Chess & Jack
In the far future, advanced technology made it possible to build a dome city in space. Chess arrives in this city after learning that Esther, his rich sister, has died. But Chess finds out that his legacy was inherited by Android Jack, who chooses him as his new owner...
Jack of All Trades
The so-called Jack of All Trades, is the hidden police organization any profession can be inserted into. They are unsung heroes and help the police solve all kinds of urban crimes. Zhang Dabao is one of the Jack of All Trades... However, at present, his living situation is not booming. At this time, a "beautiful woman" who was harassed by perverts took the initiative to entrust him with help, and he launched a stimulating commission task from now on.
Black Jack is an "unregistered" doctor with a clouded, mysterious past. He works with his little assistant Pinoko (who has a massive crush on the doctor), dealing with medical cases not very well known, which can be strange, dangerous, or not known at all. But he is a genius, and can save almost any of his patients' lives (as long as they have the money for it, that is), and is known to many around the world, especially to those of medicine and science. He's a man of science himself, and does not believe much until he has seen it, yet it is many times he is surprised by love and nature often overpowering the science he bases his life in. (Source: ANN)
Since he can remember, Mikuriya Aki has always been able to open any lock he wants. He uses this special ability to run an underground business, cold-heartedly stealing whatever his clients ask in exchange for a million yen each time. Among his acquaintances are Rin, a nun who can see through anything, Kanbayashi Mitsuhiko, a specialist at gathering information, and Kiwami Ryuutaro, a childhood friend and loan shark. Also published in Vol. 1 and Vol. 3 are one-shots titled "Meiou Hades" and "Love & Peace". The first is about a boy who is involved in an accident and ends up prematurely in hell where he meets another mysterious guy with white hair and black eyes. The latter is about a substitute teacher who helps a student using her ability to visit the dreams of those sleeping near her.
The story is set at the elite Omega High School, where test results decide everything. The high-scorers in the student council, in particular the student council president, have a lot of authority. Yuria Aikawa comes to this school, and though she seems like an ordinary girl who loves fun things and her boyfriend Shuri, she's actually a super-genius who gets the top score on every test. She becomes student council president and tries to make school life more fun in various ways. (Source: ANN) Included one-shot: Volume 1: Monster Land☆
Contains several short stories: 1. Hawk Jack 2. Misdirection 3. Nondescript 4. Mamotte Agetai
Black Jack Neo
Dr. Black Jack - unlicensed, unorthodox, thoroughly brilliant - he is a surgical genius capable of such impossible feats like operating blind, and even operating on himself. In this beautiful remake of Tezuka’s best-loved series, Dr. Black Jack's ingenuity and skills are once again called upon and put to the test: a starlet who has built her life around a secret; a tortured artist who has lost his muse; a pro-fighter whose compassion is his handicap; and a disfigured man whose face has corrupted his soul. As he takes on cases that will push the limits of medical science, only he can create the miracles necessary to save his patients. (Source: Chuang Yi).
