List of cultural references and inspirations from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

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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.

Music

Hello! ProjectLink to this section 

The idol groups of Hello! Project, like Angerme, consists of a few JoJo fans. Their girls strike JoJo poses on their blog and sometimes mix JoJo references into their dance choreography.

Kyary Pamyu PamyuLink to this section 

Fashion model and musical artist Kyary Pamyu Pamyu often uses JoJo poses in performances. During an interview she has also mentioned having felt like a Stand user and has named one of her dogs JoJo. In her music video for "PONPONPON", she can be seen doing several different poses referencing different anime throughout the video with the last featuring aforementioned pose.

RADIO FISHLink to this section 
J-pop group, RADIO FISH, featuring Atsuhiko Nakata and Shingo Fujimori of comedy duo Oriental Radio, performed their songs "PERFECT HUMAN" and "ULTRA TIGER" at the Halloween Music Festival 2016. The crew dressed up as characters from Parts 4-6 of JoJo with Fujimori as Narancia and Nakata as Yoshikage Kira.
Shoko NakagawaLink to this section 

Otaku idol Shoko Nakagawa (a.k.a. Shokotan) is a dedicated fan of the manga series and is known to do JoJo poses during interviews and live performances on stage, including breaking her tailbone when doing a Narancia pose on stage during a concert.[1] She often posts about her love of Jotaro Kujo and once interviewed Araki on a Japanese television show, which resulted in the creation of Love Note.

StarbombLink to this section 
Luigi posing like Giorno
In the animated music video for the song "SMASH!," performed by American comedy supergroup Starbomb and animated by Studio Yotta, Luigi at some point does Dio's infamous "Wryyy" pose. Immediately after he is seen surrounded by Wii Fit Trainer, Rosalina, and Princess Zelda while mimicking Giorno Giovanna's famous "I have a dream!" pose.[2] Joel C, the director of the music video, has confirmed the references were intentional in his blog.[3]
Yuka KashinoLink to this section 

Yuka Kashino (a.k.a. Kashiyuka) from Japanese electropop group Perfume often talks about her love for JoJo in the media and has struck JoJo pose with other members during photo ops. In addition, the choreography inspired by JoJo poses appear in Perfume’s music video for their 2010 single "Natural ni Koishite".

Anime/Manga

Ai Mai MiLink to this section 
Summoning a Stand
In episode 4, while Mai is wondering if Mi had courage she suddenly summons a Stand-like figure engraved with the kanji for "courage" (度胸 dokyō) that looks much like Magician's Red.
Air GearLink to this section 
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When Itsuki Minami gropes a naked Simca, Ringo Noyamano is so furious that a monstrous Star Platinum-shaped shadow appears behind her and Ikki replies "Star Platinum!!?". At one point Ikki even uses one of Jonathan's ability, the "Zoom Punch" from Part 1.
Aoharu X KikanjuuLink to this section 
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Hotaru Tachibana can be seen doing a JoJo-inspired pose and having her toy-gun depicted in the manner of a Stand behind her in episode 4.
Assassination ClassroomLink to this section 
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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.
Baka and TestLink to this section 

Several scenes pay homage to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. In one scene, Akihisa Yoshii is seen trying Mizuki Himeji's bento box, only to be dragged into the darkness by a bunch of hands. There is also a scene in episode 7 where an annoying man with Josuke Higashikata's hair and his girlfriend try to get married at the Kisaragi Grand Park. The scene features JoJo-inspired like frames and the character even does several poses from Jonathan Joestar, Jotaro Kujo, and Killer Queen.

Binbō-gami ga!Link to this section 

As a comedy, it has several brief and subtle references. In episode 1, Ichiko Sakura has a monologue about her popularity and beauty, while imagining herself posing like Kars. In episode 6, there is a scene of Ichiko looking like Josuke after returning Keita Tsuwabuki his handkerchief. For the same scene, in chapter 9 of the manga, we only find a quote from Josuke's Speech about "wearing new underwear on New Year's Day". In chapter 21 of the manga, Nadeshiko Adenokouji expresses her jealousy and rage with Ichiko and Ranamaru Rindou, resembling the scene when Josuke and Jotaro are being attacked by Yoshihiro in Kira's house in Diamond is Unbreakable. In Chapter 32, the scene of a random girl attacking Bobby resembles the scene of Esidisi attacking Caesar after having taken control of Suzi Q's body, in Battle Tendency. In chapter 40, a Binbōgami Item turns a pumpkin into a horse carriage that resembles one of the chariots used during the chariot race between Joseph and Wamuu, also in Part 2.

Bobobo-bo Bo-boboLink to this section 
In Shinsetsu Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo chapter 23 pg 2, Gaoh is wearing a stone mask during a fight.
Busō RenkinLink to this section 

In chapter 8 (episode 4), Kazuki Muto draws a picture of missing school student Koushaku Chono to show to other classmates. This picture is humorously drawn in the artsyle of Hirohiko Araki, much to everyone's surprise. Later on chapter 48 (episode 15), the Warrior Chief Captain Bravo quotes Avdol's line of "YES I AM!" upon being recognized by the other characters on the beach. In chapter 49 (episode 16), he also mimics Polnareff's "Bravo, oh bravo!" pose (while riding a surfboard).

Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS CrisisLink to this section 
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Episode 16 of Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS Crisis has the characters imitate the poses of characters from JoJo. Kumi Okazaki is doing Josuke's pose, Luna Yumizuki does Jotaro's, Tokoha Anjou does Jonathan's, and Am Chouno does Rohan's.
CLAMPLink to this section 
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.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no YaibaLink to this section 

Koyoharu Gotouge, the manga artist of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, is a fan of JoJo according to their first editor, Tatsuhiko Katayama. The series was particularly influenced by JoJo, such as the breathing method being similar to the Ripple, and the motif of the immortal demon Muzan being reminiscent of Dio Brando.[4]

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, like Dio does.

Denki-gai no Honya-sanLink to this section 

In the first episode, Director asks Umio what happened between he and Hiotan. Umio says "nothing" and then Director comes closer to Umio and licks his ear, saying that he has the "taste of a liar". This is a reference to the Giorno and Bruno's "taste of a liar" scene from Vento Aureo. In Episode 2, Director and Umio makes JoJo poses (Director as Jonathan, Umio as Joseph). In Episode 7, Director makes a JoJo reference.

EtotamaLink to this section 
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In episode 5 of Etotama, smoke covers the room due to the main character being sick with a unique virus. The smoke clears up and reveals the characters doing poses, a couple of which are from JoJo.
Excel SagaLink to this section 
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Ropponmatsu2 is an android who appears in various episodes. In episode 16, it is found by Excel in a delivery box and shows the Joestar Birthmark.
Fairy TailLink to this section 
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Lamy, an enemy character from the dark guild Tartaros in Fairy Tail, is seen doing a JoJo pose in Part 5-Part 6 era art style in episode 238 and in the 20th opening.
Gate: Jieitai Kano Chi nite, Kaku TatakaeriLink to this section 
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In chapter 22, Rory Mercury goes on a rampage against foreign special forces during the Hakone Incident. The Japanese Minister of Defense, an avid of fan of anime, asks if she had "put on the stone mask and feeds on blood". This was omitted from the anime adaptation.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIGLink to this section 

One of the Tachikomatic Days sketches during Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG shows that after getting outfitted with a new "Agent" equipment one of the Tachikoma gets an Araki-style appearance and an ability to summon a Stand-like Agent that has the ability to stop time, "Reset The World".

GintamaLink to this section 

One of the arcs has the protagonists entering a haunted inn that services spiritual beings called "stands" (which are actually just ghosts), so that they may attain the happiness necessary for them to reach the afterlife. The "stands" may possess the "stand user" to grant him special abilities, which parody the conventional Stand naming derived from musical themes. The anime equivalent of the arc has Gintoki Sakata defining a "stand" while Star Platinum appears as an example, donning Gintoki's trademark attire, and includes a reference to Araki Hirohiko as a "backwards-aging fairy". The main antagonist of the arc, Oiwa, also uses Star Platinum's battle cry "ORAORAORA".

