8 Echoes And Its Acts
Echoes is Koichi's stand, a school mate of Josuke's who gets hit with an arrow and discovers that he's survived the attack and gained a stand ability. His stand is called Echoes, and it actually has multiple abilities, albeit at different times.Jul 31, 2020
10/10 They're Manifestations of Hamon
In English, Hamon roughly translates to Ripple. When Stands were first introduced in Japan, the characters used to spell their Japanese denotation (Sutando) roughly mean "Ghostly Ripple" in English. In other words, Araki created Stands as being comprised of Hamon.Nov 1, 2019
Throughout the majority of Part 3, Stands were named after Tarot cards often followed by another element such as a colour or a number, such as Hierophant Green and Death 13. Starting with Cream late into Part 3 (and later standardized in Part 4), stands were named after bands, musicians, albums, and songs.
The "Stands" in JoJo can be conceptualized as a reification of hidden talent, with their source being a sort of energy that's been in the Earth since ancient times. The oldest known instance of a Stand User dates back to the 16th century with the death of Caravan Serai and the emancipation of his Stand, Anubis.
Yes, this is shown multiple times in part 4.Sep 30, 2019
Poco (ポコ,, Poko) is a minor character appearing in Phantom Blood. Originally mind-controlled and used as bait by Dio Brando, he joins the Joestar Group on their quest, in order to save his sister.
Angelo reveals that he was given his Stand by a man in a school uniform using an arrow. Josuke and Koichi pass by a wrecked house where they discover the brothers Okuyasu and Keicho. Angelo reveals that he was given his Stand by a man in a school uniform using an arrow.
Echoes (エコーズ Ekōzu) is the Stand of Koichi Hirose, featured in the fourth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Diamond is Unbreakable , and briefly in the fifth part, Vento Aureo. Echoes has the unusual ability to take on three distinct forms, ACT1, ACT2 and ACT3, which Koichi may call upon alternately.Aug 8, 2022
Dio is the Italian word for 'God', but he adopted his stage name from Italian-American mobster member Johnny Dio, whose real name was Giovanni Ignazio Dioguardi. 6.Jul 9, 2021
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This appeared to be a nod to fans as many think the name JoJo is a reference to this song as it's about a man named 'Jojo' and for the stand-out lyric "Get back, JoJo!" One of the enemy Stand users that appeared in Stardust Crusaders, Steely Dan, is named after an American Rock band of the same name.Oct 23, 2020