New JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime opening uses CG beautifully


A close-up of an anime's eyes in the new opening credits sequence for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

Let’s take a good look!
Screenshot: Warner Bros.

For the next one JoJo’s bizarre adventure anime, Tokyo-based animation studio Kamikaze Douga was again brought in to do the opening credits. And again, Kamikaze Douga took him out of the park.

You can watch the opening below, which was recently revealed in a Ocean of stone direct:

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean is the sixth part of Hirohiko Araki JoJo’s bizarre adventure manga. The show will begin airing on Netflix on December 1. then start broadcasting on Japanese TV at a later date. David Production will take care of the animation, as has been the case since 2012 when the first season of the current series debuted. We have already seen Ocean of stone‘s unveil the trailer, and here is the official description of the show:

When Jolyne Cujoh and her boyfriend have a car accident, she is charged with the crime and sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Will she one day be freed from this prison – this ocean of stone?

The final battle for the centennial fate of the Joestar family and DIO begins!

But people are more excited about Kamikaze Douga’s newly revealed opening credits sequence. The Tokyo-based studio is known for brilliantly mixing CGI and traditional 2D animation. It’s a studio whose motto is “Compromise is death”.

The studio had previously worked on opening sequences for the 2012 JoJo’s bizarre adventure TV anime, as well as the following seasons JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders Arch of Egypt. The last opening once again shows Kamikaze Douga’s CG skills, with a smart camera and a neat presentation.

Among some anime fans CG has a bad reputation, but Kamikaze Douga once again shows that, yes, computer animation can be done well and take advantage of the inherent technical capabilities it offers. CG anime is getting better and better thanks to studios like Kamikaze Douga, who don’t see CG as a compromise but as an asset.


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