GJ ClubLink to this section 

In episode 2 of GJ Club, Kyōya Shinomiya is reading Volume 14 of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga. In episode 7, he turns into ORE-MAN and does several poses, a couple taken from JoJo.

GokujoLink to this section 

In both the anime and manga, the main character, Aya Akabane, is often seen doing JoJo-like poses when discussing things relating to beauty.

Gugure Kokkuri-sanLink to this section 

In episode 6, Inugami puts Kohina Ichimatsu's head in the mouth of a big spirit to change her face. Inugami is beaten by Kokkuri-san for his actions and Kohina does Risotto Nero's pose over Inugami's body.

Hacka Doll the AnimationLink to this section 
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In episode 5, Hacka Doll v.4 finds a guy on the streets reading a car magazine and tries to gift him a car. She briefly recreates DIO's Road Roller attack before throwing the car at him.[5]
Haiyore! Nyaruko-sanLink to this section 

As a gag-series, it features one of the highest amounts of references to JoJo.

Episode 1:

  • "Earth's pleasures are the best in the universe!" (8:36) (Stroheim)
  • "If it is not exposed, it is not a crime"[6] (9:10) (Jotaro - Ch.236)
Episode 2:
  • "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)
Episode 3:
  • "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)
Episode 4:
  • "Defeating you won't be so hard." (14:02) (Rohan - Ch.375)
Episode 9:
  • 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: W Episode 6:
  • "Ari ari ari arrivederci!"[7] (21:56) (Bruno - Ch.449)
W Episode 11:
  • "Hinjaku, hinjaku!" (0:44) (Dio - Ch.38)

Hard-Boiled Cop and DolphinLink to this section 
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In chapter 6, little kids show off a turtle that they caught which they named Polnareff.
Hayate the Combat ButlerLink to this section 

In one episode Klaus Seishirou parodies the famous scene of Dio turned into a vampire by the Stone Mask, with the same SFX that arises on the screen. Yukiji Katsura also mimics the technique "Sunlight Yellow Overdrive", exclaiming "Violet Overdrive" as her battle cry while attacking him.[8]

Hanebado!Link to this section 
In episode 9, when Connie Christensen calls the others to attention in the school tennis court from the second floor, main character Ayano Hanesaki, standing below Connie, signs to her that she "can see her panties" using the same unconventional signs ("pan-tsu-maru-mie") Polnareff makes during the High Priestess attack.[9]
HellsingLink to this section 

In an omake of the manga, one character states that "volume 6" can be read as "ro-kan" while another says that it sounds like "Kishibe Rohan". A picture of Rohan in the Hellsing-omake style is present as well. In an omake for the second volume of Drifters Kouta Hirano describes Hirohiko Araki as "an ex-Shinsengumi vice-commander mangaka who can stop time, is a magic boy and a BT, screams "Baru-baru-baru-baru!", has four testicles in the alternate universe and is under execution, under jailbreak".

Hozuki no ReitetsuLink to this section 
At the end of episode 9, during the next episode preview, Hoozuki is heard using the battle cry "Ora Ora" (very distinctly an impersonation of OVA Star Platinum) while he punches Enma Daio; this is followed by a reference to Fist of the North Star.
Hungry MarieLink to this section 
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In chapter 10 of Hungry Marie, Taiga (appearing as Marie) repeatedly says "Nope" ("Muri", which is basically "Muda"). Anna tells him to settle down because he's starting to look like a JoJo's character.
HyakkoLink to this section 
Johnny cosplay in the background
In chapter 43, a person cosplaying Johnny can be seen in the background.
Hyperdimension NeptuniaLink to this section 
Lastation no Security wa Sekai Ichi!
In episode 6, Neptune makes fun of Noire who was convinced that her security system is unbreakable. She does it by paraphrasing Stroheim's famous quote accompanied with on-screen SFX.[10]
I Can't Understand What My Husband is SayingLink to this section 
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Episode 2 of Second Thread features the iconic "To Be Continued" arrow before the ending theme plays.
Inari, Konkon, Koi IrohaLink to this section 
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In episode 6, Toka Fushimi begins to type If I don't rescue Irina from the sinister Deo's clutches seemingly referring to Erina and Dio. Coincidentally, Touka has the same voice actor as Robert E. O. Speedwagon (Yōji Ueda) in the Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency anime adaptation.
Inō-Battle wa Nichijō-kei no Naka de?Link to this section 

In Episode 5, Tomoyo Kanzaki recreates an iconic pose of Kakyoin while playing as a "Chuuni" character. In Episode 8, Hajime Kiryū talks about Jurai Andō's group, which he called Virgin Child, imagining them in JoJo poses (Andō poses as Jonathan, Tomoyo as Jotaro, Hatoko as Josuke, Chifuyu as Giorno and Sayumi as Killer Queen).

Inu to Hasami wa TsukaiyouLink to this section 
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Kazuhito Harumi, a high school boy who is obsessed with reading books is killed in the middle of a robbery and resurrected as a dachshund dog. While in his new form, Kazuhito is adopted by a man who owns a pet shop called Iggy (with a symbol of Iggy's face).
Jinrui wa SuitaishimashitaLink to this section 
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Episode 4 shows the character Y doing a JoJo pose, the sound effect can also be seen.[11] Coincidentally, Y's voice actress also voices Jolyne.This section requires expansion.
Kenja no MagoLink to this section 
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In Episode 5 some of the male side characters are doing some of the more well known JoJo poses.
Kill la KillLink to this section 
Ryuko's "secret technique": Running away!
In Chapter 1 (manga), upon realizing that she can't defeat the Boxing Team Captain, Takaharu Fukuroda, Ryūko Matoi uses her "trump card", which is "Running Away!", surprising all present characters. She even runs in the same manner as Joseph Joestar when he runs away from Straizo and Kars.
Komi Can't CommunicateLink to this section 
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Chapter 257 of Komi Can't Communicate ends with "To Be Communicated" in an arrow, mimicking JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's iconic "To Be Continued".
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? of the DeadLink to this section 

In episode 3 of this anime Ayumu Aikawa performs a dance to the hip-hop-like music. The lyrics of this song are a clear reference to Jonathan's most famous attack.[12]

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  • 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!)
The last words are a reference to Bruford's conversion from a zombie via the Sunlight Yellow Overdrive barrage. Ayumu ends the dance with Dio's pose.
Lucky ☆ StarLink to this section 
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The show has several JoJo references. One in particular appears when Hiyori Tamura trips and falls to the ground in a dramatic manner. Her art style changes to that of JoJo and the similar SFX appear around her as well.
Macademi Wasshoi!Link to this section 

In episode 4, in order to fight Baltia's black giant, Eitaro Sakuma exclaims that he will fight her, meanwhile he makes a pose similar to Risotto Nero; and orders to his assistant Eineus to "launch the thing (a giant robot sized Eineus)!", making Joestar's trademark facehand pose.

Maji de Otaku na English! Ribbon-chan: Eigo de Tatakau Mahou Shoujo - The TVLink to this section 

In episode 7, all the main characters are gathered in a park "ready to defeat" the main antagonist. There, the main antagonist, Valko, is admitting her defeat but suddenly random side characters pop up. Valko reacts to this like it was ripped straight out of some kind of battleshounen series, with her hand striking a JoJo-esque pose, her hair resembling weirdly Polnareff from Stardust Crusaders and background effects showing and trembling.

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Maria HolicLink to this section 

Episode 8 of the series shows JoJo-styled SFX, coupled with a "To be continued" sign.

