History Manga / JojosBizarreAdventure

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-->-- '''The prologue of chapter 1.''' '''[[LongRunner Of 901 and counting.]]'''

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-->-- '''The prologue of chapter 1.''' '''[[LongRunner Of 901 902 and counting.]]'''
18th Jun '16 8:45:15 PM Vegas242
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In the late 1800s, [[LonelyRichKid rich kid]] [[ButtMonkey Jonathan Joestar]] (a.k.a. [=JoJo=]) is introduced to a [[SelfMadeOrphan newly orphaned youth]] named [[DevilInPlainSight Dio Brando]]. Jonathan's wealthy father George takes the boy in and raises him as his own to return the favor for Dio's late father, who accidentally saved George & Jonathan after a buggy crash that killed George's wife & Jonathan's mother, Mary. However, Dio is secretly scheming to take Jonathan's place as the favored son and heir to the Joestar family fortune. He torments Jonathan throughout their childhood in an attempt to break him. When Jonathan's resolve seems insurmountable, Dio takes a new approach: building up a bond between them over many years while poisoning George. Things become complicated when Jonathan learns of these plans and confronts Dio, only for Dio to become a ''[[GenreShift vampire]]'' using an ancient stone mask that Jonathan had been researching. After a [[JustForPun fiery]] battle, Jonathan is informed by a man named William A. Zeppeli that Dio is still alive and plans to take over the world. He sets out on an adventure to train in the ways of the [[PowerOfTheSun Ripple]] and destroy his undying foe for good.

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In the late 1800s, [[LonelyRichKid rich kid]] [[ButtMonkey Jonathan Joestar]] (a.k.a. [=JoJo=]) is introduced to a [[SelfMadeOrphan newly orphaned youth]] named [[DevilInPlainSight Dio Brando]]. Jonathan's wealthy father George takes the boy in and raises him as his own to return the favor for Dio's late father, who accidentally saved George & Jonathan after a buggy crash that killed George's wife & Jonathan's mother, Mary. However, Dio is secretly scheming to take Jonathan's place as the favored son and heir to the Joestar family fortune. He torments Jonathan throughout their childhood in an attempt to break him. When Jonathan's resolve seems insurmountable, Dio takes a new approach: building up a bond between them over many years while poisoning George. Things become complicated when Jonathan learns of these plans and confronts Dio, only for Dio to become a ''[[GenreShift vampire]]'' using an ancient stone mask that Jonathan had been researching. After a [[JustForPun [[{{Pun}} fiery]] battle, Jonathan is informed by a man named William A. Zeppeli that Dio is still alive and plans to take over the world. He sets out on an adventure to train in the ways of the [[PowerOfTheSun Ripple]] and destroy his undying foe for good.
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In the late 1800s, [[LonelyRichKid rich kid]] [[ButtMonkey Jonathan Joestar]] (a.k.a. [=JoJo=]) is introduced to a [[SelfMadeOrphan newly orphaned youth]] named [[DevilInPlainSight Dio Brando]]. Jonathan's wealthy father George takes the boy in and raises him as his own to return the favor for Dio's late father, who accidentally saved George & Jonathan after a buggy crash that killed George's wife & Jonathan's mother, Mary. However, Dio is secretly scheming to take Jonathan's place as the favored son and heir to the Joestar family fortune. He torments Jonathan throughout their childhood in an attempt to break him. When Jonathan's resolve seems insurmountable, Dio takes a new approach: building up a bond between them over many years while poisoning George. Things become complicated when Jonathan learns of these plans and confronts Dio, only for Dio to become a ''[[GenreShift vampire]]'' using an ancient stone mask that Jonathan had been researching. After a fiery battle, Jonathan is informed by a man named William A. Zeppeli that Dio is still alive and plans to take over the world. He sets out on an adventure to train in the ways of the [[PowerOfTheSun Ripple]] and destroy his undying foe for good.

