Violence Jack 3: Hell's Wind - Recommendations

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Fist of the North Star: The Movie

Fist of the North Star: The Movie

In a post-apocalyptic future, gangs of savage thugs prey on the fleeting remnants of civilization, raiding them for food and water in the endless wasteland the world has become. Humankind's only hope for the future may lie in a young girl with an amazing ability and in the only man powerful enough to protect her and punish evil--Ken, the Fist of the North Star!

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LadyPsychic LadyPsychic says...

Both take place in a post-apocalyptic world where people are terrorized by evil biker gangs and others who torment the weak.  Both anime are very violent and gory, though Violence Jack 3 has graphic rape and attempted rape scenes that are not in Fist of the North Star.  Also, both anime have a similar feel, in my opinion.  If you like one, you may like the other. 

animekid95 animekid95 says...

So for the thing about Fist of the North Star the 1986 anime movie and violence Jack 3 hell's wind OVA but for Fist of the North Star 1986 anime movie it was released in 1986 but for violence Jack 3 hell's wind however this OVA was released in 1990 which started the 90s because violence Jack was made by the Creator Go Nagai who worked on Devilman Mazinger Z and other anime but for Fist of the north Star however it was made by Buronson and Tetsuo Hara.

Apocalypse Zero

Apocalypse Zero

In a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by earthquakes, grotesque monsters and powerful demons run rampant through the streets of New Tokyo. Only a select few people have been trained in the techniques necessary to defeat these creatures. Brothers Kakugo and Harara Hagakure not only possess the skills, they also harbor the power of the Zero Armor containing the souls of thousands of warriors. Separated from his brother, Kakugo roams the land fighting in order to restore some sort of peace and safety to mankind. However, he finds these monstrosities to be merely pawns to a much larger adversary from his past, who may prove to be his most dangerous opponent of all.

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Thrawn Thrawn says...

Worlds that gone into the toilet, badasses that smite evil to bring justice or less badness to the world and some plots you can't really care about. Violence abound, cheese dubs, a bit lacking in equality and for Apocalypse Zero, some mature content not safe for your brain. Apocalypse Zero over Violence Jack 3, but both are still crap. Violent crap from yester decade.

MD Geist

MD Geist

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.  

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Thrawn Thrawn says...

Know what they have in common? Badass people in the title killing evil in the face. To be fair, Violence Jack shares the action with some other people, mainly that chick with the gun. MD Geist makes everybody in his OVA look like a bunch of pussies.

You aren't going to give two shits about plot, character development or any of that weak ass shit. These two cheese fests of the ghetto age of violent OVAs with kickass soundtracks are all about action, violence, shooting evil in the balls and feats of testicular combustion awesomeness. MD Geist is more badass than Violence Jack but I wouldn't be doing Jacky any justice if I didn't mention how awesome some of it's stuff is. You could say it's... electrifying.

But I'm kidding, that's for Violence Jack 1.

Heavenly Delusion

Heavenly Delusion

Within the safety of the walls, youths are raised in a nursery setting by robots. Outside is a hellscape with powerful technology and equally powerful super-natural beings.

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CodexScript CodexScript says...

"Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" and "Heavenly Delusion" are both anime series that fall into the horror and supernatural genres, but they have distinct differences as well. Let's explore some of the similarities and differences between the two:

Similarities:

1. Horror Themes: Both "Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" and "Heavenly Delusion" contain elements of horror. They explore dark and disturbing themes, often featuring violence, gore, and supernatural elements. This makes them suitable for viewers who enjoy the horror genre.

2. Post-Apocalyptic Settings: Both series are set in post-apocalyptic worlds, where society has collapsed, and chaos reigns. This setting adds a dystopian and gritty atmosphere to the stories.

3. Violence and Action: As implied by the title "Violence Jack," both series feature intense and graphic violence, as well as action sequences. Fans of brutal combat and gore may find elements to enjoy in both.

Differences:

1. Tone and Atmosphere: "Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" is known for its extremely grim and violent tone, often delving into extreme brutality and chaos. "Heavenly Delusion," on the other hand, might have horror elements but is generally considered to have a more balanced and nuanced approach, including character development and psychological aspects.

2. Story and Plot: "Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" is more episodic in nature, with loosely connected stories and a central anti-hero protagonist. "Heavenly Delusion," on the other hand, typically has a more structured and continuous plot that revolves around its characters' experiences and challenges in the post-apocalyptic world.

