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There might be a way to go to Heaven.

—DIO, SO Chapter 48


Stone Ocean (ストーンオーシャン Sutōn Ōshan?) is the sixth part of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, published in Weekly Shonen Jump between 2000 and 2003. Originally titled JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part 6 Jolyne Cujoh: Stone Ocean (ジョジョの奇妙な冒険 第6部 空条徐倫 ―『石作りの海』(ストーンオーシャン) JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken Dai Roku Bu Kūjō Jorīn -"Sutōn Ōshan"-?), the arc spans 158 chapters and is preceded by Vento Aureo.

In 2011, in a prison in Port St. Lucie, Florida; Jolyne Cujoh, daughter of Jotaro, struggles within a longstanding plot agreed between dead villain DIO and ideologue Enrico Pucci.

Part 6 is the last part set in the first timeline of JoJo - from Part 7, the story takes place in a separate universe.

Plot Summary

Stone Ocean

JolyneFFAppearance

Jolyne Cujoh's first appearance

Taking place in Port St. Lucie, Florida; Jolyne Cujoh (daughter of Jotaro Kujo) is introduced in jail, claiming to have been framed for murder. She befriends Ermes Costello while being transferred to prison.

Having helped her boyfriend Romeo Jisso dispose the corpse of a bystander he ran over, Jolyne is framed into serving a sentence of 15 years in the Green Dolphin Street Jail.

A gift from her father awakens her Stand, which enables her to unravel herself into strings.

Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh

Jolyne meets her new cellmate Gwess, who victimizes Jolyne. Gwess soon shrinks Jolyne and puts her in a mouse's corpse to scout for a way to escape the prison.

Goo Goo Dolls; Stone Free

The scout goes badly; Jolyne grows back and is subsequently spotted. Fully awakening her Stand, Stone Free, Jolyne forces Gwess to shrink her again and escape the guards, returning to her cell.

Green Dolphin Street Prison

Jolyne begins to affirm her toughness among the other prisoners, at the same time she helps another victimized prisoner gain her money back.

The Visitor

Jotaro

Jotaro gets his memories and Stand stolen

Jotaro soon comes to visit Jolyne, however a mysterious child named Emporio Alniño warns her that this is a trap. He informs her that a Stand user named Johngalli A, a disciple of DIO, framed her so that he could kill her in prison, and urges her to escape.

Jolyne's anger at her father, who has been absent for most of her life, is interrupted by a double attack by Johngalli A's Stand, Manhattan Transfer, and another mysterious Stand named Whitesnake. Whitesnake uses its power to remove Jotaro's Stand Star Platinum and Jotaro's memories, as two Stand Discs.

Jotaro sinks into a deathlike state but confesses to Jolyne that he's always cherished her. Jolyne, moved, resolves to find a way to recover the Stand Discs from White Snake's mysterious user.

Prisoner of Love

Escaping on the beach with her father, Jolyne resolves to stay behind in prison and recovers the disks Whitesnake stole.

Ermes' Sticker

We see Ermes Costello recovering from a fever and awakening her Stand Kiss, which reproduce objects by putting stickers on them.

Ermes accidentally knocks Memory Disks from fellow prisoner Thunder McQueen who keeps a 5000$ stash hidden. The suicidal prisoner links himself with Ermes with his Highway to Hell, reflecting any damage done to him to Ermes so they can die both. Ermes successfully escapes.

Ermes is then approached by Emporio and is brought to Emporio's secret ghost room where she also meets Narciso Anasui and Weather Report. Emporio explains that Whitesnake's user is the enemy. New wounds warn Ermes that McQueen is trying to kill himself again. Ermes finds him and knocks him out for good, taking his Memory Disk to retrieve the money and fight Whitesnake alongside Jolyne

There's Six of Them!

Jolyne and Ermes volunteer in a search group of five prisoners to look for two disappeared prisoners and given explosive bracelets who set off if they go too far from a supervisor. In the fields, Ermes looks into the Memory Disk again, in which another memory indicates a stash of Stand Disk Whitesnake keeps hidden in a barn nearby.

Jolyne and Ermes notice that there are six of them, meaning an enemy infiltrated their group. Their supervisor is killed and dragged away. Jolyne and Ermes have to find the hidden enemy. Sentient plankton colony Foo Fighters (shortened to F.F.) has in fact taken over everyone and begins to fight the two women.

Foo Fighters

Ermes tries to get the supervisor back into safe range while Foo Fighters is dragged into dry land by Jolyne, almost dying because it's dependency on keeping itself wet.

Jolyne spares F.F, since it was coerced into obeying Whitesnake, and F.F. takes over prisoner Atroe's body. Jolyne successfully retrieve Jotaro's Star Platinum Disk and takes it back to prison.

The Collector, Marilyn Manson

Enrico Pucci, prison priest and wielder of Whitesnake, bribes Miraschon into helping him eliminate Jolyne by giving her the Stand Marilyn Manson.

Jolyne, Ermes and F.F. play a game of ball catching, and are approached by Miraschon, who bets that they can't pass the ball between themselves 100 times, Ermes eventually cheats, but Marilyn Manson automatically detects it and takes Ermes' liver as payment.