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In the late 1800s, [[LonelyRichKid rich kid]] [[ButtMonkey Jonathan Joestar]] (a.k.a. [=JoJo=]) is introduced to a [[SelfMadeOrphan newly orphaned youth]] named [[DevilInPlainSight Dio Brando]]. Jonathan's wealthy father George takes the boy in and raises him as his own to return the favor for Dio's late father, who accidentally saved George & Jonathan after a buggy crash that killed George's wife & Jonathan's mother, Mary. However, Dio is secretly scheming to take Jonathan's place as the favored son and heir to the Joestar family fortune. He torments Jonathan throughout their childhood in an attempt to break him. When Jonathan's resolve seems insurmountable, Dio takes a new approach: building up a bond between them over many years while poisoning George. Things become complicated when Jonathan learns of these plans and confronts Dio, only for Dio to become a ''[[GenreShift vampire]]'' using an ancient stone mask that Jonathan had been researching. After a fiery [[JustForPun fiery]] battle, Jonathan is informed by a man named William A. Zeppeli that Dio is still alive and plans to take over the world. He sets out on an adventure to train in the ways of the [[PowerOfTheSun Ripple]] and destroy his undying foe for good.
4th Jun '16 10:24:09 PM bowserbros
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# '''''Phantom Blood''''' (originally ''Jonathan Joestar: His Youth'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-5; TV anime episodes 1-9[[/note]]

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# '''''Phantom Blood''''' (originally (Ran from Jan. 1, 1987 to Oct. 26, 1987; originally titled ''Jonathan Joestar: His Youth'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-5; TV anime episodes 1-9[[/note]]



# '''''Battle Tendency''''' (originally ''Joseph Joestar: His Proud Lineage'')[[note]]Manga volumes 5-12; TV anime episodes 10-26[[/note]]

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# '''''Battle Tendency''''' (originally (Ran from Nov. 2, 1987 to Mar. 27, 1989; originally titled ''Joseph Joestar: His Proud Lineage'')[[note]]Manga volumes 5-12; TV anime episodes 10-26[[/note]]



# '''''Stardust Crusaders''''' (originally ''Jotaro Kujo: Heritage for the Future'')[[note]]Manga volumes 12-28; OVA episodes 1-13; TV anime episodes 1-48 (27-74 overall)--starting from this season, each new season restarts the episode count at 1.[[/note]]

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# '''''Stardust Crusaders''''' (originally (Ran from Apr. 3, 1989 to Apr. 27, 1992; originally titled ''Jotaro Kujo: Heritage for the Future'')[[note]]Manga volumes 12-28; OVA episodes 1-13; TV anime episodes 1-48 (27-74 overall)--starting from this season, each new season restarts the episode count at 1.[[/note]]



# '''''Diamond is Unbreakable''''' (occasionally referred to as ''Diamond is not Crash/Crush'' after a mistranslation from the part's earliest scanslations; originally ''Josuke Higashikata'')[[note]]Manga volumes 29-47; TV anime currently airing.[[/note]]

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# '''''Diamond is Unbreakable''''' (occasionally (Ran from May 4, 1992 to Dec. 4, 1995; occasionally referred to as ''Diamond is not Crash/Crush'' after a mistranslation from the part's earliest scanslations; originally titled ''Josuke Higashikata'')[[note]]Manga volumes 29-47; TV anime currently airing.[[/note]]



# '''''Vento Aureo''''' (Italian for "Golden Wind"; originally ''Giorno Giovanna: Golden Heritage'')[[note]]Manga volumes 47-63[[/note]]

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# '''''Vento Aureo''''' (Italian for "Golden Wind"; ran from Dec. 11, 1995 to Apr. 5, 1999; originally titled ''Giorno Giovanna: Golden Heritage'')[[note]]Manga volumes 47-63[[/note]]



# '''''Stone Ocean''''' (originally ''Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-17 (64-80 overall)--beginning with this part, each new part restarts the numbering at 1[[/note]]

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# '''''Stone Ocean''''' (originally (Ran from Jan. 1, 2000 to Apr. 21, 2003; originally titled ''Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-17 (64-80 overall)--beginning with this part, each new part restarts the numbering at 1[[/note]]



