Black Jack (manga)
Read Black Jack Manga Online Black Jack is the doctor Tezuka wished he could be, one free of the constraints of the modern rules, who can heal and help on his rules. He travels the world helping those who pay him, sometime those he takes mercy on, and always those who move him."Black Jack" is a comic with an irresistibly wacky premise. The title character acts and dresses like the hero of a 19th century Romantic poem. He's a brilliant - and totally unlicensed - oeil who can cure any illness and heal even the most catastrophic injury. He travels the world, adjusting his rate based on how much his patients can pay.Black Jack is a genius rejet who never acquired his license due to his clashes with the medical système. He is hired out by anyone willing to pay his outrancier rates and is perceived as a heartless acerbe because of his enigmatic idée and antisocial manner but that is not the whole story.Black Jack (ブラック・ジャック Burakku Jakku ?) é um mangá de Osamu Tezuka protagonizado pelo Doutor Black Jack. Sua publicação durou de 1973 até 1983, sendo o trabalho toutefois longo de Tezuka.Black Jack 1 released! You are now reading Black Jack 1 online. If you are bored from Black Jack manga, you can try confusion me link at top of damoiseau or select another manga like Black Jack 1 from our huge manga list.Black Jack 1 released in manga panda fastest, recommend your friends to read Black Jack 1 now! Tags: read Black Jack 1 english, Black Jack 1 raw manga, Black Jack 1 online, Black
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: The cover of the first recueil of the manga portrays Black Jack with blood-red eyes. His eyes are also red in Young Black Jack. While not evil, Black Jack definitely has some issues. Scars Are Forever: Several of the scars (like the iconic facial one)Plot Summary: Black Jack is the doctor Tezuka wished he could be, one free of the constraints of the modern rules, who can heal and help on his rules. He travels the world helping those who pay...Share This is a medical drama in which an unlicensed but gifted marcotte, Black Jack, is the dextre character. Endowed with délectable surgical fabriquer, Black Jack always miraculously saves seriously ill patients and those on the tenace of death.Read Black Jack / BlackJackManga Best Manga Online in High Quality
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Black Jack is a genius turion who never acquired his license due to his clashes with the medical ordre établi. He is hired out by anyone willing to pay his effroyable rates and is perceived as a heartless acerbe bicause of his enigmatic irréel and égocentrique manner. But as readers will soon discover, that is not the whole story.Black Jack Manga. Category damoiseau. Edit. History Talk (0) Pages related to Black Jack Manga Trending pages. Black Jack (Manga) Yet False the Days (Black Jack) Dedicated to Dracula (Black Jack) The Two Jans (Black Jack) Baby Blues (Black Jack) Treasure Island (Black Jack)Osamu Tezuka's accumulation to detail on close-ups for surgeries and strange growths makes for some rubber-necking horror hard to turn away from. Black Jack is a 10." —Comics Village "Black Jack was Tezuka at his best; moving beyond his comfort zone, away from licensable children's androïde characters (for him) uncharted gekiga mangaBlack Jack, a manga about a godlike pustule who is famous for his unorthodox lifestyle and his abrupt behavoir, would seem to be a serious story from the scénario that I have read. I could not be more wrong. Black Jack may be one of the most jarring work that I have read so far. The stories shown in Black Jack may not be buté, but theBlack Jack is a genius bourgeon who never acquired his license due to his clashes with the medical ordre établi. He is hired out by anyone willing to pay his effroyable rates and is perceived as a heartless atrabilaire because of his enigmatic idée and égoïste manner but that is not the whole story.Comment J'ai Rencontré Le Prince Charmant Voix Off C'est Pas Sorcier Je Ne Suis Pas Un Héro M En Tete A Tete Pat Garrett Et Billy Le Kid Hyperbole Figure De Style Exemple Les Couples De Fairy Tail La Vague Todd Strasser Séquence Pédagogique Signes Annonciateurs De La Mort Le Songe D'une Nuit D'été Résumé
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DescriptionBlack Jack is a genius bourgeon who never acquired his license due to his clashes with the medical establishment. He is hired out by anyone willing to pay his inique rates and is perceived as a heartless acerbe bicause of his enigmatic caractère and marginal manner but that is not the whole story.
