Jackie Chan Adventures

Jackie Chan Adventures is a Chinese-American animated-live action comedy television series starring the adventures of a fictionalized version of Hong Kong action film star Jackie Chan.[1][2] Many of the episodes contained references to Chan's actual works. The series ran on The WB for 5 seasons from September 9, 2000, to July 8, 2005. afterwards, its reruns landed on Toon Disney's Jetix programming block, as well as continuing on Cartoon Network. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, it originally premiered on Fox Kids in 2001 and ran until 2005. Several toys and video games based on the series were produced and sold during the original run of the animated series. Its main character designer is Jeff Matsuda.

Jackie Chan Adventures
Created byJohn Rogers
Duane Capizzi
Jeff Kline
Directed by
  • Phil Weinstein
  • Frank Squillace
Voices of
Ending theme"Chan's the Man" by Wheatus (season 1)
Country of originUnited States
Hong Kong
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons5
No. of episodes95 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
Running time23 minutes
Production company(s)
Original networkThe WB
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Original releaseSeptember 9, 2000 (2000-09-09) 
July 8, 2005 (2005-07-08)
External links


Jackie Chan, an amateur archeologist, enjoyed his job working for the local university until fate dealt him another hand. After finding a shield containing a talisman he encounters The Dark Hand, a criminal organization led by a man called Valmont that serves the demon sorcerer Shendu. Jackie and his family must cooperate with a secret law enforcement organization, Section 13, to counter the threat, and must face dangers that will demand all of Jackie's daring and skill in martial arts to overcome.


SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113September 9, 2000 (2000-09-09)March 17, 2001 (2001-03-17)
239September 8, 2001 (2001-09-08)September 7, 2002 (2002-09-07)
317September 14, 2002 (2002-09-14)May 3, 2003 (2003-05-03)
413September 13, 2003 (2003-09-13)February 14, 2004 (2004-02-14)
513September 11, 2004 (2004-09-11)July 8, 2005 (2005-07-08)


The main characters are:

  • Jackie Chan – Jackie Chan is a talented archaeologist and skilled martial artist who lives in San Francisco with his uncle. His quiet life of exploring booby-trapped castles and dusty tombs is disturbed when an old friend, Captain Black of Section 13, recruits him to stop the Dark Hand from acquiring the 12 Talismans, forcing him onto the front lines of the battle between good and evil.
  • Jade Chan – Jade is Jackie's Hong Kong-born, 12-year-old niece (technically his first-cousin-once-removed, since she is his "Cousin Shen's girl") who is already "Americanized". She is adventurous, and thus she frequently disobeys her uncle's advice to remain in safety. She tends to accompany Jackie as he goes out on adventures and gets herself into trouble. Though she will not admit it, she has to be rescued by Jackie almost every time. Just as often, however, her quick mind and flexible thinking help Jackie in situations where his moderate thinking and habitual caution are a definite hindrance. A frequent gag in the series is her inexplicable ability to appear in the middle of the action mere seconds after being left in a supposedly secure location/vehicle for her safety.
  • Uncle Chan – Uncle, as he is known (he is called "sensei" by Tohru), is the uncle of Jackie and great-uncle of Jade. He has a very stereotypical Cantonese-accented drawl, usually talks in third person about himself, and often uses Cantonese in many aspects of his speech (his magic incantation, "Jiu1mo1gwai2gwaai3 faai3 di2 zau2" (妖魔鬼怪快哋走), means "Evil demons and malevolent spirits, be gone!" in Cantonese). His most commonly used magical items are a dried salamander and puffer fish; both having backgrounds in Asian remedies. Tea is his favorite drink, but he often complains that it is too hot or too cold and always throws the cup when he finishes. He has a variety of catchphrases, many of which serve as admonitions to other characters, and frequently exclaims "One more thing!" before pointing out something that annoys him. He is a skilled martial artist, but he is rarely seen engaging in hand-to-hand combat. When he does, he usually takes opponents out with one discreet strike. Uncle's most utilized skills are his knowledge of history, and his talents for sorcery and magic. He is a talented chi wizard, able to hold his own against and gain the better of opponents who are much more capable than him.
  • Tohru – A very large Japanese man, Tohru was once an enforcer for the Dark Hand and a personal servant for Valmont, its leader. From the episode centered around the Pig and Dog talismans, Tohru started to have second thoughts about working for the Dark Hand. Several things point to this, from Jackie trying to tell Tohru to come and work for Section 13 because "they serve donuts every Thursday" (which he stated back in episode 13) to all the insults and blames he bore through his working for the Dark Hand and betraying them, always angering him. However, when the Dark Hand managed to revive Shendu, the demon sorcerer double-crossed them. Forced to fight Shendu alone, Tohru was quickly defeated, after which he changed his allegiances, and turned himself in to Section 13's authorities. After an ordeal that allowed Tohru some degree of freedom, he became Uncle's apprentice in chi magic and developed a close big-brother relationship with Jade, whom he becomes very protective of. Tohru shows great loyalty to whoever he stands by, even back to the time when he was an enforcer for the Dark Hand. By the end of the series, Tohru becomes a full chi wizard.
  • 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. When he was a Dark Chi warrior in Season 3, he inherited the mantle of Chuy. When infused with fire demon Chi by Drago, he could generate fire from his hands. When the Monkey Talisman affected him, he was usually mutated into a rat (which is fitting, based on his name). In Season 2 episode 1, Chow mutated him into a walrus by accident and reverted him. He has an unnamed sister and a young nephew named Rocko, who is his sister's son and is unaware of his uncle's criminal career.
  • 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 yellow-orange sunglasses, which are actually eyeglasses, and worked at a store called Sunglass Shack where he was employee of the month 3 times before joining the Dark Hand. When he was a Dark Chi warrior in Season 3, he inherited the mantle of Ghon. He gained the ability to shoot fire from his eyes during his employ by Drago (although all too often his sunglasses broke when he used that ability). He has a fear of flying, heights, space travel and a lot of other things. He has a young nephew named Charlie, who is unaware of his uncle's crime life.
  • Finn – An Irish-American comedian and the brains (or at least the most intelligent) of the Dark Hand enforcers (after Tohru's defection). 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 Little-V when he is reduced to a child) and Shendu as "Shen-Dude". When a dragon, he has the ability to shoot fire from his fingers, and as a Dark Chi Warrior he assumes the mantle of his predecessor Rhen. He has a young nephew named Frank, who is unaware of his uncle's criminal career.
  • Hak Foo – aka the Black Tiger, has spiked red hair, a thin moustache and chin beard, and habitually wears a blue muscle shirt and jeans. He wore a blue vest and red pantaloons in his first appearance, and when he joined the Dark Hand, had a costume change. He is a very skillful and brawny fighter, and a dangerous opponent to all who face him. Hak Foo has the habit of making up and shouting colorful metaphorical phrases whenever he commences an attack or a special action. When Hak Foo and Jackie first met, he was the first opponent who ever defeated Jackie in a fair fight, and throughout the entire series, Jackie never defeats him outright.
  • 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!" In Season 2, he was possessed by Shendu. Throughout the series, Valmont loses more and more capital until he is plunged into total poverty. By the time Season 4 comes around, he lives in a rundown apartment barely large enough for him to live comfortably, and in the series' finale he is found working as a bus driver.
  • Captain Black – Captain Black is the head of Section 13 and Jackie's longtime friend. In the first season episode The Rock, when Jade tries to access Section 13's Vault, it is revealed that Captain Augustus Black was born on October 27, 1959, which Jade thought might have been the Talisman vault's password. It is also hinted that Captain Black may be a fan of James Bond as he used "007" as the pass code to the vault (Jade mentions that the code only had "three numbers, last one seven"). In Black Magic, Captain Black mentions that he is a fan of Elvis Presley; "The only (King) I bow to is Elvis, and I don't see you wearing Blue Suede Shoes". He is also relatively sarcastic, as (in season 3, "A Jolly J-Team Xmas") when mistaken for Tohru's mother, Captain Black commented that, "I am often mistaken for elderly Japanese women". Uncle has commented that Captain Black has a lot of good chi inside of him, as Jackie found out when he was surprised to find that Captain Black was able to resist an Oni Mask for quite a significant amount of time.

Magic and the supernatural

The series involves magic and the supernatural, like spells, demons, chi, and stone talismans all throughout the episodes.