# '''''Steel Ball Run'''''[[note]]Manga volumes 1-24 (81-104 overall)[[/note]]

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# '''''Steel Ball Run'''''[[note]]Manga Run''''' (Ran from Feb. 2, 2004 to Apr. 19, 2011; from this part onwards, the manga switched from being serialized on a weekly basis in ''Weekly Shonen Jump'' to being serialized on a monthly basis in ''[[{{Seinen}} Ultra Jump]]'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-24 (81-104 overall)[[/note]]



# '''''[=JoJolion=]'''''[[note]]Currently in serialization; 11 volumes currently compiled[[/note]]

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# '''''[=JoJolion=]'''''[[note]]Currently '''''[=JoJolion=]''''' (Began on May 19, 2011)[[note]]Currently in serialization; 11 volumes currently compiled[[/note]]
4th Jun '16 9:59:54 PM bowserbros
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In the late 1800s, [[LonelyRichKid rich kid]] [[ButtMonkey Jonathan Joestar]] is introduced to a [[SelfMadeOrphan newly orphaned youth]] named [[DevilInPlainSight Dio Brando]]. Jonathan's wealthy father takes the boy in and raises him as his own. However, Dio is secretly scheming to take Jonathan's place as the favored son and heir to the Joestar family fortune. He torments Jonathan throughout their childhood in an attempt to break him. When Jonathan's resolve seems insurmountable, Dio takes a new approach: building up a bond between them over many years while poisoning Jonathan's father. Things become complicated when Jonathan learns of these plans and confronts Dio, only for Dio to become a ''[[GenreShift vampire]]'' using an ancient stone mask. After a fiery battle, Jonathan is informed by a man named William A. Zeppeli that Dio is still alive and plans to take over the world. He sets out on an adventure to train in the ways of the [[PowerOfTheSun Ripple]] and destroy his undying foe for good.

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In the late 1800s, [[LonelyRichKid rich kid]] [[ButtMonkey Jonathan Joestar]] (a.k.a. [=JoJo=]) is introduced to a [[SelfMadeOrphan newly orphaned youth]] named [[DevilInPlainSight Dio Brando]]. Jonathan's wealthy father George takes the boy in and raises him as his own.own to return the favor for Dio's late father, who accidentally saved George & Jonathan after a buggy crash that killed George's wife & Jonathan's mother, Mary. However, Dio is secretly scheming to take Jonathan's place as the favored son and heir to the Joestar family fortune. He torments Jonathan throughout their childhood in an attempt to break him. When Jonathan's resolve seems insurmountable, Dio takes a new approach: building up a bond between them over many years while poisoning Jonathan's father. George. Things become complicated when Jonathan learns of these plans and confronts Dio, only for Dio to become a ''[[GenreShift vampire]]'' using an ancient stone mask.mask that Jonathan had been researching. After a fiery battle, Jonathan is informed by a man named William A. Zeppeli that Dio is still alive and plans to take over the world. He sets out on an adventure to train in the ways of the [[PowerOfTheSun Ripple]] and destroy his undying foe for good.



# '''''Phantom Blood''''' (originally ''Jonathan Joestar: His Youth'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-5, TV anime episodes 1-9[[/note]]

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# '''''Phantom Blood''''' (originally ''Jonathan Joestar: His Youth'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-5, 1-5; TV anime episodes 1-9[[/note]]



# '''''Battle Tendency''''' (originally ''Joseph Joestar: His Proud Lineage'')[[note]]Manga volumes 5-12, TV anime episodes 10-26[[/note]]

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# '''''Battle Tendency''''' (originally ''Joseph Joestar: His Proud Lineage'')[[note]]Manga volumes 5-12, 5-12; TV anime episodes 10-26[[/note]]



# '''''Stardust Crusaders''''' (originally ''Jotaro Kujo: Heritage for the Future'')[[note]]Manga volumes 12-28[[/note]]

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# '''''Stardust Crusaders''''' (originally ''Jotaro Kujo: Heritage for the Future'')[[note]]Manga volumes 12-28[[/note]]12-28; OVA episodes 1-13; TV anime episodes 1-48 (27-74 overall)--starting from this season, each new season restarts the episode count at 1.[[/note]]



