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Vento Aureo (黄金の風 Ōgon no Kaze?, lit. "Golden Wind") is the fifth story arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, published in Weekly Shonen Jump between 1995 and 1999. Originally titled JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 5 Giorno Giovanna: Golden Heritage (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 第5部 ジョルノ・ジョバァーナ【黄金なる遺産】 JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Dai Go Bu Joruno Jobāna [Ōgon naru Isan]?), the arc spans a total of 155 chapters and takes place between Diamond Is Unbreakable and Stone Ocean.

The story follows Giorno Giovanna and his dream to rise within the Neapolitan mafia to defeat Passione's boss.

Plot Summary

Gold Experience

Chapter 440 Cover B

Giorno Giovanna, son of Dio

In the year 2001, Koichi Hirose arrives in Naples at Jotaro Kujo's request in order to investigate Haruno Shiobana, also known as Giorno Giovanna, revealed as Dio Brando's son. Giorno steals Koichi's bag thanks to Gold Experience which allows him to transform objects into living creatures

Giorno is then attacked by Leaky-Eye Luca, a member of Naples' dominant gang Passione, who dies upon having his aggression reflected at him by Giorno's Stand power.

Buccellati's Coming

In response, Giorno is confronted by Bruno Buccellati also a Passione member who attacks with his Stand, Sticky Fingers.

A flashback details Giorno's growth from a timid bullied child into a more confident teenager.

Exceeding Buccallati's expectations and defeating him, Giorno establishes a rapport with Buccelleti by exposing a mutual distaste for Passione's practices in dealing drug. Buccellati then accepts to help Giorno infiltrate Passione.

The Gangster Beyond the Wall

After their fight, Buccellati offers Giorno a chance to join Passione. Giorno meets the Passione lieutenant Polpo, who is currently in a prison cell. Polpo then interviews him and gives him a lighter with the instruction of keeping it lit for 24 hours then meet him again.

Gang Enrollment

Giorno protects Polpo's lit lighter as part of his test, but Koichi complicates Giorno's task when he enters Giorno's room in search of his passport. When the flame is extinguished by a passing janitor, Black Sabbath appears, taking an Arrow from its mouth and stabbing the janitor with it. The janitor then dies. Black Sabbath, who is very powerful in the shadows but weak otherwise, almost stabs Giorno, but Koichi intervenes.

Giorno explains his aspiration to Koichi who acknowledges him as the spiritual descendant of the Joestar family.

Having received Koichi's advice as to the nature of Polpo's Stand, Giorno manages to lure Black Sabbath in the open and destroys the stand. The following day, after recieving his membership badge, Giorno kills Polpo.

5 Plus 1

Chapter 457 Cover B

Giorno and his new companions

Buccellati explains to Giorno the structure of Passione, and that if they wish to come close to the Boss, they require a higher rank.

Giorno meets Buccellati's comrades (as part of Buccellati's Gang); Narancia, Mista, Abbacchio and Fugo. When Abbacchio tries to humiliate Giorno by making him drink piss, Giorno swallow his cup in one gulp, impressing the gang..

Find Polpo's Fortune!

Two gangsters discuss Polpo's apparent suicide and the rumor of his hidden fortune; as Buccellati takes his group on a yacht to Capri in order to recover this ¥600,000,000; with which he aims to buy a position as an Operative.

Mystery of Soft Machine

Narancia, Mista and Fugo disappear after an attack by a hidden assailant. Giorno volunteers to be attacked; is stabbed by an arm emerging from the lower deck, and then deflated like a balloon. Abbacchio activates his Stand Moody Blues, replaying Narancia's history and revealing that he was deflated.

Moody Blues' Retaliation

Moody Blues shows Narancia as having been hidden in a pipe while deflated. After Abbacchio allows himself to be attacked while tracking him, it is revealed that their boat was layered early by another deflated boat; and Mario Zucchero of the Stand Soft Machine is defeated by Buccellati.

Sex Pistols Arrives

Mario Zucchero is exposed as a Roman Passione member and subsequently tortured, before Moody Blues shows him radioing the group's destination, suggesting that his partner has by now overtaken the group to Capri. Revealing his Stand Sex Pistols, Guido Mista rides with Giorno ahead of the group directly to the Marina Grande port of the island.

Giorno and Mista manages to lure out the enemy, but he escapes and only Mista is able to follow him. Fellow Passione member Sale reveals his Stand, Kraft Work; capable of freezing objects in place by touching them. Despite Kraft Work's power, Mista manages to lodge two bullets in Sale's head, defeating him.

The Six Hundred Million Yen

The Location of the Six Hundred Million Yen
Buccellati's gang gathers in a public restroom on Capri. Summoned earlier, an Operative named Pericolo collects the ¥600,000,000 (stored with Sticky Fingers behind a urinal), before in turn bestowing Buccellati the status of an Operative; along with Polpo's last order from the Boss: Protect his daughter; who is present along with Pericolo disguised as a cleaner.

The Boss' First Assignment

Operative Buccellati; The Boss' First Assignment
Trish Una is introduced by Pericolo.

Pericolo explains that two months prior, Trish's mother Donatella died two days after commissioning an independent search for Solido Naso; the Boss' false identity. Members of Passione learned of these events, and the Boss ordered Pericolo to find and hide Trish; revealing that he is her father. Soon, traitors within the gang began an attempt to kidnap her, aiming to overthrow the Boss.

Pericolo gives the length of Buccellati's assignment as one week, explaining that the Boss is trying to identify his pursuers, and that like Polpo, the traitors are Stand users.

Elsewhere, another member learns via instant messaging of Polpo's death; concluding that his assignment must have passed onto another Operative and Stand user.

