JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Gets Steamy With Jolyne Cosplay

Stand battles definitely run in the family when it comes to the Joestar Clan, with the latest storyline of the anime adaptation, Stone Ocean, seeing JoJo's Bizarre Adventure receive its first female protagonist leading the charge in Joylne Cujoh. With this fall set to see new episodes of the anime series from David Production hit Netflix, one fan has created some unique new cosplay for the daughter of Jotaro Kujo as she attempts to save her dear old dad from the clutches of Whitesnake and its master Pucci.        

While the Stone Ocean was the last major time that we saw Jolyne in the main series of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, 2022 did bring us a side story that explored one of the raunchier moments in Jolyne's time within the maximum-security prison. Titled Fujiko's Bizarre Worldly Wisdom: Whitesnake's Miscalculation, the return to the Stone Ocean featured Jolyne having to tangle with a lewd Stand that has to be seen to be believed. While we doubt that this story will hit the sixth season of the anime adaptation proper, we've seen plenty of side stories be brought to life via David Production, with Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan being a prime example.

Instagram Cosplayer Sati Ella Cosplay shared this dynamic new take on the daughter of Jotaro Kujo, the Stardust Crusader, who would continue having a role in the series of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure following his starring role in the third part of the franchise that featured Dio Brando as the main villain:

David Production recently celebrated the tenth anniversary of their work on JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, with the animation house responsible for the first five parts of the series that landed before Stone Ocean hit the stage. While nothing has been confirmed as of this moment, plenty of Stand fans would love it if the production studio continued the trend and adapted the following two stories that arrived after Jolyne's journey in Steelball Run and JoJolion, with the latter recently finishing its story in the pages of the long-running manga by Hirohiko Araki. 

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