JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable

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This article is about the 2016 anime. For the 2017 film of the same name, see Diamond is Unbreakable (film).

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 ダイヤモンドは砕けない JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Daiyamondo wa Kudakenai) is the third season of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure TV Anime, produced by David Production.

Summary

Season three adapts the fourth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Diamond is Unbreakable. It was confirmed at the end of "The Last Crusaders" event for the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders anime in Tokyo on October 24, 2015. The series aired from April 1, 2016 to December 23, 2016. An original video animation titled Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe was made available to those who purchased every Blu-Ray disc release of the series.

Media distribution services Crunchyroll and Viz have obtained the streaming license for the anime, which is available for viewing on Crunchyroll's website and Viz's website.

On July 6, 2018, it was confirmed that the English dub would air on Adult Swim. The dubbed season broadcast on Toonami from Saturday, August 18, 2018 until June 8, 2019. On May 26, 2021, the season was made available on Netflix.

Cast

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

JosukeAvAnim.png CrazyDiamondAvAnim.png

Protagonist
Crazy Diamond

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yuki Ono (Teen)
Yō Taichi (Child)

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Billy Kametz (Teen)
Maureen Price (Child)

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Luis Fernando Orozco
Gabo Juárez (Crazy Diamond)

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Alex De Porrata

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Yuri Chesman

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Sorawit Tongteng

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Amadeus Strobl

KoichiAvAnim4.png EchoesAvAnim.gif

Ally
Echoes

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yuki Kaji

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Zach Aguilar

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Diego Becerril

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Xavier Castañer

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Daniel Figueira

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Manassawin Malevong

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Vincent Borko

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Ally (former villain)
The Hand

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Wataru Takagi (Teen)
Konami Saitō (Child)

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Jalen K. Cassell

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Miguel Ángel Ruiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
David Jenner (Teen)
Tatiana Supervia (Child)

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Nestor Chiesse (Teen)
Rodrigo Cagiano (Child)

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Rattanachai Luengwongngam

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Daniel Zillmann (Teen)
Ness Gerung (Child)

RohanAvAnim.png HeavensDoorAvAnim.png

Ally (former villain)
Heaven's Door

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Takahiro Sakurai

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Vic Mignogna

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Irwin Daayán

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Daniel Oliver

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Michel Di Fiori

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Apichit Likhitlimpreecha

Germany Voice Actor(s):
René Dawn-Claude

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Ally
Star Platinum

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Daisuke Ono

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Matthew Mercer

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Irwin Daayán

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Nacho de Porrata

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Wilken Mazzei

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Prapat Sintoppavorakul

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Uwe Thomsen

TomokoAvAnim.pngNeutral

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Megumi Toyoguchi (Ep 1-15)
Shizuka Itō (Ep 31-39)

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Allegra Clark

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Karla Falcón

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Eva Ordeig

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Márcia Regina

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Anke Kortemeier

RyoheiAvAnim.pngAlly

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Katsuhisa Hōki

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Michael Sorich

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Armando Coria

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Tasio Alonso

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Renato Marcio

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Peter Reinhardt

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Unnamed Stand

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Naomi Kusumi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Kellen Goff

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Dan Osorio

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Jordi Pineda

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Ricardo Fabio

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marco Kröger

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Ally
Hermit Purple

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Unsho Ishizuka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Richard Epcar

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Raúl Anaya

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ramón Rocabayera

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Mauro Ramos

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Chakkrit Hanwichai

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Torsten Münchow

ReimiAvAnim.pngAlly

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Sayuri Hara

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Kira Buckland

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mariana Ortiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Tatiana Supervia

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Gabriela Milani

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Noppawan Hemabutra

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Özge Kayalar

ArnoldAvAnim.pngAlly

Japan Voice Actor(s):
N/A

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Spain Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Germany Voice Actor(s):
N/A

HayatoAvAnim.pngAlly

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Rina Satō

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Laura Stahl

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Oliver Díaz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Nuria Samsó

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Marina Santana

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Nimman Chunhacha

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Magdalena Höfner

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Ally (former villain)
Love Deluxe

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Mamiko Noto

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Faye Mata

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Vianney Monroy

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Rosa Moyano

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Giovanna Calegaretti

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Nantanaporn Prasomsri

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Lena Schmidtke

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Ally (former villain)
Harvest

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kappei Yamaguchi

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Brian Beacock

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Mauricio Pérez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Xadi Mouslemeni Mateu

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Bruno Marçal

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Siravich Lekkan

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Patrick Keller

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Ally
Earth Wind and Fire

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yasuyuki Kase

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Mark Whitten

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Rolando de la Fuente

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Juan Miguel Díez

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Silas Borgers

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Timo Weisschnur

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Ally (former villain)
Highway Star

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kishō Taniyama

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Phillip Reich

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Christian Strempler

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Angel del Río
Tasio Alonso (Highway Star)

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Marco Ribeiro

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Tavil Wisanbanawit

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Roman Wolko

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Neutral
Pearl Jam

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Tokuyoshi Kawashima

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

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Fabián Rétiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Pedro López

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Spencer Toth

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Marc Skanderbeg

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Neutral
Cinderella

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Sayaka Ohara

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Katelyn Gault

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Cony Madera

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Núria Cabiró

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Fernanda Barone

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Dina Kürten

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Neutral
Achtung Baby

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Taeko Kawata

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Kaitlyn Robrock

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Spain Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Agatha Paulita

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Ness Gerung

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Ayumi Nagao

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Morgan Berry

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Gabriela Guzmán

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Julia Chalmeta

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Melissa Lucena

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Julia Blankenburg

AyanaAvAnim.pngNeutral

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Hana Takeda

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Maureen Price

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Gabriela Ortiz

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Núria Cabiró

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Priscila Ferreira

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Maria Burghardt

AngeloAvAnim.png AquaNecklaceAvAnim.png

Villain
Aqua Necklace

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kenji Hamada

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Lex Lang

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Óscar Rangel
Dafnis Fernández (Aqua Necklace)

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Toni Mora

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
César Emilio

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Suparp Chaiwisutthikul

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Dirk Bublies

KeichoAvAnim.png BadCompanyAvAnim.png

Villain
Bad Company

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Tomoyuki Shimura (Teen)
Mariko Higashiuchi (Child)

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Jason Marnocha (Teen)
Morgan Berry (Child)

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Luis Navarro

Spain Voice Actor(s):
David Jenner (Teen)
Julia Chalmeta (Child)

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Sérgio Moreno

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kaiwan Wattanakrai

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Torben Liebrecht

TamamiAvAnim.png TheLockAvAnim.png

Neutral (former villain)
The Lock

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Satoshi Tsuruoka

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Frank Todaro

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
César Garduza

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Enrique Hernández
Angel del Río (Ep 39)

