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Who needs fancy animation when you have episodes of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure like this one?

One can only guess the lack of money David Productions has put into the project.  The use of CGI in the episode may be the most recent indicator, alongside the less smooth animation compared to many other series.  In this case, I'd have to say: "Who cares?"  If anything, they've proved time and time again, they don't need fancy animation.

Even just the formula this series follows is more than enough.  There may not be any clever plot developments like with Zetsuen no Tempest or PSYCHO-PASS, bordering on the very predictable, yet it just works.  By now the twists in the fight scenes are a common occurrence and it's still fun to watch.  This does have to do with Joseph's trickster attitude bringing more of a gag-like atmosphere to the series, which Jonathan didn't offer.  This battle is a culmination of everything JoJo the second has been doing in this part of the story, and boy was it great.  Continuing with one-upsmanship battle style, you can't help but laugh and enjoy all the insanity.

After spending 4 days abroad, coming back to watch this episode was the best way to unwind.  Pure entertainment once again, which is nothing new for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.  If anything, I'd say there is no reason to introduce anything new.  As we draw closer to the end of the series, I hate thinking that so little JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is left for us.  The episode ended in a cliffhanger-esque fashion, and will continue on the fighting all the way to the end.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure has started its final arc with gusto.  We can expect more of this greatness in the remaining four episodes.  As you might have guessed, I can't say much more without sounding like a rambling idiot, so I'll leave it there.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Episode 23 Preview

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