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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Is Now Streaming on Netflix. JoJo Anime’s Ending Song is Duffy’s ‘Distant Dreamer’. and Jolyne Voice Actresses Revealed

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean on Netflix. + Anime’s Ending Song

After generations of men leading the charge, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is bringing a woman’s touch to the anime.

After years of waiting, the hit series has brought Jolyne Cujoh to the small screen.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean has gone live at last, and Netflix is streaming the comeback.

So if you want to check out this latest piece of JoJo lore, you can add it to your queue right now.

So, let’s break things down. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean has made its global debut with help from Netflix. The streaming service has added the anime‘s first 12 episodes just for fans. This means netizens will have plenty to binge this holiday season, and more episodes will be added as JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure carries on.

For those needing some info on this impressive debut, the anime fandom has been waiting on Jolyne to arrive for ages. In the wake of Golden Wind, this sixth season introduces us to Jotaro’s estranged daughter. Jolyne finds herself living in Florida and ends up in prison after being framed for a crime.

But when she enters her cell, Jolyne learns the prison isn’t what it seems and her dad’s enemies outnumber her with ease.

This wild installment takes the JoJo franchise to a new level, and fans seem to be enamored with Stone Ocean so far. You can check out the show’s first 12 episodes right now if you’d like, or you can wait to binge the whole series in the future. So if you want more details on the series, you can read its official synopsis below:

“Florida, USA, 2011. Jolyne Cujoh is framed and sentenced to 15 years in jail after getting in a car accident with her boyfriend. “She ends up in Green Dolphin Street Prison, also known as ‘The Aquarium.’ Devastated, Jolyne takes her father’s pendant into her hand when a strange power awakens within her.

Inexplicable events happen one after another. While visiting, her father Jotaro Kujo reveals a terrifying truth and mentions a man named Dio. Will Jolyne Cujoh ever free herself from this ‘stone ocean’ that is a prison? Amid this, a century-old feud between Dio and the Joestars enters its climax.”

 

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean Anime’s Ending Song is Duffy’s ‘Distant Dreamer’

The anime series of Hirohiko Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean manga premiered on Netflix on Wednesday,

and the second episode reveals that the series’ ending theme is the 2008 “Distant Dreamer” song by Welsh singer Duffy. Universal Music Japan confirmed the ending theme song reveal on Twitter.

Netflix debuted 12 episodes of the anime globally on Wednesday. The series will air on television in Japan in January on Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS11.

david production is returning to produce the series. Kenichi Suzuki is returning from Parts 1-3 as the chief director, and Toshiyuki Kato (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable series director, Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan director) is the director. Yasuko Kobayashi is returning from the previous anime to handle the series composition, and Masanori Shino (Black Lagoon, Gungrave, No Guns Life) is the character designer. Shun’ichi Ishimoto (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind chief animation director) is the Stand designer. Yoshikazu Iwanami is returning as the sound director, and Yūgo Kanno is returning from Parts 3-5 as composer.

The singer ichigo from Kishida Kyōdan & The Akeboshi Rockets performs the opening theme song “Stone Ocean,” and the single launched digitally on Wednesday.
The manga is the sixth part of Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga, and it continues the story from the previous entries. Netflix describes the series:

Florida, U.S.A, 2011 After an accident while on a drive with her sweetheart, Jolyne Cujoh falls into a trap and is sentenced to fifteen years. She is sent to the state-run maximum-security correctional facility Green Dolphin Street Prison—AKA “the Aquarium.” On the verge of despair, she receives a pendant from her father that causes a mysterious power to awaken inside of her. “There are things in this world that are more terrifying than death, and what’s happening in this prison is definitely one of them.” A message from a mysterious boy who appears before Jolyne, inexplicable events that occur one after another, the horrifying truth told to her by her father when he comes to visit, and the name DIO… Will Jolyne ultimately be set free from this stone ocean they call a prison? The final battle to end century-long fateful confrontations between the Joestar family and DIO begins!

The Stone Ocean arc of the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga ran from 1999 to 2003, and has 17 volumes, consisting of volumes 64 through 80 of the overall manga.

david production has produced television anime series for all of the previous parts of the manga. The anime of the first two arcs, Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency, aired as a 26-episode series in 2012-2013. The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders anime aired for 24 episodes in 2014, and the second half, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Battle in Egypt Arc, aired for 24 episodes in 2015. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable aired for 39 episodes in 2016. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind aired for 39 episodes in 2018-2019.

Crunchyroll has streamed all of david production’s previous JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime as they aired. Viz Media is releasing the anime in North America, and has released up through JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind. Viz Media is also releasing the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga in English.

The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable arc also inspired a live-action film that opened in Japan in August 2017. Viz Media has licensed the film for home video.

 

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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Jolyne Voice Actresses Revealed

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean is streaming on Netflix, and the distributor revealed the various voice actresses for Jolyne Cujoh.

In addition to Ai Fairouz, other actresses like Kira Buckland are voicing her in various dubs.

The Japanese JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Jolyne voice actress was revealed alongside the December 2021 release date. She’s being voiced by Fairouz in that language.

Buckland revealed she is the English voice of Jolyne via Twitter. She expressed her desire to play the character for eight years when she did. Buckland’s played a JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure character before.

Jolyne Cujoh is the English voice of Reimi Sugimoto.

She’s also played 2B in NieR Automata, Honoka in Dead or Alive, Falke in Street Fighter V, Elise Schwarzer in Trails of Cold Steel, and Kyoko in River City Girls.

Buckland’s played a JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure character before. She’s the English voice of Reimi Sugimoto. She’s also played 2B in NieR Automata, Honoka in Dead or Alive, Falke in Street Fighter V, Elise Schwarzer in Trails of Cold Steel, and Kyoko in River City Girls.
Netflix later went on to reveal the other JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Jolyne voice actresses. Here’s the list of the other performers:

  • Brazilian Portuguese: Patt Souza
  • Castilian Spanish: Lu Ciernaga
  • German: Moira May
  • Spanish: Alondra Hidalgo

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean is now streaming on Netflix.

 

Who is Jolyne Voice Actresses on JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure?

In addition to Ai Fairouz, other actresses like Kira Buckland are voicing her in various dubs.