History Manga / ViolenceJack

6th Mar '16 11:09:20 AM Kervinle2500
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* AmbitionIsEvil: In the El Dorado arc, there was rival gangs attempting to gain a large amount of gold bars and gain territory. The main example of this is Saotome, due to [[SlowlySlippingIntoEvil being crazy with his ambition]] to gain control of a gang called The Flesh Eaters to the poin of being AxCrazy. Both his partner and Jack notices, but faces KarmicDeath when the leader of the Flesh Eaters kills him with a rocket launcher. The boss also dies when Jack slices her vertically (but not enough to cut her in half). Tellingly, greed will give you a very nasty demise.


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* FanDisservice: Several to count actually.
22nd Feb '16 8:12:46 AM king2000
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* WouldHurtAChild: Tom-cat, a member of Mad Saurus's gang who only appears in the anime adaption of the Evil Town arc, is not above killing innocent children.
** Several yakuza villains in the series have also shown to have no qualms about shooting kids
** Pretty much nearly all the villains in Violence Jack are not above either killing or abusing children.

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* WouldHurtAChild: Tom-cat, a member of Mad Saurus's gang who only appears in the anime adaption of the Evil Town arc, is not above killing innocent children.
** Several yakuza villains in the series have also shown to have no qualms about shooting kids
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Pretty much nearly all the villains in Violence Jack are not above either killing or abusing children.
22nd Feb '16 8:11:36 AM king2000
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** The main sumo villains in the Kanto demon sumo wrestling arc like to either kill or abuse their own child slaves if they refuse to obey, or just for fun.

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** The main sumo Pretty much nearly all the villains in the Kanto demon sumo wrestling arc like to Violence Jack are not above either kill killing or abuse their own child slaves if they refuse to obey, or just for fun.
abusing children.
22nd Feb '16 8:09:40 AM king2000
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* WouldHurtAChild: Gratuitous child-slaying in Evil Town.

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* WouldHurtAChild: Gratuitous child-slaying Tom-cat, a member of Mad Saurus's gang who only appears in the anime adaption of the Evil Town.
Town arc, is not above killing innocent children.
** Several yakuza villains in the series have also shown to have no qualms about shooting kids
** The main sumo villains in the Kanto demon sumo wrestling arc like to either kill or abuse their own child slaves if they refuse to obey, or just for fun.
22nd Feb '16 5:26:16 AM king2000
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** Aira Muto, who is arguably the most sympathetic character in the series, enjoys comforting children who have been a abused, and she even built a village called 'The kingdom of Mu' that looks after children in the King of Brutes arc.

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** Aira Muto, who is arguably the most sympathetic character in the series, enjoys comforting children who have been a abused, and she even built a village called 'The kingdom of Mu' that looks after children in the King of Brutes arc.
22nd Feb '16 5:24:59 AM king2000
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** Aira Muto, who is arguably the most sympathetic character in the series, enjoys comforting children who have been a abused, and she even built a village called 'The kingdom of Mu' that looks after children in the King of Brutes arc.
26th Nov '15 9:12:58 AM fruitstripegum
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* Expy: Several of the characters in Violence Jack are heavily based on characters from other franchises by Go Nagai.

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Several of the characters in Violence Jack are heavily based on characters from other franchises by Go Nagai.



* FangsAreEvil: Violence Jack's canines, although of a subtlety that would normally deem them CuteLittleFangs (except in [[ArtShift the Harlem Bomber OAV]]), are a warning of his ruthlessly bloodthirsty nature.
** Mad Saurus has vaguely fang-like, peg-teeth, as if he needed more of a sign of his evilness. [[spoiler: After cannibalizing Blue's corpse and mutating, he sprouts full-on fangs.]]
* FateWorseThanDeath: Ryo Asuka and Miki Makimura are brought back to life to be the Slum King's sex slaves. [[spoiler:It turns out Ryo/Satan wanted this as his punishment for killing Devilman.]]
* FriendToAllChildren: In the original manga Jack was often saving children in the post-apocalyptic world, mostly unintentionally or just because he felt like it; In the series revival in 2005, it seems that children have grown on Jack's heart, he is even a self-proclaimed defender of children.



* FateWorseThanDeath: Ryo Asuka and Miki Makimura are brought back to life to be the Slum King's sex slaves. [[spoiler:It turns out Ryo/Satan wanted this as his punishment for killing Devilman.]]
* FangsAreEvil: Violence Jack's canines, although of a subtlety that would normally deem them CuteLittleFangs (except in [[ArtShift the Harlem Bomber OAV]]), are a warning of his ruthlessly bloodthirsty nature.
** Mad Saurus has vaguely fang-like, peg-teeth, as if he needed more of a sign of his evilness. [[spoiler: After cannibalizing Blue's corpse and mutating, he sprouts full-on fangs.]]
* FriendToAllChildren: In the original manga Jack was often saving children in the post-apocalyptic world, mostly unintentionally or just because he felt like it; In the series revival in 2005, it seems that children have grown on Jack's heart, he is even a self-proclaimed defender of children.
18th Oct '15 3:04:16 PM UltramanMattia
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: the villains in the OVAs when they are going to do something really nasty, they're eyes turns glowing red.
1st Sep '15 3:27:38 PM Kervinle2500
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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Even if the story is overtly cynical, any character who actually survive can finally have peace prior to their hellish experience.




Aira Mu is based on Princess Aira from God Mazinger

Honey Asuka is based on Honey Kisaragi from Cutey Honey.


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\n** Aira Mu is based on Princess Aira from God Mazinger

Mazinger.
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Honey Asuka is based on Honey Kisaragi from Cutey Honey.

Honey.



* SuperStrength: Jack has this ability, allowing him to carve through flesh and bone with a jackknife and even rip people apart with his bare hands. It's not MadeOfPlasticine because nobody else gets mutilated like this unless Jack is the one doing the killing. Of course, given the true nature of Jack's origins, it's justified.


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* StealthMentor: Jack does this for the kid Ryu.
* SuperStrength: Jack has this ability, allowing him to carve through flesh and bone with a jackknife and even rip people apart with his bare hands. It's not MadeOfPlasticine because nobody else gets mutilated like this unless Jack is the one doing the killing. Of course, given the true nature of Jack's origins, it's justified.
18th Aug '15 8:33:54 AM MechWarrior
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''Violence Jack'' is a manga by GoNagai that was released from 1973 to 1990. It's a sequel to Manga/{{Devilman}} and both a sequel ''and'' prequel to DevilmanLady. The series is particularly infamous for not only including large amounts of sex and gory violence, but also has cameos from several of Go Nagai's other manga as well. In fact, many of the chapters seem to be dedicated to taking classic GoNagai series and then [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructing]] them by placing them in Violence Jack's brutal setting.

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''Violence Jack'' is a manga by GoNagai that was released from 1973 to 1990. It's a sequel to Manga/{{Devilman}} and both a sequel ''and'' prequel to DevilmanLady.Manga/DevilmanLady. The series is particularly infamous for not only including large amounts of sex and gory violence, but also has cameos from several of Go Nagai's other manga as well. In fact, many of the chapters seem to be dedicated to taking classic GoNagai series and then [[{{Deconstruction}} Deconstructing]] them by placing them in Violence Jack's brutal setting.
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