The expectations are very high Jojo's bizarre adventure: Stone Ocean, the anime adaptation of the sixth installment of Hirohiko Araki's gem that fans have been waiting for for over two years. Yesterday the animation studio responsible for the project revealed many updates, all of them the new trailer.

The first promotional video of Jojo Part 6 actually shows the technical quality of David production who stubbornly continues his work on the adaptation of the famous manga by Araki Sensei. As if that wasn't enough, the trailer revealed that Netflix has acquired the rights to broadcast the anime that will be included in the catalog worldwide in December 2021.

The American giant has also published an initial synopsis of Jojo: Stone Ocean, which follows: "Florida, USA, 2011. Jolyne Kujo is found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison after being in a car accident with her boyfriend. It ends up in jail on Green Dolphin Street, also known as The Aquarium. Jolyne takes the pendant her father gave her, disturbed, and when she holds it in her hands, a strange force seems to awaken in her. Fates worse than death exist and the people in this prison stand before them. Inexplicable events follow one another. When her father Jotaro visits her, he reveals a terrible truth and tells her about a man named God: Will Jolyne regain her freedom by getting out of prison compared to an ocean of stone? Meanwhile, the ancient battle between God and the joestars is preparing to reach its climax."

In that regard, cosplayer Momo recently had an extraordinary personal take on Jolyne, Main heroine of the sixth part, with the result that you can admire at the bottom of the news. And instead, what do you think of this fascinating cosplay, do you like the artist's work? Let us know with a comment below.

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