Josuke and Okuyasu meet Shigechi, a local Stand-user, and together they concoct a get-rich-quick scheme.
Rohan and Koichi stumble upon a mysterious unmarked street and its spectral residents.
Our resident JoJos (minus Oldseph) track down a pair of evil, Stand-using rats.
Rumor has it that mangaka auteur Rohan Kishibe has moved to Morioh, and Koichi’s a big fan.
Joseph “OH MY GOD” Joestar is now in Morioh, and it’s Josuke’s job to babysit the geezer… and the invisible baby he’s picked up.
Jotaro calls for Joseph “OH MY GOD” Joestar to arrive at Morioh so they can use Hermit Purple to track down the Bow and Arrow, but that also means the murderous Red Hot Chili Pepper has a new target…
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Iro) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing all-seeing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard-earned cash on. This week we have a lineup of powerful warriors. And Heero Yuy. And a chef.
Josuke and Okuyasu check out the new Italian restaurant that just opened on the outskirts of Morioh.
Yukako Yamagishi is in love with our bro Koichi… but she’s also a psycho who traps him in a seaside villa. Can he escape?
With the season more than halfway over, it’s time to once again dig into our favorite songs from shows that have been airing for the past few months. While our Winter 2016 slate was impressively diverse, it seems the crew have pretty much converged on the best songs en masse this time round. Still, since it’s been a really good season for OPs and EDs that’s not exactly a problem.
Josuke and Koichi’s investigation leads them to a dangerous Stand-user at their own high school.
Koichi runs afoul of a con man using his Stand to extort money and favors.
Searching for the Bow and Arrow brings Josuke and Koichi to the residence of the delinquent Nijimura brothers, who have been using the artifact to create Stand-users for a mysterious purpose.
Notorious serial killer Angelo and his water-based Stand – Aqua Necklace – attack on a rainy day, trapping Josuke and Jotaro indoors.
In 1999, Jotaro Kujo arrives in a small Japanese town to meet the illegitimate son of Joseph Joestar: Josuke Higashikata, aka Jojo. Crazy posing and Stand battles ensue.
A little later than usual, but it’s time once again to check out the hot new shows for next season. Winter had the strongest batch of shows overall that we’ve seen in a long time, so Spring 2016 has some big shoes to fill. Part 1 of our guide gets us off to a good start with the return of Jojo and the adaptation of popular manga My Hero Academia. Macross Delta is also totally happening this time, I promise.
Lesser websites might wait until the end of the 2010’s to do their Best of the Decade retrospectives, but we don’t have that kind of patience. Instead, we thought it might be fun to do a midterm grade of sorts and choose our best shows from the past 5 years.
And so another GLORIO year comes to a close and we’ve reached the moment everyone has been waiting for: our picks the best shows of 2015.
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aqua) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week we’ve got girls girls girls! Also boys. And rabbits, snakes, and hawks.
Nearly three years since the start of the new JoJo anime and over a year since the start of the world-famous Stardust Crusaders arc, things finally come to a close. What was it like finally seeing the entirety of JoJo’s best-known story in anime form? Read on to find out.