JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Crossover Art Has Jolyne Call Saul Goodman

Jolyne Cujoh is the first female protagonist of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, being the latest Joestar while also being the daughter of a previous protagonist of the series, Jotaro Kujo. With the first anime episodes of the series arriving on Netflix last year, and this fall set to release new installments, one fan artist has given Jolyne a perfect new attorney, with her previous lawyer having a big hand in sentencing her to the prison in which she is trapped.     

Bob Odenkirk has been playing Saul Goodman not just in AMC's Better Call Saul, but also in the award-winning series Breaking Bad, working alongside Bryan Cranston's Walter White in helping to create his drug empire. Before joining this AMC universe, Odenkirk was a part of HBO's Mr. Show, a legendary skit comedy show that gave the comedy actor plenty to sink his teeth into. Surprisingly, this crossover wouldn't be Odenkirk's first appearance in an anime, as Attack on Titan actually gave Saul Goodman a cameo, with the actor appearing as one of the Titans that were threatening the Scout Regiment in the final season of the anime adaptation.

Twitter Artist Grand Guerilla shared this impressive recreation of one of the earliest scenes from the anime adaptation of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, replacing Jolyne Cujoh's lawyer that sent her up the river with the man who helped the likes of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman throughout both Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul:

The first twelve episodes of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean landed on Netflix late last year, with the next batch of installments set to hit this fall on the streaming service to continue the story of Jolyne. When last we left the daughter of Jotaro Kujo, she had discovered the man who stole her father's memories and Stand in Pucci, the nefarious priest of the Green Dolphin Street Penitentiary who has a villainous Stand of his own. With the priest looking to achieve the goal of the vampire Dio Brando from beyond the grave, the upcoming episodes are sure to give fans a better idea of who this antagonist is and what his true goals are.

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