The story about Jeanne d’Arc is published several times in the drawn line and comics. Both in booklet form, and film animation. Most releases are from before the digital age. The story has has been interpreted in many varied ways. Some have held strong religious telling form. Others have made the history in pornography way. Many of them are incredibly beautiful created by both known and unknown artists throughout the ages. Some are kept in simple black white line, other print in color. In most cases, many of them today are rare, and collectibles. One of the finest illustrated work is without doubt La Vie de Jeanne d’Arc by Louis-Maurice Boutet de Monvel.
See the list below for known releases.
|1973||Belladonna||Feature film||Portrays Jeanne as a witch, as she was portrayed by her detractors, but sympathetically so.|
|1995||Jeanne||Comic||Three volume work set in the Hundred Years' War whose central character's life parallels that of Joan of Arc. By Yoshikazu Yasuhiko, based on story by Chōjun Ōtani|
|1995–1996||D'arc: Histoire de Jeanne D'arc||Comic||Two volume fantasy retelling the story of Joan of Arc. Art by Katsuya Kondō and story by Ken'ichi Sakemi.|
|1995–present||Witchblade||Comic, TV series||Joan of Arc is a blade wielder.|
|1998–2000||Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne||Comic and Animation||The reincarnation of Joan of Arc, the gymnastic champion Maron
Kusakabe, is the main character. She uses her God-given powers and
arsenal of push-pins to trap demons who hide in works of art. Arina Tanemura, writer (comic edition).
|1998–2000||Histeria!||Animation||WB animated series that parodies a variety of figures from history. Joan of Arc is a regular character, voiced by Laraine Newman. She constantly extinguishes fires that spring up around her. She talks with a Valley Girl accent and introduces herself as "like, I'm Joan, Joan of Arc".|
|1998–2004||Shaman King||Animation||The leader of the group X-Laws, Iron Maiden Jeanne,
is a French girl who receives a divine revelation while praying in
church that she must purge an evil force or the world will be destroyed.
|March 17, 2002||The Simpsons||Animation||In episode "Tales from the Public Domain,"
Lisa Simpson plays Joan of Arc and Milhouse plays the Dauphin, after
Homer reads about her in a children's book. However, when Homer gets to
the part where she was burned at the stake, Lisa says, "Was she killed?"
and Marge runs in and says, "Just then, Sir Lancelot rode up on his white horse and saved Joan of Arc! They got married and
lived in a spaceship!" She then tore the page out, ate it, and says,
"Easier to chew than that Bambi video!" Episode synopsis:.
|2002–2003||Clone High||Animation||Joan of Arc's clone appeared in the traditionally animated show.|
|2003||Digimon||Animation||The seventh movie of the Digimon series features a Digimon named d'Arcmon who is a female angel and soldier leading the "human-type" Digimon on
Wondering Island. She uses a special sword attack called "La Pucelle."
She later is revealed only to be a disguised form of Murmuxmon.
|2003||Yu-Gi-Oh!||Animation, TCG||In the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card game there is a monster card named St.
Joan (Saint Jeanne in Japan). It is summoned by fusing The Forgiving
Maiden (Compassionate Nun) and Marie the Fallen One (Fallen Angel
In the anime Yu-Gi-Oh Serenity Wheeler (Shizuka Kawai) used it when
|2003||Ashita no Nadja||Animation||Nadja, Kennosuke, and Georg are treasure hunting for Joan of Arc's
treasure. It turns out to be a seed that she planted that bloomed and
spread into a field of flowers. She is briefly shown planting it in a
|2003–2009||Hetalia: Axis Powers||Comic and Animation||In a brief flashback to the Hundred Years' War, Joan of Arc (often
known only as あのこ or "that kid" in-story) looks on in confusion while
the anthropomorphic personification of England teases the
anthropomorphic personification of France for "relying on a girl".
Several centuries later, her supposed reincarnation is given a private
tour of Mont Saint-Michel by France.
|2005||Top 10: The Forty-Niners||Comic||One of the officers, named Joanna Dark, dresses in chainmail and uses holy powers.|
|2006||Aflame Inferno||manhwa||Joan of Arc appears as a character in the series.|
|2007-09||Code Geass: Nightmare of Nunally||manga||Joan of Arc appears as the "Witch of Orleans" and gives C.C. her Geass. Her personality is different from real life.
Portions of this page were translated from the French Wikipedia.
|2008-ongoing||Aria the Scarlet Ammo||manga||A character of the series is Jeanne d'Arc 30th who is a descendent of the original Joan of Arc.|
|2009-ongoing||Drifters||Comic||Joan of Arc appears as an "Ends", a villainous group of fallen
historical figures who wish to destroy the world and exterminate
humankind. In the series, Joan is an insane warrior who has exchanged
her humanity for the supernatural ability to manipulate fire.
|2009-ongoing||Afterschool Charisma||Comic||Currently at four volumes, this series takes place at an exclusive
school called St. Kleio Academy that is mostly attended by clones of
famous people. Joan of Arc's clone appears along with clones of other
important people such as Napoleon Bonaparte, Queen Elizabeth I, Florence Nightingale, Marie Curie, Ikkyu, Sigmund Freud and others.
|2009-ongoing||Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist||Comic and Animation||Portrayed as the former lover of Gilles de Rais and as an angel, having been purified, suggesting that she was once evil.|
|2010–present||Times Like This||webcomic||In this time-travel series, Joan is rescued during her execution and
brought to modern Texas to live out her full life as a secondary
character in the series.
|2011||Puella Magi Madoka Magica||Anime||In Episode 11 it is revealed that she was a magical girl, along with Cleopatra and other famous women in history.|
|2012||Family Guy||Animation||In the Season 10 Episode 19 "Mr. and Mrs. Stewie", Joan of Arc is
depicted as obnoxious and annoying in a cutaway after Stewie notes that
women always turn out to be nightmares.
|2013-present||Rooster Teeth Productions RWBY||Animation||In the series, the leader of Team JNPR, Jaune Arc (voiced by Miles Luna), wielder of the Crocea Mors,
is derived of the legend of Joan of Arc. While his characterization and
history is different from Joan of Arc's, his rival is Cardin
Winchester, an allusion to the Cardinal of Winchester who presided over
Joan of Arc's trial.
|2013||Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist||Animation||Portrayed as the former lover of Gilles de Rais and as an angel, having been purified, suggesting that she was once evil.|
|2013||Rage of Bahamut: Genesis||Animation||In the series, she's the "chosen one" by the gods to destroy Bahamut; a giant dragon.|