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Tatá Guarnieri

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Pipat Boonsittilert

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Björn Schalla

HazamadaAvAnim.png SurfaceAvAnim.png

Neutral (former villain)
Surface

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Hiroki Shimowada

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Lucien Dodge

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Arturo Cataño

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Jordi Navarro

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Vitor Mello

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Imme Aldag

AkiraAvAnim.png RedHotChilliPepperAvAnim.png

Villain
Red Hot Chili Pepper

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Showtaro Morikubo

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Andrew Russell

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Miguel de León
Víctor Ruiz (Red Hot Chili Pepper)

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Angel del Río

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Heitor Assali

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Apichat Samutkhiri

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Rainer Fritzsche

MushikuiAvAnim.png RattAvAnim.png

Villain
Ratt

Japan Voice Actor(s):
N/A

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Spain Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Germany Voice Actor(s):
N/A

KiraAvAnim.gif KillerQueenAvAnim.png

Main Antagonist
Killer Queen

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Toshiyuki Morikawa

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
D. C. Douglas

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
José Gilberto Vilchis
Óscar López (Sheer Heart Attack)

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Artur Rius

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Márcio Marconato

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Komsan Ratanakornbordee

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Gerrit Hamann

YoshihiroAvAnim.png AtomHeartFatherAvAnim.png

Villain
Atom Heart Father

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Shigeru Chiba

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

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Herman López
Jesús Cortés (Episodes 31-38)

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Pedro López

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Luiz Carlos de Moraes

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Gerald Schaale

TamaAvAnim.png StrayCatAvAnim.png

Neutral
Stray Cat

Japan Voice Actor(s):
N/A

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Spain Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
N/A

Germany Voice Actor(s):
N/A

OyanagiAvAnim.png BoyIIManAvAnim.png

Neutral (former villain)
Boy II Man

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Chika Sakamoto

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Laila Berzins

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Javier Olguín

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Julia Chalmeta

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
João Vitor Mafra

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Giovanna Winterfeldt

ToyohiroAvAnim.png SuperFlyAvAnim.png

Neutral (former villain)
Super Fly

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kōichi Tōchika

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Sean Chiplock

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Ricardo Bautista
Juan Carlos González (Episode 39)

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Enrique Hernández

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Pierre Bittencourt

TerunosukeAvAnim.png EnigmaAvAnim.png

Villain
Enigma

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Kengo Kawanishi

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

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Roberto Salguero

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Jordi Navarro

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Sérgio Cantú

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Chalermphon Phatkadee

MazasoAvAnim.png CheapTrickAvAnim.png

Neutral (Villain Stand)
Cheap Trick

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Makoto Ishii

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Stefan Martello

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Emilio Treviño

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Pedro López

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Renan Alonso
Francisco Freitas (Cheap Trick)

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Japan Voice Actor(s):
Toru Okawa

