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- This article is about the series as a whole. For the character, see Aozora.
Aozora's Adventure (アオゾラの冒険, Aozora no Bōken, formerly known as Aozora Jitsuwa), is an original-character series designed by Justin De Lucia. It was originally created in late October 2009 following the cancelation of Super Justin, with some leftover aspects being implemented into Aozora’s Adventure during its earlier years. Despite originating in America, the series has many Japanese-esque traits and characteristics, with anime-inspired visuals and nods, references, and tributes to famous works in fiction.
It is planned to become a series of video games that dwells into a verity of genres and starring a large and varried cast of characters. The games would be made to allude to other games, most notably Super Mario and Mega Man, with many tweaks to their gameplay styles to further diverse them from the originals.
In an alternate universe in the near future, the planet Earth has become a world of adventure ripe for new discoveries, with the seven continents being filled with many different, usually utopian, landmarks and biome types. The powers of biology and technology has risen to new levels, and magic and sorcery have become popular subjects, with a number of the world's population now having their own assortment of supernatural abilities.
The series focuses on a Japanese young adult named Aozora, who uses Power-ups, Gear, and Special Weapons and his many adventures across the world, meeting and battling new friends and foes as well as stopping evil forces led by the the likes of characters like Joker, Kurayami, Erebos, Robo-Aozora, Chronos, Leonore, and Tsaressa.
- Main article: List of Characters
Currently, the series takes course over multiple timeline arcs, each taking place two years apart in-universe (three in the case of Arcs 3 and 4). They are listed along with their original year and month of creation.
Name In Other Languages
- Chinese (Traditional): 青空的冒險 (Qīngkōng de Màoxiǎn)
- Korean: 아오 조라 모험 (AoJola Moheom)