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Young Black Jack: Complete Collection (2015/Sentai Blu-ray Set)



Picture: B+ Sound: B+ Extras: C Episodes: B+



Before he became the infamous Black Jack, he was a promising medical student known as Hazama Kuroo. Even at a young age, Hazama was already a genius and far ahead of the doctors who taught him. As new medical technology advances, Hazama soon find his calling ...a chance to save lives, even if he is not a doctor ...licensed or not, in Young Black Jack: Complete Collection (2015).


Scorned by his peers, envied by his rivals, Hazama is a young medical student learning about new medical technologies and procedures who soon learns the power to saving a life is closely tied in with money, politics, greed and corruption. But as a doctor knows no race, no politics, there is no value or higher calling than to save lives. Hazama saves lives, he learns how ugly, cruel the world and reality is, but he continues to use his scalpel not only to save lives, but to also cut out the darkness within human hearts.


Based on the story of Black Jack, the unlicensed doctor who performers miracle surgeries for huge sums of money, Young Black Jack is the origin story of while he was just a medical student. Through the times, wars, revolutions and experiences has shaped why he became an unlicensed doctor.


The 1080p 1.78 X 1 digital High Definition image and DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) lossless Japanese 2.0 Stereo (with some Pro Logic-like surrounds) play terrifically well throughout, near Sentais best of not at the very top of their demo performance releases. Extras include clean opening and closing animation and trailers.



Episodes include...


Where's the Doctor? - A young boy caught in a train accident and loses his an arm and leg, and only Hazama is willing to try and save him.


Abduction - Hazama and Yabu is abducted to perform an illegal heart transplant surgery to a corrupt and wealthy occult leader.


Deserter - Hazama finds the life of an army deserter in his hands when anti-war protesters won't take him to the hospital.


In Vietnam, Part 1 - Hazama goes to Vietnam to find Yabu when his hospital gets bombed ... only to be captured by the Vietcong.


In Vietnam, Part 2 - Hazama and his friends escaped from the Vietcong and meets another doctor whom helps them save a life.


In Vietnam, Part 3 - A wounded Vietcong arrives in town and needs surgery, but an incoming air strike will soon destroy the village.


Painless Revolution Part, 1 - Hazama meets Johnny, a man who can't feel pain.


Painless Revolution Part, 2 - Unknown to Hazama, Johnny was a result of illegal government experiment and the government can't have their experiment discovered.


The Gruesome Chronicle, Part 1 - Hazama meets Hyakki, a quadruple amputee and helps him give him robotic prostheses.


The Gruesome Chronicle, Part 2 - Hyakki learns the board of directors cause his accident that cause him to lose his limbs and vows revenge.


The Gruesome Chronicle, Part 3 - Hyakki hunted down as a serial killer, but only Hazama continues to believe Hyakki was another victim of a corrupt society.


The Season of Mania - Hazama gets caught up in a student protest and a young girl he saved was killed, he begins his life as 'Black Jack'. That he will save lives ...regardless of the rules of society.



- Ricky Chiang


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