Hirohiko Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is among the longest operating, and hottest motion anime and manga franchises operating to at the present time, and one of many enjoyable inside jokes amongst followers is noticing how different franchises coincidentally make a shout out to the sequence. The “Is that a JoJo reference?” query has change into a full-on meme at this level as recognizing a brand new reference appears to get extra enjoyable with every reveal, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is actually no stranger to this sort of consideration as the most recent DLC fighter has sparked comparability conversations as soon as extra.
The latest DLC addition to the sport, Terry Bogard from the Fatal Fury combating sport sequence, is drawing some hilarious connections as followers have famous how Terry’s pointing pose is paying homage to Jotaro Kujo’s now well-known level from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders.
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Boosted from a viral picture crafted by @SSBU_Dark_Matt on Twitter, which sees Terry standing alongside his “Stand” Dark Samus, Terry Bogard has gotten some consideration as his pointing taunt may very effectively be a JoJo reference. While this appears unlikely given how Terry has had this pose from his very first online game outing, there’s noting stating it is not an outright reference both.
If this is not a concrete reference, it is nonetheless only a enjoyable coincidence between the 2 franchises. At the very least, there are already robust contenders displaying their full JoJo with Princess Zelda and Banjo and Kazooie protecting the JoJo love robust.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is presently out there for the Nintendo Switch and its lighter kin, the Nintendo Switch Lite. There continues to be one other unannounced DLC fighter left to hitch the sport past Terry Bogard as a part of the Fighters Pass DLC bundle, however it has but to be revealed who the final fighter can be. You can take a look at all of our earlier protection of Nintendo’s combating sport proper right here.
As for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, the sequence was initially created by Hirohiko Araki for Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump in 1987. Currently the second longest operating sequence within the journal with over 100 volumes collected, the sequence tells the story of the Joestar household, who’re every entwined in a future battling outrageous foes. The sequence has been break up up into eight elements, with every half following a unique era of the Joestar household.