The talismans represent the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac:

  • Rat: Power and ability of Animation. "Motion to the Motionless" Gives inanimate objects life. The animated object takes on the personality, powers and abilities of the person or thing it's modeled after. A Quetzalcoatl (sun god) statue could fly and shoot fireballs and the Lo Pei statue knew chi magic. When Shendu was under the spell of Lo Pei, this Talisman was required to maintain his form, if the Talismans were used to free him from his statue form. Found on the bottom of an ancient Chinese lantern.
  • Ox: Power and ability of Super Strength. Found by Jackie on the mask of El Toro Fuerte. In the episode "The Mask of El Toro Fuerte", it greatly strengthened Jade to superhuman levels. Can also strengthen objects.
  • Tiger: Power and ability of Balance (in the spiritual sense, not literally). When activated, it 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. It was found within a pie. In Season 1 episode 12 "The Tiger and the Pussycat" Shendu claims it is "the glue which binds the others together."
  • Rabbit: Power and ability of Superspeed. It was found stuck in the shell of a Giant tortoise in the Pacific. When used in conjunction with the Rooster Talisman, it allows the user to fly at supersonic speeds.
  • Dragon: Power and ability of Combustion. Highly destructive and explosive bursts of fiery energy are discharged from the Talisman. The Dragon Talisman can be fused to the wielder's hand. Found in a volcanic cave, it is shown to draw power from the user's emotions.
  • Snake: Power and ability of Invisibility. Found on the ceiling of a chamber of a Snake worshipper's temple near the Amazon River and later donated to a New York museum. It is also Viper's favorite Talisman (as she considers it to be her "sign.") The only drawback is that Shadowkhan can see the user despite being invisible, as well as various magical items designed for locating. In addition, the show has a running gag in which characters believe that they are using the power of invisibility when they are not.
  • Horse: Power and ability of Healing/Renewal. "The noble Horse of a knight" can "expel all alien forces within," curing the user of illness (foreign bodies,) and can also heal physical injuries, repair broken objects, and instantly relieve physical pain and disorientation. Found within a structure atop an unnamed mountain. In the Old West, it was government property destined for the San Francisco museum. Its whereabouts in between are unknown.
  • Sheep: Power and ability of Astral Projection, or the ability to remove the soul from the body (and others too) and wander as an invisible spirit. While projecting, the wielder is able to enter another person's dreams. Although they can't hurt a person's astral form, if two or more users are both astral then they can do damage to each other (as seen when Chow fought Jackie) and the user's body is susceptible to all damage when the astral user returns to the body (i.e. Hak Foo during his fight with Tohru.) It was first found in a crate on a freight train bound for Istanbul.
  • Monkey: Power and ability of Shapeshifting. Grants the wielder the ability to metamorphose anything they wish into any animal. Found by Jade at the bottom of the sea next to a volcanic island. Any item/person/animal may be mutated into the shape of any animal by saying the name of the intended animal's shape. The effect can be reversed by pointing the talisman at an affected object or person and saying "Change him/her/me/it back."
  • Rooster: Power and ability of Levitation. Allows the user to levitate themselves and other objects, effectively giving them telekinesis. When used in conjunction with the Rabbit Talisman, it allows the user to fly at supersonic speeds. Found within a golden shield inside a ruined Bavarian castle. This was the first talisman of the series and has been used quite often throughout the series.
  • Dog: Power and ability of Immortality. "The Dog talisman is best friend to man, it restores youthful energy to its holder, and grants eternal life." It prevents death and grants partial invulnerability. This Talisman was found in a Bavarian windmill.
  • Pig: Power and ability of Heat Vision. "Heat Beam Eyes" allows the user to expel extremely powerful beams of pure heat energy from their eyes. Found on the hat of a mechanical pig atop a Bavarian clock tower.

Chi magic

In the series of Jackie Chan Adventures, several characters can use a form of magic using chi energy. Chi magic involves the use of potions, magic objects, and incantations. Below are some of the Chi incantations that have been used throughout the series. Each wizard usually uses the same incantation but can accomplish many different effects, ranging from banishing demons to turning living creatures to stone.

