JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation

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This article is about season one of the anime. For the movie adaptation of Phantom Blood, see Phantom Blood (film)

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken) is a 2012 TV anime animated by David Production and produced by Warner Bros. Japan. Its first season adapts Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency, the first and second parts of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series.

Summary

Although JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is one of the largest manga series in Japan, it'd be quite some time before it received a full TV anime adaption. When Hiroyuki Omori, a producer at Warner Brothers Japan, was approached about making an anime for the series, he initially thought it was too difficult of a task for any one studio to pull off. However, after getting planning permission from Shueisha, Omori set out on finding a suitable studio for the project.[1] Omori chose David Production as the studio to animate the show because of their work on the series Tatakau Shisho, which "showed powerful linework and careful animation", and therefore convinced him they could adapt a series like JoJo. All three parts of the anime, including Phantom Blood, Battle Tendency and Stardust Crusaders, were greenlit simultaneously in 2011.[2] However, pre-production for the first season wouldn't start until as late as March 2012.

The first season of the anime was announced on July 5, 2012 in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, and unveiled during the Hirohiko Araki JoJo Exhibition 2012 press conference, alongside All-Star Battle. The teaser presented a countdown video, starting with JoJolion to Phantom Blood, each number appearing on their respective JoJo protagonist's star birthmark. The first episode of Season 1 was broadcast in Japan on October 5, 2012, ending after 26 episodes on April 5, 2013. Season 1 covered the entirety of Part 1 and 2, encompassing 113 manga chapters. A second season, covering Stardust Crusaders, aired in Japan from 2014 to 2015. A third season, covering Diamond is Unbreakable, aired in Japan in 2016. A fourth season, covering Vento Aureo, aired in Japan from 2018 to 2019. A fifth season covering Stone Ocean began airing in 2022.

The media distribution service Crunchyroll obtained the streaming licenses for seasons 1-4 of the anime, with the fifth season streaming exclusively on Netflix. On July 21, 2016, it was revealed that the English dub had been scheduled to air on Adult Swim's Toonami block in October.[3] The season premiered on October 15, 2016 and ended its run on April 15, 2017.

Several events were launched in commemoration of the anime's tenth anniversary, which were announced on April 4, 2022.[4]

Re-Edited

Re-Edited Omnibus collection

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Re-Edited (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 総集編 JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Sōshūhen) is a highlight compilation of the first season that condenses all 26 episodes into three movie-like features. The first volume (approx. 105 minutes) highlights the events of Phantom Blood, while the last two contain Battle Tendency.

This re-telling of the TV anime omits several scenes but includes newly-recorded narration to help piece together the story. Several sound effects have also been replaced or updated. The collection also includes multiple discs containing all 35 interviews of JOJOraDIO, a web radio program hosted by Yoji Ueda.


Cast

Japanese
English
French
Spanish (European)
Spanish (Latin American)
German
Portuguese
Thai

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kazuyuki Okitsu

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Johnny Yong Bosch

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Ricardo Bautista

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Sergio Mesa

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Wendel Bezerra

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Pattarawut Samutnawi

France Voice Actor(s):
Simon Herlin

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Vincent Fallow

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yoku Shioya

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Joe Ochman

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
César Garduza

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Jordi Pineda

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Marcelo Pissardini

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Peerasak Gaysorn

France Voice Actor(s):
Vincent Violette

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Florian Krüger-Shantin

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yoji Ueda

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Keith Silverstein

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Víctor Ruiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Angel del Rio

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Sílvio Giraldi

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Bancha Hemabutr

France Voice Actor(s):
Laurent Sao

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Johannes Berenz

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Ayako Kawasumi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Michelle Ruff

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Montserrat Aguilar

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Nuria Samsó

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Luciana Baroli

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sansanee Tinkeradees

France Voice Actor(s):
Charlotte Hervieux

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Patrizia Carlucci

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Masashi Sugawara

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Marc Diraison

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Dafnis Fernández

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ramón Rocabayera

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Luiz Antônio Lobue

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Ekachai Pongsamai

France Voice Actor(s):
Philippe Catoire

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Norbert Langer

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yumiko Kobayashi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Amanda C. Miller

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Jared Mendoza

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Julia Chalmeta

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Michel Singer

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Pornprapha Sawangsak

France Voice Actor(s):
Brigitte Lecordier

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Peggy Pollow

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Tamio Ōki

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Geoffrey Chalmers

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Fabián Rétiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Joaquin Casado

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Hélio Vaccari

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kosit Krittinan

France Voice Actor(s):
Benoît Allemane

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Thomas Kästner

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Taketora

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Paul St. Peter

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mauricio Pérez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Roberto Garcia

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Phichapop Phatarakunniyom

France Voice Actor(s):
Jean-Philippe Pertuit

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Felix Spieß

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Nobuo Tobita

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Dave Mallow

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Roberto Salguero

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Enrique Hernández

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Alexandre Marconato

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Rob Petchprasit

France Voice Actor(s):
Vincent Vilain

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marcus Off

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Takehito Koyasu

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Patrick Seitz

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Marc Winslow

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Carlos Sianes

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Francisco Júnior

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Itthipol Mameket

France Voice Actor(s):
Vincent Bonnasseau

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marios Gavrilis

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Hiroshi Naka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Doug Stone

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
José Luis Miranda

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Gileno Santoro

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Peerasak Gaysorn

France Voice Actor(s):
Gabriel Le Doze

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Joachim Kaps

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Naomi Kusumi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Paul St. Peter

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Héctor Moreno

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ramón Rocabayera

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
César Emílio

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Phichapop Phatarakunniyom

France Voice Actor(s):
Stefan Godin

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marco Kröger

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kenjiro Tsuda

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Tony Oliver

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Eleazar Muñoz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Artur Rius

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Gabriel Noya

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Rob Petchprasit

France Voice Actor(s):
Constantin Pappas

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Jaron Löwenberg

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Tetsu Inada

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Taylor Henry

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Óscar Rangel

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Eduardo Diez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Charles Dalla

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Ekachai Pongsamai

France Voice Actor(s):
Frédéric Souterelle

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marko Bräutigam

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Hidenori Takahashi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Anthony Hansen

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Elliot Leguizamo

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Dado Monteiro

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Phiphat Boonsitlert

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Georgios Tzitzikos

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yuichi Ishigami

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Kirk Thornton

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Óscar López

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Daniel Oliver

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Ivo Roberto

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Pattechin Sasipatthada

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Georgios Tzitzikos

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Tadashi Miyazawa

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Steve Kramer

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
José Luis Orozco

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Francesc Rocamora

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Carlos Silveira

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kosit Krittinan

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Jan Spitzer

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Aiko Iwamura

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Karen Strassman

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
???

