Why is the younger generation always rowdy Is it the era they were born in All I know is this Zeppeli makes JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure just as good as the first Zeppeli did.
Playing on some stereotypes that might be considered slightly offensive nowadays, we are introduced to the successor of Will Zeppeli in this episode. Caesar Zeppeli is his name and right of the bat, JoJo is at odds with this man. Just because he has that Italian playboy swagger going for him – a positive stereotype – he considers this man to be his mortal enemy.
Great start to a relationship! At least it made for one hell of a first battle between the two; women choking JoJo then Caesar losing to a pigeon just like JoJo said. Truly one of the many reasons that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is the most entertaining anime this season and probably will be for the rest of the year. As with the general flow of the series, these two men are bound by fate and the different they’re in means they act differently from their gentlemanly grandfathers.
Alongside the introduction of Zeppeli the second, we have more pillar men. In order of seniority AC/DC, Cars and Wham! make their appearance as the new antagonists of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Whether the hierarchy indicates Araki-sensei’s musical tastes is speculation, but I like to think it does. I have nothing against Wham!, but it’s funny seeing them personified as a subservient warrior of AC/DC and Cars. Wherever you are George Michael, don’t hate.
It looks like we’re heading towards more crazy action – duh! Just that ending with JoJo and Zeppeli striking a pose side by side was a genius way to carry onto the next battle. And then there was the remixed version of Roundabout to add something new and fresh. As usual, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure delivers more high quality fun.