JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders
|JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders|
Jotaro Kujo and his Stand, Star Platinum
|No. of episodes||48|
|Original network||Tokyo MX|
|Original release||April 4, 2014 –|
June 19, 2015
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders (Japanese: ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 スターダストクルセイダース, Hepburn: JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Sutādasuto Kuruseidāsu) is the second season of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime by David Production, based on the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga series by Hirohiko Araki. It is the second animated adaptation of the manga's third part, Stardust Crusaders, following an original video animation series by A.P.P.P. that was released first in 1993 and continued later in 2000.
The series aired for 48 episodes, split into two parts consisting of 24 episodes each. The first part aired on Tokyo MX between April 4, 2014, and September 12, 2014, also syndicated on MBS, Animax, and other channels,. The second part, subtitled "Battle in Egypt" (エジプト編, Ejiputo-hen, lit. "Egypt Chapter" or "Egypt Saga"), aired between January 9, 2015 and June 19, 2015. The series was simulcast outside of Asia on Crunchyroll's streaming services. A preview of the English language dub of the first three episodes was streamed on Crunchyroll on July 5, 2014, tying in with its premiere at Anime Expo 2014. The English dub began airing in North America on Adult Swim's Toonami programming block from July 29, 2017. Viz Media released a Blu-ray set of the first 24 episodes, that includes English and Japanese audio with subtitles for the Japanese, in North America on July 3, 2018.
Set in 1987, the series follows Jotaro Kujo and his comrades who have developed mysterious powers known as Stands. Jotaro, his grandfather Joseph Joestar and their allies, travel to Egypt in search of the evil and immortal vampire Dio Brando, now known solely as "DIO" to save Jotaro's mother Holly, whose Stand has awakened and threatens to consume her in 50 days. Meanwhile, DIO has commissioned a number of assassins with various types of deadly Stands to destroy them before they can reach him.
|Jotaro Kujo||Star Platinum||Daisuke Ono||Matthew Mercer|
|Joseph Joestar||Hermit Purple||Unshō Ishizuka||Richard Epcar|
|Mohammed Avdol||Magician's Red||Kenta Miyake||Chris Tergliafera|
|Noriaki Kakyoin||Hierophant Green||Daisuke Hirakawa||Kyle Hebert|
|Jean Pierre Polnareff||Silver Chariot||Fuminori Komatsu||Doug Erholtz|
|Iggy||The Fool||Misato Fukuen||Derek Stephen Prince|
|Dio Brando||The World||Takehito Koyasu||Patrick Seitz|
|Enya Geil||Enyaba||Justice||Reiko Suzuki||Barbara Goodson|
|Vanilla Ice||Cool Ice||Cream||Shō Hayami||Jalen K. Cassell|
|Gray Fly||Tower of Gray||Mitsuaki Madono||Jay Preston|
|"Captain Tenille"||"Captain Dragon"||Dark Blue Moon||Tesshō Genda||Michael McConnohie|
|Devo||Soul Sacrifice||Ebony Devil||Shouto Kashii||Edward Bosco|
|Rubber Soul||Yellow Temperance||Shinji Kawada||Ray Chase|
|Hol Horse||Emperor||Hidenobu Kiuchi||Imari Williams|
|J. Geil||Centerfold||Hanged Man||Yoshito Yasuhara||Tom Fahn|
|Nena||Empress||Satsuki Yukino||Dorothy Elias-Fahn|
|ZZ||Zii Zii||Wheel of Fortune||Iwasaki Masami||David Vincent|
|Steely Dan||Dan of Steel||Lovers||Daisuke Kishio||Grant George|
|Mannish Boy||Manishu Booi||Death Thirteen||Ikue Ohtani||Tara Sands|
|Cameo||Judgement||Kinryu Arimoto||Stephen Mann|
|Midler||Rose||High Preistess||Aya Hisakawa||Karen Strassman|
|N'Doul||Geb||Kentarō Itō||Greg Chun|
|Oingo||Zenyatta||Khnum||Makoto Yasumura||Joe Zieja|
|Boingo||Mondatta||Thoth||Motoko Kumai||Jessica Gee|
|Anubis||Yasunori Matsumoto||Brad Venable|
|Chaka||Anubis||Anri Katsu||Khoi Dao|
|Khan||Anubis||Hidenari Ugaki||Joshua Tomar|
|Mariah||Bastet||Ayahi Takagaki||Lauren Landa|
|Alessi||Sethan||Masaya Onosaka||Jon Allen|
|Daniel J. D'Arby||Osiris||Banjō Ginga||Cam Clarke|
|Telence T. D'Arby||Atum||Junichi Suwabe||Xander Mobus|
|Kenny G.||Billie Jean||Tenore Sax||Junichi Yanagita|
|Nukesaku||Loser||Tōru Nara||Arnie Pantoja|
|Holly Kujo||Unnamed Stand||Reiko Takagi||Julie Ann Taylor|
|Narrator||Toru Okawa||David Vincent|
Although teased at in the post-credit scenes of the first season's finale, the second season of the JoJo anime was officially announced in October 2013 in the November 2013 issue of Ultra Jump and the fifth tankōbon volume of JoJolion. David Production revealed that as with the different art styles they used for the first season, which covered the Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency arcs, they would be attempting a new art style with the Stardust Crusaders season. Takehito Koyasu reprises his role as DIO from the previous season and Daisuke Ono reprises his role as Jotaro Kujo from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle video game, but all other characters were given new voice actors.
The opening theme for the first half of the season is "Stand Proud", performed by Jin Hashimoto, while the ending theme is American female pop rock band The Bangles' 1986 single "Walk Like an Egyptian".[a] The "Battle in Egypt" half of the season has new theme music, with the opening theme changed to "JoJo Sono Chi no Kioku ~end of THE WORLD~" (ジョジョ その血の記憶～end of THE WORLD～, translated as "JoJo, That Blood's Memories ~End of the World~"), performed by the band "JO☆STARS ~TOMMY,Coda,JIN~" consisting of Hiroaki "Tommy" Tominaga, Coda, and Jin Hashimoto, each of whom had performed one of the series' previous openings, while the ending theme was changed to American jazz fusion band Pat Metheny Group's "Last Train Home" from their 1987 album Still Life (Talking). However, episode 27 featured the unique ending theme song and animation sequence for "Aku-yaku Kyōsōkyoku" (アク役♢協奏曲, "Evil Concerto"), performed by Makoto Yasumura and Motoko Kumai as their characters Oingo and Boingo; a digital single was released shortly after broadcast. This song was used again in episodes 36 and 37, this time performed by Hidenobu Kiuchi with Motoko Kumai, as the characters Hol Horse and Boingo; a digital single was released for this version of the song as well. The original score for the series is composed by Yugo Kanno. The first soundtrack album Departure was released on July 30, 2014, and a second soundtrack album Journey was included with the second volume of the Blu-ray releases, released on August 27, 2014. A third soundtrack album titled World was included with the first volume of the "Battle in Egypt" Blu-ray releases, released on April 22, 2015. A fourth album titled Destination was then released as an individual CD on May 27, 2015, and included a full length version of "Aku-yaku Kyōsōkyoku".
Stardust Crusaders (2014)
|No. in Season [b]||No. in Series [c]||Title [d]||Writer||Original airdate||English airdate|
|1||27||"The Man Possessed by an Evil Spirit"|
Transcription: "Akuryō ni Toritsukareta Otoko" (Japanese: 悪霊にとりつかれた男)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||April 4, 2014||July 29, 2017|
Prologue: In 1983, off the coast of the Canary Islands, a coffin with the word "DIO" on the front is salvaged from the depths. The crew attempts to open it, but find that it is locked from the inside. Later, their ship is found, mysteriously abandoned with no signs of a struggle.Four years later in Japan, a young man named Jotaro Kujo has willingly turned himself into jail, refusing to leave as he believes he is possessed by an "evil spirit" which only he can see. Jotaro's mother, Holly and his grandfather Joseph Joestar, bring his friend from Egypt, Mohammed Avdol to coax him out of his cell. Mohammed Avdol's "evil spirit" Magician's Red challenges Jotaro which causes Jotaro's psychic manifestation Star Platinum, known as a Stand, to appear. Joseph tells Jotaro about his family's 100 year old enemy, the vampire DIO, who now possesses the body of Jonathan Joestar. Joseph then uses a Stand of his own, resembling purple brambles, to smash an expensive instant camera, from which a photograph appears. After explaining how people from the Joestar bloodline have star-shaped birthmarks on the back of their necks, Joseph reveals the photograph to be a picture of DIO possessing the same birthmark, proving that he had stolen the body of his grandfather, Jonathan Joestar. He goes on to state that DIO's revival has caused the emergence of Stands in both himself and Jotaro. Elsewhere, DIO senses the presence of the Joestars and resolves to kill them.