This arc has been adapted to a three-part CD drama, an SNES RPG, two [=OVAs=] (all titled ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure''), and an arcade FightingGame by {{Capcom}} titled ''[[VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future]]''. In 2014, it received a new anime adaptation like ''Phantom Blood'' and ''Battle Tendency''.
# '''''Diamond is Unbreakable''''' (occasionally referred to as ''Diamond is not Crash/Crush'' after a mistranslation from the part's earliest scanslations; originally ''Josuke Higashikata'')[[note]]Manga volumes 29-47[[/note]]
** Set in 1999, Jotaro travels to the Japanese town of Morioh to track down Joseph's illegitimate teenage son, Josuke Higashikata, in order to sort out his placement in Joseph's will. At the same time, a mysterious bow & arrow that can grant STANDS to its targets makes its rounds around town, creating more and more enemies for the two and their friends. Upon discovering the earthbound ghost of a murder victim, the group must track down a mysterious STAND-using serial killer named Yoshikage Kira terrorizing the town. \\

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This arc has been adapted to a three-part CD drama, an SNES RPG, two [=OVAs=] published from 1993-1994 and 2000-2002 (all titled ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure''), and an arcade FightingGame by {{Capcom}} titled ''[[VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future]]''. In 2014, it received a new 48-episode anime adaptation like ''Phantom Blood'' and ''Battle Tendency''.
# '''''Diamond is Unbreakable''''' (occasionally referred to as ''Diamond is not Crash/Crush'' after a mistranslation from the part's earliest scanslations; originally ''Josuke Higashikata'')[[note]]Manga volumes 29-47[[/note]]
29-47; TV anime currently airing.[[/note]]
** Set in 1999, Jotaro travels to the Japanese town of Morioh to track down Joseph's illegitimate teenage son, Josuke Higashikata, in order to sort out his the latter's placement in Joseph's will. At the same time, a mysterious bow & arrow that can grant STANDS to its targets makes its rounds around town, creating more and more enemies for the two and their friends. Upon discovering the earthbound ghost of a murder victim, the group must track down a mysterious STAND-using serial killer named Yoshikage Kira terrorizing the town. \\



# '''''Stone Ocean''''' (originally ''Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-17--beginning with this part, each new part restarts the numbering at 1[[/note]]

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# '''''Stone Ocean''''' (originally ''Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean'')[[note]]Manga volumes 1-17--beginning 1-17 (64-80 overall)--beginning with this part, each new part restarts the numbering at 1[[/note]]



# '''''Steel Ball Run'''''[[note]]Manga volumes 1-24[[/note]]
** Set in 1890, the titular race is the first North American transcontinental horse race on record, with a first prize of $50 million. Johnny Joestar, a paraplegic and former prodigy jockey, enters the race to learn the secret of competitor Gyro Zeppeli's mysterious weaponized steel balls, not realizing that he will be plunged into multiple conspiracies involving the king of Naples, the mummified corpse of a mysterious "saint", and the President of the United States.\\