Jolyne wagers another ball, but the free time has ended. She and F.F. have to play in the prison and defend themselves from Miraschon. Jolyne eventually forces Miraschon to give back Ermes' liver and pummel her, taking her out definitely.

Savage Garden Strategy

Jolyne then makes a call to the Speedwagon Foundation to set up a plan in order to give them the Stand Disk. They agree to meet in the prison courtyard. Jolyne then meets with Emporio and Stand User Weather Report, who can manipulate the atmosphere and various weather phenomenons.

They are tailed by Lang Rangler who spits on Jolyne. Jolyne then heads to the courtyard alone but is soon under Lang's influence, which annul the gravity of anything Jolyne touches. Floating and the atmosphere going away from her, Jolyne calls Weather for help.

The two Stand user bring the fight to the factory Jolyne has to cross to reach the courtyard, and they have to fight in zero gravity and airless conditions. Jolyne and Weather defeat Lang Rangler but Weather is too wounded to carry on.

Pucci, who traced Jolyne's phone call, incidentally meets her near the courtyard. Pucci has no choice but to hide his true identity and let Jolyne pass. However in the courtyard, Jolyne is shot by a guard Whitesnake brainwashed.

Flash Flood Warning

In a flashback, Pucci talks with DIO. It is explained that Jotaro burned DIO's Diary, which contained a plan to "get to Heaven".

Jolyne is incapacitated and loses the Stand Disk, but Weather causes a rain of poisonous frog so Jolyne can escape. Jolyne tries to guard herself from the frogs but is apparently overwhelmed. Pucci is pinned down by the rain and uses Whitesnake to retrieve Jotaro's Stand Disk, only to be taken by surprise by Jolyne who gives it to Savage Garden, a carrier pigeon which flies away.

Kiss of Love & Revenge

Jolyne notices that Ermes has been very solitary lately, F.F. explains that Ermes voluntarily came to prison to kill Sports Maxx, a gangster who murdered Ermes' sister Gloria Costello. Ermes has found him and tailed him to look for the best moment to take her revenge. Incidentally, Maxx has been meeting with Pucci who gave him the Stand Limp Bizkit.

Ermes successfully kills Sports Maxx in his animal stuffing room, but is attacked by the invisible spectres of various stuffed animals. Jolyne and F.F. join her and help her, only for the three to see that Maxx escaped.

Maxx notices he's been killed, but resurrected into an invisible zombie thanks to Limp Bizkit. The three women follow Sports Maxx up to a graveyard and are surrounded by numerous zombies. Ermes successfully baits Sports Maxx into giving the finishing blow in a predictable place and time and kills him for good, but is gravely wounded in the process. Jolyne retrieves Sports Maxx's Memory Disk.

Ultra Security Solitary

Jolyne is brought to the punishment ward due to having caused much trouble, and stoicly endures the harsh conditions in the ward. Meanwhile, Emporio discovers that Whitesnake used Sports Maxx's Limp Bizkit into reviving a mysterious Bone, and discovers that it is hidden in the punishment ward, Jolyne having accepted to go there to retrieve the Bone.

Knowing that Whitesnake will exploit Jolyne's isolation to try to kill her, F.F. tries to find an ally to get her in the punishment ward.

His Name Is Anasui

F.F. tries to force Narciso Anasui, user of Diver Down into helping, and Anasui is extremely cooperative, having fallen for Jolyne. Using Diver Down's power of store energy in a certain place, they successfully begin to infiltrate the punishment ward.

The Secret of Guard Westwood

In the punishment ward, prison guard Viviano Westwood goes crazy and liberates every prisoner in the punishment ward in a mad eagerness to fight. Meanwhile Pucci reveals that he sent 4 Stand users to try to dispose of Jolyne.

In a flashback DIO explains to Pucci how the Stand Survivor manipulates people into fighting each others.

As Anasui and F.F. breach the security checkpoints, Jolyne begins to fight Westwood. Westwood is a tough fighter and wield Planet Waves which manipulates small meteors, the fights turns very brutal and Jolyne manages to bypass Westwood's invulnerability to his own meteors by using the meteors to propel a boot toward his face, defeating the guard.

She notices that among the remaining prisoners, only two remain.

Burn Dragon's Dream

Kenzou, an elderly Stand user and wielder of Dragon's Dream which reveals lucky feng-shui places for maximum killing probability, challenges Jolyne but F.F. intervenes and fights him instead. Kenzo's superior skills almost prevail against F.F. but Anasui intervenes and reveals his ability to restructure anything from the inside, defeating Kenzou when he restructure his legs into springs.

Father: Jotaro, Daughter: Jolyne

Father: Jotaro Kujo - Daughter: Jolyne Cujoh
Jotaro is seen dormant (in a lotus position) under the care of the Speedwagon Foundation. The doctor reveal that without memory, Jotaro has no will to live and his body is slowly decaying itself.

Jolyne's first arrest is shown in a flashback.

Birth of the "Green"

Jolyne grabs a prisoner she saw having the Bone in his possession but he soon transforms into a plant. In the same way every corpse in the punishment ward blooms. The Bone fuses with the plants and develops into an embryo bearing the Joestar birthmark.

