'Jojo's Bizarre Adventure' is filled to the brim with memorable characters who have a lasting impact on the plot. This is sadly not one of those.
Some villains never learn their lessons. But the ones who can piece out their own flaws... They're the ones to be truly afraid of!
Ahhh yes. Doesn't it feel good, friends? We're finally out of the woods on the overviews of Parts 1-8, so now we can start talking about the series in earnest. Yeah - this is the kind of stuff I really live for. So while I was writing the articles summarizing the various arcs, I regularly cam … Continue reading 30 in 30: Is ‘Jojo’ Spoiler-Proof?
It's taken a couple of months, but we've finally gotten here, gang - we're caught up to the modern incarnation of Jojo, Jojolion! Continuing on in the re-imagined universe started by Steel Ball Run, we'll see how the weird can get even weirder as we encounter new versions of old friends, strange new powers in crazy tests of wits, … Continue reading 30 in 30: Jojolion
1890. The American West. A man realizes his dream of hosting a cross-country race to embrace the "Pioneer Spirit." The prize? $50,000,000. Competitors from across the globe arrive to challenge one another for riches and glory. Among them are two notable newcomers: a mysterious cowboy who carries strange metal spheres in place of guns, and … Continue reading 30 in 30: Steel Ball Run
Featured Image provided courtesy of NKN (DeviantArt; Facebook). I've agonized over how to start this review for weeks now, and I still haven't found the right words to fit my feelings, so let's just cut to the quick - I love Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Part 6: Stone Ocean. I know it has its haters, I know it's … Continue reading 30 in 30: Stone Ocean
Put yourself in the shoes of one of Japan's most successful manga-ka. You've completed four highly lauded parts to your increasingly popular series. You closed the book on the most iconic villain you've ever made, then followed him up with a haunting yet somehow still charismatic threat who was the polar opposite in a much … Continue reading 30 in 30: Vento Aureo