Why is Daiya so best?
My name is Josefumi, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, rock humans who spend every second of their life hibernating. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any 『pussy』? I mean, I guess it’s fun murdering people because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than 『equivalent exchange』.
Don’t be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I’m pretty much the best of both worlds. I was a sailor, and a professional con artist. What sports do you play, other than “jack off to naked drawn rocks”? I also get straight A’s in developmental potential, and have a banging hot girlfriend (She just blew me with her 『stand』; Shit was SO cash). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselves. Thanks for listening.
Pic Related: It’s me and my bitch
Saw a section of the original fighting game in a magazine and kept trying to find "JoJo" in the character list. I didn't understand that it was a name passed down through generations.
I want that full version of that fucking music from the part 4 PV so bad. I can't wait a few months.
I didn't think David would be able to give Josuke a theme as good as the one in ASB but I was fucking wrong.
What was up with Daiya's leg getting completely trashed, but being fine two pages later?
Before I ever really started to read it, friend once told me "it has something to do with a Stone Mask, but there's a whole lot more to it than that". So combining that with what I saw, I assumed Stardust Crusaders was the whole story and that it was a long, long, LONG manga about these five guys and a dog traveling across the entire world looking for the fabled "Stone Mask" and meeting a shitton of weird people on the way. Like a seriously twisted version of One Piece.
On top of that, the only other thing I can think of is that I thought the Pillar Men were just some really odd humans who showed up every now and again to cause some hilarious chaos, Jotaro and Jolyne were a couple, Kakyoin was a total freak that constantly did weird and gross shit, and Iggy was nothing but a goofy idiot that kept getting in trouble while Polnareff was the serious one (as it turns out it was the other way around).
I was surprised when at the end of Phantom Blood the Stone Mask is actually destroyed. I found myself thinking "what the hell? did the series really just end? what about the Japanese banchou asshole and the freaky guy with pink hair who does wrong things with cherries?"
>tl;dr JJBA ended up being a LOT more serious than I was expecting it to be
I want to hug him. He probably never even scored.
Asked this earlier, but does someone have the picture of the "Early Design" King Crimson?
No mouth and a hood.
Will keep askin until I get it. Looks fucking baws. Savage.
this sounds sick as shit and i also really wanna see this
where did you see it?
I think some anon uploaded it in an earlier thread, but I haven't been able to locate it. Apparently it is one of Araki's old sketches, so it should be possible to locate it by going through his old stuff. Too bad I suck at finding sketches/art in general.
It honestly looked like a better design than what he went with, It is so fucking rad.
THAT'S THE ONE! THAT'S THE ONE!
It becomes a Requiem Stand when the STAND is STABBED. Not the user.
As far as I know.
If the user gets stabbed, the Stand just gains a new ability
If Araki had gone through with this, then maybe I would actually like King Crimson and Diavolo. Just think that King Crimson looks weird as it is.
This would have made it cooler and overall more terrifying. It looks sinister as FUCK.
So. Who is the villain of Jojolion?
Anyone got an idea?
And why is it Kars?
>Suspecting Jobin of being a villain and not just some shady as fuck father
>Run to the Hills
Destructive Power: E (Individually)
At first this Stand resembles a simple cockroach, with the only difference between a normal one is a design on it's back, however, the moment someone touches it, usually to crush it to death, it's power triggers. From the corpse of the first 'roach' more will start to pour out, a steady number, and they will look different from normal roaches, more Stand like. If any more get crushed, more Stands will start to pour from those corpses too. Run to the Hills will then begin to work as a single mind to kill whoever crushed them, whether it's swarming them, or working outwardly to kill them (like chewing through the support beams of a house to crush the target) Run to the Hills has no limit, and will continue to spawn endlessly until either the user is taken out, or the target is killed, however spraying the roaches with bleach prevents more of RTTHs from spawning from them when they are crushed.
We doing this?
