Phantom Blood (Ran from Jan. 1, 1987 to Oct. 26, 1987; originally titled Jonathan Joestar: His Youth)note Manga volumes 1 5; TV anime season 1 episodes 1 9 Battle Tendency (Ran from Nov. 2, 1987 to Mar. 27, 1989; originally titled Joseph Joestar: His Proud Lineage)note Manga volumes 5 12; TV anime season 1 episodes 10 26 Stardust Crusaders (Ran from Apr. 3, 1989 to Apr. 27, 1992; originally titled Jotaro Kujo: Heritage for the Future)note Manga volumes 12 28; OVA episodes 1 13; TV anime season 2. Diamond is Unbreakable (Ran from May 4, 1992 to Dec. 4, 1995; occasionally referred to as Diamond is not Crash/Crush and originally titled Josuke Higashikata)note Manga volumes 29 47; TV anime season 3. Vento Aureo (Ran from Dec. 11, 1995 to Apr. 5, 1999; originally titled Giorno Giovanna: Golden Heritage)note Manga volumes 47 63 Stone Ocean (Ran from Jan. 1, 2000 to Apr. 21, 2003; originally titled Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean)note 17 manga volumes; beginning with this part, the manga volumes are treated as a new book and as such this begins at volume 1. Steel Ball Run (Ran from Feb. 2, 2004 to Apr. 19, 2011; from this part onwards, the manga switched from being serialized on a weekly basis in Weekly Shonen Jump to being serialized on a monthly basis in Ultra Jump)note 24 manga volumes JoJolion (Began on May 19, 2011)note Currently in serialization; 14 volumes currently compiledLightNovels set in the universe of the series have been written over the years, usually to celebrate a milestone of the series. The Genesis of Universe (November 4, 1993; written by Mayori Sekijima and Hiroshi Yamaguchi): Two short stories set during the events of Stardust Crusaders who feature the Joestar Group encountering new enemies between the canons fights of the series. Golden Heart, Golden Ring (May 28, 2001; written by Miya Shotaro, Gichi Otsuka with Araki’s involvment): A story narrating Pannacotta Fugo’s adventures in Venice after he is left behind by Buccellati’s team, during which he saves a girl, and manages to help his former teammates without betraying Passione. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure 4th Another Day (November 2007; written by Otsuichi and illustrated by Araki): Six months after the events of Diamond is Unbreakable, Josuke and co. discover that another evil Stand user is in town. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Over Heaven (December 16th, 2011; written by Nisio Isin): A defictionalization of DIO’s diary (as revealed in Part 6), retelling his life up through the end of Part 3. invoked Jorge Joestar (September 19th, 2012; written by Maij This novel covers two arcs one concerning the life and times of George Joestar II, nicknamed Jorge during his adolesence on the Spanish island of La Palma, the other telling an especially bizarre story about a young detective named Joji Joestar trying to stop an Eternal Recurrence of Cosmic Retcons (a plotline which liberally borrows and toys with elements from every other part).
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