|2||28||"Who Will Be the Judge!?"|
Transcription: "Sabaku no wa Dare da!?" (Japanese: 裁くのは誰だ!?)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||April 11, 2014||August 5, 2017|
|As Jotaro walks to school with some of his female admirers, a deep cut suddenly appears on Jotaro's leg, causing him to fall down a flight of stairs. He only manages to save himself by using his Stand to divert his fall. Jotaro receives a handkerchief from a new transfer student named Noriaki Kakyoin, unaware that he is the one responsible for his fall. Later, as Jotaro heads to the infirmary to have his wound treated, the nurse starts acting strangely, stabbing one of the other students with a pen before going after Jotaro with inhuman strength. Kakyoin appears and reveals he has used his personal Stand, Heirophant Green, to possess the nurse's body. Jotaro uses his Stand to pull Hierophant Green out of the nurse's body, only to be attacked by its Emerald Splash attack, leaving the nurse with harsh internal injuries. Despite appearing to be fatally injured by Heirophant Green's attack, Jotaro counter attacks using his Stand to pummel Heirophant Green until Kakyoin falls unconscious. After leaving the injured nurse to the school faculty, Jotaro takes Kakyoin back home to Joseph and Avdol. Joseph explains that Kakyoin is DIO's pawn and will likely die in a few days, caused by something implanted in Kakyoin's forehead.|
|3||29||"The Curse of DIO"|
Transcription: "DIO no Jubaku" (Japanese: DIOの呪縛)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||April 18, 2014||August 12, 2017|
|Joseph reveals that the object on Kakyoin's forehead is a "flesh bud" that has a tendril going straight into his brain, making him swear loyalty to DIO. Avdol also reveals that recently DIO approached him the same way by using his charisma, but he managed to escape. Determined to save Kakyoin, Jotaro uses the precise nature of his Stand to remove the bud from Kakyoin's brain, despite the bud's attempts to invade Jotaro’s body. The next day, Avdol finds Holly collapsed in the kitchen with a Stand resembling rose vines. Avdol realizes that she does not have the willpower to control the Stand which is connected to DIO’s curse and estimates she only has fifty days to live. As killing DIO is the only way to save her, Jotaro uses his Stand to analyze photos Joseph had taken of DIO. They deduce that he is in the Aswan region of Egypt from the faint image of a particular fly. Kakyoin confirms their theory, and decides to join the group because of a fondness he feels for women like Holly. Avdol uses a deck of Tarot cards to give Jotaro's Stand the name of Star Platinum. As the group takes off on a flight towards Egypt, DIO, using a Stand power similar to Joseph's Hermit Purple, takes a photograph showing him their location. On the plane, Joseph senses DIO's presence, suspecting that there may be a Stand user on the plane.|
|4||30||"Tower of Gray"|
Transcription: "Tawā Obu Gurē" (Japanese:
|Shōgo Yasukawa||April 25, 2014||August 19, 2017|
|As their plane passes over Taiwan, Jotaro and the others are awoken by the sound of a flying stag beetle. Avdol identifies it as an evil Stand known as Tower of Gray, which is responsible for causing mass murders that look like tragic accidents. Jotaro finds its speed outmatchs even Star Platinum's and it suddenly kills a row of passengers, using their bloody tongues to spell out the word "Massacre!". Before an elderly passenger raises the alarm, Kakyoin knocks him out. Kakyoin convinces the others that his Heirophant Green is the safest Stand to use. His Stand's Emerald Splash attack seems to have no effect against Tower of Gray's speed, however, it is a ploy by Kakyoin, who uses Heirophant Green to impale it using spikes from under the seating. When Heirophant Green rips Tower of Gray apart, its user Gray Fly, the elderly man from before, is fatally wounded. Joseph discovers that the pilots have been killed, but he manages to land the plane safely off the coast of Hong Kong, still over 10,000 kilometers (6,200 mi) from Egypt. The group realizes that they must find an alternate way of reaching Egypt that does not put innocent lives at risk and decide to travel by sea. As the group eats in a restaurant they are joined by a French tourist who soon reveals himself to be the owner of the sword-wielding Stand Silver Chariot and one of DIO's assassins.|
Transcription: "Shirubā Chariottsu" (Japanese:
|Yasuko Kobayashi||May 2, 2014||August 26, 2017|
|The swordsman introduces himself as Jean Pierre Polnareff and displays his skills by using his Silver Chariot Stand to fight Avdol. After attack and counter-attack both Polnareff and Silver Chariot are engulfed in flames. Before the group can celebrate victory, Polnareff has Silver Chariot shed its protective armor, allowing it to move even faster and produce shadow images and attack from multiple angles. Avdol overcomes the clones using his Cross Fire Hurricane Special with multiple flames to distract the decoys, before attacking Polnareff directly from underground with a larger flame. With Polnareff defeated and burning alive, he refuses the opportunity to end his own life, admitting his defeat and resigning himself to be killed by the flames. Realizing the man's chivalry, Avdol releases him from the flames, and discovers that Polnareff is under the control of a DIO flesh bud, which Jotaro soon extracts. As the group heads for their boat the Speedwagon Foundation has hired for them, Polnareff appears and reveals that his true goal is to find and kill a Stand user with two right hands, who was responsible for the rape and murder of his younger sister, Cherie. He was swayed by DIO when he promised to help him find the culprit. Learning that the culprit is likely someone in DIO's employ, Polnareff decides to join the Joestar group on their journey to Egypt.|
|6||32||"Dark Blue Moon"|
Transcription: "Dāku Burū Mūn" (Japanese:
|Shinichi Inotsume||May 9, 2014||September 9, 2017|
|The Joestar group begin their three day journey towards Singapore, but discover a young stowaway on board. The stowaway jumps overboard and is threatened by a shark but is rescued by Jotaro who discovers that the child is a girl named Anne who claims that she is searching for her father. They find themselves approached by a seafaring Stand and suspect the girl, but Jotaro exposes the ship's captain as an impostor. The fake Captain Tennille[e] has his Stand Dark Blue Moon take Anne hostage, challenging Jotaro to fight against him in the ocean, where he would have the advantage. Star Platinum manages to beat Dark Blue Moon before its reaches the ocean, knocking its owner into the sea. However, acorn barnacles appear on Star Platinum and spread over him, draining its strength and causing Jotaro to fall into the ocean, where Dark Blue Moon creates a deadly whirlpool. Jotaro keeps himself and Star Platinum limp, allowing it to concentrate its strength and counterattack with its Star Finger technique, defeating Dark Blue Moon and sending its user to his death. Suddenly, several planted bombs explode on board, forcing the group and crew-mates to escape on emergency lifeboats, where they soon come across a large freighter.|
Transcription: "Sutorengusu" (Japanese:
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||May 16, 2014||September 16, 2017|
|DIO shares his fears about the Joestar bloodline with his advisor Enya the hag ,[f] but she assures him they still have seven Stand-using assassins en route to stop the Joestars. Meanwhile, the Joestar group boards the apparently uninhabited freighter, finding only a caged orang-utan named Forever. After a sailor is killed by machinery, Kakyoin uses Heirophant Green to search for life on the ship, without success. Later, as Anne takes a shower, Forever escapes from his cage, kills the remaining sailors, and corners her. Jotaro saves Anne and fights Forever, but finds himself attacked by various parts of the ship and realizes that the ship itself is an extremely powerful Stand known as Strength. The orang-utan then traps the Joestar party within the parts of the ship, but Jotaro taunts him then Star Platinum launches Jotaro's jacket button into Forever's skull with a Star Finger, then kills the ape. With Forever defeated, Strength loses its form, forcing Jotaro and the others to escape to the lifeboats as the ship reverts to its original form of a tiny boat. Upon hearing of Forever's defeat, Enya, who is seen to have two right hands, assures DIO that there are still six other Stand users left to face the Joestars, her son included. The Joestar group finally arrives in Singapore, already four days into their journey. They check into a hotel to plan the next leg of their trip, unaware that a mysterious doll sits in one of their rooms.|
Transcription: "Debiru" (Japanese:
|Shinichi Inotsume||May 23, 2014||September 23, 2017|
