3 : Youth With Dio
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Jonathan continues up to the rooftop as Speedwagon realizes his friend's plan to set fire to the whole mansion so that the resulting inferno will be enough to kill even Dio, and declares this plan suicidal. Jonathan blocks a kick with the tip of the spear and charges Dio with his shoulder, breaking through a wall and falling all the way down to the inferno he caused. Jonathan tries to hold Dio, but the Vampire violently knees his chest, breaking several ribs and punching a wall to avoid falling. Jonathan releases his grip but notices the spear tip falling beside him. Planting it firmly against the wall, Jonathan uses it as a support to jump toward Dio then uses his belt to hook Dio and make him fall.
Jonathan stabs Dio with the same knife that killed his father and doesn't let go as both men fall into the flames. As a final blow, Jonathan kicks the wall, propelling both into the statue of the goddess of love and impaling Dio. Dio is unable to escape, and the flames prove too much for his regeneration power, Dio disappears amidst the inferno, cursing. Meanwhile, Jonathan manages to jump out of the mansion through a window. Speedwagon proclaims Jonathan's victory over Dio.
Youth with Dio (ディオとの青春, Dio to no Seishun) is the third episode of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime. It is also the third episode of Phantom Blood. It covers Chapter 11 through Chapter 16 of the manga.
The flashback ends and George tells JoJo not to have a grudge against Dio, despite all he had done. He claims that his strictness may have been the cause of Dio's scorn and asked that Dio be buried with his father. Just before he dies he says that it is not bad for one to die in the arms of his son.
Jonathan grabs a massive spear from a nearby suit of armor and attempts to stab Dio. Dio takes the spearhead on, and lets it impale through his hand. He bends the spear with supernatural strength and causes the sharp end of it to impale into Jonathan's right shoulder. Dio lands elegantly onto the ground, only to realize both Jonathan and Speedwagon have disappeared. He is able to find them behind a curtain via the smell of their blood. However, when he pulls open the curtain, it instantly lights on fire due to a lantern Jonathan found. The fire begins to spread and the entire house is engulfed in flames. Dio appears to be unharmed from the fire. Jonathan pushes Speedwagon out of the way first, before blocking a desk thrown by Dio, using a sword. He stabs the sword into the ground and then jumps off the hilt, so as to be able to grab the ledge of the second floor. He tells Dio to follow him to lure him away from Speedwagon; Dio obliges by walking up the wall.
On the roof, Jonathan blocks a kick from Dio, and then tackles him. The two go spiraling down the flaming house, but Dio manages to stab the wall and stops falling. Jonathan finds the same spearhead from earlier and stabs it into the wall. He's able to grab it, flip onto it, and launch himself towards Dio. He uses his belt to grab Dio's leg and pulls him downward. The two begin to fall to the house's burning first floor again, and this time Jonathan grabs Dio's knife and stabs him with it. Dio retaliates by breaking both of Jonathan's arms. With the last of his strength, Jonathan holds onto Dio and pushes against the wall with his foot, causing their trajectory to change. This forces Dio to land on the pointed end of the Statue of the Goddess of Love where he is unable to move, and thus burns to nothing with the house. Jonathan is blasted out of the house and is tended to by Speedwagon whom claims that he won.
With everyone present shocked by the monster he has become, Dio wastes no time in killing all the policemen. A fearful Jonathan, feeling guilty for researching the Stone Mask, knows that he must end this madness. Speedwagon is attacked by the reanimated corpse of one of the policemen, but Jonathan defeats the corpse with a spear from a nearby suit of armor. Jonathan deduces that the only way to kill Dio at this point is to destroy his brain completely. Jonathan attacks Dio, who intercepts and breaks the spear in two using only his hand, causing the spear tip to lodge itself in Jonathan's shoulder. However, Jonathan and Speedwagon seemingly disappear while Dio's back is turned. After a quick assessment of the foyer, Dio notices blood streaming from under a curtain and pulls the curtain back, only to be smothered by the falling curtain as Jonathan sets fire to it.
While Jonathan continues up to the rooftop, Speedwagon realizes that his plan is to set fire to the whole mansion, hoping that the resulting inferno will be enough to kill Dio; it is not lost on Speedwagon that Jonathan is ready to sacrifice himself. As Jonathan blocks a kick with the spear tip, memories of his youth with Dio come flooding back. Resolved to settle their intertwined youths, Jonathan charges Dio with his shoulder, and the two crash through the roof. As the two fall through the mansion, Jonathan barely manages to maintain a grip on Dio with the aid of the spear tip and his own belt.
