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Yoshihiro successfully steals the bow and arrow from Josuke and the others and is on the run to try to find other people to make into potential Stand users to protect his son, Yoshikage. He tells the arrow to choose someone, and shoots them. Meanwhile, Rohan was at Morioh Station taking pictures of various men going to work, trying to locate Yoshikage. He tells Joseph that he wants to find him before Kira tries to kill off his new family. Then suddenly, a boy walks up to him and challenges him to janken (rock-paper-scissors).
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 78 votes.
Josuke and the others head to the bank with their lottery ticket, but the bank is suspicious if that ticket really belongs to them. Josuke insists that they bought the ticket, but they find out that someone else's name and phone number are written on the back of the ticket, and the bank clerk decides to call the number. Seeing that they can't get out of this situation, Josuke takes action...
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 77 votes.
As Josuke was worrying about not having any money, a tiny little Stand holding a 1-yen coin appeared in front of him. A surprised Josuke follows it and encounters a new Stand user name Shigekiyo Yangyu (Shigechi)! Josuke is moved by the fact that Shigechi uses his Stand, Harvest, to pick up all of the forgotten coins around the town and figures out an even better idea using Harvest...
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 80 votes.
Yukako, who was depressed because Koichi wouldn't look her way, sees a mysterious shop one day called Salon Cinderella. Unlike other salons, apparently this was a salon that created faces to bring people fortune. The esthetician, Aya Tsuji, gives Yukako a face that allows her to encounter love. Yukako goes out and immediately runs into Koichi, and he seems different than usual. Yukako had never felt happier in her life, but the effects only lasted 30 minutes...
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 79 votes.
England, 1868. A thief tries to raid an overturned carriage, but discovers that two of the occupants, a man and his young son are still alive. The man, George Joestar, proclaims he will forever be indebted to his savior, who reveals himself to be Dario Brando.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 350 votes.
In order to get estimates for the fire damage and restoration costs to Rohan's house, the architect, Masazo Kinoto comes by. Rohan invites him into his house, but Rohan can't help but wonder about Kinoto's odd obsession... Meanwhile, in order to save Mikitaka, who was trapped inside the pylon, Josuke fights Kanedaichi one more time. But Kanedaichi knows everything about the pylon, and has no problem dodging all of Josuke's attacks...
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 77 votes.
Riding his bike to school, Koichi accidentally runs over a bag that was in the road that had a cat inside. Koichi is instantly overwhelmed by what happend. Then suddenly, a man named Tamami Kobayashi appears. Despite it being an accident, he demands money from Koichi, saying that he'll use it to bury the cat. Koichi can't process what's going on, but Tamami keeps pushing that he can't just leave after what happened. Koichi is filled with guilt, and then suddenly, a giant lock pops out of his chest...
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 84 votes.
While Joseph and Avdol were fighting with Mariah, Jotaro gets concerned that they haven't shown up yet, and goes to look for them around Luxor. Then, Polnareff senses someone following them and confronts the man.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 77 votes.
Yoshihiro looks for his missing son, Yoshikage Kira, when he spots Kosaku Kawajiri. He is convinced that he is his son, Yoshikage, and tries to get close, but the he spots Hayato taking video of him. Seeing that Rohan and Jotaro are also looking for Yoshikage, Yoshihiro fears that they'll find him, so he takes action. Meanwhile, Josuke and Okuyasu are walking to school and find a pair of binoculars on the road, which happens to be Mikitaka. He asks them to look up at an unused pylon through the binoculars and they find a man living up there!
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 73 votes.
Kira had been living as Kosaku Kawajiri ever since he stole his face, but he starts to realize just how hard it is to live controlling his urge to kill. Kira sees a woman pass by and he wants to show her his true self and strangle her slender neck. He tries to hold in his urges, but when he sees Shinobu's neck, and loses control... Meanwhile, Josuke and Okuyasu encounter a strange person in the middle of a crop circle...
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 81 votes.
Kawajiri hears from Shinobu that there is a British Blue cat in the basement with a hole in its neck. Kawajiri wonders if it was shot with the arrow, and goes down to check, however all he finds is a dead cat. Shinobu, frightened by the cat, started to swing around a broom frantically and knocks over a glass bottle. Some of the glass fragments pieced the cat, killing it. Kawajiri buries the cat in their yard, but the next day, a strange plant grew in the place where the cat was buried...
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 75 votes.
