JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Creator Shares Their Take on Yu Yu Hakusho's Yusuke

Hunter x Hunter and Yu Yu Hakusho are two titans in the anime industry, and both just so happen to come from the same creator, Yoshihiro Togashi, who recently brought the former back via new manga chapters. While it doesn't seem as though Yusuke Urameshi and his Spirit Detectives will be returning for new supernatural battles in the near future, a new exhibit sees the Shonen protagonist front and center thanks to the creator of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Hirohiko Araki

While Gon and his universe have returned, no plans have been revealed when it comes to Yusuke and his fellow Spirit Detective fighting against supernatural threats. While it doesn't appear as though Yu Yu Hakusho will be releasing new stories, Yoshihiro Togashi did take the opportunity to show Yusuke and Gon fight side by side to help in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Spirit Detectives. Luckily, this isn't the only way that the supernatural Shonen series is celebrating as an upcoming complete Blu-Ray set will allow fans to revisit some of the biggest adventures in the anime that was brought to life by Studio Pierrot.

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Twitter User Sticker Tricker shared Hirohiko Araki's take on Yu Yu Hakusho's Yusuke Urameshi, showing what the Spirit Detective might have looked like if he had appeared in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure and had a Stand to rely on instead of the spiritual energy that he used to fight demons:

Araki, much like Togashi, will be returning to his series though the release date of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure's next arc is still a mystery. Running under the title, JoJo Lands, fans are still debating where the series will head next and whether it will take place in the new universe of Steel Ball Run and JoJolion or return to the original universe that started it all. Joestar fans do have the return of Stone Ocean to look forward to, as the anime adaptation will arrive this December on Netflix to air its final episodes.

The Yoshihiro Togashi Exhibit, Puzzle, is currently open in Japan. 

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