Everyone knows that life is a JoJo reference. Pop culture is a JoJo reference. Fashion is a JoJo reference. Mathematics. Mayans. America. Nazis. The gold rush. Even your mama is a JoJo reference. But did you know Korra was a JoJo reference? Yes, even Avatar: The Legend of (sweet) Korra was a JoJo reference. Why? Well, you can read the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure manga, written in the early 2000s to find out.
Or you can sit back and relax ‘cause we are about to get the anime debut of Jolyne Cujoh in Part Six Stone Ocean.
The creator of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Hirohiko Araki, has been playing with sexy body images since his early JoJo days, eventually manifesting into the beautiful Jolyne.
Going from ox-like men to slender runway models, using the power of the mind as strength being the main theme, it was only natural that we would finally have a lady added to the mix.
Though being sexy is certainly a feature among the Joestar family, it isn’t unique to them.
As we all know Dio is one sexy ass pirate but he certainly isn’t a Joestar.
What really makes a Joestar is a willingness to fight (or nigerundayo) for their love that sets them apart.
We have all been waiting for this moment to see the beastly and noble Jolyne show us the feminine side of kicking major idiot ass and embarrassing fools. All while staying real humble.
LET’S GET BIZARRE UP IN THIS JOINT.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part Six Stone Ocean is currently in production with no set air date. Stay tuned to find out more!
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