Here Comes Yo-Yo Ma!

Anasui is approached by Guccio who wields Survivor and uses him as a trap against the sole remaining Stand user D an G.

Having opted to escape the punishment ward from the eastern exit and reach the nearby swamp, Jolyne, Anasui and F.F. take a motorboat to cross it. However the embryo which was in their possession is swallowed by the automatic Stand Yo-Yo Ma. Unable to hurt him, F.F. stays behind to kill D an G while Jolyne and Anasui take Yo-Yo Ma on board.

Jolyne and Anasui are pursued by the prison guards and have to hide in the swamp. Jolyne realizes that she is slowly being melted by Yo-Yo Ma but she cannot communicate properly and is incapacited. At the same time F.F. discovers that Enrico Pucci is the mastermind behind the attacks.

F.F. - The Witness

While Anasui has successfully neutralized Yo-Yo Ma by fusing his brain with that of a frog, Pucci celebrates the soon to be born Embryo, but sees that F.F. is planning to kill D an G.

Awaken

The narration explains that F.F. fears having its intellect taken away and how it has come to appreciate its sentience and memories, because it has good memories of Jolyne, F.F. is ready to fight for her.

The green baby

The Green Baby

F.F. is confronted by Pucci. While F.F. kills D an G, it is severely wounded in the process and runs out of water. As the priest corners the plankton colony, the Green Baby is born from Yo-Yo Ma's remains.

Jolyne and Anasui try to approach the Green Baby, whose automatic Stand Green, Green Grass of Home attacks them, shrinking them as the distance between the Green Baby and them decreases.

Whitesnake - The Pursuer

Coincidentally the Green Baby gets interested in Jolyne and his power disappears, growing Jolyne and Anasui back to a normal height.

Almost dead, F.F. contacts Weather Report with a radio, and he uses his weather control power to make it rain and make the area foggy. Whitesnake loses F.F.'s track, and she meets with Weather Report.

The four of them meet, but Weather Report was in fact Whitesnake in disguise. Whitesnake heavily wounds F.F. and Anasui but only manages to hurt Jolyne. Pucci reveals himself and approaches the Baby. However Jolyne cuffs him to herself. A brutal close quarter fight ensues.

Paradise Time

In a flashback, DIO gives Pucci one of his finger bones. Jolyne gains the upper hand in the fight, but Pucci throws Jotaro's Memory Disk into the dying Anasui, threatening the Disk to disappear forever.

New Moon! New Priest

Jolyne opts to try helping Anasui to get the Disk, and Pucci approaches the Green Baby, telling him the 14-word long secret password which causes the Baby to touch Pucci and fuse with him. Jolyne cannot help Anasui, but he is saved when F.F. sacrifices the rest of its plankton to heal him, and F.F. exchange a last goodbye with the helpless Jolyne.

Jail House Lock!

A transformed Pucci leaves the prison, having no use for it anymore. DIO's entire plan is revealed, most importantly that Pucci needs to head for the location with the coordinates North latitude 28 degrees 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes. Having read Jotaro's Memory Disk, Jolyne asks Emporio to help her escape Green Dolphin Street. However Emporio says that escape is impossible because of the true guardian of Green Dolphin Street who can make escape impossible even for Stand Users.

Miuccia Miuller or Miu Miu approaches Jolyne with her Stand Jail House Lock fully revealed, warning Jolyne not to do anything stupid. Jolyne attacks Miu Miu but suddenly finds herself in her cell. Jolyne is affected by Jail House Lock and cannot memorize more than three extra information at a time, and though she tries to reach Emporio, she is heavily handicapped by this power.

Meanwhile Emporio was also caught and is also trapped in his room, unable to remember how to escape. Jolyne manages to reach the ghost room, but they are caught up by Miu Miu. When Jolyne is given a picture in binary of Miu Miu, Jolyne manages to defeat her and use her to neutralize the guards.

Escape...

Several strange phenomenons happen around Pucci, startled and unsure of what's happening.

Jolyne, Ermes, and Emporio escape from prison and carry on their hunt for Pucci. Jolyne succeeds in sending both of Jotaro's discs to The SPW Foundation, and his revival quickly goes underway. Though her primary objective is achieved, justice and vengeance spurn Jolyne's chase for Pucci.

Three Men in the Hospital

Pucci is brought by a series of coincidences near a hospital. He is taken hostage by Ungaro but Pucci tells him to awaken his power. Ungaro falls on the ground, disturbed, but is picked up by the stick figure in traffic regulation panels.

In prison, Anasui notices that a star shaped birthmark has appeared near Weather's shoulder and Weather announces his intention to escape too.

Bohemian Rhapsody

After a timeskip of three days, Anasui and Weather are hiding in the toilets, their evasion having been noticed and they are now fugitive. An old man Weather has helped before accepts to take them in his truck.

Weather and Anasui realise that fictional characters are coming into life, and Anasui's soul is cloned. The truck crashes. Destroying Pinocchio, Anasui is one body again. Attacked by the old man who transformed into the Big Bad Wolf, Anasui is separated from Weather who took a bus without paying attention to his surroundings.

