Boss Iron Claw is the leader of CRIME and the secondary antagonist of J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai. While initially appearing to be the main threat, in episode 23 he is revealed to be a subordinate of Shine.

He later returns as the main antagonist of the movie J.A.K.Q. vs. Gorenger.


Warrior Iron Claw

Warrior Iron Claw

Iron Claw was a longtime rival of Big One, the pair having clashed numerous times in the past. He at some came into contact with Shine and began working for him, acting as the direct leader of CRIME while Shine led it from behind the scenes.

Towards the end of the series, Shine tried to replace him as the leader of CRIME with the Super Cyborg Great King Icarus, prompting Iron Claw to turn against him. After Shine was dealt with by J.A.K.Q., Iron Claw assumed his ultimate fighting form, a full silver-bodied super cyborg called "Warrior Iron Claw". JAKQ then defeated him with the Big Bomber in the final battle of the series.

However, Iron Claw returned very much alive in JAKQ vs. Gorenger, having joined forces with the Crime Big Four and the remnants of the Black Cross Army. There, he planned to bomb seven countries (the United States, the Soviet Union, the People's Republic of China, France, the United Kingdom, West Germany, and Japan) and go out into space until peace on Earth was settled—then, he would have become the King of the Solar System. The Gorengers and JAKQ crushed his plans when Big One gave Spade Ace a device which would set off a rocket claw Big One had switched with Iron Claw before transforming. The independent claw pressed the Detonate button and the City-Buster bombs destroyed the craft that Iron Claw was in, taking Iron Claw himself with it, and Big One now kept the real claw as a memento.


His name was derived from his right hand being a claw made of iron. While appearing human he was later revealed to be a cyborg much like his foes, JAKQ and Big One. His right hand was a powerful Iron Claw, which can fire talon-like missiles. It could also detach from Iron Claw's body to attack enemies independently.


When ©Na replaces the Super Sentai Series with her own Super ©Na Series, she takes Iron Claw's place as Crime Empress ©Na in her version of J.A.K.Q. Dengekitai.