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Anyone have thought about a live action movie for Jackie Chan Adventures?
Have it take place after the show and with Jackie playing as himself. Including Jade in her teen/young adult years after being forced back to Hong Kong by her parents when they witnessed a demon battle. They were displeased with Jackie & Uncle for hiding it from them.
The new antagonist will be a young Dark Chi wizard named Onyx, who was trained under Daolon Wong in the past due to the Deja Vu Stone. Daolon Wong ends up dead after training him. Onyx will wear Tarakudo's mask to summon the Shadowkhan in his service and fulfills the old oni lord's wish in returning Jade to the dark side as the Shadowkhan queen once again.
Other old characters can return such as
A teen/young adult Paco
Jimmy (as a possible love interest for Jade)
There will be a bunch of new characters too as Jackie has his team, Jade will slowly form her own.
As for her parents, after a quarrel, Onyx and his Shadowkhan try to go after Jade and they attack her parents as a means of slowly bringing her to dark side again. Of course, Onyx will have Jade try to kill them, as her folks try to apologize and beg for forgiveness.
Any ideas on what new supernatural stuff can be brought back other than just the Talismans & the Demon Chi Powers? Have Onyx bring out a new demon sorcerer to join the fray: "The Metal Demon"!
I didn't want to say much on this because I wasn't sure how to articulate it at the time, but I realized that in the show, the Eight Immortals are mixed up with the demons they had defeated. Some of the cutouts of the Immortals shown in the episode The J-Team Part II even have the weapons used to defeat the specific demons (He Xiangu with the lotus pod, Lü Dongbin with the sword, Zhongli Quan with the fan). The only correct one was Zhang Guolao defeating Po Kong. Through some work, I found out the real order:
He Xiangu defeated Tso Lan
Han Xiangzi defeated Hsi Wu
Cao Guojiu defeated Tchang Zu
Lü Dongbin defeated Shendu
Li Tieguai defeated Bai Tza
Zhongli Quan defeated Xiao Fung
Zhang Guolao defeated Po Kong
Lan Caihe defeated Dai Gui
Should the Eight Immortals pages be corrected on this and have the show's error written on the page or should it be left alone? To anyone looking at the information and then at the pictures, it can be confusing.
On eBay, I spotted a few sellers with talismans that I had never seen before, all based in France. I was only aware of the talismans that were available in as free gifts in the comic (those listed here: https://jackiechanadventures.fandom.com/wiki/Jackie_Chan_Adventures_(comic) )
These other talismans include El Toro, the remaining Oni generals, shurikens, yin yangs, dragons, and more.
I spoke to one seller and they said that they were sold in bookstores.
Does anyone have any information on these? Are they legit? Does anyone have a complete list of all the talismans that were available?
For the sake of avoiding confusion, call the character "Dragon Uncle" Jackie directly
1. Jade to Jackie address: uncle Jackie Chan? Or uncle Jackie?
Jade first appeared in the first episode, when uncle introduced jade to Jackie, Mandarin dubbing version said "this is your cousin Xinxin's daughter ". After this collection and the Jade to the Jackie's address became " uncle Jackie".
Then the problem comes: if jade's mother is Jackie cousin, Jackie should not seem to be Jade's uncle (in fact, in terms of age difference, according to common sense jade's mother is Jackie cousin than cousin reasonable). So jade should not be called him Uncle Jackie, in fact, it should be Uncle Jackie||| it
One point that needs to be clarified here is that uncle is the general term for male parents without blood relationship, but under the premise of blood relationship, uncle has a hint of blood relationship. In other words, it is a term that can not be used at will in the category of blood relationship. Uncle Jackie Chan is clearly the latter.
2. about Jade surnamed Chan and whether this poses a challenge to the relationship between jade and Jackie mentioned above
The full name of the animated version of jade is Chengyu, which may be to maintain the original set of jade and Jackie Chan. Uncle Jackie is "Jackie Chan ", also known as" Mr. Chan "," Chan "seems to be the surname of Uncle Jackie (in fact, we know that Uncle Yuan long is not surnamed Chan, Jackie Chan is only stage name).
But in fact, in the original English version of jade surnamed Chen (Chan). According to :(1) The history book of the years is written directly in Chinese as Chen Yushi (2) in the collection of jade crossing back to the 1970s, the abbreviation of Jade is also the J. of Jade Chan, means Jade Chan.'s her full name Jade and Dragon are still the same surname (Chan) in the original English version.
