JoJo s Bizarre Adventure Part Phantom Blood Vol Young Jonathan Joestar s life is forever changed when he meets his new adopted brother Dio For some reason Dio has a smoldering grudge against him and derives pleasure from seeing him suffer But eve

  • Title: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1—Phantom Blood, Vol. 1
  • Author: Hirohiko Araki Evan Galloway
  • ISBN: 9781421578798
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Young Jonathan Joestar s life is forever changed when he meets his new adopted brother, Dio For some reason, Dio has a smoldering grudge against him and derives pleasure from seeing him suffer But every man has his limits, as Dio finds out This is the beginning of a long and hateful relationship

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    1. Hirohiko Araki Evan Galloway says:

      Hirohiko Araki is a Japanese manga artist.He left school before graduation from Miyagi University of Education.Favorites Enjoys the baseball manga Kyojin No Hoshii Star of the Giants Enjoys the videogames Mario Kart and BombermanLikes Prince and other African American singers, as well as jazz, rock and rap.He has received the Tezuka Award.



    2 thoughts on “JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1—Phantom Blood, Vol. 1

    1. It was not a bad start. The art was kind of dated but not that bad and the action was very over the top at some panels. The story was easy to follow, simple and abit naive. There was some unexpacted gore, i wouldn't expect such a level of gore from a shounen. I started to read Jojo because i heard that the manga will be very good in the future parts, especially starting with Part 3: Stardust Crusaders. But the part 1 was not bad for sure, if you can look over some naive parts of the story, they [...]

    2. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is one of the longest running and most popular manga in Japan, starting out in 1986 and still going strong to this day. But the history of JoJo in the west is far from simple, and for the most part kind of unsatisfactory. But this could finally be changing.JoJo is currently on Part 8 in Japan, and to date the only complete part published physically in the west is Part 3: Stardust Crusaders, which stars Jotaro Kujo, who is subsequently the most well-known of the “JoJo [...]

    3. I read this on the recommendation of a teen at the library, who wanted to share this weird comic where the men are all drawn in the ridiculously sexualized way that women in most superhero comics are. I enjoyed reading this, and it's definitely different. I don't know if I'll be picking up more volumes anytime soon, though, I'm not feeling into reading things that are serialized these days, plus I feel that non-graphic novels give me more bang for my buck. That's not something I always feel, I l [...]

    4. gonna give this 5 stars because it was amazing. amazingly over the top. there were ne'er punches punchier, hatred hatier, artifacts more powerful and bloodthirsty, etc. Hard to describe how delightful this is.

    5. Reseña de Rubén Merino para Zona Negativa:zonanegativa/jojos-bizDespués de muchas ilusiones frustradas y momentos en los que parecía que sí, pero al final era un no, por fin tenemos en nuestras manos el primer tomo de Phantom Blood, la saga de apertura de JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, uno de los mangas más afamados de la historia. Preparad vuestra mejor "JoJo Pose", que esto acaba de empezar.Hay acontecimientos culturales que se retrasan en el tiempo durante un largo período hasta que por fin [...]

    6. Video review now available:youtube/watch?v=hWXjB5 out of 5 stars.This manga was NOT what I expected in the slightest, and I am so glad for that, because it almost feels like a lot of animes and mangas I look at lately seem to blend together, with a few exceptions.If you're wondering what JoJo's Bizzare Adventure is about, let me break it down for you. It takes place in the time period of the 1880s and revolves all around two characters - Jonathan Joestar and Dio Brando - who are connected becaus [...]

    7. After reading this book I was so eager to read the next volume of this critically acclaimed series. The author Hirohiko Araki story telling makes you always look forward to turning the page and knowing that you'll won't be disappointed. His art style makes it easier to know what is going on and at the visuals pull you in into the book and you just can't stop reading. This manga shows us the story of a bloodline called the "JoeStars" staring with the father of the main protagonist of this volume [...]

