Young Black Jack
Posted 23 November 2004 - 12:56 AM
Posted 23 November 2004 - 01:00 AM
In this case, there is no Black Jack 3.
Posted 23 November 2004 - 01:08 AM
Posted 23 November 2004 - 09:53 AM
This was due to the Earthquakes and it disrupted the schedule, so they decided to skip it..... which I think is quite stupid :/
Posted 30 June 2007 - 03:33 AM
Posted 30 June 2007 - 04:43 AM
|QUOTE (LiC @ Jun 29 2007, 10:33 PM)|
|So did Froth-Bite drop Black Jack? Is it on hiatus/break/vacation? Will Froth-Bite continue subbing?|
dude, look how old this thread is
Posted 19 February 2008 - 09:36 PM
i was checking around and will download this , if ilike it ill look for it on DVD!
Posted 24 February 2008 - 03:26 AM
Posted 24 February 2008 - 05:28 AM
I will wait until ep 61 !!!!!!
Posted 24 February 2008 - 06:25 AM
|QUOTE (killorbekilled @ Jun 29 2007, 10:43 PM)|
|dude, look how old this thread is|
lmao, thats a good comment i didn't realize until i read it that this thread is back from 04 haha... gotta remember this before i ask for something from 4 years ago by mistake
btw doesn't look like a good show...considering the thread couldn't get to half a page in 4 years
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Posted 02 April 2009 - 03:59 AM
can i request something???---please post episode 35 and above to youtube---
i cant find episodes from episode 35 and above please post it please??
Posted 25 April 2009 - 07:34 AM
can i ask when will you post the episode 47 of black jack???
hehehe.......i cant w8
many fans are waiting
Posted 29 April 2009 - 04:29 AM
even if im just an amateur fan i won't give up on waiting....
even it may take a year i will wait ^,..,^
Posted 25 November 2009 - 01:50 AM
"03 "The Dog Thief"
"Hittakuri Inu" (ã²ã£ãŸãã‚ŠçŠ¬) 17 July 2006
Black Jack and Pinoko take in a dog they name Largo. The dog has a habit of stealing things and putting them outside. Inevitably, Largo takes a necklace the doctor received as payment, forcing Black Jack and Pinoko leave the house. An earthquake occurs and both are saved as the dog had detected the catastrophe.
** This episode was canceled due to a major earthquake that occurred shortly before the intended release. Later, it was aired upon cancellation of a baseball game telecast, but was not labeled as "Karte 03."
Later on, Froth-Bite released it once it had aired on TV, it's available as a torrent on AnimeSuki.
Also, looks like they changed their name at some point to Frostii or somesuch.
And yes, this topic is several months old, but I figured I might as well let you guys know.
Posted 26 April 2010 - 04:51 AM
Every so often I've heard an anime called Black Jack mentioned. I finally gave in to my curiosity and watched an episode.
I have no idea why but I actually like Black Jack. It has a strange, retro 1980s anime style and Pinoko is a very odd little character but, for some reason, I keep watching and, surprisingly, I have grown quite fond of it. I've now seen 16 episodes and I think that I will probably, eventually, see all 61.
It's an anime that's on my short list of relaxing animes. All the episodes that I've seen so far are self-contained so it's perfect for a quick anime fix at the end of an overly busy day. Perhaps Black Jack appeals to me because it is so very different from any other recent(ish) animes. The style of animation makes it hard to believe that the original run was from 2004 to 2006. The manga itself was first published in the 1970s and they stayed fairly true to the original style; however, thankfully, it is worlds away from the production style of that era.
The stories are fairly straight forward and almost always involve Dr Black Jack performing some kind of miraculous operation (and charging an outrageous fee). Although the author of the manga, Osamu Tezuka (often called the father of manga), was in fact trained as a doctor, there is a large helping of fantasy with medical facts being tossed out the window if they don't suit the story. Dr Black Jack somewhat frequently performs medically impossible feats!
Although he demands outrageous sums of money, (he often informs Pinoko that he is not a philantropist) Black Jack performs many good deeds which are rarely acknowledged. Ultimately, he does not charge more than can be afforded (if, perhaps, with some difficulty) and sometimes even takes payment in kind. Overall, he has, in his own unique way, quite a holistic approach to medicine healing more than just the body of his patients.
"You're five hundred years old and you can't use a telephone?
Read the directions. What are you, an immortal idiot?"