Chasing his own double through the town, Anasui is dragged into the story of the Seven Lambs and the wolf, and cast as the Wolf, Mother Goat threatens to cut his stomach open and fill it with rocks. Anasui tries to flee but has a hard time escaping Mother Goat and her children.

Meanwhile Weather Report is dragged into Vincent Van Gogh's last autoportrait, and cast as Van Gogh, is fated to shoot himself in the head. Weather tries to stop the aggressor, whom he senses via the birthmark but Ungalo is actually on a plain enjoying the world scale chaos bringing every fictional character to life causes.

When Weather invents a hero whose power is to eliminate all fantasy heroes, Ungalo's Bohemian Rhapsody is cancelled and he falls into a coma, having lost his drive with his Stand.

Long Time No See, Romeo

Romeo finds Jolyne in his house, and begs for forgiveness. Jolyne lets him be and asks him for a vehicle. Romeo gives them the key to a helicopter and gives the police a false lead. Still, Jolyne cuts his tongue as revenge.

Sky High

We are introduced to Rikiel a nervous wreck of a young man, who is constantly ill. Pucci enables him to master his Stand Sky High, manipulating the cryptids Flying Rods.

Jolyne Ermes and Emporio crash when the Flying Rods attack them and cause their eyelid to close. The Rods suck body heat causing various illness and Jolyne sets herself on fire to counter them, defeating Rikiel. When Rikiel reveals that Pucci and Weather are brothers, an incredule Ermes kills him.

Three Days to the New Moon

Jolyne tracks Pucci up to the hospital where he's hiding and discussing with DIO's last son, Donatello Versus. Donatello awakens his Stand and strangely a child appears in their dish and a bullets comes through its head.

Under World

Jolyne finds Donatello's room, and sees a huge hole leading to an underground cavern. Deciding to investigate, Jolyne finds herself in plane which is scheduled to crash. Donatello's Underworld is able to revive memories of the ground and materialize them, having materialized said crash and imprisoning Jolyne in it. Ermes is dragged into the memory as well.

A flashback narrates Donatello's misfortunes and the resentment he has toward the world. Jolyne contacts Emporio who stayed out of the hospital and he finds that some passengers survived the crash. Jolyne and Ermes take their place and also save hapless children in the process. Defeated, Donatello command his Stand to flee and give Weather Report his Memory Disk back, to Pucci's horror as he unlocked a terrible power.

Heavy Weather

Weather Report receives his Memory Disc, re-releasing his rage at his brother Pucci; manifesting as the new Stand power Heavy Weather, which hypnotizes people into transforming into snails with sunrays.

A flashback narrates both Weather and Pucci's tragic past, how Pucci came to meet DIO and how Weather and he got their Stand. Having lost his sister, Pucci fell into despair, just as Weather who lost his girlfriend.

Jolyne and Ermes manage to escape the hospital, but as they are transforming into snails, they force Donatello to drive.

Meanwhile Pucci finds Weather and Anasui to kill them. Pucci rendered himself blind to stop the suggestion and fatally wounds Weather Report but Weather takes advantage of this to almost kill him. When Donatello crashes on Weather and Pucci, the priest escapes and Weather dies. Jolyne acquires Weather's Stand Disk and gives it to Emporio just in case.

Coming to Cape Canaveral

The entire party drives toward Cape Canaveral, the location indicated in DIO's Diary, resting and having fun while they can.

The New Moon's Gravity

As Pucci nears the ideal conditions, he awakens a new power. The gravity shifts around Cape Canaveral, objects falling away from it and Ermes is pushed away.

When the rest of the party reach Cape Canaveral, they don't find Pucci but are attacked by the Stand C-Moon.

C-Moon

C-Moon can turn any object it hits on itself. It fights Jolyne and although it almost defeat her, Jolyne gains the upper hand. Pucci intervenes and command C-Moon more precisely, hitting her in the chest and her torso turns on itself.

Jolyne apparently dead, Pucci proceeds to track Anasui. Emporio gets a phone call from Jotaro who reveals that Jolyne is still alive. Pucci is attacked by Jolyne who used Mobius Strips' property to cancel C-Moon's attack. Time stops and Star Platinum punches Pucci. Jotaro and Ermes managed to reach Cape Canaveral as well.

Cornered, Pucci realises that he can reproduce the gravitational conditions specified on the Diary by floating to a different location. As he reach the final stage, Made in Heaven appears and engulfs everyone in light.

Made in Heaven

Jolynedeath

Jolyne's death

Everyone wakes up, and the heroes realize that time is accelerating. The entire world is affected by the time acceleration and chaos spreads.

In Cape Canaveral, Pucci isn't affected by the flow of time like everyone else and proceeds to hunt down the heroes. To Jotaro's surprise, Pucci can even shorten his timestop. The party flees up to the ocean, where they expect to see Pucci coming. Pucci attacks, and Jotaro stops time, however he sees that knives are falling toward Jolyne, he pulls her out of danger's way and attack Pucci, but fails to hit him when time resumes. Jotaro's head is split in two, Anasui is killed as well as Ermes, and Jolyne receives a knife in the stomach anyway, sinking into the water.

