Samurai Jack is back! Or, more accurately, he will be soon as you can see in this quick clip from Cartoon Network.

This is the teaseriest of teasers in that it’s only five seconds long and simply states “Samurai Jack, Adult Swim, 2016.” The YouTube post goes on to explain that series creator Genndy Tartakovsky will helm the project that will be part of the Toonami lineup next year.

The first series ran on Cartoon Network from 2001 to 2004, resulting in 52 episodes.

Tartakovsky created Dexter’s Laboratory before Samurai Jack, and then went on to make Star Wars: Clone Wars, Sym-Bionic Titan, and the Hotel Transylvania movies.

He was also working on a Popeye movie for Sony, but creative differences drove a wedge between creator and studio.

Samurai Jack fans flocked to IDW’s comic book series of the same name which amassed 21 issues between 2013 and 2015.

Written by Jim Zubkavich and drawn by Andy Suriano, the comic picked up right after the last episode of the series.

On Twitter, Zubkavich said he’s excited about the series, noted that the Aku artwork came from one of the comic covers and said that he’s not currently involved in the show.

At this point, plenty of details remain unrevealed, but we’ll keep you posted when more information becomes available!