Netflix binge model ruined JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Fridays

The protagonists of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure ride in the back of a horse-drawn carriage.

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Finally, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean is done, but I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t know that because of Netflix’s binge-watching model and its Handling of the anime promotion bypassed all hype and online discussion for it. And now I worry about the fate of his sequel, Steel barrel.

Netflix announced this last year Exclusive streaming rights for Rocky Ocean, the sixth saga in the series. The benefit of the announcement was that the streamer would release the English version at the same time as the Japanese. English dubs usually come out weeks after the original Japanese airs. Now that we’ve reached the end of the rainbow of Rocky Oceanit’s clear that Netflix’s batch binge watch release of the anime has cheapened the trip.

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Netflix release Rocky Ocean under his binge model is equivalent to midnight of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.the release of the entire Phase 3 movies on Disney+ with just a handful of social media posts promoting them. While it’s nice to have all the episodes available at once, it stifled any excitement for it his “monster of the week” formula. Fights used to be something I could easily recall with friends by naming the villain and his steadfastness. but stone oceans The binge-watching release transformed its once-memorable villains and mainstays into a mix of unforgettable dudes.

This also robbed the protagonist of the dramatic weight Jolyne’s dangerous struggles inside and out Green Dolphin Street Prison since the streamer t would play automaticallyThe next episode before I could fully digest and appreciate the heroes’ wacky antics and clever strategies executed win a narrow victory. It’s a shame because the online discussions generated previous arcs under weekly release schedules feel non-existent Rocky Ocean.

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Rocky Ocean‘s anime release held a special place in my heart as it was the only arc with a female protagonist and a mostly female cast of “Jo-bros”. Rocky Ocean is also arguably the most emotionally resonant arc and carries a lot of weight in the direction of the rest of the series.

Other anime are thriving this year as their weekly episodes spark debate and theories among fans amid the hype surrounding next week’s episode, “bleaching on Monday” and “chainsaw man Tuesdays” are prime examples. “JoJo Fridays,” JJBAs Fanfare’s own fan day, which has gained popularity with its previous season, golden windwas earlier fans would participate in their own online amusement with the show, but that, too, is a thing of the past with Netflix’s release model.

Whether you are a new head or an old one JJBA Fan, I encourage you to take the time to watch Rocky Ocean. And should Netflix have streaming exclusivity Steel barrelI pray his episodes will be released weekly so fans can enjoy the adventure at a steady horse trot instead of a mad sprint to the finish line.

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