|The Joestar group check into a hotel with Anne, but when Polnareff enters his room, he realizes that one of DIO's assassins Devo the Cursed,[g] is hiding in his refrigerator. Polnareff seemingly defeats Devo easily who then throws himself off the hotel balcony and disappears. Polnareff informs Avdol and Joseph of the situation and arranges to regroup with them later. In his room, Polnareff suddenly receives a cut on his leg, then is then strapped to the underside of his bed. The culprit is revealed to be a doll that Devo possessed using his Stand Ebony Devil. Polnareff struggles to fight against the doll as Silver Chariot cannot accurately attack in areas Polnareff that cannot see. Polnareff manages to use reflections of pieces of a mirror he shattered earlier to pinpoint the doll's location and attack it precisely. Unable to learn anything from his opponent, Polnareff cuts the doll to pieces, which in turn kills Devo, who had been controlling his Stand from within in the hotel. As Polnareff deals with authorities, Joseph uses Hermit Purple on his room's television, rapidly changing channels to reveal a hidden message warning of a traitor among them and to be wary of Kakyoin, for he is DIO's servant. Soon, the image changes to a live feed of DIO, who taunts Joseph before causing the television to explode.|
Transcription: "Ierō Tenparansu" (Japanese:
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||May 30, 2014||September 30, 2017|
|Jotaro and Anne suspect something is wrong with Kakyoin after observing some odd behavior, including severely beating a pickpocket, eating beetles, and licking a cherry in a disgusting manner. Jotaro, believing Kakyoin to be possessed, punches him, revealing him to be an impostor. He is Rubber Soul, one of DIO's assassins who disguised himself using his Stand Yellow Temperance, that consumes flesh and can take on any form. As the two take their fight onto the cable cars, Anne reports the situation to Joseph and Avdol, who are shortly joined by the real Kakyoin. The fight continues, until Jotaro defeats Rubber Soul by dragging him down into the sea below, forcing Rubber Soul to lower Yellow Temperance's guard to breathe and leaving him open to a direct physical attack. Rubber Soul then reveals the Stands of DIO's next assassins are Death, the Empress, the Emperor, and the Hanged Man; the last of which is J. Geil ,[h] the man with two right hands. Rubber Soul makes a last ditch attack but Jotaro just uses Star Platinum to pummel him. Jotaro rejoins the group as they continue their journey to India, becoming surprised when Kakyoin licks a cherry in an identical fashion to his impostor. Unbeknownst to the Joestar group, Anne is following them in the next train car.|
|10||36||"The Emperor and the Hanged Man, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Enperā to Hangudoman Sono 1" (Japanese:
|Yasuko Kobayashi||June 6, 2014||October 7, 2017|
|The Joestar group arrives in Calcutta, India, which presents a considerable culture shock. In the restaurant's toilet Polnareff sees a Stand in the mirror, and realizes that it must be J. Geil's Stand the Hanged Man. He smashes the mirror before the Stand gets too close. Afterwards, he decides he should hunt down his sister's killer on his own, despite Avdol's warnings that they should remain together. Elsewhere, Hol Horse, another of DIO's assassins, team up with J. Geil to kill Polnareff. The next day, Polnareff finds J. Geil with Hol Horse, but he disappears as the rainy sky clears. Hol Horse uses his Stand the Emperor, which takes the form of a gun, to fire a bullet at Polnareff, but the bullet is a part of the Emperor and dodges Silver Chariot. Just as the bullet is about to strike its mark, Polnareff is saved by the arrival of Avdol who attempts to block the bullet but is stabbed in the back by Hanged Man emerging from the reflection of a puddle, allowing the bullet to strike his forehead. Kakyoin arrives on the scene and is shocked to find Avdol dead, he finds that, despite his harsh words, Polnareff is just as mortified about his friend's death.|
|11||37||"The Emperor and the Hanged Man, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Enperā to Hangudoman Sono 2" (Japanese:
|Yasuko Kobayashi||June 13, 2014||October 14, 2017|
|J. Geil provokes Polnareff into attacking his Hanged Man within a glass window, using the broken shards of glass to pin him down, but Kakyoin convinces Polnareff to escape in a car. After realizing that the Hanged Man is in the car with them, they crash the vehicle. They finally realize that the Hanged Man is actually a Stand of light that jumps between reflective surfaces. The Hanged Man jumps into the reflection of the eyes of a young boy and then nearby beggars, trapping Polnareff and Kakyoin within the group of beggars. Suddenly, Kakyoin takes out a shiny gold coin and flips it into the air, bringing everyone's gaze, along with the Hanged Man, towards it, allowing Polnareff to cut the Stand down and finally avenging his sister. When Hol Horse realizes that J. Geil is dead he tries to flee, but is caught by Jotaro and Joseph who have just finished giving Avdol a proper burial. Polnareff prepares to carry out his sentence but is stopped by Hol Horse's lover, allowing Hol Horse to escape. After treating the woman's wounds, Joseph urges the group to continue their journey towards Egypt, unaware that a drop of the woman's blood has caused a mysterious growth to appear on his arm.|
Transcription: "Enpuresu" (Japanese:
|Shōgo Yasukawa||June 20, 2014||October 21, 2017|
|Sensing J. Geil's death, Enya prepares to take revenge with her Empress Stand. Jotaro's group travel by bus towards Varanasi, including Nena, the wounded woman. Joseph goes to a local clinic to have the developing growth on his arm treated, while is shown that Nena has a similar growth on her tongue. When the doctor attempts to cut the growth off, he is killed by the "bug bite", which has grown its own face and reveals itself to be the Empress. The Empress alerts the police, implicating Joseph for the doctor's murder. Joseph tries to fight off the Stand attached to his arm, but it is unaffected by his Hamon techniques. The Empress stops him moving, but Joseph uses Hermit Purple to break free and searches for its user as the growth grows larger and stronger. Suddenly, he plunges his arm into a barrel containing a black substance. Although the Stand cannot be suffocated, the coal tar solidifies around it and Joseph uses Hermit Purple to rip the immobilized Empress to shreds. Nearby, Nena is also torn to shreds, revealing her as the Stand's user and her true form as an obese woman. After regrouping with Jotaro and Kakyoin, they decides to travel by car to Pakistan, unaware that they are being followed by another car.|
|13||39||"Wheel of Fortune"|
Transcription: "Howīru Obu Fōchun" (Japanese:
|Shōgo Yasukawa||June 27, 2014||November 4, 2017|
|Driving to Pakistan, the group encounter Anne hitchhiking and they reluctantly take her with them. Continuing their journey, a red car plays a deadly game of tag with them and eventually pushes them over a cliff. Kakyoin manages to stop their fall by having Hierophant Green hook a cable to the other car. Jotaro uses Star Platinum to pull them to safety, knocking the other car down the cliff in the process. Just then, a voice comes from their own car's radio, revealing the red car to be the Wheel of Fortune Stand, which emerges from the ground, destroying their vehicle. It transforms, chasing them and soaking them with projectiles of gasoline. Wheel of Fortune's user, ZZ ,[i] uses the sparks on his car to set Jotaro ablaze, seemingly killing him. However, Jotaro manages to avoid the flames by digging underneath the ground and uses Star Platinum to destroy Wheel of Fortune and send ZZ flying out into the open. Jotaro then unleashes a savage attack on Wheel of Fortune. After chaining ZZ to a rock, the group take his car, which had reverted to its original dilapidated form and continue their journey. Meanwhile, Enya, frustrated that all of her Stand wielders have been defeated, decides to confront the group personally with her own Stand, Justice.|
|14||40||"Justice, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Jasutisu Sono 1" (Japanese:
|Shinichi Inotsume||July 4, 2014||November 11, 2017|
|After Jotaro has a replacement coat made, Joseph manages to convince the runaway Anne to return to her home in Hong Kong. Heavy fog makes it dangerous to continue driving on cliff roads towards Karachi so the group stops in a nearby town. The town is enshrouded in fog and when the group comes across a body lying on the street riddled with bloodless holes they suspect a Stand user is involved. Feeling they should leave the town, Joseph jumps towards what he believes to be their car, only to narrowly avoid being impaled by a spiked gate. It is then that Enya appears before the group, claiming to be an innocent old woman and leads them to a nearby hotel. Hol Horse shows up at the hotel, having tracked the Joestar group. However Enya, takes revenge on him for abandoning J. Geil and attacks his wrist with scissors before using her Stand Justice, which takes the form of the fog itself, to make a hole from his wound. Justice then enters the wound to control Hol Horse's arm like a puppet and make him shoot himself with his own Emperor. Enya then set her sights on her next target, Polnareff who has become separated from the others.|
