, as she is young, fair, lovely, pretty and beautiful as a maiden, and whose story—a story that is as familiar to the peoples of all Asia (including her indigenous China) as the story of Cinderella is familiar to the peoples of Europe and the United States—provided the basis for a hand drawn Disney movie from 16 years ago.

    and



    B) Samurai Jack, or he who is my kind of guy, a time-displaced warrior swordsman prince of Medieval Japan, my cartoon hero, my favorite cartoon samurai as well as my main Asian man (if only AVATAR’s Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) counts as ‘my main blue man’) and he who wants to go back to his own time and place so he can do the killin’ blow to the evil shape shifting demon wizard Aku, the Master of Masters, Deliverer of Darkness, and Shogun or Sorrow, or whatever Aku’s self-proclaimed titles are…

    And so, I am asking you all this:

    What are the differences between Mulan and Samurai Jack? And what are the similarities, or comparison and contrast, between Samurai Jack and Mulan?
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      differences:

      Mulan: girl
      Samurai Jack: boy

      Mulan: Disney
      Samurai Jack: Cartoon Network

      Mulan: ???
      Samurai Jack: your kind of guy

      Mulan: movie
      Samurai Jack: TV show

      similarities

      Mulan: topknot
      Samurai Jack: topknot
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        Timbox, please stop posting huge images. They break the page and make it hard to read your post.
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          Quote by vkimo
          Timbox, please stop posting huge images. They break the page and make it hard to read your post.


          Well, it's too late now for I have just minimize the size of the images.
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            Thanks!
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              Quote by vkimo
              Thanks!


              You welcome. Anyway, vkimo, you know any differences between Mulan and Samurai Jack?
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                I remember we watched Milan in middle school during class but I was busy flirting with this one girl...so I don't remember too much.

                Samurai Jack actually destroys his opponents whereas Milan hasn't seen any real action.
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                  • 2 years 5 months ago
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                  Mulan is also ready to basically sacrifice herself to spare her father. She goes against the rules of a patriarchial system and kicks ass, masquerading as a guy. As far as courage and character integrity, I think Mulan wins this hands-down. She is strong, never loses her compassion and is just awesome.
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