Emporio faces Pucci, but Jolyne hasn't died yet. Blinding him partially with a knife, Jolyne ties Emporio to a dolphin which swims away and sacrifices herself to delay Pucci. Time accelerates to an insane speed, and every living thing is brought into a vortex.

Emporio awakens in Green Dolphin Street, meeting alternate versions of Jolyne and Jotaro. He can see the future but cannot escape it. Pucci appears and tracks the terrified child, explaining that he accelerated time to a singularity point and brought everyone into a universe succeeding the original one, in which everyone witnesses their future and exposing his will to have everyone at peace by accepting their Fate. As Emporio enters his ghost room and Pucci extends his arm, Pucci realizes that he pushed Weather's Disk into Emporio.

What a Wonderful World

Part6 Endpicture

End of Stone Ocean

Emporio uses Weather Report to increase the amount of oxygen in the room to lethal levels. Pucci is affected the fastest due to his time acceleration power, and is powerless as Weather Report finishes him off.

The universe is reset again, and Emporio meets again all of his companions in alternate forms. Seeing Jolyne's counterpart Irene bearing the Joestar birthmark, Emporio can only cry as she takes him in Anasui's counterpart Annakiss' car to meet Irene's father.

Characters

Character Name Stand Name Relation
Jolyne Cujoh Stone Free Main Protagonist
Ermes Costello Kiss Ally
Emporio Alniño Burning Down the House Ally
Jotaro Kujo Star Platinum: The World Ally
F.F. Foo Fighters Ally (Previously Villain)
Weather Report Weather Report - Heavy Weather Ally
Narciso Anasui Diver Down Ally (Previously Neutral)
Romeo Jisso N/A Neutral
Gwess Goo Goo Dolls Neutral (Previously Villain)
Loccobarocco N/A Neutral
Johngalli A Manhattan Transfer Villain
Thunder McQueen Highway to Hell Villain
Miraschon Marilyn Manson Villain
Lang Rangler Jumpin' Jack Flash Villain
Sports Maxx Limp Bizkit Villain
Guccio Survivor Villain
Viviano Westwood Planet Waves Villain
Kenzou Dragon's Dream Villain
D an G Yo-Yo Ma Villain
The Green Baby Green, Green Grass of Home Villain
Miu Miu Jail House Lock Villain
Ungalo Bohemian Rhapsody Villain
Rikiel Sky High Villain
Donatello Versus Under World Villain
Enrico Pucci Whitesnake - C-Moon - Made in Heaven Main Antagonist


Major Battles

Chapters

Stone Ocean consists of 158 chapters, compiled into Volumes 64 to 80 of the Jump Comics collected editions. The left column consists of the titles from the volumes while the right column consists of the titles from the Weekly Shonen Jump release of Part 6.[3][1]

SO Volume 1 (64): Prisoner FE40536: Jolyne Cujoh Release Date: ISBN:
(囚人番号FE40536空条徐倫 Shūjin Bangō FE40536 Kūjō Jorīn)
Flag of Japan May 1, 2000[2]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872866-7
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 001. Stone Ocean, Part 1 (石作りの海(ストーンオーシャン) その① Sutōn Ōshan Sono 1)
  • 002. Stone Ocean, Part 2 (石作りの海(ストーンオーシャン) その② Sutōn Ōshan Sono 2)
  • 003. Stone Ocean, Part 3 (石作りの海(ストーンオーシャン) その③ Sutōn Ōshan Sono 3)
  • 001. Prisoner #21! (留置番号21番! Tomeoki Bangō Nijūichi Ban!)
  • 002. The Future of Two (二人の未来 Ni Nin no Mirai)
  • 003. I Can't Forgive You! (お前は許さない! Omae wa Yurusa Nai!)
  • 004. Jolyne in #206 (206号の徐倫 Nihyakuroku Gō no Jorin)
  • 005. Copy-chan the Parrot (インコのピーちゃん Inko no Pī-chan)
  • 006. Simple Luck (チョロ吉誕生 Choro Kichi Tanjō)
  • 007. Goo Goo Dolls (グーグー・ドールズ Gū Gū Dōruzu)
  • 008. Cornered... (追いつめられて… Oitsumerare te...)
Volume 64
SO Volume 2 (65): Visitor to the Green Dolphin Street Jail Release Date: ISBN:
(グリーン・ドルフィン・ストリート刑務所の面会人
Gurīn Dorufin Sutorīto Keimusho no Menkainin
)