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

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Osvaldo Trejo
Tommy Rojas

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Tasio Alonso

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Armando Tiraboschi

Flag of Thailand Voice Actor(s):
Kaiwan Wattanakrai

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Armin Schlagwein

ShinobuAvAnim.pngNeutral

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Yū Shimamura

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Jennifer Losi

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Miriam Aceves

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Ana Romano

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Priscila Franco

Germany Voice Actor(s):
Manja Doering

AkemiAvAnime.pngNeutral

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Aoi Koga

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Deneen Melody

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Wendy Malvárez

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Tatiana Supervia

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Andressa Andreatto

YoshieAvAnime.pngNeutral

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Juri Kimura

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Allegra Clark

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Ximena de Anda

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Núria Cabiró

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Adriana Chiovatto

ReikoAvAnime.pngNeutral

Japan Voice Actor(s):
Minami Shinoda

United States of America Voice Actor(s):
Jennifer Losi

Mexico Voice Actor(s):
Angélica Villa

Spain Voice Actor(s):
Julia Chalmeta

Brazil Voice Actor(s):
Thaís Durães

Episode List

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Episode Title
Airdate
1
Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata
(空条承太郎!東方仗助に会う Kūjō Jōtarō! Higashikata Jōsuke ni Au)
Japan: April 2, 2016
United States of America: August 19, 2018
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In April 1999, roughly ten years after his battle against DIO, Jotaro Kujo travels to the town of Morioh to look for a boy named Josuke Higashikata. After first running into a timid boy named Koichi Hirose, Jotaro comes across Josuke as he fights with some upperclassmen who injured a turtle and insulted his hairstyle, discovering that he possesses a Stand that has the power to heal wounds. Jotaro then introduces himself, revealing to Josuke that he is the illegitimate son of his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, thus technically making him Jotaro's uncle. When Jotaro inadvertently insults his hairstyle, Josuke brings out his Stand Crazy Diamond against Jotaro, who narrowly avoids serious injury thanks to his Star Platinum's ability to temporarily stop time. Afterwards, Jotaro warns Josuke about a dangerous Stand user and serial killer named Anjuro "Angelo" Katagiri who is hiding out in town. The next day, as Josuke encounters a convenience store robbery the next day, he steps in after his hair is insulted again and uses Crazy Diamond to save the store clerk and implant the burglar's knife inside the man's own body. Just then, Josuke discovers that the burglar was being possessed by Angelo's Stand, Aqua Necklace, after which Angelo threatens to kill Jotaro and his family.
2
Josuke Higashikata! Meets Angelo
(東方仗助!アンジェロに会う Higashikata Jōsuke! Anjero ni Au)
Japan: April 9, 2016
United States of America: August 26, 2018
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Angelo sneaks Aqua Necklace into the Higashikata residence in the hope of killing Josuke's mother Tomoko, but Josuke manages to catch it before it can kill her and trap it inside a bottle. When Josuke's grandfather Ryohei comes home, however, Angelo, remembering that Ryohei was the one who put him in jail, tricks him into setting Aqua Necklace free and kills him. Josuke uses Crazy Diamond's ability to heal Ryohei's wounds but is saddened to discover that his power can't bring back those who have already died. As Josuke and Jotaro spend the next few days thinking of a plan to stop Angelo, they become surrounded after a rain storm floods the house, allowing Aqua Necklace to move freely through puddles and mist. Angelo attempts to kill Josuke by sending Aqua Necklace through a humidifier into its mouth, but Josuke traps it in a rubber glove he had swallowed earlier. Upon finding Angelo's physical body, Josuke takes revenge for his grandfather by trapping Angelo in a rock.
3
The Nijimura Brothers, Part 1
(虹村兄弟 その1 Nijimura Kyōdai Sono 1)
Japan: April 16, 2016
United States of America: September 9, 2018
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Angelo reveals to Josuke and Jotaro that he received his Stand ability from a man in a school uniform who shot him with a mysterious bow and arrow, mentioning Dio's name. Angelo attempts to use this discussion to distract the two and attack a nearby child with Aqua Necklace, but Josuke further merges him with the rock, permanently transforming him into the "Angelo Stone". Realizing that the bow and arrow may be what originally gave Dio his Stand, Jotaro decides to stay in Morioh to investigate. The next day, as Josuke and Koichi pass by what should be an abandoned house near Josuke's house, Koichi is attacked the Nijimura brothers, Okuyasu and Keicho, the latter of whom shoots an arrow through Koichi's neck. Before Josuke can rush to Koichi's aid, he is confronted by Okuyasu and his Stand The Hand, which can erase anything its right hand touches and instantly close the gap. Josuke uses this to his advantage by tricking Okuyasu into removing the space between him and some potted plants, which launch towards him and knock him out, allowing Josuke to move on inside the house.
4
The Nijimura Brothers, Part 2
(虹村兄弟 その2 Nijimura Kyōdai Sono 2)
Japan: April 23, 2016
United States of America: September 16, 2018
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As Josuke enters the house, Keicho attempts to attack him with his Stand Bad Company, but hits Okuyasu instead. After Josuke decides to heal his wounds, Okuyasu repays the favor by helping him recover Koichi from a booby-trapped room, allowing Josuke to save him in time. As Josuke and Koichi attempt to escape from Bad Company, an entire army of toy soldiers complete with tanks and helicopters, Josuke discovers that the arrow Keicho shot Koichi with has given him a Stand ability. After Keicho forces Koichi to bring out his Stand, which appears to just be a seemingly useless egg, he once again targets Josuke, but Josuke uses Crazy Diamond's ability to fire Bad Company's own missiles back at Keicho.
5
The Nijimura Brothers, Part 3
(虹村兄弟 その3 Nijimura Kyōdai Sono 3)
Japan: April 30, 2016
United States of America: September 23, 2018
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While searching the attic for the bow and arrow, Josuke and Koichi discover a mutated creature who is revealed to Okuyasu and Keicho's father. Keicho reveals that his father with once a servant under Dio, but following Dio's death, the flesh bud that was implanted into him mutated him into a monster that cannot be killed by conventional means. Keicho explains that he had been creating new Stand users in the hopes of finding an ability that can kill his father, who has been doing nothing but searching through an old chest. Using Crazy Diamond's ability, Josuke discovers that the father was searching for a torn up photograph of his family, hinting that he still retains memories of his old life. Just as Josuke offers to help Keicho and Okuyasu find a way to cure their father in exchange for the bow and arrow, Keicho is attacked the electrical Stand Red Hot Chili Pepper, who steals the bow and arrow and kills Keicho by dragging him through an electrical outlet. As Jotaro receives a warning from Red Hot Chili Pepper's user not to interfere any further, Okuyasu decides to befriend Josuke and go to school with him.
6
Koichi Hirose (Echoes)
(広瀬康一(エコーズ) Hirose Kōichi (Ekōzu))
Japan: May 7, 2016
United States of America: September 30, 2018
