Let’s Go JoJo! #26 – A Little Story From the Past ~My Name Is Doppio~

Golden Wind takes a detour this week into the life of another Passionne agent, Doppio! Why is this kind hearted teen sent to Sardinia to interfere Bruno’s group’s plans? We find out on this week’s episode.

Plus more new anime – One Punch Man returns and Sarazanmai debuts!

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Let’s Go JoJo! #24 – Notorious B.I.G.

Bruno and his men are on a plane, flying away to a better place. Namely Sardinia, to find the origin of The Boss. But before they can get there they will first have to contend with the posthumous assault of Notorious B.I.G.

Elsewhere, Boogiepop and Ekoda-chan draw to a close, Hyakkimaru meets his family in Dororo and the curtain draws on the Nanashi storyline in Kitaro.

Let’s Go JoJo! #18 – Head to Venice

Giorno finishes off his battle with Babyface Jr., then hops in a car with Mista and head to Venice. Meanwhile Niall goes into battle with his internet connection, can he join the podcast before the episode ends?

Plus: Boss Bear regrets, Masaru flashes back to some else’s life and it’s only another blooming episode of Double Decker!

Let’s Go JoJo! #16 – The Grateful Dead Part 2

Bruno faces off again Prosciutto and Pesci in a fight to the death. Can Sticky Fingers beat the twin threats of The Grateful Dead and Beach Boy? We find out in the latest episode of the weekly JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure podcast, Let’s Go JoJo!

Plus: Kitaro and Bonobono take depressing turns, and Boogiepop springs into action and finds an entirely different story to the one we thought they were telling.

Let’s Go JoJo! #15 – The Grateful Dead Part 1

Prosciutto has aged everyone on the train, and while searching for him, Mista runs afoul of the hook of Pesci’s stand, Beach Boy. Can Mista and the Sex Pistols find their way out of this? We find out on this week’s episode of Let’s Go JoJo! The weekly JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure podcast.

Plus all the other anime we watched this week – which turned out to be a lot less this week. Karakuri Circus continues to leap manga volumes in a single bound, Chipmunk declares his hatred of children and Boogiepop faces off against Imaginator.