JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6: STONE OCEAN: Release And The Previous Journey:-
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6: The TV Series:
David Production’s Jojo no Kimyō no Bōken, translated to English as JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: The Animation is an adaptation of the Japanese manga series of the aforementioned name by Hirohko Araki. It is a four-season television series focusing on the succession of the Joestar family and their mysterious adventures carried down across generations since the 1800s. An adaptation including the blend of the first two parts of the Japanese manga: Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency, created the first season, which first aired on Tokyo MX, followed by 4 JNN stations, BS11, and finally the childhood guilty pleasure of 90’s kids- Animax! (Anybody else remembers practicing Goku’s Kamehameha? No? Just me?) Read below to know more about JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6.
Jojo was aired in North America by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Viz Media, then in the USA om Adult Swim’s Toonami, starting 2016. The second season is based on the third book, Stardust Crusaders aired in 2014, followed by the third season (on the fourth book) adapting Diamond Is Unbreakable in 2016. Meanwhile, the fourth season narrating the fifth part, Golden Wing, aired end of 2018, making it through half of 2019. After the 5th part of the show, which showed us Giovanna’s ambition to rise within the mafia by subverting the nemesis, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6 will focus on Jolyne Cujo, the girl from Jotaro, and the main character of the show.
JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken- The Manga:
Hirohiko Araki’s brainchild JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga is divided into eight story arcs covering 129 takōbon volumes that make it the largest anime manga series by volume count in Shueisha. The manga was originally published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine spanning seven long years (1987 to 2005) and then transferred to the monthly magazine Ultra Jump in 2005. The series has been sold to over a 100million avid fans so far, making it one of the best-selling manga series in the history of Japanese comics. It holds under its enormously impressive umbrella a media franchise of one-shot manga, video games, light novels, clothing, and whatnot. The series depicting a world of reality spiced up with supernatural elements has grasped the undivided attention of a huge fan base. Araki claims to put up elements that are inspired by the Western art of the 1980s and brilliant artists like Paul Gauguin.
Hirohiko And His Stunning Influences:
– Gauguin Influence: The inspiration of the extraordinary French post-impressionist artist, Paul Gauguin is pretty evident in Araki’s works. Be it the aesthetics, the drawing style, the intricately calculative designs; his works reek of Gauguin’s brilliance.
– Uniqueness in Fashion: The voluptuous avant-garde of Araki’s fashion sense portrayed in his characters is one of his most evident features. The boldness, abrupt nature, and contrast of his characters’ fashion sense make the series all the more exciting.
– British & American Pop music: Yes, you read that right. One of the biggest influences on especially the TV series is from the illustrator’s love for the genre. The uses of iconic songs like “Roundabout”, “Walk Like An Egyptian”, “I Want You” and even “Freek’N You” in the closing credits make the series even more iconic and not to mention groovy!
The Thrilling Story In Brief:
The Joestar family is possessed by incredible psychic powers. The show/comic captures the struggle of the cursed bloodline against the forces of evil. Commencing in 1880, Part I narrates the tale of Jonathan Joestar as he grows up and fights his adopted brother, the sly, evil Dio Brando. Narrative of a 1938 scenario, Part II follows the mishaps of Joseph Joestar, grandson of Jonathan Joestar as he masters the power crusading from the creators of the Stone Mask. Part III follows the journey of Jotaro Kujo his struggle to save his mother’s life by defeating Dio, once again. Followed by Part IV in Japan, 1999, where Josuke Higashikata, the illegitimate son of Joseph investigates the decade long abrupt homicides. Finally, a narrative of 2001, Part V portrays the passion of power where Giorno, the successor, and son of Dio exercises his ambition within the Neapolitan mafia by subverting its most vicious gang: Passione. Now, what will happen in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Dialogues You Just Cannot Miss Out On:
- “Hold it! I still have the right to raise… I raise you my mother’s soul.” – Jotaro Kujo
- “Ask for forgiveness from Enya, the woman you killed. But as for me, I never had the slightest intention of forgiving you.” – Jotaro Kujo
- “And that’s why I turned one of your pistols into a banana. It’s your last meal. Take your time… enjoy it.” – Giorno
- “Impossible? We did a lot of impossible things on this journey. I’m tired of hearing that things are impossible or useless. Those words mean nothing to us.” – Jotaro Kujo
- “I’m willing to see our transaction through, are you sir? I’m fighting to protect my family from those that wish it harm, I doubt very much that your resolve is equal to mine.” – Jonathan Joestar.
The series is rated 90% on Rotten Tomatoes.
- “A nigh-perfect adaptation from the source material, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure finally gets its chance to shine in anime form, with its utterly unique take on the shounen genre that is equal parts fun and action-packed, with a varied and gripping story and a memorable cast.”- Anime UK News
- “This 1980s manga classic is a cross between “The Eye of Argon” and glam rock. Muscular bodies that rival Fist of the North Star, dapper fashion, occasional duo-tone, and bold yet intricate pen lines tell a Victorian tale of manhood, complete with an archeological artifact that demands blood sacrifice”- Publisher’s Weekly.
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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Ocean Stone-
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6, Ocean Stone is to be renewed by the end of 2021.
Despite the confirmation of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6, the creators are yet to confirm a release date. It has obviously been affected by the global pandemic, and this may be the reason why they have not dropped their trailer of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6 yet. But JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6 is in every probability, to be released by the end of 2021.