So was it ever decided whether or not this was a Jojo's reference or just a standard bancho hat?
why does everyone think everything is a jojo reference
The entire outfit is bancho.
A tribute to banchos in general. If anything was a JoJo reference in particular it was either the excessive bling or the ultra rapid punching.
>it was either the excessive bling or the ultra rapid punching.
You forgot the hat/hair transition.
Well the back of the hat imperceptibly turns into hair, like Jotaro's. But other than that it's not his hat. The outfit is rather a combination of delinquent tropes more than anything else.
That's actually been a thing since before JoJo.
jojofags think Jojo invented bancho, nothing new.
japan gets a throbbing boner whenever part 3 is mentioned
>jojofags think Jojo invented bancho, nothing new.
whats that supposed to mean?
You don't see anime characters wearing bancho that are iconic as Jotaro to be honest. Only one I can think of that wears banchou is Ranmaru from Binbougami Ga.
He's just a hater that will take any opportunity to talk shit about something he hates. Nothing new.
That was competent English. How did you not comprehend that?
you know what im saying.
what are you
The back of the hat morphs into hair. At the very least, that's a JoJo reference.
Or it could be torn.
Were there any sound effects, a change in art style or iconic JoJo poses?
No? Then no and go fuck yourself.
that has been done before too
when the episode aired someone posted a manga pic about such a character that appeared long before jojo part3. Of course i don't have it with me right now