How strong is Violence Jack?

This version of Jack is 2.5 metres tall, with his jackknife appropriately scaled. Jack is incredibly strong in this form, being able to lug an anchor around in Shin Violence Jack with ease, and is able to take on large groups of enemies at once.

Is Violence Jack Akira Fudo?

Jack is actually Akira Fudo, and is one of three parts that form Devilman, the others being a child Jack and woman Jack, both of which were normally seen as birds around Jack from time to time. They merge in order to stop the recently awakened Satan.

Is Violence Jack amon?

Jack is shown to still exist at the end of Violence Jack. He is now treated as Amon by his fellow demons and not as Devilman, meaning he potentially has inherited enough good qualities to fight for humanity himself just as Akira did.

Is Violence Jack Canon to Devilman?

While Violence Jack references several of Go Nagai’s most notable series such as Mazinger, Cutey Honey, and Guerrilla High; it is tied closest to Devilman. It has been stated by Nagai when he was at a convention that Violence Jack was not canon to anything other than itself (this was several years before the sequels).

Is Shin devilman canon?

Starting with the 1987 publishing, most Kodansha editions include Shin Devilman, which originally was not meant to be included in the canon of the original series, as a part of the volumes. The manga has been translated into English in a series of five bilingual manga volumes published by Kodansha.

How strong is Amon devilman?

Amon being among the mightiest and strongest of the demons possessed a great and vast array of powers. Even before he gained his demonic appearance he was highly agile, intelligent, and strong. After his transformation, he gained the ability of flight through a pair of wings and his strength intensified.

Is Devil Lady A sequel?

Devilman Lady is an action/horror manga series written and drawn by Go Nagai that ran for four years between 1997 and 2000 in the seinen/shonen magazine Weekly Morning. It is the sequel to the original Devilman manga, taking place in an alternate Earth following the events of the original Devilman story.

In what order should I watch Violence Jack?


Japanese title Japanese release order English title
Violence Jack: Harem Bomber 1 Violence Jack: Slumking
Violence Jack: Evil Town 2 Violence Jack: Evil Town
Violence Jack: Hell’s Wind Edition 3 Violence Jack: Hell’s Wind

Is Devilman Crybaby based on Devilman?

Devilman Crybaby is based on Go Nagai’s manga Devilman. It was produced as a Netflix original series by Aniplex and Nagai’s Dynamic Planning, and animated by Masaaki Yuasa’s studio Science SARU. Yuasa directed the anime, Ichirō Ōkouchi wrote the script and Eunyoung Choi served as the animation producer.

Who is most powerful in Devilman?

Amon: Apocalypse of Devilman is considered to be the official true appearance of Amon and is the first of the series to explain Amon’s life prior to the main series. Amon is considered to be one of the most powerful demons in the series, the others being Psycho Jenny, Zenon, Seelos, and Satan.

Who isviolence Jack?

Violence Jack is the main protagonist and titular character in Go Nagai’s Violence Jack manga and OVA series.

How many volumes of violentviolence Jack are there?

Violence Jack is a manga series created by Go Nagai that is well known for its intense violence and the use of previous series characters into an elaborate story. In number of volumes, it is Dynamic Productions longest series at 45 volumes spanning roughly twenty years in serialization starting on July 22, 1973.

What happens in Violence Jack?

After the Earth is struck by a comet Japan descends into lawlessness; most of the infrastructure is destroyed and the survivors become victims or oppressors. This series of three stories each feature the eponymous Violence Jack; a brutal giant of a man who uses his great strength to help the weak and brutalised.

Is Violence Jack by Kodansha the same as the manga?

* Both serializations by Kodansha share the same volumes. Violence Jack (バイオレンスジャック Baiorensu Jakku?) is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Go Nagai in 1973. It has had several serializations and one-shot stories which have run in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.