The platform Netflix announced that the anime adaptation of the manga JoJo's bizarre adventure: Diamond is unbreakable ((JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 4: Diamant wa Kudakenai) will be published in its catalog in Latin America on June 26th. This adaptation consists of a total of thirty-nine episodes and is listed as "Season 3" by the platform, since "Parts 1 and 2" of the original manga have been adapted into a common season.

On the other hand, Diamond is unbreakable is the fourth part of the manga JoJo's bizarre adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko araki. It was originally published in the magazine Weekly shonen jump from the publisher Shueisha between 1992 and 1995, which cover the compilation volumes 29 to 47 of the entire work.

The 39-episode animated adaptation originally premiered in April 2016 and was produced by the studios. David production, Headed by Naokatsu Tsuda, Toshiyuki Kato Y. Yuuta Takamuraand scripts from Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, Shinichi Inotsume, Shougo Yasukawa Y. Yasuko Kobayashi.

Synopsis of JoJo's bizarre adventure: Diamond is unbreakable

The year is 1999. Morioh, a normally calm and peaceful town, has recently become a hotbed of strange activity. Joutarou Kuujou, now a marine biologist, goes to the mysterious city to meet Jousuke Higashikata. While the two may seem strange at first, Jousuke is actually the illegitimate son of Joutarou's grandfather Joseph Joestar. When they meet, Joutarou realizes that he may have more in common with Jousuke than just a blood relative.

Along with the meek Kouichi Hirose and the exuberant Okuyasu Nijimura, the group is investigating the recent disappearance and other suspicious events in Morioh. With the help of the power of the estates, the four men will face danger at every turn as it is up to them to unravel the city's secrets before another happens.

Fountain: Netflix

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