Narancia's Aerosmith

Narancia brings groceries and items of Trish's request back to the group's hideout. In the car prepared for him by Fugo, Formaggio appears, striking Narancia with his Stand Little Feet. Narancia retaliates with Aerosmith, as Formaggio deduces that Buccellati's group is hiding Trish, and Narancia finds himself shrinking.

Narancia's unfortunate history and the circumstances of his joining Passione are detailed.

A fight ensues between a shrunken Formaggio and a shrinking Narancia. Narancia is overcome; and the history of Formaggio's traitorous group of assassins is given, including the account of the deaths of Sorbet and Gelato. Formaggio suggests that Trish's Stand represents a clue as to the Boss' identity. Trapped, Narancia destroys his car, hurting Formaggio and removing Little Feet's effect on him. When Formaggio tries to escape, Narancia cuts off every way of escaping with causing a fire in the whole street, finally defeating him at close range.

The Boss' Second Assignment

Buccellati and the gang receive a message from the Boss via e-mail requesting they find a "key" that will grant them safe passage to their destination. Buccellati, Narancia, and Mista stay behind to protect Trish while Giorno, Abbacchio, and Fugo head to the ruins of Pompeii to retrieve the key. There, Fugo spots a strange figure in a mirror that Giorno and Abbacchio can't see.

Man in the Mirror and Purple Haze

The figure in the mirror is revealed to be Illuso, a member of La Squadra di Esecuzione. His Stand Man in the Mirror entraps Fugo in a mirror world, leaving Fugo's Stand Purple Haze behind in the real one. Abbacchio decides to put the mission before his fellow gang member and moves ahead to the "dog mosaic" where the key is hidden. Giorno stays behind. This allows Illuso to trap Abbacchio in the mirror world as well, and a struggle for the key ensues.

Abbachio's fall into crime is also narrated, one case leading to his demotion from the police.

Abbacchio severs his own hand so that Moody Blues can deliver the key to Giorno. Illusio traps Giorno in the mirror world, only to find he has brought the deadly virus Purple Haze spreads in with him. Illuso dies, and Giorno takes the disease's antidote from a snake created by Gold Experience.

The Express Train Towards Florence

Before boarding a train to Florence per the Boss' instructions, Buccellati discovers that the key fits into the back of a turtle. This turtle, named Coco Jumbo, is a stand user that allows the entire gang to shrink down and enter a small, furnished room inside of its body. The gang boards the train hiding inside Coco Jumbo.

Meanwhile, partner assassins Pesci and Prosciutto also board the train in search of Trish. Pesci uses his Stand Beach Boy to search for the gang, but fails to discover where they are hidden.

The Grateful Dead

Unable to locate Buccellati's gang or Trish, Prosciutto uses his Stand The Grateful Dead to make everyone on board the train grow older and older. The gang discover that keeping one's body temperature cooler can help to reverse the aging process (this "loophole" was meant to keep Trish from aging too fast).

Equipped with a few ice cubes, Mista exits the turtle in search of the assassins. He encounters Pesci and easily incapacitates him, stealing his ice cubes. However, before Mista can get any information out of Pesci, Prosciutto attacks and nearly kills Mista. Sex Pistols n. 6 returns to the rest of the gang in time to warn Buccellati just as the two assassins discover the turtle. Buccellati jumps out of the train taking Prosciutto with him, and uses Pesci's Beach Boy against him in order to save himself and throw Prosciutto from the train.

Prosciutto manages to barely survive, but his heavy injuries and certain death enrage Pesci. Buccellati is forced to unzip himself into a dangerous amount of separate pieces in order to avoid Pesci's constant, quick attacks. In a final showdown between the two, Buccellati unzips his own fist to deliver the final blow before Pesci can kill everyone inside the turtle.

The gang is no longer able to travel via the train. Trish reveals to Buccellati that she can see Stands.

Baby Face

Melone, a member of La Squadra di Esecuzione, arrives at the scene of Pesci and Prosciutto's deaths and retrieves a sample of Buccellati's DNA. Using this and his Stand Baby Face, Melone "impregnates" a hot-headed young woman on board the train in order to "birth" a remote Stand that will pursue Buccellati. This remote Stand (also called Baby Face) quickly grows to full size, killing its mother and catching up to the gang using Melone's motorcycle.

The gang is in the process of stealing a car when Baby Face catches up to them. Capturing both Trish and Buccellati, Baby Face steals a piece of Giorno's throat, rendering him unable to call to the rest of the gang for help.

Gold Experience and Baby Face are opposites: Gold Experience creates life while Baby Face takes it away. After a tense give-and-take between the two, Baby Face tires of following Melone's advice and tries to attack his enemy head on, allowing Giorno to easily defeat it.

Towards Venice

A piece of Baby Face (turned into a snake via Gold Experience) returns to Melone and poisons him.

Buccellati's gang successfully steal a car, and receive a message from the Boss via Abbacchio's Moody Blues. In this Stand-created afterimage, Pericolo reveals the location of a "disk" the gang must find in Venice before killing himself.

A new member of the assassination squad follows in hot pursuit.

Get the Disc!

Mista's past is revealed, his talent for gunfight having been noticed by Buccellati who made him join the gang.

Giorno and Mista drive the stolen car together to get the disk at the train station. The temperature gradually drops and a new enemy reveals himself from the roof of the car. That enemy tracked the group down from Pericolo's laptop.

White Album

The new enemy is Ghiaccio, who wears the armor like White Album and proceeds to slowly corner Giorno and Mista in their car. A combination attack forces Ghiaccio underwater, revealing a breathing hole near White Album's neck.

Mista and Giorno work together to get past White Album's defenses and Ghiaccio is finally killed, impaled into a metal pole through the hole in his Stand.

Giorno subsequently retrieves the disk and heals Mista as the rest of the team joins them.

