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About this title

Storyline

Chronicles the struggles of the cursed Joestar bloodline against the forces of evil. Beginning in 1880, Part I follows Jonathan Joestar as he matures with and eventually combats his adoptive brother, the cunning, merciless Dio Brando. Set in 1938, Part II follows the misadventures of Joseph Joestar, grandson of Jonathan, as he masters the Ripple in order to combat hostile, ancient super-beings named the Pillar Men; creators of the Stone Mask. Part III follows Jotaro Kujo and his group as they journey from Tokyo to Cairo to save his mother's life by defeating his family's resurrected archenemy, Dio. In Part IV, an Arrow manifesting latent Stand abilities travels throughout Morioh, Japan in 1999; as high-schooler Josuke Higashikata (illegitimate son of Joseph) and friends seek out the culprit of a series of decade-long homicides. Set in 2001, Part V follows Giorno Giovanna, son of Dio, and his ambition to rise within the Neapolitan mafia by subverting its most powerful gang: Passione.

Country: Japan

Type: Scripted

Status: Current

Language: Japanese

Release Date: October 1, 2012

Also Known As: Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Неймовірні пригоди ДжоДжо |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Brazil (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

martial arts
magic
vampire
based on manga

Company Credits

Production Co: David Production, Lucky Land Communications |  See more »