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# '''''Steel Ball Run'''''[[note]]Manga volumes 1-24[[/note]]
1-24 (81-104 overall)[[/note]]
** Set in 1890, the titular race is the first North American transcontinental horse race on record, with a first prize of $50 million. Johnny Joestar, a paraplegic and former prodigy jockey, enters the race to learn the secret of competitor Gyro Zeppeli's mysterious weaponized steel balls, not realizing balls after they briefly restore his ability to stand up. What Johnny ''doesn't'' realize is that he will be plunged into multiple conspiracies involving the king of Naples, the mummified corpse of a mysterious "saint", and the President of the United States.\\
31st May '16 6:44:09 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:350:Volume 28 of [[ArchivePanic 116]]! Dio (top left) confronted by Jotaro (bottom right).]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Volume 28 of [[ArchivePanic 116]]! Dio DIO (top left) confronted by Jotaro (bottom right).]]
31st May '16 6:40:42 PM TheBigBopper
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[[caption-width-right:350:Volume 28 of [[ArchivePanic 116]]!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Volume 28 of [[ArchivePanic 116]]!]]
116]]! Dio (top left) confronted by Jotaro (bottom right).]]
26th May '16 1:51:56 AM bowserbros
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The series eventually evolved into a [[GenerationalSaga multi-generational epic]], following the adventures of Jonathan's descendants from the 19th century to the present day. Each part of the saga chronicles the adventures of another descendant of the Joestar bloodline, which spreads all over the world and gets [[TangledFamilyTree pretty darn confusing.]] They all have three things in common: A star shaped birthmark, a destiny to fight evil, and the nickname [[LegacyCharacter JoJo]]. The story is split into eight parts, the first six of which form their own saga. The series undergoes a ContinuityReboot of sorts with the storylines that occur afterward, set in an AlternateUniverse that features many of the elements from these first six storylines.

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The series eventually evolved into a [[GenerationalSaga multi-generational epic]], following the adventures of Jonathan's descendants from the 19th century to the present day. Each part of the saga chronicles the adventures of another descendant of the Joestar bloodline, which spreads all over the world and gets [[TangledFamilyTree pretty darn confusing.]] They all have three things in common: A star shaped birthmark, a destiny to fight evil, and the nickname [[LegacyCharacter JoJo]]. The story is split into eight parts, the first six of which form their own saga.saga focusing on the impact of the Stone Mask on the Joestar family's lives. The series undergoes a ContinuityReboot of sorts with the storylines that occur afterward, set in an AlternateUniverse that features many of the elements from these first six storylines.



** Set in 1938, Joseph Joestar is the rough-and-tumble but extremely clever grandson of Jonathan, and lives in New York City. When word gets out that Jonathan's best friend and Joseph's adoptive great uncle, Robert E. O. Speedwagon, has been murdered, Joseph sets out to avenge him. While rescuing Speedwagon Joseph learns of the "Pillar Men", a race of supreme beings and the original creators of the stone masks of the Aztecs. Joseph heads to Italy in order to train for his fateful encounter with the help of Caesar Zeppeli, Grandson of Jonathan's teacher William Zeppeli, and their mysterious mentor, Lisa Lisa.\\

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** Set in 1938, Joseph Joestar is the rough-and-tumble but extremely clever grandson of Jonathan, and lives in New York City. When word gets out that Jonathan's best friend and Joseph's adoptive great uncle, Robert E. O. Speedwagon, has been murdered, Joseph sets out to avenge him. However, after defeating Speedwagon's alleged murderer, he learns that Speedwagon is actually being held captive by the Waffen-SS in a research facility in Mexico, led by Commander Rudolf von Stroheim. While rescuing Speedwagon Speedwagon, Joseph learns of the "Pillar Men", Stroheim's latest discovery: a race of supreme ancient, superhuman beings and known as the Pillar Men, the original creators of the Aztec stone masks of masks. After a heated fight with a Pillar Man in the Aztecs. research facility, Joseph heads to Italy in order to train for his fateful encounter with three more powerful Pillar Men with the help of Caesar Zeppeli, Grandson Zeppeli (grandson of Jonathan's teacher William Zeppeli, Zeppeli) and their mysterious mentor, Lisa Lisa.\\



