Jackie Chan Adventures

Season 4 Episode 4

Black Magic

Aired Unknown Oct 04, 2003 on The WB
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Episode Summary

While attempting to stop the Enforcers from getting the fourth oni mask, it accidentally lands on Captain Black's face. He uses the powers of the mask to help him easily take down the Enforcers. Jackie and the rest of the group become worried when Captain Black becomes very intrigued and excited by his newfound abilities.moreless

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Adam Baldwin

Adam Baldwin


Recurring Role

Clancy Brown (I)

Clancy Brown (I)

Captain Augustus Black/Ratso

Recurring Role

John DiMaggio

John DiMaggio

Hak Foo

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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  • QUOTES (8)

  • NOTES (7)

    • The buttercup scout arrested was the one that sold cookies to Tohru in "Scout's Honor."

    • Tarakudo briefly appears in this episode

    • Key Mask Removal Ingredient: Rare Japanese Seaweed.

    • Mask Wearer: Captain Black

    • Jade uses the Tiger Talisman to split Captain Black's Good Side from the Bad Side that has the Oni Mask

    • New Shadowkhan: Sumo Shadowkhan. Huge bodies and limbs( like a Sumo Wrestler), and extra strong. These type of Shadowkahn are similar to the ones that Jackie is seen punching in the 4th Season intro.

    • This is the second time the Talismans are used this season (the first was in The Amazing T-Troop). The new Tiger Talisman does not seperate in two like the original did after being bitten into accidentally (see The Tiger and The Pussycat), but its magic does allows a person's Yin and Yang to seperate and rejoin (Captain Black, in this case). Also of note: People using Talismans now have the symbol of that Talisman in their eyes (like the animals did in season 3). This will presumably continue on as a trend for the rest of the series.


    • Captain Black: The mask tells me. It knows who's naughty and nice.

      This is an allusion to the classic 1934 Christmas song "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" by John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie. Where in the song Santa Claus is always checking his list for the names of those who have been naughty or nice.