Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Stone Ocean Is Coming To Netflix, Reveals First Trailer

After a long wait, the first trailer and a release date for the upcoming Stone Ocean season of the Jojo's Bizarre Adventure anime have been revealed.

The new trailer was unveiled during a livestream that was promoted as having some new details regarding the future of the Jojo's Bizarre Adventure anime, and those teasers did not disappoint: the new trailer shows new protagonist Jolene Cujoh being sent to prison, and also features a surprise appearance from her father, the hero of the Stardust Crusaders arc and one of the series' most popular characters, Jotaro Kujo. As was previously announced, Jolene Cujoh will be voiced by actor Fairouz Ai, while Daisuke Ono will once again return to reprise the role of Jotaro.

The livestream also revealed a premiere date for the highly anticipated anime: the series will be released in December, and surprisingly, it will make its worldwide debut on Netflix.

The Stone Ocean arc is part six of eight in the on-going saga of the Joestar family. The first chapter of Hirohiko Araki's stylish epic was first published in 1987, and in the more than 30 years since, the saga of Joseph Joestar and his descendants has continued through over 130 manga volumes, multiple anime adaptations and several video games. Each part of the series features a different protagonist in a new era and setting. The Stone Ocean arc is set in Florida ten years after the events of the previous arc, Golden Wind, which took place in Italy following the turn of the millennium.

The current Jojo's Bizarre Adventure anime is available for streaming on Hulu, Netflix and Crunchyroll. The first five parts of the manga have been released and localized in English by VIZ Media.

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