The Boss' Last Orders

Bruno consults the disk, which contains the Boss' last order for the team's mission. They are to go to the San Giorgio Maggiore island, then one of the members will alone accompany Trish to the church's top and use an elevator to get Trish to the Boss. Bruno volunteers to accompany Trish.

In the elevator, Trish expresses her fear at meeting her estranged father, but Bruno reassures her of her father's love. Suddenly, Bruno finds out he's holding Trish's severed off hand and realizes with horror that the Boss wanted Trish by his side so he could personally kill her.

Bruno Buccellati's Youth

Bruno's past is revealed. His father having been critically injured by drug traders and Bruno subsequently killing them in revenge at the age of 10, the young Bruno was forced to join Passione for protection, and he gradually felt more conflicted as Passione itself began to dwell into the same drug trade he despised. Injuring Trish pushes Bruno to revolt against the Boss, and he pursues him down the elevator shaft.

The Mystery of King Crimson

TheBoss

The Boss kills Bruno who revolted

Bruno tracks the Boss to the basement, and a fight ensues. The Boss reveals his Stand King Crimson and his power of time erasure. Overwhelmed by King Crimson's power, Bruno is fatally injured while the Boss isn't even wounded but manages to escape with Trish and joins Giorno. Unwilling to reveal himself, the Boss leaves, swearing to kill the traitors. Giorno heals Bruno, apparently without effect, but then Bruno wakes up.

Bruno subsequently announces to his team that he officially betrayed the Boss.

The 'G' in Guts

Initially frightened, Bruno's teammates join his cause, leaving only Fugo to stay behind.

At the same time, Giorno discovers that Bruno's body is still effectively dead.

Clash and Talking Head

Still in Venice, Giorno's companions discuss about how to defeat the Boss. Trish wakes up and reveals that her mother met the Boss in Sardinia, in which they could learn of him.

Narancia is then attacked by the duo Tiziano and Squalo, Tiziano's Talking Head rendering Narancia unable to tell the truth and luring the group near water bodies so that Squalo's Clash can attack them. Giorno discovers the charade, but is incapacitated by the enemies. Giorno nonetheless advises Narancia to track the Stand Users instead, and he manages to discover where Tiziano and Squalo are hiding killing them both in a straight fight.

The gang then leaves Venice in search of an airplane.

Headed for Sardinia

No Flightcode! Headed for Sardinia
The gang confront Carne while stealing an airplane. However, he is promptly killed by Mista when he reveals his Stand Notorious B.I.G.

Notorious B.I.G.

While in flight, Notorious B.I.G. attacks the gang, and reveals itself as fast, strong and above all invincible since the User died already. Mista and Narancia are heavily injured, Giorno amputates both his hands to get rid of the enemy Stand, now unable to heal. Unbeknownst to the gang, Notorious B.I.G. is still on the plane.

Alone in the cabin, Trish confronts Notorious B.I.G. and also realizes that a brooch is transforming into Giorno's hand, the situation pushes Trish into awakening her stand Spice Girl.

Spice Girl

With Spice Girl's counsel, Trish manages to reach the cockpit with Giorno's new hand. To get rid of the invincible Notorious B.I.G., Trish destroys the plane, sending it into the sea, and the gang safely lands on Sardinia.

Meanwhile in Venice, the Boss discovers that one photo links him to Sardinia, especially a location named La Costa Smeralda, he subsequently decides to go to Sardinia in order to stop Abbacchio's Moody Blues from replicating his face.

Storm Warning

Storm Warning in Sardina Island!
Vinegar Doppio is confronted by a fortuneteller in an alley, who divines Doppio's past. Provoked by the fortuneteller's insistance, Doppio assaults him while transforming into an unknown individual. Said unknown man tortures his victim into divining Risotto Nero's whereabouts and kills him. From the shadows emerges Doppio.

My Name Is Doppio

Doppio stops near La Costa Smeralda, revealing that he communicates with his Boss by mimicking a telephone call with mundane objects. The Boss warns him that Risotto Nero is observing Doppio at the moment, Nero confronts Doppio and interrogates him about why he came here. As both notice Aerosmith, Nero deduces that Doppio is a Stand user, and multiple razor blades appear in Doppio's mouth.

King Crimson vs. Metallica

A fight begins between Doppio, counseled by his Boss, and Risotto Nero. Using the substand Epitaph and part of King Crimson, Doppio discovers that Risotto manipulates iron but the tide of the fight is seemingly certain as Doppio cannot breathe normally without the vital amount of iron in his body. Risotto is critically injured by Aerosmith, lured into the battle by Doppio.

Doppio transforms into the Boss, confronting a dying Risotto. He is then given chase by Bruno and Narancia, and in his weakened state, must flee. The two of them follow the Boss' tracks up to an unrelated child.

Meanwhile Abbacchio is rewinding time near a stone pillar in order to recreate the Boss' face. Being alone, the Boss manages to approach Abbacchio and punch him through his stomach.

Like the Falling Sky

Abbacchio finds himself in the afterlife, where he meets his old partner in the police. Meanwhile the gang is apalled at Abbacchio's sudden death. His sacrifice is however not in vain as Giorno discovers a negative of the Boss' face and fingerprints, Moody Blues having rewinded time far enough.

Pronto! On the Line

The gang investigates the Boss without success, but their investigation is noticed by a third party, who contacts them and proposes to meet in Rome to be given an Arrow, the artifact hiding a power that can potentially defeat King Crimson's time erasure. The gang also learns of the Boss' name: Diavolo.

A flashback reveals the origins of the Arrows and the Stands. Diavolo, observing the gang from afar, is suspicious of their unwavering determination. He discovers the replica of his face, and follows the gang to Rome, having called Cioccolata and Secco to help eliminate the gang.

