“The JOJOLands”, the ninth part of the “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” series, will finally begin serialization in the March special issue of “Ultra Jump” on sale February 17. New information has now been released, including a synopsis of the story, part of the first page, and details of the “All Applicants Service”.

“JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” is Araki Hirohiko’s masterpiece that began serialization in the first and second issues of Weekly Shonen Jump in 1987. It is a historical epic that depicts the blood and fate of the Joestar family, starting with the encounter of two boys, Jonathan Joestar and Dio Brando, and is depicted in a unique manner, with the main character being replaced in each part from Part 1 to Part 8.

The series has sold more than 120 million copies in total. The striking poses, innovative onomatopoeia, characteristic dialogue, and original worldview have won the support of many creators, and the series is popular in countries around the world.

The synopsis and some of the opening pages of “The JOJOLands,” the 9th part of “JoJo” that has the world’s attention, have now been released. Set in Hawaii, a volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean, the story follows Jodio Joestar, a young boy living on the island of Oahu, who becomes a millionaire on the subtropical islands.

To commemorate the start of “The JOJOLands” serialization, the magazine will also offer “The JOJOLands” special T-shirt to all applicants, featuring an illustration of the main character, Jodio Joestar, used on the cover of the magazine’s March special issue.
It was also decided that “Kishibe Rohan Goes to the Louvre,” which will be released as a live-action movie on May 26, will be released in a new book edition (Jump Comics size) and electronic edition on April 4.

The March special issue of “Ultra Jump,” which will feature the new serial “The JOJOLands,” will be on sale on February 17 for a special regular price of 800 JPY (tax included).

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