Violence Jack 1-3 Review | Varied Celluloid

Violence Jack 1-3 Review

Posted by On May - 7 - 2010
Hey everybody, back again with my reviews for the Violence Jack series! This is the first anime review I’ve actually written since my original Fist of the North Star review back in… wow, I don’t know when that was. Five years ago? Anyway, I finally found something that I simply had to write about in the genre. Violence Jack is definitely the kind of thing you want to get out of your system and express either your horror or fascination. Read on and discover the magical world that is post-apocalyptic Japan!

The Plot: In the first movie Harem Bomber, a man known as Slum King controls the lands and doesn’t take kindly to Violence Jack stepping into his territory. Jack does battle with some of Slum King’s men and they are separated, but Violence Jack has his eye on the Slum King. At the same time as this is happening, a young girl named Mari is kidnapped by the Slum King’s men and is sent to a sex camp to live her life as a slave. Her boyfriend Ken however, who she hasn’t seen since the great earthquake that destroyed Japan, is now a member of the Slum King’s army and will look to rescue Mari from this horrible situation. In the second entry in the series Evil Town we are introduced to an underground civilization that has been split into three sections. In one group there are the respectable men from older Japan who want to establish order, in the second there is a violent biker gang lead by the psychotic Mad Saurus and in the third section all of the women have separated themselves from the other groups due to their being raped. When the respectable men discover Violence Jack amidst all of the rubble, it creates a new tension between the three groups as to who will control Violence Jack. In the final movie Hell’s Wind Hin we see a small village in the desert wastelands who are being tormented and tortured by the psychotic biker gang The Hell’s Wind. Violence Jack, always looking for a challenge, introduces himself to the bikers but is gunned down. However, bullets are not enough to actually kill Jack. He just needs time to recuperate. Along the way he’ll seek the aid of a young boy who simply wants to hide from the villains, as well as a young woman who had everything she has ever loved ripped away by these evil men. Will the forces of good prevail?

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