Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Clues to the Imminent Arrival of the Stone Ocean Anime

Fans of Jojo's bizarre adventure I am waiting for a hint of the animated series' return, both with the new season of Stone Ocean starring Jolyne Kujo and with the OAV focusing on Rohan and Fugo.

It appears that an employee from the animation department leaked a notice Fans don't have to wait long to see the return of the Hirohiko Araki series.

While the manga continues to be published with JojolionOpera fans are waiting for the animated adaptation to arrive in Italy in all of its bizarre beauty.

The latest series, Jojo's bizarre adventure, golden windhad as the protagonist Giorno Giovanna, the son of Dio Brando, who is technically part of the Joestar line, if we believe that the vampire took possession of the body of his rival Jonathan Joestar at the end of the first season of the comic and anime.

In Stone Ocean we won't see Giorno, who is now the full leader of the Passion Band, but he will pass the ball on to the only female Jojo, Jolyne.

As the previous Araki series also did masterfully Stone ocean it will transport us to a whole new world. This time we are in America, where the girl with the star tattoo is locked in a maximum security prison.

Megumi Itoi, Animator and anime director of Jojo's bizarre adventure, shared a post on Twitter that he is currently working on four different projects but is finding it really difficult to draw them separately. Among these, says Itoi, there is also Jojo, who has to be drawn differently depending on the department.

To dispel doubts about the series' imminent arrival, Warner Bros registers the dominance of Jojo Stone Ocean's bizarre adventures. On the other hand, if you're one of those people who doesn't yet know whether to start Jojo or not, let yourself be mesmerized by the five things that made Jojo's first series unique.

Do you look forward to the return of Jojo's bizarre adventure? What's your favorite booth and why? Let us know in the comments!

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