Hirohiko Araki is a Japanese artist, best known for creating the long-running manga series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Born and raised in Sendai, Japan, he became interested in drawing mangas at a tender age. His father was a huge manga fan, and this led Hirohiko to develop an interest in the field. Following his high-school graduation, he began creating manga art full-time. He began his career in 1983, with the one-shot manga titled Poker Under Arms. While his initial few mangas helped him develop his style, he went on to achieve worldwide success with the manga titled JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, which became an international success, selling more than 100 million copies. Hirohiko went on to become a huge celebrity in Japan and drew more successful mangas. He is known for his Western-influenced style that is heavy on gore, violence, and profanity. He has collaborated with many more artists and even brands, such as Gucci, over the years. He also wrote a novel called Manga in Theory and Practice, in which he spoke about his working method in detail.