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Koichi rides his bike on his way to school, and unintentionally runs over what he thinks is a cat in a burlap sack. Nearby, the cat's alleged owner Tamami Kobayashi tries to blackmail Koichi into paying for the cat, bringing out his Stand The Lock to literally weigh Koichi down with his own guilt. Okuyasu and Josuke soon arrive to help him, but Kobayashi tricks Okuyasu into feeling guilty for punching him and knocking him down and falling under the thrall of The Lock. However, Josuke discovers that the cat was fake and also heals Kobayashi's injuries, freeing both Koichi and Okuyasu, though Kobayashi still gets away with all of Koichi's money. Upon arriving home, Koichi is shocked to find Kobayashi, who tricks his mother into thinking Koichi had stolen from him and puts both her and Koichi's sister under The Lock's power. Koichi's anger towards Kobayashi leads his Stand egg to hatch into Echoes, which initially appears to have no physical strength. However, Kobayashi discovers Echoes' true ability is to plant literal sound effects, driving him crazy with repeated sounds. Kobayashi tries to take his revenge by tricking Koichi's mother and sister into thinking Koichi had stabbed him, aiming to drive Koichi's mother to kill herself. However, Koichi manages to use Echoes' ability to convince his mother to believe in him, ultimately freeing both her and his sister from The Lock's power. Following his ordeal, Kobayashi resigns himself to be Koichi's servant.
7
Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface)
(間田敏和(サーフィス) Hazamada Toshikazu (Sāfisu))
Japan: May 14, 2016
United States of America: October 7, 2018
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Kobayashi informs Josuke and Koichi about a Stand user in their school named Toshikazu Hazamada who allegedly caused his friend to gouge his own eye out. While investigating Hazamada's locker, Josuke comes across a wooden dummy which turns out to be Hazamada's Stand Surface, which turns into a copy of Josuke and takes control of his movements. After seemingly defeating both Josuke and Koichi, Hazamada aims to use his copy of Josuke to lure Jotaro into a trap. Having used their respective abilities to protect each other from Hazamada's attack, Josuke and Koichi use their Stands' powers to meet up with Jotaro before Hazamada and Surface. Just then, Hazamada has Surface take control of Josuke and tries to have him kill Jotaro in his stead. However, he is stopped by two bikers who he had attacked on the way to meeting place, who dish out their revenge after learning of his plans from Josuke.
8
Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1
(山岸由花子は恋をする その1 Yamagishi Yukako wa Koi o Suru Sono 1)
Japan: May 21, 2016
United States of America: October 14, 2018
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Koichi meets with classmate Yukako Yamagishi who confesses her love for him, but also loses her temper at the thought of being turned down. When she leaves, Koichi realizes that her hair has been left behind in his drink. The next day, after she apologizes to Koichi, Yukako confronts the class representative after she insulted Koichi in front of her, and uses her Stand Love Deluxe, which allows her to control her own hair, to attempt to burn the class rep alive, until Josuke and Okuyasu arrive to save her. The two warn Koichi of Yukako's Stand and encourage him to try to become a delinquent so she loses interest. Their plans backfire when Yukako kidnaps Koichi and uses his recently-failed English test as proof of the rumors Josuke and Okuyasu tried to spread about Koichi. She holds him hostage in an abandoned summer villa, torturing him in her attempts to mold him into the perfect gentleman.
9
Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 2
(山岸由花子は恋をする その2 Yamagishi Yukako wa Koi o Suru Sono 2)
Japan: May 28, 2016
United States of America: October 21, 2018
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While looking for a way to escape, Koichi manages to find a nearby payphone, and he uses Echoes' ability to trick Yukako into contacting Josuke, which clues him and Okuyasu in on their location. As Koichi attempts to survive Yukako's fury until Josuke arrives, Echoes transforms into a new form, Echoes Act 2, which can turn the sound effects it writes into real actions when touched. Yukako endures several counterattacks from Koichi's new Stand ability, but when she is literally blown away onto a nearby cliff, Echoes realizes that the edge she has landed on is about to crack and fall. Yukako believes it is only a trick and continues her attack, until the cliff gives way and she falls to the sharp rocks below and to what she believes is her death. However, Echoes Act 2 had already put a bouncy sound effect on the rocks, thus saving her life. As Koichi reunites with Josuke and Koichi, Yukako gains an all-new admiration for Koichi as he had saved her even after all she put him through.
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Let's Go Eat Some Italian Food
(イタリア料理を食べに行こう Itaria Ryōri o Tabe ni Ikō)
Japan: June 4, 2016
United States of America: October 28, 2018
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On the way to Keicho's grave, Josuke and Okuyasu visit an Italian restaurant run by Chef Tonio Trussardi, who makes dishes based on the observations of his customers. He even astutely notices that Okuyasu did not get enough sleep, has a sore shoulder, cavities, a stomach ache, and athlete's foot. However, Josuke suspects things are not what they seem when Okuyasu begins reacting strangely to all the food Tonio serves them as his body reacts violently, but then his various maladies are cured. Josuke uses Crazy Diamond on one of the dishes to restore it to its original state, revealing Tonio's Stand Pearl Jam. Josuke believes it is a trap and tries to confront Tonio before Okuyasu is served the next dish, but Tonio apparently attacks him and Okuyasu gorges himself on a dish that Josuke just saw a puppy eat before it was disemboweled by Pearl Jam's powers. However, Tonio is just upset that Josuke went into the kitchen without washing his hands, revealing he uses his Stand to help people, and both Okuyasu and the puppy are cured of their stomach troubles. As Okuyasu finishes his meal and Josuke cleans the kitchen, elsewhere Jotaro meets with a representative of the Speedwagon Foundation who informs him Joseph Joestar is on his way to Morioh.
11
Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 1
(レッド・ホット・チリ・ペッパー その1 Reddo Hotto Chiri Peppā Sono 1)
Japan: June 11, 2016
United States of America: November 4, 2018
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While Josuke plays video games, he is ambushed by Red Hot Chili Pepper, who not only reveals he has been spying on him and his friends, but also has come to fight him in order to see if he is strong enough to take on Jotaro and Star Platinum. Despite Crazy Diamond's show of strength and speed, but Chili Pepper manages to show off his own strength before retreating. The next day, Jotaro calls on Josuke, Okuyasu, and Koichi to inform them that Joseph, whose Hermit Purple Stand can potentially detect Chili Pepper's user, is due to arrive at the port. Just then, Chili Pepper appears from Okuyasu's motorcycle's battery, having heard the whole conversation. He uses the motorcycle to escape to the port, but Okuyasu manages to stop him with The Hand's ability to cut through space-time. Chili Pepper is severely weakened but manages to trick Okuyasu into attacking him once more, revealing an underground electrical cable that makes him stronger. He attacks, severing Okuyasu's arm in the process, and drags the rest of his body into the cable. Luckily, Josuke manages to use Crazy Diamond on Okuyasu's arm, which takes his body away from Chili Pepper before he can be killed and heals him, before Josuke and Jotaro head to the port to save Joseph from the ambush.
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Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 2
(レッド・ホット・チリ・ペッパー その2 Reddo Hotto Chiri Peppā Sono 2)
Japan: June 18, 2016
United States of America: November 11, 2018
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Jotaro and Okuyasu head off to rendezvous with Joseph's ship while Josuke and Koichi stay on the docks, where they are confronted by Chili Pepper's user, Akira Otoishi. Otoishi hides Chili Pepper in the underground wires to launch surprise attacks on Josuke from all directions, but Josuke manages to turn the surrounding concrete back into coal tar, allowing him to predict Chili Pepper's movements. Angered, Otoishi uses all the electricity in Morioh Town in order to power Chili Pepper up. However, Josuke manages to trap Chili Pepper in a tire and trick into bursting out, causing the air inside to blow him into the ocean where he disperses. Otoishi manages to survive and sneak onto Joseph's boat disguised as a member of the Speedwagon Foundation, but Okuyasu manages to stop him, allowing Josuke to finally meet his father.
13
We Picked Up Something Crazy!
(やばいものを拾ったっス! Yabaimono o Hirottassu!)
Japan: June 25, 2016
United States of America: November 25, 2018