Three days after the battle with Dio, Speedwagon decides to visit Jonathan in the hospital to offer emotional support, only to be stopped at the door to Jonathan's room by a nurse. The nurse refuses to let him in, stating that she can take care of him by herself. As the door is closed on him, Speedwagon takes offense at the woman's words and stubbornly resolves to come back later. That night, Speedwagon sneaks in after visiting hours and makes his way to Jonathan's room. To his surprise, he sees a light streaming from the slightly opened door; peering inside, he notices that the woman who dismissed him earlier is still there. Jonathan finally regains consciousness and, though he thinks it impossible at first, the woman turns out to be his childhood sweetheart, Erina Pendleton. Speedwagon realizes that the two have known each other for some time and, concluding that it must be fate, coolly leaves the two to rekindle their relationship. Erina faints due to fatigue, but Jonathan catches her with his broken arm, saying that he will always be there to catch her.
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So what does Speed Weed have to say That Dio is a piece of shit and the guy who sold the poison is with them and has confessed. Also there is the police and George himself. And then JoJo thought putting the cuffs on him was a good idea. Because of that, Dio ended up killing George after all! Dio could give a shit since blood is blood and he can now wear the mask of the vrykolakas.
The story is set in England in the early-to-late 1880s,[a][b] and follows Jonathan Joestar, the heir of the wealthy Joestar family, and his adoptive brother Dio Brando, who wishes to take the Joestar fortune for himself. Using an ancient stone mask, Dio transforms himself into a vampire, and Jonathan learns the sunlight-based martial arts technique of Hamon[c] to fight him. Araki described the themes of the story as \"being alive\" and \"an affirmation that humanity is wonderful\", with characters growing and overcoming problems through their own actions.
The series received reviews ranging from mixed to positive, with critics frequently criticizing the anatomy and character posing in Araki's artwork, and Araki was often told during the serialization that Phantom Blood was the one series that did not fit in with the \"best of the best\" that were published at the same time, like Dragon Ball and Fist of the North Star. The series has seen two anime adaptations, in the form of a 2007 film by A.P.P.P., and as part of the first season of David Production's 2012 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure TV series. It was also adapted into a 2006 video game by Bandai.
In 19th-century England, a youth born into poverty named Dio Brando is adopted by the wealthy George Joestar to repay a family debt to Dio's father Dario, who died in 1880. George's son Jonathan, who aspires to become a gentleman, is shunned by his family and friends, whom Dio manipulates as part of his plot to take the Joestar fortune for himself. After Jonathan overpowers Dio in a fistfight, Dio gets revenge by murdering Jonathan's pet dog Danny, before biding his time to adulthood. Jonathan and Dio develop an interest in a mysterious stone mask that reacted to Dio's blood being spilt in the battle. Jonathan learns that the mask was used by the Aztecs to bring the wearer immortality.
In 1888, after becoming old enough to inherit the Joestar fortune, Dio deliberately poisons Jonathan's father, George. Jonathan's search for an antidote takes him to Ogre Street, a dangerous street in London, where he befriends a thug named Robert E. O. Speedwagon. At the same time, Dio intends to arrange a freak accident to kill Jonathan with the stone mask and tests the mask on a drunkard. The mask instead turns the drunkard into a powerful vampire who nearly kills Dio before being destroyed by sunlight. Jonathan and Speedwagon return to the mansion with an antidote and expose Dio's scheme. Dio attempts to kill Jonathan with a knife but George sacrifices his life to save Jonathan. Dio uses the blood spilt by George and the mask to become a vampire. Jonathan sets the Joestar family's mansion on fire and impales Dio on a statue in the burning mansion, but Dio survives.
While Jonathan walks with Erina Pendleton, his girlfriend, they meet Will A. Zeppeli, a man who intends to destroy the stone mask after it caused his father's death. Zeppeli teaches Jonathan how to use a supernatural energy produced by controlled breathing called Hamon.[d] Then, on November 30, 1888, Jonathan, Speedwagon, and Zeppeli travel to Wind Knights Lot, where Dio is creating an army of zombies. Zeppeli is mortally wounded by one of these zombies, Tarkus,[e] and passes the last of his Hamon energy on to Jonathan before dying. Joined by Zeppeli's fellow Hamon users, on December 1, 1888, Jonathan destroys Dio's body by sending Hamon directly through him. Dio decapitates his head to survive the Hamon attack. Speedwagon destroys the stone mask. On February 2, 1889, Jonathan marries Erina. The next day, they leave on a ship to America on their honeymoon. Dio sneaks aboard the ship, intending to transplant his head onto Jonathan's body. 59ce067264