Flag of Japan August 4, 2000[3]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-872899-5
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 009. SF (S・F)
  • 010. Baseball Boy (ベースボール・ボーイ Bēsubōru Bōi)
  • 011. Is Someone Coming?! (誰が来るの!? Dare ga Kuru no!?)
  • 012. Jotaro Talks (承太郎は語る Jōtarō wa Kataru)
  • 013. Johngalli A the Sniper (狙撃手ジョンガリ・A Sogeki Shu Jongari A)
  • 014. Jolyne's Decision (徐倫の決断 Jorin no Ketsudan)
  • 015. I'll Protect You (私が守る Watashi ga Mamoru)
  • 016. Absolute Failure (前後不覚 Zengo Fukaku)
  • 017. Escape from the Nightmare (悪夢からの脱出 Akumu kara no Dasshutsu)
Volume 65
SO Volume 3 (66): Prisoner of Love Release Date: ISBN:
(プリズナー・オブ・ラヴ Purizunā Obu Ravu)
Flag of Japan October 4, 2000[4]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873027-1
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 018. Capture Strategy (捕獲計画 Hokaku Keikaku)
  • 019. Bonds ( Kizuna)
  • 020. Jolyne's Decision (徐倫の決断 Jorin no Ketsudan)
  • 021. A New Awakening (新たなる目覚め Arata Naru Mezame)
  • 022. The Janitor's Melancholy (掃除人の憂鬱 Sōjijin no Yūutsu)
  • 023. Fellow Travelers to Hell (地獄へ道連れ Jigoku e Michizure)
  • 024. Ghost of the Mansion (屋敷幽霊 Yashiki Yūrei)
  • 025. Electric Shock Hell (電撃地獄 Dengeki Jigoku)
  • 026. Farm Search Squad (農場捜索隊 Nōjō Sōsaku Tai)
  • 027. How Many People? (全部で何人? Zenbu de Nan Nin?)
Volume 66
SO Volume 4 (67): Go! Foo Fighters Release Date: ISBN:
(行くぞ! フー・ファイターズ Iku Zo! Fū Faitāzu)
Flag of Japan December 4, 2000[5]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873051-6
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 028. Run! (走れ! Hashire!)
  • 029. You Idiot!! (バカなっ!! Bakana!!)
  • 030. Foo Fighters (フー・ファイターズ Fū Faitāzu)
  • 031. Two Vs. Two (2対2 Ni Tai Ni)
  • 032. A Trade Covered in Wounds (傷だらけの取引 Kizu Darake no Torihiki)
  • 033. Holy Father (敬虔なる神父 Keiken Naru Shinpu)
  • 034. Catch Commencing (キャッチボール開始 Kyacchibōru Kaishi)
  • 035. A Dangerous Bet (危険な賭け Kiken Na Kake)
  • 036. The Collector (取り立て人 Toritatenin)
Volume 67
SO Volume 5 (68): Savage Garden Strategy (Head for the Courtyard!) Release Date: ISBN:
(サヴェジ・ガーデン作戦 (中庭へ向かえ!)
Saveji Gāden Sakusen (Nakaniwa e Mukae!)
)