It takes the form of a cybergoth dominatrix with tubelike hair and clothing. Her ability is creating various lengths of tubes that can be inserted into most objects or living creatures. The primary use of this is to tether two things together to restrict their movement, but they also function as IV link cables of sort that transfers energy between the two objects. A person tethered to a computer may experience electric shock from the current traveling from it. Likewise, if a tube is attached to someone with nothing on the other end, they will bleed out
Takes the appearance of a small crystal ball with a ring floating around it at all times. Its power is to allow any predictions made within the user hearing range come true no matter who made it. It will make the predictions come true at any cost even if it means manipulating time or killing its own user. It has no inherent fighting ability but may cause great destruction depending on the prediction
Turns out that the villain was pic related
Back in Black
Back in Black can transform objects into 'holes' with only a touch. When an object is turned into a 'hole' it becomes solid black, with none of it's features before hand, but still it's shape. When an object is turned into a 'hole' anything can pass through it now, but it will stay in it's original position unless Back in Black moves it (being the only thing that can physically touch these 'holes') and retain it's place in 'space' despite no longer 'existing' now. If another object passes through a 'hole' and the 'hole' is returned to normal, the two objects will be melded together at the atomic level and can never be separated normally again. These 'holes' possess another power that only Back in Black can access, and that is each 'hole' is connected to any other one, and Back in Black can use these 'tunnels' to move through, reach through, or move other objects or people through, granting the Stand a much larger range of reach and movement than it normally possesses.
>Part 4 has a PV
Fuck where have I been
The artstyle looks pretty poor, like DIO's World era Part 3. What happened to Josuke's nose? It looks like a quick rush by interns on slave labour that would be tidied up on a BD, not a professional piece done to showcase the new series' look.
Music sounds nice though
isn't this somewhat incest at some point?
I thought David Bowie makes an actual cameo appearance.
Nothing really. I guess I took the "joestar family vs the immortal vampire Dio Brando over several generations thing a bit more literally, as if Dio was the main villain in every single part.
Maybe the point was to make KC look ridiculous? I mean it is already ridiculous in itself.
How does it work??
>these latest chapters
This is the most horrifying body horror Araki's done in a while
Would fit with Diavolo's need to stay hidden. Would make it mor mysterious. Maybe it even was the design for Requiem King Crimson.
BTW WHAT THE FUCK WAS UP WITH THAT? DIAVOLO MANAGED TO PIERCE HIMSELF WITH THE ARROW, WHY DID HE NOT DEVELOP A REQUIEM STAND?
Part 4 anime will end with a total series episode count of (around) 122 episodes, which would be the counterpart of chapter 422 of the manga. David's doing a pretty good job of condensing all that shit.
Not this shit again. So the arrow didn't choose Giorno at the start? Is that the excuse?
THE ARROW EVEN CHOSE KIRA? THE ARROW CHOSE ALL OF THOSE PEOPLE IN MORIOH?
It will end up with 48 eps, around the same amount that Stardust Crusaders did.
Season one ends when
Kira becomes Kosakuor when Fatty Dies
>The artstyle looks pretty poor
>like DIO's World era Part 3
I hate that you can now say that and be technically correct about ONE of the adaptations. DIO's World was always known as one of the best looking parts of the entire series, whether it be the manga or the OVA. Even the drama CD was straight up ear porn.
Fuck you David.
The latter seems more likely, I don't think there's enough after the Kosaku part unless they extent the final fight for like 5 episodes (which I guess is possible beacuse BTD)
They can just establish Akira as the villain for the first season easily and then introduce Kira briefly
It's really amazing how bad the artists at David are. The weird indistinct shapes, they manage to draw these huge musclebound fantastical figures and make them look completely flat and lifeless, without any sense of dynamism or movement, no tension in their poses. Just amazingly bad.
The former would be ideal, would be a cool place to leave things temporarily and then have a LOST style season opening with autistic Kira in his new life. Then again, I don't recall if it makes sense to split it there chapter wise, but I'm sure it's going to be good regardless.
It's hard to make CG look good in anime unless you disguise the hell out of it.
If it had the same quality of CG as the openings then it would work, but that would probably be pretty costly.
Would also fit with the timescale.
>Taking a break when
Kira becomes Kosaku
Kosakulives a normal life, but then we get introduced into season 2.
>Shit goes down and
Kosakugets his "Normal" life
>But you know? This is a Jojo’s anime, and one made in the brave year of 2013. I’m not sure about the fans, but I imagine casual observers of Jojo’s like myself have a very specific image of it in their head, and this show’s designs don’t match the look of the slick illustrations gracing show windows of Gucci stores in Tokyo and New York.
>I—and I assume many other beginners to the franchise—want to see these characters redone in Araki’s current, signature style. There’s no need to poorly mimic his artistic evolution in this anime.
This guy is literally fucking retarded
It would seriously be better than what we ended up with. Dio's World.
Can I read Jojolion if I only have seen/read up to part 5?
I want to read it with you guys and I'm a very slow reader, it's impossible for me to catch up in a short amount of time.
Also how do you pronounce the lion part in Jojolion? Like the animal or like the name Leon? I say it the second way.
It's probably OK to skip Part 5, even though I would recommend that you read through it all.
