JoJo's Bizarre Adventure - Episode 11 (OVA)

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DIO's World: The Warrior of the Void: Vanilla Ice (DIOの世界 -亜空の瘴気ヴァニラ・アイス- DIO no Sekai -Akū no Shōki Vanira Aisu-) is the eleventh episode of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure OVA. It adapts Chapter 227, Chapter 238 through Chapter 243, Chapter 245 through Chapter 246 and finally Chapter 248 through Chapter 250 of the manga.

Summary

Jotaro and his companions finally arrive at DIO's Mansion. Expecting anything, they choose to leave the frightened Iggy behind. The front gate opens by itself, signaling that DIO is aware of their presence. Meanwhile in Japan, Suzi Q is at Holy's bed. The ailing Holy wakes up and expresses her confidence in her family.

Meanwhile, the group is making their way through the mansion. They find DIO's coffin and Avdol notices that Iggy has decided to come fight with them. He decides to burn the coffin with Magician's Red, but suddenly finds himself in the coffin, his stomach pierced. Polnareff rushes to his injured friend's side.

DIO suddenly manifests himself from the shadows. Suddenly a hole appears on the roof and Avdol shoves his friend aside. DIO's favorite minion Vanilla Ice has just annihilated Avdol's body with his unknown Stand. Afterward DIO demonstrates how obedient Ice is and Ice explains how he's killed Avdol. Angered, Polnareff summons Silver Chariot, starting a fight. Vanilla Ice enters his Stand Cream and makes Polnareff fall toward the bottom of the tower, followed by Iggy. Harassed by the invisible Cream, Polnareff disperses water in the air but although he detects Vanilla Ice, he is unable to wound him.

Meanwhile at the top of the tower, DIO toys with Jotaro and makes him unable to even approach him. Laughing, DIO asks Joseph for his blood for it will enable him to synchronize with his Joestar body. Jotaro protests, only to be thrown out of the tower. Joseph realizes that DIO is invincible.

Meanwhile, the battle between Polnareff and Vanilla Ice continues, but Polnareff is wounded and exhausted. Vanilla Ice almost kills him but Iggy intervenes with The Fool, slamming him into a wall. Still, Iggy is killed in Ice's counterattack. Angered by the act, Polnareff makes Silver Chariot cut Vanilla Ice in half and wins, but can only mourn Iggy.

For his part, Joseph is unable to fend off DIO. The sun has almost set, but Kakyoin intervens to save Joseph. He destroys the tower with Hierophant Green, allowing himself and Joseph to drive away. Nonetheless, it is night and DIO is now free to roam the streets of Cairo.

Appearances

Characters
Iggy
(Death)
Suzi Q
(1st appearance)
Dio Brando
(1st full appearance)
Vanilla Ice
(1st appearance) (Death)
Stands

Credits

Staff
Script (脚本)
Hiroyuki Kitakubo[1]
北久保 弘之
Storyboard (絵コンテ)
Tsuneo Tominaga
富永 恒雄
Episode Director (演出)
Masashi Abe
阿部雅司
Animation Director (作画監督)
Yasuhito Kikuchi
菊地 康仁
Character Design (キャラクターデザイン)
羽山 淳一
Key Animation (原画)
Sadami Morikawa
Hiroaki Oogami
Masanori Kiryu
Toshimitsu Kobayashi
Toshihiko Shimada
Takaaki Fukuyo
Toshihiro Kikuchi
Hideo Nomo
Hiroyuki Kanbe
Michio Sato
Mariko Aoki
Kanta Kamei
Yasuhito Kikuchi
森川 定美
大上 浩明
桐生 雅則
小林 利充
嶋田 俊彦
福世 孝明
菊池 聡延
野茂 英雄
神戸 洋行
佐藤 道雄
青木 真理子
亀井 幹太
菊地 康仁
In-between Animation Inspection (動画チェック)
Takanobu Nagaoka
Takushi Yaguchi
Ryoji Enomoto
長岡 孝喜
矢口 卓志
榎本 良二
In-between Animation (動画)
Yuichiro Miyake
Kousei Iwase
Masayuki Kawasaki
Hirotaka Marufuji
Mikio Ogawa
Hideko Hinata
Hitomi Maeda
Motoi Nakamura
Soji Komada
Mayumi Tajiri
Keiji Tani
Kazuki Toi
Mitsuhara Geto
Shinichi Nozaki
Eiji Miyaguchi
Tetsukazu Yamagishi
Masato Ujibe
D.A.S.T.
Tokyo Animation Center
Lee Production
Han Young
Hana Production
三宅 雄一郎
岩瀬 弘征
川崎 政幸
丸藤 広貴
小川 幹雄
日向 秀子
前田 瞳
中村 基
駒田 壮司
田尻 真弓
谷 圭司
戸井 一樹
外戸 光晴
野崎 真一
宮口 英二
山岸 徹一
宇治部 正人
DAST
東京アニメーションセンター
LEE PRODUCTION
HAN YOUNG
HANA PRODUCTION

Music

Episode 11 (OVA): DIO's World: The Warrior of the Void: Vanilla Ice
Start End Title OST Description

00:16
04:16
DIO's Dervish
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Opening
05:13
06:03
Inner Struggle
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
At last, Dio's Mansion/Polnareff wants to kill Dio
08:04
10:46
Holy
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Holy and Suzi Q scene/Ascending Dio's tower
15:36
18:26
The Face of DIO
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Ice decapitates himself/Dio speech
18:27
19:25
Polnareff's Fury
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 3
Polnareff attacks
20:42
23:38
JoJo's Battle
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Ice takes Polnareff's foot/Dio's mysterious power/Dio wants Joseph's blood
23:44
24:10
Holy
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Dio approaches Joseph
24:11
24:46
JoJo's Battle
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Polnareff vs Ice
26:18
27:04
Remembering Iggy
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 3
Iggy saves Polnareff
28:36
29:02
Death Is Blind
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Dio approaches Joseph again
30:03
30:47
Death Is Blind
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 2
Dio revealed
30:49
34:09
DIO's Theme
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Original Soundtrack Vol. 1
Ending

Manga/OVA Differences

  • Unlike the manga, Vanilla Ice is not turned into a vampire.
    • Even though it isn't explained that he wasn't turned into one, you can see fangs when he's killed by Silver Chariot.
  • Kakyoin is not present to go inside the mansion alongside his friends.
  • The OVA omits several fight that happen in the mansion, skipping the story up to Vanilla Ice.
  • When the Crusaders open the coffin, they find Muhammad Avdol instead of Nukesaku.
  • DIO appears alongside Vanilla Ice.
    • The scene where DIO makes Vanilla Ice decapitate himself occurs here instead of in DIO's private quarters.
  • Muhammad Avdol's death is different.
  • Iggy loses his lower half to Cream, Vanilla Ice kicks his severed body into a wall finally killing him.
  • Vanilla Ice dies by getting his head sliced in half, instead of being vaporized by the sun.

Gallery

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