List of References to JoJo
- See also: List of References in JoJo
This article lists possible references made in popular series and by popular artists to art or concepts defining to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Discussion of the legitimacy of these references can be found here.
References range in nature from tribute to plagiarism. Many are comic, while the "JoJo poses" in particular cross into greater cultural significance, with the greatest examples being those reproduced by a handful of popular Japanese performing artists.
In the first volume of the first chapter of the Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel, the narration references JoJo's Bizarre Adventure when it compared the atmosphere in Kamijou Touma's room after he destroyed Index's clothing as when a Stand user has used its attack on someone.
- In New Testament Volume 5, a mysterious character by the name of Fräulein Kreutune is introduced. The illustrator, Haimura Kiyotaka, comments on how she reminds him of the Pillar Men from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
In the series, there is a restaurant located within Academy City, called Joseph's Coffee and Restaurant, notable for being often frequented by Misaka Mikoto and her friends. The name of the restaurant references the actual restaurant in Japan, Jonathan's Coffee and Restaurant, though in this case, they replaced "Jonathan" with "Joseph".
There is also a petshop featured in School District 7 and is named Horus Pet house, a direct reference to the part 3 antagonist of the same name and his stand. In the manga, the pet shop's logo features two animals, both of which seem to depict Pet Shop and Iggy, though this reference is lost in the anime.
- In chapter 74, a precognitive esper named Shaei is introduced with the ability to use a camera to produce a photo of a future event. He describes an app that people use to find lost objects, using an example of an esper girl destroying a camera with a karate chop, referencing to Joseph Joestar's usage of Hermit Purple's abilities.
Chapter 176 displays various memories of the students hanging out/trying to kill their teacher Korosensei. In one of them, one student painted Korosensei being shot at by another student in the same manner as Tohth predicting Jotaro would be shot at by two bullets.Yusei Matsui, the creator of Assassination Classroom, also joined Araki on a 2013 TV Special where he ate the latter's homemade spaghetti. As an avid fan of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Matsui drew an 8-page report on his experience with Araki and his cooking.
In Chapter 26, Di-Amon uses a technique whereas he shoots rays out of his eyes, possibly referencing Dio Brando's "Space Ripper Stingy Eyes" technique.
In Chapter 64, when Abigail is continuing to attack Dark Schneider, he is seen shouting "オラ" (ORA) repeatedly. Referencing the Stand Cry that is synonymous with Jotaro Kujo's Star Platinum. Hagiwara again apologizes to Araki at the bottom of the panel with "荒木せんせーゴメンっ!" (Sorry, master Araki!).
Additionally, in season 2 episode 3 of the anime adapation, the initial scene of its activation also visually references the glimmering light emitting from the Stone Mask when Dio Brando uses it on himself in Episode 3 of JoJo's anime adaption. Notably, David Production did the anime adapations for both series.
Chieri's Love is 8 Meters Tall (ちえりの恋は8メートル!, Chieri no Koi wa 8 Meter) is a comedy, romance manga by Mitogawa Wataru.Chapter 22: In effort to try and calm himself down while Chieri teases him at the pool, Yumeji begins to count prime numbers to himself, similar to the habit of Enrico Pucci.
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CLAMP have been fans of the JoJo series since before becoming well-known themselves. They have done several JoJo-based dōjinshi, the most notable of which is CLAMP in Wonderland 1994 Summer and features the heroes of Stardust Crusaders. The JoJo character they created in that doujinshi also appears at the end of their first CLAMP in Wonderland video, alongside their own series' characters.
Chapter 7: The chapter opens with Deadpool and company fighting in an empty room. In order to show the reader how they got to that point, Deadpool says he'll rewind time like Ringo's Stand, Mandom. He then proceeds to break the fourth wall by reversing the events of the fight to before it even happened through the Shonen Jump+ page slider.
Chapter 15: After defeating Loki with the help of his clone, Deadpool and himself do a handshake identical to that of Polnareff and Kakyoin during Chapter 181.
Koyoharu Gotouge, the manga artist of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, is a fan of JoJo according to their first editor, Tatsuhiko Katayama. This is confirmed in a twitcasting Q&A session from School of Jump where Gotouge reveals the three series that influenced Demon Slayer were JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Naruto, and Bleach. Particular influences from JoJo include the breathing method being similar to the Ripple, and the motif of the immortal demon Muzan being reminiscent of Dio Brando.
