JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean has a release date

During the Netflix Festival Japan 2021 has finally been announced the release date of Stone Ocean, the sixth part of the anime series based on the manga Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure from Hirohiko Araki.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure 6: Stone Ocean will arrive exclusively streaming on Netflix on 1 December 2021 in all countries where the service is active.

As we already know this sixth season will adapt the narrative arc Stone Ocean of the original manga published from 1999 to 2003 for a total of 17 volumes (from 64 to 80). The story follows that of the previous chapters of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, a work that in our country is published by Star Comics.

JoJo 6: Stone Ocean texture and details

Florida, USA, 2011. After an accident while traveling with his girlfriend, Jolyne Cujoh falls into a trap and is sentenced to fifteen years. She is imprisoned in the Green Dolphin Street maximum security state prison, also known as “the Aquarium”.

On the verge of despair, she receives a pendant from her father that awakens a mysterious power within her. “There are things in this world that are more terrifying than death, and what’s going on in this prison is definitely one of them.” A message from a mysterious boy who appears before Jolyne, inexplicable events that happen one after another, the horrible truth told by her father when he comes to visit her, a mysterious written by Dio Brando containing instructions for such disproportionate power to speed up time and create parallel worlds!

Will Jolyne eventually break free from this place they call prison?

The final battle begins to end the fateful centuries-old clashes between the Joestar family and Dio!

David Production returns to produce the anime after having made the previous adaptations of the first five chapters of Araki’s work.

Yasuko Kobayashi is responsible for the composition of the series, while Masanori Shino (Black Lagoon, No Guns Life) took care of the character design with Shun’ichi Ishimoto (Jojo – Golden Wind) who is the stand designer.

Yoshikazu Iwanami is the sound director and Yugo Kanno (Jojo parts 3-5) composed the soundtrack.

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