A small heads up. You should probably read Part 7 BEFORE you read Part 8 as they are connected and (I don't know) might have more to with eachother in the future.
I first heard of JoJo in an article in the American Shounen Jump, which mistakenly said that the Stone Mask was an ancient Aztecian artifact that gave people Stands, never mentioned vampires or Ripple.
I didn't really know about Jotaro, nor Araki's increasingly-flamboyant artystyle, but the article gave a summary of every part and mentions that Jolyne is the Part 6 JoJo and that it takes place in a women's prison.
So I thought that pick related was Jolyne on a motorcycle with her butch dyke girlfriend that she met in prison.
I would read it in order anyway. You shouldn't miss out on Part 7 (which part 8 does indeed spoil). We're probably not even half-way done with JoJolion so you have years to catch up.
I'm a pretty slow reader too and it took me about a year to get caught up on the manga. Part 8 will be going on for a while so you have time.
Honestly I'm enjoying Part 5, can't see why I would skip it. I don't understand all the hate. Might be because I'm still reading the redone part.
When I bought the first two Steel Ball Run volumes a long time ago, before knowing anything about JoJo I didn't like it. From what I remember it has nothing to do with parts from 1 to 5, or with everything that I learned to like about JoJo. I know it gets a lot of praise but I suspect it's mostly because of the context, I'll read it but if there's one part I'm more prone to skip that's SBR, definitely not 5.
David just need to fire all their artists. They are beyond terrible. They manage the other stuff well enough, but the art has to completely change. Any other studio would do a better job.
I thought Steely Dan was going to be the physically toughest opponent Jotaro faced up to that point.
>mfw here's your receipt.
Part 7 is in an alternate universe and has litterarly nothing to do with Part 5. If one is considering to catch up just to catch up, you'd be better of skipping to Part 7, reading through it, starting Part 8, catching up and then continuing on Part 5 (as they are two separate stories)
If there is one single part that makes the LEAST sense to skip of all it is 7, undoubtedly. On pretty much every metric imaginable its the least skippable.
Though really if you skip any of them you are an irredeemable faggot who should kill themselves.
I see a lot of people hate on the recent Part 4 PV. How many of us here actually like it? I appreciate that they're taking creative risks with the artstyle (like Part 1 and 2 animes did), instead of just give us a boring 1 for 1 adaption of the manga like they did with Part 3.
Only thing that makes me skeptical is that it has same crew as the part 3 anime, I feel like the first two parts overall had way better direction in their anime adaptions. Compare DavePro and OVA Part 3, direction goes a long way.
What do you mean by that? If you mean you don't like shit with cowboys and the ol' west, I wouldn't worry. Part 7 doesn't have much to do with the actual Ol' West genre. There is literally one entire cowboy in the whole thing, and he's just another stand user.
If you mean "I only like Japanese media that takes place inside of Japan and I won't read Part 7 because it takes place in America", well I can't help there. You're just a faggot.
I like it a lot, seems a lot more stylish, without going full part 2. Only thing I'm a bit skeptical about is Josuke's face, although that has already grown on me, and the hair color of Okuyasu and Koichi seems a bit weird.
Why do you prefer the part 1/2 adaptation wise over 3?
I like it a lot. People keep talking about how the miss the face lines yet I remember it getting a lot of flak back in 2012 when PB was announced.
With a simpler style that fits how happy-go-lucky DiU is compared to the rest of the series I think they'll also better manage the budget so the final fight won't be full DIO'S WORLD again.
Why would anyone hate late '800 setting?
No seriously, first when I say skip I mean leaving it for later, second I'll read part 7, I got the message, I was only saying that it doesn't attract me in the least, especially after having read the first 2 volumes.
I hate the West, I hate cowboys, I hate Indians, I hate Murricans, I hate how the serious premise of the story is treated.
Where the fuck are my silly muscular manly men on an bizzarre adventure?
Western is for men who are not comfortable about their sexuality. The fact that the best westerns are Leone's non-westerns says a lot.
But...SBR has barely anything in common with the West, Cowboys, Indians or Americans. It's so far removed from the stereotypical 'Western' you're talking. Okay, maybe in the beginning it has a semblance to it but the further in you get, the more bizarre it gets.
If anyone asked me what SBR was about the last thing that would be on my mind is "West", "Cowboys", "Indians" or "Americans".
The last dozen chapers of SBR are worth it and make up any sort of disappointment you face in the beginning.