Spain Voice Actor(s):
???

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
???

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Wichaya Wangcherdchuwong

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Heide Ihlenfeld

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Aya Endō

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Johanna Luis

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Monserrat Mendoza

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ana Romano

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Thaís Durães

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Wichaya Wangcherdchuwong

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Amelie Plaas-Link

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Masayuki Katō

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Christopher Hackney

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mauricio Pérez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Francesc Rocamora

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Marcelo Salsicha

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Pattechin Sasipatthada

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Mario Klischies

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Toru Okawa

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
David Vincent

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Tommy Rojas

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Tasio Alonso

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Armando Tiraboschi

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kaiwan Wattanakrai

France Voice Actor(s):
Laurent Jacquet

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Armin Schlagwein

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Tomokazu Sugita

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Ben Diskin (Adult)
Richard Epcar (Old)

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Miguel de León

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Jordi Navarro (Adult)
Ramón Rocabayera (Old)

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Guilherme Briggs (Adult)
Mauro Ramos (Old)

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Chakkrit Hanwichai

France Voice Actor(s):
Sébastien Baulain (Adult)
Frédéric Souterelle (Old)

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Leonhard Mahlich (Adult)
Torsten Münchow (Old)

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Takuya Sato

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Bryce Papenbrook

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Carlo Vázquez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Hermógenes Alonso

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Dláigelles Riba

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Apinan Teeranantakul

France Voice Actor(s):
Julien Lucas

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Tim Knauer

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Atsuko Tanaka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Wendee Lee

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Vianney Monroy

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ana Romano

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Raquel Marinho

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sophita Rangsiyothai

France Voice Actor(s):
Sophie Planet

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Bettina Weiß

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Atsushi Imaruoka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Dan Woren

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Dafnis Fernández

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Artur Rius

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Fábio Azevedo

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Phichapop Phatarakunniyom

France Voice Actor(s):
Rémi Pous

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Uve Teschner

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yoji Ueda

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Keith Silverstein

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Víctor Ruiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Angel del Río

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Sílvio Giraldi

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Bancha Hemabutr

France Voice Actor(s):
Patrick Noérie

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Johannes Berenz

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Ayako Kawasumi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Michelle Ruff

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Gabriela Guzmán

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Julia Chalmeta

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Rosa Maria Baroli

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sansanee Tinkeradees

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Katharina Lopinski

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yū Hayashi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Robbie Daymond

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Rolando de la Fuente

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Víctor Gómez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Cadu Paschoal

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Siwaphan Bunyaratphan

France Voice Actor(s):
Damien Page

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marco Eßer

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Hidetoshi Nakamura

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Geoffrey Chalmers

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Óscar Rangel

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Enrique Hernández

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Henrique Reis

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Ekachai Pongsamai

France Voice Actor(s):
Éric Herson-Macarel

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Sven Brieger

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yutaka Nakano

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Ray Chase

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mauricio Pérez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Daniel Oliver

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Tatá Guarnieri

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sanya Subongkot

France Voice Actor(s):
Pierre-Louis Bonnat

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Martin Schubach

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Sachiko Kojima

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Stephanie Sheh

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Ximena de Anda

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Nuria Samsó

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Patt Souza

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kornkran Chongsakul

France Voice Actor(s):
Dorothée Pousséo

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Rieke Werner

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Ryōta Ōsaka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Kyle McCarley

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Manuel Campuzano

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Víctor Gómez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Rodolfo Novaes

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Apichit Likitlimpreecha

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Lasse Dreyer

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Jin Yamanoi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Doug Stone

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Emmanuel Bernal

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Ricardo Vasconcelos

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sanya Subongkot

France Voice Actor(s):
???

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Matthias Klages

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kazuhiko Inoue

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
John DeMita

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Jorge Badillo

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Felipe Grinnan

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Piya Chamnarnkit

France Voice Actor(s):
Emmanuel Gradi

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Peter Lontzek

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Keiji Fujiwara

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Chris Jai Alex

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
José Antonio Macías

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Joaquin Casado

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Alex Barone

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Peerasak Gaysorn

France Voice Actor(s):
Olivier Cordina

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Matti Klemm

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Akio Otsuka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Paul St. Peter

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Salvador Reyes

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Carlos Sianes

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
César Marchetti

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kosit Krittinan

France Voice Actor(s):
Antoine Tomé

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Peter Sura

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kenji Nomura

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Kaiji Tang

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Cuauhtemoc Miranda

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ramón Rocabayera

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Cassiano Ávila

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Pattechin Sasipatthada

France Voice Actor(s):
Bruno Magne

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Stefan Bräuler

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Nobuo Tobita

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Dave Mallow

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Roberto Salguero

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Enrique Hernández

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Alexandre Marconato

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Rob Petchprasit

France Voice Actor(s):
Vincent Vilain

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marcus Off

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Satoshi Tsuruoka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Mike Davis

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mauricio Pérez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Daniel Oliver

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Roberto Rocha

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Phiphat Boonsitlert

France Voice Actor(s):
Marc Saez

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Andi Krösing

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kenichirō Matsuda

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Ray Chase

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mauricio Pérez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Gilmar Lourenço