** Set in 1989, an aging Joseph comes to visit his Japanese grandson Jotaro Kujo after the reappearance of Dio Brando causes the Joestar line to develop mysterious powers known as "Stands". Upon discovering that Jotaro's mother and Joseph's daughter, Holly, is slowly dying due to the awakening of her Stand, Jotaro, Joseph, and several other stand users must travel around the world to track down Dio and put an end to him and his dark power. \\
This arc has been adapted to a three-part CD drama, an SNES RPG, two [=OVAs=], all titled ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure'', and an arcade FightingGame by {{Capcom}} titled ''[[VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future]]''. In 2014, it received a new anime adaptation like ''Phantom Blood'' and ''Battle Tendency''.
# '''''Diamond Is Unbreakable''''' (occasionally referred to as ''Diamond Is Not Crash/Crush''; originally ''Josuke Higashikata'')[[note]]Manga volumes 29-47[[/note]]
** Set in 1999, Jotaro travels to the Japanese town of Morioh to track down Joseph's illegitimate son, Josuke Higashikata. At the same time, a mysterious arrow that can grant Stands to its targets makes its rounds around town, creating more and more enemies for the two and their friends. Upon discovering the earthbound ghost of a murder victim, the group must track down a mysterious Stand-using serial killer named Yoshikage Kira terrorizing the town. \\
An anime adaptation was confirmed on October 24, 2015, and the first episode aired on April 1, 2016. An {{OVA}} of its spin-off, ''Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe,'' will be a bonus for those who buy the entire DVD set for Part 4.

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** Set in 1989, an aging Joseph comes to visit his Japanese grandson Jotaro Kujo after the reappearance of Dio Brando Brando, now known only as [[BoldInflation "DIO"]], causes the Joestar line to develop mysterious powers known as "Stands". "STANDS". Upon discovering that Jotaro's mother and Joseph's daughter, Holly, is slowly dying due to the awakening of her Stand, STAND, Jotaro, Joseph, and several other stand STAND users must travel around the world to track down Dio DIO and put an end to him and his dark power.power, all while fighting various STAND-using assassins hired by DIO. \\
This arc has been adapted to a three-part CD drama, an SNES RPG, two [=OVAs=], all [=OVAs=] (all titled ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure'', Adventure''), and an arcade FightingGame by {{Capcom}} titled ''[[VideoGame/JojosBizarreAdventureHeritageForTheFuture JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future]]''. In 2014, it received a new anime adaptation like ''Phantom Blood'' and ''Battle Tendency''.
# '''''Diamond Is is Unbreakable''''' (occasionally referred to as ''Diamond Is Not Crash/Crush''; is not Crash/Crush'' after a mistranslation from the part's earliest scanslations; originally ''Josuke Higashikata'')[[note]]Manga volumes 29-47[[/note]]
** Set in 1999, Jotaro travels to the Japanese town of Morioh to track down Joseph's illegitimate teenage son, Josuke Higashikata. Higashikata, in order to sort out his placement in Joseph's will. At the same time, a mysterious bow & arrow that can grant Stands STANDS to its targets makes its rounds around town, creating more and more enemies for the two and their friends. Upon discovering the earthbound ghost of a murder victim, the group must track down a mysterious Stand-using STAND-using serial killer named Yoshikage Kira terrorizing the town. \\
An anime adaptation was confirmed on October 24, 2015, and the first episode aired on April 1, 2016.2016; it is scheduled to run for 39 episodes. An {{OVA}} of its spin-off, ''Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe,'' will be a bonus for those who buy the entire DVD set for Part 4.



** Set in 2001 Italy, Giorno Giovanna is the son of Dio sired after his resurrection. Giorno seeks to take over the mafia and make it beneficial to the community rather than detrimental, but first has to deal with current boss Diavolo's intention to make it so no one knows his true identity, not even his teenage daughter who Giorno and his fellow Stand-using mobsters are ordered to protect by Diavolo himself. What follows is a roadtrip with a subgroup of Diavolo's mob, first to protect said daughter and later to find Diavolo himself.\\

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** Set in 2001 Italy, Giorno Giovanna is the son of Dio DIO, sired after his resurrection. Giorno seeks to take over the mafia and make it beneficial to the community rather than detrimental, but first has to deal with current boss Diavolo's intention to make it so no one knows his true identity, not even his teenage daughter who Giorno and his fellow Stand-using mobsters are ordered to protect by Diavolo himself. What follows is a roadtrip with a subgroup of Diavolo's mob, first to protect said daughter and later to find Diavolo himself.\\



** Set in 2011, while living in [[OnlyInFlorida Florida]], Jotaro's daughter, Jolyne Cujoh[[note]]Jotaro's surname changed after moving to America[[/note]], is framed for murder by a crazed disciple of Dio and sent to prison. While there, Jotaro is able to unlock her Stand but is rendered catatonic when prison chaplain Enrico Pucci, another one of Dio's disciples, manages to steal his soul. Jolyne must team up with several Stand-using inmates in order to rescue her father and stop Pucci from remaking the world in Dio's image.