Mayoi Neko Overrun!Link to this section 

During a game of Jenga, Chise Umenomori summons a Stand similar to Star Platinum to help her pull a brick out. There is another scene that is in the manga only, where the Stray Cat's Club is at the beach, and they appear to be making a sand sculpture of Iggy's stand, The Fool.

Meganebu!Link to this section 

Towards the end of episode 2, Yukiya Minabe finishes his pair of glasses and begins executing both Joseph and Jotaro's poses. In the episode 6, all the Meganebu's members perform famous poses on a train, like a challenge or game.

Mob Psycho 100Link to this section 

One character, Tenga Onigawara, is a reference to Josuke Higashikata from Diamond is Unbreakable, as he has a similar pompadour hairstyle and a special attack where he rapidly punches, not unlike Crazy Diamond's Stand rush. At one point in the manga, the end of chapter illustrations show traits of the Body Improvement Club as a parody of Stand stats. Lastly, in one episode of the anime, Ritsu Kageyama strikes the same pose as Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli while trying to activate his psychic powers.

Monster Musume no Iru NichijouLink to this section 
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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.[13]
MurcielagoLink to this section 
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This manga has a small cameo of a Stone Mask in a panel from it's Chapter 12.
My Bride is a MermaidLink to this section 

Being a comedy show, Seto no Hanayome features some JoJo references in a parody fashion.[14]

  • 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.
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFULink to this section 
Hayama Hayato mimicking Giorno's pose

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.

Hikigaya's reference to Stand user
In episode 7, Hachiman is referencing 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."
Negima!Link to this section 
During a fight in the school tournament, Negi Springfield's enemy summons a sort of huge puppet. One of the tournament blog comments says "It's a Stand!", making a pun due to the huge resemblance to ordinary evocation mode of Stands.[citation needed]
No Game No LifeLink to this section 
  • 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.
No-rin!Link to this section 

In episode 3, Kamatori Kei wears a ridiculous swimsuit causing some characters to react much like Dio's friends when witnessing Dio kiss Erina. In the same episode, a scene change occurs referencing a scene from Steel Ball Run. In Episode 5, when Kaoru (Rose) Hanazono finds Ringo, he cites Noriaki Kakyoin's "Saa, oshioki (Rose says oyatsu) no jikanda yo, baby" quote, in English that will be "Now, it's time for punishment (Rose says snacks instead), baby". Also, Kousaku says Jonathan's famous "Furueru zo haato! Moetsukiru hodo hiito!" quote when he almost kisses Kaoru. There's a kiss scene similar to the Dio and Erina kiss between Kousaku and Kaoru where Kaoru says the same quote about Erina (Kousaku)'s first kiss; and Kousaku says the same phrase when Dio was being beaten by Jonathan, imitating Dio's crying scene. Also, Rose cites a couple times the catchphrase of Muhammad Avdol from Part 3 (YES, I AM!), and he loves prime numbers (like Enrico Pucci in Part 6). Kei makes various JoJo poses when he tries to stop Kousaku and Kaoru and when he explains Kaoru's true personality. Kaoru says Melone's Bellissimo and Di Molto! quotes.

Oku-sama ga seito kaichouLink to this section 
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In the second episode, Izumi asks Wakana why she was sleeping in his bed and she explained she went to the bathroom the previous night and got lost. The signs on the bathroom are displayed performing Jotaro and Josuke's poses.
Oniichan dakedo Ai sae Areba Kankeinai yo ne!Link to this section 

In one episode Anastasia mentions her bear losing an arm and appropriately named Mr. Joester. In another episode, the cast is seen recreating iconic JoJo poses with sfx covering the screen.

OreShuraLink to this section 

One of the main characters, Masuzu Natsukawa, often brings up JoJo throughout the show. Natsukawa's "boyfiend" also happens to be a fan of JoJo, and whenever Masuzu's temperament gets too unpredictable, he even has the habit of using JoJo related topics to change the subject and brighten the mood.

Osomatsu-sanLink to this section 
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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.

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Karamatsu also makes Jonathan's pose in episode 25.
OwarimonogatariLink to this section 
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In episode 7, Koyomi Araragi asks Suruga Kanbaru to resemble a samurai armor, in which she responds by suggesting he put it together while she gives instructions. Araragi gives a senpai's respect speech and does Rohan's pose. Interestingly, Araragi and Rohan have the same voice actor, Hiroshi Kamiya (at least in the videogames, not in the anime).
PokemonLink to this section 

In episode 860, Team Rocket's Meowth does Dio's "WRYYY" Pose, Jonathan's Volume 4 pose and Jotaro's Volume 1 pose while mimicking Dio's battle cry, saying "Muda-nya Muda-nya Muda-nya".[15]

PriParaLink to this section 
  • 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
Psycho PassLink to this section 
Shusei Kagari's favorite manga is JoJo's Bizarre Adventure because he wishes he had a special power like Stand or Ripple.
Puni Puni PoemiLink to this section 

In episode 1, Nabeshin fights with Alien#1 who summons Star Platinum making various JoJo references. Nabeshin recognices him as a Stand user.[16] Poemi Watanabe also makes reference to the famous Jonathan's spech.

Rosario + VampireLink to this section 

The series has a number of blatant references to JoJo. One chapter appears to have been inspired by the Tower of Gray arc as the main cast travels to Hong Kong, but is intercepted along the way by an assassin and then survive the plane crash.

Run With The WindLink to this section 

In episode 10, Iwakura makes a reference to the famous JoJo quote "But, I Refuse!". Akane (who is very into manga) instantly recognizes the reference (although Jojo is not directly referenced)

Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nanLink to this section 
  • In 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 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 22 of Season 2, 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.
Sakigake!! OtokojukuLink to this section 

Heihachi Edajima, the headmaster of Otokojuku, is shown reading the manga.

Sayonara, Zetsubou-SenseiLink to this section 

In Episode 4 of Zoku Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei, the characters find some "ultimate weapon" buried beneath them, which turns out to be an Ultraman stone mask. Throughout the series one of the characters, Usui, is constantly trying to get attention due to being unnoticeable. In one episode where everyone's character is the opposite of what it normally is, he is very noticeable and appears in the JoJo art style while imitating familiar poses.

Sei So Tsui Dan ShaLink to this section 
At one point in this H manga, the mother does Avdol's "YES I AM" pose, when Polnareff realizes he is actually alive.
Seitokai no IchizonLink to this section 

Sugisaki Ken, the main character, claims that all boys have a Stand called Illusion which enables them to fantasize about girls even when blindfolded. After that he makes one of Joseph's poses.

  • Minatsu says that Stands should not be counted as weapons in the colosseum while striking a JoJo pose with Killer Queen in the background.
SenyuuLink to this section 

In one of the episodes a character named Samejima is portrayed in Araki style doing Joseph's pose accompanied by the SFX. Samejima and Joseph are also voiced by the same VA, Sugita Tomokazu. Another character, Februar, is shown in Araki style as well.

Shikabane hime (Corpse Princess)Link to this section 
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In the ending credits, some of the characters recreate some fairly blatant JoJo poses, including Jonathan, Joseph, and Johnny's.
Shokugeki no SomaLink to this section 

In Chapter 71, during Megumi & Kurokiba food battle, they invoke their imaginary Stand's and enter a blazing fist battle. The character design of Megumi is similar to Spice Girl, while Kurokiba's Stand has a skin pattern similar to King Crimson.

