What's the appeal of Jojo's Bizarre Adventures? The writing is juvenile at best.
Part 3 is literally monster/boss of the week format.
At least parts 1 and 2 had some sort of story to them and not, travel from point A to B and fight 50 bosses on each checkpoint.
But that's part of the appeal anon. The awful writing, retarded poses, autistic dialogues and completely asspulls ways they beat every big villain is exactly what makes Jojo fun. You're not supposed to take it seriously, you're supposed to have fun with it
>Part 5 is worse than Part 3
Outside of the main villain, Part 5 is a better Part 3.
The main villain, the protagonist(somehow), the plot progression, and the crew yes I said the crew, are all better in part 3. I will admit that that white album fight was amazing
>JoJo, speaking frankly… before, I didn’t want to kill you with my own hands. We grew up in the same house as childhood friends. Turning you into undead didn’t seem any fun. That’s why I sent those knights to kill you. But it looks like I was being too nice. Seeing you alive makes me realize my inner weakness as an emperor. So now, I will rip you to shreds with no hesitation.
>While I underestimated you before, now I admire you! Your courage! Your spirit! Your power! I revere you, because I realized… JoJo, without you, this Dio would not have gained the power of the sotne mask. But because of you, the world isn’t mine yet. If God exists and is controlling destiny, there’s never been a relationship as calculated as ours. The two of us… are two that make one. Basically.
>I will gain the body of the one man I admire and live gorgeously forever!
Dio was more obsessed with Jonathan than even Speedwagon.
Unique artstyle, interesting characters, interesting battle scenarios, no powercreep, constantly changing locations and time periods, strong meme potential. Pretty much the best shounenshit on the market right now senpai
I've only watched the anime, because I have no idea where to read the manga. But as slow as part 1 of the anime may be, the second and third seasons are some of the best stuff I've ever watched, great animation, action, ridiculous and ludicrous plot, good music and Dio evolves into one of the most hype antagonists I've ever seen. I'm at the end of the anime now, and can understand why it might seem unnappealing at first. But keep on watching, it's definitely worth it.
Dio is the appeal of jojo.
Part 1 was amazing because of Dio.
Part 2 was surprisingly good, when you consider DIo wasn't in it.
Part 3 was utter and complete shit until Dio showed up.
I can't say i look forward to part 4, knowing there will be no wrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrryyyyyyyyyyyyy in it.
I didn't see any POWER OF FRIENDSHIP besides Pucci's bullshit victory in the series, and the only training montages were to be found in Parts 1 and 2 (unless you count the entirety of Part 7 as a training montage).
>Confusing sheer admiration mixed and historical rivalry with obsession
Also, its stated on more than one occasion that the bond they share was destiny's work or some shit. Like it was bound to happen
By that logic, all the games are great as well. I mean, yeah I would say they where anyway but, I'm crap at fighters, so I'll just spend money on them so I can play against bots on the easiest setting.
Dio is literally the worst villian you shiteater.
Kars is sexier
Kira is more interesting
Diavolo is more fun
Gay Priest is more powerful (and gay, and autistic)
Diego is a raptor
Being a Gains Goblin for the one man he admires, living gorgeously forever with a man he practically claims is his better half, is sheer admiration? Dio can't really go "no homo" to that and invalidate that what he said was homoerotic as fuck. He might not have been explicitly gay for Jonathan, but he's at the very least canonically confirmed to prey on both sexes.
Also every time DIO jerked off he's touching Jonathan's dick which is pretty fucking gay.
>Part 3 is literally monster/boss of the week format.
It's all like that from part 3 onwards.
The only good parts are a few select fights, usually against the main antagonist, everything else is mediocre or boring due to shit writing envolving jobbers. E.g Part 4 where a rat almost kills Jotaro.
The only exception to this would be Part 7 where Ringo was the best antagonist despite being minor, and the Valentine fight was shitty (excluding Dio and HP vs Valentine),
No, the Joker is dumb becuase there is no way he should have any minions due to his way of acting.
Light is shit becuase he had a weapon that could kill anyone in different ways, not needing to be near a person, yet still managed to get caught. But as for motive, I liked Light, how his "for the greater good" bullshit, was jsut an excuse to feed his ego. I think it was I dont remember.
You need to stop throwing words around. Dio is a psychopath. Kira you could argue is similar.
Sorry to burst your buble, but powerhungry villains are boring, they have been done to death. Kira was interesting and was just a Japanese Jack the Ripper who blew things up and could go back in time.
Fuck off with that projection, Pucci. Dio was a psychopath since he was a kid, and he became mad with power as an adult. He had zero motivation until Part 6 beyond his generic desire for power, which makes him no better than an average Saturday morning cartoon villain. Kira had serious mental issues and was a psychopath, but his aspirations were small, and he got much more thorough characterization throughout his part than Part 3's DIO, who would have been no better than Diavolo if he did not have his Phantom Blood incarnation to fall back on as a character.
Look at these intellectuals watching Jojo
There is none,
besides the muscular men
Do women like Jolyne exist in 3D?
I'm lowering my standards here, obviously Lucy-tier women only exist in 2D
I got you, kouhai. One 3D girl similar to Jolyne coming right up.
if you watch Jojo waiting to be intellectually challenged and not for the sheer fun and creativity of the characters you will enjoy only half of what the show has to offer. also im not him, I like both dio and kira btw
Part 1-3 are just okay, with Part 2 standing out as something more. JoJo really picks up at Part 4.
The concept of Stands is less lazy than the Ripple, but the execution of Stands was admittedly incredibly lazy in Part 3, which just seemed to be a showcase of what kinds of powers you can expect from Stands more than anything. If Stands were introduced from the start, it's likely that Stardust Crusaders would not have turned out to be such a "Monster of the Week" shitfest.
I like Vampires and I like things being done differently than one might typically expect. JoJo offered me both right from the get-go with its unique form of vampirism. Things only proceeded to escalate from there and when Stands were introduced, it got even more unique.
DIO's just okay, Diego is top tier though.