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Jonathan Joestar, also known as JoJo, is the son of the English nobleman, George Joestar I, in the anime television series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. After adopting a homeless boy, Dio Brando, JoJo finds himself falling victim to Dio’s bullying as he tries to become the sole heir to the Joestar fortune. After JoJo discovers Dio’s plans to kill both JoJo and his father, he seeks to learn the sunlight-based martial arts technique of Hamon to fight for his family. Dio, however, turns himself into a vampire and sets his sights on world domination. His plans become thwarted when JoJo uses his martial arts skills to defeat Dio and his undead army.
Get the look of the strong-willed hero with this Jonathan Joestar costume guide. Cosplay JoJo’s heroic look by wearing a Jonathan Joestar Costume paired with a pair of Brown Costume Boots. Add a Blue Wig, Brown Backpack, and a Toy Sword and Sheath to complete this iconic anime character look.
Jonathan Joestar Cosplay Costumes
While Jonathan grew up in an aristocratic household with a wealthy father, he experienced trauma and tragedy once his father adopted Dio Brando. He found himself shunned by his family and friends as part of Dio’s scheme to become the sole heir to the Joestar fortune. Jonathan, however, is stronger than Dio and overpowers him in battle, forcing Dio to find a creative way to defeat and kill his adoptive brother. Cosplay Jonathan Joestar’s look from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure with a heroic blue costume adorned with a matching blue wig. Pair the look with brown boots, a brown backpack, and a toy sword and sheath to complete the iconic anime look.
Don’t fight your evil brother alone! Make an entrance with your closest friends as you cosplay JoJo’s martial arts instructor, William A. Zeppeli, and JoJo’s evil adoptive brother, Dio Brando. Bring along others dressed up as Dio’s undead zombie army, and you’ll have fun scaring your friends all night long.
About Jonathan Joestar
Jonathan Joestar lives in 19th century England, where he is the son of the wealthy George Joestar I. One day, George adopts a young homeless boy named Dio Brando to repay Dio’s father for saving his life. Meanwhile, Jonathan has found one of his mother’s ancient artifacts, a stone mask that grants anyone who wears it immortality. Dio discovers the powers of the mask and uses his blood to turn himself into a vampire and create an army of zombies to defeat Jonathan. Upon learning about Dio’s powers, Jonathan turns to William A. Zeppeli to teach him the ancient martial arts technique called Hamon.
Eventually, both Dio and Jonathan die fighting against one another. However, Jonathan “passes the torch” to his unborn child with his wife, Erina. Writer, Hirohiko Araki, was influenced to incorporate Jonathan’s death after the death of his grandfather. He aimed to show how people leave parts of themselves behind for the next generation once they die.