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Jack in Art of Fighting 2
|Full name||Jack Turner|
|Birthdate||March 24; 1951|
|Birthplace||South Town, USA|
|Height||184 cm (6'0.5")|
|Weight||138 kg (304 lbs)|
|Job/Occupation||Member of Mr. Big's syndicate, Neo Black Cats gang leader|
|Likes||His gloves, biking group companions|
|Favorite food||Junk food|
|Favorite music||Hard rock|
|Fighting style||Original brawling shootfighting|
Jack Turner (ジャック・ターナー, Jakku Tānā) is a character from the Art of Fighting series of fighting games.
Jack Turner is a member of Mr. Big's syndicate, and a developer of his own fighting style. One of Mr. Big's highest-ranking subordinates, he devastates anyone who crosses his path. After a fight with Ryo and Robert at Mac's Bar, Jack claims that he saw Yuri was taken to Chinatown. Jack is also the leader of the Southtown gang known as the Neo Black Cats. Humorously, in the English version of Jack's ending in AOF2, it was revealed that he wanted to make the gang into a dance group.
Jack is a brash man who likes to beat anyone who crosses his path. He doesn't like to take orders from Mr. Big but knows he is more powerful than him.
- Energy Attacks - Jack can infuse his attacks with energy.
Jack uses a fighting style based on street fighting, although he has some boxing, kickboxing and pro wrestling moves, like his Dropkick.
- Mame mame mame - Art of Fighting
- Yakara (Gang) - Art of Fighting 2
- Days of Memories (fifth title) - NPC
- King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match - background cameo
- The King of Fighters XIII - background cameo, on a poster
- The King of Fighters XIV - mentioned in the Art of Fighting Team ending
- In one of the stages in The King of Fighters XIII, there is a poster with Jack's face on it advertising the Neo Black Cats. It would seem that he finally achieved his dream of turning them into an interpretive dance group.