Jackie Chan Adventures

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Jackie Chan Adventures
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Jackie Chan is now a cartoon character in his very own television series, battling to obtain the 12 magic talismans, each containing its very own power. He and his Uncle get a visit from Jackie's niece - Jade - and that's when Jackie finds out about Section 13 and the magic talismans which the Dark Hand are trying to retrieve to free the trapped Dragon, Shendu, from his prison of stone, so he will give them the lost treasure of Shen Che Hun. Jackie Chan defeated the Dark Hand almost every time, so Shendu had to use his own allies - The Shadowkhan - to help them destroy Jackie Chan. All the talismans that were found were placed in high security in Section 13. While Jackie continued to obtain each and every talisman, the Dark Hand also tried to figure out where Section 13 was located to steal the talismans and continue searching for the remaining stones. Soon, all of the talismans were collected and Shendu was freed from his stone form. Now, he was able to roam the Earth and destroy all of Asia, but Jackie Chan, with Uncle and Jade, stopped him and Jade destroyed him. In the second season, Shendu's spirit is told by his brothers and sisters that he should've released them when he was in the real world and they put a spell on him to possess a person to get the Pan Ku box and remain in that person's body until all of the 7 demon sorcerers are released (he wants to possess Jackie). If he fails, the torment on Shendu will begin. After taking over Valmont's body mistakenly, he must free the other demons to reign chaos on the planet. He then possessed the Pan Ku Box which can release his fellow demons at different rendezvous points and bring chaos upon the Earth and to destroy Jackie Chan. Jackie continues to search for the Pan Ku box and retrieve it before the Dark Hand actually sends a demon he cannot defeat with Uncle, Jade, and Tohru. After this is over, Jackie goes through many different adventures until towards the end of the season, we are introduced to a Dark Chi Wizard named Daolon Wong. At the end of the season, Daolon Wong takes a interest towards the Talismans, hoping to absorb their powers and make himself invincible. In the third season, just as Jackie is ready to retire from Section 13, Daolon Wong and the Dark Hand break into Section 13, trying to steal the talismans. But Jackie blows up the talismans, and Uncle imprisons Daolon Wong's original Dark Chi Warriors. So they must now save the talisman-powered animals from Daolon Wong and his newly Dark Chi warriorized servants: Finn, Ratso, and Chow with Hak Foo coming later. Even at the time, Daolon Wong resurrected Shendu to get the power of combustion. After Shendu was reverted back to a statue and Daolon Wong (who was stripped from most of his magic) and the enforcers (who have been returned to their true forms) have been arrested, the talismans popped out of Shendu during the defeat. In the fourth season, Jackie must stop Tarakudo the Shadowkhan King and the enforcers from collecting the 9 Omni masks (which used to be his generals) of power that will allow him to control the Shadowkhan. In the fifth season, Jackie must stop Drago from absorbing the chi of his aunts and uncles, the Demon Sorcerers, from the original items that were used by the 8 Immortals to banish them to the Demon Netherworld. Jackie Chan Adventures was nominated for three awards at the Emmy Awards for 2001 and 2002. The series was nominated for the 2001 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Special Class, received by Robert Duran (supervising sound editor), and Roshaun Hawley (dialogue editor/adr editor). Nominated for the 2002 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing - Special Class, received by the same crew members as last year, and for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing - Special Class. Fil Brown (re-recording mixer), Dan Cubert (re-recording mixer), Melissa Gentry-Ellis (re-recording mixer) accepted the award while Jackie Chan obtained the 2002 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program.moreless
Noah Nelson

Noah Nelson

Tohru

James Sie

James Sie

Jackie Chan

Clancy Brown

Clancy Brown

Captain Augustus Black

Sab Shimono

Sab Shimono

Uncle Chan

Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan

Himself ("Hey Jackie!" Segment)

Stacie Chan

Stacie Chan

Jade Chan

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • It was somewhat enjoyable early on but it then became quite repetitive and lame.

    4.5
    I also loath Jade -the most annoying and disruptive character ever, she is also cause of so many of the protagonists problems which regularly put people in danger.
  • Jackie Chan's the man

    10
    Jackie Chan totally kick's ass all the way as a kung fu master
  • Only have 6 words to say!

    9.0
    I only have 6 words to say: BAD DAY BAD DAY BAD DAY!
  • why did they have to go?

    10
    Its all because of the loonitics show from looney tunes like seriously that series i dont like 1 bit its really annoying espically that loud mouth chewer rabbit bugs i dont care about this show its done its time in the 90's now let Jackie have his big shot with his first (probably last) cartoon meep meep*? well bleep bleep 2 u looneytoons you destroyed the best show and jackies dream about being a cartoon sure it last 5 seasons but we felt engaged to the plot and 5 different stories it brung us i will miss the J-team espically Jackie, Jade, Toruh and of course Uncle; he's all our uncle to those who questioned oh and by the way those who missed the series and or just want to watch it again, its on Netflixmoreless
  • an ok show not that very interesting. i think it needs to not be on air again

    4.5
    this show was ok it was realy good and very cool at first then started to get dumner and more stupid. not a family show it would bore my family to death after watching it. i think it is only a good show for 5 year olds it gets boring i used to like it but not anymore i do not reccomend watching it unless ur into these kinda shows i personly am not. I expected more from a show about jackie Chan. its not that it stinks it that i got bored of it eventually. But some people probaly would like to watch it a lot.moreless
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teen angst, supernatural forces, epic adventure, good vs. evil, Martial Arts