JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE WORLD is coming over to the United States again. It will be in California and New Jersey in March and April 2024.
A roundup of the new JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure merchandise at Wonder Festival 2024 Winter, particularly featuring Steel Ball Run.
VIZ Media is releasing the JoJo A-Go!Go! art book and the Crazy Diamond’s Demonic Heartbreak spin-off manga in English in Fall 2024.
Hirohiko Araki’s debut serialization, “Cool Shock B.T.”, is getting a new one-shot in the April 2024 issue of Saikyo Jump.
Hirohiko Araki writes congratulatory message for 900th anniversary of the Golden Hall (Konjiki-dō)’s construction at Chūson-ji Temple.
The singer Bruno Mars released a video of him in Japan, wearing a sweatshirt of Foo Fighters from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean.
The mobile game Tower of Saviors is collaborating with JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, adding characters from first three parts in January 2024.
Cool Shock Old B.T.’s second chapter features numerous callbacks to JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Say Hi to Virginia, and Araki’s past works.
Tokyo Metro trains are themed after the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series until the end of December, promoting Part 9: The JOJOLands.
Wonder Planet and LINE’s Weekly Shonen Jump 50th anniversary mobile game “Jumputi Heroes” ends service in March 2024.
Warner Bros. Japan and Medicos Entertainment are holding JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: The Animation Booths at Jump Festa 2024.
Hirohiko Araki drew Mao Daichi in commemoration of her 50th anniversary as an actress. The art was displayed in her concert “PURE GOLD”.
Hirohiko Araki recommends Sho-chan’s Adventures -The Complete-, drawing its main characters as tribute for its 100th anniversary.
3rd issue of JOJO magazine releases in December 2023 with rey infinito’s ending, Cool Shock Old B.T., a Ghiaccio and Melone story, and more.
The original villain of the “Escape from JoJo’s Bizarre Nightmare” attraction is revealed: Moschino with the Stand Tangerine Dream.