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Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan - Mutsukabezaka

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan - Mutsukabezaka

Kishibe Rohan is a manga-ka with the ability "Heaven's Door", where he can read people's memories. He seeks out the supernatural for himself to see what the mystery is all about. The first tale is of a man who bleeds and won't stop.

Steel Ball Run

Steel Ball Run

SERIES 7: Steel Ball Run It's the seventh instalment of the JoJo saga and takes place in the wild west in 1890 (about the same time period as the first arc of JoJo).

Mashounen BT

Mashounen BT

The creator of Baoh and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure presents a manga about magic and mysteries! You'll meet him at 13:13 pm, on Friday the 13th. He'll do an uncanny intro where he plays a trick on you! And wherever he goes, trouble seems to always follows. Who is this person that creates such incidents? None other than Cool Shock BT!

Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai

Kishibe Rohan wa Ugokanai

Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe is the name of a series of One-Shots featuring Rohan Kishibe (of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Part IV) as the narrator and/or protagonist. This volume contains the following one-shots: - Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - At a Confessional: As he is visiting Italy, Rohan decides to research the churches, especially for their architecture and spiritual background. He walks into a confession booth to research the interior, but mistakenly walks into the side reserved for the priest. Shortly after, a man walks into the other side of the booth and confesses his sin to Rohan, believing him to be the priest. Rohan hears his confession anyway, interested in getting information out of the man. This one-shot was also included in Shikei Shikkouchuu Datsugoku Shinkouchuu. - Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Mutsukabezaka: Rohan meets his editor, Kagamari Minoru, while reading a De Staël's Art book. Rohan explains that due to his research about the Yokai legend he bought 6 mountains in order to stop a corporation who wanted to build a resort in that area. When the resort plan was abandoned, Rohan's lands lose its value and he is unable to recover his money. However, Rohan tells his editor the research was a success and begins telling him about it. - Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Millionaire Village: Rohan Kishibe accompanies Izumi Kyouka, a Manga magazine editor, to a buy house at a village far off from civilization. They soon discover the village is home to a group of millionaires who had all mysteriously become rich at the age of 25. Rohan and Izumi enter one of the houses, only to realize they they are trapped by a mysterious power that won't let them progress unless they follow specific rules lest they suffer the consequences. - Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Poaching Reef: Tonio Trussardi (a minor character featured in Part IV: Diamond Is Unbreakable) seeks Rohan's help in retrieving a rare type of abalone from the sea near Morioh, as a key ingredient in a dish intended to treat Tonio's wheelchair-ridden beloved. - Rohan Kishibe goes to Gucci: A short story published in the October 2011 issue of the fashion magazine Spur, in which the mangaka mixes advertising for Gucci products with a little supernatural flavour courtesy of Kishibe Rohan and his grandmother's old traveling bag.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable

SERIES 4: "Diamond is Unbreakable" The fourth arc of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Diamond is Unbreakable, follows Josuke Higashikata and his good friend Koichi Hirose as they protect their town from the influx of Stand users. Joseph Joestar and Jotaro Kujo arrive to warn Josuke about the Bow and Arrow one of Dio's henchmen uses to bring out a person's Stand abilities, but it is up to Josuke, Koichi and their allies to defeat those who would use their Stand abilities for evil, most notably Yoshikage Kira.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 1: Phantom Blood

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 1: Phantom Blood

SERIES 1: "Phantom Blood" The first arc in Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Phantom Blood stars Jonathan Joestar and the ambitious Dio Brando. It shows how the stone mask was found and how Dio first obtained and utilized his powers. Once Jonathan and Robert E. O. Speedwagon realize Dio's intentions, they must team up with Will A. Zeppeli and learn Ripple (Hamon) to stop Dio.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean

SERIES 6: Stone Ocean Time: Early 21st Century -- Place: A Florida prison Set in and around the maximum-security Green Dolphin Street prison in Florida, surrounded by palm trees, swamps, and man-eating alligators, this storyline stars Jolyne Kujo (Stand: Stone Free), the daughter of Jotaro Kujo. After being falsely accused of a hit-and-run automobile accident, she is sentenced to 15 years in jail, a plot which may be orchestrated by some dark conspiracy, some unknown enemy. Series 6 is a weird prison story in which Jolyne discovers her own powers and other Stand Users while trying to escape the pen. Her dad Jotaro Kujo returns for a cameo in the first few volumes, and Dio, the ultra-villain of the JoJo series, also shows up in several flashbacks, with a fragment of his corpse playing a major plot point. This series appears to be an attempt for Araki to relaunch the series for new readers (the graphic novels are numbered starting with "Vol. 1" with "JoJo Vol. 64", and so forth, in small letters) by re-explaining the Stands and introducing a slinky, appealing female protagonist. And for the most part, it takes place within a literally confined environment -- Araki had previously done some short manga stories set in jail, so maybe that's where his current interests lie. Jolyne is the first American (specifically Japanese-American) JoJo protagonist. The sheer level of weirdness is also pretty mind-boggling, with all kinds of bizarre phenomena -- rains of frogs, time distortion, and some extremely odd, conceptual Stands. And the ending is probably one of the strangest things ever to happen in the series.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