I just had a lot less fun watching Part 3 than I did reading it. I think it's because they really fucked up the pacing of the individual fights, it really seemed to crawl along and the high points weren't as tense and thrilling. I always considered JoJo to be kind of thriller manga, its best fights leave on the edge of your seat, and it just wasn't there for Part 3. They also didn't do as much fun stuff, like as much of the flamboyant color shifts or as much focus on the goofy elements or high-energy music.
I also think the soundtrack has a lot to do with it. Part 2 adaption had everything, from dubstep to rap to opera. Meanwhile Jotaro's "I'm kicking some ass with Oras" theme was so played out it felt like beating a dead horse, and only a few other tracks were interesting and barely played.
Where the fuck do you even get the blu ray for part 3 in the west?
I haven't been able to find it anywhere, legal or otherwise, except for one expensive copy of just the first half. Everything else seems to be from Japan though.
Gyro gets killed by Sandman
Turns out DIO is actually a bad guy
In terms of pacing, I don't see how they could've done it much differently. It would've started to feel rushed if they wrapped up every fight in just one episode. And yeah, the style is a bit on the bland side I suppose, but then again, it makes part 2 a bit more unique.
I completely agree about the music though. The entire soundtrack is fucking huge, so it's a shame how it's pretty much just "stardustcrusaders.mp3" playing 90% of the time they beat someone. The ambient stuff was pretty good though.
Anon, you do know that only like, two out of 8 parts of Jojo take place in Japan, right? Part 1 is in England, part 2 starts in America and goes to...South America right? Part 3 only stays in Japan for like three chapters then travels across the world, part 4 is in Japan, part 5 is in Italy, part 6 is in Florida, part 7 goes across America and part 8 is Japan.
If you don't like America, the West, or "serious"ness, then don't bother reading Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, because it's obviously not for you.
But Araki likes the west, thats why Jojo is so heavily influenced by western themes and western music in general. Hating on the west in a Jojo thread is like going into a Buyfag thread and shitting on figurines.
Anon, you have a serious brain problem if "west" "cowboys" "indians" or "Americans" are the last things on your mind when you think about SBR/ Shit, it takes place in America, features an American Jojo, numerous American characters, two important characters are an Indian and a Cowboy, and fuck
the main villain is the god damn president
What the shit do you think of when you think of SBR, besides balls and horses?
Either way, if the arrow stabs you a second time, you are granted a new power. If it hits your Stand, and you are "chosen" then you get Requiem, if it stabs you, and you're "chosen" you get a new power. It's the difference between Bites the Dust and GER
Requeim abilities transform the stand into a new powerful stand. Most of them seem to have reality bending powers.The stand also changes how it looks.
Regular abilities changes the appearance of the user, and not the stand. The stand gets a new powerful ability, while still remaining as the old one.
Not the guy you're replying to but JoJo is Japanese by its very nature and using "Araki is a westaboo" meme to say otherwise is fucking stupid. The characters think and act like Japanese and even speak it in-universe regardless of nationality. JoJo in no way is Western even when it imitates the West, though Part 7 comes close (and even then fails when it uses inherent shonen themes).
I'm comparing it to stereotypical westerns, you retard. I like those and I've watched plenty but they have very little in common with how SBR is set up.
Sure the whole western influence is there but it's hardly the main point of the story nor it's driving force. SBR's western themed elements aren't what make it great. It could be set in the han dynasty and it would still work and be great.
It's like saying Phantom Blood is a vampire story which would imply it's anything like Dracula.
Are you trying to imply Araki isn't gay?
Also you're wrong, I spent thousands of euro in manga over the years and I hate figs and people who buy them.
No one said anything about Japan, up to what I watched/read only the beginning of part 2 takes place in Burgerland.
>If you don't like America, the West, or "serious"ness, then don't bother reading Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, because it's obviously not for you.
What? There's nothing too serious about the JoJo I know.
But doesn't getting stabbed with the arrow grant a new powerful ability, too?
Bites the Dust manipulated time and fate, after all.
Is there a limit to how strong a regular arrow ability can be or something?
Both posts said that, yes.
Fuck if anyone knows, arrows don't matter anymore. But if you want a gauge, look over the cast of Part 4. practically all of them besides Josuke, Fatty, Tonio, Aya and Rohan (might be others, can't remember) were Stands created via the arrow.
>The sites just stuff Battle Tendencies into the same episode lineup as Phantom Blood
It's as annoying as every fucking scan site only having chapter 40+ of BT
I think I noticed this when, even in the good non-quality shots, The World just looks so... flat. I could never quite put my finger on way, but it might just be the line art. Like, The World was a motherfucker in the manga, and even when he's technically drawn correct in the anime, he just looks so unintimidating. Never does David's The World ever have the same feeling of power, except maybe in their nice recreation of the fist-through-gears panel.
