Violence Jack
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Violence Jack

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Synonyms: Violence Jack Kanzenban
Japanese: バイオレンスジャック
English: Violence Jack
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 18
Chapters: 48
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 1973 to Mar 1990
Genres: Action Action, Drama Drama, Fantasy Fantasy, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi, Ecchi Ecchi
Themes: Gore Gore, Psychological Psychological
Authors: Nagai, Go (Story & Art)


Score: 6.901 (scored by 883883 users)
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Ranked: #88042
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Popularity: #3536
Members: 4,498
Favorites: 61

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A shocking and violent look at a post apocalyptic future. Many different stories centre around an array of characters dealing with life in this desolate world. All the stories feature a huge man named Jack who is in an ongoing battle with a villain named Slum King.

(Source: ANN)

Note: This is kanzenban version which consists of: 7 volumes (published by Kodansha) and 31 volumes (published by Nihon Bungeisha) merged into 18 volumes.


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Oct 20, 2019
Hanma_Orochi (All reviews)
Hello everyone, my second try of posting this review cause my internet/keyboard for some reason trolled me and freaking erased my text... So here i am one day later after reading other stuff to relax and also after a party, so expect me to be quite excited about that review. OK, enough with the bullsh**, let's get to the very point, that is VIOLENCE JACK, i absolutely love Go Nagai's view of horror and the way he tells this kind of story, that is the main reason he is one my favorite authors of all time and in that work his artstyle evolved a lot, read more
May 9, 2017
SmashDee (All reviews)
This manga is only now being translated very slowly by various groups, so bear with this preliminary review.

Violence Jack is where Go Nagai's style I feel starts to shine compared to his earlier violent mangas. The main character, Violence Jack, lives up to his name as a sadistic if slightly moral protagonist, ripping all his enemies into bloody shreds and reaping death across the post-apocalyptic world. I can't say this is a new high for Go Nagai's gore and violence, but in certain aspects such as the gore or the horror it may take the cake over Devilman. There's a lot of very fucked read more

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