(Daniel to Armand, Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice)
Posted 02 October 2015 - 02:00 AM
Title: YOUNG BLACK JACK
Japanese: ヤング ブラック・ジャック
Airing dates: 1/10/2015 (TV series 12 episodes) and 23/4/2011 (live-action dorama)
Genres: Drama, Mystery, Medical, Shounen
Original creators: Yoshiaki Tabata (manga) and Osamu Tezuka (concept)
Original character designer: Yūgo Ōkuma (manga)
Directors: Mitsuko Kase (TV) and Kentaro Otani (dorama)
Music by: Daisuke Ikeda, Kensuke Akiyama, Hirohito Furui (TV) and Yoshihiro Ike (dorama)
Written by: Ryōsuke Takahashi (TV) and Yoshiaki Tabata (script)
Character designers and chief animation directors: Miyuki Katayama and Nana Miura (TV)
Art directors: Masato Shibata and Minoru Nishida (TV)
Sound director: Toshiki Kameyama (TV)
Director of photography: Kazumasa Someya (TV)
Color design by: Megumi Arai (TV)
Editing: Tamami Watabe (TV)
Medical supervision by: Nobumasa Goto (TV)
Studios: Tezuka Productions, (TV) Toho Studios and Kadokawa Daiei Studio (dorama)
Network: TBS, CBC, SUN, BS-TBS (TV) and Nippon TV (dorama)
Opening theme: "I am Just Feeling Alive" by UMI☆KUUN
Ending theme: "All Categorize (オールカテゴライズ)" by Takuto
Main cast: Kurō Hazama (間 黒男) / Black Jack (ブラック・ジャック) voiced by Yuichiro Umehara and played by Masaki Okada
Yabu (藪) voiced by Kōji Yusa
Maiko Okamoto (岡本 舞子) voiced by Shizuka Itō
Tōrō Tachiiri (立入 灯郎) / Acetylene Lamp (アセチレン・ランプ) voiced by Hiroki Touchi
Jōtarō Honma (本間 丈太郎) voiced by Kazuo Kumakura and played by Masachika Ichimura
Doctor Kirīi (軍医 キリー) / Doctor Kiriko (ドクター・キリコ) voiced by Junichi Suwabe
Narration (ナレーション) by Akio Ohtsuka
Eri Imagami (今上 エリ)
Thomas Williams (トマス・ウィリアムズ)
Professor Liesenberg (リーゼンバーグ教授)
Raymond voiced by Norihiro Inoue
Tomezō Kanayama voiced by Kazuo Oka
Jō voiced by Takuya Eguchi
Aoyama voiced by Megumi Toyoguchi
Tamura voiced by Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
Smith voiced by Ryōtarō Okiayu
Marlon voiced by Hisafumi Oda
Hugo voiced by Shunsuke Takeuchi
Takayanagi voiced by Kentarō Tone
Bob voiced by Hiroki Yasumoto
Phan voiced by M.A.O
Steve voiced by Shōta Yamamoto
Synopsis: The year is 1968, and the world is swept up in the Vietnam War and student protests. In this time of turmoil, a mysterious young man with white and black hair and a scar on his face is enrolled in medical school. His genius skills with a surgical knife achieve many a medical miracle and are getting noticed. This hero origin story reveals how this young man earned his medical degree and the name of Black Jack.
The drama will be an original story about the past of the brilliant mercenary doctor Black Jack, during his days as a medical student. In particular, the story will address questions such as why Black Jack does not have a medical license, why he seeks such expensive fees for his services, and how he is connected to his fateful rival Dr. Kiriko. On Christmas day, a bomb explodes in a shopping mall. The explosion was perpetrated by a serial bomber. A 9-year-old boy Kuro Hazama and his mother Mitsuko (Naho Toda) are seriously and transfered to a university hospital. With the elite skills of surgeon Dr. Jontaro Honma (Masachika Ichimura), Kuro survives, but is shocked to learn his mother is in a coma. Dr. Honma tells Kuro that when medical science advances, Michiko might one day awake. Kuro decides then to become a doctor. 15 years later, 24-year-old Kuro is a medical student and his mother is still in a coma. Kuro researches ways to awaken his mother. One day, on the street a medical student named Yuna (Riisa Naka) is about to give aid to a woman whose heart has suddenly stopped. But at that time, Kuro tells Yuna that there is a measure which should be done before giving cardiac aid. With Kuro's advice, the woman's life is saved. Meanwhile, Yuna's father is the chief director at the university hospital. A few days later, Kuro and Yuna meet again. Yuna (whose father is the chief director at the university hospital) has become interested in Kuro. She discovers that Kuro, without a license, treats patients who were rejected from the hospital.
|QUOTE (Hiasubi @ Sep 29 2015, 10:10 AM)|
|Black Jack simply because.|
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