The lack of tension or movement in the art is horrible once you notice it. You know how some artists can get even little chibi sketches looking full of energy and movement? That is exactly the skill the david "artists" lack. Everything seems like it has been rushed by korean slave labour interns as opposed to keyframe artists. Who even does their keyframes? Do they have actual artists anymore?
Araki's signature style is kinda floaty and anatomically nonsense, limbs barely attached, but its also surprisingly dynamic
Thats why it's especially egregious, despite being so incredibly zany and nonsensical, Araki's art is vibrant and full of life, so it sucks to see it so shamed. Especially because you can see, obviously, in some parts of the anime that David can do a good job, so it's just a complete lack of effort, which is a damn shame.
I think some of that is owed to single panels often having a bit more of an impact, when even the better looking parts of the animation don't have the same effect.
But yeah, the overall animation is kind of shit, but what can you do.
What's weird is, as far as I understand its normal to have a keyframe artist draw the normal stills in anime, then you get your korean slaves to do the inbetweens, the characters in the background and the animated parts. Whereas David have MAIN characters appearing IN THE FOREGROUND for entire scenes without an actual staff artist ever touching it
But even in still shots The World still looked like shit at best, or just flat and unimpressive at worst. This shot was also a still in the anime, and didn't even come close.
I meant to say the art as well.
I suppose you're right. I guess I just thought it was still was passable at times, but I also don't mind that stuff too much in general so I dunno.
This is why i loved part 2. Animation was shit, but the art direction and colors made up for that.
Man, I really wish I could go back and see people's reactions to when Jonathan died in the anime (the people who didn't know it was going to happen) it must have been a huge shock for the MC to die so suddenly
It's not just that, but the line art is drawn by an actual artist, using more thick lines and taking their time with it, unlike the scribbled shitty thin lined shit in the second half of Stardust
Since I'm a dirty secondary who went into this with no expectations it was a pretty big shock as I saw the episode count of the series and I didn't even know there would be multiple JoJos.
>See JJBA EOH
>Got interested in the series
>Part 1 was super hand-holdy with the explanations, but overall isn't bad
>Part 2 is just pure sex
>Now in Part 3 season 2
So far Joseph is best JoJo, with based Kakyoin and Caesar being best allies. Joseph and Avdol v Bastet are probably the most fun episodes to watch so far
also best fanservice.
I've seen the preview, he looks like a fun character and a nice change of pace from Jotaro. I'll probably restrain myself from reading part 4 since the wait won't be too long.
I'm already partly spoiled on a few things and don't really mind, but thanks for the warning anon.
OH MY GOD!!!
I was re-reading Rohan at the Louvre and saw this.
For some reason I love the idea that after everything that happened to them in Part 4, anti-social Rohan Kishibe still will go out with Josuke and friends for tea and or coffee.
Man. Okuyasu looks really fucking weird in that second panel, even for post part 4 Araki standards
Also how the fuck does Okuyasu know about the Mona Lisa or Leonardo Da Vinci, that seems way too advanced for Okuyasu
I know it goes against canon, but I like to think that Kira got Killer Queen (full-size from the get-go) when he was still a kid and was incredibly freaked out by this big, pink, half-naked, cat man in wrestling gear that wouldn't leave him alone.
He was afraid that the Stand would attack him, so it did. When he found out he could control it with his mind, he gleefully ordered it to punch itself in the face, which in turn hurt him because of how it's synced with him. Those kind of antics.
Okuyasu just looks spooky in that
I played the capcom fightan game first, and I thought this was like the whole series. I thought Jotaro was like 35 during part 3. I thought Jojo (Young Joseph) was Jotaro's dad and/or the real protagonist. I thought New Kakyoin was a bad guy. I also thought Polnareff was a bad guy because of Black Polnareff. I was trying to figure out where Shadow DIO appeared in the story. I thought Stand was just an awful translation of whatever the real name for Stands was. Jeez, as soon as I started reading this series my entire world got flipped upside down.
