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Jackie Chan Adventures is an American of The Walt Disney Company animated series chronicling the adventures of a fictionalized version of action film star Jackie Chan, with many of the episodes containing references to Chan's actual works. The series was produced by Warner Bros, and was nominated for multiple awards during its run. The series aired on The WB's Kids' WB! programming block from September 9, 2000 to July 8, 2005.

During its run on Kids' WB!, the series also aired briefly on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block in 2004.


Jackie Chan, an amateur archeologist, would prefer to quietly do his work for the local university, but fate has dealt him another hand. Finding a shield containing a talisman, he discovers that it is but the first of a dozen pursued by a criminal organization called "The Dark Hand," led by a man named Valmont and guided by a spirit named Shendu. Jackie, his niece Jade, and their uncle must cooperate with the secret law enforcement organization, Section 13, to oppose this threat.


Jackie Chan — An archaeologist in the series who lives in San Francisco with his uncle. He is forced into many adventures after being spurred on by both his uncle and close friend Captain Black of Section 13 to stop the Dark Hand from performing evil acts with magical artifacts. Later in the series he went up against similar evil forces. Jackie is a skilled martial artist and is very agile, but would prefer not to fight evil forces unless he has no choice.

Jade Chan — Jackie's pre-teen niece (actually his first cousin once removed, since she is his cousin Shen's daughter). She was born and raised in Hong Kong. However, because of her impatient personality, her school performance dropped low, and so she was sent to San Francisco to live with her uncle Jackie. At first, she was not happy about her 'banishment'. Luckily, Jade quickly changed her mind when she saw her uncle fighting off three sinister men and getting kidnapped by secret agents right afterwards. In her effort to rescue her uncle, she became acquainted with Section 13 and joined Jackie and Uncle in their subsequent adventures against the rising dark mystical forces.

Uncle — Called Uncle by everyone even though he is only Jackie's uncle. Uncle owns an antique store (which was originally an 8-track tape store), and became a chi wizard by learning his skills from Master Fong. In addition, he is an accomplished martial artist in his own right, and according to Jackie, Uncle himself was just like Jackie at the same age. Apparently, after he became too old for martial arts, he then studied an unknown fighting style that allowed him to knock out opponents with small jabs to the chest or neck, allowing him to knock out stronger opponents like Captain Black (utilized in "Day of the Dragon").

Captain Black — An old friend of Jackie Chan and the leader of the government organization known as Section 13. When the Dark Hand displayed an interest in ancient artifacts (actually Shendu's talismans), Black recruited his old friend Jackie as a consultant, but soon Jackie, his niece Jade and his Uncle all became personally embroiled in combat against Shendu and other magic-wielding forces. Black assists the characters of the show many times throughout the series, especially against each season's main threat. Originally a non-believer of magic, Captain Black was instantly converted when he saw Shendu in person (which does create some problems when he attempts to gain special permission for missions and equipment from his superiors against supernatural threats).

Tohru — Once the best enforcer for the Dark Hand who led Valmont's Enforcers during most of the talisman hunts on behalf of the dragon sorcerer Shendu. Despite his formidable size and strength, he proved to be no match for Jackie's martial arts skills. His string of defeats displeased Valmont so much that, for the hunt for one of the last talismans (the Pig), he hired the then-freelancer Hak Foo to ensure success of the mission -- a switch which Tohru greatly resented. Eventually (after the 1st season), Tohru changed sides and became Uncle's assistant and apprentice. 

Shendu — The main antagonist of the series, Shendu was once the ruler of China, but his subjects rebelled, led by Lo Pei, who turned him into a statue, and then scattered his twelve powers in the form of twelve talismans. Shendu vowed revenge, but was unable to do so for 900 years. He eventually teamed up with the Dark Hand, promising them a lost treasure in exchange for the talismans.

Valmont — The leader of the Dark Hand who hails from the United Kingdom. He is a skillful criminal mastermind and martial arts expert who is able to hold his own against (and even get the better of) Jackie in their personal confrontations. When something goes wrong, he says his catchphrase, "blast!"

Finn — An Irish-American criminal and the brains (or at least the most intelligent) of the Dark Hand enforcers. He is a 1970s fanatic, and sang disco at weddings before joining the Dark Hand. Along with the other two recurring Enforcers and Hak Foo, he worked for Shendu, Valmont, Daolon Wong, Tarakudo and Drago (shortly). He commonly and playfully refers to Valmont as Big-V and Shendu as "Shen-Dude".

Ratso — A nerdy strongman who acts somewhat childish, dimwitted and has a fondness of toys, baseball and grilled cheese sandwiches. He wears a bandage across his nose as a fashion statement, and studied theoretical physics before joining the Enforcers.

Chow — Of Asian descent (most likely Chinese, for in Season 2 episode 3, he is able to read a riddle in Chinese), he is the shortest and youngest member of the group. His trademark is a pair of orange sunglasses, which are actually eyeglasses. He worked at a store called Sunglass Shack, where he was employee of the month 3 times, before joining the Dark Hand.