Flag of Japan February 2, 2001[6]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873077-6
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 037. A Further Bet (さらなる賭け Saranaru Kake)
  • 038. The Moving Room (動く部屋 Ugoku Heya)
  • 039. How Many Balls Was It? (何球だっけ? Nan Kyū Dakke?)
  • 040. The Man Without Memories (記憶なき男 Kioku Naki Otoko)
  • 041. Loss of Control (制御不能 Seigyo Funō)
  • 042. Natural Disaster (天変地異 Tenpenchii)
  • 043. Extreme Situation (極限状態 Kyokugen Jōtai)
  • 044. Firing Range (射程距離 Shatei Kyori)
  • 045. Spinning Bullet Hell (回転弾地獄 Kaiten Dan Jigoku)
Volume 68
SO Volume 6 (69): Flash Flood Warning Release Date: ISBN:
(集中豪雨警報発令 Shūchū Gōu Keihō Hatsurei)
Flag of Japan April 4, 2001[7]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873103-2
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 046. I Was Waiting (待っていたわ Matte I Ta wa)
  • 047. To the Central Yard (中庭へ Nakaniwa e)
  • 048. Abnormal Weather (超常気象 Chō Tsune Kishō)
  • 049. Absolute Orders (絶対命令 Zettai Meirei)
  • 050. Searching for the Lost (探し物 Sagashi Butsu)
  • 051. Ermes' Past (エルメェスの過去 Erumesu no Kako)
  • 052. The Resurrected One (蘇りし者 Yomigaeri Shi Mono)
  • 053. An Unknown Power (未知なる力 Michi Naru Chikara)
  • 054. Invisible Corpse (見えない死骸 Mie Nai Shigai)
Volume 69
SO Volume 7 (70): Ultra Security Solitary Release Date: ISBN:
(ウルトラセキュリティ懲罰房 Urutora Sekyuriti Chōbatsubō)
Flag of Japan June 4, 2001[8]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873126-1
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 055. Not Human? (人間じゃあない? Ningen jā Nai?)
  • 056. Ermes' Resolve (エルメェスの覚悟 Erumesu no Kakugo)
  • 057. Conclusion (決着 Kecchaku)
  • 058. The Memories of the 'Bone' (「骨」の記憶 'Hone' no Kioku)
  • 059. Murderer, Rise! (殺人鬼、起つ! Satsujinki, Tatsu!)
  • 060. Fight Club (ファイトクラブ Faito Kurabu)
  • 061. The Weakest Stand in History (史上最弱のスタンド Shijō Sai Jaku no Sutando)
  • 062. Failure (不覚 Fukaku)
  • 063. It's Coming! (来るッ! Kuru!)
Volume 70
SO Volume 8 (71): Burn Dragon's Dream Release Date: ISBN:
(燃えよ竜の夢(ドラゴンズ・ドリーム) Moe yo Doragonzu Dorīmu)
Flag of Japan September 4, 2001[9]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873160-5
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 064. Cracks (ヒビ Hibi)
  • 065. Starlight (星の光 Hoshi no Hikari)
  • 066. The Woman Who Never Learns (懲りない女 Kori Nai Onna)
  • 067. From the Conclusion (結論から Ketsuron kara)
  • 068. Kenzou (ケンゾー Kenzō)
  • 069. The Direction of Misfortune (凶の方角 Kyō no Hōgaku)
  • 070. Exhaust Fan (換気扇 Kankisen)
  • 071. A Mirror Is Needed! (鏡が必要! Kagami ga Hitsuyō!)
  • 072. Under Execution (死刑執行 Shikei Shikkō)
Volume 71
SO Volume 9 (72): Birth of the Green Release Date: ISBN:
(緑色の誕生 Midoriiro no Tanjō)
Flag of Japan November 2, 2001[10]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873183-4
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 073. A Safe Place (安全な位置 Anzen Na Ichi)
  • 074. Split Up! (離れる! Hanareru!)
  • 075. True Love (本物の愛 Honmono no Ai)
  • 076. The Boy and the Bone (小男と骨 Kootoko To Hone)
  • 077. The Sun's Direction (太陽の方向 Taiyō no Hōkō)
  • 078. Survival (生き残り Ikinokori)
  • 079. Servant (召し使い Meshi Tsukai)
  • 080. The Next Target (次の標的 Tsugi no Hyōteki)
  • 081. Whistling (ヒューヒュー Hyū Hyū)
Volume 72
SO Volume 10 (73): Awaken Release Date: ISBN:
(AWAKEN-目覚め AWAKEN-Mezame)
Flag of Japan February 4, 2002[11]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873225-1
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 085. Awaken, Part 1 (AWAKEN(アウェイクン)-目覚め その① AWAKEN-Mezame Sono 1)
  • 082. Yo-Yo Ma (ヨーヨーマッ Yō Yō Ma)
  • 083. Tracking Sensor (追跡センサー Tsuiseki Sensā)
  • 084. Hallelujah (ハレルヤ Hareruya)
  • 085. Memories (思い出 Omoide)
  • 086. One-Half (2分の1 Ni Bunno Ichi)
  • 087. A Way to Catch Up (追いつく方法 Oitsuku Hōhō)
  • 088. Study (学習 Gakushū)
  • 089. Intelligence (知能 Chinō)
  • 090. Control Tower (司令塔 Shirētou)
Volume 73
SO Volume 11 (74): Head Out! Paradise Time Release Date: ISBN:
(向かえ! 天国の時 Mukae! Tengoku no Toki)
Flag of Japan April 4, 2002[12]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873250-3
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 095. New Moon! New Priest (新月の時!(ニュー)神父 Shingetsu no Toki! Nyū Shinpu)
  • 096. Jail House Lock!, Part 1 (JAIL(ジェイル) HOUSE(ハウス) LOCK(ロック)! その① Jeiru Hausu Rokku! Sono 1)
  • 097. Jail House Lock!, Part 2 (JAIL(ジェイル) HOUSE(ハウス) LOCK(ロック)! その② Jeiru Hausu Rokku! Sono 2)
  • 098. Jail House Lock!, Part 3 (JAIL(ジェイル) HOUSE(ハウス) LOCK(ロック)! その③ Jeiru Hausu Rokku! Sono 3)
  • 099. Jail House Lock!, Part 4 (JAIL(ジェイル) HOUSE(ハウス) LOCK(ロック)! その④ Jeiru Hausu Rokku! Sono 4)
  • 091. Kokokon (コココーン Kokokōn)
  • 092. Unknown True Character (得体が知れない Etai ga Shire Nai)
  • 093. Handcuffs (手錠 Tejō)
  • 094. Sign of Apology (謝罪の印 Shazai no Shirushi)
  • 095. The Very End (最後の最後 Saigo no Saigo)
  • 096. An Important Thing (必要なもの Hitsuyō Na Mono)
  • 097. Up to Three (3つまで San Tsuma de)
  • 098. Just This (これだけ Kore dake)
  • 099. You're Chasing... (追ってるのは… Otteru No wa...)
Volume 74
SO Volume 12 (75): Escape... Release Date: ISBN:
(脱獄へ... Datsugoku e...)
Flag of Japan July 4, 2002[13]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873284-8
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 100. Jail House Lock!, Part 5 (JAIL(ジェイル) HOUSE(ハウス) LOCK(ロック)! その⑤ Jeiru Hausu Rokku! Sono 5)
  • 101. Jail House Lock!, Part 6 (JAIL(ジェイル) HOUSE(ハウス) LOCK(ロック)! その⑥ Jeiru Hausu Rokku! Sono 6)
  • 102. Escape... (脱獄へ... Datsugoku e...)
  • 104. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 1 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その① Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 1)
  • 105. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 2 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その② Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 2)
  • 106. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 3 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その③ Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 3)
  • 107. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 4 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その④ Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 4)
  • 108. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 5 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その⑤ Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 5)
  • 100. Simultaneously! (同時に! Dōjini!)
  • 101. The Numbers' Meaning (数字の意味 Sūji no Imi)
  • 102. Who? (誰を? Dare o?)
  • 103. The Three Flows (3つ流れた Santsu Nagare Ta)
  • 104. Kind Weather (優しいウェザー Yasashii Wezā)
  • 105. Whose Fan? (誰のファン? Dare no Fan?)
  • 106. To Eat (食べるため Taberu Tame)
  • 107. Story Street (ストーリー通り Sutōrī Dōri)
  • 108. Snip! (ヂョキン! Djokin!)
Volume 75
SO Volume 13 (76): Sky High! Release Date: ISBN:
(空高くスカイ・ハイ! Sora Takaku Sukai Hai!)
Flag of Japan September 4, 2002[14]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873315-9
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 109. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 6 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その⑥ Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 6)
  • 110. Bohemian Rhapsody, Part 7 (自由人の狂想曲(ボヘミアン・ラプソディー) その⑦ Bohemian Rapusodī Sono 7)
  • 109. Quickly! (早く! Hayaku!)
  • 110. Banzai (バンザーイ Banzāi)
  • 111. Surprisingly (意外と― Igaitō)
  • 112. Rods (ロッズ Rozzu)
  • 113. A 'Fast' Foe (「速い」敵 'Hayai' Teki)
  • 114. There (あった Atta)
  • 115. Wise Emporio (物知りエンポリオ Monoshiri Enporio)
  • 116. Apollo 11 (アポロ11号 Aporo Jū Ichi Gō)
  • 117. Coincidence and Calculation (偶然と計算 Gūzen to Keisan)
Volume 76
SO Volume 14 (77): Three Days to the New Moon Release Date: ISBN:
(天国の時 新月まであと3日
Tengoku no Toki Shingetsu made Ato Mikka
)

