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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Voice Casting Part 6's English Dub

Hirohiko Araki's beloved shonen hit Jojo's Bizarre Adventureis set to premiere its sixth part, Stone Ocean, on Netflix in the coming months. While the Japanese voice cast has been released, the English dub cast is still under wraps, but there are some great choices that should be first on the call sheet.

Subs versus dubs is one of the most ever-present debates in the anime community, but regardless of ideas of purity, some fans are always going to want to hear the shows in their native language. For those fans, an English voice acting cast can make or break an anime series.

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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure part 6 is an opportunity for characters beloved on the manga page to be fully voiced for the first time, but at least one major character is a returning performance. Jotaro Kujo, the protagonist of part 3 and featured player of parts 4 and 5, will be returning to the screen for part 6. With that in mind, his is the easiest casting. Voice acting legend and Dungeon Master to the stars Matthew Mercer has portrayed Jotaro since 2017 and should be the obvious choice for his continued appearance. Both to maintain continuity, and because Mercer's performance is outstanding and iconic.

The most important casting decision is the main character, Jolyne Cujoh. Jolyne is Jotaro's estranged daughter, a fiercely independent hardcore rebel who finds herself in jail. The character has never been voiced in English, only in Japanese, originally by Miyuki Sawashiro and in the upcoming series by Fairouz-Ai Kadota. There are a number of great voice actors to portray this character, but there is one who has been personally clamoring for the role for years in advance.

Kira Buckland is perhaps best known for her performance as 2B in the hit game Nier: Automata, but longtime fans of hers will immediately recognize her love for Jojo and for Jolyne in particular. A glance at her social media will see her in full cosplay of the character and she's repeatedly voiced her desire to portray the character when she is finally dubbed. Buckland has actually already appeared in Jojo, as the upbeat ghost Reimi Sugimoto. Buckland's voice acting career began in the old-school Flash animation community and she has played a wide variety of roles. That combination of experience and passion would make Kira Buckland the perfect choice for Jolyne Cujoh.

Like most Jojo narratives, the main hero is accompanied by a cast of allies, the first of which is Ermes Costello. Ermes is Jolyne's first close friend, an aggressive, headstrong, and loyal fellow prisoner who entered jail willingly to seek vengeance. Ermes is loud and outrageous, often swearing and shouting with real power. On top of that, Ermes has an interesting background, raised by a Mexican immigrant single father.

One fantastic choice for the role would be Monica Rial. Rial is hugely prolific, voicing hundreds of characters since her career began in 1999, and her work spans the breadth of characters and tones. She is perhaps best known right now for her role as Tsuyu Asui AKA Froppy in My Hero Academia, but a role that is very comparable to voicing Ermes would be her performance as Michiko Malandro from Michiko & Hatchin.

Perhaps the strangest character in Jojo part 6 is F.F. Referred to as Foo Fighters in Japan, F.F. is a colony of plankton given more robust life through the careless tossing of a magical item into a nearby ocean. Though they are capable of shapeshifting at will, they take the form of an incarcerated woman and remain in that form to blend in. F.F. is an unusual character, defined mainly by their complete lack of experience with the world around them, leading towards a curious and excitable personality.

The Japanese voice actor for the character is Mariya Ise, who is best known for her role as Killua Zoldyck in Hunter X Hunter. In the English dub, that character is voiced by prolific dub actor Christina Valenzuela. This confluence and the similar tone of the characters, Killua is a similarly stoic and dispassionate character, points to an interesting casting choice. Valenzuela is also well known for her role as Homura Akemi from Puella Magi Madoka Magica, another character with a comparable cold tone that leads towards her as a great choice for the role.

Another ally on the team is the enigmatic Weather Forecast, known as Weather Report in Japan. Weather is a tougher character to cast. When he is introduced, he is suffering from amnesia. He is fairly calm and weird in the first half of the series but undergoes a massive change when his memories come back to him. Casting Weather requires an actor that can pull of the naive silly take and the grim turn taken later in the series. One great pick for the role could be Critical Role mainstay and noted goth Tallesin Jaffe. Jaffe has the range to evolve the character and the tenor to provide the two uniquely unhinged performances that make up Weather Forecast.