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Following Otoishi's defeat, Jotaro manages to retrieve the bow and arrow, though urges the others to be careful of any Stand users that were created. As Josuke tries to escort Joseph back to his house to meet Tomoko, Joseph comes across what appears to be an invisible baby girl, which he believes had unknowingly become a Stand user. After spending a fortune on baby supplies, Joseph tries to dress up the baby, only for her ability to start making everything within a radius, including Joseph's hand, invisible as well when she starts crying. Things get hectic when Joseph accidentally knocks the baby into the river. Feeling guilty, Joseph decides to slit his wrist in order to use his blood to reveal the baby's location, allowing Josuke to rescue her. Initially mad with him, Josuke comes to admire Joseph until he realizes how much he spent on baby supplies.
14
Let's Go to the Manga Artist's House, Part 1
(漫画家のうちへ遊びに行こう その1 Mangaka no Uchi e Asobi ni Ikō Sono 1)
Japan: July 2, 2016
United States of America: December 2, 2018
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Hazamada brings Koichi to the home of famed manga artist Rohan Kishibe, who gives them a tour of his studio. Despite being creeped out by how far Rohan goes to perfect his manga, Koichi and Hazamada can't resist the chance to sneak a peek at his new manuscript. The moment they do, however, they fall under the power of Rohan's Stand, Heaven's Door, which allows him to open their bodies like a book and read all of their secrets. After learning of Koichi's encounters with Stand users, Rohan writes a safety lock in one of Koichi's pages, preventing Koichi from attacking him. He then proceeds to take pages from both Koichi and Hazamada as material for his manga, leaving them with no memory of what just happened. That night, Koichi senses something amiss when he discovers he's lost 20kg, but suddenly forgets about it just as he prepares to inform Josuke. The next day, Koichi finds himself at Rohan's house again, with Josuke and Okuyasu following closely behind.
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Let's Go to the Manga Artist's House, Part 2
(漫画家のうちへ遊びに行こう その2 Mangaka no Uchi e Asobi ni Ikō Sono 2)
Japan: July 9, 2016
United States of America: December 9, 2018
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As Rohan plans to keep taking pages from Koichi to inspire his manga works, the safety lock written inside Koichi prevents him from asking Josuke and Okuyasu for help. However, Josuke and Okuyasu manage to deduce what's happening from a wound on Koichi's hand and head inside Rohan's house. Rohan uses his manuscript to put Okuyasu under Heaven's Door's power, writing a safety lock that will cause him to commit suicide if Josuke tries to help him. Rohan then insults Josuke's hairstyle in order to provoke him into opening his eyes and viewing his manuscript, but this fails as Josuke is literally blinded by his rage that he doesn't even notice the manuscript. As Josuke beats Rohan to a pulp, Koichi explains that when Josuke came down with a fever when he was four years old, it was a student with a pompadour hairstyle who helped him and his mother get to a hospital in the middle of a blizzard, inspiring Josuke to copy his hairstyle and take offense to anyone who insults it.
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Let's Go Hunting!
(「狩り(ハンティング)」に行こう! "Hantingu" ni Ikō!)
Japan: July 16, 2016
United States of America: December 16, 2018
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Jotaro brings Josuke along with him to track down a rat that had been turned into a Stand user by Otoishi, teaching him how to fire ball bearings. During their search, the pair discover several rat corpses that had been melted from the inside and merged together into a gelatinous flesh cube. Investigating an abandoned house, Josuke comes up against the rat, who had merged the home's owners together. Withstanding Josuke's initial attack, the rat attacks with its Stand, Ratt, before it succumbs to its injuries and dies. However, Jotaro then reveals that he had encountered a second rat with the same ability, which escapes out of the house. While pursuing the second rat, which Jotaro names Bug-Eaten, Josuke falls into a trap and gets hit by one of Ratt's needles, though is saved thanks to Jotaro's time stopping ability. Jotaro then uses himself as bait to lure out Bug-Eaten, tasking Josuke with pinpointing its location and shooting it. Despite the pressure put on him by Jotaro's increasing injuries, Josuke manages to focus and lure Bug-Eaten out into the open, allowing him to successfully make the kill shot.
17
Rohan Kishibe's Adventure
(岸辺露伴の冒険 Kishibe Rohan no Bōken)
Japan: July 23, 2016
United States of America: January 6, 2019
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Noticing a mysterious alleyway that isn't marked on the town map, Rohan brings Koichi along to investigate. As they keep going around corners, they keep finding themselves on the same street with a mailbox. They are then approached by a girl named Reimi Sugimoto who reveals that both she and her dog Arnold are ghosts who were murdered fifteen years ago. Explaining that the alleyway is a realm between the worlds of the living and the dead, Reimi informs the others that the man who murdered her has been secretly killing others and asks them to stop him. After they agree, Reimi points them towards the exit, warning them not to turn around as they will be pulled into the afterlife by dark spirits. Just as they near the exit, the spirits trick Koichi into turning around, but Rohan manages to use Heaven's Door to get both of them to safety. Afterwards, Rohan meets an old man at Reimi's grave, learning that he was once friends with Reimi, who had saved him from being murdered as well. Meanwhile, as Koichi informs Josuke and Okuyasu about the murder, a man named Yoshikage Kira drives home with a woman's severed hand.
18
Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1
(「重ちー」の収穫(ハーヴェスト) その1 "Shigechī" no Hāvesuto Sono 1)
Japan: July 30, 2016
United States of America: January 13, 2019
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Josuke and Okuyasu spot a group of hornet-shaped Stands, known as Harvest, picking up loose change and chase them back to its user, a middle school student named Shigekiyo Yangu. Learning how much money Shigekiyo made just from loose change, Josuke and Okuyasu strike up a business friendship with him, using Harvest to search for discarded stickers and vouchers that can be exchanged for larger cash rewards. During their search, the boys manage to find a winning lottery ticket with a 5-million yen jackpot, a prize Shigekiyo is reluctant to share with Josuke and Okuyasu.
19
Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2
(「重ちー」の収穫(ハーヴェスト) その2 "Shigechī" no Hāvesuto Sono 2)
Japan: August 6, 2016
United States of America: January 20, 2019
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Josuke, Okuyasu, and Shigekiyo go to the bank to collect the lottery reward, where the bankteller finds a name and number written on the back of the ticket. Just as the teller contacts the person written on the ticket, Josuke uses Crazy Diamond's power to change the name on the ticket, allowing the boys to successfully claim the promissary note for the prize. However, when Shigekiyo tries to claim the prize for himself, he sets his Harvest after Josuke and Okuyasu when they try to stop him. As the two chase after Shigekiyo, he uses Harvest to inject alcohol into their veins, causing them to become drunk and defenseless. Outnumbered by Harvest, Okuyasu uses the lure of money to draw Shigekiyo close enough to take back the prize, which Josuke rips into shreds and sends into the wind in order to scatter Harvest and leave Shigekiyo defenseless. After some proper motivation from Josuke, Shigekiyo agrees to split the money evenly.
20
Yukako Yamagishi Dreams of Cinderella
(山岸由花子はシンデレラに憧れる Yamagishi Yukako wa Shinderera ni Akogareru)
Japan: August 13, 2016
United States of America: January 27, 2019
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While downhearted over Koichi, Yukako comes across a aesthetician named Aya Tsuji, who uses her Stand, Cinderella, to remodel her face slightly so that Koichi will fall in the love with her. Finding the treatment effective but temporary, Yukako undergoes a full body treatment despite knowing of Aya's Stand, which replaces entire parts of her body. After a moment of luck, Yukako manages to get a kiss from Koichi, who starts to fall in love with her. However, after forgetting to apply a lipstick that needed to be applied periodically, Yukako's modification start to fall apart, leaving her without even her original face. When Koichi arrives, managing to recognize Yukako from her personality, Aya challenges Yukako with picking her own face out of several copies she has made, with the wrong one doomed to leave her ugly forever. As Yukako struggles to find her own face, she leaves the choice to Koichi, who offers to have Aya make him blind if he is wrong. Sensing Koichi's true love for Yukako, Aya, who had originally planned to trick them, allows him to pick the right face and restore Yukako to her original beauty.