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sanya Subongkot

France Voice Actor(s):
Loïc Houdré

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Christoph Banken

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Toru Okawa

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
David Vincent

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Tommy Rojas

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Tasio Alonso

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Armando Tiraboschi

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kaiwan Wattanakrai

France Voice Actor(s):
Laurent Jacquet

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Armin Schlagwein

Episode List

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Episode Title
Airdate
1
Dio the Invader
(侵略者ディオ Shinryakusha Dio)
Japan: October 6, 2012
United States of America: October 16, 2016
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Englishman George Joestar mistakenly assumes Dario Brando had saved his life during a carriage accident, and decides to adopt his son, Dio. Heir to the Joestar Estate, Jonathan Joestar, attempts to befriend Dio, but Dio's plan from the start is to drive JoJo to madness and earn George's trust so that he can become the heir to the Joestar fortune. Dio violently beats JoJo in a boxing match, turns his friends against him, steals his girlfriend Erina's first kiss, and even burns his dog Danny to death in an incinerator.
2
A Letter from the Past
(過去からの手紙 Kako kara no Tegami)
Japan: October 13, 2012
United States of America: October 23, 2016
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Seven years have passed since Dio came to the Joestar mansion. George is shown to be sick in bed. At first it was thought to be a common cold, but it seems to be getting worse. Jonathan learns that Dio killed his father, Dario, and he is trying to use the same poison to kill George. After confronting Dio, Jonathan goes to London searching for the origin of the poison not knowing what awaits him there.
3
Youth with Dio
(ディオとの青春 Dio to no Seishun)
Japan: October 20, 2012
United States of America: November 6, 2016
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Having found an antidote and given it to his father, JoJo prepares to turn Dio in to the police. Dio tries to get JoJo's guard down by saying he will turn himself in, but Speedwagon, who has followed JoJo from London, sees through Dio's lies, presenting the druggist who sold Dio the poison, whilst George reveals that he has heard everything. As JoJo attempts to handcuff Dio, Dio attempts to stab him, only to stab George who got in the way to protect JoJo. With George's blood, he activates the Stone Mask on himself before the police shoot him. Before George passes away, he tells his son not to blame Dio, saying it was his fault for not being able to see through Dio's earlier treachery and apologizes for having been too harsh for his son. Just then, Dio comes back to life as a vampire, proving invincible to firearms and draining the blood of one of the cops. As JoJo prepares to fight Dio, believing he can defeat him by destroying his brain, the cop reanimates as a zombie, though JoJo manages to kill it quickly. As several attempts to kill Dio fail, JoJo sets the mansion ablaze and leads Dio to the roof so Speedwagon can escape. JoJo attempts to kill Dio with a suicide attack, dragging him into the flames of the mansion with him and manages to use the mansions layout to both land safely and impale Dio on a statue, assuming that he has been killed. Wang Chan later attempts to salvage the mask from the burnt ruins, but Dio's charred hand emerges and drains his blood.
4
Overdrive
(波紋疾走オーバードライブ Ōbādoraibu)
Japan: October 27, 2012
United States of America: November 13, 2016
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With the battle between him and Dio over, Jonathan spends the next few days with his long lost childhood romance, Erina, who had returned to tend to his injuries. While the two are out for a walk, a strange man by the name of Will Anthonio Zeppeli appears and heals Jonathan's broken arm. He warns Jonathan that Dio is still alive and the only way to defeat him and the Stone Mask is through an old fighting technique known the "Ripple." Zeppeli spends the next few days training Jonathan and soon after Jonathan, Zeppeli as well as Speedwagon set off on their journey to the town of Windknight's Lot, where Dio lies. On the road there, the group encounters Jack the Ripper, who has been turned into a zombie and a faithful servant of Dio. With Zeppeli's help, Jonathan manages to learn the secret of the Ripple overdrive and defeat Jack.
5
The Dark Knights
(暗黒の騎士達 Ankoku no Kishitachi)
Japan: November 3, 2012
United States of America: November 20, 2016
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Upon arriving in Windknights Lot, JoJo's group is pick-pocketed by a talented young boy named Poco who JoJo and Zeppeli manage to catch using their Ripple powers. However, as the sun falls, they find themselves confronted by Dio, who had hypnotized Poco to lure JoJo's group to the graveyard where they are attacked by his legion of zombies. Zeppeli attempts to use his Ripple attacks on Dio, but Dio counters by freezing his veins. Jonathan attempts a quick defense, but both him and Zeppeli are easily defeated. Dio then summons the two undead legendary Dark Knights, Tarkus and Bruford to finish the job. Dio allows Bruford to solo Jonathan and the two commence their battle.
6
Pluck for Tomorrow
(あしたの勇気 Ashita no Yūki)
Japan: November 10, 2012
United States of America: November 27, 2016
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After having barely managed to avoid JoJo's underwater overdrive, Bruford ensnares JoJo with his hair once more. However, JoJo manages to block Bruford's attack and channels an overdrive through a kick into Bruford's sword, which causes one of his arms to disintegrate. From here, Jonathan is able to escape, and unleashes a sunlight yellow overdrive barrage against him. As Bruford's body starts to disintegrate, he regains his human soul, feeling at peace and leaving JoJo his sword before completely disintegrating. Tarkus then attacks, but JoJo and Zeppeli manage to get Speedwagon and Poco to safety using a bunch of leaves as a hang glider. As they make their escape, Zeppeli recalls how he learned to control the Ripple from a man named Tonpetty. Tarkus leaps after them, causing them to touch down at a knight's training ground in order to stand against him. Tarkus manages to crash into one of the outer walls and enters the training grounds first. JoJo is pulled inside the grounds, thrusting him into a Chain Neck Deathmatch, in which one must decapitate the other in order to free himself. Realizing JoJo will be killed if no one does anything, Poco overcomes his nerves and enters the grounds via a window, managing to unlock the door so Zeppeli can get inside.
7
The Successor
(うけ継ぐ者 Uketsugumono)
Japan: November 17, 2012
United States of America: December 4, 2016
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Zeppeli recalls how Tonpetty foretold where his death would take place; the description fits with the very place he is at that moment. Knowing this, Zeppeli fights against Tarkus with the intention of finding a way to free JoJo. However, Tarkus ensnares him with a chain and rips his body into two. Using the last of his strength, Zeppeli transfers the last of his Ripple energy to Jonathan, allowing him to heal his injuries, break free from his chains, and defeat Tarkus easily. Following the battle, Zeppeli tells JoJo that he has accepted his fate and has passed his will onto him before passing away. As JoJo, Speedwagon , and Poco make their way back to Windknights Lot , they encounter Mr. Adams, one of the villagers who at first reacts friendly to their arrival, but his urge for blood reveals his true nature as a zombie. He attacks Poco with his tongue, but Jonathan defeats him easily by taking his tongue and stomping on his face using the Ripple. A moment later, a stranger attacks Jonathan with a kick that restraints both his arms. Jonathan, surprised at first, manages to evade by counterattacking with a headbutt. Before the battle continues, the stranger confesses that he is a human and only wanted to test Jonathan's power. He introduces himself as Dire, one of Zeppeli's Friend and a Ripple User. Straizo, another student, makes his entry and shortly after him, Master Tonpetty. Along with his students, he joins JoJo on his journey. Meanwhile, it is revealed that Poco's sister has been kidnapped by Dio.
8
Bloody Battle! JoJo & Dio
(血戦!JOJO & DIO Kessen! JoJo & Dio)
Japan: November 24, 2012
United States of America: December 11, 2016
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After defeating the monster Doobie and saving Poco's sister, Jonathan climbs the stairs and reaches the final room where Dio awaits. Jonathan challenges Dio to one final match to avenge the death of his friends. However Dire pushes Jonathan out of way and challenges Dio himself but is killed after Dio freezes his legs and shatters him. Dire's head manages to survive and launches a Ripple infused rose, impaling Dio in his right eye. This gives Jonathan idea; in order to combat Dio's freezing by contact technique, Jonathan infuses the the sword he had received earlier, Luck & Pluck, with the Ripple. As the battle begins, Jonathan cuts Dio's arm off and cuts him in half. Dio manages to break Luck & Pluck after freezing Jonathan's arm and the two unleash one final attack at each other. Jonathan's double fist overdrive succeeds and Dio falls off the ledge and slowly melts away.
9
The Final Ripple!
(最後の波紋 Saigo no Hamon)
Japan: December 1, 2012
United States of America: December 18, 2016
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As Dio falls following his battle with JoJo, he decapitates himself before the Ripple reaches his head, which is recovered by his zombie servant Wang Chan. Meanwhile, with the Stone Mask destroyed, JoJo marries Erina and they head off on a honeymoon to America on a cruise across the Atlantic Ocean. As JoJo and Erina enjoy their cruise, JoJo discovers that Wang Chan has snuck aboard, meaning Dio is still alive. As JoJo comes face to face with Dio, who wants his body to replace his own, Erina arrives on the scene just as JoJo receives a near-fatal attack to his neck. Meanwhile, the ship starts to run amock with zombies after Wang Chan spreads the infection. Using the last Ripple energy he has, JoJo manages to decapitate Wang Chan, making his body obstruct a piece of the cruise ship's mechanism, setting the ship on a path to explosion. As Erina resolves to die by JoJo's side, JoJo tells her to live on so she can protect a baby whose mother was killed. As the ship starts to explode, Dio makes a last ditch attempt to take JoJo's body, but JoJo stops him, passing away with Dio's head in his arms whilst Erina and the baby hide in Dio's bomb-proof coffin to protect them from the explosion. Erina is eventually rescued near the Canary Islands a day later, and vows to pass on the truth of what happened on that night, 8 February 1888, through the generations, starting with the child she conceived with JoJo before his untimely death.

