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This page features nameless minor characters found in the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series. These characters played fairly minor but varying roles throughout the storyline. Most of their titles were translated from the encyclopedia found in JoJo6251.

Phantom Blood

Aztec Chief

ChiefA

Chief of the Aztecs

Manga Debut: Chapter 1, Prologue

He's the muscular chief of a powerful vampiric cult hidden within the Aztec empire during the B.C. 12-16 century, at the center of Mexico. The tribe was known for its sacrificial rituals and cannibalistic traditions. The chief sacrificed a maiden in a ritual so the demonic Stone Mask could absorb her fresh, living blood and give him eternal life. The mask then pierced his brain and turned him into a vampire. He asked one of the cult members if he wished to become his life force and sucked his blood after the man agreed. This tribe somehow vanished from history, leaving countless unknown ruins in the process. It's possible the Chieftain decimated the tribe himself. He's a playable character in the game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Phantom Blood on EXTRA chapters mode, where he needs to defeat all the other 500 Aztecs on the sacrifice altar, with his special movement being the knife stabbed he used on his very first appearance. He appears as a Campaign Support Character in All-Star Battle with his mask granting the player an increase in strength and defense.

Woman from Bar

UnknownLady

Unnamed Woman

Manga Debut: Chapter 1, Prologue
Anime Debut: Episode 1, Dio the Invader
Seiyuu: Aiko Iwamura
She appears in the flashback of the carriage incident in Chapter 1, which is her only appearance. Dario Brando says that she was a woman he met in a bar. She is the one who notices the dead woman and the baby inside the carriage and informs Dario. She is reluctant to go along with Dario's moneymaking schemes, but is soon persuaded.

Dio Brando's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 1, Prologue (Mentioned only)
Little is known about her. She was a poor woman married to Dario Brando. She appeared to be the only person Dio Brando ever cared for, as he mentions that he hated his father for making her suffer and "working her to death."[1] The date of her death was between 1867 and 1880.

Brats

TheBrats

The Brats

Manga Debut: Chapter 1, Prologue
Anime Debut: Episode 1, Dio the Invader
Seiyuu: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka & Ryōta Asari

One boy bullied Erina Pendleton by stealing her doll before beating Jonathan Joestar who interrupted him. The other boy also bullied Erina.

Kempo Master

Kempo Fighter

Kempo Fighter

Manga Debut: Chapter 8, The Stone Mask, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 2, A Letter from the Past
Seiyuu: Itaru Yamamoto

He's the man who was fighting Jonathan with Robert E. O. Speedwagon and Tattoo. He is prideful of his oriental techniques although he was quickly defeated. He is later seen accompanying Jonathan before he departed from England.

Vagrants

Manga Debut: Chapter 9, The Stone Mask, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 2, A Letter from the Past
Vagrants

Vagrants

After Jonathan Joestar discovered that Dio poisoned his father and set off to find a cure, Dio becomes paranoid and begins wandering through the streets whilst drinking. He eventually bumps into a tramp and his friend and picks a fight with them. Dio decides to use one of them as a live test subject for the Stone Mask, believing it to be a instrument of torture and murder. He then forced one of the vagrants to put on the mask and stabbed his partner in the throat. The mask, now soaked in blood, turned the tramp into a vampire who attacked Dio to suck his blood. The tramp became younger while absorbing Dio's blood, but disintegrated after witnessing the sunlight.

Inspector

Manga Debut: Chapter 12, Youth with Dio, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 3, Youth with Dio
Seiyuu: Takashi Nagasako

Inspector

Police Inspector

The police inspector was a friend of George Joestar. 20 years before the events of Part 1, having just started working in the police, he arrested Dario Brando as his first accomplishment, after finding him with Mary Joestar's stolen wedding ring. The inspector knew George would never give it to anyone and came to the conclusion that Dario stole it, but George told him he actually gave the ring to Dario. That was a lie, but George was still grateful for Dario "saving" his life. 20 years later, He was called to arrest Dio Brando with police officers after it was proven that he planned to kill George. Dio ended up killing George, which made the inspector curse himself about how he shouldn't have let Dario get out of jail years ago. Dio, now a vampire, snuck behind the inspector and tore his head off at his maxilla and killed the rest of the police officers.

