By Evan Valentine
Netflix released Stone Ocean’s newest episodes earlier this month, further following JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure as Jolyne attempted to save her father’s life while also looking to escape the machinations created by Pucci, the villain who had a close relationship with Dio Brando. Now, the streaming service has confirmed that new episodes are coming down the pike to, potentially, bring to an end Jolyne’s story and the Stand battles she’s taken part in during her stint in Green Dolphin Street Prison.
When last we left Jolyne and her allies fighting to stay alive in Green Dolphin Street Prison, they had lost their friend Foo Fighters in the war against Pucci, with the Plankton Stand sacrificing herself in order to assist in Cujoh’s quest to both save her father and stop the nefarious priest’s plan. Unfortunately, it would seem that F.F. and her allies couldn’t stop Pucci as the final episode hinted that Dio’s friend might have achieved a major step in “reaching heaven”. The third and final part, should it follow the story laid out in Hirohiko Araki’s manga, will be the wildest installment in the series to date, which is saying something considering how wild JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has been to this point.
On Netflix‘s Official JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean page, the streaming service confirmed that “new episodes are coming soon”, with this final batch most likely covering the controversial finale of Jolyne’s story that threw readers for a loop when it was originally introduced:
Well this wasn’t here before, good job Netflix 🙂https://t.co/wpDTp887es
I checked the media center to see if they changed anything but it still shows the release date for batch 1. But hopefully this is a start to Netflix treating the series better for the final batch. pic.twitter.com/hgnpIWfJd0
While the finale of the Stone Ocean might be in sight, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’s story is far from finished, as there are two storylines that have yet to be brought to the small screen. Steelball Run and JoJolion aren’t just two of the most beloved arcs of the series, they also leave the original universe that we came to know and explore worlds that are far different from the original universe that introduced the Joestars. At present, Netflix hasn’t confirmed that they’ll remain the exclusive streaming service for the Joestars, though we would imagine that news, one way or the other, would arrive following Stone Ocean’s conclusion.
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