Arrived to the coast of Italy, the gang discovers they are attacked by a strange mold.

Rome! The Coliseum

Destination: Rome! The Coliseum
In the plane toward Rome, Diavolo reveals Cioccolata's gruesome past to Doppio.

When Narancia retreats from the mold, its growth is further accelerated, leading to the gang deducing that the mold attacks people when they go down. Cioccolata and Secco are revealed filming the gang from a distance.

"Green Day" and "Oasis"

With much difficulty, the gang manages to steal a car, Bruno exploiting his immunity to the mold and knocking Secco whose Oasis allows him to swim in the ground and protects him, out.

In the road to Rome, the gang realizes that Cioccolata's Green Day has spread its mold into Rome and they are forced to get out of the car. Seeing that Cioccolata is operating from an helicopter and Secco diving into the streets to fight them head on, Giorno and Mista immobilize the helicopter at the top of a tower, and go confront the mad doctor while Bruno takes care of Secco.

At the top of the tower, Cioccolata almost kills Mista. Giorno then manages to kill Cioccolata after a long clash. However Cioccolata heard that the gang is headed toward the Coliseum to get an unstoppable power, and has informed Secco upon his death.

In the streets, Bruno is physically bested by Secco. The fight transforms into a race toward the Coliseum, the third party being eventually revealed to be Jean Pierre Polnareff. When Bruno deafens Secco, crippling his fighting ability, Secco is forced to take an unwitting Doppio hostage. Bruno promptly defeats and kills Secco.

Not knowing who Doppio is, Bruno tells him that he's headed to the Coliseum, piquing Doppio's interest.

They Called Him Diavolo, Part 1

Leading an injured Bruno toward the Coliseum, Doppio is told that Bruno is in fact undead and can only feel people's souls. Diavolo then disguises his soul as Trish's to gain his trust, and the two sneak past the rest of the gang.

A Brief Flashback

Parts of Diavolo's mysterious past are revealed, and as Bruno and Doppio confront Polnareff from afar, so is Polnareff's past investigation of the Arrows in Italy, leading to a fight where Diavolo cripples Polnareff.

Polnareff then suddenly realizes that Doppio disappeared.

They Called Him Diavolo, Part 2

Vinegar Doppio reappears near the bottom of a staircase leading to Polnareff, he then transforms into Diavolo, who attacks Polnareff. After a brief exchange, Diavolo erases time but sees that Polnareff pierced his Silver Chariot with the Arrow. Silver Chariot then undergoes a transformation.

Before the 'Arrow'

As Polnareff expires, Silver Chariot evolves and Diavolo realizes the potential of the Arrow, and takes it for himself. Before he's able to do anything else, he sees a mysterious shadowy figure walking away, then Diavolo and the gang fall asleep.

The Requiem Plays Quietly

When they wake up, the gang slowly realizes that their souls were switched between bodies. Narancia having switched with Giorno, and Mista with Trish. Polnareff switched his soul with Coco Jumbo and thus lives as a turtle. He reveals them the potential of the Arrow, a Stand pierced by it can upgrade itself into Requiem, gaining metaphysical powers above even Diavolo's time manipulation.

As they approach Chariot Requiem, they see Diavolo's body racing toward it, but it is Buccellati who switched with Diavolo. Together, the gang tries to hurt Silver Chariot Requiem and take the Arrow, but the task is made near impossible since their own Stands attack them when they get close to the Arrow.

Bruno's body also wakes up and the person residing inside his body is shot down by Mista. Almost immediately, time is erased once again and Narancia is killed, Giorno then retakes his original body. Polnareff theorizes that Diavolo suffered from dissociative personality, effectively causing two souls to inhabit one body, meaning Diavolo's whereabouts are now unknown. As the group exits the Coliseum, it is revealed that it was Doppio who was inside Buccellati's body.

In the streets King Crimson discreetly sabotages, Mista's pistol having been destroyed, and the pursuit is made all the more urgent as everyone suffers a forced evolution.

Diavolo Rising

The group realizes that Diavolo is possessing one of them, but before they can confirm any suspicion, King Crimson incapacitates Giorno and takes control of Mista's body which was where he was hosted. Diavolo then quickly runs toward Chariot Requiem. He confirms Chariot Requiem's weakness and incapacitates it..

The gang hopelessly delays Diavolo from taking the Arrow, their efforts rendered null by King Crimson, Trish's soul intervenes, she manages to send the Arrow head toward the gang. Furious, King Crimson punches through Spice Girl, and leaps toward the Arrow head, seemingly piercing his Stand in the process.

However, Buccellati has managed to completely destroy Silver Chariot Requiem and every soul is forced back into their original body, Buccellati's ascending into heaven instead after a brief farewell with Giorno.

Giorno then takes the Arrow head into his hands.

King of Kings

Diavolo decides to confront Giorno, having envisioned the Arrow rejecting him, and attacks Gold Experience as Giorno pieces his stand with the Arrow, to no effects at first view. King Crimson smashes Gold Experience's face, revealing something inside.

Gold E Requiem

GoldExperience Requiem

Giorno unlocks Gold Experience Requiem

Gold Experience Requiem is revealed, but Diavolo sees a vision of King Crimson punching through Giorno. Confident because of Epitaph's revelation, Diavolo erases time but Gold Experience Requiem nullifies it. Diavolo is powerless as Giorno dashes toward him and Gold Experience Requiem pummels the gang Boss into the river.

Diavolo is now trapped in an endless death loop, unable to do anything about it.

Sleeping Slaves (Epilogue)

Giorno Boss

Giorno has become the Boss

Set before the events of Buccellati's Coming, the epilogue focuses on Buccellati and the others helping the owner of a flower store uncover the truth behind his daughter's death.