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Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly, Part 1
(吉良吉影は静かに暮らしたい その1 Kira Yoshikage wa Shizuka ni Kurashitai Sono 1)
Japan: August 20, 2016
United States of America: February 3, 2019
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Kira goes with one of his victim's severed hand to buy a sandwich, hiding it inside the shop's paper bag. Just then, Shigekiyo, who had bought a sandwich from the same shop, ends up picking up Kira's bag containing the severed hand by mistake. Fearing that the police will trace the hand back to him if discovered, Kira tails Shigekiyo in the hopes of taking his bag before he can look inside. Following him into the gym, Kira is forced to hide when Josuke and Okuyasu show up to eat their lunch as well. Kira manages to get a hold of the bag but is discovered by Shigekiyo after he uses Harvest to search for it, leading to him discovering the hand. Refusing to let Shigekiyo escape alive, Kira brings out his own Stand, Killer Queen.
22
Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly, Part 2
(吉良吉影は静かに暮らしたい その2 Kira Yoshikage wa Shizuka ni Kurashitai Sono 2)
Japan: August 27, 2016
United States of America: February 10, 2019
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Kira uses his Killer Queen's ability to turn anything into a bomb, using a coin to deal heavy damage to Shigekiyo. Shigekiyo attempts to escape in order to reach Josuke, but Kira catches up to him, using a doorknob as a bomb to kill him. In his final moments, Shigekiyo has one of his Harvest bring Josuke a button that came off of Kira's jacket. Having seen Shigekiyo's soul pass by her realm, Reimi confirms to Josuke and the other allied Stand users that Shigekiyo was killed by the same person who murdered her, who they quickly realize is another Stand user. A few days later, Jotaro and Koichi go to a shoe shop where button's is having their jacket repaired. Just as the owner attempts to reveal his customer's name, Kira kills him using his Killer Queen's second bomb, Sheer Heart Attack.
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Sheer Heart Attack, Part 1
(シアーハートアタック その1 Shiā Hāto Atakku Sono 1)
Japan: September 3, 2016
United States of America: February 17, 2019
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Advising Koichi against recklessly chasing after the culprit, Jotaro goes up against Sheer Heart Attack, which proves to be resilient to Star Platinum's attacks. Ignoring Jotaro's warning, Koichi sends Echoes to search for the jacket's owner, only to find he can control Sheer Heart Attack from outside Echoes' range, leaving him open to an attack from Sheer Heart Attack. Deducing that Sheer Heart Attack uses body temperature to determine its primary target, Jotaro uses a fire to lure it away from Koichi, but gets critically injured by its explosion. Thinking things carefully, Koichi manages to use Echoes' ability to distract Sheer Heart Attack while he contacts Josuke. As Koichi is once again pursued, Echoes evolves into its third form, Echoes Act 3, using its new ability to increase Sheer Heart Attack's weight and stop its movements, forcing Kira to set off to retrieve it.
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Sheer Heart Attack, Part 2
(シアーハートアタック その2 Shiā Hāto Atakku Sono 2)
Japan: September 10, 2016
United States of America: February 24, 2019
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While Josuke and Okuyasu make their way to the scene, Kira appears before Koichi, knocking him out of Act 3's range and undoing the gravity on Sheer Heart Attack. Taking advantage of Act 3's limitations, Kira brutally beats Koichi, who uses the opportunity to learn Kira's real name. Just as Kira deals a lethal blow to Koichi and prepares to kill him using Killer Queen, Jotaro manages to stand up long enough to stop Kira and give him a pummeling. As Josuke arrives with Okuyasu to heal Jotaro and Koichi, Kira chops off his own hand to set Sheer Heart Attack loose and escape. Using Crazy Diamond's ability to have Sheer Heart Attack reunite with Kira's hand and try to rejoin his body, Josuke and the others follow it to Salon Cinderella, where they discover Kira has killed Aya after forcing her to replace his face with another person, allowing him to take on a new identity and hide once again.
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Atom Heart Father
(アトム・ハート・ファーザー Atomu Hāto Fāzā)
Japan: September 17, 2016
United States of America: March 3, 2019
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Josuke and the others search through Kira's house, learning that he had been keeping a record of his toenail clippings since his murder of Reimi. Just then, a camera takes a picture of them containing the ghost of Kira's late father, Yoshihiro. Using his Stand, Atom Heart Father, Yoshihiro traps Josuke and Jotaro within the confines of the photograph, with any damage done to the photo dealt to them as well. Jotaro manages to trick Yoshihiro into taking a picture of himself, freeing Josuke and Jotaro and trapping himself in a separate photograph. However, Yoshihiro manages to trick Okuyasu into setting him free, managing to retrieve another arrow that Kira had in his possession as he makes his escape. Elsewhere, Kira begins living under the new identity of the man whose face he stole, Kosaku Kawajiri, moving into his house with his wife Shinobu and their son Hayato.
26
Rock-Paper-Scissors Kid Is Coming!
(ジャンケン小僧がやって来る! Janken Kozō ga Yatte Kuru!)
Japan: September 24, 2016
United States of America: March 10, 2019
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Yoshihiro decides to use the arrow to make more Stand-wielding allies, first using it on a boy named Ken Oyanagi. Ken then pesters Rohan to play Rock paper scissors with him, losing his first match after Rohan uses Heaven's Door to figure out his move. As Ken continues to force Rohan to play RPS with him and manages to win his third match against him, his Stand, Boy II Man, appears and tries to suck in Heaven's Door. Rohan soon learns that Ken's Stand allows him to steal energy from others and keep it if he wins three times out of five, discovering that he has already gained a third of Heaven's Door's ability. Ken then wins the fourth match, gaining more of Heaven's Door's ability and evening the score. After holding on with a pair of ties, Rohan manages to win his third match and retrieve Heaven's Door after borrowing Shizuka the invisible baby from Joseph and having her change what Ken attempted to throw out. Ken attempts to kill himself by jumping in front of the truck, but Rohan manages to use his own brand of luck to save him, convincing Ken to stop using his Stand for evil.
27
I'm an Alien
(ぼくは宇宙人 Boku wa Uchūjin)
Japan: October 1, 2016
United States of America: March 17, 2019
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Josuke and Okuyasu come across a peculiar person named Mikitaka Hazekura who claims to be an alien. Believing his claims to be a joke, Josuke initially suspects him to be a Stand user when he exhibits some strange abilities. However, upon being distressed by the sound of sirens, Mikitaka suddenly transforms his body into a pair of sneakers and flees with Josuke, who realizes he is not a Stand user as he cannot see Crazy Diamond. Looking to take advantage of Mikitaka's transformation ability, Josuke has Mikitaka transform into some dice and challenges Rohan to a game of Cee-lo in the hopes of winning some money off of him. As the match begins, Josuke grows worried when Mikitaka seems to get suspiciously ideal rolls.
28
Highway Star, Part 1
(ハイウェイ・スター その1 Haiwei Sutā Sono 1)
Japan: October 8, 2016
United States of America: March 24, 2019
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Becoming suspicious of Josuke's winning streak, Rohan stabs his own finger, staking two million yen against Josuke's own finger to determine how he is cheating while also calling upon Tamami Kobayashi as an official to prevent Josuke from playing normally. Just as Mikitaka becomes unnerved by sirens and starts to lose his transformation, Rohan is distracted upon discovering he had accidentally set his house on fire, allowing Josuke to escape without being discovered. The next day, while riding a bus through a tunnel with Josuke, Rohan spots a window to a room revealing a man cutting off a woman's hand, believing it to be Kira. Returning to inspect the tunnel, Rohan discovers the room to be an illusional trap, suddenly finding himself attacked by a nutrient-sucking Stand named Highway Star. When Josuke comes to the tunnel, Highway Star tries to use Rohan to lure him into his room. As Josuke ignores Rohan's warnings and enters the room anyway, Rohan sends him flying out of the tunnel, urging him to flee from Highway Star and find his user.
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Highway Star, Part 2
(ハイウェイ・スター その2 Haiwei Sutā Sono 2)
Japan: October 15, 2016
United States of America: March 31, 2019
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Believing there is connection between Highway Star's user and the Futatsumori Tunnel he resided in, Josuke gets in contact with Koichi, who suspects the user to be someone hospitalized from a traffic accident stealing nutrients to heal himself. While Josuke makes his way to the hospital while keeping ahead of Highway Star, Koichi manages to find out the identity of its user, Yuya Fungami. Despite being caught by Highway Star upon reaching Yuya's room, Josuke manages to recover his nutrients with an IV drip, healing Yuya's injuries so he can pummel him without guilt. Meanwhile, at the Kawajiri household, Shinobu finds a British Blue cat hanging around the basement.
30
Cats Love Yoshikage Kira
(猫は吉良吉影が好き Neko wa Kira Yoshikage ga Suki)
Japan: October 22, 2016
United States of America: April 7, 2019
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Upon discovering the cat to have a hole in its throat, Shinobu sends Kira down to the basement, where he discovers the cat had been killed by glass shards during its struggle with Shinobu. After being buried in the garden, the cat mysteriously comes back to life in the form of a strange plant known as Stray Cat, possessing the ability to control air. Discovering Stray Cat to be the cat from earlier and realizing it has a strong grudge against Shinobu, Kira ends up shielding her from its attacks, eventually stopping it by appealing to its cat-like nature. The next day, Hayato discovers Stray Cat while investigating the attic, coming under attack after he exposes him to sunlight. Managing to use Stray Cat's air attacks to put it back to sleep, Hayato barely manages to avoid being discovered by Kira, who he realizes isn't his real father.
