JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven is a brand new title that's headed for both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in the near future, and it's adding both Vanilla Ice (Cool Ice) and Dio to its roster. Hit the jump for more!
A second demo featuring online play and tag battle offers Japanese PlayStation 3 and 4 players a new look at JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven starting July 17th and a preview presents a look at its gameplay. Check it out after the jump.
Young Jump: Ultra Special Issue: Ultra Jump debuted in 1995, before splitting into its own Ultra Jump monthly seinen magazine in 1999. Taking the former into account, the 20th anniversary events are being celebrated this year including a Ultra Jump Anniversary Fair at the Jump shops from August 8-31 and a special exhibit of autographed covers at the Odaiba shop July 18th-31. Author Hirohiko Araki is contributing with commemorative shopping bags designs and Iggy t-shirt.
Yesterday, Anime Expo hosted a presentation of the English versions of episodes 3 and 10 from season one of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure along with Joseph Joestar voice Ben Diskin and Naokatsu Tsuda, animation director at David Production and director of Jojo’s. See who else is involved in the dub after the jump.
This week's issue of Jump announces the addition of two more characters to the roster of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven. The latest to join in on the fighting action are Part II: Battle Tendency's Lisa Lisa and Part III: Stardust Crusaders' Pet Shop. More after the jump.
It's exciting that Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is finally releasing on DVD with an English dub, but it looks like there's still going to be a bit of a wait when it comes to actually being able to add them to your collection. Hit the jump for
Hirohiko Araki's Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is famous for the music references (frequently obscured in localizations) , usually in the names of characters and Stands. The finale of Stardust Crusaders went a bit further with a direct mention in the dialog, and the subject of that call-out noticed, posted it on Instagram, and tagged it "#pointlesscrap." Get a look after the jump.
Now that you've (hopefully) finished the Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders anime, you can spot all the many, many references across anime and manga. Part of the reason for those homages is that the series is generally popular, but its popularity across the community of creators also contributes to the quantity. Check out some examples of tribute works after the jump.
Anime Expo announced this week that Naokatsu Tsuda, animation director at David Production, and director of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, will be a guest at the event and present the world premieres of the English versions of episodes 3 and 10 from season one of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure along with Joseph Joestar voice Ben Diskin. Also at the event will be an premiere of the first two dub episodes of Sailor Moon Crystal. More after the jump.
Kazune Kawahara and Aruko's award-winning My Love Story!! manga launched in Shueisha's Bessatsu Margaret in October 2011. Today is the fourth anniversary of the May 19th launch of "JoJolion, the eighth part of Hirohiko Araki's JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, in Shueisha's Ultra Jump. Believe it or not, these Shueisha classmates once teamed up, along the lines of the new JoJo's x Terraformars promotion.