Mista and Bruno go investigate the suspected murderer, and Mista notices a round stone following Bruno. Confronting Scolippi, the sculptor reveal that his Rolling Stone will reveal its targets' death to them, and that the only way to stop it is to destroy it. Mista succeeds, but the remaining dust shapes itself into Bruno, Abbacchio and Narancia, revealing that they were fated to die during their journey.

Back to the present, Trish and Mista happily go to the Coliseum, having forged a new friendship. Behind them Giorno hides the Arrow head in Coco Jumbo's body.

The part closes with Giorno, seemingly the new gang Boss as several men bow before him and embrace his hand.

Characters

 
Character Name Stand Name Relationship
Giorno Giovanna Gold Experience - Gold Experience Requiem Main Protagonist (Previously Neutral)
Bruno Buccellati Sticky Fingers Ally (Previously Villain)
Narancia Ghirga Aerosmith Ally
Guido Mista Sex Pistols Ally
Leone Abbacchio Moody Blues Ally
Trish Una Spice Girl Ally
Pannacotta Fugo Purple Haze Neutral (Previously Ally)
Koichi Hirose Echoes Ally
Jotaro Kujo Star Platinum (not seen) Ally (to Koichi)
Luca N/A Villain
Sorbet and Gelato N/A Neutral
Polpo Black Sabbath Villain
Mario Zucchero Soft Machine Villain
Sale Kraft Work Villain
Pericolo N/A Ally
Formaggio Little Feet Villain
Illuso Man in the Mirror Villain
Coco Jumbo Mr.President Ally
Pesci Beach Boy Villain
Prosciutto The Grateful Dead Villain
Melone Baby Face Villain
Ghiaccio White Album Villain
Squalo Clash Villain
Tiziano Talking Head Villain
Carne Notorious B.I.G. Villain
Risotto Nero Metallica Neutral (Previously Villain)
Cioccolata Green Day Villain
Secco Oasis Villain
Scolippi Rolling Stones Neutral
Jean Pierre Polnareff Silver Chariot -Chariot Requiem Ally
Diavolo/Vinegar Doppio King Crimson (Diavolo) Main Antagonist

Major Battles

Chapters

Vento Aureo consists of 155 chapters, compiled into Volumes 47 to 63 of the Jump Comics collected editions. The left column consists of the titles from the volumes while the right column consists of the titles from the Weekly Shonen Jump release of Part 5.[6][1]

Volume 47: Goodbye, Morioh Town - The Golden Heart Release Date: ISBN:
(さよなら杜王町ー黄金の心 Sayonara Moriō-chō - Ōgon no Kokoro)
Flag of Japan May 10, 1996[2]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-851897-8
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 440. Gold Experience, Part 1 (黄金体験(ゴールド・エクスペリエンス) その① Gōrudo Ekusuperiensu Sono 1)
  • 441. Gold Experience, Part 2 (黄金体験(ゴールド・エクスペリエンス) その② Gōrudo Ekusuperiensu Sono 2)
  • 442. Gold Experience, Part 3 (黄金体験(ゴールド・エクスペリエンス) その③ Gōrudo Ekusuperiensu Sono 3)
  • 440. Incredible Power!! (恐るべき力!! Osoru Beki Chikara!!)
  • 441. It's Useless! (無駄なんだ! Muda Nanda!)
  • 442. The Same Person! (同一人物! Dōitsu Jinbutsu!)
  • 443. The Taste of a Liar! (ウソの味! Uso no Aji!)
  • 444. There's No Choice?! (やるしかない!? Yaru Shika Nai!?)
  • 445. I'll Give You Life! (生命(いのち)いのちを与えよ! Inochi o Atae Yo!)
Volume 47
Volume 48: Gang Star Is My Dream Release Date: ISBN:
(ぼくの夢はギャング·スター Boku no Yume wa Gyangu Sutā)
Flag of Japan July 4, 1996[3]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-851898-5
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 446. For the Future! (未来のために! Mirai no Tame Ni!)
  • 447. I Won't Kill! (もう殺さない! Mou Korosanai!)
  • 448. Oral Examination! (面接試験! Mensetsu Shiken!)
  • 449. Body Check! (ボディ・チェック! Bodi Chekku!)
  • 450. For My Dream! (夢のために! Yume no Tame Ni!)
  • 451. Give Me a Chance! (チャンスをやろう! Chansu o Yarō!)
  • 452. I'm Sinking! (もうすぐ沈む! Mō Sugu Shizumu!)
  • 453. Caught It! (つかんだ! Tsukanda!)
  • 454. The Road to Face! (向かうべき道! Mukau Beki Michi!)
Volume 48
Volume 49: Find Polpo's Fortune! Release Date: ISBN:
(ポルポの遺産を狙え! Porupo no Isan o Nerae!)
Flag of Japan September 4, 1996[4]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-851899-2
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 455. The Word of God! (神は許す! Kami wa Hanasu!)
  • 456. New Companions! (新しい仲間! Atarashii Nakama!)
  • 457. Recover It! (回収せよ! Kaishū Seyo!)
  • 458. You! (おまえなら! Omae Nara!)
  • 459. 5 Minutes Ago! (5分前! Go Bun Mae!)
  • 460. One More Mystery! (もう1つの謎! Mō Hitotsu no Nazo!)
  • 461. I'll Try! (やってみろ! Yatte Miru!)
  • 462. Go On Ahead! (先に行け! Saki ni Ike!)
  • 463. It's Right There! (そこにいる! Soko ni Aru!)
Volume 49
Volume 50: Operative Buccellati:
The Boss' First Assignment
Release Date: ISBN:
(ブチャラティ幹部:ボスからの第一指令
Bucharati Kanbu: Bosu kara no Daichi Shirei
)

