This is Hirohiko Araki. He does two things: churns out JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and refuses to age.
The newest JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure 3D fighting game has exactly what fans of the long running anime and manga are looking for: being able to play as a ton of the series’ heroes and villains—53 to be exact.
Smoking is bad. Don't do it! But that's not why the new Jojo's Bizarre Adventure anime is being censored. It's because this is underage smoking.
Looking for somewhere to cosplay? May I recommend the Pyramids? Also, camels are good if you've got 'em.
JoJo fans rejoice, it looks like there's a new game coming your way. Let's hope it's not as DLC-ridden as the last.
You know sometimes the expressions you see in anime are incredibly exaggerated? They look hard to pull off in real life. Turns out, they are.
For those who wonder what magnificent manga hair would look like in real-life, wonder no more.
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is famous for its unique art style with characters making fabulous poses that cosplayers love to mimic. One underappreciated aspect of the manga is the interesting facial expressions. Underappreciated, except by one man.
We knew that JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle was coming to the West, but we didn't have exact dates. Now we do. Bandai-Namco's fighter hits PS3 in Europe and Australia first, on April 25, with the US release following four days later, on April 29.
Just in case you were worried the country had lost its ability to sculpt amazing snow art, rest easy. It hasn't.
Microsoft Paint is probably not the best tool to remake anime openings (or anything), especially not the superb one for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and I'm pretty sure it took OurFinalForm a million billion hours to finish this masterpiece.
Manga artist Hirohiko Araki is famous for two things. One is JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The other? Being an ageless vampire.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is one of Japan's longest-running and popular weekly manga. The new PlayStation 3 fighting game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle is a love letter to the manga that any fan will enjoy. Sadly, while it is quite fun, it has several glaring problems.
When you first boot up JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle, you'll likely head right into the story mode to start unlocking characters. Three hours later, you'll probably try versus mode, only to wonder where everyone else got all those cool costumes.
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is a franchise that has spanned 25 years. Earlier this year, the first two story arcs were made into an anime; and two weeks back, the series' newest game was released in Japan. So now is the perfect time to look back at the two Jojo OVAs. Surprisingly, they've aged quite well.
As you can see, JoJo's All Star Battle is not a typical fighting game, even by Japanese standards. Iggy is a DLC character, and he has some quite unusual techniques. And believe me, there's a reason I chose not to post the GIF version.
Based on the manga series by Hirohiko Araki, Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle is basically a love letter to the series' multitude of fans.