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Kako kara no tegami 

Hostility grows between Jonathan and Dio, and forgotten secrets emerge; Jonathan is suspicious about the secret to the mask.


Hirohiko Araki (manga), Tony Oliver (adr script) | 4 more credits »




Episode credited cast:
Johnny Yong Bosch ... Jonathan Joestar (voice)
Marc Diraison ... Lord George Joestar I (voice)
Kazuhiro Fusegawa Kazuhiro Fusegawa ... Announcer (voice)
Ai Iwamura Ai Iwamura ... Woman (voice) (as Aiko Iwamura)
Taira Kikumoto Taira Kikumoto ... Coachman (voice)
Takehito Koyasu ... Dio Brando (voice)
Steve Kramer ... Dario Brando (voice)
Naomi Kusumi Naomi Kusumi ... Jack (voice)
Shinobu Matsumoto Shinobu Matsumoto ... Butler (voice)
Tadashi Miyazawa Tadashi Miyazawa ... Dario Brando (voice)
Hiroshi Naka Hiroshi Naka ... Wang Chan (voice)
Tôru Ohkawa Tôru Ohkawa ... Narrator (voice)
Kazuyuki Okitsu ... Jonathan Joestar (voice)
Derek Stephen Prince ... Commentator (voice)
Paul St. Peter ... Jack the Ripper (voice)


Seven years later, in 1888, JoJo and Dio seem to be getting along better, but JoJo still fears Dio, who is plotting to take over the Joestar family as George suffers from a mysterious ailment. While researching the strange mask, JoJo discovers a deathbed letter from Dio's father describing the same symptoms as George's. JoJo suspects that Dio has poisoned both men. After fighting Dio off, JoJo heads to London to discover the origins of the poison. On dodgy Ogre Street, JoJo is attacked by a man named Robert E. O. Speedwagon, but after JoJo defeats him yet spares his life, Speedwagon decides to help JoJo. Meanwhile, Dio steals the stone mask to kill JoJo. Dio tests the mask by forcing it onto a homeless man and spilling another's blood onto it. Instead of killing the man, the mask transforms him into a powerful vampire who quickly overpowers Dio and starts draining his blood. Dio only survives when sunlight kills the vampire. He returns to the mansion to confront JoJo.

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JoJo ~Sono Chi no Sadame~
Lyrics by Shoko Fujibayashi
Music by Kôhei Tanaka
Arranged by Kow Otani
Performed by Hiroaki Tominaga (as Hiroaki 'TOMMY' Tominaga)
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