Will's Father

Manga Debut: Chapter 20, Jack the Ripper and Zeppeli the Eccentric, Part 3
Anime Debut: Episode 4, Overdrive
Will's father

Will's Father as a vampire

He was the leader of an archaeological group at his own university. Consisting of 60 people including himself and his own son, they traveled all over the world, including Egypt and India. The group headed to Mexico to excavate an underground Aztec ruin and found the Stone Mask. On the Atlantic Ocean he learned how to use the mask and brutally killed everyone, turning some of them into zombies. As he still thirsted for blood, he jumped in the water in pursuit of his son William Anthonio Zeppeli, but dawn came and the morning light killed him before he could kill Will. It was only then that Will realized the vampire was his father. The ship with the mask drifted away somewhere until it was discovered by George Joestar I.

HamonUser

The Doctor

Oriental Doctor

Manga Debut: Chapter 32, The Medieval Ages Dark Knights' Murder Training Grounds
Anime Debut: Episode 6, Tomorrow's Courage

He is a young man who called himself a doctor. He, as a doctor, used the Ripple to heal the diseases and injuries of his patients. When Zeppeli found him, he was healing a patient using the Ripple by simply touching his patient's leg with mortification, and magically heals it to functionality. Zeppeli asks how the doctor got his powers and he tells him to go up the Nuu River and look for his master Tonpetty.

Pocofather

Poco's Father


Poco's Father

Manga Debut: Chapter 37, The Three from a Faraway Country, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 8, Blood Battle! JoJo & Dio
Seiyuu: Kenshirō Usuki

When Poco returns home, he finds his father, who slaps him and asks him where he had been. Poco doesn't answer the question and instead asks his father where is his sister is. His father replies that she went to look for him.

Battle Tendency

Police Officers #1

Manga Debut: Chapter 45, New York's Joseph Joestar, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 10, New York's JoJo
Seiyuu: Hiroaki Tajiri

Officers

The two Officers

A pair of corrupt, racist New York City police officers. They confronted Smokey Brown shortly after he stole Joseph Joestar's wallet. They resorted to brutality upon the thief and took the wallet from him "as evidence". Greedy, they wanted him to give them half of the things he stole or else he would go to jail. Joseph, to help Smokey, told them he actually gave his wallet to him, so the officers needed to let the boy go and return the wallet. When the police officers refused (and one of them wipe his snot on Joseph's shirt), Joseph defeated both in battle by using the Ripple and saved Smokey.

Brass Knuckles Guy

UnnamedMan

The Unnamed Gangster

Manga Debut: Chapter 47, New York's Joseph Joestar, Part 3
Anime Debut: Episode 10, New York's JoJo
Seiyuu: Kanehira Yamamoto

He first appears at the restaurant where Joseph, Erina and Smokey decide to eat at, complaining about how they can allow African-American people (referring to Smokey) in the restaurant. Smokey tries to calm down the situation by leaving, but he is stopped by Joseph, who angrily starts a fight with the man and easily defeats him after predicting where his brass knuckles were and tricking him into punching a hat rack. Before the fight, Joseph notes that the man had recently fought due to the brass knuckle marks on his hands and blood on his shirt.

Gangster Customer

Manga Debut: Chapter 47, New York's Joseph Joestar, Part 3
Anime Debut: Episode 10, New York's JoJo
Seiyuu: Daichi Endō

Gangster Customer

Gangster Customer

After Joseph's fight with the Brass Knuckles Guy, another gangster customer approaches Joseph with news about Speedwagon. He reveals that the Brass Knuckles Guy was his subordinate and told Joseph that Speedwagon was killed by Straizo while investigating the Pillar Men. Joseph then punches the gangster in the gut, angry at how he would give such information out of nowhere without worrying how Erina would react to a friend's death.

