JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Vol. 12 (Stardust Crusaders, #12)
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Vol. 12 (Stardust Crusaders #12)

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Around the world, evil spirits are awakening: “Stands,” monstrous invisible creatures which give their bearers incredible powers. To save his mother’s life, 17-year-old Jotaro Kujo must travel to Cairo, Egypt, where a hundred-year-old vampire waits to destroy his bloodline once and for all… R to L (Japanese Style). The Claws of Horus The magic book of Mondatta has shown th...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published August 4th 2009 by VIZ Media (first published November 8th 1991)
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Este tomo incluye el final de la pelea contra Boingo y Hol Horse que es absolutamente genial. Araki vuelve a hacer trampa a la hora de cumplir una profecía y le vuelve a salir bien.
También incluye la pelea de Iggy contra Pet Shop, que está bastante bien, pero tiene una escenas de crueldad animal que me cuestan un poco más de procesar que cuando veo a "humanos" haciéndose percha entre sí.
Por último, el tomo cierra con la previa a la pelea contra D'arby the gamer, hermano del D'arby anterior, y pr...more
Having "bizarre" in the title shouldn't give a book free reign to do whatever it wants, but it helps. JoJo's Bizarre Adventure certainly does whatever it wants. Whatever it wants including, but not limited to: a vampire with a human's body, spirit warriors, tongue devouring bugs, gamblers who play for souls, a foul-mouthed/tempered dog, and more vehicle wrecks than any Hollywood action flick could dream of.
Hirohiko Araki schizophrenic epic manga series works though, because it sets up the rules...more
This is one of the strongest and most memorable parts of JJBA, particularly in that its antagonist has emotional and personal aspects instead of just being the enemy. However, I regret that it loses most of its sense of progression (only regained well in Steel Ball Run) in return for clever but gimmicky abilities.
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Hirohiko Araki(荒木 飛呂彦) is a Japanese manga artist.

He left school before graduation from Miyagi University of Education.

Enjoys the baseball manga Kyojin No Hoshii(Star of the Giants)
Enjoys the videogames Mario Kart and Bomberman
Likes Prince and other African-American singers, as well as jazz, rock and rap.

He has received the Tezuka Award.
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