In a specific article on Gotouge, they list JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as the manga they want to re-read the most.
There are several other homages to JoJo throughout the manga.
In Chapter 129, Inosuke charges through a window yelling "WRYYYYYY", which is the battle cry mainly used by Dio Brando but also a few other characters in JoJo.
In Chapter 160, Doma sticks his finger into his skull, just like DIO does after drinking Joseph's blood.
Demons in the series like Muzan are also capable of transferring blood through their fingers as Dio does.
Rohan Kishibe is the featured detective in the 101st volume of Detective Conan's "Detective Picture Book" with a colored illustration and description by Gosho Aoyama.
During these bizarre cases, he calls himself forth to investigate with the help of "Heaven's Door," which has the special ability to read a person's life like a book. In addition, he uses his intellect and tremendous self-confidence to get to the bottom of the mystery. Despite this, he seems more focused on his manga rather than solving the actual case... By the way, according to the author, Hirohiko Araki, Rohan Kishibe is his "ideal vision of a manga artist." If I could use Heaven's Door, I'd like to take a peek inside of Rohan... (laughs)(My recommendation is... "Millionaire Village")
- In Chapter 102, Saiki accidentally posed in a way that is similar to a JoJo pose while saying Jotaro's infamous catchphrase "Yare Yare Daze.."
- In Episode 3 of Season 1 (Short Episode 12), Uryoku Chouno traps Saiki Kusuo into a box to perform a magic trick which later involves flattening him under a road roller as a reference to Jotaro Kujo and DIO's battle.
- In Episode 15 of Season 1 (Short Episode 75), Kaido who was leading the way to a restaurant (and having poor sense of direction) says (while performing a JoJo pose) that they (he, Saiki and Nendou) are being attacked with a new Stand Power.
- In Episode 6 of Season 2 (Short Episode 150), when Teruhashi Kokomi's charms fail to work on Saiko Metori, he declaims his refusal akin to Rohan Kishibe's face during his battle against Highway Star.
- In Episode 22 of Season 2 (Short Episode 229), Kaido and Nendou argue over which Weekly Shonen Jump character is the strongest. Nendo argues that it's either Luckyman or Arale whereas Kaido states that it has to be Giorno because Gold Experience Requiem can nullify any ability.
One of the main characters of Given, Mafuyu Sato will often have a metaphorical Pomeranian appear beside him when depicted a certain way. The end of Chapter 11 includes a short gag-comic of the other main character, Ritsuka Uenoyama, asking Sato if the dog is some type of Stand. Sato also mentions that Ueonyama has a munchkin cat behind him with menacing SFX.In Chapter 21.5, the characters look over several documents outlining meta-data about themselves, such as their stats and backgrounds. One of sections within the dossier contains "Stand Data" which jokingly refers to the metaphorical animals that appear behind them, such as Sato's dog. One of the characters, Ugetsu Murata, reveals his "Stand" to be a giant crow.
In the Golden Kamuy Official Fanbook, when asked which writer influenced him the most, Satoru Noda answered Hirohiko Araki. However, in the same interview, he states that he doesn't intend to include JoJo parodies in Golden Kamuy.
In Chapter 145 of the manga, the main character Saichi Sugimoto rapidly releases a fast barrage of punches followed by after-images of himself. The page itself resembles panels from Chapter 46 and Chapter 69 of Stardust Crusaders, however, Noda notes that this was actually a reference to Fist of the North Star.(絶対殺すマン, Zettai Korosu Man), is likely a reference to Japan's colloquial name for Tusk Act 4.
Chapter 9: After returning Keita Tsuwabuki's hankercheif, Ichiko makes a remark about feeling reinvigorated, comparing the feeling to wearing a new pair of panties on New Year's Day. This line is taken directly from Josuke Higashikata after the Highway Star story arc.
Chapter 21: While Nadeshiko Adenokouji is expressing her jealousy and rage with Ichiko and Ranamaru Rindou, the panel layout, art style, and dialogue is a parody of when Yoshihiro Kira threatens to kill Josuke and Jotaro if they attempt to pursue his son.
Chapter 24: The panel layout and art style from when the random girl attacks Bobby resembles that of Esidisi attacking Caesar after having taken control of Suzi Q's body in Battle Tendency. The random girl also makes a remark after being defeated, claiming that it felt as if she was possessed.
Chapter 40: A "Binbōgami Item" that turns a pumpkin into a horse carriage is a redrawing of one of the chariots used during the battle between Joseph and Wamuu.
