Jolyne Cujoh’s voice actor from England Kira Buckland displays a stunning portrayal of Stone Ocean’s protagonist at this year’s Anime Expo.
Actress Kira Buckland demonstrated her love for Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure‘s Jolyne by playing Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure’s Jolyne.
Buckland who played Cujoh in Netflix’s English version of the show was seen in costume at Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure panel at this year’s Anime Expo in full cosplay. Fabrickind is a professional actor who created the character’s costume using a Diana Soreil wig. Buckland has been a long-time fan of the show and has cosplayed as Jolyne in the past, long before she was cast as the character. She said was “the biggest dream role of my career.”
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Buckland is known for her part in the role of the Stone Ocean rebellious hero. She has also starred in many other anime shows, including Edens Zero and To Your Eternity. Additionally, she was a star in the Netflix dub Kakegurui, Komi Can’t communicate. Jojo is also a part of the shonen-based anime megahit Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaaiba. She portrays the role of Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji. She will take on a major role in the adaptation of the anime of Swordsmith Village. A variety of her cosplays can be found on her Instagram page and she has appeared as a character from the Homestuck and Legend of Zelda franchises.
Buckland will reprise her role as Jolyne in Jolyne’s role in the Stone Ocean anime’s second part. The next episode of Stone Ocean anime will be available on Netflix at some point in the autumn. The long-awaited adaptation of the anime of the sixth arc of the saga premiered in December. The show is currently released in Japan regularly, by Netflix and Warner Bros. Japan will release the next set of episodes globally in 12 episodes every week. The show is set in the year 2011, and Stone Ocean moves the setting of the series to everyone’s favorite state, Florida which is centered around Jolyne Cujoh, the daughter of Stardust Crusader’s beloved hero Jotaro Kujo. Jolyne is sent to prison for a crime she didn’t commit, and when she is released she’s entangled in the family’s ongoing battle against Dio Brando and his followers.
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Stone Ocean’s original manga was released in 1999. It ran until 2003. Hirohiko Araki’s ongoing epic wrapped up Part 8 of the series, Jojolion, in 2021 and is currently suspended while Araki is off and begins work on Part 9 of the series, which is tentatively called “Jojolands.” The series is in the process of commemorating its 35th anniversary through several Jojo-themed exhibitions in Japan, and Araki was also a part of the 40th-anniversary celebrations coming up for Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball series by contributing some artwork for a commemorative event that publisher Shueisha will host.
Netflix offers Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure animated series.