Jojos Bizarre Adventure
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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is an anime series that fans enjoy creating artworks, do cosplays based on the series characters and even mix different anime series on a crossover.

Regardless of how odd it may sound on paper, there is a decent possibility JoJo can figure out how to make it work. Obviously, that reality has been tried on numerous occasions as fans add progressively odd characters to their head-groups, however, another one demonstrates the star of Mob Psycho 100 would really work in the World of JoJo.

Down on Reddit, a user named Wings_Of_Freedom posted their interpretation of the crossover with a little sketch. The work of art, which can be found underneath, envisions a reality where Mob joins the JoJo establishment with his very own Stand.

As should be obvious, Mob got an all-out makeover that fits him into the JoJo establishment. Not exclusively did his cheekbones get a major makeover however his ensemble sticks more tightly to his slender muscles. From his hair to his hands, Mob resembles the ideal protege for Josuke, and that is to avoid even mentioning his Stand.

The fine art shows Mob’s Stand drifting behind him, and the otherworldly being looks forcing, and it ought to since it breathes life into the saint’s 100% mode. The Stand looks simply like Mob, yet it has purple markings all over, and its hair is resisting gravity. Wearing a tore white shirt, the Stand satisfies its name White T-Poison, and fans couldn’t want anything more than to see this Stand go facing Vento Aureo or even Steel Ball Run.

Currently, you can watch JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series on (Crunchyroll and VRV).

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and represented by Hirohiko Araki. It was initially serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump from 1987 to 2004 preceding being moved to the month to month seinen magazine Ultra Jump in 2005. There have been eight-story circular segments created to date, and the present and eighth story curve, JoJolion, initiated distribution in 2011. The arrangement is as of now Shueisha’s second-biggest manga arrangement with its sections gathered into 125 tankōbon volumes and tallying.

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The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga has more than 100 million duplicates in print, making it extraordinary compared to other selling manga arrangement ever, and has brought forth a huge media establishment that incorporates a few novelizations and computer games, activity figures, an adornments line, and even nibble sustenances. From 2003 to 2005, Super Techno Arts discharged both OVA arrangement in North America. Viz Media discharged an interpretation of the third piece of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure in North America from 2005 to 2010, yet started distributing the arrangement from the earliest starting point in 2015.

(C) Hirohiko Araki, Shueisha / “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” Production Com