Flag of Japan December 4, 2002[15]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873346-3
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 118. Interesting (おもしろい Omoshiroi)
  • 119. Hole ( Ana)
  • 120. The Thing You Remember (記憶するのは Kioku Suru No wa)
  • 121. Annoying (うるせー Urusē)
  • 122. I Want It~~ (ほしいなぁ~~ Hoshii nā~~)
  • 123. Guilt (罪悪感 Zaiaku Kan)
  • 124. Straw House (藁の家 Wara no Ie)
  • 125. A Different Person (別人 Betsujin)
  • 126. Dangerous (ヤッベ Yabbe)
Volume 77
SO Volume 15 (78): Heavy Weather Release Date: ISBN:
(ヘビー・ウェザー Hebī Wezā)
Flag of Japan February 4, 2003[16]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873383-8
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 127. Meeting (出会い Deai)
  • 128. Conventional (しきたり Shikitari)
  • 129. Voice ( Koe)
  • 130. Growth (増殖 Zōshoku)
  • 131. Don't Rush (焦るな Aseru na)
  • 132. Found It (見つけた Mitsuke Ta)
  • 133. Already Here (既にいる Sudeni Iru)
  • 134. Sunlight (太陽の光 Taiyō no Hikari)
  • 135. Just Realized (今 気付いた Ima Kizui Ta)
Volume 78
SO Volume 16 (79): Coming to Cape Canaveral Release Date: ISBN:
(ケープ・カナベラルにて Kēpu Kanaberaru nite)
Flag of Japan April 4, 2003[17]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873410-1
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 146. C-Moon, Part 6 (C(シー)-()MOON(ムーン) その⑥ Shī Mūn Sono 6)
  • 136. Within Range (射程内 Shatei Nai)
  • 137. Ceased (やんだ Yan Da)
  • 138. 15 Minutes (15分 Jūgo Bun)
  • 139. Horizontal (水平 Suihei)
  • 140. That Gesture (そのしぐさ Sono Shigusa)
  • 141. Don't Panic (パニくるな Pani Kuru na)
  • 142. Garitsu (ガリッ Garitsu)
  • 143. As Expected (やっぱり Yappari)
  • 144. Incoming Mail (メール着信 Mēru Chakushin)
  • 145. Hand ( Te)
  • 146. The Form of a Heart (胸の形 Mune no Katachi)
Volume 79
SO Volume 17 (80): Made in Heaven Release Date: ISBN:
(メイド・イン・ヘブン Meido In Hevun)
Flag of Japan July 4, 2003[18]
Flag of Japan 978-4-08-873483-5
Volume Titles Weekly Shonen Jump Titles
  • 147. The Joestar Lineage (ジョースターの血統 Jōsutā no Kettō)
  • 148. Position (位置 Ichi)
  • 149. Quick! (早い! Hayai!)
  • 150. Sequence (シュンッ Shuntsu)
  • 151. Marriage Announcement (結婚宣言 Kekkon Sengen)
  • 152. The Happiness of Humanity (人類の幸福 Jinrui no Kōfuku)
  • 153. It's Nice (いいわ Ii wa)
  • 154. The Martyrs (殉教者達 Junkyōsha Tachi)
  • 155. Furthermore! (さらに! Sarani!)
  • 156. The Dawn of Destiny (運命の夜明け Unmei no Yoake)
  • 157. Zubutsu (ズブッ Zubutsu)
  • 158. Meeting (出会い Deai)
Volume 80

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References

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