Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure live-action spin-off is out now

The live-action adaptation of Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe is finally available for streaming outside of Japan, thanks to the RetroCrush service.

Promotional image for the live-action Jojo's Bizarre Adventure spin-off Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe

The live action version of the jojo’s bizarre adventure cleave Thus spoke Rohan Kishibe is now available to stream outside of Japan.

As reported by Anime News Network, RetroCrush, a free streaming service that specializes in classic anime and other content from Asian countries, announced that the first season of 2020 Thus spoke Rohan Kishibe The TV series is already available on its platform. The show is based on the spin-off manga of the same name by Hirohiko Araki, detailing the further adventures of Rohan Kishibe, a Stand user and manga author who was first introduced in jojoThe fourth arc of Diamond is Unbreakable. The first season has three episodes. A second season, which aired in Japan in 2021, has not received an official release outside of Japan at this time.

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The series is directed by Kazutaka Watanabe and written by Yasuko Kobayashi, who previously worked on David Production’s popular anime adaptation. jojo’s bizarre adventure. Kishibe is voiced by actor Issei Takahashi, who anime fans may recognize from his appearances in the live-action adaptations of Ikebukuro West Gate Park Y March comes like a lion. In addition to the live-action show, the spinoff has also been adapted into an anime, which is available to stream on Netflix.

Rohan Kishibe is just one of the many eccentric characters that have appeared in Araki’s long-running oeuvre, which began publication in 1987. The series tells the story of the Joestar family and their intergenerational conflict with the being known as Dio Brando. The anime adaptation is currently in its fifth season, Stone Ocean, which adapts the sixth part of the ongoing series and is available as an exclusive streaming through Netflix. The first 12 episodes of the arc premiered in December; the next batch of episodes is scheduled to be released sometime next fall. A ninth part of the manga has also been confirmed to be in production, though it has not yet received a release date.

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In addition to Thus spoke Rohan KishibeRetroCrush has also added a number of other titles that will be of interest to anime fans, including Hideaki Anno: The Final Challenge of Evangelion, a two-part documentary that follows creator Hideaki Anno as he works on the latest film in the series. Shojo fans should also look to the classic-focus streaming service, as it also recently added live-action adaptations of boys over flowers, Singable Nodame Y Itazura na Kiss to your library too.

Source: Anime News Network

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