|15||41||"Justice, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Jasutisu Sono 2" (Japanese:
|Shinichi Inotsume||July 11, 2014||November 18, 2017|
|Enya tries to hide Hol Horse's body from Polnareff and struggles to suppress her rage when Polnareff shows his appreciation of her "hospitality". But Hol Horse, who is still alive, alerts Polnareff that Enya is about to attack him. Enya uses her fog to control the dead civilians of the village like zombies and chase Polnareff who retreats to a bathroom. Unfortunately, Polnareff is hit by a surprise attack through the bathroom door's keyhole, allowing Justice to take control of his tongue and force him to lick the toilet in humiliation. Enya is interrupted by Jotaro, who suspected something was amiss when she refers to him by his real name as they all used fake names when signing the hotel ledger. Enya inflicts a wound on Jotaro's leg, but Jotaro manages to overcome Justice's fog-like form by having Star Platinum inhale it, suffocating Enya until she passes out. Leaving the hotel, the village is revealed to be a cemetery and Jotaro suggests that they take Enya with them to learn more about DIO. Suddenly, Hol Horse makes off with their car, advising the group to kill Enya while they still can.|
|16||42||"The Lovers, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Rabāzu Sono 1" (Japanese:
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||July 18, 2014||December 2, 2017|
|Now travelling by horse and carriage, the Joestar group stops by a kebab shop in Karachi, the store owner turns out to be Steely Dan ,[j] wielder of the Lovers Stand. He gloats as Enya is killed by DIO's flesh buds that Steely Dan had implanted in her body to keep her from revealing the truth about DIO's Stand. She dies, still believing in DIO rather than telling Joseph anything. Jotaro has Star Platinum attack Steely Dan, only for Joseph to be simultaneously thrown back. Steely Dan reveals he has used his microscopic Stand The Lovers to enter Joseph's ear, where it causes any pain inflicted on himself to be amplified and sent to Joseph. He also reveals that The Lovers will begin implanting a flesh bud which will kill Joseph in 10 minutes. Jotaro, though angry, restrains himself as he caters to Steely Dan's whims to prevent him from hurting his grandfather. Meanwhile, Joseph, Kakyoin, and Polnareff seek out a television so Joseph can use Hermit Purple to make an image of the inside of his brain, allowing Kakyoin and Polnareff to shrink down their Stands to enter his body and locate The Lovers in order to save his life.|
|17||43||"The Lovers, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Rabāzu Sono 2" (Japanese:
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||July 25, 2014||December 9, 2017|
|Jotaro stays with Steely Dan and continues to suffer his taunts, while Kakyoin and Polnareff's miniaturized Stands enter Joseph's brain to remove The Lovers and the DIO flesh bud. Although Polnareff acts first, he is hurt when the Lovers uses Joseph's brain cells to disguise himself as Heirophant Green and then make several clones of itself, leaving them unable to determine which one is the real Stand. Meanwhile, Jotaro is humiliated, beaten and forced to steal from a jewelry store by Steely Dan, all while making notes so he can make Steely Dan pay later. In Joseph's brain, Kakyoin manages to use Heirophant Green to find and attack the real Stand and force it out of Joseph's body, giving Joseph the opportunity to destroy the flesh bud in his brain with Hamon. Realizing he has been defeated, Steely Dan tries to divert Jotaro's attention so The Lovers can enter him instead, but he is quickly spotted and caught by Star Platinum. In desperation, Steely Dan tries to have The Lovers enter a young girl's ear, but it is stopped by Heirophant Green's tentacle, which Kakyoin attached before it escaped. This stops Steely Dan's movements completely, allowing Jotaro to finally take revenge for everything Steely Dan put him through.|
Transcription: "San" (Japanese:
|Naokatsu Tsuda||August 1, 2014||December 16, 2017|
|The Joestar group are seen stranded in the desert under a blazing sun without shade or water. Earlier, they arrive in the United Arab Emirates where Joseph purchases an expensive car. He later trades it for camels to ride through the Arabian Desert. Despite having never ridden camels before, the group eventually manages to set off. A long while later, they realize that the sun is still in the sky, at 8 o'clock in the evening. With the temperature rapidly increasing, the group realizes what they thought was the sun is actually the Stand called The Sun. Kakyoin attempts to judge the distance of the Stand, but comes under attack from the Sun, which also ruins their water supply. All seems lost, particularly to Joseph when his younger companions all begin to laugh in an apparently heat induced delirium. However, Kakyoin has found a rock in the middle of the desert which is a mirror image of another. When Jotaro throws a rock in its direction, a crack seemingly appears in the sky, and the Sun is defeated, restoring the night sky. The group walk over to the crack to find the Sun's user, Arabia Fats, out cold in a mirrored blind where he had been hiding.|
|19||45||"Death 13, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Desu Sātīn Sono 1" (Japanese:
|Shōgo Yasukawa||August 8, 2014||January 6, 2018|
|Kakyoin dreams that he is in a deserted amusement park with a dog which is killed when the Stand Death 13 attacks, Kakyoin having no recollection over the cut on his hand after Polnareff wakes him up. But Kakyoin gets a sense of familiarity when he sees the dog he saw in his dreams killed in the same manner. Later, Joseph reluctantly agrees to fly a sick baby to hospital in the light plane he purchased. As the group takes off, the woman says the baby, Mannish Boy ,[k] is not her own, and she was scared of his fangs. While in flight, both Kakyoin and Polnareff fall asleep and find themselves at the same amusement park dream. They are both attacked by Death 13, but find that they cannot summon their Stands to fight back. Before Death 13 lands a mortal blow on Polnareff, Joseph wakes him, leaving Kakyoin still in the dream. Meanwhile Kakyoin thrashes about in his sleep and causes Joseph to crash the plane. As the team sets up camp, Kakyoin sees that he has cut the words "Baby Stand" into his arm during the dream, realizing that the baby is the Stand user, but is unsuccessful in convincing the others.|
|20||46||"Death 13, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Desu Sātīn Sono 2" (Japanese:
|Shōgo Yasukawa||August 15, 2014||January 13, 2018|
|Kakyoin's suspicions are confirmed that the apparent baby is a Stand user after he witnesses Mannish Boy skillfully killing a scorpion, although he hides the evidence. After failing to convince everyone, Kakyoin attempts to attack Mannish Boy with Hierophant Green, but he is knocked out by Polnareff. When they fall asleep, Jotaro, Joseph, and Polnareff appear in the dream amusement park where they are all subjected to the whims of Death 13. Fortunately, Kakyoin summoned his Stand before he was knocked out and he is able to bring Heirophant Green into the dream world to fight Death 13. Mannish Boy attempts to use the dream world to his advantage and slice Heirophant Green in half, but Kakyoin instead sends his Stand into Death 13's ears, forcing Mannish Boy to heal Kakyoin's wounds and accept defeat. The next morning, no-one recalls what happened in the dream except Kakyoin who retained his memories as a result of his Stand being inside the dream and he decides to leave Mannish Boy at the nearest town. Kakyoin makes it clear to the baby to never cross the group's path again by mixing Mannish Boy's feces into the food that Joseph later feeds him. As the group crosses the Red Sea, Joseph makes a detour towards an island to meet someone important.|
|21||47||"Judgement, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Jajjimento Sono 1" (Japanese:
|Yasuko Kobayashi||August 22, 2014||January 20, 2018|
|Four weeks after leaving Japan, the Joestar group arrive on an island by the Red Sea where Joseph plans to meet Avdol's father who lives there as a hermit. Alone on the island shore, Polnareff discovers an aged lamp. After he rubs it, a genie named Cameo appears and grants Polnareff three wishes. Polnareff is skeptical until his wish for money causes a treasure chest full of gold coins to appear nearby. Wondering if his wishes can bring people back from the dead, Polnareff wishes that his sister Cherie [l] and Avdol can be brought back to life. Cherie seems to be resurrected, but is revived as a ravenous predator who viciously attacks Polnareff to consume his flesh. Cameo explains that he is actually the Stand Judgement, who can create zombie-like creatures from the earth based on the wisher's desires. The terrified Polnareff tries to use his final wish to wish Cherie away however, Cameo gloatingly tells Polnareff that he has already used his third wish to revive Avdol.|
