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“Do you believe in Gravity?”

— Enrico Pucci

Part 6 of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, subtitled Stone Ocean, is preceded by Golden Wind and followed by Steel Ball Run. Jolyne Cujoh is the JoJo for this part, and Enrico Pucci is the main antagonist. Pucci's Agents and DIO's sons are this part's villainous factions.

This is the final part set in the original continuity, cutting the thread of fate that binds the Joestars and DIO. Part 7 begins within a new series that is not connected to the first six parts.

Originally titled Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean, the manga first released in Weekly Shonen Jump from 2000 to 2003.

Stone Ocean is currently being adapted into a TV anime as the fifth season of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation. The first chapter, consisting of 12 episodes, premiered exclusively on Netflix on December 1st, 2021. Chapter 2 is set to release on September 1st, 2022.

The Part 6 manga began officially releasing in English starting in January 2022 on the Shonen Jump App, during the same time as VIZ's Golden Wind's hard cover serialization.

Official Description

Netflix description

Florida, U.S.A, 2011 -- After an accident while on a drive with her sweetheart, Jolyne Cujoh falls into a trap and is sentenced to fifteen years at the state-run maximum-security correctional facility Green Dolphin Street Prison—AKA "the Aquarium." On the verge of despair, she receives a pendant from her father that causes a mysterious power to awaken inside of her. "There are things in this world that are more terrifying than death, and what's happening in this prison is definitely one of them." A message from a mysterious boy who appears before Jolyne, inexplicable events that occur one after another, the horrifying truth told to her by her father when he comes to visit, and the name DIO… Will Jolyne ultimately be set free from this stone ocean they call a prison? The final battle to end the century-long, fateful confrontations between the Joestar family and DIO begins!!


In Florida in 2011, follows Jotaro Kujo's daughter Jolyne Cujoh after she is sent to prison for a crime she did not commit. While learning about the bizarre rules and prisoners in the Green Dolphin Street Prison, Jolyne discovers the evil plot perpetrated by Enrico Pucci to steal her father's memory, and read the contents of a diary left behind by DIO, which tell of a way to reach "Heaven" and let Pucci be able to change fate. Jolyne is accompanied by Ermes Costello, Emporio Alniño, Foo Fighters, Narciso Anasui, and Weather Report, as they attempt to save Jotaro and stop Pucci. The story ends with five of them, including Jotaro, being killed by Pucci, as his plans come to fruition and the universe is reset. He is ultimately defeated by Emporio, which causes the universe to be reset again, creating a new world untouched by Pucci's influence, ending the curse of the Joestar bloodline for good.


Chapter 1

Episode No. No. In Series Image Episode Name First Air Date
1 153
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"Stone Ocean" December 1st, 2021
2 154
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"Stone Free" December 1st, 2021
3 155
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"The Visitor, Part 1" December 1st, 2021
4 156
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"The Visitor, Part 2" December 1st, 2021
5 157
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"Prisoner of Love" December 1st, 2021
6 158
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"Ermes' Sticker" December 1st, 2021
7 159
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"There's Six of Us!" December 1st, 2021
8 160
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"Foo Fighters" December 1st, 2021
9 161
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"Debt Collector, Marilyn Manson" December 1st, 2021
10 162
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"Operation Savage Garden (Head to the Courtyard!), Part 1" December 1st, 2021
11 163
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"Operation Savage Garden (Head to the Courtyard!), Part 2" December 1st, 2021
12 164
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"Torrential Downpour Warning" December 1st, 2021

Chapter 2

Episode No. No. In Series Image Episode Name First Air Date
13 165 "Kiss of Love and Revenge Part 1" September 1st, 2022
14 166 "Kiss of Love and Revenge Part 2" September 1st, 2022
15 167 "Ultra Security Housing Unit" September 1st, 2022
16 168 "The Secret of Guard Westwood" September 1st, 2022
17 169 "Burn, Dragon's Dream" September 1st, 2022
18 170 "Burn, Foo Fighters" September 1st, 2022
19 171 "Birth of the 'Green'" September 1st, 2022
20 172 "Yo-Yo Ma is Coming!" September 1st, 2022
21 173 "Awaken" September 1st, 2022
22 174 "Whitesnake the Pursuer" September 1st, 2022
23 175 "Jail House Lock, Part 1"[1] September 1st, 2022
24 176 "Jail House Lock, Part 2" September 1st, 2022