3. Themes: "Heavenly Delusion" tends to explore themes of survival, human nature, and personal relationships in a world gone awry. It may incorporate elements of mystery and psychological horror. "Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" often focuses on the brutality and chaos of the post-apocalyptic world, emphasizing gore and shock value.

4. Audience: Due to its extreme violence and content, "Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" is generally intended for a more mature and niche audience who can handle its graphic nature. "Heavenly Delusion" may have broader appeal, as it incorporates a variety of themes and character development, making it potentially more accessible to a wider range of viewers.

In summary, while both "Violence Jack: Hell's Wind" and "Heavenly Delusion" share some similarities in terms of their horror and post-apocalyptic settings, they differ significantly in terms of tone, storytelling approach, themes, and intended audience. Viewers looking for a more brutal and shock-oriented experience may prefer "Violence Jack," while those seeking a more complex and nuanced narrative might lean toward "Heavenly Delusion."

Tokko

Tokko

Ranmaru is a young cop with a dark past. As one of the few survivors of a mindless slaughter in his apartment block, he joins a special unit called TOKKI to avenge his parents. In his first case, the already ghastly murder scene turns to one of terror, as the inhuman killers start to massacre the police. After being saved at the last minute by a secret unit named TOKKO who wield swords instead of guns, Ranmaru's mind is filled with questions and he is determined to find out the answers, no matter what it takes. What are these monsters, and why did they recognize him?

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Tokyo Tribe 2

Tokyo Tribe 2

Kai and Hashim enjoy hanging out at Penny's Cafe with their rest of their gang, the Saru 'tribe'. Good-natured and fun-loving, the Sarus take in meek and geeky Tamiyama who wishes to join their gang, appointing him as secretary for lack of other obvious abilities. Befriended by Kai and Hashim, Tamiyama doesn't have time to get to grips with tribe life before disaster strikes the Sarus: a leading fighter of a rival gang is sent to assassinate Saru's leader. The assassin turns out to be Mera, Kai's friend growing up. Brandishing a baseball bat against Mera's katana, the two friends now find themselves as rivals in an escalating war between the tribes...

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Freezing Vibration

Freezing Vibration

Satellizer el Bridget and some of the most powerful – and desirable – Pandoras in the world are summoned to a secret base in the wilds of Alaska.​ These gorgeous warriors arrive primed for battle,​ but they soon discover the true purpose for their presence: to assist the clandestine Chevalier organization in forging a new breed of soldier - E-Pandoras! Once normal girls,​ these eager beauties volunteered to have their bodies genetically enhanced in order to join the fight against the deadly alien invaders plaguing the planet.​ But there's more to becoming a superhuman battle vixen than tattered uniforms and sultry slugfests.​ Rumors of heinous experimentation haunt the E-Pandora project,​ and only Satellizer and her loyal companion Kazuya can unravel the mystery before it's too late!

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Doomed Megalopolis

Doomed Megalopolis

Tokyo: 1912. The imperial government begins to put in motion its plan to industrialize the capital so that it may take its place among the great cities of the modern world. The evil sorcerer Kato (who bears more than a passing resemblance to Street Fighter II's M Bison) would rather see Tokyo in ruins, and plans to resurrect the spirit of the warrior Taro Masakado to destroy the city. To do this he must possess the soul of a young girl with untapped supernatural powers, Yukari Tatsumiya. Various spiritual guardians try and fail to protect Yukari from his demonic powers, only for Kato's plan to be thwarted by the benign Masakado himself. Kato bides his time until he can use Yukari's daughter Yukiko to carry out the destruction on his own, but a new warrior appears to protect the Tatsumiya household: Keiko, an unassuming shrine maiden who wields the power of Heaven itself.

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Gambo

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A young girl asks a white bear to defeat a vicious ogre that is kidnapping the first born girls of a small village.

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Killing Bites

Killing Bites

Yuuya Nomoto, an ordinary college student, met a mysterious high-school student called Hitomi after being involved in an incident, and saw her transform into a beast and fight a Leo monster at a landfill. They're Therianthropes who have brains of humans and fangs of beasts. Hitomi is Ratel, a Brute with the strongest killer instinct. Nomoto gets involved in their battles called Killing Bites.

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