Part six of Hirohiko Araki’s epic shōnen manga series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure has finally come to anime. The fifth season of David Production’s ongoing adaptation will take on the Stone Ocean arc. Set in Florida in 2011, the centuries-long feud between the Joestars and disciples of DIO makes its way overseas and features the series’ first female Jojo —and a whole cast of women and ambiguously gendered ruffians to join her.
Where to watch Stone Ocean
The first four seasons of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure have been available dubbed and subbed on Netflix and subbed on Crunchyroll. With Stone Ocean, Netflix secured the exclusive global streaming rights of the season. Stone Ocean is only available on Netflix.
Netflix will be releasing episodes in batches, the first of which is 12 episodes long. We still don’t know when the next round of episodes will drop, or how many episodes are planned for this season.
The Cast of Stone Ocean
It’s difficult to document the English voice cast of Stone Ocean in its entirety at the time of writing because Netflix’s dub cards were not uploaded when the season premiered. While we’ve pieced together most of the cast from Twitter announcements, we still don’t know the credit of some important characters like Narciso Anasui.
Jolyne Kuujou — Kira Buckland
Ermes Costello — Tiana Camacho
Foo Fighters — Brittany Lauda
Emporio Alniño — Casey Mongillo
Weather Report — Stephen Fu
Enrico Pucci — Yong Yea
Jotaro Kujo — Matthew Mercer
Narrator — David Vincent
DIO Brando — Patrick Seitz
Romeo Jisso — Clifford Chapin
Johngalli A — David Matranga
Gwess — Amber Lee Connors
Locobaroco — Arthur Romeo
Jolyne’s Mother — Cailtlin Glass
Lawyer — Michael Schwalbe
Miraschon — Suzie Yeung
Lang Wrangler — Dave Wittenberg
Sports Maxx — Kane Jungbluth-Murry
Meli Grant, Kayleigh McKee, Bill Butts, Adin Ruddolph, Cassie Ewulu, and other well known voice actors have several minor roles as prisoners, guards, and other unnamed characters.
Bang Zoom! Entertainment oversaw the dub, written by Tyson Rinehart, Ryan Raydarke and Nico Danilovich, and directed by Bill Millsap, Tony Oliver, and Courtney Sanford.