The manga is eleven chapters long, with each chapter being five pages long. When printed in V-Jump, all of the pages were in color. The reprinted version found in the third Toriyama Theater collection was printed in black and white. The series would receive another reprint in "Akira Toriyama Man-Kan Zenseki 1" August 8, 2008.
In 1994 the series was adapted into a fifteen minute mini movie and premiered at V Jump Festa. The film managed to retell the first few chapters involving Ackman's bouts with Tenshi and the first two hired thugs. A few frames from the later chapter were used during the closing credits.
The manga has been adapted into a series of three console based platform video games for the Super Famicom. The first of these was more closesly based on the comics. The second pitted Ackman against an angelic rock group called the Metal Angels. The last saw Ackman face a flamboyantly gay pedophile police officer, and saw Ackman teaming up with his longtime rival Tenshi-kun. Both characters were playable and could be switched between. These games were action platformers like most licensed games of the day, with gameplay vaguely similar to Mega Man. There was also a handheld game for the Game Boy that was a maze chase game like Pac-man.
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