Hol Horse arrives at Cairo in order to pursue Jotaro and the others. He has joined forces with another partner and is after the lives of Jotaro and crew once more. That partner, is none other than Boingo.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 76 votes.
A talented young pickpocket named Poco unwittingly lures JoJo and company into an encounter with Dio, Tarukus, and Blueford.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 203 votes.
As the Joestar group arrives in Aswan they encounter Oingo's Stand "Khnum" and Boingo's Stand "Thoth".
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 77 votes.
Seven years later in 1888, JoJo and Dio are supposedly getting along, though JoJo is still fearful of Dio. Meanwhile, Dio plots to liberate the Joestar family of their fortune.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 277 votes.
Jotaro and the others continue their journey through the desert, trying to get to Cairo. They travel with camels and can't shake the feeling that someone is following them, but no one is in sight. Traveling in the killer heat, they realize that it's still bright out at 8pm and the sun is actually rising rather than setting.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 98 votes.
With a new person in their party, they head to Singapore with the boat the Speedwagon Foundation provided them, during their journey Jotaro is targeted by an enemy Stand from within the water.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 121 votes.
Jotaro's group encounters N'Doul's Stand "Geb", and Iggy's "The Fool".
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 80 votes.
Josuke and Koichi hear from Tamami that a high school student named Hazamada might also be a Stand user, so the two go to the school and investigate. Josuke checks inside Hazamada's locker, and finds a strange wooden doll inside, but nothing else out of the ordinary. However, as Josuke is inspecting the doll, it suddenly turns into Josuke, and attacks him and Koichi...
The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 82 votes.
Jotaro tries to track down the mysterious foot print Stand's user. He manages to outrun the Stand with a motorcycle, and thinks to call Koichi and ask him to find the user by using Echoes. Meanwhile, the mysterious Stand keeps chasing Jotaro. Jotaro manages to get his hands on a cellphone and manages to call Koichi, but then he realizes that the ocean i right in front of him...
The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure from 74 votes.
Last updated: mar 01, 2021
This series is a beautiful duwang.
I'm certainly late to the party but still in time for the third arc that is starting next month. The on-going JoJo manga started publishing when I wasn't even born and had an anime adaptation once before in the 90's. JoJo is rather popular in Japan thanks to the fabulous art style and poses the character's strike (which get referenced quite often in other works). The show is well done style over substance and riddled with shonen antics so you either go with the flow or stay away from it. That said, the members of the Joestar family are actually not that dumb and often win thanks to their wit. Here is hoping we get to see a lot more arcs in the future!
Truly, a bizarre experience; it starts with the rather slow Phantom Blood, making the comparatively high-octane jump to Battle Tendency quite the strike to the gonads, and it continues to go uphill from there, including such fun additions as big burly men summoning other big burly men from their own mental strength, a murder mystery centering around [spoiler] a bloke who looks like David Bowie and (in the dub) is voiced by Albert Wesker off Resident Evil [/spoiler], and also, an old man keeps screaming "Oh my God", which you will never hear the end of. All is great, until you get to the fifth part, Vento Aureo (Golden Wind). Then it jumps all over the place like a cat with a firework up it's arse. But it's still good for the most part!
Vento Aureo might come out soon!
Dragonball meets Tom of Finland, haha! This series is such an hilarious over the top ride! :laughing: Also the animation style and some of the bizarre characters really remind me of Vampire Hunter D, one of the best anime movies ever made! :vampire:
Kono DIO da! Nigerundayo! Tsugi no serifu wa … Yare yare... Yare yare daze... OH NO! OH MY GOD! Jotaro... DIO! Kono, Giorno Giovanna, niwa yume ga aru!
I can see why some might like or even love this, but the pompous dialogue, arrogant and rude characters, really detract from the overall experience. Main characters change between season but usually it's the supporting characters that have any personality or humor. The MC usually stands aloof as an icon of superiority. You root for them because they are the good guy not because you like them. Overall, against popular opinion, this title is average. Good enough as a distraction but not something you will really care about.
It has amazing characters, bizarreness, and amazing moments. It starts kinda bad (no part skipping) but once you get to episode 10 (Part 2) you will realize how good this show is and why people love it. It also switched things up quite a bit if that is something you are into. Best show ever.
Brace yourselves, folks! More JoJo is coming this April! http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-12-20/jojo-bizarre-adventure-part-4-anime-promo-introduces-setting/.96755
One of the best action animes from recent years. The story is very cool and evolves every season. A must watch for all shounen anime fans (OP, Naruto,Bleach,HxH, etc)
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As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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