Hirohiko Araki is a kind of creators followers will go to any lengths for. The man is the explanation JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure exists, and thousands and thousands of followers owe Araki for the reward. Since its creation within the late 1980s, JoJo has turn out to be successful with followers worldwide, and they’re at present having fun with its eighth installment. And because it seems to be now, it appears Araki is hoping to hold on with yet one more sequence.
Recently, Araki made a uncommon look exterior of Japan at Italy’s Lucca Comics and Game. The large conference is understood to draw manga creators, and Araki went there to assist JoJo. During his journey, the artist was requested if the sequence’ ninth half will happen in Italy, and he was all for it.
According to attendee omitaichi, Araki appeared more than pleased to take JoJo again to Italy.
“They requested him if MAYBE JoJo pt9 will likely be in Italy and Araki requested us HOW MANY OF YOU WANT IT! And he mentioned he will attempt to write it with an Italian setting,” the fan shared from Araki’s panel.
Of course, followers have been very hyped in regards to the remark because it confirmed Araki has a ninth half in thoughts. The artist remains to be working by way of half eight which started in 2011, however JoJolion must finish in some unspecified time in the future. After all, the sequence has been occurring for eight years at this level whereas different arcs have been smaller. Before now, the longest arc streak was seven years with Steel Ball Run, so there’s an opportunity Araki may be prepping for JoJo half 9 behind the scenes already.
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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure was initially created by Hirohiko Araki for Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in 1987. It follows the story of the Joestar household, who’re every destined to take down numerous supernatural enemies. The sequence has been cut up up into eight components, with every half following a unique technology of the Joestar household. The sequence has bought over 100 million copies, and has been licensed for an English language launch by Viz Media. The sequence has spawned a number of anime, video video games, toys, and even jewellery. The sequence at present has an anime adaptation that originally started in 2012, and now has run for over 100 episodes spanning the primary 5 main arcs of the sequence.