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Violence Jack, Part 1, Slum King (1986)

Baiorensu jakku: haremu bonba-hen (original title)
Set on a future Earth that has been ripped apart by natural disasters. Civilization has turned into a brutish nightmare of survival. Violence Jack is caught in the crossfire when a new ... See full summary »

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Jack (voice)
Shigezô Sasaoka ...
Slumking (voice)
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Bomber (voice)
Yoshino Ohtori ...
Rose (voice)
Maya Okamoto ...
Mari (voice)
Hiromi Tsuru ...
Yumi (voice)
Keiichi Nanba ...
Kenichi (voice)
Unshô Ishizuka ...
Narrator (voice)
Issei Futamata ...
Laser (voice)
Masashi Hirose ...
Yamaguchi (voice)
Mayumi Tanaka ...
Sabu (voice)
Nobuaki Fukuda ...
Driver (voice)
Junpei Tachibara ...
Aide (voice)
Toshiharu Sakurai ...
Thug (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julia Braams ...
Mari (voice) (as Janet Coats)
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Set on a future Earth that has been ripped apart by natural disasters. Civilization has turned into a brutish nightmare of survival. Violence Jack is caught in the crossfire when a new violent war erupts. Meanwhile Mari, a beautiful women, is looking for her lost lover, Ken.

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9 September 1996 (USA)  »

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Violence Jack, Part 1, Slum King  »

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When this title was banned in Australia, the planned release of the rest of the series was scrapped. See more »

Quotes

Laser (English dub): Took your fucking time, didn't you Ken?
Kenichi: Sorry, I came as fast I possibly could.
Laser (English dub): But their safe, doesn't matter. You wouldn't have been any use if you were here.
Kenichi: Well, you could be right. But it doesn't look like you've done so fucking great without me. Considering your only after one guy.
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The best bit ? The end credits.
9 July 2001 | by (england) – See all my reviews



This post apocalyptic tale of giant on giant violence and porno rape sets out to be serious and dark but with the aid of a ridiculous set of character designs , bad dialogue and a bland script , fails. Badly.

Add to this set of flaws a hero who is just as unlikable as the villains he graphically crushes under his big feet , and you get a violent , corny , and unintentionally hilarious anime that's best watched and mabey (just mabey) enjoyed while drunk. Very , very drunk.

Violence jack ? Unintentionally funny jack more like. grrrr.

The screen dwellers (mark out of 5): *


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