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This article is about a/an villain in Kamen Rider Black RX.

General Jark (ジャーク将軍 Jāku Shōgun) is a character in the Kamen Rider Series Kamen Rider Black RX.

Fictional character biography

Black RX

General Jark is a military leader of the empire and supreme commander of the invasion army. He carries a long staff that releases yellow electricity. Jark has the loyalty of most under him as he initially leading the attacks until Crisis arrived. He actually cares about his subordinates and even saves Maribaron from being killed by Dasmader and attempts to avenge Gatezawn and Bosgun after they were both destroyed by RX. Towards the end of the series, he was forcefully transformed by Crisis into a stronger warrior called Jark Midler (ジャークミドラ Jāku Midora) to kill RX. In this form he possessed superhuman strength, a large sword, and laser beams from his eyes.

Jark Midler easily murdered the Sahara parents while X and Amazon rescued the Sahara children from his grasp. Afterwards, he easily defeated V3 and Riderman and challenged Black RX to a duel. When he was in the middle of the battle, the Sahara children made a failed attempt to kill him, but RX as RoboRider shielded the children. Jark was killed by RX with the Revolcane after a long battle.

Near death, Jark regressed to his normal form and proclaimed that Crisis was too powerful even for RX.

All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker

General Jark

General Jark as seen in All Riders vs. Dai-Shocker.

Jark reappears as one of the high commanders of the Dai-Shocker organization, an union of groups from multiple worlds. He sides with Shadowmoon after his coup. Eventually, Jark leads Dai-Shocker troops pursuing one of the last known remaining Riders, Diend. Initially he has the clear advantage in battle, but soon the battle turns as Kamen Rider Decade arrives. Shortly afterwards, he is destroyed by Diend's Dimension Shoot.

Let's Go Kamen Riders

In an alternate timeline created by Shocker obtaining a Cell medal in the past, which served as basis for the creation of their own Core Medal and the Shocker Greeed, Kamen Riders never appeared after the original two were defeated, and Japan fell in Shocker's hands. in the present of this alternate timeline, Shocker proposed an alliance that would unify the various organizations into an united front to conquer the entire world, but Jark initially rejected the proposal. The Crisis Empire and Gorgom actually wanted to eliminate humanity for their goals, not rule over them. However, the Great Leader said they should work together for now and worry about what they will do after the world is on their hands, getting Jark's approval for their alliance under Shocker. Later on, Jark and Apollo Geist were part of the forces led by General Shadow that captured the rebels Eiji Hino and Kotaro Nogami. However, once they were freed, the Riders returned and the final battle started and the Great Leader was forced to take his Rock Great Leader form, the Jark of this timeline was seemingly killed by falling into a large fissure that opened as Earth was slowly destroyed by the presence of the Great Leader's final form.

Super Hero Taisen

Once again, Jark is revived in Super Hero Taisen as a commander of Dai-Shocker. He is first seen with the other commanders fighting the Gokaiger. He briefly faces GokaiBlue, and they are evenly matched before Decade enters in the battle, seemingly eliminating most of the Gokaiger. In the final battle, he is last seen fighting the Hikari Sentai Maskman and Kamen Rider Black alongside Shadow Moon. The Maskman used the Aura Power Meditation to paralyze the two of them, giving Black and Red Mask an opportunity for a Double Kick which destroyed both at once.

Kamen Rider Taisen

General Jark (Kamen Rider Taisen)

General Jark of Badan.

The deceased General Jark eventually returned as part of the Kingdom of the Dead, Badan Empire. He leads a squad of two Chaps and three Combat-Roids, intercepting Tsukasa as he rides on a borrowed Rose Attacker with Shuu Aoi, the key to Badan's plan. However, Jark is met by the Showa Riders Black and Black RX. After the combatmen are dispatched, General Jark is destroyed by the two Blacks' Double Kick. Heisei Rider vs. Showa Rider: Kamen Rider Taisen feat. Super Sentai

Super Hero Taisen GP

Shocker army GP

The Shocker army.

Through an alteration to history rewritten by Shocker's History Modifying Machine, General Jark is among the many monsters that serve the evil organization that rules the world in this alternate timeline created by Kamen Rider 3's assassination of the Double Riders in 1973. During the final battle against the Kamen Riders, General Jark is destroyed by Black RX's Revolcane. Super Hero Taisen GP: Kamen Rider 3

All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation

General Jark AKRG

General Jark in All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation.

General Jark appears as a monster in the video game All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation.

Kamen Rider SD

Main article: General Jark (SD)

General Jark: The current general of GranShocker. In a stark contrast from his television counterpart, he is short-tempered and quick to anger, often going so far as to blow up his own headquarters simply to destroy a cockroach. He is defeated in the end of the movie after blowing up his headquarters for the third time.


Forms

Showa General Jark

Heisei General Jark

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General Jark's default form.

Jark Midler

Jark Midler

Appearances:

See Also

Kamen Rider
Kohtaro Minami
Gear
King Stone
Black: Battle Hopper - Road Sector
Black RX: Revolcane - Vortech Shooter - Bio Blade - Acrobatter - Ridoron
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Black
Kyoko Akizuki - Katsumi Kida - Ryusuke Taki - Gorgom Shonen-Tai - Masaru Todo - Yoichi Daimon - Whale Mutant - Soichiro Akizuki
Black RX
Reiko Shiratori - Sahara Family - Joe the Haze - Kyoko Matoba - Goro
The Ten Veteran Kamen Riders
Takeshi Hongo - Hayato Ichimonji - Shiro Kazami - Joji Yuki - Keisuke Jin - Daisuke Yamamoto - Shigeru Jo - Hiroshi Tsukuba - Kazuya Oki - Ryo Murasame
Golgom
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High Priest Darom - High Priest Baraom - High Priestess Bishium
Bilgenia - Hideomi Kuromatsu - Handmaiden Mutants
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Emperor Crisis
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