    8. Jonathan Joestar is a young boy living a happy life in his father’s mansion when his new adopted brother, Dio Brando, arrives. JoJo is known for sticking up to bullies and defending women, but Dio begins their relationship by viciously kicking his dog. His inexplicable torment continues from there, and both their lives are forever changed. This is the first volume in a legendary, iconic manga series, which is one of the longest running and most popular series in Japan to date. It began in 1986 [...]

    9. Brutal. Ahora entiendo por qué esta serie lleva tantos años (desde 1987) y es tan popular. Sobre la edición de Ivrea, mirando que no les autorizaron a sacar la edición de lujo, han creado su propio lujo en esta edición con portadas preciosas, tinta plateada en la cubierta interior, ilustración interior a todo color sin logotipos y muchas muchas páginas, si os fijáis en el resto de ediciones esta es la que más tienes. Otras 5 estrellas para ellos.

    10. This first volume was filled to the brim with way OTT character designs and crazy action/reaction scenes that were mostly hard to read (though I am willing to make some allowances for something created in the late 80s). The story was basic at best, but somehow I still want to read more, especially as many people say that Araki was merely warming up with Phantom Blood. It certainly helps that the physical volumes themselves are things of beauty. 3.25 stars.

    11. Hmm. I wanted to get perspective on the live action film, but this didn't do it. There are characters named Dio and Speedwagon. I think that says enough.

    12. Well, I'm not the demographic for this book, but I was willing to give it a good shot. My young son-in-law recommended it when I asked for a "best-seller from a genre I don't normally read" (Popsugar 2017 challenge). I used to be a graphic-novels snob, thinking they were shallow and childish until Echo and Wonderstruck converted me regarding the medium's potential. And while vampire/zombie/werewolf stories are not my usual choice of entertainment (I just find it overwhelmingly overdone these day [...]

    13. Actual rating - 2.5 stars.When Dio Brando's father passes away, a nobleman he "saved" years earlier agrees to take in Dio and raise him as his own alongside his own son Jonathan. Dio's father was a real scumbag and the apple didn't fall far from the tree - Dio, if anything, is actually much worse. Dio makes it his life goal to torment Jonathan Joestar, a young man who wants to be a true gentleman, and take his family for everything it's worth. There's also a stone mask that has vampiric qualitie [...]

    14. Struggling between and 2 and a 3 star Honestly a really really lovely looking book and incredible quality! I went into this pretty much blind and I didn't know what to expect and really really didn't like it. The art isn't my cup of tea. Very exaggerated and i don't know muscular? bara came to mind whooooops And the eyes! Oh god the eyes! But the colour pages really are great. I loved how smokey they looked but the writing wasn't anything fantastic, it all was written so stiffly. I liked how the [...]

    15. This was my first foray into the JoJo manga and it was interesting, to say the least. The art style is pretty unique, even if the anatomy is crazytown, and I can appreciate the big buff dudes all over the place. The villain is very evil right out of the gate and the hero comes off as bratty until later on in the book when he grew on me more. The story is interesting, but the dialogue leaves much to be desired.There's a lot of bad stuff that goes on in this book and it's not for the faint of hear [...]

    16. What a read. To be honest I had no idea what I should expect from this book but I have a bad feeling that I will have to read all 8 parts of it. It was really action-packed and there were some really epic scenes. DIO is an awesome and hilarious villain and I also like the first JoJo. The characters are drawn in a strange way but its stylish. However the background and the color pages are absolutely beautiful on several cases. I am really curious what this is all about and I cannot wait until my [...]

    17. better than attack on titan. Its been along time since a book has held my interest this much. its pretty much like the manga equivalent of a medium rare steak. even though i know it feels like a 4 star book, its just. i couldnt put it down. i dont think i d ever associate with the fanbase but i would recomend this book to people who are okay with weird over the top art styles. and i also think the kinda message is pretty well put together; dont be that guy, dont be a dick, dont devote your life [...]

    18. I love this series. I'm new to it and I've only seen some parts of the anime, but I love it. I'm becoming more obsessed by each part I see. This manga is the very first of the series. It was first published in 1986, in Japan. The artwork reflects this era of style. I used to not care for it but now I appreciate it for what it is and how it's changed. It's perfect for the story and the parts that were colored were fantastic. Some bits were campy and too funny considering how dramatic it was. A gr [...]

