JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE RETURNS TO NETFLIX, BUT ONLY IN THE UNITED STATES. IT SEEMS LATIN AMERICA SHOULD WAIT
Previously, it was revealed that three of the main JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure series would arrive on Netflix in April. Although the company did not make an official announcement as such, it was released via the mobile version of its service.
There it appeared that its premiere was planned for the 8th of the current month. Indeed, this is what happened and again it can be enjoyed on this platform … but it is not all good news.
THREE SAGAS OF JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE WILL COME OUT THIS MONTH
The problem is that the 74 episodes of the series returned, but … only in the United States. Although there were indications that this would happen in Latin America, in reality it was not like that.
What was it that returned to the service? Well, none other than JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure and its successors, Stardust Crusaders and Diamond Is Unbreakable. They will surely wonder what will happen to Mexico and the other Latin countries. Fortunately, there is a hint about it.
Some time ago, Netflix Latin America published a survey asking what was the most anticipated April premiere. That was precisely where the animated adaptation of Hirohiko Araki’s work appeared.
But his departure date was not April 8, but April 26. It appears the message was deleted, but not before a screenshot was taken. You have to wait patiently for the company to publish these installments of the anime on their service.
ONLY GOLDEN WIND WOULD BE MISSING, AND THEN STONE OCEAN
Again, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind, which is the most recent installment, will be left out, and of course, Stone Ocean, which is just beginning its adaptation.
However, the three mentioned above are an excellent starting point to enjoy the work of Hirohiko Araki. Without neglecting that in this service of video on demand the OVAs of Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe are available, which were published in the same year.
It is evident that Netflix wants to strengthen as much as possible its catalog of anime focused on young audiences, and especially those that are the most popular, such as JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.
This move is similar to what you are doing with One Piece, whose different animated bows are coming to this service while being dubbed in various languages. It may not have all of the shounen demographic hits, but it will at least offer some of the more prominent ones.