JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders Episode 47 Review

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders Episode 47 Review

DIO’s World, Part 3

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            I’m finally feeling less sad about the last episode, which is a good thing because I seriously don’t have time to just sit around and mope about a depressing scene in an anime. I mean, I think it’s great when you get emotionally involved in something fictional, like a book or movie, don’t get me wrong. I just think that dwelling on an emotion-provoking incident is a bad idea.

            So, moving along; we’re probably on the final stretch here with Stardust Crusaders. I have no idea how much longer this fight will continue, honestly, but I doubt we’ll get to 52 episodes like I originally thought.

            Am I ready for this wild ride to end? I think so.

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders Episode 45 Review

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders Episode 45 Review

DIO’s World, Part 1

It's DIO's World!
It’s DIO’s World!

            If you follow my Twitter (and you should if you enjoy my writing!) you’ll know that I went on vacation and then caught a cold, which is why I’m just now squeaking out these reviews. I’m hideously late. That being said, I’m going to catch up with a vengeance because we’re at the part of the series everyone’s been anxiously waiting for – the DIO fight!

            I expect a lot to go on during these final episodes, so I’m going to keep the introductions brief.

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Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders Episode 41 Review

First Time Review: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders

Episode 41 – D’Arby the Player, part 2.

Kakyoin performs the patented 'spin your car like a maniac' technique.
Kakyoin performs the patented ‘spin your car like a maniac’ technique.

           Terence “Younger” D’Arby is a creepy jerk, much like Demande from Sailor Moon. Both have similar personalities to a degree, with one collecting dolls made with victims’ souls and the other obsessing over the Queen they’ll never have. I find both villains despicable, yet intriguing, as good villains should be. Between the two, I think Terence is more off-putting, as evidenced in my episode 40 review; that being said, I’m sure episode 41 will prove this point even more.

            I guess I should get this show on the road, then!

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