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10
New York's JoJo
(ニューヨークのジョジョ Nyū Yōku no JoJo)
Japan: December 8, 2012
United States of America: December 18, 2016
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It's been 49 years after Jonathan Joestar's death, and a much older looking Speedwagon and Straizo travel to Mexico to investigate a mysterious underground caverns. There they find it filled with similar Stone Masks to the one that was destroyed many years ago, as well a body integrated into a stone column. Meanwhile, in New York, Jonathan's grandson, Joseph Joestar (also nicknamed "JoJo"), saves a young African-American pick-pocket named Smokey Brown from some corrupt policemen using the Ripple. After saving him, Smokey tags along as Joseph and Erina head to a restaurant. Back in Mexico, Speedwagon is betrayed by Straizo, and presumably killed. Straizo had apparently envied the youth that the Stone Mask had granted Dio and dons one himself. After dealing with a mafia henchman at a restaurant, JoJo, Erina, and Smokey meet a mafia acquaintance of Speedwagon's who informs them that Speedwagon has been murdered by Straizo. Later that day, JoJo is confronted outside a cafe by Straizo, who had regained his youth as a vampire. Straizo plans to kill Joseph before he can unlock the full potential of the Ripple, but Joseph quickly pulls out a Tommy-Gun and promptly blasts Straizo through the cafe window.
11
Master of the Game
(ゲームの達人 Gēmu no Tatsujin)
Japan: December 15, 2012
United States of America: January 8, 2017
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As expected, Straizo recovers from Joseph Joestar's attack and uses the same high pressurized blood laser eye attack Dio used. Joseph dodges this attack using a mirror trick prepared in advance and, manages to attack Straizo with the Ripple. Straizo absorbs it using a scarf woven from beetle muscles, but JoJo manages to sneak some grenades onto his person. Despite being blown apart, the vampire pulls himself together. Smokey asks Joseph if he has some plan, but Joseph simply says to run away and does so. Straizo catches up with them in a bridge and takes a woman hostage in order to goad JoJo into facing him. Joseph finishes Straizo off with a punch and sends him flying off the bridge. Joseph grabs his hand and tries to get information out of him, but Straizo warns JoJo about a Pillar Man who will soon awaken before self destructing himself with his own Ripple. Meanwhile, it is revealed Speedwagon is alive and is being held captive in Mexico, where a German military general named Rudol von Stroheim interrogates him about the Pillar Man, which they have excavated from the cave and intend to revive. Meanwhile, JoJo also makes his way to Mexico, unaware that he is being followed by a strange assassin.
12
The Pillar Man
(柱の男 Hashira no Otoko)
Japan: December 22, 2012
United States of America: January 15, 2017
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Joseph is confronted by one of Stroheim's men, Donovan, but manages to subdue him, learning that Speedwagon is still alive. He sneaks into the Nazi Base after attempting to seduce the guards by dressing as a girl. When that failed, he knocked them out and put on their uniform. Meanwhile, Stroheim manages to awaken the pillar man, naming him Santana, after the winds of Mexico. To test him, Stroheim sends a vampire after Santana, which he absorbs into his body to feed itself. To Stroheim's shock, Santana manages to escape his cell by twisting his body through the air vents and launches himself into the body of one of his men. The possessed Nazi becomes bloated and begins firing bullets from his finger. Just then, Joseph, who had managed to sneak into the base, reveals himself and tears out some of Stroheim's hair. Santana emerges from the body he had taken over and begins firing more bullets from his fingers. Joseph infuses Ripple into Stroheim's hair and throws it into the air, causing them to deflect all the bullets. Joseph removes his coat, revealing the Joestar Birthmark, and confronts Santana.
13
JoJo vs. The Ultimate Being
(JOJO vs.究極生物 JoJo tai Kyūkyoku Seibutsu)
Japan: January 5, 2013
United States of America: January 22, 2017
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At first, Joseph attempts to make peace with Santana, but is instead greeted by an attack from Santana's ribs; this almost neutralizes Joseph had he not blocked the attack with his Ripple. Joseph realizes his attacks are not effective, so he feigns unconsciousness, and attacks Santana from the inside after the latter attempted to absorb him. With the Pillar Man in half, Joseph chains the upper portion, and tries to drag Santana to the entrance of the base to destroy the body using the sunlight. Unfortunately, Santana grabs hold of Joseph's leg and immobilizes him just before reaching the door. Stroheim comes from behind to help, but he too is ensnared. Joseph is forced to chop Stroheim's leg off as a request allowing Stroheim to open the door. However, Santana avoids the sunlight by seeping his way into the stub where Stroheim's leg was cut off. Stroheim walks on one leg into the sunlight and pulls out a grenade. From there, he tells Joseph that the Germans had uncovered other Pillar Men in Europe and that he must go to Rome to learn how to defeat them. With that said, Stroheim ignites the grenade and destroys his own body. As a last ditch effort, Santana attacks Joseph and the two go flying into a well. Joseph reveals that the water at the bottom of the well acts as another light source due to its ability to reflect sunlight. Being hit by sunlight in two directions, Santana turns into stone and is defeated.
14
Ultimate Warriors from Ancient Times
(太古から来た究極戦士 Taiko kara Kita Kyūkyoku Senshi)
Japan: January 12, 2013
United States of America: January 29, 2017
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Speedwagon brings statued remains of Santana to the headquarters of his foundation in Washington, D.C., where it is shown he is still alive, and has scientists keep his body under UV light. Realizing from Stroheim's words that there are three more powerful Pillar Men somewhere in Europe, Speedwagon takes Joseph to Rome to meet Zeppeli's grandson, Caesar, who is also skilled in using the Ripple. As Caesar questions Joseph's abilities, he fights against him using his own Ripple abilities formed from clothes filled with soapy water, encasing Joseph in a bubble, but Joseph manages to break free using a sneak attack. As Caesar makes plans for Joseph and Speedwagon to be taken to see where the Pillar Men are being kept, one of the Pillar Men, Wamuu, breaks free, killing a group of German soldiers and awakening his masters, Kars and Esidisi, a Pillar Man destroys half of Caesar's friend Mark's body simply by bumping into him as he is walking past. As Caesar is forced to use his Ripple to peacefully end Mark's suffering, he vows vengeance against the Pillar Men.
