Jojo's Bizzare Adventure is a long running series by Hirohiko Araki. It began serialization as a weekly comic in 1987. Since then, it has been adapted to a direct to video animation; a film; and a series. The animated series is the most recent and complete of the adaptations, covering up to part 4 of the ongoing 8 part series.
What sets Jojo's Bizzare Adventure from other series is it's highly stylistic art style and western musical influences. Several characters and special abilities from the Jojo universes borrow their names from famous musicians, bands, and their music. For example, a major character in part 1 is named Robert E.O. Speedwagon.
The animated series follows the cue of the original serialization, with the series adapting the heavily stylized art of the comic. The series also uses well known music for its ending themes, with Jojo part 1 using Roundabout by the band Yes.