31
July 15th (Thursday), Part 1
(7月15日(木) その1 Shigatsu Jū-go-nichi (Moku) Sono 1)
Japan: October 29, 2016
United States of America: April 14, 2019
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Yoshihiro, recognizing Kira in his new appearance, notices he is being followed by Hayato. Later, on July 15th, Josuke and Okuyasu come across Mikitaka, who spots a Stand user named Toyohiro Kanedaichi living on an electrical pylon. When Josuke spots Yoshihiro with him, he steps inside the pylon and falls under the spell of Toyohiro's Stand, Super Fly, becoming trapped inside until someone else takes his place. Josuke and Okuyasu attempt to destroy the pylon, only to discover it dishes out any damage it takes. Wanting to help, Mikitaka confronts Toyohiro, helping Josuke escape but becoming trapped himself. Meanwhile, as something troubling happens in the Higashikata household, Rohan, who had noticed Hayato's behavior, is approached by a strange man.
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July 15th (Thursday), Part 2
(7月15日(木) その2 Shigatsu Jū-go-nichi (Moku) Sono 2)
Japan: November 5, 2016
United States of America: April 21, 2019
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Rohan is greeted by Masazo Kinoto, an architect sent to evaluate the damages done to his house, using his Heaven's Door to find nothing suspicious besides an aversion to people looking at his back. Meanwhile, Josuke climbs up the pylon to rescue Mikitaka and confront Kanedaichi, who uses calculative cuts on the pylon to attack Josuke from all angles. However, Josuke manages to use Crazy Diamond's healing ability to send the bolts of energy back to their origin and defeat Kanedaichi. Resigning himself to stay inside the pylon, Kanedachi reveals that he heard Yoshihiro say that another Stand user has allegedly eliminated Koichi. Enlisting Yuya's help in tracking Koichi's scent in exchange for healing his injuries, Josuke encounters the Stand user, Terunosuke Miyamoto, who unbeknownst to him had used his Stand Enigma to turn Koichi and Tomoko into pieces of paper after witnessing their ticks when they are afraid.
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July 15th (Thursday), Part 3
(7月15日(木) その3 Shigatsu Jū-go-nichi (Moku) Sono 3)
Japan: November 12, 2016
United States of America: April 28, 2019
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Overcome by his curiosity, Rohan lays a trap for Kinoto so he can see his back. The moment he does, however, a Stand possessing its own will named Cheap Trick bursts from Kinoto's back and attaches himself to Rohan's back instead, demanding that he burn the pictures he had taken of Kira suspects. Meanwhile, Miyamoto reveals that he has trapped Koichi in a piece of paper, managing to prompt Josuke into biting his lip and falling under Enigma's power himself, becoming trapped as well as a result. Despite not wanting to get involved, Yuya becomes moved by Josuke's resolve and goes after Miyamoto, encountering several paper-hidden traps that eventually culminates in a shredder that threatens to shred both Josuke and Koichi. Despite being overcome by fear and falling under Enigma's power, Yuya manages to take advantage of his now paper-like state to reach into the shredder and free Josuke and Koichi, who quickly deliver their vengeance on Miyamoto who winds up in the form of a book.
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July 15th (Thursday), Part 4
(7月15日(木) その4 Shigatsu Jū-go-nichi (Moku) Sono 4)
Japan: November 19, 2016
United States of America: May 5, 2019
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Unable to get Koichi to take him seriously without exposing his back and passing Cheap Trick onto him, Rohan attempts to make his way to Morioh Grand Hotel without letting anyone see his back. Cheap Trick attempts to attract several cats and dogs to attack Rohan and witness his back, but they are shooed off by Koichi, who eventually comes to believe Rohan's story. Koichi attempts to forcibly remove Cheap Trick using Echoes ACT3, only to discover that doing so will damage Rohan as well. Despite this, Rohan succeeds in his ultimate goal to lure Cheap Trick into Reimi's Ghost Alley and trick him into turning around, getting dragged into Hell by the alley's hands as a result. Meanwhile, Hayato witnesses Kira killing a couple with his ability and catches it on film, something that Kira is quick to notice. Kira confronts Hayato and prepares to kill him, only for Hayato to reveal he has set up further cameras and videotapes that would threaten to expose his identity.
35
Another One Bites the Dust, Part 1
(アナザーワン バイツァ・ダスト その1 Anazāwan Baitsa Dasuto Sono 1)
Japan: November 26, 2016
United States of America: May 12, 2019
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Kira inadvertently kills Hayato before learning from Yoshihiro that Rohan and the others now have Kosaku Kawajiri as one of their suspects. As Kira becomes anxious over what he should do, he is suddenly impaled by Yoshihiro's Arrow, giving Killer Queen a new ability. The next morning, Hayato appears alive and well, as if nothing had happened to him the previous night, noticing Kira has a strange confidence about his position. Later that morning, Hayato comes across Rohan, who uses Heaven's Door to read his memories. After reading several pages predicting occurrences moments before they happen, Rohan comes across a page revealing Kira's identity. It is at this moment, however, that Kira activates the third bomb that he had implanted in Hayato, Bites the Dust, which is set to kill anyone who learns about Kira's identity through Hayato. As the explosion goes off inside of Rohan's body, Hayato suddenly finds himself sent back in time to an hour earlier due to Bites the Dust's effects.
36
Another One Bites the Dust, Part 2
(アナザーワン バイツァ・ダスト その2 Anazāwan Baitsa Dasuto Sono 2)
Japan: December 3, 2016
United States of America: May 19, 2019
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Hayato tries to avoid meeting Rohan, only to discover the events that occurred last time will still happen even without him being there, resulting in Rohan's death by Bites the Dust's explosion. When Josuke's group arrive at the scene shortly afterwards, Hayato attempts to kill himself to avoid being found out. However, he is stopped by Killer Queen, who sets off Bites the Dust in Josuke and the others and once again returns Hayato to the start of the morning. Realizing that he can only stop Kira by either killing him or forcing him to undo Bites the Dust, Hayato hides Stray Cat in his backpack, launching a surprise attack on Kira when he follows him later in the morning. However, because of a slight alteration of events due to Hayato's actions, Kira manages to protect himself from Stray Cat's attack with a watch he had put in his jacket.
37
Crazy Diamond Is Unbreakable, Part 1
(クレイジー・D(ダイヤモンド)は砕けない その1 Kureijī Daiyamondo wa Kudakenai Sono 1)
Japan: December 10, 2016
United States of America: May 26, 2019
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As Kira brags about his victory to Hayato, he unknowingly reveals his own identity to Josuke, who Hayato had secretly called ahead of time. Needing Killer Queen to protect himself, Kira is forced to undo Bites the Dust, preventing Rohan from being killed by its effects. Engaging in battle against Josuke and Okuyasu, Kira manages to retrieve Stray Cat and use its air shots to create invisible remote bombs, dealing heavy damage to Okuyasu. As Josuke tries to reach Okuyasu in order to heal him, Hayato deduces that Okuyasu's body might have been turned into a bomb, leaving Josuke with the tough decision of whether to sacrifice himself to save Okuyasu. However, Hayato, deducing that Kira can only set off one bomb at a time, sets off the bomb on himself, allowing Josuke to heal both him and Okuyasu. As Kira launches another air bomb, Josuke, refusing to believe Okuyasu might already be dead, manages to use Crazy Diamond on debris in his wounds to dodge the explosion.
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Crazy Diamond Is Unbreakable, Part 2
(クレイジー・D(ダイヤモンド)は砕けない その2 Kureijī Daiyamondo wa Kudakenai Sono 2)
Japan: December 17, 2016
United States of America: June 2, 2019
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Despite Josuke and Hayato hiding inside the house, Kira manages to figure out Josuke's location and send an air bomb after him. Although Josuke gets hurt in the explosion, he manages to use his hardened blood on a vase fragment, turning it into a homing bullet that manages to hit Kira. Noticing Kira carrying a cell phone with him, Josuke deduces that Yoshihiro had been hiding in Hayato's pocket, informing his son of their location, and tricks Kira into killing him instead. Josuke then draws Kira into a close quarters fight, but Stray Cat manages to protect Kira from Crazy Diamond's attacks. Just as Josuke is about to be hit by another air bomb, he is saved by a very much alive Okuyasu, who retrieves Stray Cat from Kira, driving him further into a corner as Jotaro and the others arrive on the scene.
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Goodbye, Morioh - The Golden Heart
(さよなら杜王町-黄金の心 Sayonara Moriō-chō - Ōgon no Kokoro)
Japan: December 24, 2016
United States of America: June 9, 2019
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Surrounded by ambulances and fire engines, Kira attempts to use an approaching nurse to activate Bites the Dust again. While initially believing himself to have succeeded, Kira finds himself in Ghost Alley. There, Reimi reveals to Kira that he had in fact died after he was stopped by Koichi and Jotaro and run over by an ambulance. Thanks to the combined efforts of Reimi and Arnold, Kira is forced to turn around and is dragged into the underworld by the alley's hands. No longer bound to her attachments, Reimi and Arnold bid farewell to everyone before moving on to the next life. The next day, Jotaro and Josuke return home as the summer of 1999 draws to a close for the residents of Morioh Town.