Flag of Japan November 1, 1996[5]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-851119-1
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 464. Can't Be Helped! (仕方ねえ! Shikata Nē!)
  • 465. No Escape! (逃がさねえ! Nigasanē!)
  • 466. A Bad Omen! (縁起悪ィぜ! Engi Warii Ze!)
  • 467. Do You Believe Me? (信じるか? Shinjiru Ka?)
  • 468. Crossed It! (渡したぞ! Watashita Zo!)
  • 469. Risking Life! (命を懸けて! Inochi o Kakete!)
  • 470. Follow Your Orders! (命令は守る! Meirei o Mamoru!)
  • 471. About Time! (そろそろだ! Soro Soro da!)
  • 472. For My Companions! (仲間のために! Nakama no Tame ni!)
Volume 50
Volume 51: The Boss' Second Assignment:
'Retrieve the Key!'
Release Date: ISBN:
(ボスからの第二指令:「(キー)をゲットせよ!」
Bosu kara no Daini Shirei: 'Kagi o Getto Se Yo!'
)

Flag of Japan February 4, 1997[6]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-851120-7
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 473. How Did I Get Found?! (なぜバレた!? Naze Bareta!?)
  • 474. It's Time! (時間が来た! Jikan ga Kita!)
  • 475. A Parcel of "Punishment"! (“罰”の小包! "Batsu" no Kozutsumi!)
  • 476. I Remember! (思い出した! Omoidashita!)
  • 477. Even Huger! (もっとでっかく! Motto Dekaku!)
  • 478. The Key to the Vehicle (乗り物の(キー) Norimono no Kī)
  • 479. Just One! (ひとりずつ! Hitori Zutsu!)
  • 480. Don't Get Too Close! (近づくな! Chikazuku Na!)
  • 481. Something's There! (何かある! Nani ga Aru!)
Volume 51
Volume 52: The Express Train Heading Towards Florence Release Date: ISBN:
(フィレンツェ行き超特急 Firentse Iki Chōtokkyū)
Flag of Japan April 4, 1997[7]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872039-5
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 488. The Grateful Dead, Part 1 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その① Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 1)
  • 489. The Grateful Dead, Part 2 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その② Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 2)
  • 490. The Grateful Dead, Part 3 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その③ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 3)
  • 482. It's You! (おまえのだ! Omae no Da!)
  • 483. Let's Go Already! (さっさと行け! Sassa to Ike!)
  • 484. If We Can Get Out! (外に出れば! Soto ni Dereba!)
  • 485. Take It! (くらわせろ! Kurawasero!)
  • 486. To Be Deceived! (はまった! Hamatta!)
  • 487. He's Nowhere! (どこにもいない! Doko ni mo Inai!)
  • 488. Let's Do It! (とことんやるぜッ! Tokoton Yaru Ze!)
  • 489. The Condition to Grow Old! (老いる条件! Oiru Jōken!)
  • 490. Find It!! (探せ!! Sagase!!)
Volume 52
Volume 53: The Grateful Dead Release Date: ISBN:
(ザ·グレイトフル·デッド Za Gureitofuru Deddo)
Flag of Japan June 4, 1997[8]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872040-1
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 491. The Grateful Dead, Part 4 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その④ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 4)
  • 492. The Grateful Dead, Part 5 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その⑤ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 5)
  • 493. The Grateful Dead, Part 6 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その⑥ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 6)
  • 494. The Grateful Dead, Part 7 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その⑦ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 7)
  • 495. The Grateful Dead, Part 8 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その⑧ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 8)
  • 496. The Grateful Dead, Part 9 (偉大なる死(ザ・グレイトフル・デッド) その⑨ Za Gureitofuru Deddo Sono 9)
  • 491. Bro!! (兄貴ィ!! Anikī!!)
  • 492. One Isn't Enough!! (ひとり足りない!! Hitori Tarinai!!)
  • 493. The Leader's Condition (幹部の条件 Kanbu no Jōken)
  • 494. He Doesn't Have It! (ツイてない奴! Tsuitenai Yatsu!)
  • 495. Pesci the Manmoni!! (ママッ子(マンモーニ)のペッシ!! Manmōni no Pesshi!!)
  • 496. Remove the Hook! (針をはずせ! Hari o Hazuse!)
  • 497. The Whereabouts of "Resolve"!! (『覚悟』の行方!! "Kakugo" no Yukue!!)
  • 498. Which Is Quicker?! (どっちが早い!? Docchi ga Hayai!?)
  • 499. The Demon That Fell to Hell (地獄に堕ちた魂 Jigoku ni Ochita Oni)
Volume 53
Volume 54: Gold Experience Retaliates Release Date: ISBN:
(ゴールド·エクスペリエンスの逆襲
Gōrudo Ekusuperiensu no Gyakushū
)

