It was a powerful family with English roots; most of its members attract particular trials and tribulations when confronting the supernatural. The Joestar family has had a rich history and each of its members have had wildly different lives from each others. One of their key features are a star-shaped birthmark above their left shoulder blade, a feature that was hijacked by Dio Brando when he stole Jonathan's body. They began as a noble and well-off family of British society, residing in a luxurious mansion in England, thanks to George I's trading business. However, his son, Jonathan, burned down the mansion in an effort to slay the vampirised Dio Brando, and the family has lived elsewhere since then, their homes occupying different countries depending on the generation. The family has also abandoned its roots in nobility notwithstanding most of the descendants having prominent occupations.
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
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Having been betrayed by her lawyer , Jolyne has been sentenced to fifteen years in prison. On her way to her cell, Jolyne falls over and begins unraveling into string. She realizes that she can control this string, and that no one else can see it. The guards take off her straitjacket and order her to get up. They take her to the level four maximum security prison, where she will spend her sentence.
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For a long time, the manga only had a small following, and the west at large was more familiar with the Capcom fighting game Heritage for the Future and OVA adaptations of Stardust Crusaders , mainly due to all the memes both produced. With the advent of the David Productions anime, the JoJo franchise's popularity skyrocketed worldwide, bringing in legions of new fans and spawning even more memes. The manga's 30th anniversary in saw the release of a live action film based on Part 4, directed by Takashi Miike. Principle photography began in late in Sitges, Spain, which doubled for the fictional town of Morioh. The is the hub page for all JoJo mangas can be seen here.
Lovers is, unlike most Stands, of microscopic size, enabling it to infiltrate the human body unnoticed. It resembles a robotic humanoid creature with an insectoid head and with crab pincers for hands. Its design is a combination of a fly, a flea, and the robot from the science fiction film Short Circuit W. Lovers is red with blue lenses in the colored manga.