Cast

Chris Cason
as Researcher/Shopkeeper
Stephen Mann
as Cameo
Junichi Yanagita
as Kenny G
Wendee Lee
as Lisa Lisa/Clinic Nurse/Young Jotaro
Natsumi Takamori
as Young Jotaro
Ayahi Takagaki
as Mariah
Ken Narita
as Illuso
Akio Ôtsuka
as Wamuu
Masayuki Tachibana
as Constable C
Tesshô Genda
as Impostor Captain Tennille
Kenjirô Tsuda
as Bruford/Tiziano
Makoto Ishii
as Masazo Kinoto/Cheap Trick
Dave Mallow
as Straizo/Narrator/Radio Announcer
Kôichi Tôchika
as Toyohiro Kanedaichi
Lizzie Freeman
as Trish Una
Wataru Takagi
as Okuyasu Nijimura
David Vincent
as Narrator/Narration/Kai Harada/Captain/Citizen B/SPW Foundation Member/Sailor/Zii Zii
Shuhei Matsuda
as Boy B
Shinji Kawada
as Rubber Soul
Yûichi Iguchi
as Mexican Child
Shiori Matsuda
as Native Woman
Chris Tergliafera
as Muhammad Avdol
Yuki Ono
as Josuke Higashikata
Misato Fukuen
as Iggy
Tim Scott
as Additional Voices
Doug Erholtz
as Jean-Pierre Polnareff/Waiter/Sailor
Marc Diraison
as Lord George Joestar I/Researcher
Frank Todaro
as Tamami Kobayashi/First Responder D
Dan Woren
as Rudol von Stroheim
D.C. Douglas
as Yoshikage Kira/Kosaku Kawajiri/Man (Yoshikage Kira)
Eimi Okada
as Female Customer B/Girl
Hidenori Takahashi
as Adams/Man B
Takuya Kirimoto
as J. Geil
Aya Endô
as Poco's Sister/Peggy
Kaitlyn Robrock
as Invisible Baby/Female Student/Hotel Receptionist/Hysterical Woman/Mrs. Hazekura/Woman 1
Morgan Berry
as Female Student/Koichi's Mom/Young Keicho
Vic Mignogna
as Rohan Kishibe
Kinryû Arimoto
as Cameo
Ai Iwamura
as Woman
Nobuaki Kanemitsu
as Vampire A
Tara Sands
as Baby/Death 13/Old Lady/Boy/Nurse
Arnie Pantoja
as Nukesaku
Kôsuke Toriumi
as Guido Mista/Trish Una
Crystal Padilla
as Additional Voices
Atsushi Tamaru
as Brat A
Takamasa Mogi
as Brat C/Crook/Researcher B/Scientist B/Vampire B
Jun Fukushima
as Formaggio
Unshô Ishizuka
as Joseph Joestar
Atsushi Imaruoka
as Rudolf von Stroheim
Robbie Daymond
as Smokey Brown
Yu Hayashi
as Smokey Brown
Amanda Céline Miller
as Poco
Shizuka Itô
as Tomoko Higashikata
Bill Rogers
as Sailor/Adult A/Citizen A/Coconut Shop Proprietor/Drunkard/Room Attendant/Waiter
Faye Mata
as Yukako Yamagishi/Yukako Yamagashi
Kazuhiro Fusegawa
as Announcer
Kazuyuki Okitsu
as Jonathan Joestar
Johnny Yong Bosch
as Jonathan Joestar
Akitoshi Kimura
as Weapon Distributor
Hideo Ishikawa
as Polpo
Yûki Kaji
as Koichi Hirose
Kazuhiko Inoue
as Kars
Taketora
as Dire
Patrick Seitz
as Dio/Dio Brando
Billy Kametz
as Josuke Higashikata
Jalen K. Cassell
as Okuyasu Nijimura/Additional Voices
Reiko Suzuki
as Enya
Motomu Kiyokawa
as Roses
Yûichi Karasuma
as Vampire C
Shinya Takahashi
as Mario Zucchero
Katsumi Toriumi
as Guido Mista
Armen Taylor
as Announcer/Game Announcer/Old Man/Police Officer/Risotto Nero/Attendants/Mr. X/Professor
Nicole Gose
as Anita/Bucciarati's Mother
Imari Williams
as Hol Horse
Brad Venable
as Anubis
Takehiro Hasu
as Soldier C
Ayako Kawasumi
as Erina Joestar/Erina Pendleton
Keiji Fujiwara
as Esidisi
Greg Chun
as N'Doul
Anthony Hansen
as Adams/Scientist
Tamio Ôki
as Tonpeti
Satoru Murakami
as Boy 1
Itaru Yamamoto
as Constable B/Man A/Oriental/Vampire A
Dan D.W. McCann
as Additional Voices/Giorno's Stepfather/Grifter
Matthew David Rudd
as Leaky Eye Luca/Subordinate
Hiroki Shimowada
as Toshikazu Hazamada
Kyle McCarley