Shendu's 12 Talismans — The Talismans of "Shendu" are named for the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac. They each hold a different aspect of Shendu's power.

  • Rooster Talisman — With it, a person can fly, but it is only with the Rabbit that they are able to achieve supersonic flight speeds.
  • Ox Talisman — Gives the user the power of Super Strength and Durability.
  • Snake Talisman — Gives the user the power of Invisibility.
  • Sheep Talisman — Gives the user the power of Astral Projection, or the ability to eject the soul from the body and wander as a spirit. In this form, one is invisible, inaudible, and able to fly, pass through walls, and enter a person's dreams (where one can be seen and heard).
  • Rabbit Talisman — Gives the user the power of super speed.
  • Dragon Talisman — Gives the user the Power of Combustion and pyrokinesis, allows holder to shoot beams of explosive flaming energy to be discharged from the talisman.
  • Rat Talisman — Gives the user the power of Animation; "motion to the motionless". Gives inanimate objects life.
  • Horse Talisman — Gives the user the power of Healing. Its magic is that, "if activated, the Noble Horse expels all alien forces within," curing the user of foreign bodies (i.e. germs, viruses, etc). It can also heal physical injuries, repair broken objects and instantly relieve physical pain and disorientation (such as sea sickness).
  • Dog Talisman — Gives the user the power of Immortality; "The Dog Talisman is best friend to Man, it restores youthful energy and grants Eternal Life." It can negate the "effects" of aging, while making the user invulnerable.
  • Pig Talisman — Gives the user the power of Laser/"Heat-Beam Eye Blasts"/Optic Blasts. The user is given the power to shoot powerful beams of energy from their eyes. It can also be used to see everything as heat (heatvision). It can be seen as a reverse to the snake talisman due to the fact that it can detect someone who is invisible.
  • Monkey Talisman — Gives the user the power of Animal Shapeshifting. Any item/person/animal may be changed into the shape of any animal by saying the name of the intended animal's shape. It is unknown if it can do extinct animals, e.g. a T-rex. The talisman then projects a beam or vapor that transforms whatever it hits. (Saying/thinking a variant of "change back" undoes the spell.)
  • Tiger Talisman — Gives the user the power of Balance. When halved, it also splits the user's positive and negative halves (Yin and Yang) into two separate beings, each holding a half of the talisman. Can also be used to find the "other half" of a broken object. The two beings rejoin when they reunite the broken talisman. As said by Shendu, the Tiger is meant to balance the other 11 Talismans.

Voice Cast[]

Character Voice Actor
Jackie Chan James Sie
Jade Chan Stacie Chan
Uncle Sab Shimono
Tohru Noah Nelson
Captain Augustus Black Clancy Brown
El Toro Fuerte Miguel Sandoval
Paco Franco Velez
Viper Susan Eisenberg
Valmont Julian Sands (2000-2001)
Andrew Ableson (2001-2002)
Greg Ellis (2002-2005)
Finn Adam Baldwin
Ratso Clancy Brown
Chow James Sie
Hak Foo Jim Cummings (2000)
John DiMaggio (2001-2005)
Shendu James Sie
Po Kong Mona Marshall
Tchang Zu Frank Welker
Hsi Wu Andre Sogliuzzo
Tso Lan Glenn Shadix
Dai Gui Frank Welker
Bai Tsa Mona Marshall
Xiao Fung Corey Burton
Drago (Shendu's Son) Michael Rosenbaum
Doalon Wong James Hong
Tarakudo the Shadowkhan King Miguel Ferrer
Ikazuki Maurice LaMarche
Strikemaster Ice Mike Erwin
MC Cobra Jeff Fischer
Kepler John DiMaggio
Abila Cathy Cavadini
Amber Susan Eisenberg
Bopper Clancy Brown
Buford MacDonald Clancy Brown
Butch Bill Fagerbakke
Cardiff Zendo Maurice LaMarche
Chang Timothy Dang
Charlie Rino Romano
Chip Jeff Fischer
Coach Clancy Brown
Com 1 Dan Gilvezan
Crime Family Leader Clyde Kusatsu
Detective Le Foo Michael Gough
Dino Stefanson Clancy Brown
Dr. Karl Nivore Ron Perlman
Dr. Necrosis Charles Shaughnessy
Dr. Weber Patrick Pinney
Dragon Scout Leader Michael Ironside
Drew Jeannie Elias
E.B. MacDonald Adam Baldwin
Elf Bill Tanzer
Elvin Elf David Kaye
Farmer MacDonald Peter Jason
Frank Thom Adcox-Hernandez
Game Show Host Adam Baldwin
Giles Michael T. Weiss
Gnomekop Brian Doyle-Murray
Gray Fox Michael Gough
Helga Sorenson Cynthia Song
High Mystic George Takei
Hirsch Andre Sogliuzzo
Hoyles Greg Ellis
Inuit Leader Carlos Alazraqui
Jade Chan (Adult) Lucy Liu
Jimmy Sam Riegel
John Smith Dan Gilvezan
Jumba Dan Castellaneta
Kai Ching Robert Ito
Kiang Chi Dee Bradley Baker
Larry Robbie Rist
Larry "Lar" Franklin Greg Ellis
Larson Oliver Muirhead
Lead Magister Neil Ross
Lo Pei David Carradine
Magisters Jeff Bennett
Rob Paulsen
Frank Welker
Master Barbar James Sie
Maureen Jennifer Darling
Maynard Maile Flanagan
Mayor Adam Baldwin
Miss Kimber CCH Pounder
Mohajah Quinton Flynn
Monk Kate Higgins ("The Chosen One")
Andre Sogliuzzo ("The Amazing T-Girl")
Monkey King Bill Tanzer ("I'll Be a Monkey's Puppet")
Billy West ("Monkey a Go-Go")
Mr. Freedman Bill Tanzer
Mr. Lam George Kee Cheung
Mr. Lam's Assistant Dee Bradley Baker
Mrs. Hartman Jeannie Elias
Muntab Leader Michael Horse
Museum Curator Noah Nelson
Old Monk Tim Lounibos
Origami / Kuniko Kasahara Timothy Dang
Philip Crane Bill Tanzer
Police Dispatcher Jeannie Elias
Portia Kat Cressida
Production Assistant Jeannie Elias
Rice Museum Curator Susan Blu
Ricky Rothman Clancy Brown
Rocko Charlie Schlatter
Santa Claus David Kaye
Simone Kate Higgins
Spring-Heeled Jack Corey Burton
Supermoose Clancy Brown
Taggert McStone Christopher Daniel Barnes
Tohru's Mother Amy Hill
Valmont (Young) Thomas Dekker
Vanessa Barone Mona Marshall
Wesley Rank Jeff Bennett
Wing Keone Young
Wire-Operated Samurai Frank Welker
Xu-Lin Ashlie Chan



