History Manga / ViolenceJack

6th Jun '18 12:54:10 PM GojiBiscuits
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*** [[spoiler: Though dog-Miki is actually revealed to be her face, with the rest of her body locked up in the Skull King's dungeon at the Skull Castle. At the end of ''Shin Violence Jack'' she gets her face back and becomes some sort of warrior woman with Cerberus as her steed.]]

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*** [[spoiler: Though dog-Miki is actually revealed to be her face, with the rest of her body locked up in the Skull King's dungeon at the Skull Castle. At the end of ''Shin Violence Jack'' Jack'''s second volume, she gets her face back and becomes some sort of warrior woman with Cerberus as her steed.]]



** ''Shin Violence Jack'' also introduces Killer Sara, who is secretly [[spoiler:Sirene]].



* BodyguardBabes: Slum King is protected by his wife, Slum Queen and her army of masked women in suits.

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* BodyguardBabes: Slum King is protected by his wife, Slum Queen and her army of masked women in suits. ''Shin Violence Jack'''s Skull King is protected by Skull Queen, an exceedingly-photogenic woman who wears a sharp suit in contrast to the Skull King's armour.



* IAmWho: [[spoiler: Violence Jack is Akira Fudo.]]

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* IAmWho: [[spoiler: IAmWho:
**[[spoiler:
Violence Jack is Akira Fudo.]]]]
*** In ''Shin Violence Jack, Skull King is [[spoiler:Akira Fudo]].
*** Likewise, in this version, Jack is [[spoiler:Amon]]
6th Jun '18 7:40:33 AM GojiBiscuits
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** [[spoiler:Jinmen]] reappears in ''Shin Violence Jack'', having possessed the leader of the New Shu Army, even showing off his ability to take the souls of his victims into his shell.
6th Jun '18 5:03:53 AM GojiBiscuits
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* AnchorsAway: Jack first appears in ''Shin Violence Jack'' carrying an anchor secured by a chain that he tied to his leg. He uses it to great effect as a weapon against the Marvel Pirates.



** Special mention goes to the Marvel Pirates in ''Shin Violence Jack'', who are all former U.S. Marines. They use their training to murder, rape and pillage throughout Tokyo Bay.

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** Special mention goes to the Marvel Pirates in ''Shin Violence Jack'', who are all former U.S. Marines.Marines who decided to go rogue and steal treasure from the now-partially submerged Kanto region. They use their training to murder, rape and pillage throughout Tokyo Bay.
5th Apr '18 9:19:01 AM rjd1922
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''Violence Jack'' is a manga by Creator/GoNagai that was released from 1973 to 1990. It's a sequel to Manga/{{Devilman}} and both a sequel ''and'' prequel to 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 Go Nagai series and then {{Deconstructi|on}}ng them by placing them in Violence Jack's brutal setting.

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''Violence Jack'' is a manga by Creator/GoNagai that was released from 1973 to 1990. It's a sequel to Manga/{{Devilman}} ''Manga/{{Devilman}}'' and both a sequel ''and'' prequel to Manga/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 Go Nagai series and then {{Deconstructi|on}}ng them by placing them in Violence Jack's brutal setting.
8th Feb '18 1:48:04 PM king3000
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* DecompositeCharacter: [[Anime/CuteyHoney Honey Kisaragi]], who is now Ryo Asuka's sister, is also split into 7 different characters: Honey, Cutey, Idol, Flash, Hurricane, Misty and Fancy. 6 of them being named after and based on 6 of Honey's different forms.
27th Jan '18 10:23:52 AM Sparkysharps
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* MistakenForStraight: Inverted with Mondo and Midou, who are often mistaken for a ''straight'' couple due to Midou's [[DudeLooksLikeALady feminine appearance.]]

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* MistakenForStraight: MistakenForGay: Inverted with Mondo and Midou, who are often mistaken for a ''straight'' couple due to Midou's [[DudeLooksLikeALady feminine appearance.]]
27th Jan '18 10:22:46 AM Sparkysharps
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* NoEnding: Shin Violence Jack climaxes with the Skull King possibly remembering he's the Slum King, and gets a never-seen-before face strikingly similar to Akira's to boot, Miki gets her body back and apparently has psychic powers now... and that's how it ends.]]

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* MistakenForStraight: Inverted with Mondo and Midou, who are often mistaken for a ''straight'' couple due to Midou's [[DudeLooksLikeALady feminine appearance.]]
* NoEnding: Shin Violence Jack climaxes with the Skull [[spoiler:Skull King possibly remembering he's the Slum King, and gets a never-seen-before face strikingly similar to Akira's to boot, Miki gets her body back and apparently has psychic powers now... and that's how it ends.]]



* TookALevelInKindness: Jack gets a lot more human as the manga develops, and is noticable as being much more heroic in the OVA versions of Evil Town and Hell's Wind than he is in Harlem Bomber -- he still brutally murders people, but only scumbags who deserve it, and he actively tries to protect the innocent.

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* TookALevelInKindness: Jack gets a lot more human as the manga develops, and is noticable notable as being much more heroic in the OVA versions of Evil Town and Hell's Wind than he is in Harlem Bomber -- he still brutally murders people, but only scumbags who deserve it, and he actively tries to protect the innocent.
27th Jan '18 10:11:02 AM Sparkysharps
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* YaoiGuys: Chapters focusing on Saotome Mondo and Tatsuma Midou are [[https://imgur.com/FEWhT90 not]] [[https://imgur.com/vycHYIi very]] [[https://imgur.com/Ihf3Xza subtle]] about the fact that they aren't ''[[HeterosexualLifePartners Heterosexual]]'' [[HeterosexualLifePartners Life-Partners]].
21st Jan '18 4:15:05 PM Goukenimaru
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* AmnesiacHero: Having no idea who he is (and generally not caring), the titular character named himself after his violent fame -- Violence -- and iconic knife -- Jack. [[spoiler:Being Amon, he has no recollection of the events that occurred in Manga/{{Devilman}}.]]

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* AmnesiacHero: Having no idea who he is (and generally not caring), the titular character named himself after his violent fame -- Violence -- and iconic knife -- Jack. [[spoiler:Being Amon, Akira Fudoh, he has no recollection of the events that occurred in Manga/{{Devilman}}.]]



* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Violence Jack is Amon possessing Akira Fudou's reincarnated body as the Human Avatar of Death.]]

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* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Violence Jack is Amon possessing Akira Fudou's Fudoh reincarnated body as the Human Avatar of Death.]] ]]
20th Jan '18 1:04:11 PM OmegaRadiance
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* AmnesiacHero: Having no idea who he is (and generally not caring), the titular character named himself after his violent fame -- Violence -- and iconic knife -- Jack. [[spoiler:Being Akira Fudoh, he has no recollection of the events that occurred in Manga/{{Devilman}}.]]

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* AmnesiacHero: Having no idea who he is (and generally not caring), the titular character named himself after his violent fame -- Violence -- and iconic knife -- Jack. [[spoiler:Being Akira Fudoh, Amon, he has no recollection of the events that occurred in Manga/{{Devilman}}.]]



* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Violence Jack is Akira Fudoh reincarnated as the Human Avatar of Death.]]

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* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Violence Jack is Amon possessing Akira Fudoh Fudou's reincarnated body as the Human Avatar of Death.]]
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