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A Hero's Proof
(ヒーローの資格 Hīrō no Shikaku)
Japan: January 19, 2013
United States of America: February 5, 2017
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Caesar engages Wamuu in battle for killing Mark, using his Bubble Launcher technique to surround the Pillar Man in Ripple infused bubbles. Once Wamuu realizes he is facing a Ripple user he uses his mysterious headgear to unleash a wind that bursts all of the bubbles. However, his attack is not yet over, as the movement created hundreds of miniature tornadoes that shred Caesar's skin, leaving him incapacitated and temporarily blinded in one eye. His boasts that he need not see to fight the Pillar Men amuses them, as Ripple users of two millennia past said the same things to them before they killed them. Kars and Esidisi head to the surface, allowing Wamuu to finish Caesar off as the only Ripple user left, only for Joseph to make himself known, proclaiming that he has developed his own special Ripple technique using a pair of clackers that he channels the Ripple through. Wamuu allows him to fight, slicing through his wrist to the artery to make the battle last only a minute His first attack, the Ripple Clacker Volley, appears to miss its mark, embedding a steel ball into a pillar behind Wamuu, but this is all part of a ploy to engage his other technique, Clacker Boomerang, where he has thrown another Ripple empowered pair of clackers behind Wamuu, catching onto the original clacker, and actually landing a blow on Wamuu. Angered, Wamuu allows Joseph to continue to strike him with the clackers while he prepares his counter, the Divine Sandstorm. Wamuu claims his attack has been hindered by his eyesight and a pillar blocking Joseph, but Joseph is left barely alive. Playing dead, Joseph tries to run away, seemingly stranding Caesar and Speedwagon, but it is all a ploy to lure Wamuu away before he can kill the others. Joseph takes Wamuu on a mine cart ride through the ruins, intending to use a stick of dynamite to destroy him, but Wamuu anticipates these events and sends them flying, intending to kill Joseph for his insolence. However, Joseph proclaims that he could possibly be even stronger in a month's time, intriguing Wamuu, who decides to let Joseph live to get stronger with the Ripple in only a month, implanting a "Wedding Ring" in Joseph's body around his aorta that will release a deadly poison in 33 days' time, unless Joseph can get the antidote held in his lip piercing by killing him in battle. Esidisi, who has come to see what has been holding Wamuu up, also decides to enter in on the wager (after consuming the stick of dynamite before it explodes), implanting another poison-filled ring around Joseph's windpipe, with the antidote in his own nose piercing. Kars, however, passes on the game, and the Pillar Men leave in search of the Red Stone of Aja, and Joseph passes out from the strain of the battle. Caesar, who has been watching the whole time, realizes Joseph's resolve and promises to also get stronger with him.
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Ripple Teacher Lisa Lisa
(波紋教師リサリサ Hamon Kyoushi Risa Risa)
Japan: January 26, 2013
United States of America: February 12, 2017
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Wanting to teach Joseph to control his Ripple powers, Caesar takes him to Venice to meet his teacher, Lisa Lisa. Lisa Lisa orders Joseph to wear a mask that limits his breathing for the duration of his training. To start their training, Lisa Lisa tasks Joseph and Caesar to climb the Hell Climb Pillar, a 24-meter pillar covered in oil, using only the Ripple or else starve to death. Observing Caesar's efforts, Joseph learns to climb up by focusing Ripple energy in his fingertips. As the days pass as they struggle to climb, Joseph assumes there's an easy break when he spots a crack in the pillar, but this turns out to be a trap, causing the pillar to start spewing oil at high pressures from its 20-meter mark. Caesar manages to break through the barrier by using Ripple energy to simultaneously grip the pillar with his feet and repel the barrier, eventually reaching the peak. Joseph eventually manages to get past by travelling across the barrier to its weakest point so he can leap over it. As Joseph ends up running out of breath at the last meter, Caesar helps him up. As Joseph becomes pleased with the results of his training and asks for the next test, Lisa Lisa brings in her servants, Messina and Loggins, to teach them how to master the Ripple over the next few weeks.
17
Laying a Deeper Trap!
(深く罠をはれ! Fukaku Wana o Hare!)
Japan: February 2, 2013
United States of America: February 19, 2017
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Lisa Lisa explains to Joseph and Caesar how the creator of the Stone Mask, Kars, is seeking a gem known as the Red Stone of Aja to power the Stone Mask and become the "Ultimate Thing". Lisa Lisa reveals she herself possesses this gem which can amplify the power of the Ripple into a powerful beam, saying that it is needed to defeat the Pillar Men. With a week left until the rings inside Joseph dissolve and kill him, Lisa Lisa pits Joseph and Caesar against Loggins and Messina respectively for their final lesson. However, when Joseph reaches his destination, he finds Loggins has been killed by Esidisi. Angered, Joseph decides to confront the Pillar Man over a bed of spikes. Thanks to an intricate trap, Joseph manages to use a wire set-up on Loggins to sever Esidisi's arm. However, Esidisi manages to repair himself by taking Loggins' arm before attacking Joseph with his burning blood. Despite nearly falling for a trap himself, Joseph manages to ensnare Esidisi in conductive wool thread and hit him with the Ripple, managing to destroy him and retrieve his antidote, safely dissolving the ring around his neck. Relieved, Joseph heads back to the castle, unaware that Esidisi's brain is clinging onto his back.
18
Stroheim's Unit Strikes Back
(シュトロハイム隊の逆襲 Shutorohaimu tai no gyakushuu)
Japan: February 9, 2013
United States of America: February 26, 2017