>Jotaro favorite Jojo
>JJL least favorite crew
these baffle me, but otherwise great taste
its design is hideous, its personality is insufferable, its behavior is disgusting, its power isn't enough to salvage those qualities
it actually makes interesting use of its powers (with the mosquitoes and the water splashing and shit), but it's just irredeemably gross to me
>pink haired dude from flashback
not enough information to give a good opinion
based on what? we know Norisuke ain't fuckin with her, but the motivations there weren't really clear. her stand seems to only be support though, definitely an ally
ehhhhhh, Kira was a good guy with good intentions, and he was friends with Josefumi, so i can't imagine either of them having memories that would make him the bad guy
then again, what does it even mean to be "the villain of Jojo"?
typically that's the primary antagonist. since this story is told from Gappy's perspective, even if Gappy's actions were perceived as evil by other people (like the Higashikatas), we would still consider him the hero and them the villains
>Johnny is the BroJo
i don't wanna give you any spoilers, you clearly haven't finished yet
Because Gyro lead the story of SBR practically the whole way through, he was front in center in pretty much every situation, and lead the strategy on a majority of the fights. Johnny was closer to Koichi than he was a main character
a Koichi that got a lot more development and eventually took over at the very end, but still
I feel like her stand probably has the potential to be worthy as a villain's stand, that as well as I think she's going to fuse later on with someone to be a parallel of Gappy, probably ending up as the SBR-verse's rep of Kars. It's bullshit but i'd really like Yasuho or Gappy to be the villain
He was pissed off, and when a kid pisses you off, sometimes you just gotta punch a hole in their intestines. Kira holds himself as a level headed and quiet sort, but he is hiding a lot of fury inside, like when he exploded on that girl before killing her.
imo Gyro doesn't lead the story any more than Johnny does. Gyro cares about the race, so he sort of catalyzes that plot element, but even so, Johnny would've run the race anyways. Gyro obviously fills the mentor role by teaching Johnny about Spin, but that's not "front and center" either
think about the actual plot of part 7 - the quest for the corpse parts and the conflict with Valentine. Gyro doesn't care about any of that shit, and he only participates because Johnny drags him along
Johnny decides to join up with Gyro, Johnny decides to go for the corpse parts, Johnny teams up with Lucy, and the entire climax/denouement is all Johnny, Gyro is just a playing piece that Valentine uses to manipulate Johnny
Pucci's universal reset has nothing to do with the SBR universe. Araki knew that part 6 would be the last part in that timeline (since his publishers were getting on his case to finish Jojo and start something new), so he wanted to go out with a resolution that didn't leave people wondering how things panned out
It felt bittersweet. I knew it had to happen, but the dude didn't deserve it.
Johnathan was a gentleman to the end, his speech about feeling connected to Dio made me must up a little.
>since this story is told from Gappy's perspective, even if Gappy's actions were perceived as evil by other people (like the Higashikatas), we would still consider him the hero and them the villains
I will never forgive Tsurugi for killing the purity that was Aishou
I really loved Kira's autism moments.
>tfw Shinobu couldn't fuck the weird serial killer out of Kira and finally give him the quiet, happy life he always wanted
Reminder that /qa/ thinks jojo threads are banned (and the thread he reported got deleted)
It's not bad, just painfully, mind numbingly mediocre. It's not the sort of thing you'd turn off the radio for, just something you would never remember if it wasn't repeated at you all the time.
She also wanted to strap him to an electric chair.
he's already wearing the white hoodie there - that's after he shits himself
when he shits himself, the only thing that's happened prior to that is the breakfast trivia, which he doesn't even fail
if it was in the last thread, check the archives
>implying Koichi defeating her didn't totally switch their roles in Yasuho's chucked up mind
If Kiochi decided he all of a sudden wanted her to eat paper then fucks her while she's being electrified to death she would be all over that.
Not that he would, but still.
I would have shat myself way earlier than Koichi
>you will never caress and duck Mariah's almost jellylike body after she's crushed
It would feel amazing, using her as a sex doll while she gargles.
It would also be good after they put her in a cask, since you can finally get a good trip on her.
I'd take David over fucking Toei any day of the week.
DIO's World looked bad, but if Toei was at the helm it wouldn't be an isolated case.
Which of Dio's minions survived part 3?
There's clear deaths like J. Geil, Enya, N'Doul, Pet Shop and Vanilla, and clear survivals like Mannish Boy, Oingo Boingo and Hol Horse, but what do you figure was the fate of the others that just took a beatdown and were pushed off screen?
If Toei would work at JoJo, then Stardust would have over 100 episodes and pacing would be totally fucked up.
Plus remember how badly censored was Tokyo Ghoul. Some shadows covering injuries provided by DP was nothing compared to it.
For real, are they really so low budget that they can't afford some proper artists? It's kind of sad when the editing, voice acting, music and effects are pretty much perfect.
