The Adventure Continues in “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders” this September on Animax!
The Joestar family saga continues in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders, which premieres on 8 September, from Wednesday to Friday at 10pm on Animax.
High school student Jotaro Kujo suddenly finds himself haunted by a ghost-like entity. His grandfather, Joseph Joestar, explains that this special power known as a “Stand” physically manifests its user’s spirit and can be controlled by its user. However, the sudden emergence of these Stands, caused by the revival of their family’s nemesis Dio, is revealed to be putting the life of Jotaro’s mother in danger. Jotaro, Joseph, and their allies have fifty days to hunt down and eliminate Dio in order to save Jotaro’s mother and prevent Dio’s plans of world domination. Will they prevail?
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders premieres 8 September, from Wednesday to Friday at 10pm, with 2 episodes back to back, first and exclusively on Animax.
Animax is available on SKYCable Channel 46, Cignal Channel 73, Dream Satellite TV Channel 07, Destiny Digital Channel 46 and G Sat Channel 24.
About Animax Asia
Launched on 1 January 2004, Animax is Asia’s first channel brand specializing in Japanese animation – anime. Animax offers a wide variety of anime programs from across the most popular genres including action, romance, horror, supernatural, sci-fi, comedy and slice-of-life.
Animax is home to some of the biggest anime titles in the world that enjoy great following across the region. In addition, the channel created TV history in April 2009 by becoming the world’s first regional broadcaster to air an anime series at the same time as Japan and followed that with six other simulcast anime series. Currently reaching 58 million homes across 17 markets in Asia, Animax aims to offer anime programming for everyone.
Beyond television screens, Animax also actively engages its audiences at local events, including its signature Animax Carnival that has rolled out in Malaysia, the Philippines, and Taiwan. See www.animax-asia.com for more.