Although initial critical reactions to the film were negative due to the high level of violence, reception of Django in the years following its original release has been very positive, with the film gaining a 92% "fresh" score on Rotten Tomatoes based on twelve reviews, with an average rating of 8.1/10. The film is generally ranked highly on lists of Spaghetti Western films considered to be the best, and along with Corbucci's own The Great Silence, it is often viewed as one of the best films of the genre to have not been directed by Sergio Leone. Corbucci's direction, Bacalov's score and Nero's role are among the most-praised elements of the film. However, the English-dubbed version has frequently been criticized for being inferior, voice acting and script-wise, to the Italian version.
En uses Kikurage's powers to revive the head found by Shin and Noi after using the doll made by Turkey, the man's head is put in a Smoke powered body to be interrogated. They sit and peacefully talk about who the man is, and what relation he had with Kaiman, even bringing a mutilated Cross-Eyes called Miyamoto to persuade the man to talk. Still, En quickly loses his cool when the man, called Risu, acts like a perfect idiot, and no answers came from him.
The tournament is revealed to be a farce arranged by Testament to free Justice from her dimensional prison. She is canonically killed by Sol Badguy. In his ending, Potemkin is exhausted from the fight, when Sergeant Gabriel suddenly appears and states that Potemkin's mission has not yet been completed and that the tournament was simply his 'final test'. Seething with rage, Potemkin yells at Gabriel, but before he can do anything else to vent his anger, Gabriel explains how he too detests the corrupt Zepp regime and offers Potemkin to join his revolution to establish a peaceful, democratic nation. Surprised by this, Potemkin joins and takes off his slave neck collar, after Gabriel assures it will not explode. 2b1af7f3a8