  • Yu Mo Gui Gwai Fai Di Zao – The main good incantation of the series, this spell is used most often by Uncle. It is used for multiple purposes, including: banishing the evil power of the Shadowkhan from Jade's body, returning the Demon Sorcerers to the Netherworld, turning Shendu to stone, and extracting the Demon Chi of the Demon Sorcerers. Translated literally, the incantation is Cantonese for "Ghosts and goblins quickly leave" (妖魔鬼怪快离开).
  • Lai Shui Zai – The incantation used by Bai Tza during her attempt to flood San Francisco. It is possibly 'Lai Shui Zai' (来水灾) in Chinese. It means 'Occur, flood' or 'Come, flood'. The spell circle that this spell needs has a '水' at the middle of it, which means 'Water' in Chinese and Japanese.
  • Kuai Kuai Qi Lai – Incantation used by Shendu (in Jackie's body) to open the portal to the Book of Ages. In Mandarin, 快快起來 literally means "Quickly Quickly Stand Up."
  • Nukeru, He Men Ja'aku – The Japanese incantation used for the removal of Oni masks. It is also used to imprison Tarakudo in his Oni mask. Can be translated as "Come out, evil spell."
  • Qu Yiqi Bushi Ni – The main incantation used by the evil chi wizard Iso. He uses it to do a variety of things.
  • Mee-thana Chi. Chi-Mee-thana Chi – spell Tohru used to absorb all 8 demon chi from Drago.
  • Ya Gaa Mee Mo Ya Gaa Mee Chi Wa – spell Drago used to absorb demon chi from the Ice Crew.


Common Sense Media gave the show 4 out of 5 stars, saying "Lighthearted, entertaining, suspenseful, and humorous, this show may not be deep, but it's a lot of fun".[3]

References to Jackie Chan's career

The TV series features references to Jackie Chan's films and his own life throughout the series. In the episode "A Night at the Opera", Uncle states that he was part of the stage group "Seven Little Fortunes", which Jackie Chan was actually part of in real life. Another example is in the episode "Rabbit Run" where Jackie is bitten by a Snake, and uses a kung fu style known as "the drunken master" from one of his earliest headlining films of the same name. According to Jackie during one of his question segments, the characters of the show are based on certain people in his life. Uncle is based on his agent and father, Jade is based on an assortment of his nieces, and Tohru is based on one of his stunt team members as well as himself. The episode "And He Does His Own Stunts" is a reference to the fact that Jackie Chan does his own stunts in his movies.

Some episodes' titles are based on actual film names. For example, "Half a Mask of Kung Fu" is based on Half a Loaf of Kung Fu, four episode titles ("Enter the Viper", "Enter the Cat", "Re-Enter the J-Team", and "Re-Enter the Dragon") are based on Enter the Dragon (in which Jackie Chan performs as a stuntman[4]), "Shanghai Moon" is based on Shanghai Noon, "Armor of the Gods" is based on Armour of God, "Project A, For Astral" is based on Project A and "Rumble in the Big House" is based on Rumble in the Bronx.


The series aired in the Republic of Ireland on RTÉ Two from 30 April 2001 and was regularly rerun until 2014.[5]

Home media


A number of books were released to accompany the series.

Issue no Release name Release date Author Publisher Notes Ref
#1 The Dark Hand 2002 (UK) Eliza Willard Grosset & Dunlap [6]
#2 Jade's Secret Power 2002 (UK) Cathy West Grosset & Dunlap [7]
#3 Sign of the Ox 2002 (UK) Megan Stine Grosset & Dunlap [8]
#4 Enter...the Viper 2002 (UK) Jacqueline Carrol Grosset & Dunlap [9]
#5 Shendu Escapes! 2002 (UK) David Slack & Jim Thomas Grosset & Dunlap [10]
#6 New Enemy 2002 (UK) R. S. Ashby Grosset & Dunlap [11]
#7 Revenge of the Dark Hand 2002 (UK) Eliza Willard Grosset & Dunlap [12]
#8 The Power of the Rat 2002 (UK) Megan Stine Grosset & Dunlap [13]
#9 Stronger Than Stone 2002 (UK) R. S. Ashby Grosset & Dunlap [14]
#10 Uncle's Big Surprise 2002 (UK) Jacqueline Carrol Grosset & Dunlap [15]
#11 The Jade Monkey 2002 (UK) Judy Katschke Grosset & Dunlap [16]
#12 The Strongest Evil 2002 (UK) Jacqueline Carrol Grosset & Dunlap [17]
N/A The Day of the Dragon 2003 (UK) Eliza Willard & David Slack & Alexx Dyne Grosset & Dunlap Special [18]


A number of comics were released to accompany the series.

