JoJo's bizarre adventure, Hirohiko Araki's most famous work, has received several animated adaptations, which, however, remain in the fifth part of the work. An implementation for Stone Ocean is currently expected and a new hint gives fans hope that it is getting closer and closer.
As the announcements of the big JoJo Bizarre Adventure-themed event that is about to take place are eagerly awaited, fans' eyes remain steadfast sixth part of the manga with Jolyne Kujo and the opportunity to see his adventures in an anime version.
The story that began on the weekly Shonen Jump pages in 1999 tells the usual Fights between stand holders First, however, to have set up a prison in which Jotaro Kujo's daughter is locked up, the latter being the main character of the third part of the work, for a crime he did not commit.
The latest discovery was shared by Twitter user StickerTricker, who discovered it "Stone Ocean" as a registered trademark and, as you can read in the post that was posted at the bottom of the news, along with some friends who tried to confirm that this is not a joke that goes back to the March 1st creation date.
For now No official news was released about a possible new anime for the opera. However, the fans' discoveries could be a clue to an upcoming announcement. What do you think about it? Let us know in the comments below.
In the meantime, here's a fan trailer from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean.
"商標" means it is a registered trademark, so someone actually registered it and it was approved. We don't know whether or not someone can approve a trademark just as a prank. And they say it was filed on March 1st, but renewed / updated on March 16th.- STICKER (@StickerTricker) April 1, 2021