Today, otaku TV personality/voice actor/idol singer Shoko "Shokotan" Nakagawa combined two of her passions... JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and putting things in her mouth. This time, it wasn't one her of feline pets or a video game cartage going exercising her oral fixation. Check out what she was doing after the jump.
"Georgia Emerald Mountain Blend" is one of the most popular can coffee brands of Coca-Cola Japan. In commemoration of its 20th anniversary, the brand collaborates with the on-going TV anime JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders releasing the character-featured cans. Check the CM by Jotaro Kujo after the jump.
Otaku Idol Shoko Nakagawa, also known as Shokotan has posted a series of selfies as characters from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series. Shokotan is known as a long time and hardcore Jojo fan and this is her dream come true according to her Twitter posts. Skip this if you do not want spoilers, but if you don't mind, see the many photos she posted after the jump!
Prior to the new JoJo's Bizarre Adventure TV series, the 1993 and 2000 OVAs were released in North America by a now defunct company called Super Techno Arts and part III of the manga was published by Viz. Long out of print, it was hard to find volumes of the cult series without a hefty mark-up. That's changed with reprints now leaving Viz's warehouse. More after the jump.
Fast food chain McDonald's is attempting to encourage kids to enjoy nutritious foods. Towards that end, they've added the option of Go-GURT Low-Fat Strawberry Yogurt or apple slices. And, they've introduced a new Happy Meal brand ambassador, which has not met with a positive press response. Check out how Japanese arts have responded after the jump.
During last year's run of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime, the cast of the evolving cult series' fourth phased starred in a series of animated ads. Now, along with the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part III: Stardust Crusaders, the cast of part V: Vento Aureo get the promo spotlight. Check out the latest after the jump.
With all of the excitement Stardust Crusaders, it's a good time to look back at last year's MS Paint recreation of opening for the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part I: Phantom Blood. According to the fine folks at OurFinalForm, this project took "one" billion hours in MS Paint and significantly less in Photoshop to complete." Get a look after the jump.
With the Stardust Crusaders anime running, Lucky Land Communications is doing their best to work with various character goods makers to live up to the legacy of bizarre Jojo's merchandise. While not quite as incredible as the baby onesies from last year, they're still impressive. Get a look after the jump.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure continues its very welcome invasion of the West with PS3-exclusive fighter JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle! Nate and Baker join forces with Danika Harrod for this round-table co-op review of CyberConnect2's stunning, stylish love letter to Hirohiko Araki's epic--hit the jump for our full review!
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle is out now on PlayStation 3 in the Americas, so Bandai Namco Games' latest trailer is just in time. Be aware that this one includes some spoilers, since it runs through more of the series' arcs, starting with Part IV: Diamond is Unbreakable after the jump.
@LEGOdouMoko spent the last couple of months wowing the internet with their Lego recreations of Kill La Kill's cast. With that series now over, the Lego customizer and sculptor has stayed busy and on top of the current anime crazes with photos of their designs based on series like JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and Sailor Moon. Check out the results after the jump.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle was recently released in Europe, and the next stop is the Americas. CyberConnect2's fighter hits PlayStation 3 in that region tomorrow, April 29, and Bandai Namco is prepping everyone with the first part of a story trailer that runs through the series' first three parts, Phantom Blood, Battle Tendency, and Stardust Crusaders. Read on for more.