This week's Jojo's Bizarre Adventure - Diamond is Unbreakable is a significant one. In "Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly," the blonde mystery man lurking in the corner of the anime comes into the forefront. The series' site has kept pace and posted its character listing for this dangerous David Bowie look-alike. Get a look after the jump.
Yukako Yamagishi may not be the textbook fairy tale princess, but JoJo's Bizarre Adventure isn't your textbook fairy tale. This week on Why It Works, we poke around the unique stylings of JoJo's latest performance. Hit the jump for more!
A recent poll on Goo Ranking posed the question: "What J-pop bands would they like to see Stands named after in Hiroaki Araki's Jojo's Bizarre Adventure?" The results may surprise you. Hit the jump to check them out.
Having not gotten enough of JoJo talk last week, this week Nick Creamer dives into the compelling storytelling specifics that made one of Diamond is Unbreakable's strangest episodes work so well. Hit the jump to find out more!
There's just something not quite right about Morioh. From its pale yellow skies to its desolate houses, there's just a hint of menace in the sleepy town's quite neighborhoods. Today we explore one of Diamond is Unbreakable's most important characters - hit the jump to dive in to JoJo's crazy, noisy, bizarre town!
At their San Diego Comic-Con panel, Adult Swim programming block Toonami has announced plans to broadcast the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure TV anime. The David Production adaptation of Hirohiko Araki's genre hopping 1987 ongoing will make its US cable debut in October. More after the jump.
While smartphone game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Shooters launched in 2014, riding the tail of All-Star Battle, back in December, it was updated to feature the characters from Diamond Is Unbreakable. For the last week, leading into this weekend, it's been back at Morioh so that manga artist/Stand user Rohan Kishibe can join the crew, featuring special SSR cards, social media campaign bonuses and a commercial. Get a look after the jump.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven is now available digitally on PlayStation 4 in the Americas, so Bandai Namco is marking the occasion with a new trailer. This one takes the arc highlights to Part VIII: JoJolion, which has been ongoing in Hirohiko Araki's manga since 2011. Hit the jump for more.
Bandai Namco rolled out two new trailers for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven earlier today, moving the focus ahead to Part VI: Stone Ocean and Part VII: Steel Ball Run. See some of the characters of each along with more gameplay footage after the jump.