Phantom Blood

Phantom Blood (ファントムブラッド, Fantomu Buraddo?), initially referred to as Dai Ichi Bu Jonathan Joestar: Sono Seishun (第一部 ジョナサン·ジョースター ―その青春―, Dai Ichi Bu Jonasan Jōsutā Sono Seishun?, lit. "Part 1 Jonathan Joestar: His Youth"), is the first story arc of the manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. It was serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump in 1987 for 44 chapters, which were later collected into 5 tankōbon volumes.

Phantom Blood is the first arc of the popular long-running manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. It was followed by part 2 Battle Tendency, which began immediately after. This first arc was adapted into a PlayStation 2 video game in 2006 and a theatrical animated movie in 2007. In 2012, it was adapted as part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime series, spanning episodes 1 to 9.

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