|22||48||"Judgement, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Jajjimento Sono 2" (Japanese:
|Yasuko Kobayashi||August 29, 2014||January 27, 2018|
|In accordance with Polnareff's third wish, Cameo makes a figure of Avdol that joins Cherie in attacking Polnareff, biting off pieces of his flesh as he is unable to use Silver Chariot due to Cameo's interference. Before the resurrected figures can kill Polnareff, he is suddenly saved by the real Avdol who had survived his encounter with Hol Horse because the seemingly fatal bullet had only grazed his skull. Cameo is initially too strong for Polnareff and Avdol's Stands, but Avdol then brings out the full strength of Magician's Red against Cameo's Stand Judgement, effectively dissipating it. After the fight, Polnareff and Avdol, surmise that the real Cameo is nearby. They find a piece of bamboo sticking out of the ground, the breathing tube of the Cameo user. Polnareff drops mud, spiders, ants and a flame down the tube to block his breathing, and they finishing by urinating into the bamboo, forcing the user to the surface, where Avdol properly deals with him. After reuniting with the group, Polnareff is shocked to find that the others knew Avdol was alive, keeping it a secret from him to prevent DIO from finding out. Avdol further reveals he had disguised himself as his father in order to purchase a submarine for the group.|
|23||49||"High Priestess, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Hai Puriesutesu Sono 1" (Japanese:
|Shinichi Inotsume||September 5, 2014||February 3, 2018|
|The Joestar group begins their journey beneath the Red Sea via submarine. Along the way, Joseph makes a call to his wife Suzi Q, who is unaware of his circumstances, making sure she does not travel to Japan to check on Holly, whose condition continues to worsen. Just as they approache the Egyptian shore, Joseph is suddenly attacked by a Stand, which had disguised itself as a mug which then transforms itself to hide in the submarine. Avdol recognises the Stand as that of the High Priestess, wielded from far away by a woman named Midler ,[m] which has the ability to transform into any mineral substance. As the submarine descends into chaos from the Stand's attacks, it begins to leak and sink. Jotaro answers another call from Suzi Q, who becomes concerned about what she hears. With the submarine at the bottom of the ocean and running low on oxygen, Jotaro attempts to crush High Priestess with Star Platinum, but it escapes by transforming into a razor. Unable to directly attack High Priestess, the group attempts to escape to the surface while Suzi Q and her butler Roses prepare to fly to Japan.|
|24||50||"High Priestess, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Hai Puriesutesu Sono 2" (Japanese:
|Shinichi Inotsume||September 12, 2014||February 10, 2018|
|After finding some scuba equipment, Joseph gives everyone a quick lesson before the group prepares to flee the submarine. As they exit the submarine, they discover High Priestess has disguised itself as Polnareff's regulator and attacks him. However, Joseph and Kakyoin managing to save Polnareff from certain death using their Stands. They all leave safely and while swimming across some rocks, find the High Priestess has disguised itself as the sea bed, sucking them inside its mouth. As the Stand's user, Midler, gloats from the surface, the group flatters her, trying to appeal to her vanity, but this only serves to anger her further. She tries to crush Jotaro between High Priestess' teeth however, Jotaro manages to break the teeth with Star Platinum. They all escape from High Priestess' mouth, reaching the surface, where they find Midler incapacitated (and disfigured) as a result of Jotaro's attack. Thirty days after leaving Japan and defeating many of DIO’s assassins, they finally arrive Egypt. Jotaro and Joseph assure Suzi Q of their safety before continuing their pursuit of DIO. Meanwhile, DIO makes his own move, killing several members of the Speedwagon Foundation. Epilogue: a Speedwagon Foundation helicopter is seen carrying an unusual passenger.|
Stardust Crusaders: Battle in Egypt (2015)
|No. in Season [b]||No. in Series [c]||Title [d]||Writer||Original airdate||English airdate|
|25||51||"Iggy the Fool and Geb's N'Doul, Part 1"|
Transcription: "'Za Fūru' no Igī to 'Gebu-shin' no Ndūru Sono 1" (Japanese: 「
|Yasuko Kobayashi||January 9, 2015||February 17, 2018|
|Jotaro's group meet up with a pair of representatives from the Speedwagon Foundation, who have brought supplies and a new member for the group, a Boston terrier named Iggy. Despite his small stature and rude behavior, it is shown that Iggy possesses the Stand "The Fool", which enables him to control sand. Joseph is also informed of Holly's situation, learning that she only has a couple of weeks left. Shortly after resuming their journey, Jotaro's group discover the Speedwagon Foundation's helicopter has crashed. Upon examining one of the representatives, they discover he has somehow drowned while the other has been completely dehydrated. The group attempts to give the man some water from a canister, only for a water-based Stand to emerge from it and kill him. The group attempts to hide from the Stand, only for it to travel through the sand and surprise them, injuring Kakyoin's eyes. The Stand, which is being controlled from afar by a blind man named N'Doul, becomes briefly curious about Iggy when he suspects the dog can sense his attacks, but returns his focus on the rest of the group by dragging the car they are sitting on down into the sand to kill them.|
|26||52||"Iggy the Fool and Geb's N'Doul, Part 2"|
Transcription: "'Za Fūru' no Igī to 'Gebu-shin' no Ndūru Sono 2" (Japanese: 「
|Yasuko Kobayashi||January 16, 2015||February 24, 2018|
|Upon realizing that N'Doul is using his sense of hearing to track the group with his Stand, named after the Egyptian god Geb, Avdol attempts to set up a trap, but N'Doul figures it out at the last second, avoiding an attack from Magician's Red and injuring Avdol. Realizing Iggy can detect N'Doul's attack, Jotaro coerces him into summoning The Fool, which he discovers can glide. Jotaro hitches a ride against Iggy's wishes so they can head towards N'Doul to stop him from attacking. As they get closer, both Iggy's stubbornness and N'Doul's cunning puts Jotaro at risk, but Jotaro manages to overcome this by using Star Platinum to grab Iggy and throw him in N'Doul's direction. This forces Iggy to protect himself with his Stand while it also manages to distract N'Doul long enough for Jotaro to get behind him and knock him out. Although Jotaro's attack is not fatal, N'Doul commits suicide through the use of Geb so he cannot be interrogated over DIO's plans. Before his death, N'Doul reveals that his Stand is Geb, after the Egyptian god, and he is only one of nine such Stand users, a fact that shocks Jotaro. After burying N'Doul, Jotaro confronts Iggy, who shows his true colors to Jotaro. Elsewhere, a travelling manga artist asks to see a local boy's comic book titled Oingo Boingo Brothers Adventure and discovers its odd contents, but is scared off by the boy's older brother. The brothers prepare to head off to Aswan to confront Jotaro and the others, but the younger brother reveals what the man had read and they decide to wait for the next bus, as it is soon revealed that the boy's comic book had predicted the artist's death.|
|27||53||"Khnum's Oingo and Thoth's Boingo / Khnum's Zenyatta and Thoth's Mondatta"|
Transcription: "'Kunumu-shin' no Oingo to 'Toto-shin' no Boingo" (Japanese: 「クヌム神」のオインゴと「トト神」のボインゴ)
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||January 23, 2015||March 3, 2018|
|As the Joestar group arrives in Aswan to get Kakyoin and Avdol into the hospital, they are targeted by DIO's brother assassins Oingo,[n] whose Stand Khnum allows him to change his face to appear like anyone else, and his younger brother Boingo,[o] whose Stand Thoth is a comic book that predicts the near future. When Boingo reveals that Thoth predicted that Jotaro, Joseph, and Polnareff will drink poisoned tea, Oingo poses as the café's waiter to poison the group's tea. While Joseph suggested drinking bottled cola, the group drink the poisoned tea but they spit it out when Iggy causes a commotion. Surprised by the turn of events, the brothers consult Thoth and act on its foretelling to assault a guy and take his money before learning that Jotaro will die from a bomb hidden in an orange when the Joestar group head to the hospital. Oingo plants the prophesied bomb in the group's car, but is forced to disguise himself as Jotaro when caught offguard by the return of Joseph and Polnareff. The real Jotaro already heading to the hospital, Oingo joins the two in the car before both he and Boingo soon realize that he may be the intended victim while disguised as Jotaro. Oingo eventually escapes the car, only for the bomb to find its way back to him as he accidentally detonated. Boingo vows to avenge his wounded brother before they are assaulted by some thugs hired by the man they had robbed earlier, taking them out of the running to stop the Joestar group as Joseph and Polnareff meet with Jotaro.|
