Violence Jack: Hell's Wind-hen

Violence Jack: Hell's Wind

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English: Violence Jack: Hell's Wind
Synonyms: Violence Jack 3, Violence Jack: Hell's Wind, Violence Jack: Hell's Wind Hen, Violence Jack: Hell's Wind Arc
Japanese: バイオレンス ジャック 〜ヘルスウインド編〜


Type: OVA
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 9, 1990
Producers: Dynamic Planning
Licensors: Discotek Media
Studios: Studio 88
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, DramaDrama, HorrorHorror
Duration: 54 min.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 5.471 (scored by 36423,642 users)
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Ranked: #102352
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Popularity: #6011
Members: 6,956
Favorites: 6

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The survivors of Kanto's Hell Earthquake built a new city and christened it "Hope Town". However, this peaceful town becomes a nightmare when it's raided by the motorcycle gang, "Hell's Wind". They abduct the women while the remaining townsfolk are left helpless against them.

Meanwhile, a boy, Subaro, meets Jun. Jun's lover was previously murdered, and the duo help one another to fight against Hell's Wind. The battles are getting more and more difficult, but with the appearance of Violence Jack, the citizens seem to gain the upper hand against Hell's Wind.

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May 5, 2015
literaturenerd (All reviews)

Well shit! I hoped this day would never come! However, I promised that if my review of Violence Jack 2 ever received 15 "helpfuls" that I would review Jack 3. Unfortunately, it has recently been brought to my attention that my Jack 2 review has now met this goal. I am a man of my word, so here is my review of the final movie in the Violence Jack Trilogy: Hell's Wind.


If you have watched the first 2 Jack films, I think you know the drill by this point. There is a bleak, post apocalyptic wasteland in the year 20XX with nomadic gangs terrorizing small read more
Jan 24, 2015
lawlmartz (All reviews)
Violence Jack 3: why me?
This is the third time I'm putting my mental health at risk to review this for you all, so I hope you get something out of it.

At this point, I don't think Violence Jack needs much of an introduction. If you're one of those backwards people who like to watch movies in reverse order or something (Star Wars), here's your tiny preface: post apocalyptic tale of wanton violence, with a healthy dose of stabbing, ripping, evisceration, and angst.

Story: 7

A lonely jeep rumbles across the ruined landscape, assaulted by a gang of bikers. The occupants, a man and woman, are quickly read more
Sep 16, 2009
RobdeFR (All reviews)
Third chapter on the Violence Jack unholy trinity.

It starts with a good violent scene getting to what matter in this anime. Violence and brutality. If the other OVAs didn’t please you this one will not either, since the story is of the same calibre of the other ones of if not a little below.

Some time has passed since the events that occurred on the other two parts of this series. Society seems to be again growing slowly but as it’s usual with these post apocalyptic worlds, gangs of delinquents, murders and rapists control the cities.
This time around, Violence Jack has another person who read more
Nov 2, 2015
Luquillo (All reviews)
A young couple are attacked by a biker gang called Hell's Wind. Jun's boyfriend is massacred by the gang before her eyes, and she's then raped by them. Hell's Wind next invades a small town and begins killing the villagers. They get more than they bargain for on this particular violence trip. -summary

I am still struggling on what exactly is more horrifying. The fact someone out there actually thought Violence Jack was important enough to make it to a DVD set, or that I have actually seen this putrid anime OVA featured on at least one person's greatest anime of all time list; both read more

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