JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean: Jolyne Cujoh figure Super Image Moveable series recreates epic poses

Jolyne Kujo figurine from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime.
Jolyne Cujoh from the anime JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean side by side with the Jolyne figure. Pic credit:

A variety of flexible figure statues inspired by Hirohiko Araki’s JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime series have been released as part of Medicos Entertainment’s “Super Image Moveable” series and its Nendoroid Chibi series.

MEDICOS ONLINE SHOP is a mail-order site for Medicos Entertainment that is accepting entries for pre-lottery sales until 21:00 on June 30th for its latest JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure figures. Products will be shipped from mid-August. The Jolyne Cujoh figure will also be on sale at Wonder Festival 2022 which is going to be held on July 24, 2022. The pre-lottery sales and sales at the venue will get special one-of-a-kind parts or items with their figurines.

The most talked-about figurines are the ones that were inspired by the anime JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Part 6, which gained notoriety due to its Netflix release. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is known for its characters having a lot of dramatic flair and flashy poses, both in and out of battle. The purpose of these figurines is for die-hard JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure fans to be able to recreate cool poses or recreate the epic battles that took place between characters in the show, and then take pictures that can be uploaded to their social media accounts. Apparently, the Best Anime Figure Poses War has begun!

Jolyne Cujoh figure features the moves of the first female “Joestar”

The most popular figurine is of Jotaro’s daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, the heroine of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean Part 6. The “Super Image Moveable” Jolyne Cujoh Third figurine includes parts so you can switch out her hands in order to recreate Jolyne’s transformation of when her stand Stone Ocean is active and as a result “threads” emerge from her fingers.

Jolyne Cujoh Third figurine from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean anime.
“Super Image Moveable” Jolyne Cujoh Third figure. Pic credit:

Stone Ocean is the 6th story arc of the Japanese, adventure, fantasy manga series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean’s anime adaptation premiered on Netflix in December 2021.

The story is set in Florida in 2011 and begins when Jotaro’s daughter is wrongfully accused of a crime she didn’t commit and sent to a maximum-security prison. While imprisoned Jolyne finds herself in the middle of one strange occurrence after the next due to a longstanding plot between the dead villain DIO and Enrico Pucci. Jolyne discovers that she possesses a stand called Stone Ocean and begins to learn how to control her new powers.

Recreate epic battles from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure with ease

For those of you who want to pose all of your toys fighting the evil villain DIO from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders you’re in luck! Part of the Nendoroid JoJo series, the DIO figure is a Chibi version of DIO that is fully moveable and highly flexible.

It comes with three face plates – a standard calm expression, a mocking smile with a distorted mouth and a crazy expression that will come in handy when you’re posing your figurines in the middle of a heated battle. It also comes with a “knife” and “sign”, wrist parts, and effect parts to recreate DIO using his stand The World.

Chibi Nendoroid DIO figurine from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime series.
Chibi Nendoroid DIO figure. Pic credit:

For those who want to have a Chibi Jotaro and Chibi DIO facing off in an epic battle, we’ve got you covered. Also from the Nendoroid JoJo series, this Jotaro figure is fully moveable and highly flexible.

It comes with three face plates – a standard fearless expression, the expression Jotaro makes when he’s fighting and shouting “ora ora ora”, and an expression from when he was attacked by a stand that takes a disc out of your face that contains your soul. The disc is removable…uh oh! You can recreate the battle scene from Stone Ocean using the “punch effect” that brings the strong punch that the stand Star Platinum delivers to life.

Chibi Nendoroid Jotaro Kujo figurine from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
Chibi Nendoroid Jotaro Kujo figure from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. Pic credit:

Of course, you could have fun making DIO look bad by using the non-chibi Jotaro figure to kick his butt too. Back by popular demand, this Jotaro figure sports his look from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part III and his stand Star Platinum comes with the set.

This “Super Image Moveable” figurine has a variety of options to allow you to recreate the impressive poses Jotaro is known for making and battle stances. You can make Jotaro punch, wave, or flick someone off (preferably DIO).

Jotaro Kujo figurine from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure anime.
Jotaro Kujo figure inspired by JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part III. Pic credit:

Nostalgic figurines from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part I take the stage

Another talked about figurine is Jonathan Joestar’s nemesis, Robert E.O. Speedwagon from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 1. His figurine comes with a pistol, removable top hat with a bladed brim, head parts with different facial expressions, and multiple hand parts as optional parts. Die-hard fans will be able to recreate the battle scene that occurred between Robert and Jonathan Joestar.

Robert E.O Speedwagon from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
“Super Image Moveable” Robert E.O. Speedwagon figure . Pic credit:

If you don’t already have a Jonathan Joestar figure you’re in luck. There is a brand-new “Super Image Moveable” Swarvoski Limited Edition Jonathan Joestar figure that is very flexible. Jonathan’s signature blue shirt is decorated with real Swarvoski crystals and the figurine comes with a sword.

Johnathan Joestar figurine from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure part I.
“Super Image Moveable” Swarvoski Limited Edition Jonathan Joestar figure . Pic credit:

Have you ever posed your anime figurines into cool signature poses or tried to recreate epic battles from your favorite animes? Let us know in the comments below! Feel free to submit any pictures of your figurines that you are proud of (just make sure to keep your images PG for the kids that visit this site!)

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