Stone Ocean, Part 6 of Hirohiko Araki’s continuous JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga, is at long last accepting an anime variation.
Stone Ocean, Part 6 of Hirohiko Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga, is at long last getting a vivified variation.
The anime was uncovered with a declaration trailer as a feature of the “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure the Animation Special Event ~JOESTAR Inherited Soul ~” Livestream occasion. The trailer exhibits a film from the past five pieces of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure prior to presenting the anime plan for the following JoJo, Jolyne Cujoh.
Computer-based intelligence Farouz (Takechiyo in Yashahime: Princess Half-Demon) will voice Jolyne, the principal female hero in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure establishment. The declaration trailer closes with Farouz playing out Jolyne’s “yare dawa” (“for mercy’s sake”) expression, which might be compared to her dad Jotaro Kujo’s expression “yare dazo.”
Fairouz’s assertion on the declaration, as converted into English by Anime News Network, peruses as follows:
I can’t live without JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure arrangement, and it is additionally what enlivened me to take on voice-going about as a calling. So when I heard that I would have been ready to take an interest in the arrangement, I was lost for words and amazed that “Even a Stand would be blown to the moon.” I cried to such an extent as it was in a real sense the second my fantasy materialized, which I have pursued over for a very long time.
I adore and respect Jolyne as a character and her wonderful, solid nature invigorated me particularly during my understudy years, so I am appreciative for the chance to voice Jolyne.
A banner for the Stone Ocean anime was likewise delivered alongside the declaration:
It’s been very nearly a long time since the finish of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind anime transformation. Despite the fact that no delivery date for the Stone Ocean anime has been uncovered at this point, the hang tight for a Part 6 anime has become significantly more limited.
The Stone Ocean manga ran in Weekly Shonen Jump from 1999 to 2003, adding up to 17 volumes. Hirohiko Araki is at present composing JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 8: JoJolion for the seinen magazine Ultra Jump.
The initial five pieces of the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime broadcasted on Adult Swim’s Toonami block in the United States and are accessible spilling on Crunchyroll and TubiTV. Parts 1-4 are likewise accessible on Hulu. Subsequently Spoke Kishibe Rohan, a four-scene OVA side project zeroing in on the manga craftsman character from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable, is accessible on Netflix.