|“||You are my half brother. You know that manga called Miyuki? The Japanese one. Well, it's like that. Your father abandoned my mother to run off with your mother. It broke her heart beyond repair. She killed herself. Knowing I had nowhere to go, he took advantage of me. Ever since I can remember, he molested me. We lived in this rotten apartment... And I was his slave. Every day I cursed his soul. I swore that I would kill him one day. But cursing didn't change anything. That's when I decided to become a killer. With no money to pay for training, I paid with my body. But to you, I bet that son of a bitch looked like a hard-working family man. That was all an act. He didn't give two shits about cleaning up my life so I decided to clean it up myself. That's why I do what I do. And I got what I wanted. Killing him in front of your very eyes. That's my story.||„|
|~ Jeane telling her backstory|
Jeane is the true antagonist of the video game; No More Heroes. She is a 25-year-old American assassin and Travis Touchdown's childhood love interest, and in actually his half-sister; but her surname is unknown.
She hated Travis and his family for being stuck with their paternal father who sexually molested her (revealed in a fast-forwarded cutscene slowed down) after causing her mother to commit suicide. She resorted to prostitution to fund her training in an attempt to seek revenge. She killed Travis' parents in front of him and destroyed his home. She kills Dark Star, the highest-ranked assassin in the United Assassins Association, with a single blow from behind. After explaining herself to Travis, she engages him in a final battle using her mixed martial arts skills. Travis eventually kills her with Shinobu's help.
During Travis' encounter with Jeane, Travis demands she tell him what justified murdering his family, to which she replies that her story is too horrible and that that, "It would only jack up the age rating of this game even further." Travis and Jeane come to the conclusion that Jeane will tell Travis what he wants to know, but on the condition that she literally "fast-forwards" her confessions, during which the player make only minimal sense of what Jeane is saying. A "normal speed" video can be viewed on YouTube.
- Travis' Parents
- Dark Star
- Curiously, in the game's true ending, it is shown that Silvia Christel has a young daughter, also named Jeane.
- She bears a resemblance to Uma Thurman's character, The Bride, from the Kill Bill series.
- Her relationship with Travis and their "father" Dark Star may be another parody to the "Star Wars" series, with Jeane assuming the role of Princess Leia.
- Same with the revelation of them being related being similar to the revelation in "Return of the Jedi".
- Jeane is voiced by Kari Wahlgren.
No More Heroes Villains
No More Heroes Bosses/Villains: