Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Watch Order: The Complete Guide!

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Well-designed muscular bodies, model-like shapes, clever tactics throughout the war they face, costumes with outstanding accessories like costumes in Yu-Gi-Oh !, and a recurring theme where the main characters die surprisingly like Game of Thrones. These are some of the things that have made many fans love Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure. It has a very interesting story line that catches the attention of many anime fans.

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Watch Order: The Complete Guide (2021)

For the next season of the sixth season of the series, Stone Ocean, Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure has begun to delight many fans, and has aroused the interest of those who have not watched it. If you feel like you want to know how to watch this show, as the series focuses on a variety of main characters, then you have come to the right place. In this article, I will show you the complete guide to watching Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure, and the reason why this should be discussed in full.

The whole series is in sequence, and season 1 has a son of the Joestar family, Jonathan Joestar, and his desire to hunt down Dio Brando. As the series progresses, over time occurs, transforming the main characters of the series into the next generation (or next generation) member of the Joestar family. Because of Dio’s plans, and how the series is set in chronological order, you need to make sure you watch from the beginning.

The reason why this is so highly recommended is that you will miss most of the events in the story, especially if you would like to know Dio’s great plan. Apart from the change of characters almost every season, there will be significant situations when some previous actors are mentioned.

In the next section of this article, you will learn the value of each series if you look at it in an orderly fashion.

Watch order for Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure

Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure Watch OrderThe clock system for the whole series is very easy to follow. But before you read the clock itself, you should first learn more about the series, as well as how the story series goes (which is why it is so interesting).

Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure is a manga series created by Hirohiko Araki, which has sold over 100 million copies. Each character in the story has an interesting story line, as well as a deep background. This remarkable series of series highlights the importance of reviewing caste history due to the long-term skipping involved in each season, as well as the importance of characters.

As a result of its unique design and twist, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure became famous enough to have its own anime series, a handful of memes streamed online, and even other console games from the days of Playstation 1. So if you feel you are already happy. , let’s warm that up by giving you a guide for the last of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure series.

The list below will show a summary of each season, as well as more interesting details. Don’t worry, each season has only a limited number of episodes, unlike some manga series with nearly a thousand episodes. Without further ado, let’s start the list:

Season 1: Part 1 – Phantom Blood

Phantom BloodJojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood is the first episode of the series, as well as part 1 of season 1 as well. The series focuses on Jonathan Joestar, the son of the Joestar Family patriarch George Joestar. The series contains 44 chapters, and 9 episodes of anime. It was released in 2012.

The story of Phantom Blood follows Jonathan Joestar, also known as Joseph Joestar’s grandfather, as he grows up and fights with his vampire brother, Dio Brando. Jonathan Joestar is a boy with a good reputation since he came from a high family. However, everything in his life came to an end when his adopted brother, Dio, entered his life.

Dio was very cruel to his brother Jonathan, as he continued to beat and abuse him in various ways. Some of the suffering he did included turning Jonathan’s friends against him, as well as stealing Jonathan’s first kiss when he entered into a relationship with Erina Pendleton.

During this series, Dio discovered something that would make him much older than Jonathan. Dio’s sudden discovery was a matter of concern over the stone mask that gave him the power to become a vampire was the reason why Dio started taking Joestars, as Jonathan’s father George kept. When Dio took over, he became a vampire and began to destroy mankind. In a fit of vengeance, and for the sake of clearing his name and saving mankind, Jonathan decided to fight against Dio.

Season 1: Part 2 –

Battle Tendency

Battle Tendency

Battle Tendency is the second installment of the Season 1 series. The series had more chapters on manga than Phantom Blood, which included 69 chapters.

Seasons 2 and 3: Part 3 – Stardust Crusaders

Stardust Crusaders is the third episode of the series but it was broadcast in season 2 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventures. The story follows the main character in the whole series, Jotaro Kujo, who is the grandson of Joseph Joestar. The series stayed in manga for 152 chapters. It also has OVA which summarizes the story into 13 episodes, as well as a new-looking anime with 47 episodes.

The third season also included the Stardust Crusaders but showcased parts of Egypt, as well as the final battle between Jotaro and Dio. Season 2 was broadcast in 2014, and Battle In Egypt was broadcast in 2015.

Jotaro Kujo and his friends, with the help of his grandfather Joseph, traveled from Japan to Egypt to rescue Jotaro’s mother, Holy Kujo. He was kidnapped as a means of destroying the Joestar family permanently by the arch nemesis of the entire Joestar family, Dio.

Season 4: Part 4 – Diamond is Unbreakable

Diamond is Unbreakable

Diamond is Unbreakable the fourth part of the series, as well as the fourth season of the anime. The story involves Jotaro Kujo again, who returned to Japan to meet a new high school student named Josuke Higashikata. Josuke is the illegitimate son of Joseph Joestar, who was told by Jotaro that Joseph was dead.

As Josuke took the plunge, he decided to defend his hometown instead of the powerful Stand users who were trying to wreak havoc on it. Josuke, like Jotaro, is also a Stand user who owns Crazy Diamon, a powerful Stand that can fix everything. Also, the story shows Josuke and his friends investigating a series of murders in his area.

Season 5: Part 5 – Golden Wind

Golden Wind

Golden Wind is the fifth episode of the series, as well as the fifth season of the anime. The story follows Giorno Giovanna, who has a dream of becoming a senior member of the mafia he has joined, surpassing the Pasione and defeating its commander. This part of the series had 155 chapters and 38 episodes in anime.

Season 6: Part 6 – Stone Ocean

Stone Ocean is an upcoming anime series that will be broadcast on Netflix somewhere around the end of 2021 or early 2022. The story involves Jolyne Cujoh, the daughter of Jotaro Kujo. The first part of the series features a female character. It has 158 chapters, with its anime episodes to be announced.

Stardust Crusaders

The story follows Jolyne Cujoh as he is accused of a crime he has never committed. As a result, he was sentenced to a high-security prison in Florida called the Stone Ocean. This is where he began his search for prison in connection with a plot to assassinate a man named Enrico Pucci, and the late Dio Brando. This is also the part of the series in which the main character dies.

Part 7 – Running Iron Ball

Steel Ball Run is the seventh episode of the series following Johnny Joestar’s journey to the United States as he joins a mad-dash race called the Steel Ball Run, or SBR. The event has a grand prize of $ 50 million. This is also part of a series that had a new kind of continuation apart from the first 6 episodes of the series.

Part 8 Jolion-

Jojolion is the eighth episode of the series that started several years after the Steel Ball Run events and is considered to be its direct continuation. This is an ongoing part of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure series, which is why I can set a definite number of published chapters.

Stone Ocean

A man named Josuke Higashikata (again) appears in the series and, in this case, Josuke is challenged throughout the series as he suffers from retrograde amnesia. But note that this Josuke is different from the one he played in Diamond is Unbreakable. The story is also set in Morioh, where he seeks out who he really is.

Morioh was devastated by the catastrophic Tohoku earthquake, which also took place in real life. As Josuke discovers who he really is despite his illness, he also encounters inhumane creatures called “Rock Humans”, who were creatures that emerged by having Silicon as a key part of their body.

Johnny Joestar, a former character before the Jojolion episodes, will also appear in this episode. But other than that, there are no more pirates to offer as anime viewers are here! So, just check out the manga series if you want more of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure once you’re done with the rest of the anime series.

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