JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean
Japanese: ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 ストーンオーシャン

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 17
Chapters: 158
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 7, 1999 to Apr 8, 2003
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ShounenShounen
Authors: Araki, Hirohiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)

Statistics

Score: 8.161 (scored by 5989659,896 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #4212
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Popularity: #55
Members: 97,689
Favorites: 6,667
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Synopsis

In Florida, 2011, Jolyne Kuujou sits in a jail cell like her father Joutarou once did; yet this situation is not of her own choice. Framed for a crime she didn’t commit, and manipulated into serving a longer sentence, Jolyne is ready to resign to a dire fate as a prisoner of Green Dolphin Street Jail. Though all hope seems lost, a gift from Joutarou ends up awakening her latent abilities, manifesting into her Stand, Stone Free. Now armed with the power to change her fate, Jolyne sets out to find an escape from the stone ocean that holds her.

However, she soon discovers that her incarceration is merely a small part of a grand plot: one that not only takes aim at her family, but has additional far-reaching consequences. What's more, the mastermind is lurking within the very same prison, and is under the protection of a lineup of menacing Stand users. Finding unlikely allies to help her cause, Jolyne sets course to stop their plot, clear her name, and take back her life.

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Background

JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean was published in Italian by Star Comics from February 2002 to April 2004.

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Sep 28, 2009
Beatnik (All reviews)
Women in prison. Ok, got your attention.

Featuring one of the most ridiculously tense and violent games of catch-ball ever, Stone Ocean is even better than part 5 of the JoJo saga. If Golden Wind was the zenith of the JoJo franchise, then Stone Ocean is the apex. Ok, they both mean the same thing but you get the idea.

Starring the daughter of the stoic, bland, yet incredibly powerful Jotaro, the story has jumped a few years to 2011, Florida, USA. Jolyne is in a 'pinch' as the Japanese love to say. She's on her way to a sprawling prison complex read more
Apr 24, 2015
Realhumanbean (All reviews)
In what can be considered the grand finale of Jojo, Stone Ocean has a lot to live up to. But does it deliver?

STORY: 9/10
Stone Ocean starts 10 years after Golden Wind. It follows Jotaro’s daughter, Jolyne, as she’s wrongfully imprisoned in a jail whose warden, the mysterious Father Pucci, my have ties to DIO.

Stone Ocean is one of the more dramatic Parts. It is much more story focused than other Parts, who used their stories as excuses to go on a voyage to encounter fight after fight. Stone Ocean’s plot is one that truly concludes Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure up until this point, read more
Jan 24, 2020
SynthwaveCrusade (All reviews)
Arguably the most controversial part in all of JoJo, JoJo's sixth instalment of the now iconic franchise is one of the most split parts of JoJo, many loving and hating it at the same time, with all the negatives do I still think this is a good read? if your looking for my answer then it is yes.

Q: Should I read JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 6: Stone Ocean?

A: Part 6 is probably the one part of JoJo I would not recommend to new comers of the series, part 6 is heavily referential to the other parts and is not good for new comers read more
May 28, 2020
Yazawa-Ism (All reviews)
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6 is a nasty piece of shit and helped confirm in my mind how lazy Hirohiko Araki's writing truly is. Any positive points to make about this part are completely over shadowed by Araki's mediocre and laughably shallow "Stand User of The Week" formula, which has been prevalent in previous JoJo parts but has been no more detrimental to the story than it is here, as an abundance of irrelevant fights take place over a large number of chapters all for the sake of padding out this incredibly shallow story. In parts 3 and 5 this formula at least fits the read more

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