JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Hypes Anniversary Exhibit with Special Art
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure might have started its story in the pages of its manga in the 1980s, but the anime only began ten years ago thanks to the animators at David Production. Despite the shorter history, the anime is still celebrating in a major way with an exhibit set to arrive in Japan that focuses on the artwork of the series focusing on the Joestars and various Stands, and said exhibit just so happens to have a new poster to ring in the tribute.
David Production has adapted six parts of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, first starting with Phantom Blood and continuing on to the current story following Jolyne Cujoh and her dangerous trek through Green Dolphin Street Penitentiary. While David is continuing to work on the latest season, there are two future storylines that the animation house might be set to adapt in the future, as the manga followed up Stone Ocean with the likes of Steelball Run and JoJolion respectively. David Production of course hasn't been confirmed to be the producers of these possible seasons, we would imagine that it will be a surefire bet that they'll return to the popular series.
The Official Twitter Account shared the new poster for the tenth-anniversary exhibit for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation, once again bringing together the likes of Jonathan Joestar, Joseph Joestar, Jotaro Kujo, Giorno Giovanna, and Jolyne Cujoh in one image to take fans of the anime on a trip to the past and the present:
【『ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 アニメ 10 周年記念展』各種情報更新！！】— TVアニメ『ジョジョの奇妙な冒険』公式 (@anime_jojo) May 19, 2022
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This isn't the first time that an exhibit has been displayed in Japan focusing on the Joestars and the characters that spawned from the mind of Hirohiko Araki but it's certainly celebrating one of the biggest anniversaries linked to the anime. Japan has seen plenty of anime exhibits in the past, with various events focused on the likes of My Hero Academia, Berserk, Chainsaw Man, and Rurouni Kenshin to name a few. Unfortunately, this JoJo Exhibit hasn't confirmed that it will come to North America in the future, though we're crossing our fingers that the West will one day see some unique anime art on display.
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