Jolyne Takes the Spotlight: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Voice Actor’s Impressive Cosplay

Jolyne Cujoh’s English voice actor Kira Buckland displays a stunning performance as Stone Ocean’s main character at this year’s Anime Expo.

Actress Kira Buckland demonstrated her love for Kira Buckland’s love of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure‘s Jolyne by cosplaying the character.

Buckland The voice actor, Buckland for Cujoh in Netflix’s English dub, was spotted in costume at Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure panel this year at Anime Expo. He was dressed in full costume. Fabrickind, a professional cosplayer created the character’s costume using the Diana Soreil wig. Buckland is a big fan of the series. She was previously cosplayed by Jolyne before being selected for the role.

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In addition to portraying the rebellious Stone Ocean hero, Buckland has starred in several other well-known anime series, like Edens Zero, and To Your Eternity as well as the Netflix dubs of Kakegurui and Komi Can’t communicate. Jojo is also a part of the shonen-based anime megahit Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaaiba. Here, she portrays the role of Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji. She’ll take on a major role in the anime series adaptation of Swordsmith Village. More of her cosplay is available on her Instagram page, where she has also appeared as characters from the Homestuck and Legend of Zelda franchises.

Buckland will reprise her role as Jolyne in the Stone Ocean anime’s second part. The next episode of the Stone Ocean anime will be available on Netflix sometime in the fall. The long-awaited adaptation of the anime of the sixth arc of the series debuted in December. While it is being released in Japan every week, Netflix and Warner Bros. Japan will launch the next round of episodes worldwide in 12 episodes each. The Stone Ocean is set in 2011, and it features Jolyne Cujoh as the main character. She is known as the famous Stardust Crusader hero Jotarokujo’s daughter. Jolyne is sent to prison for a crime she didn’t commit. Once there she’s entangled in the ongoing battle between her family and Dio Brando’s followers.

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The first Stone Ocean manga was published in 1999 and ran through 2003. Hirohiko Araki’s ongoing epic wrapped up the first part 8 of the series, Jojolion, in 2021 and is currently suspended as Araki breaks and begins work on Part 9 of the series, which is tentatively called “Jojolands.” It is currently celebrating its 35th year with the release of Jojo-themed exhibitions across Japan. Araki also contributed artwork to the commemorative show that was hosted by Shueisha and marks the 40th anniversary of Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball series.

Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure anime is available for streaming on Netflix.

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