Written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure began serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump in its combined issue #1-2 of 1987, which was published on January 1, 1987.[14] The chapters are collected and published into tankōbon volumes by Shueisha, with the first released on August 10, 1987.[15] The series is broken into arcs or parts, each of which stars a different descendant of the Joestar family. During Part 5, which takes place in Italy, the series’ title was occasionally written in Italian as Le Bizzarre Avventure di GioGio. After volume 63, each parts’ tankōbon have started the number count back at one; see Stone Ocean, Steel Ball Run and JoJolion. The series was switched to the magazine Ultra Jump in 2005, during Steel Ball Run, with the chapters now published monthly. JoJolion, the current arc, began on May 19, 2011. A sōshūhen edition that aims to recreate the manga as it was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump with color pages, promotional text, and next chapter previews, began being published in October 2012.[16] That same year, the first three Parts of the series were digitally colored and released as digital downloads for smartphones and tablet computers. A hardcover re-release of the first three Parts, including colored pages from their original serialization, was collected under the title JoJonium (ジョジョニウム Jojoniumu) between December 4, 2013, and March 4, 2015. — Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/lobosjr


  1. Finally we have the Jojo mod: Battle Tendencies. Starring Lobos

  2. Sono chi no sadame…Looooooooobooooo!!!

  3. Finally part 2 of the jojo mod

  4. I guess I’m too early to read comments crying about how he’s wearing Fallen Knight armor

  5. iS tHaT a Jo… (chokes and dies)

  6. hi

  7. Memes