Episode 1: While monologuing about her popularity and beauty, Ichiko Sakura imagines herself posing like Kars from the end of Chapter 104.
Episode 6: After returning Keita Tsuwabuki's hankercheif, Ichiko's outfit, hair, and art style change entirely, as she recreates the panel of Josuke feeling reinvigorated after the Highway Star story arc. As per the original panel, she also makes a remark about comparing her refreshed state to wearing a new pair of panties on New Year's Day.
In chapter 47 of Grand Blue, Kouhei Imamura and Iori Kitahara are figuring out how to find the supposed stalker of Shiori Kitahara, Iori asks how they will sniff out the pervert and Kouhei replies that is where he comes in, saying "Birds of a feather flock together, right? Like how St*nd users gravitate toward each other."
The panel also shows a picture of Joseph Joestar with his appearance from Stardust Crusaders with him saying "It's a powerful vision!". This is referencing his quote, "Indeed Jotaro, what you have called an "evil spirit" is but a powerful vision created by your own life energy!", from Chapter 116.Coincidentally, there is a Stand called Grand Blue in the JORGE JOESTAR light novel.
- "Earth's pleasures are the best in the universe!" (8:36) (Stroheim)
- "If it is not exposed, it is not a crime" (9:10) (Jotaro - Ch.236)
- "He's bellissimo cute, isn't he?" (4:40) (Melone - Ch.500)
- "Ora ora ora ora ora ora ora! (11:51)" (Star Platinum)
- "There is one reason for your defeat. One simple reason. It's because... It's because you pissed me off!" (16:03) (Jotaro - Ch.264)
- "Useless!" (16:25) (Dio)
- "What a pain..." (16:37) (Jotaro)
- "Yasaka Mahiro Wants to Live in Peace" (4:56) (Yoshikage Kira Wants to Live Quietly - Volume 37)
- "No, today there's a preview of the new Iron Striver series "The Unbreakable Trapezohedron!" (18:27) (Part 4)
- "I will transcend Nyarlathotep." (19:25) (Dio - Ch.11)
- ""Muda muda muda muda muda muda..." (19:28) (DIO)
- "Mahiro, do you know how many loaves of bread you've eaten up 'til now?" (19:49) (Dio - Ch.25)
- "Defeating you won't be so hard." (14:02) (Rohan - Ch.375)
- You don't have to be so scared that you'll be stabbed with a fork. Relax, Nyarlko." (20:47) (DIO - Ch.252)
W Episode 1:
- "Until you go to the nurse's office, I will not let go of your hand!" (10:14) (Jonathan - Ch.4)
W Episode 5:
- "Exactly" (4:12) (Telence T. D'Arby - Ch.229)
- "How is it? Direct is fast, right?" (8:14) (Prosciutto - Ch.491)
W Episode 6:
W Episode 11:
- "Hinjaku, hinjaku!" (0:44) (Dio - Ch.38)
The early episodes of the 2011 Hunter x Hunter anime adaptation feature an intro that includes a golden mask with a red gem and vampire-like fangs. This mask strongly resembles the Stone Mask with the Red Stone of Aja.
In chapter 382, the character Halkenberg is depicted shooting himself and having his Nen Beast catch the bullet, very similar to how Jotaro Kujo has his Stand Star Platinum catch a bullet he shoots to his head in his introduction.
In chapter 387, the character Tserriednich explains his Nen ability, which is very similar to Diavolo's Stand King Crimson and its Epitaph ability. Both abilities allow the user to see 10 seconds into the future and change their actions according to it while everyone else is unable to perceive their changed actions.
In chapter 389, a character is depicted reading the "Book of Tyson", which is said to use music lyrics to convey messages, very similar to how Araki tends to use music references for his names and story. The final chapter of this book is called "What a Wonderful World", which is the name of the final chapter of Stone Ocean.Giorno Giovanna's Stand Gold Experience.
Chapter 2: The cover illustration depicts Sakurako making the same pose Giorno Giovanna made while declaring his dream of becoming a "Gang-Star", in this case, Sakurako is describing her dream for overwhelming power.
Chapter 8: While reflecting on their first encounter, Toru envisions Sakurako breaking down gender stereotypes as if she was unleashing a barrage of punches while the Katakana for “Ora Ora Ora” surround her.
