JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has been in its manga and anime series for a long time, but thousands of fans are still looking forward to its exciting future. Shihai, the sixth part (and fifth season) of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is currently in production, and some new elements have been introduced to make it stand out from other software packages.
For one thing, there’s a new lead – his voice actor used to be a fan of everything JoJo – and he also adapted one of the most popular arcs in comics. The only question now is: when will it come out? Below, we take a look at the latest guesses on Stone Ocean’s release date and how it handles the schedule. In addition, there are the latest trailers and more news about JoJo’s bizarre adventure.
Official Release Date of Stone Ocean
At the time of writing, there is no release date for Stone Ocean yet. But this does not mean that we have to wait a few years to see it.
A rough look at how Jinfeng (the season before Shihai) was first shown to the world will help us better understand when to expect a new chapter. Announced on June 21, 2018, Golden Wind revealed almost immediately that it will be streaming the fall 2018 anime season on Crunchyroll. However, this time we were not so lucky. This shows one of two things: either the 2022 release date, or the show expects the traditional mid-year announcement to be part of the fall 2021 lineup.
It is worth noting that “Golden Wind” was broadcast four months later. In the initial announcement of the third season, the Diamonds Unbreakable was announced six months before the official premiere.
JoJo’s team usually doesn’t like to build buzz before everything is ready. Our guess? October 2021 or April 2022 are two different possibilities. Look at this space and any possible overlap with Attack on Titan’s season 4 comeback date.
Cast for the series
And of course fans of the series must certainly be curious about what new or old characters they should find in part 6′. Each part of the series has been known to have a different protagonist each time, so we really curious to know who will be next. Fortunately, the trailer gave us a good look at this new JoJo, a young blonde with Chunli’s bun and ponytail. The accompanying text indicates that her name is Joleyne Cujoh.
Jolyne will be played by the Japanese voice actress Ai Fairouz who has appeared in popular anime such as “Dr. Stone” and “One Punch Man”. According to Animation News Network, Fairouz is a big fan of “JJBA” and said that playing Joleyne is a “dream come true”.
As of now, “Stone Ocean” has no other official casting announcements. However, the original manga featured characters from the early part. Mainly the protagonists of Part 3, Kiyotaro Kujo and (although their names are spelled differently) Qiao Lin’s estranged father. Of course, this means that the iconic Jotaro voice actor Daisuke Ono and his equally acclaimed British dubbing partner Matthew Mercer will once again voice another bizarre entry in the Josta legend.
Which part of manga is going to be adopted?
In terms of specific manga volumes, Shihai Animation will be adapted from a 17-volume story run in the Junior Jump from 2000 to 2003. Unless there is a big difference with the original material, it will play Joleyne Cujoh as a wrongly framed woman for a murder by followers of the villain of the DIO series. During her imprisonment, she had to work hard to survive with a group of inmates under the supervision of Prison Priest Enrico Pucci (Enrico Pucci).
It is also worth noting that if all goes well, this will not be the last season of “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure”. That’s because there are still two parts that have not been adapted, Steel Ball Run and JoJolion Legend. When all is said, this should bring the total number of sections to eight and the total number of seasons to seven.
Where can you stream it?
Stone Ocean has not announced the official streamer, but we can expect Crunchyroll to show off the subtitled version of JoJo’s bizarre adventure again, hoping that these episodes will be broadcast on the same day as Japan. Fingers crossed.
If you want to catch up, Crunchyroll is by far the best destination, whether you are in the United States or the United Kingdom. Animation streaming is currently available for all four seasons, and if you subscribe to the service, Hulu owns the first three seasons in the United States.