Shomin SampleLink to this section 
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Aika Tenkuubashi, a high class girl in a private school discovers manga for the first time and comes to the assumption that all kids in normal schools have super powers. In the anime, she imagines showing off her avatar to everyone in a obvious JoJo-esque fashion. During the same scene in the manga, she "stops time" whilst doing a pose and shouting Platina Star.
Show By Rock!!Link to this section 
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In Episode 4, Cyan is seen to be doing a famous JoJo pose.
Sket DanceLink to this section 
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The student Saotome Mariko summons a "Stand" named Lovely Soul as example of Shojo manga, making it a pun due to JoJo being a Shonen manga.In the episode 71 a student introducing himself as Kuroda Rodin appeared doing the famous Giorno's pose.
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Space DandyLink to this section 
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In the first episode of the second season, Dandy, QT and Meow hop through different alternate universes until they reach the third Dandy, who mentions he is looking for eight people with star-shaped birthmarks.
Stella Jogakuin Koutou-ka C³-buLink to this section 
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One episode features the characters portrayed in JoJo style making various JoJo poses, including that of Josuke, Dio and Johnny.
Tantei Opera Milky HolmesLink to this section 

One episode features characters striking some famous JoJo poses, such as Jonathan's, Joseph's, Jotaro's and Anasui's.

  • 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.
Tekyuu 5Link to this section 
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In the episode 11, Marimo's mom wants to show Tomalin how to make mochi in a traditional way, so she begins to hit the dough with her fists. Her face changes to Araki's style and she shouts a battle cry akin to Crazy Diamond's.

In 6th episode Kotori imagines what would happen if the girls of 765 Pro were to open a tamatebako from Urashima Tarō myth. Her fantasies are shown as JoJo-stylized manga pages.

Toaru Kagaku no RailgunLink to this section 
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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 Joseph Joestar's usage of Hermit Purple's abilities.
Toaru Majutsu no IndexLink to this section 

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.
To Love Ru DarknessLink to this section 

In the 44.5th chapter of the series, Rito Yuuki is seen holding a bag of various bizarre items. The logo on the bag reads: Stardust Store - JOJO HAND, featuring pictures of the Lucky Land Communications logo. In Chapter 53, the character Yami is seen in the library reading a book whose cover features Oingo and Boingo in Tohth's artstyle. Part of Oingo's name can be seen on the spine and a picture of Iggy is shown on the back cover.

Tonari no Kyuuketsuki-sanLink to this section 
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In attempt to scare off Akari so she can be left to her quiet life, Sophie (a vampire) lifts a road roller above her head to show off her strength, in reference to the final fight with Dio Brando and Jotaro Kujo. This is also a reference to Jonathan Joestar's line "I can even lift this rock" and possibly Yoshikage Kira wanting a quiet life.
Triage XLink to this section 
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In the series, there is a character named Yuu Momokino who attends Mochizuki High School along with the Arashi Mikami. She works as a waitress at the Joestar's Caffee & Restaurant, a reference to Jonathan's namesake.
UQ HolderLink to this section 
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In chapter 105, while time is frozen, Touta Konoe mimics The World during the flashback where DIO first tests it's ability. The scene even includes Tōta with his arms inside gears, recreating the interlocking wheels of time image. Two panels later Tōta says "and this is more than just five seconds!" referring to how long time has been frozen.
Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!Link to this section 

In episode 6, Summer! The Beach! I Want to Test My Courage!, Ami and Itsuhito are seen spying on Shinichi and Uzaki, hoping to catch them with each other. Itsuhito makes a remark about how "Next time he'll get them for sure!" with Ami responding that she would bet Kakyoin's soul on his failure. This line is in reference to when Jotaro wages Kakyoin's soul in Chapter 215.

Watashi ga Motete DousundaLink to this section 

In episode 3, main protagonist Kae punches at the camera repeatedly while scream "muri" several times, just like DIO's "muda", and ends by doing Dio's "WRYYY" pose. In the second eyecatch of the episode 8, the Serinuma family are doing several JoJo poses: the protagonist Kae is doing Joseph's pose, her mother Mitsuko is doing Jonathan's pose and her older brother Takuro is doing Josuke's pose

Wotakoi: Love is Hard for OtakuLink to this section 
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Yakitate!! JapanLink to this section 
Pierrot's Stand Cry

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.

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On one of the OMAKE 4-Koma comedy serie of Yakitate! Japan, you can see the mangaka commeting how long his manga has been running and that his Art Style changed so much over the years and that Art Style is none other than Jojo's.
Yandere KanojoLink to this section 
In chapter 45, Manabu comments about Stand Users being attracted to each other.
Yo-kai WatchLink to this section 
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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.

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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.

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In episode 7 of the sequel series Yo-kai Watch Shadowside. The protagonists are reading a story of a mans encounter with a Yo-Kai named Kaosake-Onna, recreated in a goofy art style very similar to that of the stand Tohth.
Yondemasu yo, Azazel-sanLink to this section 
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Volume 7 of the manga features the Stone Mask as one of the exhibits in the Legendary Treasure Museum. In episode 3, Salamander Kiritake was introducing himself with JoJo-styled SFX effects in the background.
Zatch Bell!Link to this section 
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In the extra chapter of volume 25 of Zatch Bell!, a parody of the Tonio chapters was done in 3 pages by Mamodo (Demon) Raiku. In those pages, he reenacts the scene between Tonio and Okuyasu by feeding himself a Mozzarella and Tomato Salad while dressed in their attire.

Video Games

Azur LaneLink to this section 
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Activating auto battles in sorties will show a prompt which features the To Be Continued arrow.

The Battleship variant of IJN Kaga has two skills with icons directly referencing the events in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, as seen here.

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BayonettaLink to this section 
The Little Devils
Of the many Infernal Demons that can be summoned by Bayonetta during a Climax Attack, the Little Devils are an obscure reference to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, more specifically Guido Mista's Sex Pistols. Director Hideki Kamiya has mentioned during a commentary that, much like Sex Pistols, each of the five devils have their own personality, and have a number written on their foreheads, with the #4 (or the #2 in the case of the little devils) missing as it may be considered very unlucky by Zero, the King of the Little Devils.[17]
Bloodstained: Ritual of the NightLink to this section 
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In the Castlevania-inspired indie game, main protagonist Miriam can obtain an equippable accessory named the "Stone Mask", with its description reading "A stone mask once used by a tribal chief during ritual sacrifices."

She can also obtain the "Hyperventilator" which looks like Joseph's training mask from Part 2, with its description "A mask designed to push the wearer to his or her physical limit." The "Voice changer" item is a color swap of the Hyperventilator.

The "Gambler's Ring" item has a description which reads "A ring that bestows both luck and pluck to would-be gamblers."

Late into the game, the player can be challenged by NPC Orlok Dracule, or O.D., to a secret boss fight. Upon his defeat, he gives Miriam a shard with the powerful ability "Standstill" that allows her to stop time. While the spell itself is inspired by the Stopwatch sub-weapon from the Castlevania series, the audiovisual presentation is distinctly different and in clear reference to The World; The visual effect of Standstill's activation resembles The World's time stop from the OVA, while the sound effect replicates that of the time stop from the Stardust Crusaders anime.[18]

Capcom Fighting EvolutionLink to this section 

If Demitri uses his Midnight Bliss attack on Rose, she'll turn into a gondolier with a Venetian mask. This is a reference to Lisa Lisa from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, which was the basis for Rose's design. There's also a rare chance that she'll turn into Enya the Hag.

Castlevania seriesLink to this section 

A Stone Mask can be found in the library in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, which is where Jonathan and Dio studied the properties of the Stone Mask. It appears again in Castlevania: Curse of Darkness, with an appearance much more akin to the one's found in JoJo.

In Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, if the Sacred Fist sub-weapon is used without a Spell Book activated, the protagonist shouts "Ora ora ora!" and unleashes a flurry of extremely fast, blur-like punches (in reference to Star Platinum).

In Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow, a soul called "Guardian Cagnazzo" can be obtained that makes a Cagnazzo demon appear behind the protagonist and punch wildly whilst shouting "Ora ora ora!" also in another reference to Star Platinum.

In Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow, one of the boss characters, Zephyr, utilizes time stopping abilities in conjunction with knives (much like DIO). Zephyr even shouts "Toki wo tomare" (Time has stopped). His fight on top of Cursed Clock Tower is another reference to Stardust Crusaders of the manga.
Cyberbots: Full Metal MadnessLink to this section 
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The character Santana is likely a reference to mostly part 3, but also includes some part 2 elements. Appearance-wise, he strongly resembles Muhammad Avdol, with his official artwork mimicking Avdol's 'YES I AM!' pose. His voice actor is also Kiyoyuki Yanada, who voiced Jotaro in the Capcom fighting game. Aside from this, his name is also possibly a reference to the pillar man, Santana.
I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’ Good Dating SimulatorLink to this section 

Van Van, a side character featured in I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’ Good Dating Simulator, a dating simulator published by KFC, has a design inspired[19] by the style of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The character likely takes direct inspiration from the masculine body proportions of Jonathan Joestar and hairstyle of Josuke Higashikata.

Danganronpa seriesLink to this section 

The Danganronpa series features many references, scattered all across its three main games. In Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc:

  • During his initial introduction, the protagonist, Makoto Naegi, points out that he does not have a Stand.
  • The Japanese delinquent Mondo Oowada is a homage to Josuke Higashikata, sharing Josuke's hairstyle and is easily offended when people make fun of it. He is also the leader of a motorcycle gang named the Crazy Diamonds.
  • The first execution of the game, The 1000 Blows, has Leon Kuwata being hit 1000 times with baseballs, similar to how Jolyne Cujoh defeats Miraschon.
  • The villain of the game, Junko Enoshima, has multiple personalities, with one of them constantly acting as Dio and saying "Muda, Muda, Muda" during her Machinegun Talk Battle, and making the JoJo pose.
  • One of the items the player can gift is called the Meteorite Arrowhead, a blatant reference to the Arrow.

In Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (also known as Super Danganronpa 2):

  • The character Teruteru Hanamura mentioning that people can tell if others are lying by the taste of their sweat.
  • During an argument between the two, Monokuma attacks Monomi with a Heaven's Door parody, and in another occasion attacks her with a flurry of punches while screaming "ORA ORA ORA!!!" and throwing her into a trashcan.
  • Coach Nekomaru seems to be a homage to Jotaro Kujo, with elongated, strong cheekbones (stylized as black, thin lines running from his eyes) and an open, black school uniform adorned with oversized chains.
  • During her first fight against Coach Nekomaru, Akane Owari screams "MUDADADADADA", a mixture of Crazy Diamond's and both The World and Gold Experience's battle cries.
  • While discussing the fictional videogame "Twilight Syndrome's Murder Mystery", Ibuki Mioda states that "TWILIGHT SYNDROME'S SECRET HIDDEN PASSAGEWAYS ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD!!" The sentence, alongside the mannerisms of speech and dialect she adopts for this sentence and this sentence only, are a probable a reference to Rudol von Stroheim and his infamous quote, "GERMAN TECHNOLOGY IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD!"

In Danganronpa 3: Killing Harmony:

  • Tsumugi Shirogane states that "thinking logically in these situations is of no use", and that she has decided to "eventually stop thinking altogether", mentioning Kars' final fate.
  • Gonta Gokuhara states that a thing he heard gentlemen do is "go on adventures to find stone masks".
  • It is revealed that Ryoma Hoshi had a promising career as a tennis player until he singlehandedly killed an entire mafia squad and was sentenced to the death row, only to be freed by the Ultimate Academy, in exchange to become one of its members. This may be a reference to Guido Mista's backstory.
Dark SoulsLink to this section 
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Satake and Miyazaki discussing the armor of thorns

According to the interview between Dark Souls' Director, Hidetaka Miyazaki, and Concept Artist, Daisuke Satake, found in Design Works artbook, the design of the Set of Thorns originated from the concept of the 77 Rings Challenge. In the challenge, combatants must defeat each other and wear the metal rings from each foe, increasing the weight they bear as they continue. The team's original idea was to use this design and try adding spikes to the rings, though it deviated along the way.

Just before the Iron Golem boss, you can summon a white phantom named Black Iron Tarkus, which is likely a reference to Tarkus, as they share many similarities. They are both large powerful warriors who carry unwieldy weapons and thick armor, who both fall off a cliff in a similar fashion.

In Dark Souls II, you can encounter a boss called Executioner's Chariot. During the original network test prior to the games release, this boss instead had the name Silver Chariot, referencing the Stand of the same name from Part 3.

In Dark Souls III, a boss called High Lord Wolnir can be fought in the Catacombs of Carthus. He bears a striking resemblance to Enya Geil's Stand Justice. He is a colossal skeleton wearing a crown, and even uses fog to attack and harm the players.
Dead CellsLink to this section 
The flavor text for the Hayabusa Gauntlets reads "UselessUselessUselessUselessUselessUsel..." in reference to DIO's and Giorno's stand cry. The Hayabusa Gauntlets themselves attack by rapidly barraging the enemy with punches.
Devil BeaterLink to this section 
In the game exists a secret playable character based off of the character Diavolo, specifically his form as The Boss, named "Solido Naso". While slow, he can summon his Stand, Ruler Red, to deal large amounts of damage and knockback.
Devil May CryLink to this section 
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One of the enemies' mask design for The Nobodies is based on the Stone Mask.[20]
Digimon Story: Cyber SleuthLink to this section 

An otaku in Akihabara does the iconic poses of
Jonathan and Josuke.

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Dota 2Link to this section 
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  • The Hero "Faceless Void" does one of DIO's poses while using his ultimate ability "Chronosphere", which stops time. He also has a green heart for a belt buckle.
  • One of the loading screens features the character Phantom Assassin doing Jonathan's pose, not only that, but the previews in the Steam Workshop of the whole set (Bloodroot Guard) features various JoJo poses (Giorno, Jotaro, Caesar and DIO)
Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow over MystaraLink to this section 
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The female Thief's character design and name (Moriah, if selected her default name) was possibly based on Mariah.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DXLink to this section 
A screenshot of the item in-game.
In Mirai Mall, an item named "Roadroller" can be purchased on floor 2. The item is described as "It's yellow and flattens stuff. MUDA MUDA MUDA! WRYYYYY!", clearly referencing the attack DIO uses on Jotaro during the final battle of Stardust Crusaders.
The Henry Stickmin CollectionLink to this section 
The bio card of Ken Janpon

Choosing "Diversion" in the Triple Threat route will play a cutscene where Henry and Ellie manage to distract a room full of Toppat Clan members by dancing. During this, three TC members can be seen doing the Torture Dance performed by Narancia Ghirga, Guido Mista and Pannacotta Fugo from Vento Aureo.

Choosing "Spirit Mode" in the Revenged route will play a cutscene in which Henry and the Right Hand Man battle with Stand-like entities named "Spirits". Henry's Spirit is named "Reference" with the Stand Cry "Failure! Failure! Failure!" a possible reference to DIO's Stand Cry "Useless! Useless! Useless!". The Right Hand Man's Spirit is named "Time in a Bottle", a reference to the Jim Croce song of the same name, and is localized to "Bottled Time" in the subtitles, referencing localization of musical references in JoJo. The cutscene ends as a typical episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure would, with the endcard arrow instead reading "Mission Failed".

In the endcard of the Cleaned 'em Out route, the Stone Mask can be seen on the wall behind Henry as an item that he steals from the Toppat Clan.

The fail message displayed when attempting to bribe Mr. Macbeth in the Little Nest Egg route reads, "Henry really bribes? No dignity." referencing a quote from the "Duwang" translation of Diamond is Unbreakable, where Josuke Higashikata secretly attempts to dissuade Yukako Yamagishi from falling in love with Koichi Hirose.