Narciso Anasui is the last of the major allies, his name localized in America as Narc Anastasia. Anastasia appears first in disguise, but after he reappears in his true form, his primary trait is his romantic obsession with Jolyne. Whenever Jolyne is on screen, his attitude is lovesick and determined. This is played for laughs more often than not, Jolyne does not reciprocate Anastasia's affections and that leaves him looking pathetic.

One great pick for the role might be Bill Rodgers. Though he has voiced a huge number of characters and creatures in his over 20-year career, one of his best known would be Brock from Pokemon. He also portrayed Lucario and a number of other Pokemon. These roles, combined with some of his others lead to the idea that he'd be perfect to play a new lovesick fool.

Finally, the big villain of the piece, Father Enrico Pucci. Known simply as Father in America, Pucci is a religious fanatic and a devotee of Jojo's long-running villain Dio. Pucci is a diabolical mastermind, plotting intricate schemes and using complex strategies to accomplish his goals. Despite his evil, he is fairly calm, prone to idle chat, and often trails off into philosophical diatribes. The character demands gravitas, but also a level of quiet determination which sells fear without shouting or swearing.

A great pick for the dark priest would be Kyle Hebert, the fantastic talent behind many beloved characters. Hebert is well known as the voice of Kamina from Gurren Lagan, adult Gohan from Dragon Ball Z, and most appropriately, Sosuke Aizen from Bleach. The man who conveyed the stoic terror that was Aizen is perfect to bring Pucci the gravitas he deserves.

Stone Ocean is a fantastic part of Jojo, and the upcoming anime adaptation is one of the hottest properties coming soon. Fans will discover the English cast for the beloved characters sometime in the near future, and hopefully it will be as great as it should be.

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An English dub is in the cards for the first three episodes of JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE: STARDUST CRUSADERS, and Crunchyroll has got the exclusive in the form of streaming video for all members and a special screening event to be held at Anime Expo on July 5th.

Crunchyroll – All episodes and seasons up to and including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind. Hulu – All episodes and seasons up to and including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable. Netflix – All episodes and seasons up to and including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders.

Is the English dub of JoJo good?

The JoJo dubs are actually very good, in terms of modern dubs. They fit their characters wonderfully, and still stick to the same content. So instead of jumping on it for being a dub, give it a watch. They may not be perfect, but is JoJo, really?Aug 5, 2017

Does Hulu have JoJo dubbed?

Hulu has season one dubbed but seasons 2 and 3 are subbed only. Crunchyroll is also subbed only and Funimation doesn’t have Jojo at all.

Does JoJo have a good dub?

The JoJo dubs are actually very good, in terms of modern dubs. They fit their characters wonderfully, and still stick to the same content. So instead of jumping on it for being a dub, give it a watch.

What is JoJo in English?

jojo (plural jojos) (colloquial) cool, nice, good.

Does JoJo have an English dub?

JoJos does have a dub, but Adult Swim has it so its hard to find the whole thing online legally.

How much of JoJo is dubbed?

Technically all JoJo parts are dubbed, but not fully. Part 5 is still on episode 31, it kept going in hiatuses and if they hadn’t they’d be done by now, but that’s a rant for a different question.

Does Netflix have JoJo?

Yes! Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is now streaming on Netflix US. Out of the four seasons produced, only one is available for now with 26 episodes.

How many seasons of JoJo are dubbed?

Technically all JoJo parts are dubbed, but not fully. Part 5 is still on episode 31, it kept going in hiatuses and if they hadn’t they’d be done by now, but that’s a rant for a different question. Part 5, season 5 is almost done.

How can I watch JoJo in English?

– Crunchyroll – All episodes and seasons up to and including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind.
– Tubi – All episodes and seasons up to and including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind.

How many JoJo seasons are dubbed?

Where can I watch all of Jojo dubbed? HuluHuluThe service included live streams of more than 50 broadcast and cable-originated channels, including feeds of the five major broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox and The CW – as well as cable channels owned by Hulu co-parents NBCUniversal and The Walt Disney Company, along with ViacomCBS, Fox Corporation, …en.wikipedia.org › wiki › HuluHulu – Wikipedia has season one dubbed but seasons 2 and 3 are subbed only. CrunchyrollCrunchyrollSan Francisco-based anime streaming platform Crunchyroll has contributed more than $100 million to the Japanese industry through royalty payments in the 10 years it has been operating.www.hollywoodreporter.com › news › crunchyrolls-100-milli…Crunchyroll’s $100 Million Contribution to Japanese Anime … is also subbed only and FunimationFunimationFunimation Global Group, LLC is an American entertainment company that specializes in the dubbing and distribution of East Asian media, most notably Japanese anime. … Based in Flower Mound, Texas, Funimation is one of the leading distributors of anime and other foreign entertainment properties in North America.en.wikipedia.org › wiki › FunimationFunimation – Wikipedia doesn’t have Jojo at all.