as Narancia Ghirga/Mark
Phillip Reich
as Giorno Giovanna/Highway Star/Yuya Fungami
Kenshô Ono
as Giorno Giovanna/Narancia Ghirga/Gold Experience Requiem
Subaru Kimura
as Pesci
Hidenari Ugaki
as Khan
Yûichi Nakamura
as Bruno Bucciarati/Vinegar Doppio
Xander Mobus
as Telence T. D'Arby
Tasuku Hatanaka
as Satoru
Masayoshi Sugawara
as Researcher A/Vampire A
Tony Oliver
as Bruford/Brats/Driver
Mayu Obata
as Constable A
Ikumi Hayama
as Overhead Announcer
Rie Kugimiya
as Anne
Michael McCarty
as Cameo
Seiko Yoshida
as Reporter
Julie Ann Taylor
as Holly Kujo
Satsuki Yukino
as Nena
Stephanie Sheh
as Suzie Q/Suzie Q. Joestar
Grant George
as Dan Of Steel
Mark Whitten
as Mikitaka Hazekura/First Responder B
Nana Miki
as Woman B
Yoshihito Sasaki
as Soldier A/Vampire E
Junya Enoki
as Pannacotta Fugo
Brook Chalmers
as Polpo/Dealer/Officer
Austin Lee Matthews
as Additional Voices/Manga Artist
Ikuji Nose
as Police Officer/Souvenir Shop Owner
Jonah Scott
as Formaggio
Masayuki Katô
as Father Styx
Jennifer Losi
as Shinobu Kawajiri/Female Office Worker/Female Student/Kira's Female Work Colleague/Reiko
Shôto Kashii
as Devo the Cursed
Yurina Watanabe
as Male Tourist 2
Kaito Ishikawa
as Sale
Atsuko Tanaka
as Lisa Lisa
Ai Kakuma
as Customer B
Ayumi Nagao
as Hirose Mother
Kanehira Yamamoto
as Bloodsucking Zombie/Brass Knuckles Guy/Priest/Vampire Charioteer/Vampire Coachman/Young Man A
Michelle Ruff
as Old Erina/Erina Pendleton
Yasunori Matsumoto
as Anubis
Kyle Hebert
as Noriaki Kakyoin/Prisoner
John DeMita
as Kars
Kento Hama
as Brat 2
Daisuke Kishio
as Steely Dan
Mike McFarland
as Florist
Sayaka Ôhara
as Aya Tsuji
Brian Hanford
as Melone/Student B
Alejandro Saab
as Delinquent A/Game Announcer
Daisuke Ono
as Jotaro Kujo
Yutaka Nakano
as Loggins
Motoko Kumai
as Boingo
Shigeru Chiba
as Yoshihiro Kira
Hiromichi Tezuka
as Male Tourist 1/Rumoring Mafioso
Tatsuhiro Kikuchi
as Mafioso 1
Seiro Ogino
as Vampire C
Yuka Keicho
as Elizabeth I
Sôma Saitô
as Vinegar Doppio
Daisuke Hirakawa
as Noriaki Kakyoin
Sayaka Senbongi
as Trish Una/Guido Mista/Spice Girl
Bill Butts
as Cioccolata
Jason Marnocha
as Keicho Nijimura
Ben Lepley
as Illuso/Pilot
Todd Haberkorn
as Courtier Trooper/Teenagers
Hiroaki Tajiri
as Nazi Gatekeeper 1/Police Officer/Subordinate/Tattoo/Weapon Distributor Duo Member B
Tôru Nara
as Nukesaku
Toshiko Sawada
as Old Lady
Ezra Weisz
as Pannacotta Fugo
Yuki Inoue
as Boy C
Nobuhiko Okamoto
as Ghiaccio
Hana Takeda
as Ayana Hirose
Ryôta Ôsaka
as Mark
Edward Bosco
as Soul Sacrafice
J.D. Zelman
as Additional Voices
Jun'ichi Suwabe
as Leone Abbacchio/Telence T. D'Arby/Butler
Jade Dennis
as Giorno's Mother/Penal Officer/Tourists
Bill Millsap
as Prosciutto
Jon Allen
as Alessi
Janice Kawaye
as Schoolgirl/Young Giorno
Yûko Kaida
as Malena
Banjô Ginga
as Daniel J. D'Arby
Kaiji Tang
as Santana/Heckler
Michael Sorich
as Ryohei Higashikata
Makoto Yasumura
as Oingo
Chô
as Senator Wilson Phillips
Junji Majima
as Melone
Yumiko Kobayashi
as Poco
Hibiku Yamamura
as Nukesaku's Female Face
Naomi Kusumi
as Jack/Nijimura Father
Ryôta Asari
as Boy B
Ryan Colt Levy
as Squalo
Chika Sakamoto
as Ken Oyanagi
Daiki Hamano
as Leaky Eye Luca
Dorah Fine
as Elderly Woman/Girl
Steve Kramer
as Dario Brando/First Responder C/Soldier
Jirô Saitô
as Gestapo/Leader
Kentarô Itô
