- For the alternate personality of Diavolo, see Vinegar Doppio.
|“||I must crush my fear! Now is the time... I must overcome it right now! That is what it means to live!||”|
—Diavolo, Chapter 552
The finder of the Arrows, Diavolo is responsible for the proliferation of Stand Users in the world, and as the "Boss" of Italy's most powerful gang Passione, which corrupts Naples by dealing drugs in the streets, he is Giorno Giovanna and Bruno Bucciarati's superior and greatest enemy. He is the father of Trish Una, and commands Bucciarati's Gang to bring her to him whilst keeping her safe from the traitorous La Squadra di Esecuzione. Diavolo possesses another personality named Vinegar Doppio.
Diavolo is a veritably tall man in his 30's with a lean and semi-muscular build. He has long hair, leopard-patterned with various spots, parted in a zig-zagging manner; the bangs of which are propped and parted slightly to the side. The rest of his hair is cut straight across at his shoulders. In early depictions, varying amounts of Diavolo's hair was cut straight, inconsistently ranging from small locks to the entirety of his hair. His shirt, hidden under Doppio's sweater, appears to be made of complex mesh-wiring: it covers his shoulders and torso but down his back and abdomen are linked circles that are tucked under his belt, which in the back end in two~three long "coat tails". On his arms are elegantly designed floral sleeves leading down to a pair of wristbands. He also shares a pair of studded pants and seemingly sock-less loafers with Doppio. In most of his appearances, Diavolo has a slightly hunched posture when standing.
His eyes are unique as his irises are "fragmented", forming as spots and shards of whole irides with a triangular shaped highlight to them. However, while Bucciarati is in control of his body, they become normal with circular highlights.
In his first appearance, covered in shadow in all but his glaring eyes, he appears to have short, combed back straight hair and is wearing a suit and tie.
His appearance differs greatly while operating as his alter-ego, Doppio. Despite the fact that Doppio is a split-personality disorder it goes as far as them having different muscular builds.
- ↑ Chapter 469: Operative Bucciarati; The Boss' First Assignment
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Chapter 569: A Brief Flashback
- ↑ 
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