How can I watch JJBA?

– 1 VRV.
– 2 Crunchyroll. …
– 3 Hulu. …
– 4 Netflix. …
– 5 Viz. …
– 6 Tubi. …
– 7 Adult Swim. …
– 8 Amazon. Amazon is currently a leader in many industries, and it’s one of the best places to watch JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. …

Is the JoJo dub bad?

JoJo’s dub is excellent. Only downside (if you can call it that) is that you miss out on a lot of the memes because the dub has no Engrish, but you don’t wanna look at JoJo memes or really get involved with that fandom at all.

Is JoJo better dubbed?

Yes, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is bizarre as it is aptly named to be, but when you get in to it you will get hooked to art, characters, and writing. I personally recommend to watch the dubs for the first season (Parts 1 and 2) because it better fits the setting and has superior writing.

How do I turn English dub on Crunchyroll?

There isn’t a button to change from sub to dub. Most shows on Crunchyroll are sub only. There are a few which are both, and in most cases you’ll see the dub version listed on the main show page as if it’s a different season of the show. There are a few which are just dub.

Where can I watch all of JoJo dubbed?

– Crunchyroll – All episodes and seasons up to and including JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind.
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jojo-stardust-crusaders In news of the more shocking variety, Crunchyroll have just announced the production and subsequent streaming of an English dub of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, Part 3 of the shonen epic.

While specifics of who will actually be producing the English dub is still a mystery, Crunchyroll confirmed that they will premiere the first 3 episodes in English dub at Anime Expo on July 3rd to 6th.

During Anime Expo they will be streaming the three episodes for a limited time on their website. The dub is set to star Matthew Mercer as Jotaro Kuji, Richard Epcar as Joseph Joestar and Patrick Seitz as DIO.

For more information you can swing by Crunchyroll’s announcement page here. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders currently streams on Crunchyroll in subtitled format. As more details on the dub’s production comes to light we will keep you updated on this developing story.

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders

Second season of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime

This article is about the 2014 TV anime series. For the original manga, see Stardust Crusaders. For the 1993 OVA series, see JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (OVA).

Season of television series

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (Japanese: ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 スターダストクルセイダース, Hepburn: JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Sutādasuto Kuruseidāsu) is the second season of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime by David Production, based on the JoJo's Bizarre Adventuremanga series by Hirohiko Araki. It is the second animated adaptation of the manga's third part, Stardust Crusaders, following an original video animation series by A.P.P.P. that was released first in 1993 and continued later in 2000.

The series aired for 48 episodes, split into two parts consisting of 24 episodes each.[1] The first part aired on Tokyo MX between April 5, 2014, and September 13, 2014, also syndicated on MBS, Animax, and other channels.[2] The second part, subtitled "Battle in Egypt" (エジプト編, Ejiputo-hen, lit. "Egypt Chapter" or "Egypt Saga"), aired between January 10, 2015 and June 20, 2015.[3][4] The series was simulcast outside of Asia on Crunchyroll's streaming services.[5] A preview of the English language dub of the first three episodes was streamed on Crunchyroll on July 5, 2014, tying in with its premiere at Anime Expo 2014.[6] The English dub began airing in North America on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block from July 30, 2017.[7]Viz Media released a Blu-ray set of the first 24 episodes, that includes English and Japanese audio with subtitles for the Japanese, in North America on July 3, 2018.[8]

Plot[edit]