Volume Release name Release date Author Publisher Notes Ref
#1 Enter the Dark Hand July 15, 2004 (UK) Duane Capizzi & John Rogers Tokyopop [19]
#2 Legend of the Zodiac October 15, 2004 (UK) Duane Capizzi & David Slack Tokyopop [20]
#3 Jackie and Jade Save the Day January 15, 2005 (UK) John Rogers Tokyopop [21]
#4 Return of the Vampire April 15, 2005 (UK) John Tomlinson Tokyopop [22]

VHS & DVD releases

In 2001, Sony Pictures released episodes from the first season on VHS and DVD. But one format differed from the other in that of the four DVDs released, three were select, individual episodes while the fourth contained the whole season of 13 episodes; the VHS series had only three, separate episodes. Also, there was a difference in the titles of said episodes released on VHS and DVD. The Day Of The Dragon VHS box cover art was the same as that of the first season DVD case cover, which featured Jackie, Jade and Uncle with the villains behind them, dimmed in a yellowish background. On these, the episodes were presented sans the teasers that originally appeared prior to the opening/intro sequence as they aired. They are currently unavailable and out-of-print, especially since they had limited pressings and no plans have been announced to follow up season one with DVD box sets of the remaining four seasons. However, the entire series can be ordered and seen via video-on-demand service at Amazon and iTunes. As of October 2010, the entire series was made available on the Netflix Instant Streaming service.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment plans to release the second season on DVD through Amazon.com, and other online retailers.[23]

Mill Creek Entertainment announced all five seasons on DVD.


United States
Release name
Release date
The Day of the Dragon October 23, 2001 G Sony Pictures NTSC 30 Minutes. [24]
The Power Within October 23, 2001 G Sony Pictures NTSC 30 Minutes. [25]
Friends & Foes March 5, 2002 G Sony Pictures NTSC 30 Minutes. [26]
United Kingdom
Release name
Release date
The Search For The Talisman July 22, 2002 U Sony Pictures PAL 30 Minutes. [27]


DVD Title # of Disc(s) Year Series Episodes DVD release
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
The Search For The Talisman
(Volume 1)
1 2000 1 1-3 October 23, 2001[28] July 22, 2002[29] March 17, 2004[30]
The Dark Hand Returns
(Volume 2)
1 2000 1 4-6 March 5, 2002[31] September 1, 2002[32] March 17, 2004[30]
The Shadow of Shendu
(Volume 3)
1 2000 1 7-9 March 5, 2002[33] Not released Not released
The Entire Season One 2 2000 & 2001 1 1-13 Not released May 17, 2004[34] Not released
The Entire Season Two 4 2001 & 2002 1 14-52 June 5, 2012[35][36]
Manufacture on Demand (MOD) release.
Pulled From Schedule[37] Not released
The Demon Portals Saga

(Season 2)

3 2001 & 2002 1 14-52 June 4, 2019[38] Not Released Not Released

Video game

There has only been one Jackie Chan game first released on Game Boy Advance then re-released on PlayStation 2, both under different titles. Other titles include 成龙大冒险 (Chinese Title Simplified) and Chenglong Da Maoxian (Chinese Title).

Title Genre Platform Studio Release Date Notes
Jackie Chan Adventures: Legend of the Dark Hand Action Game Boy Advance Activision November 6, 2001 (US) & November 30, 2001 (EU)[39] Find eight stolen scrolls and stop the Dark Hand from unleashing demons.
Jackie Chan Adventures Action PlayStation 2 Sony October 1, 2004 (EU), September 19, 2004 (CH) & Cancelled (US)[40][41] Play as Jackie Chan and collect the Talismans. Compatible with PlayStation's EyeToy.


Following Jackie Chan Adventures, Chan set off to create local productions in Asia. The first, Jackie Chan's Fantasia (Chinese: 奇幻龙宝; pinyin: Qíhuàn Lóng Bǎo), is a 52-episode Chinese animated series produced by Nanjing Hongying Animation Entertainment.[42][43] It aired in 2009 on CCTV and in English on Sonic-Nickelodeon.[44]

In 2017, Chan announced All New Jackie Chan Adventures (Chinese: 新成龙历险记; pinyin: Xīn Chénglóng Lìxiǎn Jì), a $6 million 104-episode Chinese CG-animated series produced by Zhejiang Talent Television & Film, Khorgas JJ Culture Media Co., and VJ Animation Studio.[45] It was released in China in 2017, with a feature film scheduled for 2019.[46] Despite the name, it is unrelated to the American series.


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