|28||54||"Anubis, Part 1"|
Transcription: "'Anubisu-shin' Sono 1" (Japanese: 「アヌビス神」 その１)
|Shinichi Inotsume||January 30, 2015||March 10, 2018|
|With Kakyoin needing to spend a few more days in hospital to heal his eyes, the others continue across the Nile river on boat to Kom Ombo. Meanwhile, a young man named Chaka discovers a mysterious sword that only he appears to be able to draw out of its sheath. The sword then suddenly moves on its own, killing Chaka's family members before revealing its identity to be that of the Anubis Stand, who declares Chaka as its master and sends him to pursue Jotaro's group. Chaka soon comes across Polnareff, who had gotten separated from the others while chasing after Iggy, and the two face off against each other, with Polnareff struggling against the sword's ability to pass through anything to reach its target. When Chaka attempts a surprise attack, Polnareff uses a secret technique to deflect a piece of Silver Chariot's sword into Chaka's neck, knocking him unconscious. When Polnareff insprects the sword for himself, he comes close to being swayed by its influence before Jotaro and the others arrive. As Jotaro and Polnareff stop by a barber shop on their way to take the sword to a police station, Anubis possesses the barber, Khan, who prepares to kill Polnareff.|
|29||55||"Anubis, Part 2"|
Transcription: "'Anubisu-shin' Sono 2" (Japanese: 「アヌビス神」 その２)
|Shinichi Inotsume||February 6, 2015||March 17, 2018|
|Realizing the sword is the Stand Anubis itself, Polnareff tries to defend himself against from Khan, which proves difficult as Anubis has memorized all of Silver Chariot's moves from before. After Polnareff's last-ditch defense fails, Jotaro manages to snap the blade in half using Star Platinum, seemingly stopping Anubis and ending his control of Khan. But as Jotaro and Polnareff plan to throw the sword into the Nile, a police officer interferes, causing Polnareff to inadvertedly draw the sword and become possessed by Anubis himself. Jotaro struggles to fight against Anubis, who possesses not only Polnareff's speed and Stand abilities, but also knowledge of every move Star Platinum uses against him. Anubis manages to stab Jotaro's stomach with the sword and proceeds to push it in further, but Jotaro uses this opportunity to pin the sword in place while Star Platinum smashes it to pieces. Anubis manages to possess a young boy with the remaining half of the blade and attempts to throw himself at Polnareff, only for Iggy to trip the boy up, resulting in Anubis ending up at the bottom of the Nile with his vessel doomed to rust. Elsewhere, a woman in a red hood makes her move.|
|30||56||"Bastet's Mariah, Part 1"|
Transcription: "'Basuteto-joshin' no Maraia Sono 1" (Japanese: 「バステト女神」のマライア その１)
|Shōgo Yasukawa||February 13, 2015||March 24, 2018|
|Kakyoin is informed that the Speedwagon Foundation is taking over his medical treatment, allowing his eyes to heal faster. Meanwhile, as Jotaro's group arrive in Luxor, Joseph gets shocked by a strange rock with an electrical socket while visiting the bathroom. Joseph decides to have the group stay in Luxor for the night, unaware that he appears to be emitting a magnetic force, causing metallic objects to be drawn towards him. The next morning, Joseph quickly realizes he has become a human magnet as a result of yesterday's shock, causing anything metallic to become a potentially lethal weapon for him. This is revealed to be the work of Mariah, wielder of the magnetic Stand Bastet, who traps Joseph on an escalator, resulting in him almost becoming strangled to death before Avdol rescues him. Joseph and Avdol pursue Mariah into the ladies' restroom, only for Joseph's magnetism to get them into more trouble. As they continue their pursuit, Avdol realises that he has also come under Bastet's influence while stopping the escalator, with both he and Joseph becoming stuck together due to their magnetism.|
|31||57||"Bastet's Mariah, Part 2"|
Transcription: "'Basuteto-joshin' no Maraia Sono 2" (Japanese: 「バステト女神」のマライア その２)
|Shōgo Yasukawa||February 20, 2015||April 7, 2018[p]|
|Joseph and Avdol try to get themselves detached from each other, facing all kinds of embarrassment in the process, only to wind up stuck on a railroad track as a train approaches. Thanks to Magician's Red managing to burn a hole underneath the tracks before they are run over, Avdol and Joseph escape their predicament and continue pursuing Mariah, who they believe has to keep a certain distance from them in order to maintain her Stand ability. Despite being weighed down by an increasing array of metallic objects, Joseph and Avdol confront Mariah in a pincer attack, but are caught in a trap as she sets off several loose power cables that are drawn to their magnetism. However, the duo manage to utilise their magnetism to their own advantage, crushing all of Mariah's bones with their combined weight until she passes out and relinquishes her power. Meanwhile, another Stand user, Alessi, sets his sights on Jotaro, Polnareff, and Iggy.|
|32||58||"Set's Alessi, Part 1"|
Transcription: "'Seto-shin' no Aresshī Sono 1" (Japanese: 「セト神」のアレッシー その１)
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||February 27, 2015||April 14, 2018|
|While Jotaro, Polnareff, and Iggy go off in search for Joseph and Avdol, who are busy with their battle with Mariah, they are followed by Alessi, who uses the power of the Stand Set which resides in his shadow to turn Polnareff into a child. Along with his smaller stature, Polnareff's mind also starts reverting as he gradually loses his adult memories. Unable to ask Jotaro for help, Polnareff is only able to defend himself from Alessi using Silver Chariot, who is also affected by Set's power. Barely managing to escape Alessi after Silver Chariot's blade hits his neck by chance, Polnareff is picked up by a young woman who takes him to her home to treat his injuries. But Alessi manages to sneak into her house and attacks Polnareff when he was about to take a bath.|
|33||59||"Set's Alessi, Part 2"|
Transcription: "'Seto-shin' no Aresshī Sono 2" (Japanese: 「セト神」のアレッシー その２)
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||March 6, 2015||April 21, 2018|
|Alessi attempts to drown Polnareff in the bath, only for his bodily instincts to save him at the last second. Discovering that Alessi had used his power to turn the woman into a fetus that will die in a short amount of time, Polnareff attempts to escape with her, turning even younger every time he touches Set's shadow. Driven into a bedroom, Polnareff uses a fish tank, a ball, and a mirror to hide himself and get the drop on Alessi, who soon winds up in front of Jotaro. Alessi manages to hit Jotaro with Set's shadow, only to find that Jotaro was still powerful and ruthless as a kid, knocking Alessi out to cancel the age curse before he and Polnareff exact brutal revenge. Relieved to find the woman restored with her memories of the event a haze, Polnareff decides to keep his identity a secret from her before he and Jotaro reunite with the rest of the group. Creating another spirit photo, Joseph determines the location of DIO's hideout: Cairo.|
|34||60||"D'Arby the Gambler, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Dābī Za Gyanburā Sono 1" (Japanese: ダービー・ザ・ギャンブラー その１)
|Shōgo Yasukawa||March 13, 2015||April 28, 2018|
|Upon arriving in Cairo, the Joestar Group heads to a café where they come across a gambling man named D'Arby who claims to know where DIO's mansion is and suggests a friendly wager for his intel with their souls on the line. Polnareff goes first and the two bet on which of two pieces of fish a cat would go for first. Polnareff loses, and D'Arby makes good on the bet by using his Stand Osiris to steal Polnareff's soul and implant it in a poker chip, with the cat soon revealed to be his pet. The group realizes they have come across one of DIO's assassins, so Joseph puts up his own soul in a wager against D'Arby next. They bet to see who will cause a glass full to the brim to overflow by dropping coins into it. On his turn, Joseph tries to outcheat D'Arby by dropping more liquid into the glass, knowing that on D'Arby's turn it will overflow, but D'Arby easily puts his coin in. Joseph cannot figure out how his cheat did not work and subconsciously admits defeat, leaving D'Arby to steal his soul as well. Jotaro discovers D'Arby had used a small piece of chocolate to change the way the glass appeared to be full and let it melt, deciding to face D'Arby next and beat the man at his own game: poker.|
|35||61||"D'Arby the Gambler, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Dābī Za Gyanburā Sono 2" (Japanese: ダービー・ザ・ギャンブラー その２)
|Shōgo Yasukawa||March 20, 2015||May 5, 2018|