Color Season Episodes Season Premiere Season Finale
1 13 September 9, 2000 March 17, 2001
2 39 September 8, 2001 September 7, 2002
3 17 September 14, 2002 May 3, 2003
4 13 September 9, 2003 February 14, 2004
5 13 September 11, 2004 June 25, 2005

In 2001, Sony Pictures released episodes from the first season on VHS and DVD. However, the two formats differed from one another. Of the four DVDs released, three were select episodes, while the fourth contained the entire first season of 13 episodes. The VHS releases had only three select episodes. These releases have since gone out-of-print, since they had limited pressings. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released the second season on DVD through in 2012. The entire series can be seen via video-on-demand service at Amazon and iTunes. As of October 2010, the entire series was also made available on the Netflix Instant Streaming service but has since been removed.

Broadcast History[]

Jackie Chan Adventures aired on The WB's Kids' WB programming block from September 9, 2000 to July 8, 2005. During its run, it was also shown on Cartoon Network, including 2 brief runs on Cartoon Network's Toonami block in 2004 as well as the Saturday Video Entertainment System block. Reruns of the series later aired on Toon Disney's Jetix block beginning on September 5, 2006.

  • United States (The WB) — September 9, 2000[5] - July 8, 2005
  • United States (Cartoon Network) — 2003[6] - 2005[7]
  • United States (Toon Disney) — September 5, 2006[8] - 2007
  • Europe (Fox Kids) — 2001 - 2005

Toonami Broadcast History[]

Jackie Chan Adventures was added to the Toonami lineup when the block moved to Saturday nights on April 17, 2004, at 9:00 PM. However, the series only lasted two weeks on the block, airing the first two episodes of Season 1, before it was replaced in the lineup by Megas XLR. It returned to the lineup on June 5, 2004, this time airing at 7:30 PM and starting from the beginning of Season 3, but only remained until July 17th, when it was replaced by Justice League Unlimited. The series was short lived on Toonami with only 7 episodes aired on the block.

  • Toonami (United States) — April 17, 2004[1] - April 24, 2004[2]; June 5, 2004[3] - July 17, 2004[4]

External Links[]


  1. 1.0 1.1 "Jackie Chan Adventures "The Dark Hand" TALKBACK ". April 15, 2004. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Jackie Chan Adventures "The Power Within" TALKBACK ". April 24, 2004. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Jackie Chan Adventures "Re-Enter The J-Team" TALKBACK ". June 3, 2004. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Jackie Chan Adventures "Invisible Mom" TALKBACK ". July 16, 2004. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  5. "KIDS’ WB! TO BRING JACKIE CHAN’S ACTION-COMEDY-ADVENTURE HIT TO WEEKDAY AFTERNOONS ". January 6, 2001.’-wb-bring-jackie-chan’s-action-comedy-adventure-hit-weekday-afternoons. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  6. "Jackie Chan Adventures Schedule ". April 9, 2003. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  7. "CN Schedule ". April 2, 2005. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
  8. "Jetix Talkback: Jackie Chan Adventures 9/5-9/8 SPOILERS ". September 5, 2006. Retrieved on April 29, 2017. 
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