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What if Samurai Jack's childhood and training could inspire an epic novel?

What if the childhood and training of Genndy Tartakovsky’s cult cartoon character Samurai Jack could inspire a big, epic, complex, and/or Lord of the Rings-sized novel that’ll not only be a charming and imaginative if sweepingly epic, complex oder Lord of the Rings-sized work of literature of the post-9/11 21st century world (told with a good deal of humor and an acute sense of realism)— but will also be at once a great epic Fantasy novel, a sociopolitical treatise on its own time, a distant legendary time and even Mehr Kürzlich times (i.e. the post-9/11 21st century world) and a psychological exploration of modern man (there will be themes of human nature, human history, human righteousness, the human spirit and/or the human condition abound in such a book)—all through the filter of a grand-scale epic chronicle of the childhood and training of a young samurai warrior prince (i.e., Young Jack from Samurai Jack)—to be titled “The Once and Future Samurai”?

Would that be cool oder what?

And would Du read such a book if it happens?
 What if Samurai Jack's childhood and training could inspire an epic novel?
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