Chapter 15: One of the last few scenes of the series shows the main cast lined up in a similar fashion to the Joestar Group of Stardust Crusaders when departing Japan to confront DIO.
In Chapter 81 of Jujutsu Kaisen, the character Kokichi Muta faces off against one of the series' villains, Mahito. While equipped with his cursed corpse, Ultimate Mechamaru Mode: Absolute, Kokichi fires off a multi-blast energy technique referred to as Pigeon Viola. In the manga, the SFX "パパウ, パウパウ" (Papau, paupau) can be seen on the page where Muta launches the attack. This famous SFX is borrowed from the scene within JoJo where Will Anthonio Zeppeli launches his ripple cutter at Jack the Ripper.
In the "Jump New World Manga Award" section of Weekly Shonen Jump 2021 Issue No.44, Gege Akutami is asked about his thought process when coming up with abilities. He mentions the character, Kirara Hoshi, in particular and how he tried to create their ability using the complexity you would see from Stone Ocean and beyond in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. However, he believes that it didn't turn out well due to focusing too much on making it different and distinct.Josuke Higashikata and Akira Otoishi, where Akira's Stand, Red Hot Chili Pepper, is defeated in a similar fashion.
Komi Can't Communicate ends with "To Be Communicated" in an arrow, mimicking JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's iconic "To Be Continued".
- Jonathan: "Furueru zo hāto! Moetsukiru hodo hīto! Kisamu zo, ketsueki no bīto!! SUNLIGHT YELLOW OVERDRIVE!" (My heart resonates! Heat enough to burn! My blood's beat is razor-sharp!)
- Ayumu: "Miro yo, ore no hāto! Kizame yo, ore no bīto! Sarani, ore wa bīto! Jōsho, junjō, sore wa yūjō!" (Look at my heart! Engrave my beat! Also, I'm the heat! Invincible and innocent, this is the friendship!)
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In chapter 69, the class goals signboard reads "Remember how many slices of bread you've eaten so far in life", quoting Dio's famous phrase from Chapter 25.
In chapter 111, the main character Bondo Taira poses similarly to Jonathan's Volume 4 pose while the character Gorilla Gachi does Josuke's Volume 36 pose.
Josuke Higashikata from Diamond is Unbreakable. Notably his pompadour hair style and special "Demon Rush" attack, a rapid barrage of fast consecutive punches. In the manga, several "DoDoDo" SFX are visible during Onigawara's "Demon Rush", a SFX commonly seen in JoJo.
In Chapter 5 (episode 3 of the anime adaptation), Centorea Shianus explains that as a centaur, her species is known for being valiant knights who honor loyalty above all. She mentions that her various ancestors also served under similar values with visions of them appearing in the background. At this point, Kimihito Kurusu asks if their images behind her are Stands.Diamond is Unbreakable, Yoshikage Kira. Spefically in how he is serial killer with the notable trait of being a hand fetishist.
Jyushimatsu prepares for his date in episode 9. In one of his outfits he is wearing the Stone Mask. Also in episode 8 While Jyushimatsu holds Iyami, JoJo-style "menacing" SFX for (ゴゴゴ) flows background.Jonathan's pose in episode 25.
- The Isono 8th Junior High Bancho group at some point strike multiple JoJo poses.
- In the 20th episode, the viewer can see Kai Mikawa doing Noriaki Kakyoin's pose when he prepares to fight Tower of Gray.
In episode 4 of Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru Hayato Hayama mimics Giorno's famous "I have a dream!" pose in Hachiman Hikigaya's delusion.Stand users by comparing them to loners. The complete line is "Just like how Stand users are attracted to each other, it looks like loners are also very adept at finding other loners."
In episode 6 of Nisemonogatari, Hitagi performs various poses in succession,one being Wamuu's pose from Battle Tendency Ch-20.
- In episode 2, Stephanie Dola makes a fuss of her emotions towards Sora, and amid frustration, she shouts "WRYYYYYYYY!!" while striking a pose, directly referencing DIO in Part 3.
- In episode 3, Sora says Rohan Kishibe's quote "But I refuse!" (だが断る, Daga kotowaru), and then, he and Shiro pose like Rohan does, refusing Clammy Zell's proposal, similarly to Rohan rejecting Highway Star's proposal.
- In Episode 8, upon seeing the Eastern Federation's ambassador, Izuna Hatsuse, Sora and Shiro shouts King Crimson!!, skipping time and warping themselves to Izuna'side, referencing Diavolo's Stand and his ability, and there, Sora references Cioccolata's petting of Secco after he did a trick with a huge text bubble full of よし.
