New key art released for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure revisits Stone Ocean


Last year, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean reached its epic conclusion on Netflix, concluding the captivating story of Jolyne Cujoh. In the final moments, the cunning and villainous Pucci briefly achieved his dream, reshaping reality and forever altering the trajectory of Hirohiko Araki’s beloved franchise. As a tribute to Jolyne’s journey and the memorable characters of the Green Dolphin Street Prison, a stunning new key art has been unveiled in anticipation of the upcoming Blu-Ray release.

Jolyne Cujoh, accompanied by her powerful Stand, Stone Free, made her debut in the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean manga back in 2000. When the series concluded in 2003, creator Hirohiko Araki took the opportunity to venture into a whole new universe, leaving behind the original timeline that marked the beginning of the Joestar family’s extraordinary adventures. The subsequent installment in the franchise, Steel Ball Run, takes us on a thrilling Stand-infused horse race across the country, where the victor’s greatest wish is granted. While fans eagerly await news of a potential anime adaptation for Steel Ball Run, the animation studio behind the recent JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series, David Production, has remained tight-lipped, fueling speculation and excitement among the fanbase.

In celebration of the final Blu-Ray box set release, the newly revealed key art showcases Jolyne Cujoh and her loyal allies standing side-by-side, ready to face any challenge that comes their way. The highly anticipated Blu-Ray set is set to hit shelves in Japan on May 31st, granting fans the opportunity to relive the exhilarating and unpredictable finale that has etched its place in anime history. While Netflix served as the exclusive platform for streaming Jolyne’s adventure, it has yet to confirm whether future anime installments featuring the Joestar bloodline will find their home on the platform.

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Beyond the thrilling conclusion of Stone Ocean, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure continues to make waves in 2023. This summer, fans will be treated to the release of a live-action feature film in Japan titled “Rohan At The Louvre.” The film follows the beloved fictional manga artist, Rohan Kishibe, as he embarks on an inspiring journey to France in search of artistic inspiration. On the manga front, the ongoing series “The JOJOLands” delves into the extraordinary quests of the new Joestars, Jodio and Dragona, who find themselves entangled in a daring diamond heist alongside the iconic Kishibe Rohan. With thrilling developments across various mediums, there has never been a more exciting time to be a fan of the Joestar lineage and the incredible world of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.

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