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JOJO A-GO!GO! (ジョジョ ア ゴー ゴー Jojo A Gō Gō) is an art book written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki.

A memorial to the completed publication of Vento Aureo, the artbook features illustrations from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, particularly parts three through five.

Description

The box features a wheel that can be rotated in order to change the faces of the image depicted on the front. Included in the package is the artbook, as well as an encyclopedia of Stands and a detailed book on the author.

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Contents of the box

DISC.1 Illustrations

The book contains colored illustrations from the covers of manga chapters and volumes featured in Stardust Crusaders, Diamond Is Unbreakable and Vento Aureo. Other illustrations drawn by Araki, promoted in other media such as video games, tributes, or merchandise, are also included.

The front portion of the book presents an illustrated dance party portraying numerous characters and Stands dancing with each other. The back of the book has a timeline listing every work of art, where they were originally featured, and the date they were created, as well as a single illustration of Jolyne Cujoh from Stone Ocean.

DISC.2 Stands

Illustrations and data of stands up to and including Vento Aureo. Each Stand is given stats, a explanation of its abilities and role in the story, and a short description of the user. The book also features Stand rankings broken up into categories such as: Stands that appear the most, Stands that inflicted the most damage or Stands that killed the most people. Araki's own personal favorites are also included, judged by function and design. The back of the book contains a section called "Standology," which explains Stands in further detail.

Disc.3 Araki Hirohiko

Contains information about Hirohiko Araki's inspirations and influences, as well as his experiences around the world. Contents of the book include an essay written by Araki on Italy, various lists including Araki's favorite characters and illustrations, and a chronicle listing Araki's works from 1960 to 1999.

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References

  1. 楽天 JoJo a-go!go!荒木飛呂彦

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