JoJo's Bizarre Adventure - Episode 10

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JoJo of New York (ニューヨークのジョジョ Nyū Yōku no Jōjo)[1] is the tenth episode of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime. It is also the first episode of Battle Tendency. It covers Chapter 45 through Chapter 48 of the manga.

Fifty years later, Jonathan's grandson Joseph enters the scene. Meanwhile, Jonathan's former comrade Robert E. O. Speedwagon discovers a temple in Mexico containing dozens of Stone Masks and a man slumbering inside of a stone pillar.

Summary

It has been 49 years after Jonathan Joestar's death, and a much older looking Speedwagon and Straizo travel to Mexico to investigate a mysterious underground cavern. There they find it filled with similar Stone Masks to the one that was destroyed many years ago, as well a body integrated into a stone column.

Joseph Joestar in New York

Meanwhile in New York, a peculiar tourist gets his wallet stolen by Smokey, a local pickpocket. However, he then saves that same pickpocket from two violent and corrupt policemen by using the Ripple. This man is Joseph Joestar, the grandson of Jonathan Joestar. Joseph has just arrived to the United States with his grandmother Erina, who has been taking care of him since his father and mother died.

Back in Mexico, Speedwagon is betrayed by Straizo. Straizo has come to envy the youth that the Stone Mask had granted Dio and dons one himself, to Speedwagon's horror.

Straizo reveals his fangs as a vampire

JoJo, Erina, and Smokey all go to a restaurant, only for a mafia henchman to insult Smokey. Furious, Joseph takes the time to put back the man in his place. During the scuffle, Joseph amply demonstrates his talent at reading and outsmarting his opponents. However, a mafia acquaintance of Speedwagon's informs them that Speedwagon has been murdered by Straizo. Later that night, JoJo is confronted outside a cafe by Straizo, who had regained his youth as a Vampire. Straizo plans to kill Joseph before he can unlock the full potential of the Ripple, but Joseph quickly pulls out a Tommy-Gun and promptly blasts Straizo through the cafe window, declaring war on Straizo as revenge for Speedwagon.

Appearances

Characters
Santana
(Stone)
Smokey Brown
(1st appearance)
Joseph Joestar
(1st appearance)
New York Police Officers
(1st appearance)
Brass Knuckles Gangster
(1st appearance)
Mafioso
(1st appearance)

Credits

Staff
Script (脚本)
小林 靖子
Storyboard (絵コンテ)
吉田 泰三
Episode Director (演出)
Takahiro Majima [1]
間島 崇寛
Animation Director (作画監督)
横山 謙次
小谷 杏子
Animation Director Cooperation (作画監督協力)
亀井 隆広
Key Animation (原画)
Aya Nishimura
Hideyuki Sugiura
Noriyasu Murata
Toshiyuki Anzai
Megumi Itoi
Kenji Yokoyama
Masaki Takasaka
Miki Takemoto
Yuichi Hirano
Kiyotoshi Aoi
Mayumi Oda
Kyoko Kotani
Dai Imaoka
Yuki Koike
Akihide Muraji
Yasufumi Soejima
西村 彩
杉浦 英之
村田 憲泰
安西 俊之
糸井 恵
横山 謙次
高阪 雅基
竹本 未希
平野 勇一
青井 清年
小田 真弓
小谷 杏子
今岡 大
小池 裕樹
村司 晃英
ソエジマ ヤスフミ
White Line
Cha Myoung Jun
Hwang Sung Won
Cha Myoung Jun
Hwang Sung Won
2nd Key Animation (第二原画)
Shunichi Ishimoto
Manabu Akita
Yuu Kaneshiro
Reiji Mitsusada
Michi Katayama
Kumiko Kawahara
石本 俊一
秋田 学
金城 優
光定 レイジ
片山 美智
河原 久美子
White Line
Kang Sul A
Kwan Hyun Ae
Sim Myung Ju
Kang Sul A
Kwan Hyun Ae
Sim Myung Ju

Sunshine Corp.
FAI Studio
TAP
Big Owl
サンシャインコーポレーション
F.A.I
TAP
ビッグオウル
In-between Animation (動画)
In-Between Animation Inspection
david production
Masato Ujibe
Shuhei Fukuda
宇治部 まさと
福田 周平

