There's only one reason you lost, DIO... just one simple reason. You pissed me off. (てめーの敗因はたったひとつだぜ…DIO…たったひとつの単純な答えだ…「てめーはおれを怒らせた」。Temē no haiin wa tatta hitotsu daze… DIO… tatta hitotsu no shinpuru na kotae da… 'temē wa ore o okora seta'.)
I'm Kojo, YouTuber, wannabe game developer, and immense JoJo fan (duh). At the moment, I particularly like focusing on the game and character game pages as those are the wiki pages that currently lack the most content. I also occassionaly update short chapter and episode page descriptions for elaboration and further detail of events.
I currently have a measly 6,969 edits on this wiki.
My name is Kojo Bailey. Whether that is my real name or not is up for interpretation, that is, unless you get a hold of my birth certificate.
I was born in Liverpool and have since lived in many different countries. That being said, I hope to live in Japan or Spain someday, assuming the countries don't blow up in the few years I have left of school. As a result, I'm currently learning Japanese, Spanish, and also Arabic (since I currently live in the Middle East). Hopefully, I'll be somewhat fluent in Spanish by the time I graduate, with decent Japanese too.
One thing I've noticed about myself, is that when I'm genuinely interested in something, I can become incredibly invested in it. This is how I came to edit for the JoJoWiki, being a huge JoJo fan, and I've considered looking deeper into the communities of my other interests. However, despite how much people (and ourselves) say otherwise, the JoJo community really is one of the best fandoms out there.
I only started watching the Phantom Blood anime in early 2020, but am currently up to date with the recent Stone Ocean anime. I can't remember what even inspired me to start watching JoJo, but I was hooked as soon as I did. The artstyle and 3D opening were nothing like I'd ever seen before in an anime. Phantom Blood only being 9 episodes allowed me to get a sense for what the series would hold, and once Joseph Joestar showed up in Battle Tendency, it was full speed ahead.
Despite watching the anime first, I'm a big manga reader (and books in general). My brother decided to buy all the available JoJo English manga on his Kindle, which I read all the way through – stopping at the most recent release of Vento Aureo. Since then, I've gone on to read JoJo's Colored Adventure: Steel Ball Run digitally, and am currently reading JoJolion. After JoJolion, I plan to read through the Stone Ocean manga, as well as spin-off series like TSKR and CDDH. Hopefully I can finish JJL before a lot of The JOJOLands is out.
Outside of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, I've watched/read quite a few anime/manga. The ones that stick out to me the most are:
Personally, I'd say I prefer manga over anime in most instances, especially for more complicated, less action-packed series like Death Note. Therefore, I typically enjoy watching the anime for the opposite, such as Demon Slayer. That being said, some manga are simply incredible (and way ahead of the anime), like in the instance of One Punch Man. Despite my preferences, I have a deep appreciation for both manga and anime, unless one of the mediums is notoriously bad.
I'm also a bit of a gaming nerd, having spent ungodly amounts of time playing Terraria, Smash Ultimate and Brawl Stars (I've done more, but these are easily my top 3 most played). I've loved Plants vs Zombies since childhood, and have played All-Star Battle R on PS4 as well, but am waiting for a monitor so I don't have to rely on my living room TV to play.
My YouTube Videos
Below are a list of my contributions to the wiki that I can recall. Random, one-time edits are not included:
Whether it be personality, backstory, character arc, or some other magic element, these are my favourite characters across the series (including TSKR). Note that I am yet to finish either Stone Ocean or JoJolion.
Characters are ordered from more (left/top) to less (right/bottom) favourite.
SC Episode 28: Anubis, Part 1 has the only TBC shot that continues to move after the arrow appears, the frame slowly zooming in.
DU Episode 13: We Picked Up Something Crazy! has the only TBC shot that continues with the animation rather than freeze-framing. It's therefore also one of the few to not have the iconic TBC filter over itself.
DU Episode 28: Highway Star, Part 1 is the only to have multiple instances of the TBC arrow shot, one happening halfway through the episode to wrap up the I'm an Alien story arc, and another at the end of the episode as normal.