We’re just days away from the anime following Jolyne Cujoh and her quest to save her father from the nefarious Pucci releasing his final episodes, and get fans excited for the grand finale, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has begun an artistic countdown and is sharing new art for the close. Based on the wild earlier installments that followed the series’ first female protagonist, anime fans should brace themselves for what’s to come as this latest batch of episodes is among the most incredible in the show yet.
The last time we left Jolyne and Ermes, after the demise of the strange Plankton Stand known as Foo Fighters, they had both decided they had to escape from Green Dolphin Street Penitentiary to fight Pucci as he got closer and closer to the reaching his goal. of reaching heaven. With the previous batch of episodes where the priest revealed his plans that he helped formulate thanks to input from the late villain Dio Brando, the revenge plot against the Joestars was just a bonus to his ultimate goals. The final episodes will be released on Netflix on December 1, though the streaming service has yet to say whether they’ll be bringing future arcs like Steel Ball Run and JoJolion exclusively to their platform.
JoJo’s Bizarre Finale
The official Twitter account for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures Anime shared a new sketch of Foo Fighters, honoring the fallen Stand, while also taking the opportunity to prepare fans for the Stone Ocean ending, which is sure to fool more than a few fans thanks to the wild events:
【「ジョジョ の の 奇妙 な 冒険 ストーン オーシャン オーシャン」 第 第 第 話 話 〜 最終 話 話 第 第 第 38 話 12/1 木） より より より より 全 独占 先行 配信 ！！ ！！】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】】
本日はサブキャラクターデザイン from website
— TVアニメ『ジョジョの奇妙な冒険』公式 (@anime_jojo) November 25, 2022
Stone Ocean’s controversial ending swings the doors open to an alternate reality that introduces a host of new Joestars in a number of unique scenarios. For example, Steel Ball Run introduces the concept of a horse race across the country, where the winner of the race gets their heart’s desire. Needless to say, seeing Stand fight during horse racing helped make it a favorite entry in Hirohiko Araki’s long-running series. JoJolion, on the other hand, doesn’t have much to offer in terms of horseback riding, although it takes us back to a familiar location with a major twist.
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