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** Set in 2011, while living in [[OnlyInFlorida Florida]], Jotaro's daughter, Jolyne Cujoh[[note]]Jotaro's surname changed after moving to America[[/note]], is framed for murder by a crazed disciple of Dio DIO and sent to prison. While there, Jotaro is able to unlock her Stand STAND but is rendered catatonic when prison chaplain Enrico Pucci, another one of Dio's DIO's disciples, manages to use his own STAND to steal his soul. Jotaro's memories in order to further DIO's agenda. Jolyne must team up with several Stand-using STAND-using inmates in order to rescue her father and stop Pucci from remaking the world in Dio's DIO's image.



** Set in 2012, strange structures called "Wall Eyes" appear in the town of Morioh, Japan following the [[RippedFromTheHeadlines 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami]]. Near these Wall Eyes, a young woman named Yasuho Hirose discovers an amnesiac young Stand-User who, after some confusion as to whether he is one "Yoshikage Kira", she decides to name "Josuke" along with arranging him to stay with her neighbors, the Higashikata family. Together, the newly named Josuke Higashikata and Yasuho attempt to help Josuke restore his memories, which the Higashikatas need to help lift a curse which has plagued their family for generations and has connections to Johnny Joestar.

Created in 1987 by the mangaka Creator/HirohikoAraki, the series is famous for its original and unique art style, intricate plot, and creative battles. It also features a huge number of allusions to Western rock music, including characters named [[Music/RonnieJamesDio Dio]], [[Music/REOSpeedwagon Speedwagon]], and [[Music/LedZeppelin Zeppeli]], just to name a few. Although ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure'' has not been able to receive recognition like other imported manga and anime, it is still very well-received by fans all over. And with the insane kind of plots that involve sapient plankton, turtles that are {{bigger on the inside}}, and Rock, Paper, Scissors death matches, is it any wonder?

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** Set in 2012, strange structures called "Wall Eyes" appear in the town of Morioh, Japan following the [[RippedFromTheHeadlines 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami]]. Near these Wall Eyes, a young woman named Yasuho Hirose discovers an amnesiac young Stand-User STAND-User who, after some confusion as to whether he is one "Yoshikage Kira", she decides to name "Josuke" along with arranging him to stay with her neighbors, the Higashikata family. Together, the newly named Josuke Higashikata and Yasuho attempt to help Josuke restore his memories, which the Higashikatas need to help lift a curse which has plagued their family for generations and has connections to Johnny Joestar.

Created in 1987 by the mangaka Creator/HirohikoAraki, the series is famous for its original and unique art style, intricate plot, and creative battles. It also features a huge number of allusions to Western rock music, including characters named [[Music/RonnieJamesDio Dio]], DIO]], [[Music/REOSpeedwagon Speedwagon]], and [[Music/LedZeppelin Zeppeli]], just to name a few. Although ''[=JoJo's=] Bizarre Adventure'' has not been able to receive recognition like other imported manga and anime, anime (primarily due to the [[ScrewedByTheLawyers egregious legal issues]] caused by the wide number of musical references), it is still very well-received by fans all over. And with With the insane kind of plots that involve sapient plankton, turtles that are {{bigger on the inside}}, and Rock, Paper, Scissors death matches, is it any wonder?
16th May '16 4:29:38 PM SlowTeddy
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-->-- '''The prologue of chapter 1.''' '''[[LongRunner Of 900 and counting.]]'''

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-->-- '''The prologue of chapter 1.''' '''[[LongRunner Of 900 901 and counting.]]'''
8th May '16 12:29:34 PM SlowTeddy
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[[caption-width-right:350:Volume 28 of [[ArchivePanic 115]]!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Volume 28 of [[ArchivePanic 115]]!]]
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