In 1983, DIO, the vampire enemy of Jonathan Joestar which has possessed Jonathan's body, emerges from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.[9] As DIO develops a manifestation of life energy known as a Stand, Jonathan's descendants Joseph Joestar, Jotaro Kujo,[9] and Holly Kujo also gain Stands. In 1987, Holly cannot control her Stand and is estimated to have fifty days left to live. Jotaro, Joseph, and fellow Stand users Muhammad Avdol and Noriyaki Kakyoin travel from Japan to Egypt to find and kill DIO, which will free Holly.[10] Because they are being targeted by a number of Stand user assassins, the group cannot travel to Egypt by commercial plane.[11] The group is later joined by Jean Pierre Polnareff, a former assassin of DIO who discovers that DIO is employing the murderer of Polnareff's sister,[12] along with the Stand user dog Iggy.[13] Aided by Kakyoin, who reveals the nature of DIO's time-stopping Stand The World in his last moments,[14] Jotaro kills DIO in Egypt, allowing Holly to recover.[15]

Voice cast[edit]

See List of Stardust Crusaders Characters and more detailed List of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure characters.

Production[edit]

Although teased at in the post-credit scenes of the first season's finale, the second season of the JoJo anime was officially announced in October 2013 in the November 2013 issue of Ultra Jump and the fifth tankōbon volume of JoJolion.[18][19] David Production revealed that as with the different art styles they used for the first season, which covered the Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency arcs, they would be attempting a new art style with the Stardust Crusaders season.[20]Takehito Koyasu reprises his role as DIO from the previous season and Daisuke Ono reprises his role as Jotaro Kujo from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle video game, but all other characters were given new voice actors.[2]

Music[edit]

The opening theme for the first half of the season is "Stand Proud", performed by Jin Hashimoto, while the ending theme is American female pop rock band The Bangles' 1986 single "Walk Like an Egyptian".[a] The "Battle in Egypt" half of the season has new theme music, with the opening theme changed to "JoJo Sono Chi no Kioku ~end of THE WORLD~" (ジョジョ その血の記憶~end of THE WORLD~, translated as "JoJo, That Blood's Memories ~End of the World~"), performed by the band "JO☆STARS ~TOMMY,Coda,JIN~" consisting of Hiroaki "Tommy" Tominaga, Coda, and Jin Hashimoto, each of whom had performed one of the series' previous openings, while the ending theme was changed to American jazz fusion band Pat Metheny Group's "Last Train Home" from their 1987 album Still Life (Talking). However, episode 27 featured the unique ending theme song and animation sequence for "Aku-yaku Kyōsōkyoku" (アク役♢協奏曲, "Evil Concerto"), performed by Makoto Yasumura and Motoko Kumai as their characters Oingo and Boingo; a digital single was released shortly after broadcast.[21] This song was used again in episodes 36 and 37, this time performed by Hidenobu Kiuchi with Motoko Kumai, as the characters Hol Horse and Boingo; a digital single was released for this version of the song as well. The original score for the series is composed by Yugo Kanno. The first soundtrack album Departure was released on July 30, 2014, and a second soundtrack album Journey was included with the second volume of the Blu-ray releases, released on August 27, 2014.[22] A third soundtrack album titled World was included with the first volume of the "Battle in Egypt" Blu-ray releases, released on April 22, 2015.[23] A fourth album titled Destination was then released as an individual CD on May 27, 2015, and included a full-length version of "Aku-yaku Kyōsōkyoku".[24]

Episode list[edit]

Stardust Crusaders (2014)[edit]

