On December 1, 2021, all 12 episodes of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 6: Stone Ocean by Araki were added to Netflix. Surprisingly, Netflix streamed the whole batch at once instead of dropping one episode a week. But 12 episodes aren’t enough to quench the thirst. Now, fans don’t want their lives to fall apart before Netflix announces when Jojo Stone Ocean Episode 13 will be available.
But neither Netflix nor David Productions are saying anything. That’s not the only thing they’re not saying. Fans have heard that Jojo Part 7 is being made.
The anime JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures Part 7: Steel Ball Run is eagerly awaited by fans and is sure to capture their attention once again. On October 5, 2012, the first episode of JJBA Season 1 was shown for the first time in Japan. We also know that Stone Ocean Part 2 hasn’t come out yet and that the story is far from over. But let’s take a look at what we know so far about whether or when Jojo Part 7 will come out.
Will there be an anime of Jojo Part 7: Steel Ball Run in 2023?
The creators of Jojo’s Part 7 anime haven’t said if they plan to work on it yet. But we have already given ourselves a treat by watching the anime episodes of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Part 2 from September 1, 2022.
After the Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Part 2 anime has ended, it is reasonable to expect to hear about the next one, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Steel Ball Run. Officially, no one knows anything about it. But we can make guesses based on the last six times Jojo’s parts came out.
Jojo Part 7 Spoilers
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Steel Ball Run is the seventh book in Araki’s Jojo series. In terms of continuity, the manga takes place in a different timeline than Jojo Parts 1–6. Steel Ball Run came out in 95 chapters, which started coming out in 2003 and ended in 2011.
As the story moves to a different world, the main character of the series is now a different Jojo.
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Steel Ball Run is set in the United States in 1890, and it starts with Johnny Joestar. Even in this different world, the stands and weirdness that are typical of Jojo are still there. Johnny Joestar is a paraplegic who used to be a jockey.
He enters Steel Ball Run, a horse race that takes place all over the country and has an amazing prize. When Johnny meets Gyro Zeppeli, they start out as enemies but end up becoming friends.
They meet dangerous races and enemies, and then they meet a mysterious man named Diego Brando, who is this world’s version of Dio Brando. He leads them down a strange and dangerous path that also involves a God.
Do Any Jojo Part 7 Anime Leaks Exist?
A Reddit user found out a few days ago that Jojo Part 6 may not be the only one being made. An anime version of Jojo Part 7: Steel Ball Run is also being made. He made the prediction based on a patent document he found that said the Steel Ball Run and Stone Ocean were both patented on the same day.
No one yet knows what to expect. But the main focus of the possibilities is the upcoming Steel Ball Run anime.
Who will play roles in Steel Ball Run?
This is just a guess that the studio will keep the main characters. Look into them!
- Johnny Josephstar
- Gyro Zeppeli
- Lucy Stahl
- Steven Steel
- Diego Brando
- Mount Hot Pants Tim \sWekapipo
What are Netflix and David Production’s jobs?
The David Production studio knows that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is their most popular anime series and that they can’t let it go. But the animation studio is busy with Fire Force, Urusei Yatsura, and Undead Unluck. This will keep them busy at least until 2023.
Also, keep in mind what Kohei Asiya, the animation director for Golden Wind, said in 2019 about the possible JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 7 anime: “Making a Steel Ball Run anime would cost a lot of money.”
But Netflix can help speed things up in a different way if they decide to give the help that Steel Ball Run needs to be made.
Considering all of this, it’s likely that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 7 won’t come out for at least two years. David Production will have to spend a lot of time getting ready to do the original manga justice, which takes a lot of time.