as N'doul
Jarred Kjack
as Rumoring Mafioso
Chris Hackney
as Ghiacchio/Ghiaccio/Scientist/Student A/Styx
Griffin Burns
as Vinegar Doppio/Person on the Phone (Vinegar Doppio)
Yurika Aizawa
as Woman
Kôji Takeda
as Vampire D
Show Hayami
as Vanilla Ice
Kenta Miyake
as Muhammad Avdol/Avdol's Father
Chris Jai Alex
as Esidisi
Ayumi Fujimura
as Young Polnareff
Joshua Tomar
as Drunken Man/Khan/Taxi Driver
Kenichiro Ohashi
as Secco
Kishô Taniyama
as Yuya Fungami
Joe Zieja
as Zenyatta/Oingo
Sean Chiplock
as Guido Mista/First Responder A/Sorbet/Toyohiro Kanedaichi
Daichi Endo
as Gangster Customer
Fairouz Ai
as Jolyne Kuujou
Spike Spencer
as Cursed Doll
Jessica Gee-George
as Mondatta
Natsumi Fujiwara
as Young Giorno
Manabu Sakamaki
as Arabia Fats
Kenji Nomura
as Santana/Scolippi
Hiroo Sasaki
as Vampire F
Hasumi Ito
as Mother
Haruka Shimizu
as Mistress
Yusuke Kuwahata
as Heckler A
Lucien Dodge
as Toshikazu Hazamada/Masaji
Kirk Thornton
as Dobbie/Police Officer 2/Soldier
Kengo Kawanishi
as Terunosuke Miyamoto/Tatsuhiko Doll
Tomoaki Maeno
as Squalo
Jake Eberle
as Gangster/Man/Mid-rank Mafioso
Kôhei Amasaki
as Boy A/Brat 1
Takashi Nagasako
as Inspector
Takuya Sato
as Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli
Patrick Le Barz
as Dio
Satoshi Tsuruoka
as Tamami Kobayashi/Wired Beck
Tomokazu Sugita
as Joseph Joestar
Hidenobu Kiuchi
as Hol Horse
Christopher Corey Smith
as Monk
Namiko Morimoto
as Mrs. Menini
Dorothy Elias-Fahn
as Nena/Female Local/Poco's Sister
Naoya Nosaka
as Scientist A
Mick Lauer
as Leone Abbacchio
Yasuyuki Kase
as Mikitaka Hazekura
Kellen Goff
as Diavolo/Emperor Crimson/Nijimura's Dad/Delinquent B/Green-Jacket Biker/Man A/Newscaster/Student
Barbara Goodson
as Enyaba
Hidetoshi Nakamura
as Messina
Orion Acaba
as Delinquent B
Hiroshi Shirokuma
as Mafioso X
Joseph Hernandez
as Additional Voices
Fuminori Komatsu
as Jean-Pierre Polnareff/Jean Pierre Polnareff
Keith Silverstein
as Robert E. O. Speedwagon
Nobuo Tobita
as Straits
Joe Thomas
as Inspector/Soldier
Reiko Takagi
as Holly Kujo
Anri Katsu
as Chaka
Ayumi Tsunematsu
as Nurse
Masaya Onosaka
as Alessi
Katsuyuki Konishi
as Diavolo/Bruno Bucciarati/Doppio
Shôtarô Morikubo
as Akira Otoishi
Tatsuhisa Suzuki
as Prosciutto
Daiki Yamashita
as Narancia Chirga/Giorno Giovanna/Narancia Ghirga
Tadashi Miyazawa
as Dario Brando
Derek Stephen Prince
as Iggy/Commentator/Soldier
Tony Azzolino
as Host/Soldier
Abelina Sabrina Rios
as Girl C
Yuya Murakami
as Nazi Gatekeeper 2/Police Officer/Store Worker/Waiter/Weapon Distributor Duo Member A
Jamieson Price
as Tarkus
Masashi Sugawara
as George Joestar
Richard Epcar
as Joseph Joestar/Masaji's Grandpa/Old Joseph/Policeman
Jordan Reynolds
as Tiziano
Mike Davis
as Beck
Toshiyuki Morikawa
as Yoshikage Kira/Kosaku Kawajiri/Man
Yuuichi Ishigami
as Doobie
Tomoyuki Shimura
as Keicho Nijimura
Zach Aguilar
as Koichi Hirose
Natsuki Aikawa
as Female Tourist 2
Matthew Greenbaum
as Guy/Tourists
Tetsuo Sasaki
as Brat B
Yôji Ueda
as Robert E. O. Speedwagon
Christopher Bevins
as Tonio Trendy
Erina Okuno
as Woman A
Taeko Kawata
as Shizuka Joestar
Ben Diskin
as Joseph Joestar
Laura Megan Stahl
as Hayato Kawajiri
Sachiko Kojima
as Suzie Q/Suzie Q. Joestar
Shoya Chiba
as Brat 3
Yôhei Osa
as Vampire G
Karen Strassman
