New JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Anime 10th Anniversary Celebration Visual, Details Released

Various details surrounding the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure The anime’s 10th anniversary project was recently revealed. Series creator Hirohiko Araki has drawn a new key visual to celebrate the milestone.

2022 also marks the 10th anniversary of Tokyo Skytree Tower and a collaboration event between the Jojo anime and the tower will be held from May 10 to August 9. The tower will be temporarily named “JOJOTREE” as part of the celebration.

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The “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Anime 10th Anniversary” exhibition will be held this summer. The exhibition will highlight the 10-year history of anime, focusing on various aspects of the series and its production. A pop-up theme park, “JOJO WORLD2”, will also open this summer. The park will feature various JoJo-themed attractions, games with prizes including original artwork, photo spots, exclusive merchandise, and more. The exhibition and theme park will be held in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, and then move to other venues nationwide.

Anime music magazine, Lisani!, will release a special volume this summer celebrating the anime’s 10th anniversary. Title, Lis-Ani! JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure The Animation Music Bookthe issue will cover the anime’s 10-year production history and feature interviews with artists, staff members, and voice actors.

Hirohiko Araki JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure the manga was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from 1987 to 2004 and transferred to Ultra Jump in 2005. Eight different parts have been published so far, starting with 1987 Ghost Blood, with the years 2011 JoJolion serving as the most recent entry in the series, and a ninth part on the way. The series has inspired various game adaptations, lighthearted spin-offs, a live-action movie adaptation, and the incredibly popular anime adaptation.

David Production first started adapting the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga in 2012, with 26 episodes phantom blood and Fight Tendency animated adaptation. Kenichi Suzuki, who worked on parts 1-3, is the current broadcast chief director. ocean of stone lively. Toshiyuki Kato (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: The Diamond Is Unbreakable, So Said Kishibe Rohan) is directing the series, with Yasuko Kobayashi returning to handle series composition. Shino Masanori (Black Lagoon, Digimon Adventure tri.) serves as character designer for the series, while Shun’ichi Ishimoto (Parts 1–5) handles stand designs.

Parts 1-5 of the anime are available to stream on Crunchyroll, and fans can also access the series on Funimation, Netflix, and Hulu. Viz Media publishes the manga in English and is currently working on golden wind.

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Source: Anime News Network

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