Flag of Japan September 4, 1997[9]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872174-3
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 507. Towards Venice! (ヴェネツィアに向かえ! Venetsia ni Mukae!)
  • 500. The Conception! (受胎せよ! Jutai Seyo!)
  • 501. I'll Kill You!! (ブッ殺す!! Bukkorosu!!)
  • 502. Attack! (攻撃! Kōgeki!)
  • 503. Scrape Away (けずり取る Kezuri Toru)
  • 504. Grow! (成長する! Seichō Suru!)
  • 505. The 'Invention' 'Needs' Mother! (「必要」は「発明」の母! 'Hitsuyō' wa 'Hatsumei' no Haha!)
  • 506. Let's Go Simply! (シンプルで行こう! Shinpuru de Ikō!)
  • 507. A Directive from the Boss!! (ボスからの指令!! Bosu kara no Shirei!!)
  • 508. Mista!! (ミスタ!! Misuta!!)
Volume 54
Volume 55: The Venice Landing Operation Release Date: ISBN:
(ヴェネツィア上陸作戦 Venetsia Jōriku Sakusen)
Flag of Japan November 4, 1997[10]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872175-0
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 517. Bruno Buccellati's Youth (ブローノ·ブチャラティ その少年時代 Burōno Bucharati Sono Shōnen Jidai)
  • 509. Everything's Freezing Faster and Faster!! (どんどん凍る!! Dondon Kōru!!)
  • 510. Cut the Crap! (振りきれ! Furi Kire!)
  • 511. What Is a Real "Victory"?! (本当の『勝利』とは!? Hontō no "Shōri" to wa!?)
  • 512. 'Kill' Him Now!! (「殺る」のは今だ!! 'Yaru' no wa Ima da!!)
  • 513. Gently Weeps!! (ジェントリー ウィープス!! Jentorī Wīpusu!!)
  • 514. The Resolve of Blood!! (血の覚悟!! Chi no Kakugo!!)
  • 515. The Wheareabouts of Resolve!! (覚悟の行方!! Kakugo no Yukue!!)
  • 516. Meeting Point! (ミーティング・ポイント! Mītingu Pointo!)
  • 517. Wheels of Fortune (運命の車輪(ホイールズ・オブ・フォーチュン) Hoīruzu Obu Fōchun)
Volume 55
Volume 56: The 'G' in Guts Release Date: ISBN:
(ガッツの「G」 Gattsu no 'G')
Flag of Japan January 9, 1998[11]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872501-7
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 518. Assassination! (暗殺! Ansatsu!)
  • 519. The Boss!! (ボス!! Bosu!!)
  • 520. King Crimson! (キング・クリムゾン! Kingu Kurimuzon!)
  • 521. Predict It! (予測しろ! Yosoku Shiro!)
  • 522. Betrayal! (裏切り! Uragiri!)
  • 523. Who Will Get on the Boat?! (ボートに乗るのは!? Bōto ni Noru no wa!?)
  • 524. Uncover the Boss' Secret!! (ボスの謎を探れ!! Bosu no Nazo o Sagure!!)
  • 525. The Water Is!! (水が!! Mizu ga!!)
  • 526. Did You Really See It?! (本当に見たの!? Hontō ni Mita no!?)
Volume 56
Volume 57: No Flightcode! Unearth the Boss' Past Release Date: ISBN:
(フライト·コードなし!ボスの過去をあばけ
Furaito Kōdo Nashi! Bosu no Kako o Abake
)

Flag of Japan March 4, 1998[12]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872526-0
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 527. Giornoooo!! (ジョルノォォォ!! Jorunoooo!!)
  • 528. Escaped!! (逃げられた!! Nigerareta!!)
  • 529. Where Is Victory? (勝利の行方は? Shōri no Yukue wa?)
  • 530. Found It! (見つけたぞ! Mitsuketa zo!)
  • 531. You 'Flinched'?! (「ひるむ」だって!? 'Hiromu' Datte!?)
  • 532. Let's Go by Plane!! (飛行機で行こう!! Hikōki de Ikō!!)
  • 533. Nothing Wrong?! (異常なし!? Hijō Nashi!?)
  • 534. I Want Pizza!! (ピッツァが食べたい!! Pittsa ga Tabetai!!)
  • 535. What's the Goal?! (目標は!? Mokuteki wa!?)
Volume 57
Volume 58: My Name Is Doppio Release Date: ISBN:
(ぼくの名はドッピオ Boku no Na wa Doppio)
Flag of Japan June 4, 1998[13]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872562-8
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 536. Retired! (再起不能! Ritaia!)
  • 537. I've Always Been by Your Side... (イツモ アナタノ ソバニ… Itsumo Anata no Soba ni...)
  • 538. What's Your Name? (あなたの名は? Anata no Na wa?)
  • 539. Bastard (くそ野郎 Kuso Yarō)
  • 540. Blood Connection! (血のつながり! Chi no Tsunagari!)
  • 541. The Secret!! (秘密!! Himitsu!!)
  • 542. Doppio!! (ドッピオ!! Doppio!!)
  • 543. Two Meters (2メートル Ni Mētoru)
  • 544. Risotto the Assassin! (暗殺者リゾット! Ansatsusha Rizotto!)
Volume 58
Volume 59: Like the Falling Sky Release Date: ISBN:
(今にも落ちて来そうな空の下で
Ima ni mo Ochite Kisō na Sora no Shita de
)

