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After teaching Jonathan how to use the Ripple, they set out to seek the defeat of Dio, accompanied by Speedwagon. He explained the latter as a description for humanity's ability to grow and overcome hardships through one's strength and spirit; this is a recurring theme that has been used in all following parts of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, portrayed through people succeeding in fights through their own actions, without relying on machines or gods. , On February 7, 1889, Dio mortally wounds Jonathan. Jonathan is unable to breathe properly due to the collar and is unable to use the Ripple, leaving him in danger.
Another three-volume collection with new cover art by Araki was released from December 4, 2013 to January 4, 2014 … It was also adapted into an action-adventure video game by Bandai. The Mask activates, and many spikes pierce the man's skull. Jonathan and Zeppeli then discover with shock that Dio developed a counter to the Ripple, and Zeppeli's arms are frozen by him.  Joined by Zeppeli's fellow Hamon users, on December 1, 1888, Jonathan destroys Dio's body by sending Hamon directly through him.  Jonathan was designed to be a symbol for the story and setting, something Araki would continue doing with later protagonists in the series. Phantom Blood was originally serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump under the title JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 1 Jonathan Joestar: His Youth.  Luster thought that the art was not nearly as good as Araki's later works, but that it was charming and worked despite the "twisted proportions" due to its high intensity and stylization. List of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure characters § Part 1: Phantom Blood, "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1--Phantom Blood, Vol. 7月13日（金）より、[ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 第1部・第2部・第3部]をズキュウウウンとデジタル配信開始ッ!!! This gives him the ability to suck another's blood with his finger as well as superhuman strength. The couple see their companions off and board a ship to America for their honeymoon.  Weekly Shōnen Jump readers were critical of the first few chapters, finding Jonathan unlikable as he kept losing against Dio at that point. However, to be assured of the lethal effect of the mask, Dio experiments with it on a drunken beggar he finds in the streets. [e] Then, on November 30, 1888, Jonathan, Speedwagon, and Zeppeli travel to Wind Knights Lot, where Dio is creating an army of zombies. The story follows Jonathan Joestar as he matures with, and eventually combats, his adoptive brother: the cunning and merciless Dio Brando. Zeppeli manages to drive Jack away but then tells Jonathan to finish him off as a lesson. "The Medieval Knights' Training Ground for Murder", 33–35. Speedwagon destroys the stone mask. Jonathan becomes suspicious of Dio's excessive care for him and is certain that he has ulterior motives, especially after discovering an old letter written by Dario Brando on his deathbed requesting George Joestar to care for Dio. Dio calls off the horde that surrounded him, saying that Jonathan was his quarry and his alone. ", "ITmedia +D Games：日本中を"波紋"に巻き込め――「ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 ファントムブラッド共同プロジェクト」記者発表会 (1/2)", "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3 TV Anime Confirmed", "North American Anime, Manga Releases, February 22–28", "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1--Phantom Blood, Vol. , The box set for the three-volume JoJonium release of the series was the 47th best selling comic in Japan during its debut week according to Oricon, selling an estimated 19,374 copies.
It was originally serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from January to October 1987 under the title of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 1 Jonathan Joestar: His Youth, and was collected into five volumes by Jump Comics.  Zeppeli is mortally wounded by one of these zombies, Tarkus,[f] and passes the last of his Hamon energy on to Jonathan before dying. Araki did however note that due to the weekly format of the series, Jonathan's initial regression when Dio turns Jonathan's happy life into hardships meant that Jonathan's growth remained in the negative for a few weeks after the series' premiere, leading to a negative feeling that Jonathan always loses.  After Jonathan overpowers Dio in a battle, Dio gets revenge by murdering Jonathan's pet dog Danny, before biding his time.  Due to the popularity of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone at the time, Araki designed characters with muscular body types. However, Jonathan manages to defrost himself with the fires surrounding them and deals a direct hit to Dio, who is sent into a cliff. Phantom Blood (ファントムブラッド Fantomu Buraddo) is the first part of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.  Jonathan and Dio, the protagonist and antagonist, were created with the duality of light and shadow in mind, with the intention to have them contrast against each other: Dio was depicted as an embodiment of evil, and Jonathan as "fundamentally virtuous" and just. In the tunnels, Jonathan learns to use the Ripple in other ways than simply destroying Vampires. However, Poco manages to sneak inside the room and allows Zeppeli and Speedwagon to enter. Araki described the themes of the story as "being alive" and "an affirmation that humanity is wonderful", with characters growing and overcoming problems through their own actions. A close quarter fight ensues, but Dio initially takes the advantage thanks to his blood-freezing ability. Dio discovers that Jonathan is tougher than he thought. As part of his scheme, Dio torments Jonathan in ways such as "mistaking" his dog for attacking him and proceeding to knee them in the jaw, violently beating him in a boxing match and turns his friends against him, all while presenting himself before Jonathan's father as a better gentleman and student than his adoptive brother.
