This article is about season two of the TV anime. For the OVA adaptation, see JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (OVA).

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 スターダストクルセイダース JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Sutādasuto Kuruseidāsu) is the second season of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure TV Anime, produced by David Production.

Season 2 adapts the entirety of the manga's third arc, Stardust Crusaders, and spans 48 episodes with the latter half titled Stardust Crusaders: Battle in Egypt (スターダストクルセイダース エジプト編 Sutādasuto Kuruseidāsu Ejiputo-hen). It was introduced in the 47th issue of Weekly Shonen Jump 2013; and the first episode aired on April 4, 2014. The season ended after 48 episodes on June 19, 2015. A third season, covering Part 4, began airing in Japan on April 1, 2016.

Media distribution service Crunchyroll has obtained the streaming license for the anime with English Dubbed Version only used on July 5-6, 2014 at Midnight to 1:30am (EST), which can be viewed on their website.

On July 2, 2017, it was confirmed that the English dub will air on Adult Swim's Toonami block. The English dub of the season ran on Toonami from July 29, 2017 to August 11, 2018, followed immediately by an English dub of the anime adaptation of Diamond is Unbreakable.


Cast Seiyū English Dub
Narrator Tōru ŌkawaW David VincentW
Dave MallowW (Pilot)
Jotaro Kujo Daisuke OnoW (Teen)
Natsumi TakamoriW (Child)
Matthew MercerW (Teen)
Dorothy Elias-FahnW (Child)
Joseph Joestar Unshō IshizukaW Richard EpcarW
Muhammad Avdol Kenta MiyakeW Chris Tergliafera
Noriaki Kakyoin Daisuke HirakawaW Kyle HebertW
Jean Pierre Polnareff Fuminori KomatsuW (Adult)
Ayumi FujimuraW (Child)
Doug ErholtzW (Adult)
Erica MendezW (Child)
Iggy Misato FukuenW Derek Stephen PrinceW
DIO Takehito KoyasuW Patrick SeitzW
Holy Kujo Reiko TakagiW Julie Ann TaylorW
Enya the Hag Reiko Suzuki Janis CarrollW
Gray Fly Katsumi ChōW Jay Preston
Runaway Girl (Anne) Rie KugimiyaW Ryan Bartley
Impostor Captain Tennille Tesshō GendaW Geoffrey ChalmersW
Forever Kappei YamaguchiW Uncredited
Devo the Cursed Shouto KashiiW Edward Bosco
Rubber Soul Shinji KawadaW Ray ChaseW[1]
Hol Horse Hidenobu KiuchiW Imari Williams
J. Geil Takuya KirimotoW Tom Fahn
Nena Satsuki YukinoW Johanna LuisW
ZZ Iwasaki MasamiW David VincentW
Steely Dan Daisuke KishioW Grant GeorgeW
Arabia Fats Manabu Sakamaki Uncredited
Mannish Boy Ikue OhtaniW Tara SandsW
Cameo Kinryū ArimotoW Stephen Mann
Sherry Polnareff Yuka KomatsuW Erika HarlacherW
Suzi Q Joestar Sachiko KojimaW Stephanie ShehW
Roses Motomu KiyokawaW Kevin Brief
Midler Aya HisakawaW Karen StrassmanW
N'Doul Kentarō ItōW Greg Chun
Oingo Makoto Yasumura Joe Zieja
Boingo Motoko KumaiW Jessica Gee
Chaka Anri KatsuW Khoi Dao
Khan Hidenari UgakiW Joshua Tomar
Anubis Yasunori MatsumotoW Brad Venable
Mariah Ayahi TakagakiW Lauren Landa
Alessi Masaya OnosakaW Jon Allen
Daniel J. D'Arby Banjō GingaW Cam ClarkeW
Telence T. D'Arby Junichi SuwabeW Xander MobusW
Kenny G. Junichi Yanagita Uncredited
Vanilla Ice Shō HayamiW Jalen K. Cassell
Nukesaku Tōru NaraW
Hibiku Yamamura (Woman)
Arnie PantojaW


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Network Air Time
Tokyo MX Fridays at 24:30
MBS Tuesdays at 27:00
CBC Wednesdays at 27:01
TBC Tuesdays at 25:48
RKB Tuesdays at 26:13
BS11 Fridays at 24:30
Animax Saturdays at 20:00
Crunchyroll 1 Hour after Japan
Toonami Sundays at 00:00 (Officially Saturday)



O.S.T. Vol.1 Departure OST

「Departure」23 Tracks
「Journey」13 Tracks

O.S.T. Vol.2 Destination OST

「Destination」27 Tracks
「World」20 Tracks

Opening themes


Jojo OP3

JoJo Sono Chi no Kioku
~end of THE WORLD~

Jojo OP4

Ending themes

Walk Like an Egyptian

Jojo ED2

Last Train Home

Jojo lasttrainhome

~Oingo and Boingo~

JoJo ED4

~Hol Horse and Boingo~

JoJo ED5



  • Reflecting Araki's gradual change of art style in the original manga, season two features different character designs from those of the first season. Here the character designs are much closer to the manga's Part 3 artstyle.
  • Prior to Season Two, the last episode of Season One showed Jotaro with a blue and purple color scheme. The reveal poster, however, featured a black and purple color scheme, before it was finalized to black and green for the anime.
  • Unlike the first episode of Season One, Season Two didn't have a proper ending until its third episode, where Walk Like an Egyptian premièred as this season's ending theme.
  • The Stardust Crusaders arc was separated into 2 parts:
  • Stardust Crusaders's English dub departs away from the regional accents featured in the first season's dub.
  • Ten voice actors who have done past JoJo works before this anime make a return, with four of them reprising their roles;
    • Takehito Koyasu returns as Dio after last appearing in episode 9 of the first season and voicing both incarnations of Dio in All Star Battle.
    • Daisuke Ono joins the cast reprising his role as Jotaro Kujo after voicing him in All Star Battle
    • As Shigekiyo Yangu, a character from Part 4 who also appears as a fighter in All Star Battle, doesn't appear in Part 3, Kappei Yamaguchi instead lends his voice to Forever.
    • Hidenobu Kiuchi provided various voices in the Part 5 video game adaptation, voices Hol Horse.
    • The voice of Whitesnake and C-Moon in All Star Battle, Takuya Kirimoto, voices J. Geil.
    • Aya Hisakawa, formerly voiced Erina Pendleton in the Phantom Blood Videogame, is the voice of Midler.
    • Mista's voice actor in the Part 5 videogame, Kentaro Ito, now voices N'Doul.
    • Speedwagon's past voice actor in the PS2 Game, Masaya Onosaka, voices the role of Alessi.
    • Junichi Suwabe returns from voicing Telence T. D'arby in All Star Battle.
    • Vanilla Ice's voice actor, Sho Hayami, actually reprises his role from the Capcom game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future.


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  • music

    2 messages
    • still kinda pissed off they didnt play the new opening in the first episode. i still know its still going to be awesome 
    • Most animes usually don't feature the opening on the first episode, jojo's last season included. I'm more suprised there was...
  • Why separate season 2 from season 1 ?

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    • Main reason is theyre named differently. Db =\= dbz =\= dbgt etc. The article will also triple in size once episodes start coming out, which wo...
    • You're actually right, thanks for everything. The part 3 information is already removed from the first season anime.