Jojo Stone Ocean Part 3 to be released on Dec 1

Woodinville, WA USA - circa February 2022: Angled view of a collection of Jojo`s Bizarre Adventure manga inside of a Barnes and
(Photo of Jojo Bizarre Adventure books. Photo credit: ColleenMichaels)

By Harold Nguyen

SAN JOSE, CALIF. – Part of the well known series, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Jojo Stone Ocean part 3 will be returning to Netflix on Dec 1, 2022.

The film is expected to contain a total of 38 episodes. Season 5 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure has a total of 3 parts. The first part was released on Dec 1, 2021. The second part was released on Sep 1, 2022, and the final part will be released on Dec 1, 2022.

The season is based around a new main character named . Jolyne Cujoh is the daughter of Jotaro Cujoh, who was the main character in the series Stardust Crusaders. Jolyne Cujoh was framed for murder by a disciple of Dio Brando so that she would be assassinated inside the prison. After receiving strange powers from a pendant she got from her father. Cujoh decides to try and save her father, who got his stand disc stolen from him.

Logan Tran, a student at Silver Creek High School stated, “I think the last two parts were very suspenseful because when they released the episodes they just left the last one on like a cliffhanger, for example when Pucci gets c-moon but he doesn’t show the stand. But other than that I believe the show is pretty cool and eventful so far.” Another student, Alex Luong said, “Stone Ocean is simply not as well-made as the other parts of the JoJo series, it lacks a defining villain, compared to SteelBall Run or even Diamond is Unbreakable, the villain feels lackluster. The character development of our MC is not as compelling as our other protagonists.”

Jojo Stone Ocean is a solid show to watch when bored or just browsing on Netflix. With the additional release of Stone Ocean Part 3, it’s guaranteed to bring in new viewers to the show given how popular the series gets with every release of a new part.

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