JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Over Heaven
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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Over Heaven

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Volumes: 1
Chapters: 82
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 16, 2011
Genre: Action Action
Serialization: None
Authors: Araki, Hirohiko (Art), NISIO, ISIN (Story)


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Ranked: #13402
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Chapters: /82


A novel centered on Dio.


JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Over Heaven was one of three novels released in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken series.


D'Arby, Daniel
Pendleton, Erina
D'Arby, Terence
A, Johngalli


Mar 16, 2021
As with any of my light novel reviews of this series, I will begin with a location to read the English localization for yourself, given that at the time of writing this there is no official translation that can be purchased.

Also, it should be noted that there was somewhat of a pause for my reading of this book, as I began reading it as I would retread my way through the Stardust Crusaders manga (I had already seen the anime in its entirety), I discovered that a significant portion of this book is in reference to plot regarding as well as the main antagonist ...
Dec 26, 2020
Mixed Feelings
I've always been a huge Jojo fan, and the light novels were always something that I had been intrigued by, but never something I had felt super inclined to check out. However, when I heard that NISIOISIN, the author of the Monogatari series, wrote Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Over Heaven, I just had to give it a shot. My bias is right there, as both a fan of Jojo and a fan of the author's works, but still I tried to go in with as open of a mind as possible.

Over Heaven is a non-canon representation of DIO's Diary in the main series. It aims to ...
Dec 11, 2022
I’ll assume anyone wanting to read this has read up to the end of Stone Ocean, and as such this review has some spoilers for parts 3 and 6.

It was certainly entertaining. Not my favourite version of Dio and doesn’t feel like canon but for the most part the changes could work out or are interesting aspects to consider.

The story ends up following the plot of part 3, however the plot relevant for part 6 seems to have been altered. I always had the notion that Pucci and Dio met well before the crusaders’ trip started but that’s not the case in here.

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