- In Special Episode 2, Sora imitates the scene where Pucci calms himself by counting prime numbers.
In the SBS (special column where the manga creator, Eiichiro Oda, answers questions from fans) of One Piece volume 74, Oda receives a message from "Yoshikage 0130". 0130 refers to Yoshikage Kira's birthday, January 30.Kira's message to Oda: "Robin's hands are truly gorgeous. Please let me rub them."
In episode 5 of Zoku Owarimonogatari, Yotsugi Ononoki picks up a sign and poses the same way DIO does in Chapter 146 of Part 3.Rohan Kishibe's in-game render from All-Star Battle. Interestingly, Hiroshi Kamiya, the voice actor of Araragi, also voices Rohan in All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heaven.
Pop Team Epic is a manga that chronicles the shenanigans of Popuko and Pipimi. In the twelfth episode of the anime adaptation, both of the characters Popuko and Pipimi shout "Made in Heaven!" in reference to Enrico Pucci's Stand. Moreover, in the male voice acting segment of the episode, Popuko and Pipimi are voiced by Sho Hayami and Jouji Nakata respectively, both of whom had voiced Pucci in previous JoJo media.
Similarly, in the tenth episode, a sound effect to The Hand's erasing ability is briefly heard during Pipimi's cooking show. In the male version, it also features Wataru Takagi, the voice of Okuyasu Nijimura.
In the thirteenth episode which aired on April 1, 2019, two versions of the same special were released. In one segment featuring arcade games, Giorno Giovanna's voice actor, Kensho Ono, voices Pipimi. In a visual similar to the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure SFC game, he does the traditional "MUDA" stand cry.GioGio's Bizarre Adventure uploaded by teso teragoya. One video has a scene where Bruno Bucciarati's hair has the same glitch effect with its texture replaced with his skin color, making him appear bald while the Staff Roll BGM plays.
- In episode 86, on-screen SFX of "ドドドド" is used.
- In Episode 125, Celebrity along with another idol group named Super Celebrity 3 do Josuke's Volume 36 pose, Jotaro's Volume 14 pose, and Joseph's Volume 8 pose
Coincidentally, more then half of the cast on the show also voiced in the anime adaption and various video games of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
- Kenjiro Tsuda, the voice actor for Bruford and Tizziano, voiced Thundercracker.
- Tomokazu Sugita, the voice actor for young Joseph Joestar, voiced Starscream.
- Keiji Fujiwara, the voice actor for Esidisi, voiced Megatron.
- Koji Yusa, the voice actor for Noriaki Kakyoin in All-Star Battle, voiced Jazz.
- Tessho Genda, the voice actor for Impostor Captain Tennille, voiced Kazumi Araiwa.
- Kentaro Ito, the voice actor for N'Doul, voiced Skywarp.
- He also voiced Guido Mista and Pericolo in GioGio's Bizarre Adventure.
- Kensho Ono, the voice actor for Giorno Giovanna, voiced Hot Rod.
- Yuichi Nakamura, the voice actor for Bruno Bucciarati, voiced Sideswipe and Sunstreaker.
- He also voiced Narciso Anasui in All-Star Battle/Eyes of Heaven.
- Kosuke Toriumi, the voice actor for Guido Mista, voiced Red Alert.
- He also voiced Sports Maxx in Eyes of Heaven.
- Jun Fukushima, the voice actor for Formaggio, voiced Wheeljack.
- Tatsuhisa Suzuki, the voice actor for Prosciutto, voiced Lockdown and sang the opening theme for the show.
- He also voiced Ghiaccio in All-Star Battle/Eyes of Heaven.
- Nobuhiko Okamoto, the voice actor for Ghiaccio, voiced Soundwave.
- Tomoaki Maeno, the voice actor for Squalo, voiced Drift.
- Kaito Ishikawa, the voice actor for Sale, voiced Shockwave.
- Akira Ishida, the voice actor for Vinegar Doppio in All-Star Battle/Eyes of Heaven, voiced Ultra Magnus.
- Koki Uchiyama, the voice actor for Ikuro Hashizawa in All-Star Battle, voiced Smokescreen.
- Minatsu says that Stands should not be counted as weapons in the colosseum while striking a JoJo pose with Killer Queen in the background.