Dio then comes back as a vampire and slaughters the policemen.  ComicsAlliance disliked how the art felt derivative of Fist of the North Star.  Jonathan dies with Dio's head in his arms. , From the start of the planning of the manga, Araki intended to depict Dio as a "cool" character who descends into villainy. The first part of the prologue is set in Mexico circa the 12th–16th century. "The Three from a Faraway Land (1–3)", 39–44.  Dio's name was taken directly from the Italian word for "god", and was chosen to sound good together with the name "JoJo". Jonathan becomes trapped in a room with Tarkus, who collars him in preparation for an old form of fighting, leaving the others outside. Description First story arc of JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken series. Although Dio manages to mortally wound Jonathan in front of Erina, Jonathan uses the last of his Ripple to destroy Wang Chan's head, causing his body to jam the ship's engine and trigger an explosion. and released in Japanese theaters in 2007. 1", "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Part 1 GN 1 - Review", "JoJo, Fist of the North Star Creators Discuss Their Manga, Influences", "Interview: Jojo's Bizarre Adventure Creator Hirohiko Araki", "Fan Chart Makes Understanding The Eight Parts Of "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure" Easy", "格ゲーじゃない……ジョジョゲーだッ！ ――「ジョジョの奇妙な冒険」連載25周年記念発表会 (1/2)", "Viz Media Adds JoJo's Bizarre Adventures: Battle Tendency, Requiem of the Rose King Manga", "ジョジョがスマートフォン・タブレットで読める! Another young boy from London, Dio Brando, is adopted by them due to having recently lost his father, Dario. Jonathan and the group destroy the Stone Mask the next morning, having protected the town. The ship explodes with both men inside as Erina escapes in Dio's coffin, pregnant with Jonathan's child, as well as protecting a surviving infant whose parents were killed in the attack on the ship, thus setting in motion the events of the entire series. When Jonathan finds solace in a relationship with Erina Pendleton, Dio steals his girlfriend Erina's first kiss.
In a final attack, Dio ensnares Jonathan with tendrils from his neck and attempts to decapitate him, only for Jonathan to stab him with the shrapnel and thwart his assault. Jonathan Joestar, a young wealthy son living in Victorian England, has his life destroyed by a recently orphaned Dio Brando, who was taken in by Jonathan's father. On February 2, 1889, Jonathan marries his childhood love Erina.  Kory Cerjak at The Fandom Post enjoyed the artwork, however, calling it "straight out of the 80s", giving the series a similar feeling to watching a good action film from that time period.
, Phantom Blood was created using a ki-shō-ten-ketsu structure – introduction (ki), development (shō), twist (ten), and resolution (ketsu) – along with the rule of rising and falling, in which the hero must grow over time in relation to their starting point in the beginning of the story, and not stagnate or regress.  The mask instead turns the drunkard into a powerful vampire who nearly kills Dio before being destroyed by sunlight. , Phantom Blood was met with reviews ranging from critical to positive. Jonathan Joestar vs. Dio Brando (as children), Jonathan Joestar vs. Robert E. O. Speedwagon, Jonathan Joestar & Robert E. O. Speedwagon vs. Dio Brando, Jonathan Joestar & Will Anthonio Zeppeli vs. Jack the Ripper, Jonathan Joestar & Will A. Zeppeli vs. Dio Brando, Jonathan Joestar & Will A. Zeppeli vs. Tarkus, Dire, Jonathan Joestar, Straizo, Tonpetty & Robert E. O. Speedwagon vs. Dio Brando & Zombie (2nd Battle), Jonathan Joestar vs. Wang Chan and Dio Brando (3rd Battle). Araki designed him with a mustache, drawing inspiration from the appearances of the painter Salvador Dalí and the Osomatsu-kun character Iyami; this was considered a gamble, as mustachioed characters in shōnen magazines were considered to appear old and untrustworthy, potentially turning readers off. JoJo's Bizarre Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. Using an ancient stone mask, Dio transforms himself into a vampire, and Jonathan learns the sunlight-based martial arts technique of Hamon[d] to fight him. , As part of the creation of each character, Araki wrote down a fictional history for the character, to prevent inconsistencies; while not all information he writes in these is used directly in the manga, it helps him determine how the character should act and react in different situations. Unfortunately, George has been ill for some time. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump from January to October 1987 under the title of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 1 Jonathan Joestar: His Youth, and was collected into five volumes by Jump Comics. The next day, they leave on a ship to America on their honeymoon.
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