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As Joseph awaits to warn Lisa Lisa about the Pillar Men, Esidisi's brain takes over the body of Suzi Q and sends the Super Aja off on a boat bound for Venice before confronting Lisa Lisa. Before Joseph and Caesar can pursue the boat, Esidisi stands in their way, knowing full well they can't kill him without killing Suzi Q as well. As Esidisi prepares to use his boiling blood to kill everyone in the room, Joseph and Caesar combine their Ripple, forcing Esidisi's brain out of Suzi Q without killing her and into the sunlight, where he burns into nothingness. After healing Suzi Q, Lisa Lisa learns from her that the Red Stone has been sent to St. Moritz in Switzerland, where Kars and Wamuu are waiting. Joseph promises Suzi Q that he'll see her again before he, Caesar, Lisa Lisa, and Messina head off to catch up to the mail train bound for Switzerland. Upon catching up to the train at customs, the Germans arrive and claim the Red Stone for themselves, inviting Joseph and the others to join them at their lodge. As Kars appears to attack the lodge, Joseph learns that the leader of the German group is none other than Stroheim, who has since become a cyborg.
19
Race Toward the Cliff of Death
(死の崖へつっ走れ Shi no Gake e Tsuppashire)
Japan: February 16, 2013
United States of America: March 5, 2017
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Stroheim starts using his new mechanical body, which was designed to surpass Santana, to fight against Kars. However, it proves futile against Kars's blades, which cuts him down to size. As Kars attempts to retrieve the Red Stone, Stroheim fires a beam at him, sending the Red Stone sliding towards a cliff edge, forcing JoJo and Kars to chase after it. JoJo pulls off a trick to grab the Red Stone, but Kars pulls him off the cliff with him. JoJo manages to save himself by using the Red Stone as a shield and prevents his fall with help from Caesar. The next day, Caesar and the others discuss ambushing Kars's hideout before Wamuu arrives, but JoJo objects to it, believing it unwise to fight on their home turf, leading to him and Caesar getting into a fight. Feeling a sense of duty to his grandfather, Caesar decides to go alone, with Messina ordered to follow him, whilst Lisa Lisa explains to JoJo that Caesar has a secret past.
20
Caesar: A Lonely Youth
(シーザー孤独の青春 Shīzā Kodoku no Seishun)
Japan: February 23, 2013
United States of America: March 12, 2017
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Lisa Lisa tells JoJo of Caesar's childhood, in which he took to crime at a young age after being abandoned by his debt-ridden father, Mario. However, when Caesar turned 16, Caesar came across the wall containing the Pillar Men, which was booby trapped by Kars. Mario saved Caesar from the trap, getting absorbed into the wall, but lived long enough to tell Caesar find Lisa Lisa and learn the Ripple. As Caesar arrives at the hotel, he is attacked by Wamuu, who is using streams of moist air to both protect him from the sunlight and reflect the light around him. Caesar launches an attack on Wamuu after he drags Messina into the hotel, but Wamuu manages to retreat inside the hotel, prompting Caesar to go in after him. Using a series of refractive bubble lenses, Caesar manages to redirect the sunlight inside the hotel to pin down Wamuu. However, Wamuu takes advantage of the split-second the sun is blotted by Caesar's attack to deliver a critical counter attack. Too injured to continue for the fight, Caesar uses the last of his strength to steal the piercing containing the antidote for the ring around JoJo's heart. He then uses his Final Ripple to create a blood bubble to deliver the piercing and his bandana to JoJo before being crushed by the collapsing ceiling. Wamuu, finding Caesar's fight and loyalty to be admirable, allows the bubble to remain. JoJo and Lisa Lisa are attracted to the hotel after Messina does not return, and unknowingly see the light of Caesar's Final Ripple. They discover the state of the hotel, finding the bubble with the antidote and Caesar's scarf, and soon realize that Caesar has died, and weep over the loss of their friend and ally.
21
The Hundred vs. Two Strategy
(100対2のかけひき 100 tai 2 no Kakehiki)
Japan: March 2, 2013
United States of America: March 19, 2017
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Whilst following Wamuu's trail of blood, JoJo and Lisa Lisa encounter another vampire named Wired Beck, but Lisa Lisa manages to defeat him easily. As they press on, JoJo states he will not take the antidote he received until he has beaten Wamuu as a promise to Caesar. They soon arrive before Wamuu, where Kars is also waiting for them, along with a hundred vampire minions. Lisa Lisa manages to hold off their attack with a bluff saying that if both she and JoJo are killed, a time bomb will destroy the Red Stone. Thus, she proposes that JoJo fights against Wamuu whilst she fights against Kars with the Red Stone on the line. Wamuu and Kars arrange a place for the battle at midnight, keeping Lisa Lisa as insurance to make sure JoJo brings the Red Stone. Whilst retrieving the Red Stone, JoJo finds a picture of Erina from fifty years ago, becoming curious as to why Lisa Lisa would have it. Upon meeting at the arena, Lisa Lisa reveals that she was the baby that Erina rescued from the ship that fateful day, further explaining how she was raised by Straizo, who was the one who taught her about the Ripple and gave her the Red Stone. As JoJo and Wamuu's battle is revealed to be a chariot race using vampire horses, JoJo puts on Caesar's bandana and prepares to battle.
22
A True Warrior
(真の格闘者 Shin no Kakutōsha)
Japan: March 9, 2013
United States of America: March 26, 2017
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Before the match begins, it is revealed that during each lap, there will be a different weapon for whoever can grab it from a pillar first. JoJo manages to get a head-start by obstructing Wamuu's wheels with rubble, allowing him to get a hold of a sledgehammer. However, Wamuu grabs hold of the pillar itself, forcing JoJo to abandon his chariot, though JoJo manages to use the hammer to avoid getting trampled by Wamuu's horses. Wamuu launches an attack on JoJo by hiding in his horse, but JoJo manages to use his cunning to turn his sandstorm attack against him with the Ripple. In order to regain his focus, Wamuu gouges out his own eyes and grows a horn that can sense the wind in its place. As the second lap offers a pair of crossbows, JoJo ends up picking one that is too big for him to use whilst Wamuu uses the wind to guide his shots with the smaller crossbow, managing to hit JoJo's sides with a reflected shot. As he is thrown to the ground, he uses the momentum of the fall to cock his crossbow without the others noticing. JoJo appears cornered, but manages to hit Wamuu with a Ripple-charged shot from his crossbow by distracting his senses with pebbles. Wamuu makes a desperate last attack by firing his severed arms at JoJo to cut off his breathing before gathering up wind for his final attack.
