The official website for manga artist Hirohiko Araki confirmed today that the eighth episode of his Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai/Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan one-shot series, titled "Episode #10 The Run," will be published in the upcoming 13th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump to be released in Japan on February 26. Hit the jump for more information.
If you've ever wanted an invitation to explore DIO's mansion (and haven't we all?), the new JoJo's Bizarre Adventure exhibit at J-World Tokyo has heard you. Wander a dark maze on the way to DIO's bedroom. Then after your adventure, try your luck at a dice game, or freshen up with some Ora Ora Cola. Check out the new exhibit after the jump!
Following the well-received T-shirts inspired by the fourth arc released in April 2017, Premium Bandai today started accepting pre-orders for seven new collaboration apparel items featuring the characters and stands from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crisaders, the third story arc of Hirohiko Araki's long-running JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga series. Check out the new lineup after the jump!
2017 was the Year of the Rooster. And, if you've been watching your Juni Taisen, you'll know that that makes '18 the Year of the Dog. Jojo's Bizarre Adventure has been taking the occasion to celebrate coffee flavored gum-loving Stardust Crusader Iggy. Year of the Dog cosplay charms were released this month by Bandai's Megahouse brand. He was also honored at the recent Jump Festa event.
Has it really been ten years since Chihayafuru began? Kodansha's manga magazine BE LOVE is giving the series a massive tribute, featuring art from 33 celebrated artists! Find out more after the jump.
George Joestar I begat Jonathan Joestar, who begat George Joestar II, also called Jorge, who begat Joseph Joestar, who begat Holy Kujo, who begat Jotaro Kujo. World War I RAF pilot George II only appeared briefly in the JoJo's anime and manga, but got a novel in 2012, written by Mephisto Prize-winner Ōtarō Maijō and illustrated by series creator Hirohiko Araki. In time for the series' 30th anniversary, the book is back in paperback format.
The National Art Center, Tokyo, the largest national museum in Japan, will hold a special event "Hirohiko Araki JoJo Exhibition: Ripples of The Adventure" in the summer of 2018. The exhibition will be held as the last project for the 30th anniversary of Hirohiko Araki's long-running fantasy action manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Hit the jump for more details.