JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stone Ocean Part 2 episode decreased by Netflix

    The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stone Ocean Part 2 anime will evidently have 10 episodes, two fewer than Netflix originally announced.

    JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Episode 13 kicks off JoJo Stone Ocean Part 2. On April 15, 2022, Netflix announced Jojo Stone Ocean Part 2.

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    Surprisingly, the older Anime Japan 2022 trailer clearly stated, “Episodes 13 – 24 coming 2022,” but the newer Netflix Geeked tweet appears to behave lowered the number of episodes to ten.

    This difference cannot be explained away as a simple typo. Previously, the Netflix Geeked account said, “‘I’ll be greater than anyone.” ‘The Stone Ocean!’ episodes 13–22 will indeed be released in 2022.”

    JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure release date is in 2022

    As of the most recent update, Netflix, Studio David Production, or other company involved in the anime’s manufacturing had not officially confirmed the exact JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 2 release date.

    But we do know that there would be at least 22 episodes, and the launch date for JoJo Part 6 Episode 13 is set for Fall 2022.

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    Unfortunately, Netflix Geeked’s April 2022 declaration did not narrow the release date any further. The announcement also made no reference to whether Japanese TV stations will begin broadcasting JoJo Stone Ocean Part 2 a little later after the Streaming media release, as they did with Part 1.

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    Part 3 of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean end of the story arc in 2023

    While a lot is unknown about JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Part 2. So, what could be said with certainty is that 10 episodes are unquestionably insufficient. Meanwhile, covering the remainder of Jolyne Cujoh’s story and continuing until 2023.

    The final episode of JoJo Stone Ocean Part 3 will be quite shocking because it changes the entire JoJo consistency as a sort of set-up for the newer manga parts, JoJo Part 7: Steel Ball Run, JoJo Part 8: JoJolion, and JoJo Lands.


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