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Jojo's Bizarre Adventure confirmed for a new season

6:01 AM on 10.15.2013

Elliot Gay

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[Update: Added a photo of the Jump scan and staff details.]

In a leak from this week's Jump, we now have confirmation that Part 3 of Jojo's Bizarre Adventure is in fact getting another anime adaptation.

David Production did a fantastic job on Part 1 & 2 despite their low budget, so I'm pretty excited to see what they can do with the extra time.

This news isn't particularly surprising, but I wasn't expecting to see it confirmed so quickly. In any case, the more Jojo, the better.

Naokatsu Tsuda (director) and Kenichi Suzuki (series director) return in their respective roles, with Yasuko Kobayashi taking care of scripts and Masahiko Komino on character design duty

WRYYYYY.

[via Hachima]

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