Since Steel Ball Run is coming to an end, how many people think there going to be part 8 of Jojo series?
Thumbs up. I think there is going to be another part. Araki didn't seem like he wanted to finish the series. But after what has happened to his hometown, who know what his mood will be.Since Steel Ball Run is coming to an end, how many people think there going to be part 8 of Jojo series?
Well, the end of SBR has been decided long before the earthquake, so that's probably not a reason.Thumbs up. I think there is going to be another part. Araki didn't seem like he wanted to finish the series. But after what has happened to his hometown, who know what his mood will be.
More spoilers about recent chapters.Well, the end of SBR has been decided long before the earthquake, so that's probably not a reason.
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I'm really anxious to know how he's going to wrap up the story with ONLY 49 pages to go... I mean in 69, he pretty much used 9~10 pages for that darn 5 seconds...
It's really hard to see how Johnny can come back from that. Are we going to get an ending where Dio can finally win? Or are we going to see some thing like Act 5 or Final Act from Johnny, where he gets to use spin of the entire planet earth? (rofl)
More spoilers about recent chapters.
I've read somewhere that the final chapter is going to be a little longer. I was thinking exactly the same about Final Act xD
But i think it'll have a part 1-like ending. In which both Joestar and Dio project themselves into the future, Dio gaining some eternal life powers and Johny having a son/daughter or something. Can't wait to see this universe Rohan
Weekly Young Jump would be a nice home for it as well...If there was going to be part 8 of Jojo, then I, personally, hope to start in either Shonen Jump or Jump SQ because it is much easier to get raws than Ultra Jump.
I'm not sure Ultra Jump did give freer rein on SBR. The usual length for SBR's chapter between 45 to 50 (I think). And SQ does have series with same length as SBR. I think WSJ editors did give freer rein to Araki when he serialize SBR in WSJ. SBR was serialized as 31 pages per week, but it serialized for 10 weeks and on hiatus for 10 weeks and back to serializing 10 weeks again.However, UJ gives him freer rein. Not to mention flexible pages per month... (You get to do anywhere from 18 pages to 60 pages, something you can't do at WSJ or SQ).