A line up of characters. From left to right, a portly woman in a classy dress. A man in a modern military jacket. A woman with very large breasts wearing revealing rags. A witch. A floating gothic lolita. A normal looking woman in a labcoat. Aku in a cute dress. Kunai in his suit. A pink haired girl wearing a school uniform. A blonde woman wearing a blue uniform like outfit. A purple-haired princess. A big shirtless dude with a mohawk and a big X for chest hair. Two bunny girl maids.
Demon Lord Retry 08
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Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure presents a very different attitude from the common story of patriarchal family lines. Not only does the Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure conclude with Jolyne, the first female protagonist of the saga, but it’s clear that her very survival hinges on traits she inherited from her female predecessors.