Stardust Crusaders: Battle in Egypt (2015)[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^At the time of the first episode's broadcast, the opening sequence had not been completed, and was omitted. Similarly, the ending sequence was omitted for the first two episodes, with the credits rolling over an instrumental from the soundtrack until the introduction of the ending sequence and theme song in the third broadcast.
  2. ^ abOrder of episodes in the series continuing from the previous season
  3. ^ abOrder of episodes within the season
  4. ^ abEnglish episode titles are taken from Crunchyroll. In instances where names are altered from the Japanese version, the original Japanese translation is used on the left while the edited Crunchyroll title is used on the right.
  5. ^ abTokyo MX lists the series as premiering at 24:30 on Friday, which is effectively Saturday at 12:30 a.m. JST.
  6. ^ abAdult Swim lists the series as premiering at 12:00 a.m. ET/PT on Saturday, which is effectively Sunday.
  7. ^Star Platinum is first named in episode 3.
  8. ^In the official English releases, Cherie is named "Sherry".
  9. ^In the official English releases, "Captain Tennille" is named "Captain Dragon".
  10. ^In the official English releases, Enya is named "Enyaba".
  11. ^In the official English releases, Devo is named "Soul Sacrifice".
  12. ^In the official English releases, J. Geil is named "Centerfold".
  13. ^In the official English releases, ZZ is named "Zii Zii".
  14. ^In the official English releases, Steely Dan is named "Dan of Steel".
  15. ^In the official English releases, Mannish Boy is named "Manishu Booi".
  16. ^In the official English releases, Suzi Q is named "Suzie Q".
  17. ^In the official English releases, Midler is named "Rose".
  18. ^Geb is first identified in episode 26.
  19. ^In the official English releases, Boingo is named "Zenyatta".
  20. ^In the official English releases Oingo Boingo Brothers Adventure is named Zenyatta Mondatta Brothers Adventure.
  21. ^In the official English releases, Oingo is named "Mondatta".
  22. ^Also aired in Japanese on April 1, 2018 as part of Adult Swim's April Fools prank
  23. ^In the official English releases, Daniel J. D'Arby is known as "D'Arby Elder".
  24. ^In the official English releases, Terence T. D'Arby is known as "D'Arby Younger" or "D'Arby the Younger".
  25. ^In the official English releases, Vanilla Ice is named "Cool Ice".
  26. ^In the official English releases, Kenny G is named "Billy Jean".
  27. ^In the official English releases, Wilson Phillips is named as simply "Senator Phillips".

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Dub jojo english part 3

JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 3: Stardust Crusaders 2nd Season (Dub)

Type: Fall 2020 Anime

Plot Summary: Joutarou Kuujou and his allies have finally made it to Egypt, where the immortal Dio awaits. Upon their arrival, the group gains a new comrade: Iggy, a mutt who wields the Stand "The Fool." It's not all good news however, as standing in their path is a new group of Stand users who serve Dio, each with a Stand representative of an ancient Egyptian god. As their final battle approaches, it is a race against time to break Joutarou's mother free from her curse and end Dio's reign of terror over the Joestar family once and for all.

Genre: Action , Adventure , Drama , Shounen , Supernatural

Released: 2015

Status: Completed

Other name: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders - Battle in Egypt , JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3 , JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders - Egypt Arc , ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 スターダストクルセイダース

Sours: https://gogoanime2.org/anime/jojo-no-kimyou-na-bouken-part-3-stardust-crusaders-2nd-season-dub
JJBA Comic Dubs (Wholesome) V2 (JoJo's Bizarre Adventure)
Tho i only heard one dub voice lin from a Jojo Smash montage being "No one could deflect the emerald splash"

I would have to assume it sucks, proof me wrong

I don't think i would heard any ORA ORA ORA's or MUDA MUDA MUDA's or ZA WARUDO's, cause they're probably replaced with generic words like Useless Useless Useless or The World

The official Eggman + Bowser/Ridley/Palutena/Pyra+Mythra/Captain Falcon/Puff. My main is being voice by Jack Black, who i just learned he did the YTP clips.

The first season (part 1 and part 2) has a great dub, since they gave everyone accents and hammed it up as much as possible.

Part 3 has a more "standard" dub, which isn't really bad or really great. They try to keep as many of the "meme" lines in as possible, though it's pretty inconsistent what actually gets kept.

Part 4's dub is great. A lot of solid comedy in there.

Though, of course, every season has to use the "censored" English names for characters and Stands (like Shining Diamond instead of Crazy Diamond).

quintonshark163 posted...
I don't think i would heard any ORA ORA ORA's or MUDA MUDA MUDA's or ZA WARUDO's, cause they're probably replaced with generic words like Useless Useless Useless or The World

In the first season, it is "Useless useless useless" because they're doing their job by translating stuff. In Part 3, they have him say "Muda muda muda muda" instead for some random reason, and it sounds stupid because he's suddenly speaking Japanese.

"Ora ora ora ora" is always just that.

Obviously The World is kept as The World.

Watch "Final Fantasy XV Abridged" and "Kingdom Hearts Abridged" right here!
https://www.youtube.com/user/mcknett3

I recommend against it, just so you can at least hear the right names for certain characters, and all the stand names

https://backloggery.com/zayakza

Im currently in Stardust crusaders and i think the dub so far has been great. If you're convinced it's Terrible tho I doubt there's anything anyone can say that'll change your mind :/

Terry was everything wrong with the first Fighters Pass. He's a no name nobody no one wanted, it SHOULD have been KOS-MOS and that's a FACT! I Will never stop!