Parts I to V: (Volumes 001 to 063) An epic horror-action-adventure! Once there was a mighty bloodline of heroes: the Joestars. In the 1880s, Englishman Jonathan Joestar gave his life to defeat Dio, a megalomaniacal vampire. Now, 100 years later, Dio is back, and Jonathan's descendants must travel to Egypt to destroy their ancestral enemy once and for all. On one side: Joseph Joestar and Jotaro Kujo ("JoJo" for short)...a globetrotting martial artist and his delinquent Japanese-English grandson. On the other side: a vampire and an army of murderers possessed by evil spirits, the monstrous "Stands". But Jotaro and Joseph have "Stands" too...and the stage is set for a terrifying battle as the heroes fight their way around the world! Adapted into anime, action figures and video games, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is one of the weirdest, most influential Jump manga ever! Part VI: (Volumes 064 to 080) Time: Early 21st Century -- Place: A Florida prison Set in and around the maximum-security Green Dolphin Street prison in Florida, surrounded by palm trees, swamps, and man-eating alligators, this storyline stars Jolyne Cujoh (Stand: Stone Free), the daughter of Jotaro Cujoh. After being falsely accused of a hit-and-run automobile accident, she is sentenced to 15 years in jail, a plot which may be orchestrated by some dark conspiracy, some unknown enemy. Series 6 is a weird prison story in which Jolyne discovers her own powers and other Stand Users while trying to escape the pen. Her dad Jotaro Cujoh returns for a cameo in the first few volumes, and Dio, the ultra-villain of the JoJo series, also shows up in several flashbacks, with a fragment of his corpse playing a major plot point. This series appears to be an attempt for Araki to relaunch the series for new readers (the graphic novels are numbered starting with "Vol. 1" with "JoJo Vol. 63", and so forth, in small letters) by re-explaining the Stands and introducing a slinky, appealing female protagonist. And for the most part, it takes place within a literally confined environment -- Araki had previously done some short manga stories set in jail, so maybe that's where his current interests lie. Note also that Jolyne is the first American (specifically Japanese-American) JoJo protagonist. The sheer level of weirdness is also pretty mind-boggling, with all kinds of bizarre phenomena -- rains of frogs, time distortion, and some extremely odd, conceptual Stands. And the ending is probably one of the strangest things ever to happen in the series. Part VII: (Volumes 081 ) Going under the name Steel Ball Run it started out as a separate manga series but later became Part VII to JoJo, this installment takes place in the wild west in 1890 (about the same time period as the first arc of JoJo). Major noticeable difference's from the previous 6 parts of JoJo is that the manga doesn't bear the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure title and the main character's name cannot be shortened to JoJo but rather a supporting character's name can.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3: Stardust Crusaders

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3: Stardust Crusaders

SERIES 3: "Stardust Crusaders" The third arc of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Stardust Crusaders takes place 100 years after Jonathan Joestar defeats Dio Brando. Dio is back, and Jonathan's descendants must travel to Egypt to destroy their ancestral enemy once and for all. On one side: Joseph Joestar and Jotaro Kujo ("JoJo" for short)...a globetrotting martial artist and his delinquent Japanese-English grandson. On the other side: a vampire and an army of murderers possessed by evil spirits, the monstrous "Stands". But Jotaro and Joseph have "Stands" too...and the stage is set for a terrifying battle as the heroes fight their way around the world! Adapted into anime, action figures and video games, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is one of the weirdest, most influential Jump manga ever!

JoJo - Dead Man's Questions

JoJo - Dead Man's Questions

Dead man's questions tells the story after Kira Yoshikage's death.

Jojos Bizarre Adventure Part 8 Jojolion

Jojos Bizarre Adventure Part 8 Jojolion

SERIES 8: Jojolion This is the 8th installment of the Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken saga -- an alternative take on Diamond wa Kudakenai (Part 4).

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 2: Battle Tendency

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 2: Battle Tendency

SERIES 2: "Battle Tendency" The second arc in Jojo's Bizarre Adventure, Battle Tendency follows Joseph Joestar, Jonathan's grandson, as he battles other vampires and eventually the Pillar Men. It turns out these Pillar Men are the makers of the stone masks (which create normal vampires), and are after the Red Stone of Asia in order to become the ultimate life forms. Luckily for Joseph, he has an affinity to use Ripple and trains under Lisa Lisa. They form a team with her other disciples and some unexpected allies to defeat the Pillar Men.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 5: Vento Aureo

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 5: Vento Aureo

SERIES 5: Vento Aureo Vento Aureo follows Giorno Giovana, the son Dio Brando had while possessing Jonathan Joestar's body, as he rises to the top of organized crime. Giorno wants to become a Gang Star in order to help make the world a better place. His mob group must first be won over to accept him and his ideals as they take on missions with their Stand abilities. The later half of the story boils down to a showdown between their group and the Boss as the Boss tries to erase anyone who knows about him.

Henjin Henkutsu Retsuden

Henjin Henkutsu Retsuden

Explores the lives of the famous yet not famous people that lived in our world--such as Nikola Tesla, Typhoid Mary, the woman behind the Winchester Mystery House, Kou Yoshio, and much much more. Art by Araki Hirohiko and Onikubo Hirohisa, all stories by Araki Hirohiko.


Gorgeous

Gorgeous

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Genre: Shounen

Cool Shock BT

Cool Shock BT

The creator of Baoh and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure presents a manga about magic and mysteries! You'll meet him at 13:13 pm, on Friday the 13th. He'll do an uncanny intro where he plays a trick on you! And wherever he goes, trouble seems to always follows. Who is this person that creates such incidents? None other than Cool Shock BT!

Baoh

Baoh

An innocent young man, Ikuroo, has a parasite known as Baoh implanted in his brain by an evil organization, Doress. The parasite makes him nearly immortal and gives him the ability to transform into a really powerful beastie when he's in trouble. Doress intends to use him in some sort of ploy for world domination. But while they're moving him around, a young psychic girl, Sumire (who's also being held by the organization), sets him free, and the two escape together. Of course, Dr. Kasuminome is the mad scientist behind the whole thing, and he isn't about to let his test subject get away... and he has everything from superpowered lackeys to a small army at his disposal.
Genre: Shounen, Sci-fi