>Fake Captain Tenille
>All the Anubis wielders
A bunch of the survivors probably got fucked up by DIO's spores, anyhow.
OFFICIAL JOJO GIRL RANKINGS
Daiya, Yasuho, Perla Pucci, Donatella Una
Lisa Lisa, Holly Kujo, Tomoko, Aya Tsuji, Sugar Mountain, Nanase Kishibe
Suzie Q, Hato, Mitsuba, Shinobu, Suzuyu
Jolyne, Anne, Mariah, Holy Kira, Kyo Nijimura, HftF Midler, female Anasui
Erina, Malèna, Mary Joestar, Scarlet, Trish
Rina Higashikata, Miu Miu, Karera, Yukako
Hot Pants, Gwess, Hermes, Miraschon
Enya, Nena, Shizuka
Rubber Soul, Mannish Boy, ZZ (assuming someone eventually unchained him from the rock), MAYBE Steely Dan, Arabia Fats, Midler, Cameo just got Blackfaced, Mariah, Alessi, and Daniel J. D'arby all probably got away with severe injuries but didn't actually die. It seems the crusaders became more merciful as they journeyed.
young erina wasn't too bad
Jobin wants to use the Rokakaka fruit to perform equivalent exchange and gain Johnny Joestar's body while also becoming a Rock Human, thereby preserving his youth (his main goal) and giving him the body of this universe's ultimate stand user. The fusion will fundamentally change his stand power, resulting in the newly formed stand Crimson King. He's using the Higashikata Fruit Company as a front for procuring the fruit with Norisuke's tentative approval pending the fruit's assistance in curing the Higashikata Family Curse. The only flaw in the plan was one rogue sailor: Kira Yoshikage.
Kira's two true loves are his family and himself. The Rokakaka fruit presents an opportunity to demonstrate his own cunning while providing treatment for his (perhaps fatally) ill mother. Kira resolves to steal the fruit somehow when he encounters Josefumi Kujo. Perhaps Kira intended to add Josefumi as an accomplice, or simply threaten and manipulate him into stealing the fruit using his own theft-based stand ability. However, Jobin became aware of Kira's intentions and sent out Rock Human assassins to take care of him. Kira's only option is to resort to a perhaps undesirable option: the Wall Eyes. By sacrificing his own identity as well as Josefumi's, he creates a new identity with the ideal ability to procure the Rokakaka fruit without drawing attention. However, in the form of Karera Sakunami and Damo Tamaki, it seems that Josefumi Kujo's past may complicate things. Oh, and the whole no memory thing.
I don't think Damo is directly connected to Josefumi or anything, he simply served as a simple alternate identity once he disappeared.
Damo's deal is probably imports, running the laundromat as a front to get the Rokaka into Morioh from PNG. Norisuke didn't know anything about the fruit or a possible cure until Josuke started snooping around, so his blessing is impossible. Jobin is working behind his back, and in order to do that the Fruit Company can't be directly involved. This doesn't completely rule out the FC's resources being utilized, but at the very least the organization itself doesn't know about Jobin's actions.
Damo receives the fruit from PNG, trades it to the rock humans in exchange for untraceable capital (expensive clothing), and the rock humans turn that to a profit on the streets.
>He's using the Higashikata Fruit Company as a front for procuring the fruit with Norisuke's tentative approval pending the fruit's assistance in curing the Higashikata Family Curse.
Tsurugi said that Jobin basically runs the company so I doubt he needs to ask his dad anything. And according to Sasame and Karera it's kind of hard not to mistaken Gappy for Kira so you can infer Jobin doesn't know about Josefumi or Kira from his confusion during beetlemania.
In the new universe, Irene is no longer a 'Joestar', hence why she appears to lead a relatively normal and happy life. On the other hand, there are new 'Joestars' i.e. Johnny's descendants. It's still the same universe, and makes sense, considering Pucci's abilities and how - once he kills someone in the original world - they don't appear exactly like their original selves in the new iteration of the universe.
Sorry, boy, but Yasuho>everyone else
Araki even gave an in-built explanation with D4C and multi-dimensional stuff. You could totally use an interdimensional stand to go to Ireneverse but SBRverse is a totally different dimension
>think of your favorite part
>the crew of that part (including the jojo) is replaced with it's minor villains
Which minor villains do you pick, who's role do they replace, and how do they (and the story) change?
Thanks, man. This one is good
>I don't think Damo is directly connected to Josefumi or anything
It seems as though only Yagiyama (out of everyone who's not Kira or Karera) knew about Josefumi and for whatever reason didn't inform his colleagues about him.
