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In the dystopic city of Freeport, a strike force known as HARDCORPS, led by John Blade, puts a stop to endless crime. However, recently a number of mutants have been witnessed across the globe, tearing down anyone who stands in their way; and SinTEK, led by the vengeful Elexis Sinclaire, seems to be connected. In the midst of the bloodshed, Blade must discover the truth behind SinTEK's sinister plan, and save a mysterious girl named Elyse in the process...
If you like mindless gore and don't mind stiff boring characters or a paper thin story then these are the titles for you. Both these anime have some rather creative looking monsters and overpowered protaginists to eviscerate them real good. Both movies also have a very unpleasant serious tone that takes their over the top violence too seriously.
Violence Jack is an ugly bitter anime with a brutal protagonist that shows no regard for human life. Sin has a more generic team of tough good guys for leads, which at least gives the view something to route for. Violence Jack also has some pretty disturbing sexual violence and in general can be very gross to watch.
However, if you're looking for mindless action with violence, gore and a dash of tits then these check out these titles.
In the distant future, man has advanced into space and spread to worlds throughout the galaxy. On one such planet, Jerra, a brutal war began between the Jerran army and the Nexram - those who opposed a galactic Earth government. To combat the threat the Jerran army created the MDS - Most Dangerous Soldiers - who possess elite fighting abilities. However, one such soldier, MD Geist, was deemed too ferocious and imprisoned inside an orbiting satellite. Now, in the present, both sides have been decimated and the planet lies in ruins. After his satellite falls to the planet, MD Geist wanders the wasteland once more. And after killing the leader of a powerful gang, Geist finds himself in the company of a woman named Vaiya. Together, the two join with survivors of the Jerran army and set forth on a quest to exterminate Death Force - a doomsday device built by the Jerrans - before it activates.
Take one big badass who prefers to rid himself of pests using the most violent means possible, and pit him against the evil plotters scheming to take over the world. Throw in lots of gore, meaningless and excessive deaths, a wicked twisted secondary female character with her own agenda, and you have the basis for both Violence Jack and MD Geist. If you liked the random and copious violence in VJ and the aweswome virility of the titular anti-hero, you will probably very much enjoy Geist as well.