The menacing sound effects can be seen in episode 4 of Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san.
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- In the second season Hercule becomes a model for art lessons. Teacher orders her to make an inspiring JoJo pose which he calls 'exploding'.
- In the TD opening Sheryl makes Joseph's face when he cries after Caesar's death.
- In one episode of TD Nero emanates JoJo SFX-like aura.
- From time to time spontaneous JoJo SFX appear and girls make manly faces.
In Chapter 38, a character named Tenryu Kiyomiya has his hand stuck to his hat at all times. It's stated that this is a phenomenon similar to how Jotaro's hat and hair became one object.
In Chapter 103, a character named Rui Fujiki starts acting like Purple Haze after consuming an experimental energy drink.
In Episode 8 of the anime, the female protagonist, Narumi Momose, is talking with Naoya Nifuji, the younger brother of the male gamer protagonist, Hirotaka Nifuji. She notes that unlike Hirotaka, Naoya is similar but not as introverted or interested in video games. Narumi thinks about Hirotaka and it shows him playing a video game and saying he's like Tusk ACT4, or more specifically Tusk's colloquial name, Absolute Murder Man (絶対殺すマン, Zettai Korosu Man).
In Episode 9, Narumi and Hirotaka go on a date at an amusement park. Hirotaka sets up a rule where they have to pay a fine every time they reference anything nerdy, prompting Narumi to complain about the rule while also reenacting Esidisi's crying scene (and then paying a fine for doing so).
In chapter 72, Pierrot shows his hate towards Microwave Bread, and while doing so, He throws a Barrage of Punches at a microwave while screaming his own name like a Stand Cry.
In Chapter 11, they advertise a Drama CD for the series released on May 26, 2010. One of the panels notes that the character Reina is voiced by Ai Matayoshi and shows her shouting lines from Jotaro and DIO.In chapter 45, Manabu comments about Stand users being attracted to each other.
In episode 13, Keita becomes possessed by the dancing seaweed Yo-Kai Wakame-kun, Konbu-san, and Mekabu-chan during a physical education class on dancing. Throughout the day he is seen doing dance poses, Josuke's being one of them.
In episode 87, a yokai named Otonabull appears and possesses people, causing them to act like adults. At some point he meets Manjimutt and tries to become his apprentice. After he accepts, they decide to go on a bizarre adventure.
In a scene in episode 207, the art style of the characters shifts to resemble JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The scenes were drawn by Kohei Ashiya.
In episode 7 of the sequel series Yo-kai Watch Shadowside. The protagonists are reading a story of a man's encounter with a Yo-Kai named Kaosake-Onna, recreated in a goofy art style very similar to that of the stand Tohth.
Takahashi was also a notable contributor to the 25 Years With JoJo anniversary booklet, having drawn a picture of Josuke from JoJolion and Crazy Diamond. Within it, he mentions Part 4 to be favorite part and is looking forward to Part 8 due to the similar setting.
- ↑ https://www.viz.com/blog/posts/mangaka-musings-7-11-2021
- ↑ https://www.viz.com/blog/posts/mangaka-musings-03-28-2021
- ↑ Comic Natalie | 「文豪ストレイドッグス」イケメン文豪の誕生秘話を語る朝霧カフカ、春河35インタビュー
- ↑ Asagiri's Twitter | "JoJo is a story about people with different abilities..."
- ↑ Asagiri's Twitter | "I wrote a tweet about JoJo, and the number of (Twitter) favorites is amazing. Everyone likes JoJo."
- ↑ https://w.atwiki.jp/kimetsunoyaiba/pages/64.html
- ↑ Kimetsu no Yaiba -- Tatsuhiko Katayama Interview
- ↑ 『GANTZ』最終話に、ジョジョ第4部の山岸由花子がいたッ！？
- ↑ Interview with Satoru Noda - Golden Kamuy Official Fanbook: Researcher's Documents, p.200
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8ePcaVmtA8
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_Dz3TRNdbY
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvlfiXMZj7s
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkVqBbag-w8
- ↑ https://youtu.be/zk_YRv_3HX8?t=255
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2I0-0SZuUB4
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6nHxuQwcwo
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKVkyjHwoeU
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgAnnK7bLSQ
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- ↑ https://twitter.com/asikoh009/status/1543550738814889985
- ↑ Duel Art: Kazuki Takahashi Yu-Gi-Oh! Illustrations, Interview with Takahashi
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