Reporter

Manga Debut: Chapter 51, Straizo VS Joseph, Part 4
Anime Debut: Episode 11, The Game Master
Seiyuu: Seiko Yoshida

UnnamedReporter

Unnamed Girl

She arrives at the cafe where Joseph and Straizo were fighting and begins to take some photos, saying it would reach the front page of the newspaper. Straizo catches her off guard and uses her as a hostage to approach Joseph; Joseph says he wouldn't risk his life to save "an ugly bitch like her" as a bluff. Straizo ends up ripping her tooth out to enrage Joseph, which causes him to go back on his bluff and attack Straizo. Later, after being saved, she punches Joseph in the face for insulting her and then kicks his knee, after which she screams from the delayed pain in her mouth from losing her tooth.

Courageous Mexican Child

Manga Debut: Chapter 53, 'The Pillar Man'
Anime Debut: Episode 11, The Game Master
Seyiuu: Yūichi Iguchi

Courageous child

The Mexican Child

A child introduced as one of the locals Stroheim imprisoned in his hacienda to have blood available for the experiments his scientists perform on Vampires and the Pillar Man. When Stroheim orders the locals to choose among them the next guinea pig, the child offers to participate to Stroheim's experiments, so that his fellow villagers may be saved. From this demonstration of selflessness, he earns Stroheim's respect, but his sacrifice has the opposite intended effect: he is spared and Stroheim orders everyone else to be killed.

Mexican Thugs

Manga Debut: Chapter 53, 'The Pillar Man'

Mexican thugs

A band of Mexican thugs who mock Joseph when he unknowingly drinks horse drinking water. Calling him a "gringo" and saying that he smells, the thugs first plan to steal Joseph's bagages and leave him in the desert. However when Joseph manages to hit flies on a wooden colum with glass shards he flicked without hitting one the thug's hand then wrestle the same thug into submission. They are frightened into fetching him water and food.

Nazi Gatekeepers

Manga Debut: Chapter 56, 'The Pillar Man: Santana', Part 3
Anime Debut: Episode 12, The Pillar Man
Hiroaki Tajiri & Yūya Murakami

GermanSoldiers

Nazi Gatekeepers

These Nazis were the guards of the Nazi laboratory where experiments where conducted with Santana. They checked people who wanted to enter the base, mostly women bringing food. They did a body check on every woman, and if one of them didn't allow it, the guards wouldn't let her pass despite the risk of them losing their jobs. The guards quickly saw through Joseph Joestar's woman disguise, surprised at how he couldn't see himself obviously suspicious. Joseph knocked both guards out and stole one of their uniforms to disguise himself.

  • The guards shout "Tacos" when Joseph knocks them out. In Jojo's Bizarre Words, Araki explains that, despite being German, they said this due to the setting being in Mexico.

Girl

Manga Debut: Chapter 63, Rome's Joseph Joestar
Anime Debut: Episode 14, Ultimate Warriors from Ancient Times
Seiyuu: Eimi Okada

Girl

Girl

This girl was taking pictures of a fountain until Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli asked to take a picture of her with the fountain. Caesar, to mock Joseph,  told him he couldn't even beat the girl with his weak Ripple and gave her a Ripple kiss. The girl, now controlled by Caesar, attacked Joseph by strangling him. After trapping Joseph into a bubble, Caesar goes to kiss the girl again to free her from his Ripple spell, but is surprised when a pigeon comes out of her mouth and enters his own. Joseph then reveals that, while she was strangling him, he infused a small pigeon with the Ripple and put it into her mouth, claiming that Caesar couldn't even beat a pigeon with his weak Ripple.