|D'Arby prepares his and Jotaro's game of poker by splitting up Polnareff and Joseph's souls into six poker chips each he will use to bet with, giving Jotaro a set of six to represent his own soul. Jotaro shows off how precise Star Platinum's eyesight is by predicting the deal of the cards, and catches D'Arby as his about to cheat by second dealing, leading Jotaro to pick a boy near the café to deal for them. Jotaro loses three chips in his first hand against D'Arby, and in the second hand D'Arby is dealt four kings, but Jotaro appears to have not once looked at his cards. D'Arby begins to worry, as he knows the boy and everyone else in the café are in his employ, and the boy is sure he has dealt Jotaro a bum hand. But Jotaro raises all of his soul and Avdol's soul on his bet, while using Star Platinum to get himself a cigarette and a drink. D'Arby believes he is bluffing, seeing his bet and raising it, betting the rest of Jotaro's soul and all of Joseph and Polnareff's souls. Jotaro sees his bet with Kakyoin's soul and then raises with the soul of his mother Holly. D'Arby, unsure if Jotaro has managed to use Star Platinum to change out all of his cards to a better hand, mentally folds as he goes catatonic. All of the souls he won in bets are released, allowing Joseph and Polnareff to recover as Avdol looks at Jotaro's cards, realizing that he had been dealt a bad hand. Jotaro admits he never once looked at his cards to keep his cool, but laments that they will not be able to interrogate D'Arby for information on DIO.|
|36||62||"Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 1 / Hol Horse and Mondatta, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Horu Hōsu to Boingo Sono 1" (Japanese: ホル・ホースとボインゴ その１)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||March 27, 2015||May 12, 2018|
|Days before the Joestar Group reach Cairo, Hol Horse witnesses DIO's power first hand while given a final chance to redeem himself. Hol Horse makes a round trip to Aswan and brings a kidnapped Boingo to Cairo, convincing the boy into a partnership to take out the Joestar Group while seeing the power of Thoth's prediction as he is forced to attack a woman and is awarded for saving her from a scorpion. Meanwhile, as Jotaro's group try to find information about DIO's hideout, Joseph learns that Holly's condition has worsened and has only a few more days to live. Thoth gives Hol Horse an absurd prediction that he will have a chance to kill the group by sticking his fingers up Polnareff's nose, which he is obviously sceptical about yet forced to execute when Polnareff gets the jump on him and almost discovers Boingo hiding. But as the others approach, Hol Horse is left uncertain how the rest of the prophecy is supposed to be fulfilled.|
|37||63||"Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 2 / Hol Horse and Mondatta, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Horu Hōsu to Boingo Sono 2" (Japanese: ホル・ホースとボインゴ その２)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||April 3, 2015||May 19, 2018|
|Hol Horse holds Polnareff at gunpoint in order to hide from Jotaro and the others, but Polnareff manages to get out of the situation thanks to a lucky sneeze. But upon being exposed, Hol Horse spills some olive oil which causes a truck driven by a guy he shot earlier to skid out of control and almost hit Jotaro and the others, bringing Thoth's prediction to fruition. Hiding from Jotaro, the only one not left unconscious by the crash, Hol Horse and Boingo follow Thoth's next prediction, which states they can kill Jotaro by shooting Hol Horse's bullets through the pipe system at noon sharp. Though Hol Horse gets the workers to open the piper so he can shot, Polnareff's sneeze causes Jotaro to move out of the bullets' path while Hol Horse realizes he shot prematurely as his watch was a minute fast and reads Thoth to make sure he didn't make any mistakes. But Hol Horse ends up hospitalized by his own bullets redirecting themselves through the page of Thoth depicting Jotaro's face shot, Boingo deciding to leave the Joestar Group alone after a change of heart before he also gets hospitalized when he inadvertently ends up angering Iggy.|
|38||64||"The Guardian of Hell, Pet Shop, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Jigoku no Monban Petto Shoppu Sono 1" (Japanese: 地獄の門番ペット·ショップ その１)
|Kenichi Suzuki||April 10, 2015||June 2, 2018|
|As the Joestar Group arrives at a beggar's association where Avdol recruits an informant to search for DIO's hideout, Iggy comes across it and finds it guarded by a sadistic falcon named Pet Shop who killed two large dogs and then the informant himself with his ice-based Stand Horus. While Iggy feigned being a dumb dog to not get involved, he reluctantly ends up saving the young owner of the dogs from Pet Shop with the boy running off. Forced to go on the run from Pet Shop and his ice attacks, Iggy escapes into the sewers, using The Fool to counterattack Pet Shop's Horus. But undeterred Pet Shop fully manifests Horus and freezes his wounds while preventing Iggy from escaping.|
|39||65||"The Guardian of Hell, Pet Shop, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Jigoku no Monban Petto Shoppu Sono 2" (Japanese: 地獄の門番ペット·ショップ その２)
|Kenichi Suzuki||April 17, 2015||June 9, 2018|
|Having been caught by Pet Shop's ice attacks, Iggy is forced to gnaw off his front left paw and escape the sewers via its water supply, using The Fool to hide at the bottom of the river. But Pet Shop dives into the river after him and uses his ice in an attempt to crush Iggy's dome. Digging downwards only to find Pet Shop waiting for him, Iggy uses the pressure from the collapsing dome behind him to rush forward and clamp Pet Shop's beak shut just as he prepares an ice missile, causing the falcon to destroy himself. Exhausted from blood loss and nearly drowning, Iggy is rescued by the boy he protected earlier. He is subsequently found by a fully recovered Kakyoin, who reunites with the group after having a Speedwagon Foundation doctor treat Iggy's injuries. Iggy then leads the group to DIO's hideout, where they are confronted by another of DIO's servants.|
|40||66||"D'Arby the Player, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Dābī za Pureiyā Sono 1" (Japanese: ダービー・ザ・プレイヤー その１)
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||April 24, 2015||June 16, 2018|
|The servant, who reveals himself to be D'Arby's younger brother Terence T. D'Arby, brings out his Stand Atum to drag Jotaro, Kakyoin, and Joseph into an illusory world. There, D'Arby reveals himself to collect of the souls of his defeated opponent like his brother, placing them in his doll collection. With a piece of his Stand managing to grab onto Jotaro's arm when he attempts to attack with it Star Platinum earlier, D'Arby challenges the trio to a series of video games with their souls on the line in order to have him relinquish Jotaro. D'Arby first challenges Kakyoin in a racing video game, with both players using their Stands to perform advanced techniques. With the race neck-and-neck throughout most of the course, the pair soon enter a dark tunnel, with D'Arby gaining a slight lead.|
|41||67||"D'Arby the Player, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Dābī za Pureiyā Sono 2" (Japanese: ダービー・ザ・プレイヤー その２)
|Kazuyuki Fudeyasu||May 1, 2015||June 23, 2018|
|Kakyoin uses his higher power level to knock the younger D'Arby off the course, only to realize he unknowingly helped him win with his soul transferred into one of D'Arby's dolls. Jotaro steps up to face against D'Arby in a baseball video game and wagers his soul against Kakyoin's, though revealed to have never played a video game in his life. Although Jotaro gets two of his batters knocked out at the start, he soon figures out the controls by his third batter and scores four home runs, though D'Arby uses a change of pitcher to catch Jotaro's third batter out. As D'Arby goes on the offensive, managing to predict Jotaro's moves after declaring his bats and scoring three home runs, Joseph assumes that D'Arby has the power to read people's minds, though Jotaro decides to face D'Arby at his own game by declaring his next pitch.|
|42||68||"The Miasma of the Void, Vanilla Ice, Part 1 / The Miasma of the Void, Cool Ice, Part 1"|
Transcription: "Akū no Shōki Vanira Aisu Sono 1" (Japanese: 亜空の瘴気 ヴァニラ・アイス その１)
|Shinichi Inotsume||May 8, 2015||June 30, 2018|
|D'Arby uses Atum to peer into Jotaro's soul, revealed to be able to read a person's soul for the absolute truth in the form of yes/no questions. Despite Jotaro's soul not lying about his pitch, his pitches turn out to be different from expected. This leads D'Arby to suspect that Jotaro is somehow cheating in a way his Stand cannot decipher and desperately tries to figure it out as Jotaro wins more homeruns, resulting in D'Arby subconsciously admitting defeat and releasing Kakyoin's soul. It was then that D'Arby learns Joseph was using Hermit Purple on the game controller and cheated on Jotaro's behalf the entire time. Then Jotaro dishes swift punishment on D'Arby after having him use Atum to read how he intends to pulverize him, opening up a way out of the game room. Meanwhile, DIO's right-hand man Vanilla Ice [q] reports the Younger D'Arby's defeat while proving his loyalty by cutting off his own head so DIO can use his blood to complete his assimilation of Jonathan's body. But DIO uses his own blood to brings Vanilla Ice back to life, stating he will get blood from someone else and sends him to attack the intruders. Meanwhile, Polnareff, Avdol, and Iggy venture inside the mansion, where Iggy manages to immediately take down a Stand user named Kenny G[r] to stop the illusions he was creating. Despite him telling his companions not to get themselves killed, Avdol ends up being killed when he pushes Polnareff and Iggy away from Vanilla Ice's Stand Cream, a Stand that can turn invisible and disintegrate anything that enters the void within its mouth save its user.|