It's Noh-A's first day at Amityville High School, and her reception is chilly to say the least. Brutal might be a better description! Decapitated but not dead (or is she??), Noh-A quickly realizes that nothing is as it appears at Amityville High where paranormal creatures battle for supremacy. Caught in the crossfire, Noh-A may have to rely on the unlikely (and possibly unreliable) aid of the most sinister student at Amityville... the deadly Jack Frost! (Source: Yen Press)
Shin Violence Jack
This brief resurrection of Go Nagai's Violence Jack character appeared in 8 chapters in the magazine Comic Bunch in 2005 and has never been collected in a single volume. OK, resurrection may be the wrong word since Jack didn't actually die when Nagai ended the original series in 1990 and he also didn't bite it in the 2001 stand-alone short story DEMONS IN A WAR-TORN land. But you get the idea. (Source: deadfrog)
Young Black Jack
Based on the brilliant maverick doctor created by manga pioneer Osamu Tezuka. This prequel follows Black Jack when he was still a medical student in the 1960s. (Source: ANN)
Tokyo Ghoul: "Jack"
Long before becoming the infamous "Reaper" of the Commission of Counter Ghoul, a young Kishou Arima was once assigned to attend high school in order to investigate a series of murders caused by a ghoul with a fervent appetite. What was supposed to be a solo mission changed very quickly for the young genius as he became involved with his delinquent classmate Taishi Fura. When Fura witnesses the brutal death of his best friend at the hands of a masked ghoul named "Lantern," it seems certain he will meet a similar fate. At the last minute he is saved by Arima, giving Fura a glimpse into the world of a ghoul investigator. Although the ghoul escapes, Fura decides to join forces with his savior and classmate, vowing to bring Lantern to justice. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Black Jack Alive
Using Tezuka's characters, the very best artists were allowed to let loose and adapt his characters into short stories. (m-u)
Jaaku no Jack
Jack was a cross-bred of demon and human. In order to get a place in the hell he hd to commit certain things, including the trading of souls and goods taking place in his own shop.
Black Jack: Aoki Mirai
Set around the year 20xx, where Black Jack is nearly 60 years old.
Black Jack ni Yoroshiku
Saitou Eijirou is a newly established intern doctor, who is forced to take on a second night job at another, much smaller hospital because of the extremely low pay he receives. As he bounces between the two different hospitals, he is forced to dig deeper and deeper into Japan's largely corrupted medical society and starts to question even his own initial beliefs, as he asks himself just what being a doctor means. (Source: ANN)
Black Jack Kuroi Ishi
Black Jack Kuroi Ishi (Black Jack Dark Surgeon) was published in 2005 and 2006. It is a direct remake of the original Black Jack manga, with original Tezuka stories rewritten and redrawn in a more modern manga style by Kenji Yamamoto. It was published in Shounen Champion, the same magazine which hosted Black Jack Alive and Black Jack Neo. It is three volumes (20 issues) in length, and ended serialization Feb. 9th 2006.
Oyasumi Jack the Ripper
Edward the Executor cuts people's heads off with a giant pair of scissors. But one day his heart is punctured and he lands straight in hell. Edward hasn't quite digested the news of his death yet, so he has to look for a job and an apartment, pay the bail and the rent... He quickly realises that hell is going to be hot. He meets Jack the Ripper and finds out that monsters are no longer his biggest problem.
Black Jack no Yuuwaku
The billionaire's bedroom bargain... Jack Maguire was turned away from his father's house and has never forgotten that day—or how much he wanted his stepsister, Sally. Now a billionaire tycoon, by a twist of fate Jack's inherited his father's property-- and has an opportunity to get revenge.... Jack has a bargain to make with Sally, who has grown into a beautiful, desirable woman. She can keep her beloved house...if she will be his mistress on weekends! (Source: fictiondb)
Jack In The Box
Arata gives his girlfriend 'skin to skin loving' when his girlfriends little twin brothers wanna know what 'skin to skin loving' means... There's only one way for Arata to show Kagari and Natsumi what 'skin to skin loving' really means... (Source: MU)
Radiata Stories: The Epic of Jack
In the center of the world lies the human kingdom of Radiata. People throughout the land sing of its glory. Sharing the world with the humans are the fairy creatures. Dwarves, elves, goblins, and others all lead their different lives. Although they are not exactly friends, humans and nonhumans live side-by-side in harmony. In a small village, a young man named Jack lives with his sister. Dreaming of becoming a great knight like his father before him, he ventures forth one day to join the famous Royal Radiata Knights. But the fragile peace between humans and fairy creatures threatens to shatter... where exactly does Jack's destiny lie? This is Jack's Side of the story. Based on the homonymous game.
Violence Jack: Demons in a War-Torn Land
A Violence Jack one-shot from 2001. What happens when Jack and some bikers mysteriously get sent back into the age of samurai.