White Line
Kim Jong Kyu
Ku Ja Chun
Kim Young Min
Kim Yun Hui
Park Jin Hee
Park Hee Joung
Byun Jin Sun
Sin Jin Eun
Yang Hyo Jung
Lee Hye Kyoung
Jung A Yung
Cha Hyun Ju
Chae Youn Kyung
Kim Jong Kyu
Ku Ja Chun
Kim Young Min
Kim Yun Hui
Park Jin Hee
Park Hee Joung
Byun Jin Sun
Sin Jin Eun
Yang Hyo Jung
Lee Hye Kyoung
Jung A Young
Cha Hyun Ju
Chae Youn Kyung

david production
Sae Akama
Takahiro Okawa
Kirara Kikui
赤間 紗枝
大川 貴大
菊井 きらら

Sunshine Corp.
Hayashi
FAI Studio
Triple A
Big Owl
サンシャインコーポレーション
ハヤシ株式会社
F.A.I
AAA
ビッグオウル
Design Cooperation (デザイン協力)
横山謙次
秋田学
糸井 恵

Music

Episode 10: JoJo of New York
Start End Title OST Description

00:00
01:43
Fields of fright
Battle Tendency (Musik)
49 years later, Speedwagon & Straizo visit a Mexican temple
01:44
02:29
Old Town
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Smokey Brown steals Joseph's wallet
02:29
03:05
Pulse
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Corrupt policemen
03:06
05:14
I'm in control
Battle Tendency (Musik)
Joseph beats the policemen with cola
05:18
06:04
Bolt
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Joseph befriends Smokey
06:09
06:21
Appearance
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Battle Tendency title card
06:22
07:28
Deep curse song
Battle Tendency (Musik)
A man slumbering in a pillar
07:29
08:48
Overdrive
Battle Tendency (Musik)
Hostage situation
09:32
10:01
Quirk
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Straizo's betrayal
10:02
11:37
Skew
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Straizo's dream of immortality
12:29
14:09
Affection
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
A bit of Joseph and Erina's story
14:24
16:30
Bargain
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Joseph' mentalism skill
17:31
18:42
Gambit
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Speedwagon was murdered?
19:01
19:40
Never Be Mine
Battle Tendency (Musik)
Erina's sadness
20:04
21:07
Tense
Battle Tendency (Leicht Verwendbar)
Straizo appears to Joseph
21:35
23:25
Roundabout
Roundabout
Joseph's declaration of war/Ending
23:26
23:42
Oh please...
Battle Tendency (Musik)
Next episode preview

Manga/Anime Differences

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    The scene of Speedwagon revealing a mummified Stone Mask vampire to Straizo was removed from the anime.
  • After Joseph introduced himself to Smokey, the manga shows a single panel where Joseph says he wants to flip up some girl's skirts, which causes Smokey to question his British heritage. This was skipped in the anime.
  • Some lines of dialogue were censored in the TV version but were added back in the Blu-Ray.
    • The police originally calls Smokey a derogatory term for a black person (黒人野郎), but the phrase is replaced with "a pile of garbage" (ゴミクズ野郎) in the TV version, putting less emphasis on Smokey's race.
    • Similarly, Joseph calls the police officer a "yankee" (アメ公) after punching him in the manga, but it's changed to a slang word for "policeman" (ポリ公).
  • Joseph's Coca-Cola bottle was changed to a generic soda.
  • Originally Joseph was reading a Superman comic while Speedwagon's plane was being hijacked. In the anime, the comic was changed to Baoh instead.
  • Minor details are erased from some scenes (ex. a glass of wine being thrown in the back of Smokey's head by the gangster).

In other languages

Language Title Translation
Japan Japanese ニューヨークのジョジョ JoJo of New York
China Chinese 紐約的JOJO JoJo of New York
United States of America English New York's JoJo
Spain Spanish JoJo en Nueva York JoJo in New York
Brazil Portuguese JoJo em Nova Iorque JoJo in New York
France French Jojo de New York Jojo from New York
Germany German JoJo in New York
Flag of the Arab League Arabic جوجو نيويورك JoJo: New York
Italy Italian JoJo di New York JoJo of New York

Commentary

This is the first episode of the Battle Tendency arc. Our approach was globally different from that of Phantom Blood. Notably concerning the colors.

Thanks to the experience from the first part, the team knew which direction to take. Ideas flew, everyone had something to say. It was the perfect state of mind for this Episode 10. It contains many day to day scenes. It was really interesting: the action is in suspension, so to speak; it was the mundane scenes that were the most spirited (laughs).

The plans with the pop colours were one of Yasufumi Soejima's ideas, our visual director. They remind of the aesthetic of the comic-books from this era while keeping the spirit of JoJo, and the drawings get sharper.

The dusk also has a small effect. The sky is blue. It is the color designer Shunichirô Yoshihira, who insisted he tried something with the sky. The results is, frankly, cool.

Episode 10 is also that of the cops or the guy with the brass knuckles. The casting was on top of its game.
Naokatsu Tsuda, Blu-Ray limited edition commentary


Gallery

Trivia

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  • The back cover of the Baoh manga features a legitimate comic ad for Aurora car models. The actor on the ad, Don "Secret Agent 86" Adams, was the star of the hit 1960's series called Get Smart.

References

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