as Rose/Elizabeth I of England/Mother/Woman
Rebecca Davis
as Nurse
Shinshû Fuji
as Risotto Nero
Mariko Higashiuchi
as Giorno's Mother
Joe Ochman
as Will A. Zeppeli/Researcher
Yoku Shioya
as Will A. Zeppeli
Minoru Inaba
as Elderly Man
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
as Boy A
Toa Yukinari
as Prison Officer
Andrew Russell
as Akira Otoishi/Red Hot Chili Pepper/Editor
Aya Hisakawa
as Midler
Tôru Ohkawa
as Narrator
Hiroshi Naka
as Wang Chan/Wang Chung
Kevin Brief
as Roses
Takaki Ôtomari
as Mid-rank Mafioso
Deneen Melody
as Akemi/Minako Okura
Takahiro Miwa
as Heckler B
Rina Satô
as Hayato Kawajiri
Mamiko Noto
as Yukako Yamagishi
Katelyn Gault
as Aya Tsuji
Ken'ichirô Matsuda
as Donovan
Megumi Toyoguchi
as Tomoko Higashikata
Cam Clarke
as Daniel J. D'Arby
Ayaka Asai
as Minako Okura
Cindy Robinson
as Mrs. Menini
Ikue Ôtani
as Mannish Boy
Ray Chase
as Bruno Bucciarati/Donovan/Poco's Dad/Yellow Temperance
Brian Beacock
as Shigekiyo Yangu
Philece Sampler
as Suzie Q Joestar
Paul St. Peter
as Dire/Wamu/Jack/Jack the Ripper
Katsuhisa Hôki
as Ryohei Higashikata
Atsushi Miyauchi
as Cioccolata
Minami Shinoda
as Female Tourist 1
Shintarô Asanuma
as Japanese Man
Eiji Takeuchi
as Shikai
Matthew Mercer
as Jotaro Kujo/Brats
Elizabeth Simmons
as Female Student/Gangster's Girlfriend
Julie Shields
as Tourists/Woman
Tetsu Inada
as Tarkus
Tokuyoshi Kawashima
as Tonio Trussardi
Shinobu Matsumoto
as Butler/Constable A/Priest/Spectator
Takahiro Fujiwara
as Researcher C/Soldier B/Thug/Tribesman
Kanako Tôjo
as Female Customer A
Maureen Price
as Ayana Hirose/Girl 08-A/Koichi's Sister/Young Josuke
Yasuhiro Mamiya
as Vampire B
Tiana Camacho
as Woman
Masaya Fukunishi
as Mafioso 2
Michael McConnohie
as Messina/Tonpetty/Captain Dragon
Sayuri Hara
as Reimi Sugimoto
Lex Lang
as Anjuro Katagiri
Allegra Clark
as Tomoko Higashikata/Old Woman/Yoshie
Kira Buckland
as Reimi Sugimoto/Girl A
Jin Yamanoi
as Mario Zeppeli
Takahiro Sakurai
as Rohan Kishibe
Riho Sugiyama
as Anita
Toshiki Masuda
as Soldier
Zeno Robinson
as Dude/Junkie
Hinata Tadokoro
as Giorno's Stepfather
Hiroyuki Takanaka
as Scientist C/Young Man B
Kappei Yamaguchi
as Shigekiyo Yangu/Forever
Takehito Koyasu
as Dio Brando
Ryan Bartley
as Anne
Masami Iwasaki
as Zii Zii
Bryce Papenbrook
as Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli
Kenshirô Usuki
as Brat D/Cameraman/Poco's Father/Researcher D
Yû Shimamura
as Shinobu Kawajiri
Toru Sakura
as Man-Faced Dog
Joe Hernandez
as Pesci/Attendants/Dude
Taira Kikumoto
as Coachman/Former Elderly Man/Man/Zombie
Adin Rudd
as Additional Voices
Kiyoko Miyazawa
as Tribe Chief
Ryûichi Kijima
as Vampire H
Doug Stone
as Wang Chen/Mario Zeppeli/Police Officer 1/Wang Chan
Keiko Watanabe
as Onna

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2012 | 26 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 48 Episodes

Season 3

2016 | 39 Episodes

Season 4

2018 | 39 Episodes

Season 5

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Behind the Voice Actors Awards 2016

Nominee

Behind the Voice Actors Awards

Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in an Anime Television Series/OVA

IGN Summer Movie Awards 2016

Nominee

IGN Summer Movie Awards

Best Anime Series

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