One of the members of the Toppat Clan, Ken Janpon, is in reference to Ken Oyanagi both are seen with a hole in their cheek and play rock, paper, scissors. In his bio it is also stated that "People feel weaker after losing to him." referencing Ken's stand Boy II Man.
Hyperdimension NeptuniaLink to this section 

In Re;birth1, when the heroes discuss Noire's status as a loner, Neptune says her Stand power tells her Noire has no friends. MAGES.'s victory screen has her pose like Caesar's iconic pose. Rom and Ram have special attacks that open with them posing similar to Caesar. In Megadimension Neptunia VII, Neptune quotes Polnareff's speech from when he was exposed to DIO's The World. In Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls, Neptune references the smoke trick Jotaro used to expose the Impostor Captain Tennille.

Kaiser Knuckle seriesLink to this section 
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One of the boss characters, Azteca, wears a face mask that is very similar to the Stone Mask. Also of note, his character select portrait shows that he has "DIOS" (Spanish for God) tattooed on his arm, which is reminiscent of "DIO", and his pre-fight animation consists of him bursting out of a stone pillar. His pose in the character select screen may be based on Kars' after becoming the Ultimate Life Form.
League of LegendsLink to this section 
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The character spotlight video for Sett makes two references to the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series. When showcasing Sett's ability to rapidly throw several punches, the announcer shouts "Muda muda muda!". At the end of the video, the scene where Dio Brando and Jotaro Kujo dramatically walk toward each other is also recreated.
Mad FatherLink to this section 
Indentical appearances
The character Blond Youth resembles Young Dio in many ways (clothes, haircolor) and the author even cites in his profile: "Called Dio by some" implying a tribute to Dio in some way.
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street FighterLink to this section 
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Omega Red's ending in the crossover game Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter shows him having defeated/killed Ryu, with Ken Masters deeply distressed and exalted questioning him shouting "how many lives have you ended?", to which Omega Red only responds grinning "do you count the number of breaths you've taken?".[21]
Mercenary KingsLink to this section 
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In the game there is a magnum-class pistol listed as "Horse", designed similarly to The Emperor, and complete with the description: "Perfect Pistol for a mercenary on a bizarre adventure."
Monster Hunter 3GLink to this section 
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The game had an event in which you could unlock a hammer based off Crazy Diamond that can heal your allies, and a mask based off Harvest that can be equipped to your Shakalaka and constantly gain money.
Mr. MassagyLink to this section 

For one of the profile picture options, the player character, Johnny, poses in a similar fashion to Jonathan's famous pose.

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja seriesLink to this section 
During Shikamaru Nara's Shadow Imitation Technique Jutsu, characters are forced to perform Jonathan's famous pose with a matching SFX in the background.[22]
NekoParaLink to this section 

After Chocola and Vanilla had lost consciousness by playing with catnip, their Master took them to the bed. After Vanilla woke up she wonders why it's so late and suspects a Stand user attack. After Chocola, Vanilla and Coconut burn their tongues on hot coffee, they suck on ice cubes and make Kakyoin's "Rero rero rero rero~" sound.

Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' RevengeLink to this section 
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The character Donovan Baine has the ability to summon different spirits during his several attacks. The Vampire Series Official Complete Works artbook includes a conceptual sketch, made by Kanameshi and Takenori Kimoto for the game Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge, wich showed Donovan summoning Moody Blues instead (p.110), referencing the Stand-like qualities of some of his summons.

In the same page of said artbook there is also another (but instead earlier) sketch of Donovan where he appears posing very similar to DIO in Part 3.
Ninja GaidenLink to this section 
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In the background of Round 6 in the arcade version of the game, small Stone Masks can be seen as wall decorations, as well as murals of all four Pillar Men.
Persona Q: Shadow of the LabyrinthLink to this section 

An animated cutscene in the game introduces the Persona 4 cast posing as different JoJo characters: Narukami as Jonathan, Yosuke as Dio, Chie as Jotaro, Yukiko as Josuke, Naoto as Giorno and Kanji as Joseph.

Persona 5Link to this section 
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The World is one of the responses to the question "What is the name of the phenomenon where the second hand looks like it stops moving?", asked by one of the teachers in school.
Psychic Force seriesLink to this section 
Richard Wong is a Psychiccer with the power to control time. He naturally compliments this ability by swarming the enemy with summoned daggers (usually after immobilizing them with a large sword) and uses teleportation as a highly evasive maneuver and as a means to swarm the opponent with more attacks.
Resident Evil seriesLink to this section 

Hideki Kamiya admitted that he was inspired to name a character "Joseph Frost" after Joseph Joestar.[23]

The name "JoJo" is also written on a locker in Resident Evil 2.[24]
RosenkreuzstilletteLink to this section 
Sichte demonstrates knife-throwing technique after a time stop.

Sichte Meister is a homage to DIO. Like DIO, Sichte uses knives to attack and has the ability to manipulate time. She also shouts "Toki wo tomare!!" while freezing time and placing knives that zeros-in on the player in Rosenkreuzstilette.

  • In the sequel Rosenkreuzstilette ~Freudenstachel~, she crushes the character with a giant block similar to how DIO dropped a steamroller on Jotaro.
  • Sichte also shares resemblance of Kakyoin Noriaki's signature Emerald Splash attack, referenced by her emerald-shooting. Her stage Rosenkreuzstilette ~Freudenstachel~ is a clock tower, refers to where Kakyoin dies.
School Idol ProjectLink to this section 

In the Love Live rhythm action game, a recruitable character Fumie Nishimura can be seen holding a book (on the level 1 version of her card). The character on the cover of her book seems to closely resemble the younger Joseph with Caesar's triangle-patterned bandana tied around his head. The coloured spheres in the background appear to symbolize the bubbles that Caesar is capable of generating with his ability.

ScreencheatLink to this section 
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One of the messages the player receives after killing an opponent in the game is Sunlight Yellow Overdrive while the defeated player's screen says WRYYYYY.
Senran Kagura seriesLink to this section 

Senran Kagura 2 Deep Crimson, Mirai has an outfit called "Camisole" with 4 different colors to it. 2 colors have the words "Star Platinum" surrounding a star in the middle of the camisole while the other 2 colors have "The World" surrounding a globe.

Shin Megami Tensei: Strange JourneyLink to this section 

The Cursed Sarai is a weapon in the game which is described as "The Sword of Anubis that drives its victims mad". It is likely a reference to Serai, the blacksmith who made the sword Anubis possesses.

There is also an enemy-only ability is called Bites The Dust, which is likely a reference to the ability of the same name. It inflicts the Bomb status on a target and said target will explode and die instantly next time it is attacked.
SkullgirlsLink to this section 
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Two playable characters from Skullgirls, Valentine and Peacock, are a homage to Dio Brando/DIO. Valentine can stop time and throw knives similar to DIO,[25] and Peacock can drop a steamroller on her opponents[26] though it is very rare.

  • Another character, Big Band, which was later added as DLC, shouts in similar fashion to Star Platinum during one of his Blockbuster attacks though, Big Band shouts "Tuba Tuba Tuba" instead.[27]
  • Another DLC character, Eliza, has a color palette inspired by DIO's color scheme. In the patch notes for the release, the developers referenced one of Dio's more familiar quotes.
Steins;GateLink to this section 
Suzuha's reference to The World

The protagonist, Okabe Rintarou, while talking with Suzuha Amane, references The World in an allusion that he sensed the time had stopped.

Future Gadget No. 3
In the visual novel, the group built a device called "Is it, ORAORAORA?!" which is a very basic lie detector; so basic that in reality it can only read people's sweat levels. They also like using Rohan's "I refuse" quote, which eventually outed someone as an otaku.
StellarisLink to this section 
The Higashik-Ata star

A star in the game is named the "Higashik-Ata". This is likely a reference to Josuke and the Higashikata Family.

