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Web Animation / JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: One Cartoonist's Dream

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: One Cartoonist's Dream is a duology of fan musical videos that fuse the characters and stories from the popular manga by Hirohiko Araki with Disney. Specifically, songs from Disney films are given new lyrics from the point of view of JoJo characters and sung by the project's vocalists, who base their performances on the characters' voices from The New '10s' anime adaptation, (or, barring that, the fighting games). Each song is accompanied by artwork consisting of the JoJo performing it traced from Disney characters who look and sometimes are similar to them. For example, Enrico Pucci from Part 6 has his song based on "Hellfire" and his artwork traced from Claude Frollo.


The result seems on the surface like a ridiculous combination, considering the parent franchise's completely opposing tones, but to many who see it, it just works. Both videos cover Parts One through Seven. The song bases for each Part and who sings them are listed below:

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     ver. HEROES 

     ver. VILLAINS 

The project was the brainchild of Nico Nico Douga user ぴーころ大魔王. JoJoJunkie subtitled them into English.

ver. HEROES can be watched with English subtitles here, and ver. VILLAINS can be watched with English subtitles here, but be warned that they contain major spoilers for all Parts.

Compare Undertale the Musical and Chrono Trigger: The Musical as Internet-based fan musical projects. Needs Wiki Magic Love and Needs More Love in general.



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