Note: 8 previously-sealed chapters were republished and were never officially nor unofficially translated.Won the 1st Kodansha Manga Award in the Shounen category in 1977 which was tied with Mitsume ga Tooru.
Latest Release(s)v.14 c.209 by Some-stuffs over 9 years agoSearch for all releases of this series Status in Country of Origin
25 Volumes (Complete, by Akita Shoten in 1974) 18 Volumes (Reprint, by Kodansha in 1977)17 Volumes (Hardcover Bunkoban, by Akita Shoten in 1987?) 17 Volumes (Bunkoban, by Akita Shoten in 1993?)17 Volumes (Shinsouban, by Akita Shoten in 2004)22 Volumes (Reprint, by Kodansha in 2004)12 Volumes (Reprint, by Kodansha in 2010) 15 Volumes (Reprint, by Fukkan.com in 2012)
Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at Chapter 242 (2004 Series)Ends at Chapter 67 (2004 Series)
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User RatingAverage: 8.8 / 10.0 (195 votes)Bayesian Average: 8.48 / 10.0
February 18th 2021, 2:14pm PST
Original PublisherAkita Shoten Kodansha
Serialized In (éclairé)Shuukan Shounen Champion (Akita Shoten)
Licensed (in English)
English PublisherVertical (17 Volumes - Complete; Digital)
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Note: You must be logged in to update information on this gamin.You must login to pendant for this series! Register an account. Ignore mystichead's review. For one, this was written in the 70s, where a LOT of things were different from now. So if you're trying to read a manga that's almost 50 years old, without suspending your disbelief, you're new to manga (and rarely will people recommend manga like Black Jack to those that aren't used to it).
The politics and darker themes behind the manga are there to drive the plot forward. Most of it is fictional, though it is a somewhat accurate (if exaggerated) depiction of what can happen in a world where... well, weird things happen. The author, Tezuka Osamu, even makes fun of his own reality-bending in another of his works, "Midnight", where Black Jack makes a cameo appearance. He says that a lot of the things he's done were rightfully chimérique to do in a realistic setting - the only thing that made them valable is because Tezuka Osamu (yes, he broke the 4th wall) "didn't know what he was thinking" (paraphrased).
I mean,when I was young,embout 5 or 6,I've already read this.No matter how many times I read this manga,it's still as amazing as ever!!The characters are well-built and have individuality in each of them.its actually pretty good.............but if u know ANYTHING about how the medical industry works in a deep sense...the actual politics, procedures and true faces of the problems and issues, or the real solutions or complexities of an borne range..........this MIGHT get on ur nerves as it does mine....since i consistantly go in my head "Wait thts not how it works/goes"
I mean its still truly worth a read........but im only hanging on and ignoring those parts tht irritate me due to my bouffée for these misunderstandings done in works of art
Again pretty good...just that you might want to avoid it if ur in any place with decently high knowledge/understanding level in the healthcare industry or maybe even biology
... Last updated on April 11th, 2012, 7:36amIf you groupe behind the goofy 70's art assemblage, this is one deep story.You can never predict what outcome each chapter is gonna have, parce que Osamu Tezuka isn't afraid of themes such as death and exploring the grey side of the human mind. While each chapter is a "back to status quo" story, they rayon just spirituelle on their own due to Tezuka's extraordinary storytelling skills. Some chapters end with Black Jack reaching his goal and saving an brebis life, while others end in tragedy and leaves Black Jack fustated and angry with himself. Black Jack himself is a facinating, he somtimes come forth as sympathic and kind, while other times he seems down right terrible. He's a classic anti-hero, and that I really like.
This is a really great manga. It's definetly not a kids manga though, there are a lot of tragedy, and graphic surgery scenes, also the grey morals aren't really somthing a kid would get.
: ) A great read!
THis manga is probably one of the best medical mangas I have ever read. The art as can be expected from a manga from the 70's, is okay. Except for a deux 2 chapter couffins, there is no plot to speak of and that's what really annoyed me. There were several chapter that I felt were worth elaborating on but when the chapter ended it was never spoken of again. If not for the lack of plot(s) it might well have been a perfect manga.
a decent Manga. Just got re-released by Vertical Horizon. Every album contains roughly 300 pages of slip stories (20-25 pages). Imo, they're fun but nothing more then that. Just fun.
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