The event in question
A random event in the game is named Crystalline Entities Are Unbreakable, this is likely a reference to Part 4, Diamond is Unbreakable
Street Fighter seriesLink to this section 

Lead designer of Street Fighter II, Akira Nishitani, stated in a interview with Polygon that the concept of Dhalsim's ability to stretch his limbs comes from the Ripple "Zoom Punch" technique.[28] This is reconfirmed in the comment section of Dhalism's bio in the Street Fighter X Tekken Artworks artbook.

In an interview with producer Noritaka Funamizu, he reveals that Guile's overall appearance was modeled after Jean Pierre Polnareff.[29] Guile's page in Street Fighter X Tekken Artworks goes into detail, explaining that early designs included Polnareff's vertical, yet modest hairstyle, but at the time the sprites were being made for Street Fighter II, the pixel artist jokingly stretched Guile's hair out to the sides. The team found it amusing and decided to give him "the always distinctive Stroheim look" instead. Noritaka also explains that Guile's name was derived from Polnareff's archenemy, J. Geil, though this was apparently the result of a mix up from the development staff at the time.

Rose was inspired by Lisa Lisa, her outfit is almost identical to Lisa Lisa's and both share a similar fighting style that consists of channeling energy into their scarves (Soul Power in the case of Rose and Ripple in the case of Lisa Lisa). Additionally, both characters like to take baths and Rose's stage in Street Fighter Alpha 2 is Venice, which is the same city where Joseph meets Lisa Lisa in the story. Furthermore, in Capcom Fighting Evolution, the Midnight Bliss attack would turn her into either a masked gondolier or Enya the Hag with a tweaked sprite from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future

Juri Han has hair and clothes similar to Jolyne's. In addition, Juri has a spider motif and cleaves a butterfly in her official artwork; Jolyne has a butterfly motif and her Stand turns her body into threads and webs + she has spiderweb-patterned clothes. Juri even has the same "ora ora ora" battle cry as Jolyne.

In Street Fighter V, the DLC character Seth has many moves based on older Capcom fighting games including JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future. His Hecatoncheires move is based on Jotaro and DIO's Blazing Fists, with the EX version of the attack ending with Jotaro's Star Breaker as Seth yells "ora ora ora". Some successful combos can lead to Seth doing DIO's Time Stop pose.

Suikoden seriesLink to this section 
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In the first Suikoden game the emperor Barbarossa Rugner gives a sword named Pluck (mistranslated as "Prakk" in the English version) to one of his generals, Teo McDohl.
Team Fortress 2Link to this section 

Several user-submitted in-game items pay homage to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The "Starboard Crusader" and "Tsar Platinum" cosmetic items are Jotaro Kujo's hat and jacket, while the War Paint "Skull Study" has designs based on Yoshikage Kira.

Tekken seriesLink to this section 

In his interview with EDGE magazine, Katsuhiro Harada, director of the Tekken series, admits that Paul Phoenix's hairstyle and first name are based on Jean Pierre Polnareff's. Masamichi Abe, now at Nintendo but back then a member of the Tekken planning team, was a fan.[30]

Kazuya Mishima's combat gloves, strongly resemble Star Platinum's. In Tekken 3, Jin Kazama has the same combat gloves as both of them, but longer.

Kazuya's Devil form in the original Tekken game bore a strong resemblance to Star Platinum, down to the purple skin, hairstyle, clothing and the aforementioned gloves.

In Tekken 7, Claudio Serafino poses similarly to DIO in one of his moves, and as a customization item labeled as the "Ancient Mask" which is clearly modeled after the Stone Mask.

TerrariaLink to this section 

In Terraria, there is a weapon called "Vampire Knives" which are likely to be a reference to Dio Brando; Specifically, to Shadow Dio's knife throw from the arcade fighter of the same name, whose knives fan out in a manner similar to this weapon.

The game also features an armor set called the "Stardust armor" that allows the player to summon a spiritual guardian when all the pieces are worn. The guardian will float directly behind the player, and the player can order the guardian to move and attack enemies. The animation for the guardian's attack bears a strong resemblance to the infamous beatdown of Steely Dan. The changelog for the Journey's End update also states that "all resemblance to a certain anime is purely coincidental."

The Battle CatsLink to this section 
Deliquent Cat in Action
Within the popular tower-defense mobile game, there is a Super Rare Cat unit referred to as "Delinquent Cat". Unlocked by playing the Cat Capsule; Delinquient Cat's appearance resembles that of a banchō and it's main form of attack involves pointing in a manner akin to Jotaro Kujo and summoning a creature similar to Star Platinum to bombard the enemy with flying fists.
The Binding of Isaac: RebirthLink to this section 

The appearances of the "Pompadour Baby" and the "Crazy Ghost Baby" co-op Babies from the Afterbirth † expansion are directly based on Josuke Higashikata and Crazy Diamond.

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The King of Fighters seriesLink to this section 
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Benimaru Nikaido's appearance was loosely based on Polnareff, right down to his outfit in The King of Fighters '94 and The King of Fighters '95. Even after Benimaru's name was decided, the game developers continued to refer to him as Polnareff.[31] Additionally, his taunt in The King of Fighters XI mirrors Polnareff's stature from the manga.

  • Also from King of Fighters, Rugal Bernstein, the main villain of the first two games, wears an outfit which is clearly a toned-down version of DIO's final Stardust Crusaders get-up, with a black tank top, loose pants, and even belt loops which come down past his hips. Rugal does omit the headband, kneepads, and other elements of DIO's outfit which bore the heart insignia, however, as well as having more ordinary shoes.
  • Leona's "Earring Bomb 2: Heart Attack sees her attaching a bomb to her opponent. Afterwards, she may either wait until it explodes on its own or detonate it with a secondary command, saying 負けて終わり ("Makete owari." ~ "You lose, it's over."), referencing Bites The Dust (transcribed in Japanese as , 負けて死ね, "Makete shine." = "You lose, now die.").
  • Leona Heidern's Grateful Dead is a (Super) Desperation Move during which she drains the opponent of his/her life force while surrounded by wisps of steam or smoke.
  • Mian's Rangurenbu is a (Super) Desperation Move which she performs a series of attacks ending with a fire breath from her Bian Lian mask. While performing such a series of attacks, she utters "Ariariariariariariari", but due to her being Chinese, she doesn't say "Arrivederci" at the end.
  • Shun'eiFW's Demolish Dimension is a Climax Desperation Move where he summons manifestations of his inner fire and ice monsters and punch his opponent repeatedly while uttering "Dorararararararara!"
Touhou ProjectLink to this section 

In the sixth game of the Touhou Project "The Embodiment of Scarlet Devil", the final boss Remilia Scarlet quotes Dio's famous bread phrase in Marisa's Scenario.

In the eleventh game Subterranean Animism, Yuugi, an oni, fights Marisa "without spilling a drop of sake" (stated by Patchouli).

Two of Kaguya Houraisan's Spellcards have references to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, the first one being Divine Treasure "Salamander Shield", which has in its comments a blatant reference to Esidisi. And the other one being New Impossible Request "Red Stone of Aja" referencing the valious stone in Battle Tendency, the Red Stone of Aja.

Sakuya Izayoi is a maid who is the servant of the vampires Remilia and Flandre Scarlet. It's generally assumed that she's a tribute to DIO, as she employs the same style of combat (stopping time and using throwing knives) and even has attacks named after DIO's Stand power: Illusion World "The World" and Sakuya's World. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has been referenced several times in the official games.

In Double Dealing Character, one of Sakuya's Spell Cards erases the time (respectively the present and future) of the surrounding bullets and thus erases the bullets. This might be a reference to Diavolo's Stand and implies that Sakuya might not be only a reference to Dio. In the seventh game Perfect Cherry Blossom, once Marisa defeats Ran (a shikigami), she asks her if she is a Long-distance Type, because her master is far away and she is quite strong. This is a clearly reference to the Stand Types in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

In Symposium of Post-mysticism, an official Touhou Fanbook, Toyosatomimi no Miko says that Koishi Komeiji "stopped thinking", using the phrasing of the famous line After a while, he stopped thinking (そのうち、考えるのをやめた。 Sono Uchi Kangaeru no wo Yameta) referencing Kars.