JoJo's dub is excellent. Only downside (if you can call it that) is that you miss out on a lot of the memes because the dub has no Engrish, but you don't wanna look at JoJo memes or really get involved with that fandom at all. Like, of course they're not gonna say "ZA WARUDO" in English because that's nonsense Engrish, and they're meant to be speaking English. "Muda" gets kept in Part 3 though, as a compliment to the "Ora" of Jotaro. At one point DIO's dub VA manages to MUDA faster than his Japanese voice actor, though the emphasis isn't as good.

While their dub counterparts are good, Sub Dio and Sub Stroheim cannot be beaten. However as a trade-off you also get the amazing Dub Polnareff and Dub Speedwagon.

Final_Revenger posted...
manages to MUDA faster than his Japanese voice actor, though the emphasis isn't as good.

Sounded like he was saying mura mura mura, tbh.

Watch "Final Fantasy XV Abridged" and "Kingdom Hearts Abridged" right here!
https://www.youtube.com/user/mcknett3

I honestly think JoJo has one of the best dubs I've ever heard. Besides having to use the copyright-dodging character/stand names like Deadly Queen and Rohan's voice not really being a good fit, it's a great dub overall. Matt Mercer and Billy Kametz did amazing as Jotaro and Josuke, and...

Final_Revenger posted...
Sub Dio cannot be beaten.

...I'm going to have to disagree with this guy, because Patrick Seitz as Dio was (IMO) the best performance across all four parts that have been dubbed so far.

slmcknett posted...
They try to keep as many of the "meme" lines in as possible, though it's pretty inconsistent what actually gets kept.

They also addedone meme line that wasn't in the Japanese version, but it still fit perfectly with the scene due to what the original line was.

*part 3 spoilers*

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olrAmfo6O0Y

''Someday I too will fly... and find you again!''
https://imgur.com/PfJxO7u

Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency can be iffy with the accents, but overall a decent effort. It gets better from there, even though though there is inconsistency with Dio and grandpa Joseph as Stardust Crusaders had its first few eps dubbed first, without the accents that they have in the first two parts.

Pretty much everyone involved with the series has embraced it though. There's just one slipup that no one expected prior to the casting, I don't think I need to tell you who.

Young Tohru in JesuOtaku's Fruits Basket Radio Drama! -^_^-
http://furubadrama.weebly.com/index.html

Pika_Hikari_KT posted...
Pretty much everyone involved with the series has embraced it though.

Patrick Seitz is hilarious on Twitter with his JoJo-related comments. He definitely loves being Dio.

https://i.imgtc.ws/ZALQKuP.jpg

Just some friendly banter between two time manipulators, that's all.

(in case you didn't know, Cristina Vee voices Homura Akemi n the dub of Madoka Magica)

''Someday I too will fly... and find you again!''
https://imgur.com/PfJxO7u

Sours: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/2000121-anime-and-manga-other-titles/77977349

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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 3: Stardust Crusaders (Dub)

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Type: Spring 2014 Anime

Plot Summary: Years after an ancient evil was salvaged from the depths of the sea, Joutarou Kuujou sits peacefully within a Japanese jail cell. He's committed no crime yet demands he not be released, believing he's been possessed by an evil spirit capable of harming those around him. Concerned for her son, Holly Kuujou asks her father, Joseph Joestar, to convince Joutarou to leave the prison. Joseph informs his grandson that the "evil spirit" is in fact something called a "Stand," the physical manifestation of one's fighting spirit which can adopt a variety of deadly forms. After a fiery brawl with Joseph's friend Mohammed Avdol, Joutarou is forced out of his cell and begins learning how to control the power of his Stand. However, when a Stand awakens within Holly and threatens to consume her in 50 days, Joutarou, his grandfather, and their allies must seek out and destroy the immortal vampire responsible for her condition. They must travel halfway across the world to Cairo, Egypt and along the way, do battle with ferocious Stand users set on thwarting them. If Joutarou and his allies fail in their mission, humanity is destined for a grim fate.

Other name: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, Dai San Bu Kujo Jotaro: Mirai e no Isan, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 3, ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 スターダストクルセイダース

Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama, Shounen, Supernatural

Released: 2014

Status: Completed

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