Then this is a little suspicious. now we set the following big premise :(1) the blood relationship between jade and Jackie comes from only one of the parents of jade. Recognition (1) is tantamount to recognition :1) In this discussion, in other words, marriage between Jackie cousins can not be married 2) The relationship between jade and Jackie is unique and certain, and there is no problem of overlapping (for example, from one point of view Jackie uncle is jade, but from another point of view jade is bigger than Jackie Chan.
(1) From a Jackie perspective: positive push
Since the starting point of the blood relationship between Jade and Jackie is that "the mother of jade is Jackie cousin ", the probability that Jackie cousin / cousin's daughter is also surnamed Chan is common sense. That is to say, the probability of Jackie cousin and their own surname is relatively small. We know that if the mother of jade and uncle long are cousins, then the mother of jade can be the daughter of 1) Jackie father's sister, that is, the mother of jade is Jackie aunt 2) the daughter of Jackie mother, That is to say, the mother of jade is Jackie aunt.
Can be a little complicated, use the diagram to refine :[ picture] that is, Jackie cousin can directly determine the surname Chan (that is, to determine the same surname as Uncle long) is not. If Jade is surnamed Shi Chan, the biggest possibility is from her father's surname Chen, that is to say, under the above premise, Jade surnamed Chen is from outside the circle of Jackie cousins.
(2) From the perspective of Jade: backstepping
Since according to the original, The origin of the blood relationship between jade and Jackie is that "the mother of jade is Jackie cousin ", Then the premise of analysis is actually certain. But now we're putting aside the premise that jade's mother is Jackie cousin, From "Uncle Jackie Chan" to Xiao Yu's father or mother and Jackie related side. When someone (A) calls someone (B) uncle, Then B should be A father's younger brother. Such A and B are undoubtedly the same surname. But on that premise, A mother seems to be unable to be B cousin. If A= jade, B=Jackie, So that means, If "jade calls Jackie uncle ", Jade's mother is not Jackie cousin. And it's just against the condition that "Jade's mother is Jackie cousin, so
3. the original English version
Jade is the daughter of your cousin Xin". Since the cousin meaning of English is quite rich, the English version is only a vague description of the blood relationship between jade and Jackie, and this blood relationship comes from the cousin Xin. of the Jackie We don't know the specific relationship between the Xin and Jackie, nor who is the cousin Xin. of the two parents Combined with the front 1 The most reasonable meaning of cousin Xin in the Chinese version is to make Xiao Yu Chen a Jackie brother (the son of Jackie father's brother; if he is a close brother, he should be the son of Jackie own brother, in other words, the son of Jackie father's brother. Yet in this cartoon, Jackie seems to have no siblings) is more reasonable; according to age, according to common sense, Cousin Xin is more reasonable than Jackie age, so the most reasonable identity in the English context is Jackie cousin.
Conclusion: if Jackie is "Uncle Jackie Chan" of Jade, Jackie "cousin Xinxin "(Cousin Xin) should actually be cousin Xin
Kilmarnock228 pointed to some of this on Jade's page and I have noticed more Fan speculations on other pages, Namely Valmont's as his page labeled( I actually edited the page before writing this) him as being born in 1985, which doesn't make any sense because he was clearly born before the 70s as seen in the Episode Through the Rabbit Hole.
Their are a few others that are also fan speculations, like his age being labeled as unknown, his status labeled single( I think whoever edited the page with the fan speculation thought status meant marital status when it actually means where the character is currently, like if they are incarcerated in prison like Dolong Wong is) and his sign being labeled Dragon( I don't think Valmont's Chinese Zodiac sign was ever addressed, even if it was I don't think it would ever be Dragon).
I didn't edit anymore of his page because I wanna wait and see if I find more so I can edit all of it out and replace it with the correct info.
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So I noticed some info on Jade’s infobox that seems like fan speculation:
Jade is stated to have been born in 1988.
She is stated to be 10 years old.
Her parents’ names are given as Shen and Holly Chan. I recall Shen being namedropped in the premier, but nothing about Holly.
Do we have any official sources for these?
I'm a Funko Pop collector, and wouldn't mind if they made some for Jackie Chan Adventures, one of my favorite childhood series. Thought I'd list a few ideas I had
El Toro Fuerte
Drago (Season Five)
Drago (All Demon Chi)
Drago (First Apperance; variant)
I figure it's probably a bit much to expect that they would do all the Oni Generals and their respective Shadowkhan, the Noble Animals, and various other incidental characters.
So in the "Villains" category, the Oni Generals who were-so far as I recall-unnamed in the series are listed under specific names: Aka, Orenji, Murasaki, etc. Is there a source for these, or was it somebody's fanon?