Chapter 3

Episode No. No. In Series Image Episode Name First Air Date
25 177 "Three Men in a Hospital" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)[2]
26 178 "Bohemian Rhapsody" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
27 179 "Sky High, Part 1" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
28 180 "Sky High, Part 2" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
29 181 "Under World, Part 1" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
30 182 "Under World, Part 2" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
31 183 "Heavy Weather, Part 1" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
32 184 "Heavy Weather, Part 2" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
33 185 "Heavy Weather, Part 3" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
34 186 "Gravity of the New Moon" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
35 187 "C-Moon, Part 1" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
36 188 "C-Moon, Part 2" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
37 189 "Made in Heaven" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)
38 190 "What a Wonderful World" May 31st, 2023 (Blu-Ray)



  • Jolyne Cujoh - Kira Buckland
  • Jotaro Kujo - Mathew Mercer
  • Foo Fighters - Brittany Lauda
  • Narciso Anasui - TBA
  • Emporio Alniño - Casey Mongillo
  • Ermes Costello - Tiana Camacho
  • Weather Report - Stephen Fu
  • Enrico Pucci - Yong Yea

  • Jolyne Cujoh - Fairouz Ai
  • Jotaro Kujo - Daisuke Ono
  • Foo Fighters - Mariya Ise
  • Narciso Anasui - Daisuke Namikawa
  • Emporio Alniño - Atsumi Tanezaki
  • Ermes Costello - Mutsumi Tamura
  • Weather Report - Yuichiro Umehara
  • Enrico Pucci - Tomokazu Seki

  • Stands

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    Stone Free

    Jolyne Cujoh


    Ermes Costello

    Diver Down

    Narciso Anasui

    Weather Report

    Weather Report

    Foo Fighters


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    White Snake ico.png
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    Burning Down the House

    Emporio Alnino

    White Snake

    Enrico Pucci


    Enrico Pucci

    Made in Heaven

    Enrico Pucci

    Goo Goo Dolls


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    Highway to Hell ico.png
    Marilyn Manson ico.png
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    Manhattan Transfer

    Johngalli A.

    Highway to Hell

    Thunder McQueen

    Marilyn Manson


    Jumpin' Jack Flash

    Lang Wrangler

    Limp Bizkit

    Sports Maxx

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    Dragon's Dream ico.png
    Yo-Yo Ma ico.png
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    Planet Waves

    Viviano Westwood

    Dragon's Dream


    Yo-Yo Ma

    D an G

    Green, Green Grass of Home

    Green Baby

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    Bohemian Rhapsody ico.png
    Sky High ico.png
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    Jail House Lock

    Miuccia Miuller

    Bohemian Rhapsody


    Sky High


    Under World

    Donatello Versus

    Whitesnake's Miscalculation Stands (non-canon)

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    Bad Romance

    Fujiko Fujiyama



    In Other Languages


    Jolyne, Fly High With Gucci (2011)

    Jolyne, Fly High With Gucci

    A one-shot manga chapter written by Araki starring Jolyne and a few Part 5 characters in collaboration with the Gucci clothing brand. It is non-canon, as it features the likes of Jolyne included with Part 5 characters who could never meet otherwise. Also considering that Araki's other brand deal featured manga also is non-canon, it's safe to say this one is as well.

    This spin-off received an official English translation in January 2013.

    Over Heaven (2011)


    A light-novel written by Niso Isin in 2011 that's meant to be the lost transcript of DIO's diary featured in Part 6. It also includes explanations for many of the obscure parts of Dio's plan and his life, including his backstory with his mother, his thoughts and feelings during the events of Phantom Blood and Stardust Crusaders, and explanations for why he needed 36 sinners to sacrifice for the Heaven plan, and how he came up with the idea of "Heaven" in the first place.

    It also gives an explanation as to how DIO survived in the coffin between the events of Parts 1 and 3. In this novel, it is explained that Erina saved DIO out of the goodness of her heart and placed herself in the coffin with him. This contradicts canon, as in Part 3 it is shown that DIO survived through a hidden compartment at the bottom of the coffin.

    Whitesnake's Miscalculation (2021)

    Fujiko's Bizarre Worldly Wisdom -Whitesnake's Miscalculation-

    A one-shot featuring Jolyne written by Sho Aimoto, author of the series Kemono Jihen. It takes place during the events of Part 6, presumably before the events of the Savage Garden arc, where Jolyne meets a mysterious prisoner who makes continuous tearful requests for someone to draw her. It released in December 2021.