Flag of Japan August 4, 1998[14]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872588-8
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 545. Why Can't I Move?! (なぜ動かない!? Naze Ugokanai!?)
  • 546. Metallica!! (メタリカ!! Metarika!!)
  • 547. Doppio Is Undetected! (ドッピオでは探知できない! Doppio wa Kanchi Dekinai!)
  • 548. Just One Enemy? (敵は1人? Teki wa Hitori?)
  • 549. Track Him!! (追跡しろ!! Tsuiseki Shiro!!)
  • 550. The Power of "Will"!! (『意志』の力!! "Ishi" no Chikara!!)
  • 551. The Bow and Arrow!! (弓と矢!! Yumi to Ya!!)
  • 552. Virus! (ウイルス! Uirusu!)
  • 553. Cioccolata! (チョコラータ! Chokorāta!)
Volume 59
Volume 60: Meet the Man in the Coliseum! Release Date: ISBN:
(コロッセオの男に会え! Korosseo no Otoko ni Ae!)
Flag of Japan October 2, 1998[15]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872613-7
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 554. Leave It to Mista! (ミスタにまかせろ! Misuta ni Makasero!)
  • 555. To the Parking Garage!! (駐車場に行かねば!! Chūshajō ni Ikaneba!!)
  • 556. Impossible! (ばかな! Baka na!)
  • 557. A Simple Question! (素朴な疑問! Soboku na Gimon!)
  • 558. Panic in Rome!! (パニック・イン・ローマ!! Panikku in Rōma!!)
  • 559. One vs. One Match! (一対一(サシ)で勝負! Sashi de Shōbu!)
  • 560. The Result of Curiosity! (好奇心の成果! Kōkishin no Seika!)
  • 561. Happiness!! (幸せって!! Shiwase tte!!)
  • 562. Horrible Guy! (ひどい野郎! Hidoi Yatsu!)
Volume 60
Volume 61: They Called Him Diavolo Release Date: ISBN:
(そいつの名はディアボロ Soitsu no Na wa Diaboro)
Flag of Japan January 8, 1999[16]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872652-6
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 569. A Brief Flashback (ほんの少し昔の物語 Honno Sukoshi Mukashi no Monogatari)
  • 571. Before the 'Arrow' (「矢」のさらに先に存在(ある)もの 'Ya' no Sara ni Saki ni Aru Mono)
  • 563. Two Messages!! (メッセージは2つ!! Messēji wa Ni Tsu!!)
  • 564. The Man at the Colosseum (コロッセオの男 Korosseo no Otoko)
  • 565. One Step Short at the Colosseum! (コロッセオ、一歩手前! Korosseo, Ippo Temae!)
  • 566. Become the Victor!! (勝者となれ!! Shōsha to Nare!!)
  • 567. Came Again! (また来たよ! Mata Kita Yo!)
  • 568. You?! (君なのか!? Kimi na no ka!?)
  • 569. A Tale from Long Ago!! (昔話!! Mukashi Banashi!!)
  • 570. Diavolo Overcomes His Past! (ディアボロは過去を乗り越える! Diaboro wa Kako o Norikoeru!)
  • 571. The Ones That Control This World (この世を制する者 Kono Yo o Sei Suru Mono)
Volume 61
Volume 62: The Requiem Plays Quietly Release Date: ISBN:
(鎮魂歌(レクイエム)は静かに奏でられる Rekuiemu wa Shizuka ni Kanaderareru)
Flag of Japan March 4, 1999[17]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872680-9
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 572. Giorno Is Injured!! (ジョルノが負傷する!! Joruno wa Fushō Suru!!)
  • 573. What's the Goal?! (目的はなんなのだ!? Mokuteki wa Nan na no da!?)
  • 574. The Story of 'What's Ahead'! (「その先」の話! 'Sono Saki' no Hanashi)
  • 575. An Unforeseen Development (不測の展開 Fusoku no Tenkai)
  • 576. It Can't Happen! (あってはならないこと! Atte wa Naranai Koto!)
  • 577. The Empty World! (からっぽの世界! Karappo no Sekai!)
  • 578. Requiem!! (レクイエム!! Rekuiemu!!)
  • 579. The Prelude Ends...! (前奏曲(プレリュード)が終わり…! Pureryūdo ga Owari...!)
  • 580. Cover the Distance! (距離をとれ! Kyori o Tore!)
  • 581. Where's the Boss?! (ボスはどこ!? Bosu wa Doko!?)
  • 582. Requiem's Shadow! (レクイエムの影! Rekuiemu no Kage!)
Volume 62
Volume 63: Sleeping Slaves Release Date: ISBN:
(眠れる奴隷 Nemureru Dorei)
Flag of Japan April 30, 1999[18]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872709-7
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 583. Overcome It! (乗り越えろ! Norikoero!)
  • 584. Give Everyone My Best Wishes! (みんなによろしくと! Minna ni Yoroshiku to!)
  • 585. The Qualification That Holds the 'Arrow'! (「矢」を持つ資格! 'Ya' o Motsu Shikaku!)
  • 586. Did You Perish?! (あんたは滅びる!? Anta wa Nobiru!?)
  • 587. Giorno's Requiem!! (ジョルノのレクイエム!! Joruno no Rekuiemu!!)
  • 588. I'll Repeat It Infinitely!! (何回でも繰りかえす!! Nando Demo Kurikaesue!!)
  • 589. Sleeping Slaves (眠れる奴隷 Nemureru Dorei) [19]
  • 590. Sleeping Slaves (眠れる奴隷 Nemureru Dorei)
  • 591. Something's Strange?! (なんか変!? Nanka Hen!?)
  • 592. Slaves to Fate! (運命の奴隷! Unmei no Dorei!)
  • 593. Don't Touch It! (触っちゃダメ! Sawaccha Dame!)
  • 594. A Grand Beginning! (大いなる始まり! Dainaru Hajimari!)
Volume 63

Adaptations

Main article: Le Bizzarre Avventure di GioGio: Vento Aureo

Vento Aureo has a Japan-only action-adventure video game adaptation for the PlayStation 2, GioGio's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind.

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Trivia

  • This arc was initially referred to as Dai Go-bun Giorno Giovana: Ōgon naru Isan (第5部 ジョルノ・ジョバァーナ ―黄金なる遺産― Dai Go Bu Joruno Jobāana Ōgon naru Isan), lit. "Part 5 Giorno Giovana: Golden Heritage".
  • Since the arc takes place in Italy, the series title is written in Italian as Le Bizzarre Avventure di GioGio.
  • Araki said that he used male idol groups and Italian fashion as the visual inspirations for this part. He wanted to design the main cast in a "pretty boy image" to deliberately contrast the taller, muscular protagonists from previous arcs. Araki remarked that the gay undertones found within certain scenes were included as a homage to the eroticism generally found within the fashion industry. He didn't think that events or character relationships had any deeper meanings behind them until fans brought it to his attention.[20]

References

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