Soundtracks

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O.S.T Vol. 2
Good Night Morioh Cho
25 tracks
Yugo Kanno

Opening Themes

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Opening 2
Chase
batta

Ending theme

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Ending 2
Great Days -Unit Ver.-
JO☆STARS

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)
加藤 敏幸
Chief Episode Director (チーフ演出)
Yuuta Takamura
高村 雄太
Art Director (美術監督)
Shunichiro Yoshihara
吉原 俊一郎
Megumi Kato
加藤 恵
Sound Director (音響監督)
Yoshikazu Iwanami
岩浪 美和
Action Animation Director (アクション作画監督)
三室 健太
Photography Director (撮影監督)
Kazuhiro Yamada
吉原 俊一郎
Editing (編集)
Kiyoshi Hirose
廣瀬 清志
Producer (制作)
Hiroyuki Omori
大森 啓幸
Jun Fukuda
福田 純
Ryosuke Mori
森 亮介
Toshiyasu Hayashi
林 俊安
Series Composition (シリーズ構成)
小林 靖子
Character Design (キャラクターデザイン)
西位 輝実
Sub-Character Design (サブキャラクターデザイン)
石本 峻一
Stand Design (スタンドデザイン)
三室 健太
Prop Design (プロップデザイン)
宝谷 幸稔
Takashi Tanazawa
棚沢 隆
Color Design (色彩設計)
Yuko Sato
佐藤 裕子
Background Art (美術設定ー)
Kaoru Aoki
青木 薫
Junko Nagasawa
長澤 順子
Music (音楽)
菅野 祐悟

Gallery

Promotional Art
Blu-Ray & DVD Art

Trailers

Trivia

  • According to character designer and chief animation director Terumi Nishii, pleasing the “Boy Love” (Yaoi) fans was taken into account when designing the characters for this season, though they retain her regular style.[1]
  • Eleven voice actors who have voiced characters in other JoJo media return for roles in Diamond Is Unbreakable, with three reprising their roles:
    • Wataru Takagi reprises his role of Okuyasu Nijimura from All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heaven.
    • Yuki Kaji, voice of Johnny Joestar in All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heavennow voices Koichi Hirose.
    • Takahiro Sakurai, who previously voiced Bruno Bucciarati in GioGio's Bizarre Adventure, now voices Rohan Kishibe.
    • Naomi Kusumi, voice of Jack the Ripper in Phantom Blood, now voices Father Nijimura.
    • Kappei Yamaguchi returns to voice Shigekiyo Yangu from All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heaven.
    • Yasuyuki Kase, voice of Funny Valentine in All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heaven, now voices Mikitaka Hazekura.
    • Satoshi Tsuruoka, voice of Wired Beck in Battle Tendency, now voices Tamami Kobayashi.
    • Showtaro Morikubo reprises his role of Akira Otoishi from All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heaven.
    • Toshiyuki Morikawa, voice of Diavolo in All-Star Battle and Eyes of Heaven, now voices Yoshikage Kira.
    • Shigeru Chiba, voice of Iggy in All-Star Battle, now voices Yoshihiro Kira.
    • Kengo Kawanishi, who provided various voices in Stardust Crusaders, now voices Terunosuke Miyamoto.
  • Five Brazilian Portuguese voice actors who have voiced characters in the Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan OVA return for the same roles in Diamond is Unbreakable, excluding Wilken Mazzei. Mazzei was replaced by Silas Borges for the role of Mikitaka Hazekura, since he was already voicing Jotaro.
    • Daniel Figueira reprises his role of Koichi Hirose.
    • Nestor Chiesse reprises his role of Okuyasu Nijimura.
    • Michel Di Fiori reprises his role of Rohan Kishibe.
    • Giovanna Calegaretti reprises her role of Yukako Yamagishi.
    • Heitor Assali reprises his role of Akira Otoishi.
    • Tatá Guarnieri reprises his role of Tamami Kobayashi.
  • Two Latin Spanish voice actors who have voiced characters in the Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan OVA return for the same roles in Diamond is Unbreakable.
    • Irwin Daayán reprises his role of Rohan Kishibe, and also voices Jotaro.
    • Miguel Ángel Ruiz reprises his role of Okuyasu Nijimura.

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