Hirohiko Araki comments about piracy for music video campaign sang by Vaundy, featuring several manga including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.
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An interview with Hirohiko Araki included in the Japanese edition of Rohan au Louvre, published on May 31, 2011.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure creator, Hirohiko Araki, draws twelve illustrations for “Great Figures in the History of Asia” book covers.
Story based on Squalo and Tizzano, rey infinito continuation, and Hirohiko Araki’s Manga Techniques sequel will be in JOJO magazine 2022 WINTER.
The 2023 issue of Kono Mystery ga Sugoi! features Rohan, an interview with Hirohiko Araki, and essays from novelists about Araki’s works.
Hirohiko Araki congratulated Yoshihiro Togashi for his exhibition by drawing Yu Yu Hakusho’s protagonist, Yusuke Urameshi, in the JoJo style.
Ultra Jump releases a set of hoodies featuring exclusive artwork by Hirohiko Araki to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the series.
Araki appears in a video presentation at Anime Expo 2022 to give a warm welcome to fans.
Hirohiko Araki redraws the cover of Dragon Ball Volume 33 featuring Gohan and Cell for the 40th anniversary of the series.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga artist, Hirohiko Araki, is featured in a German documentary film, Popcult Japan, released in June 2022.
Thanks to Hirohiko Araki’s donated paintings of Yamato Takeru and Oto Tachibana Hime, Kumanokotai Shrine has received dozens of visitors.
Hirohiko Araki will give a lesson on how to appreciate Western paintings on NHK ETV’s Sunday Art Museum program on May 8.
A 2022 interview from “VOGUE+” magazine discussing Hirohiko Araki’s inspirations and influences behind Stone Ocean.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure creator, Hirohiko Araki, comments on The Godfather trilogy for the 50th anniversary, mentioning his favorite scene.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure creator, Hirohiko Araki, recommends watching the documentary film “Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm”.
A 2003 interview from “Quarterly S” magazine discussing Hirohiko Araki’s first public art exhibition in Paris.
Hirohiko Araki announced that a new one-shot featuring Rohan Kishibe will release next year in early 2022. JoJo Part 9 is still in the works.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure creator, Hirohiko Araki, feels proud for Clint Eastwood’s 50th anniversary as a director with “Cry Macho” film.
A 2018 interview between SPUR magazine and Hirohiko Araki, taking a look at four of the most iconic heroines to appear in JoJo.
A 1996 interview from Kappa Magazine talking in-depth about Hirohiko Araki’s biggest inspirations, the origin of Stands, and more!