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Do You Even Pose?: A Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Fan Panel

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Transcript of Do You Even Pose?: A Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Fan Panel

Do You Even Pose?:
Fan Panel
What is Jojo's Bizarre Adventure?
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is a
action/adventure manga series written and drawn by mangaka Hirohiko Araki
Follows the adventures of the Joestar/"Jojo" lineage, each "Part" is a self-contained story centered around a different family member/generation
Famous for flamboyant and unique character designs, heavily influenced by music and 80s culture
Began printing in 1986, has over 109
volumes and counting
Stands are phantom-like "partners" that bestow their users with strange and unique powers, such as time manipulation, size-changing, or the ability to unravel yourself into string/webs
Stands being injured will also injure their user
Only one stand per user
Only stand users can see other stands
Typically named after songs or bands

Mystical energy harnessing the natural chi and "rhythm" of the world
Relies on breathing techniques
Can replicate solar energy
Steel Ball Run features the "Spin," Part 7's equivalent of the Ripple that uses the natural rotational energy of the world
What would a Jojo panel be...
Part 1: Phantom Blood
Follows Johnathan Joestar, son of a wealthy Victorian English nobleman, and his rivalry with adopted brother Dio Brando
Dio attempts to poison Jonathan's father to gain the Joestar power and inheritance, becoming a vampire by awakening the power of an ancient stone mask
Learning the art of the ripple from the eccentric William A. Zeppeli and joined by the loyal Robert Edward. O. Speedwagon, Jonathan seeks to defeat Dio's new reign of power
Part 2: Battle Tendency
While researching the mystery of the ancient stone mask in the 1930s, the Speedwagon Foundation awakens a group of superpowered, near-immortal ancients know as the "Pillar Men," bent on achieving the ultimate perfection
Called upon to master the power of the Ripple, brash New Yorker Joseph Joestar teams up with the snobbish Italian Caesar Zeppeli to study under Ripple mentor Lisa Lisa, all while combating Nazi Germany in a race to destroy the Pillar Men
Part 3: Stardust Crusaders
In 1989, Japanese student Jotaro Kujo, joined by his grandfather Joseph Joestar, develops a mysterious phantom power known as a "stand," learning at the same time this newfound power is slowly killing his mother
In order to save Holy Kujo, Jotaro sets out to defeat the newly revived DIO, forming a ragtag group of allies in his international journeys and battles against DIO's loyal stand-using subordinates
part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable
Follows the misadventures of Josuke Higashikata, illegitimate son of Joseph Joestar, as he learns to control the powers of his stand under "nephew" Jotaro Kujo
Accompanied by friends Okuyasu Nijimura, Koichi Hirose, and Rohan Kishibe, Josuke attempts to hunt down local serial killer and powerful stand user Yoshikage Kira
part 5: Vento aureo
Giorno Giovanni, bastard son of Dio Brando, joins Italian mafia known as the "Passione," with dreams of becoming a "Gangstar"
Joined by a group of stand-using mob members, Giorno seeks out to overthrow the head of the Passione mafia and unlock his stand's true potential
part 6: Stone Ocean
Jolyne Kujo, rebellious daughter of Jotaro Kujo, is sent to Florida Green Dolphin Street Prison upon being framed for murder, there developing a stand with help from her distant father
Teaming up with fellow prisoners Hermes Costello, Foo Fighters, Weather Report, and Narciso Anasui, Jolyne attempts to stop the prison's priest Enrico Pucci from continuing DIO's legacy and attaining godhood
Universal reset
Following the events of Part 6: Stone Ocean, the Jojo's universe is reset, rewriting the functionality of stands and the ripple
Old characters are replaced by sometimes similar alternate counterparts, such as Jonathan Joestar -> Johnny Joestar
part 7: Steel Ball Run
Set in late 1800s America, disgraced and paraplegic former jockey Johnny Joestar enters the Steel Ball Run cross-country horserace, hoping to learn the technique of the "Spin" from the bizarre Gyro Zeppeli
As the race progresses, Johnny and Gyro learn of the secret competition to collect mysterious corpse pieces that hold mystical stand powers, clashing with rival racers, the notorious Diego Brando, and even the President of the United States along the way
part 8: jojolion
Sailor Josuke Higashikata is found buried under shoreline rocks by Yasuho Hirose, with no memory of who he is, an seeks to uncover the truth behind his past with the help of his new friends
Adopted by the Higashikata family, Josuke seeks to unravel the mysteries of the rokakaka fruit
Video games
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure - (1999)
Arcade-style fighting game based on the story and characters of Stardust Crusaders, features using stands to modify character gameplay
Jojo's All Star Battle - (2013)
"2.5-D" fighting game with heavily detailed characters and references to all of Jojo's history
You thought this Slide Was the end of the panel?
Thank you for coming!
what a beautiful duwang...
pose with the best
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven (2016)
Arena "fighing game," uses 3D space similar to the Naruto games by the same developer
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