JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set 4 Limited Edition Blu-ray

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About JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set 4 Limited Edition Blu-ray

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Set 4: Diamond is Unbreakable Part 1 Limited Edition contains episodes 1-20 of the anime directed by Naokatsu Tsuda and includes a 104-Page Booklet.

Eleven years have passed since Jotaro Kujo defeated Dio, the Joestar family’s archnemesis. In the year 1999, Jotaro travels to a Japanese town called Morioh to seek out Josuke Higashikata, the secret love child of his grandfather, Joseph Joestar. Upon finding him, Jotaro discovers that Josuke also possesses a Stand. As if drawn by an unknown force, new Stand users begin to appear all across town, threatening the lives of the innocent—including Josuke’s loved ones. Swearing to protect the people living in his hometown, Josuke must now stand against the evil that lurks within Morioh.

Special Features: Clean Opening and Ending, English Cast Interviews, Art Gallery, Trailers.

Details

  • Publisher: VIZ
  • Media: Blu-ray
  • Spoken Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitle Language: English
  • Genre: Action
  • Themes: Adventure, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 14+
  • Run Time: 480
  • Release Date: 7/2/2019
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.8
  • Region Code: A

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Going over Limited Edition

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It seems Viz is getting a little cheaper with their limited edition Jojos despite still being the same price. Unlike with the other sets thus far, this lacks the art cards the others had. It's a small thing but a thing I noticed none the less. Something to keep in mind.

Outside of that the limited edition box is nice, you really can't tell from the photos but there's a nice sturdy foil embrossed box that holds the Blu-Ray case as well as the booklet, looks good on the shelf with the rest of your anime collection.

Because they're Blu-Rays they play at 1080p vs 16x9 ratio of the DVDs. The DVDs also don't have the English cast interviews nor the art gallery. The DVDs are also cheaper.