An incredible, or should I say incredible, arrives, an epic crossover between JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Attack on Titan from the hand of a fanart that is more than great where the good Armin Arlert shows himself as a true “JoJo” posing next to the Colossal Titan who now takes the place of his Stand.
both to JoJo’s how has Shingeki no Kyojin they’ve been doing great lately, one with Stone Ocean whose second part already has its first official trailerand the other with his End Season which is nothing to reach its conclusion.
And although both series, although they are anime, are far from each other in terms of plot or mere style, unlike others like Naruto and dragon ball that might have certain similarities, a fanart has managed to mix both works, both that of Hirohiko Araki and that of Hajime Isayama, in a sensational way.
This artist’s drawing is perfect in many ways. First of all in the detail because he has been able to perfectly capture Armin and the Colossal Titan with much of the essence of the same character and the animation style of MAPPA, while he manages to give it that peculiar shine that David Produccion applies to the animation of JoJo’s.
But above all, it highlights the great idea of putting the Titan of the member of the Reconnaissance Legion, as if this were his Standapplying a very JoJo’s and the anime’s iconic purple typeface.
And for those who do not remember, the Stands are the physical manifestation of the soul of its user which can be represented in a wide variety of ways that range from floating figures as it would be in the case of Armin with the Colossal Titan, or as it happens with Jotaro Kujo and Star Platinum, even a skill or a suit. However, Stands generally can’t be seen by people who don’t have one, so in the sense that Titan shifters are now Stands, only Annie, Reinar, Pieck, Falco, Zeke, and Eren would be able to see Armin’s Stand. .
What did you think of this crossover between JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and Attack on Titan?
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