Travis Strikes Again:No More HeroesLink to this section 

During the fight with Mr. Doppelganger. On his second and Third Phases. He strikes various JoJo poses as you are try to find the real Mr. Doppelganger.

UndertaleLink to this section 

The Mad Dummy's repeated shout of "Futile" is similar to DIO's "Muda" which translates to "Futile/Useless". The Mad Dummy also throws a knife which is a part of DIO's arsenal.

Mettaton's dancing resembles JoJo poses and he has heart-shaped bracelets which are similar to DIO's. Also, his concept art might be a Shadow Dio's pose reference.
World Heroes seriesLink to this section 
Neo Dio as depicted in Neo Geo Battle Coliseum
Dio/Neo Dio is based on Dio Brando and Araki's earlier work Baoh: The Visitor. Neo Dio's visual design is based on the protagonist of the manga, Baoh, while the dialogue in World Heroes Perfect is a reference to Dio Brando, such as the famous "Muda Muda!" and "Wryyy!" (in Neo Geo Battle Coliseum, his dialogue is more like Santana's). Dio's dialogue from World Heroes is also a reference to Dio Brando's lines. He also takes inspiration from Kars as he can form blades from his arms in certain moves, as well as how said moves are named "Sonic Saber" and "Grand Saber" reminiscent of Kars' "Bright Saber" title.
World of Warcraft 
One of the achievements in the Antorus, The Burning Throne raid in World of Warcraft is called Stardust Crusaders.
Yakuza seriesLink to this section 
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In Yakuza 0, one of Goro Majima's boss fights is against a character named Jo Amon. After defeating him, Majima remarks what that "Jo" guy's problem was and how overall the experience was a "bizarre adventure".
Yandere SimulatorLink to this section 

In a December 2016 build of the game, an easter egg known as "Bad Romance Mode" was added. This mode activates after collecting 8 stationary objects scattered throughout the school and pressing Ctrl on the rooftop. Upon activation, Yandere-chan gains the stand "Bad Romance" (likely a reference to the 2009 hit: "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga) while an original song plays in the background, having a similar sound to the intro of BLOODY STREAM.

While the stand is activated, Yandere-chan also gains a new idle animation where she strikes Jonathan Joestar's signature pose from Volume 4. When the stand goes in to attack, Yandere-chan poses similarly to Jotaro.

Other

Arby's RestaurantLink to this section 
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The American Fast food Restaurant Arby's have social numerous media platforms where they create Cardboard art or use sauce packets to creatively design characters from Video Games or Manga as social media marketing advertisements, some JoJo characters have had this happen to them such as: Dio Brando,[32] Gyro Zeppeli,[33] Bread with lighter from the Black Sabbath arc,[34] Johnny Joestar,[35] Daniel J. D'arby[36](from an AMA) & Will A. Zeppeli[37]

Archie's Sonic the HedgehogLink to this section 
An Off-Panel from issue #270
The 270th issue of the Archie's Sonic the Hedgehog comic book series, features an Off Panel comic strip in the back of the issue portraying Sonic and Knuckles as Kenshiro of Fist of the North Star and Jotaro respectively. The theme of the strip refers to the manliest of anime and concludes with Knuckles and Sonic engaging while shouting "OraOraOra" and "MudaMudaMuda".
Ballmastrz: 9009Link to this section 
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The ninth episode of the first season of Adult Swim's Ballmastrz: 9009 has one of the rivaling teams members striking one of Jonathan Joestar's iconic poses.

In the 8th episode of the second season, one of the team members has a hairstyle closely resembling Josuke's from Diamond is Unbreakable. There are also characters resembling Bruno Bucciarati and Giorno Giovanna from Golden Wind.

In the same episode, one of the teams does a dance mimicking the torture dance shown in Golden Wind Episode 7.
Castlevania (TV series)Link to this section 
Tunis shopkeeper's mask
In Season 3, Episode 2, The Reparation of My Heart, a shopkeeper in Tunis specializing in mystical objects Isaac speaks to can be seen cleaning or polishing a mask that looks similar to the Stone Mask. Notably, the mask is green with red and gold decor and lacks fangs.
American comic book Diesel was conceived as an Americanized version of episode 8 of the 1990s/2000s Stardust Crusaders OVA.
Gaia OnlineLink to this section 

Several items in Gaia Online reference JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

HeroesLink to this section 
In the NBC drama Heroes, the character Hiro Nakamura is a fan of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. In his blog, he states that he wants to "be like JoJo and Vaan and go on adventures" and that Part 3 is his favorite, especially the fights against the D'Arby brothers. One of his powers includes time manipulation, a gift shared with both Jotaro and DIO. In his blog he also mentions Joseph, Suzi Q and Boingo, whom he compares with Isaac Mendez. Isaac was an artist and comic book author whose works predicted the future just like Boingo's Thoth. Hiro later manages to stop time for more than 5 seconds and says that "JoJo was wrong" and posts on his blog under the pseudonym Jotaro Kujo. In the episode "Lizards", Hiro uses DIO & The World's battle cry "Muda Muda" during the Battle of Twelve Swords. He uses it again to taunt Daphne Millbrook while using his time manipulation ability to escape after taking her medal.
Live with Yourself!Link to this section 
Babs stand
In the Ep.29 of online webtoon Live with Yourself! by Shen, Tomo discovers Babs can pull objects into his timeline by observing them which results to said objects into aging rapidly, such as growing a tree from a seed. And when Todd came back, Tomo strikes this pose with Babs as a Stand.
Mao Asada & Usain BoltLink to this section 
Real-life figures striking poses vastly similar to those featured in the series
As noted by JoJo's Posing School, figure skater Mao Asada and real-life runner Usain Bolt may have influenced or have been influenced by poses featured in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.[38]
Neostygarctus lovedeluxeLink to this section 
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A species of tardigrade (water bear) discovered by Japanese scientists, Shinta Fujimoto and Katsumi Miyazaki, in 2013. The name is in reference to Love Deluxe as the scientists joked on how "it looked as if the Stand was controlling the creature's hair."[39][40]
PAW PatrolLink to this section 
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In MISSION PAW: Royally Spooked, the first segment of the seventh episode of PAW Patrol Season 4, the pups visit Barkingburg after the Earl suspected a "spooky" activity in the castle. While the Princess is unbothered by the ghosts, it is revealed that her pet dog, Sweetie, is the mastermind behind these activities by using her chew toy in an attempt to become the Queen of Barkingburg.

Chasing after several "haunted" knight armors, the PAW Patrol deduces that someone remotely controls these knights. Skye, the lookout dog, notices a device on the knights' helmet, to which Ryder, the Patrol's leader, quickly traces back to Sweetie. The knights briefly pose in reference to Killer Queen, Joseph Joestar & Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli, and Josuke Higashikata's iconic poses as Sweetie continues to spook them more.
RWBYLink to this section 
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In Volume 7 of the animated web series RWBY, the design of the character Neon Katt was partly inspired by Jolyne Cujoh.[41]
Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesLink to this section 
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In season 2 episode 10 of Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the brothers try on multiple clothes and take on fashion poses. At one point, Donatello does three poses, that of Jotaro Kujo, Josuke Higashikata and Giorno Giovanna. The latter of which is the more direct visual reference.
TransformersLink to this section 

Cybertronians resembling Crazy Diamond and Rohan Kishibe are present in IDW Transformers #18 and Transformers Galaxies #8, both drawn by Umi Miyao.[42]

X-ManLink to this section 
Hulk with The World armor
In X-Man Annual Vol 1 1998, the Hulk gains an armor that is likely based off of the design for DIO's Stand, The World.

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