JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Cosplay Puts Golden in the 17th Century Spin on Giorno, let us see how.
Although the show ran for a long time, no one ever got bored of it because creator Hirohiko Araki has completely reinvented the series every couple of years with a fresh set of characters, settings, and even time periods.
The different methods used were multiple universes, long-spanning stories. Moreover, every part of the series has been so distinct that many fans have favored some parts over others.
The Golden Wind has been the favorite part of the masses, which introduces a group of young hooligans out to change the world.
The Golden Wind usually takes place in the early 2000s. So what would it look like if the fifth part took place in a different time period instead?
Since it has an Italian setting and many classical artistic influences, therefore it could be interesting to see it the franchise can make use of a period setting.
When an artist came up to applaud the efforts of the team, it became clear that the concept was a great one
The concept turned out to be great when the artist @steamielcosplay shared a cool new look for Giorno as if Giovanna was a member of the elite back in the 17th Century.
The look turned out to be much different than the original. The fifth part of Hirohiko Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series that ended its anime run last year was Golden Wind.
The anime portrays Giorno Giovanna, the son of former series villain Dio Brando. He finds himself in the mafia group Passione to change and reform them into reputable thieves and crooks from the inside.