Set in Italy during , two years after the events of Diamond is Unbreakable , the series follows the adventures of Giorno Giovanna, the son of Dio Brando from Phantom Blood and Stardust Crusaders but conceived with Jonathan Joestar 's body, who joins the criminal organization Passione in the hopes of becoming a gangster or "Gang-Star" and taking control of the organization in the name of reform. The anime adaptation of Golden Wind was personally announced by series creator Hirohiko Araki at the "Ripples of Adventure" art exhibition on June 21, Yugo Kanno returns as composer from previous seasons. The series formally aired from October 5, to July 28, , on Tokyo MX and other channels  [a] and was simulcast by Crunchyroll. Like previous seasons, some names are altered in the official English releases to avoid potential trademark infringement. The second opening theme is "Uragirimono no Requiem" by Daisuke Hasegawa,  and the second ending theme is " Modern Crusaders " by Enigma.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Golden Wind Episode 1 Review: Golden Wind
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Amid the gritty beauty of Napoli, the Joestar lineage lives on. Eager to identify Leaky Eye Luca's attacker, Bucciarati confronts Giorno and unleashes a Stand attack to dismantle him piece by piece. But Giorno counters with his Stand Golden Wind, surprising not just his adversary, but also himself. Determined to join the mafia gang Passione, altruistic Giorno is introduced by Bucciarati to the grotesquely corpulent Polpo, an incarcerated capo who tests Giorno's loyalty with a simple but bizarrely lethal test. Plodding amid the dusky shadows of a peaceful piazza is Polpo's macabre Stand, which assails any who dare witness the reigniting of the lighter. Giorno deciphers its method of attack, but is soon staring death in the face.
Enlarge Image. If the first episode of the series takes your fancy, I recommend going back and trying the others, too. In this one we get to take a walk with Giorno through the beautiful city of Naples while witnessing some of the less savory aspects of the city, such as pickpocketing, bribery, and drug dealing. We also get a perfect introduction to Giorno himself, with just those few seconds giving us a very good idea of his personality- a sweet but tough boy who knows how to get by in such a society.
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