23
The Warrior Returns to the Wind
(風にかえる戦士 Kaze ni Kaeru Senshi)
Japan: March 16, 2013
United States of America: April 2, 2017
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Launching his Final Mode attack, Gathering Gale, which starts peeling away his own body, Wamuu begins firing a stream of wind capable of cutting Red Stone towards JoJo. After a failed attempt at attacking him with a firebomb, JoJo strikes at Wamuu with Caesar's flaming bandana, which Wamuu shreds with his wind. However, this is all parts of JoJo's plan, as both the oil from the bomb and the burning embers of Caesar's bandana are breathed in by Wamuu, causing him to explode from the inside. Deciding Wamuu's wounds from the Ripple are fatal, JoJo gives him some of his blood to ease his passing as a sign of respect, similar to the respect Wamuu showed Caesar. When the other vampires suddenly attack, Wamuu uses the last of his strength to kill them, not wanting them to interfere until the end. Upon Wamuu's request, JoJo drinks the antidote from his ring, allowing Wamuu to pass away with no regrets. It is soon time for Lisa Lisa's battle with Kars, with Lisa Lisa apparently getting the upper hand with her Ripple-infused scarf. However, Kars cheats by using a body double before stabbing Lisa Lisa from behind, showing no respect for the honor of battle unlike his compatriot Wamuu. After claiming the Red Stone of Aja for himself, Kars sends his vampire army after the weakened JoJo. However, he is rescued by Stroheim and his men, along with Speedwagon and Smokey, who use ultraviolet lights to fight off the vampires whilst JoJo goes to face Kars. As Kars uses Lisa Lisa to force JoJo into a vulnerable position, Smokey reveals that Lisa Lisa is in fact JoJo's mother.
24
The Bond That Binds JoJo
(JOJOを結ぶ絆 JoJo o Musubu Kizuna)
Japan: March 23, 2013
United States of America: April 9, 2017
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Being forced to cling onto a rope to stop Lisa Lisa from falling to her death, Joseph is at a huge disadvantage against Kars. He manages to trick Kars however using an elaborate snare and pushes into the crystals below. A flashbacks initiates revealing Lisa Lisa' pasts beginning with her meeting and marriage with Air Force Pilot, George Joestar II. It is also revealed that soon after Joseph's birth, George was murdered by a zombie whom had presumably hidden away since the battle with Dio as an air force officer. When Elizabeth discovered the treachery, she hunted down the zombie and easily killed him with her Ripple powers, but she was caught in the act by an RAF official who thought she murdered a human in cold blood and burned the body to hide the evidence. Wanted throughout all of Europe, Elizabeth became a fugitive until she met with Speedwagon once more, using his foundation's resources erase all trace of her past, and placing her on Venice's Air Supplena Island where she changed her name to Lisa Lisa. Back at the present, Stroheim attempts to finish off Kars with multiple blasts of ultraviolet beam, but Kars suddenly puts on the Stone Mask with the Red Stone of Aja in place. Before Stroheim can call off the attack, the artificial sunlight from all the German soldiers and Speedwagon Foundation operatives channels through the Super Aja, activating the Stone Mask and sending its undiluted energy into Kars, who undergoes a dramatic transformation.
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The Birth of a Superbeing!!
(超生物の誕生!! Chō Seibutsu no Tanjō!!)
Japan: March 30, 2013
United States of America: April 16, 2017
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Kars demonstrates his new powers, turning his hand into a flesh-eating squirrel that deals damage to Stroheim. The sun rises, killing the rest of the vampire minions, but Kars remains standing, immune thanks to the power of the Red Stone. Joseph grabs the Red Stone and runs off with Smokey to lure Kars away from the others whilst thinking of a plan. Leaving Smokey behind before he can tell him about Lisa Lisa, Joseph boards a plane to lure Kars away further. Joseph theorizes he may be able to beat Kars if he drops him into a volcano and heads towards a volcanic island of Italy. As Speedwagon attempts to stop Joseph by telling him about Lisa Lisa, the feathers that Kars had launched on JoJo's plane turn into piranhas, which cause the plane to ignite and start to dive into the island. Joseph uses his parachute to lure Kars into the path of the plane as it heads towards the volcano's crater. Kars attempts to escape, but Stroheim appears inside the plane and stops him. He rescues Joseph once the plane explodes by sacrifices his own robotic legs when they hit the ground. The volcano begins to erupt, and Kars is flung into the lava and begins to melt.
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The Man Who Became a God
(神となった男 Kami to Natta Otoko)
Japan: April 6, 2013
United States of America: April 16, 2017
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Joseph's victory, along with his arm, is cut short when Kars manages to survive the volcano by forming a shield of air bubbles to protect him from its deadly lava. Joseph attempts to fight back, but becomes shocked to discover that Kars has also learned how to use the Ripple, and at a potency one hundred times more powerful than JoJo's, causing the protagonist's leg to start melting away. As Kars prepares to kill JoJo using his Ripple, JoJo subconsciously holds up the Red Stone of Aja just as Kars is about to strike, causing the island to erupt, launching both JoJo and Kars into the sky. Distracted by JoJo's severed arm hitting him, Kars is launched further into the sky by volcanic debris, pushing him outside of the Earth's gravitational pull. His body freezes, and with being unable to move and unable to die, Kars eventually stops thinking. JoJo miraculously survives re-entry and goes on to marry Suzi Q. Over 50 years later, JoJo is seen preparing to board a flight to Japan to see his daughter. Meanwhile, in a dark prison cell, a young man sits ominously.

