Hirohiko Araki threw Jojo's bizarre adventure in the 80's. It has long been a great rival to Dragon Ball and many other series that passed Weekly Shonen Jump during that time. Because the story consisted of different phases, it wasn't until the '90s that we saw the characters of Diamond is Unbreakable in action.

Unfortunately for Jojo fans, however, it was several years before they were able to see an animated adaptation. It first took 1993 to see Jotaro and the others traveling like Season 3, then came a 2007 film that told the stories of Phantom Blood. The intervention of David Productions was required, which ten years ago brought to the public the definitive Jojo anime, which at the moment has arrived in the Stone Ocean saga. Because of this Jojo: Diamond is Unbreakable we couldn't fully enjoy the 90swith all its city pop style music and vintage graphics.

Fan JuanSnowPro came up with one using a video by XauyChu 90's theme for Jojo: Diamond is Unbreakable. Between graphic resolution, artistic solutions, a song that seems to be taken from an album from 30 years ago and old-fashioned atmospheres, did this realization convince you? In the meantime, don't miss the opening of Stone Ocean.

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