Part 5 with the guys Diavolo sent would be crazy. I'd guess Nero would be the main character and the part would go similarly to the original story considering both gangs were part of the same organization, except they'd let Trish get killed at the tower since there's no real "moral" leader.
Donatello Versus is imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit.
There he finds his lost half-brothers Rykiel and Ungalo and teams up with them to break out and take revenge on the two-timing bitch that got him in: Jolyne Kujo.
By working together with the sympathetic guard Viviano Westwood, the convicted cult leader Kenzou and the gang leader Sport Max, they must save a priest who knows about their father from the Speedwagon Foundation and achieve the truth that will fix all of their mistakes and failures in life.
Does anybody have the colored version of pic related?
Transparent would be nice but I'd take whatever.
>Kira drops his hand
>runs and hides since someone's coming while silently cursing having to get a new girl already
>he picks the hand up and decides to take it home with him while ranting that he'll finally have a girl touch him, then mentions it would be great to masturbate with
>Kira starts to heave
Anyone have any Volume 5 fanarts or parodies i can use to help me draw this fanart?
pretty good taste
what about Pucci's death made it your favorite, and what about the Jail House Lock did you dislike so much?
i'm guessing Jobin will turn out to be SBR Esidisi, and use it on himself in some unique way
Think this picture will show up in Part 4?
maybe along with the part 3 photo and a picture of jolyne
Jojo wiki? You don't think? What the hell anon, why are you talking about a part you haven't even read yet?
The tankobon info page said the true nature of its ability is still unknown.
>and a picture of jolyne
It's not even that i'm mad about the idea of Jolyne showing up, because I don't care either way.
I'm just so fucking irritated because I know that when it doesn't happen (for obvious reasons), these threads are just going to descend further into people criticizing David and saying DiU anime sucks despite David doing nothing wrong and them just hyping themselves up for something totally unrealistic
It would be neat to show a picture of Jolyne for a split second, but nothing too much, similar to what they did in SDC with Jotaro reading the marine biology book, the arrow and the morioh town symbol.
They should especially avoid talking about Jolyne too much since part 6 is pretty far away. I hope they don't skip part 5 since it would be a great part to see animated
First time i've heard of Jojo, it was some internet text who said that it was the strange adventures of brothers Jonathan and Joseph Joestar across the world, especially against their sworn enemy, Dio.
Ya know, because JoJo... Jonathan and Joseph... makes some sense... or not
>Yasuho's chucked up mind
Yukako, and I thought Yasuho was fucking Josuke.
Sorry for reposting this over and over but one day it must be done.
I've downloaded the EoH ISO from the link in the pastebin to try nabbing the OST in its greatest quality and I tried following the above guide on how to do so but I'm up to this part below and stuck on it. When I do these steps, the 6th step doesn't produce any new folders or files so I can't proceed. Any ideas why?
>4 - Drag and Drop the [BIRD_BGM.awb] Into the [File to search] blank space > Screenshot : img15.hostingpics.net/pics/221345Sanstitre1.jpg (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed) (embed)
>5 - Wait for [searching string to complete].
>6 - There will be a new folder named [BIRD_BGM_CUT] who contain all the music tracks encrypted in [.hca].
Here's what's most likely the music in its awb format if anyone else wants to download it and try it out:
Let's do this again, but this time post your power whether it's like a wall-eyes mix between stands or some oc one.
>tfw Part 6 animated will never look this good
>Notorious Green Heaven
it's weed. i can get high and also make other people really high. like, you know when you have too many edibles? i can do that, but to my foes
I'll work on this more tomorrow
>Magician's Green Heaven
I think about Speedwagon whenever I can.
>jpg with yotsuba b colors
God dammit anon lemme fix that for you
I thought that stardust crusaders took place in space but knew phantom blood took place in the 1800's so i assumed there would be a huge ass time-skip at some point. Jojo in space would be cool as shit tho.
Did the thread before this one discuss this leak? Who do you think this is?
first for Part 8 final boss
I seem to remember a Jojo character making a speech about 『Sentimentality』, and telling his opponents that because he abandoned sentimentality, he has an advantage. Does anyone know who said that? Or am I just making things up?
That's not how Araki draws noses, lips, or eyebrows.
I think it was Pucci during C-Moon/Made in Heaven.
What is it about Jojo and false memories, though?
I remember seeing an EOH scan with Abbachio being revealed as a playable character, but it turned out to have never actually happened.
>he abandoned sentimentality
Gyro Zepelli's father Gregorio Zepelli