Schedules

Network Air Time
Tokyo MX (Oct 5, 2012) Fridays at 24:30
MBS (Oct 6, 2012) Saturdays at 25:58
CBC (Oct 10, 2012) Wednesdays at 26:30
TBC (Oct 9, 2012) Tuesdays at 25:30
RKB (Oct 8, 2012) Mondays at 26:00
BS11 (Oct 12, 2012) Fridays at 24:00
Animax (Jan 29, 2013) Tuesdays at 19:30
(repeats 22:30 - 27:30)
au Hikari Fridays at 24:00
J:COM Fridays at 24:00
Tsutaya TV Tuesdays at 24:00
Nico Nico TV Thursdays at 12:00
Nico Nico Live Thursdays at 23:00
Bandai Channel Thursdays at 12:00
Hikari TV Fridays at 24:00
Video Unlimited Fridays at 12:00
Toonami (Oct 15, 2016) Saturdays at 12:30

Soundtracks

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O.S.T Vol. 1
Destiny
24 tracks
Hayato Matsuo
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O.S.T Vol. 2
Future
25 tracks
Hayato Matsuo
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O.S.T Vol. 3
Musik
22 tracks
Taku Iwasaki
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O.S.T Vol. 4
Leicht Verwendbar
26 tracks
Taku Iwasaki

Opening Themes

Ending theme

Credits

Staff
Original Work (原作)
荒木 飛呂彦
Director (ディレクター)
津田 尚克
Series Director (シリーズディレクター)
鈴木 健一
Visual Director (ビジュアルディレクター)
ソエジマ ヤスフミ
Art Director (美術監督)
Shunichiro Yoshihara
山田 和弘
Sound Director (音響監督)
Yoshikazu Iwanami
岩浪 美和
Sound Work (音響制作)
Studio Mausu
スタジオマウス
Sound Effects (音響効果)
Phantom Blood
Ijo Okuda
奥田 維城
Battle Tendency
小山 恭正
Photography Director (撮影監督)
Kazuhiro Yamada
吉原 俊一郎
Editing (編集)
Kiyoshi Hirose
廣瀬 清志
Executive Producer (制作統括)
Taito Okiura
沖浦 泰斗
Producer (制作)
Hiroyuki Omori
大森 啓幸
Jun Fukuda
福田 純
Ryosuke Mori
森 亮介
Toshiyasu Hayashi
林 俊安
Assistant Producer (アシスタントプロデューサー)
Akihiko Okada
岡田 昭彦
Takashi Takano
高野 貴志
Yuko Kawae
河江 優子
Series Composition (シリーズ構成)
小林 靖子
Character Design (キャラクターデザイン)
清水 貴子
Sub-Character Design (サブキャラクターデザイン)
町田 真一
Prop Design (プロップデザイン)
町田 真一
Color Design (色彩設計)
Eriko Murata
村田 恵里子
Music (音楽)
Phantom Blood
Hayato Matsuo
松尾 早人
Battle Tendency
Taku Iwasaki
岩崎 琢

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Phantom Blood Volume 1 Cover
  • The key art used for the first part of the anime, featuring Jonathan Joestar and Dio Brando, is based on the cover used for the first volume of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga. The cover was also used for the series debut in Weekly Shonen Jump magazine.
  • Compared to future seasons, the Blu-Ray Disc versions of only season 1 are streamed on Crunchyroll. This is likely due to the website obtaining the license well after the anime finished airing, contrasting with the hour-delay upload schedules of succeeding parts.
  • Producer Hisataka Kasama appointed two directors for the series: Naokatsu Tsuda and Kenichi Suzuki, which is unusual for an anime. It is because Kasama felt that it would be difficult for one person to adapt Hirohiko Araki's work and so he chose Tsuda because he was "a good comedic director" and Suzuki was a "good action director". Naokatsu Tsuda says that if he had been asked to direct the anime by himself, then he might have refused, but he felt reassured to have a partner for this role.[5]

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