    19. This came upon high recommendation from a library worker at the Downtown Library. She's crazy about this series, and made it sound really interesting.So, I had it held, checked it out, and tried reading it. I just couldn't get into it at all. But, I must say that I like the orange-tinted color scheme of the art.

    20. This is a very unique story that sometimes sacrifices character and world building for style and shock but its definitely worth checking out, from what I understand it gets a lot better as the story goes on, this was a very interesting jumping off point for a narrative to begin with.

    21. One of the Greatest Thriller Horror Shonen Manga's of all times JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, what can I say about this series its full of greatness action weird and Bizarre and A awesome series if your a fan of Shonen manga check it out JoJo

    22. This comic is seriously nuts, and I kind of love it. I'm reading the second volume now, and it's crazy enough that I'll probably even write a blog about it, like I used to do.

    23. Centuries ago in Mexico, an offshoot of the Aztecs discovered a method of attaining eternal life through the consumption of human blood. They ruled supreme for a while, then abruptly vanished from the pages of history. One of their mysterious stone masks was excavated in the latter half of the Nineteenth Century, and made its way to Britain. There, it became the catalyst that altered the fate of two young men and their descendants.In 1868, lower-class ne’er-do-well Dario Brando was returning h [...]

    24. Sé que estoy un poco loco, porque si no no me explico cómo me meto en una obra que tendrá como mínimo 50 tomos de los gordos, y eso sin contar con que publiquen los últimos quince años de la misma…Los más avispados os habréis dado cuenta de que estoy hablando de Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure (el título del post es una pista importante) y el tomo del que os hablaré hoy es el primero de ésta obra.Estamos hablando de un manga que es toda una institución en Japón, uno con 119 tomos publi [...]

    25. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1- Phantom Blood by Hirohiko Araki was written in the late 1980's and started the series which is still being written today and has become what Hirohiko Araki is most known for. I personally really enjoyed this and consider it worth reading. The series is fictional with elements of the supernatural and follows a young man named Jonathan throughout his journey to train in the art of "hamon," a special power that few can master, in order to defeat his adopted brother [...]

    26. ¿Cómo? ¿Tres estrellas solo para este primer tomo del manga que está destinado a salvar nuestras almas? Vamos a ser sinceros. Phantom Blood (Part I) no está nada mal, pero con la perspectiva de la actualidad enamora pero con menos tirón. La descripción de personajes es magnífica: Jojo es un buenazo que aspira a ser caballero, su padre es el buenazo mayor, Dio es un psicópata (muy bien descrito, podría ser perfectamente una escisión del Joker) y Speedwagon es un robaescenas de cuidado. [...]

    27. Jonathan Joestar is a young boy living a happy life in his father’s mansion when his new adopted brother, Dio Brando, arrives. JoJo is known for sticking up to bullies and defending women, but Dio begins their relationship by viciously kicking his dog. His inexplicable torment continues from there, and both their lives are forever changed. This is the first volume in a legendary, iconic manga series, which is one of the longest running and most popular series in Japan to date. It began in 1986 [...]

    28. I'm not sure whether I want to give this 3 stars or 4, because it doesn't feel like something new to me anymore. I watched the Jojo anime last October or November or December (part 1 and part 2 anyway), and the story and characters are just embedded in my brain now, like they've always been there. Honestly, Hirohiko Araki's story of Jojo is amazing, it's just less so the second time around. But it's still great taking a trip down memory lane as some would say. And there are a few SLIGHT differen [...]

    29. Given the pacing of Phantom Blood as a whole, I feel it was a good decision for this edition to go past the end of the original first volume to the moment where Dio finally goes full villain, since it's the last steps to that point that mark the transition from Victorian Drama prologue to the balls to the wall crazy supernatural bullshit of the entire rest of the series. It's a much better cliffhanger, too--you know one part of what's going to happen next, but what about all the other parts? How [...]

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