    The story is 26 pages and tells the story of a Stand User that Whitesnake created in the prison named Fujiko Fujiyama. Whitesnake gives her the Stand Bad Romance, which she uses to control Jolyne's emotions using her drawings. The plan backfires however, because Fujiko becomes infatuated with Jolyne, and her ability to dehabilitate her ends up helping her. In the end Fujiko's memories and Stand are taken by Whitesnake and it's made as though she never existed.


    • The end of Part 6, that being with the universe being reset, does not lead into Part 7 that takes place in an alternate universe. Araki stated that he felt that he was at his peak with Stone Ocean and wanted to go back to his roots for Part 7.
    • The "Stone" in Stone Ocean refers to Jolyne's will, and the "Ocean" is all of womankind.
    • Donatello Versace's backstory is very similar to that of Stanley Yelnat's from the movie "Holes."
    • Since the woman with breast implants becomes saggy under the effects of Made in Heaven's accelerated time, it's safe to assume that the female protagonists of Part 6 are all natural, considering they did not fall under this affect.
    • This is the first season of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation not to premiere in either April or October. Its Netflix premiere date is in December and the date it returns to Japanese television is in January.
    • It is the first official English translation of the series to have chapters released weekly, rather than quarterly in volumes, as well as at the same time as another parts serialization.
      • It is also the first to be released digitally before in physical volume format.


    • Jolyne Cujoh, the main protagonist of this part, is the daughter of Jotaro Kujo. While she was born before Part 4 took place, she does not appear or get mentioned in any official media.
    • Enrico Pucci, the main antagonist of this part, is revealed to be a minion of DIO and his confidant. DIO's true plans are finally revealed, after first being alluded to in Part 4, which are to "attain Heaven." DIO left behind a notebook in his mansion that listed all the steps to achieve heaven, which was subsequently burnt by Jotaro after the events of Part 3.
      • It is also revealed that DIO left a bone from his finger in Pucci's possession, should his plan backfire and he dies before it can be completed. This ends up actually being the case, and Pucci uses the bone to create a spawn of DIO known as the Green Baby, which Pucci fuses his Stand with to become Made in Heaven.
      • Another one of DIO's minions is revealed in this part, the blind master sniper, Johngalli A.
    • Jotaro sends Jolyne an Arrow shard in the mail with her belongings in order to unlock her Stand. It is unknown exactly which Arrow this is a shard of, but it is likely the one that came to be in the Speedwagon Foundation's possession in Part 4, the one originally belonging to Keicho Nijimura.
      • It was also likely broken to a small shard in order to fit it in her locket.
    • Jotaro reappears in this part as a major ally for the beginnings and ends of this part. He is the only returning character from a previous part in Part 6.
    • This part reveals that DIO had three other children besides Giorno, Donatello Veruss, Ungalo, and Rykiel. Each of them had an unfortunate upbringing, which led them down bad paths in life.
    • At the end of the part, the universe is reset and most of the main cast, save for Emporio, lose their memories of the entire part. With the universe being reset, Pucci's influence on the Joestar group and the world disappears.
      • The universe reset does not affect the continuity of the previous or future parts, as the timeline changes are mostly confined to the events of Part 6 and the characters surrounding it.



    JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Series


    Phantom BloodBattle TendencyStardust CrusadersDiamond is UnbreakableGolden WindStone OceanSteel Ball RunJoJolionJOJOLANDS


    Thus Spoke Kishibe RohanCrazy Diamond's Demonic Heartbreak


    Jonathan JoestarJoseph JoestarJotaro KujoJosuke HigashikataGiorno GiovannaJolyne CujohJohnny JoestarJosuke Higashikata (Part 8)

    JoJo's Stands

    The PassionHermit PurpleStar PlatinumCrazy DiamondGold ExperienceStone FreeTuskSoft & Wet

    JoJo Villains

    Dio BrandoKarsYoshikage KiraDiavoloEnrico PucciFunny ValentineToru

    JoJo Villain's Stands

    The WorldKiller QueenKing CrimsonWhitesnake (C-Moon, Made in Heaven) ∙ Dirty Deeds Done Dirt CheapWonder of U

    Other Characters

    Jorge JoestarHaruno HigashikataJota Kujo

    Other Stands

    List of StandsTrinityCharmy Green

    1. Leaks from an inside source confirm that Episode 23 is titled "Jail House Lock, Part 1"
    2. Amazon lists the release date for the third Blue-Ray disc set as May 31st, 2023, meaning this is the first word of Cour 3's official release.