JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Creator Recreates Rohan at the Louvre Cover for Film Giveaway

Rohan at the Louvre

Hirohiko Araki, the esteemed creator of the popular manga and anime series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, has delighted fans once again with his artistic prowess. In celebration of the live-action film adaptation of Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan: Rohan at the Louvre, Araki has personally recreated the iconic cover of the manga for a special giveaway tied to the film’s Japanese release.

Rohan at the Louvre takes the enigmatic character Rohan Kishibe on an extraordinary journey through the mesmerizing city of Paris. Descending into the depths of darkness within the catacombs, Rohan unravels the mysteries surrounding a cursed painting steeped in legend and intrigue. The film, which showcases the incredible artistry and storytelling synonymous with Araki’s work, has captivated audiences in Japanese theaters since its opening on May 26, garnering an impressive box office performance of 314 million yen during its first weekend.

The exclusive giveaway features Araki’s recreation of the cover, which beautifully captures the essence of the manga. Attendees of the film screenings will have the privilege of receiving this special image, portraying Issey Takahashi’s portrayal of Rohan, the same actor who brought the character to life in the NHK TV dramas based on the Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan one-shot manga series.

Rohan at the Louvre

Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan is a spin-off from Araki’s long-running JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure franchise, with a focus on the intriguing character Rohan Kishibe from the Diamond is Unbreakable arc. The character’s popularity soared when he was brought to life in a live-action TV drama series, featuring Issey Takahashi’s compelling portrayal, which has been airing on NHK General TV since 2020 and has enjoyed three successful seasons.

For fans of Araki’s distinctive style and compelling storytelling, the Rohan at the Louvre film and its accompanying manga offer an unforgettable experience. The original manga, part of The Louvre Collection and released in English by NBM Graphic Novels, presents another captivating and completely original story with breathtaking artwork. It introduces readers to Rohan, a talented young mangaka who encounters a mysterious woman with a dramatic tale intertwined with a cursed 200-year-old painting. Created using the darkest ink extracted from a millennium-old tree, the painting holds immense power and a haunting history. As Rohan’s fame grows, he becomes intrigued by the story but soon forgets it. However, ten years later, during a visit to Paris, he embarks on a quest to locate the painting, unaware of the violent and potent curse that awaits him once the artwork is unearthed from the depths of the Louvre’s archives.

With Hirohiko Araki’s unparalleled creativity and the enthralling narrative of Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan: Rohan at the Louvre, fans of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and lovers of artful storytelling are in for a treat. The film’s release and the accompanying giveaway of Araki’s recreated cover artwork are testament to the enduring popularity and enduring legacy of this extraordinary franchise.

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