|43||69||"The Miasma of the Void, Vanilla Ice, Part 2 / The Miasma of the Void, Cool Ice, Part 2"|
Transcription: "Akū no Shōki Vanira Aisu Sono 2" (Japanese: 亜空の瘴気 ヴァニラ・アイス その２)
|Shinichi Inotsume||May 15, 2015||July 7, 2018|
|Believing that Avdol's will is urging them to keep on living, Polnareff and Iggy flee from Vanilla Ice who uses Cream to prevent them from reaching DIO while blindly destroying most of mansion before he limits Polnareff's movement by having his Stand erase part of the man's foot. Hiding in the confusion, Iggy uses a sand replica of DIO to lure Ice into a false sense of security to attack, but he sees through the deception and proceeds to personally beats Iggy to an inch of the dog's life in a fit of rage over it. Polnareff manages to make use of Iggy's leftover sand to determine Vanilla Ice's location and stab him in his mouth, only for his opponent to retaliate by erasing part of Polnareff's left hand, leg, and cheek while breaking his right arm. Ice then decides to finish off Polnareff, who is left with no choice but to accept his impending death.|
|44||70||"The Miasma of the Void, Vanilla Ice, Part 3 / The Miasma of the Void, Cool Ice, Part 3"|
Transcription: "Akū no Shōki Vanira Aisu Sono 3" (Japanese: 亜空の瘴気 ヴァニラ・アイス その３)
|Shinichi Inotsume||May 22, 2015||July 14, 2018|
|Despite having accepted his fate, Polnareff finds himself saved by Iggy, who used his Stand The Fool to pull him out of Cream's reach before the dog succumbed to his own injuries and died. Angered at having lost another comrade, Polnareff skewers Vanilla Ice through the head and snaps his neck. While Ice is revealed to have unknowing became a vampire when DIO revived him, Polnareff exploits Ice's inexperience by destroying him with sunlight with the souls of Avdol and Iggy parting soon after. Meanwhile, Suzi pays a visit to Japan to visit Holly, fully understanding that her daughter's life is in danger while deeming that keeping Jotaro and Joseph is the best way she can help. Back at DIO's mansion, Jotaro, Joseph, and Kakyoin come across the last of DIO's servants whom the others called "Loser", a vampire who ends up forced to lead them to DIO after his attempt to disguise himself as an innocent woman failed. Meanwhile, Polnareff, having patched up his injuries, comes face to face with DIO himself.|
|45||71||"DIO's World, Part 1"|
Transcription: "DIO no Sekai Sono 1" (Japanese: DIOの世界 その１)
|Shōgo Yasukawa||May 29, 2015||July 21, 2018|
|Polnareff, vowing to kill DIO, makes repeated attempts to climb up the stairs and finds himself back where he started, realizing it is the power of DIO's Stand, The World. DIO is forced back upstairs when Jotaro and the others arrive, informed of their enemy's Stand along with Avdol and Iggy. The group reach DIO's coffin and force Loser to open it up, only for the vampire to suddenly find himself inside it while the Joestar Group escape out the window when they sense murderous intent from behind them. After sunset, with Jotaro sticking with Polnareff, DIO hijacks a limousine of a visiting senator whom he forces in helping him pursue Joseph and Kakyoin, having The World block Hierophant Green's attacks. Determining that The World is a close-range Stand like Star Platinum, Kakyoin comes up with a plan to expose its secrets.|
|46||72||"DIO's World, Part 2"|
Transcription: "DIO no Sekai Sono 2" (Japanese: DIOの世界 その２)
|Shōgo Yasukawa||June 5, 2015||July 28, 2018|
|While initiating his plan, Kakyoin recalls his lonely childhood while thankful for all the experiences he shared with Jotaro and the others. Kakyoin reduces Heirophant Green's presence to trap DIO in his Stand's barrier, surrounding him with wires that automatically attack once touched. But a second later, Kakyoin finds his Stand's barrier suddenly torn down while he is fatally wounded. Kakyoin deduces the nature of The World's ability in his final moments, using the last of his strength to use an Emerald Splash to smash a clockface as a clue for Joseph. Using this clue, Joseph figures out that DIO has the power to stop time, during which he alone can move around freely. Realizing there are some limits to DIO's power, conducting his Hamon through Hermit Purple to keep the vampire at a distance, Joseph rushes to warn Jotaro about The World's power before DIO catches up to him and freezes time long enough to stab Joseph in the neck with a throwing knife. Furious, Jotaro ignores Joseph's warning to keep his distance and instead confronts DIO in a close range Stand battle.|
|47||73||"DIO's World, Part 3"|
Transcription: "DIO no Sekai Sono 3" (Japanese: DIOの世界 その３)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||June 12, 2015||August 4, 2018|
|Confident in The World's superiority over Star Platinum, DIO stops time to try and finish Jotaro. But he discovers that, due to Star Platinum being the same type of Stand as The World, Jotaro appears to be able to both perceive him and move himself, albeit only slightly, while time is stopped. DIO initially assumes this to be trick Jotaro pulled by planting a magnet on him to move his fingers, but this turns out to be a bluff by Jotaro, who uses Star Platinum to counterattack during stopped time. Realising that Jotaro can only move for a brief moment while time is stopped, DIO stays out of his attack range and attacks using time-stopped knives, managing to land some hits on Jotaro. While Jotaro, managing to survive thanks to some magazines he hid under his clothes, is forced to play dead until he recovers, Polnareff attempts to stop DIO from finishing Jotaro off but is knocked out by him. Drawing DIO's attention away from Polnareff, Jotaro continues to play dead, going as far as to use Star Platinum to stop his own heart, until DIO gets close enough, allowing him to bash DIO's skull and paralyse him. DIO attempts to escape, but Jotaro catches up to him and delivers a severe beatdown. But DIO tricked Jotaro into knocking him near where Joseph is, allowing him to drain his blood and completely assimilate Jonathan's body.|
|48||74||"Long Journey Farewell, My Friends"|
Transcription: "Harukanaru Tabiji Saraba Tomo yo" (Japanese: 遥かなる旅路 さらば友よ)
|Yasuko Kobayashi||June 19, 2015||August 11, 2018|
|DIO gets a high from taking in Joseph's blood, the duration of The World's ability having increased. While Jotaro sees a vision of Joseph's soul encouraging him not to lose his cool, he ends up further risking himself as DIO stops time and brings down a road roller on top of him. But DIO is shocked to learn that Jotaro managed to stop time himself and used it at the last second, giving DIO a taste of his own medicine and breaking his legs. With one final blow, Star Platinum manages to smash The World in precisely the same spot as DIO's broken leg, destroying it and DIO in the process. Following the battle, Jotaro works with the Speedwagon Foundation to revive Joseph by transfusing the blood that remained in Jonathan's body, which they later expose to sunlight to ensure DIO is completely destroyed. With their journey finally over, Polnareff returns to France while Jotaro and Joseph return home to Holly, who is making the complete recovery.|
- JoJo's Bizarre Adventure – an original video animation adaptation of Part 3: Stardust Crusaders by Studio APPP
- At the time of the first episode's broadcast, the opening sequence had not been completed, and was omitted. Similarly, the ending sequence was omitted for the first two episodes, with the credits rolling over an instrumental from the soundtrack until the introduction of the ending sequence and theme song in the third broadcast.
- Order of episodes within the season
- Order of episodes in the series continuing from the previous season
- English episode titles are taken from Crunchyroll. In instances where names are altered from the Japanese version, the original Japanese translation is used on the left while the edited Crunchyroll title is used on the right.
- "Captain Dragon" in official English releases.
- "Enyaba" in official English releases.
- "Soul Sacrifice" in official English releases.
- "Centerfold" in official English releases.
- "Zii Zii" in official English releases.
- "Dan of Steel" in official English releases.
- "Manishu Booi" in official English releases.
- "Sherry" in official English releases.
- "Rose" in official English releases.
- "Zenyatta" in official English releases.
- "Mondatta" in official English releases.
- Also aired in Japanese on March 31, 2018 as part of Adult Swim's April Fools prank
- "Cool Ice" in official English releases.
- "Billie Jean" in official English releases.
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