Nazi Officer

Manga Debut: Chapter 64, The Red Stone of Aja
Anime Debut: Episode 14, Ultimate Warriors from Ancient Times
Nazi Officer

The Nazi Officer

Seiyuu: Jiro Saito

This officer was in charge of the investigation on the Pillar Men Wamuu, Esidisi and Kars. His job was to cut the Pillar Men out of the stone wall and transport them to a shelter in Germany. He kept ultraviolet lights on them, but Wamuu managed to kill one Nazi with his horn and made his blood splatter into the light bulbs, blocking the beams. Wamuu then fused the hands of every Nazi together and touched the officer's head, sucking the life force of everyone at the same time.

Pickpocket

Pickpocket

Pickpocket

Manga Debut: Chapter 75, Ripple Teacher Lisa Lisa, Part 5
Before Joseph and Caesar's final test, the crew goes strolling through the streets of San Marco, Venice to discuss the Red Stone of Aja. During their trip, this man tries to steal the stone from Lisa Lisa, but is immediately caught and halted by her. Joseph then appears to test the extent of his Ripple growth by deflecting the man's knife using only his finger and then proceeds to pour mustard all over him. Stunned, the man stumbles away. He is seen again in Switzerland, and is revealed to be a nazi spy working for Stroheim.

Caesar's Siblings

Manga Debut: Chapter 89, Caesar's Lonely Youth, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 20, Caesar's Lonely Youth
This section requires expansion.

Kars' Double

Manga Debut: Chapter 105, The Link Between Lisa Lisa and JoJo, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 23, The Warrior Returning to the Wind

KarsFake

The vampire disguised as Kars

This vampire was one of the many who served Kars during the final battle in Part 2. Kars never intended to fight Lisa Lisa in a fair battle, so he made one of his vampires disguise as him so he could trick his opponent. Now as Kars' Double, he attacked Lisa Lisa but was easily killed. His death was the perfect distraction for Kars to land a surprise attack and stab her in the back.

Bloodsucking Zombie

Manga Debut: Chapter 108, JoJo's Ultimate Ripple, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 24, The Link to JoJo
Seiyuu: Kanehira Yamamoto

GeorgeIIDeath

The Bloodsucking Zombie attacks George Joestar II

This bloodsucking zombie was one of the many who served Dio Brando. He survived the final battle at the end of Part 1, escaped from the Ripple users and hid away for decades. He was cunning and intelligent, taking great care of not leaving signs behind him by eating humans up to their last bones and hair. As multiplying could have given him away, he made sure not to turn anyone else into a zombie. He eventually managed to hold a post as major squad leader in the British Air Force, but never showed himself during daylight. He used a wheel chair as pretext, claiming to have been wounded during the war.

George Joestar II, knowing about the story of Dio and zombies, understood that the major was a zombie and tried to gather evidence against him, but by the time he found out, was discovered by the zombie before he could contact Straizo and was killed. Lisa Lisa, discovering the truth behind his death, killed the major with the Ripple. She was spotted by an officer and became wanted for a serious crime against the homeland. As no one else knew about the zombies, they had just assumed she killed a major of the Air British force.

Stardust Crusaders

Police Officers #2

Manga Debut: Chapter 114, Jotaro Kujo, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 27, A Man Possessed by an Evil Spirit
Seiyuu: Eiji Miyashita & Koutarou Nakamura


Police Officers 2

Police Officers #2

These two police officers arrested Jotaro Kujo for brutally beating four thugs, including a boxing champion and ones wielding nunchakus and knifes. They called his mother Holy Kujo to get Jotaro out of his cell, as he refused to leave it. To prove that he was possessed by a evil spirit , Jotaro made many objects appear in his cell and grabbed the gun of one of the officers. He then shot himself in the head, but the bullet stopped in mid-air thanks to his StandStar Platinum. They then witness Jotaro and Avdol fight, but couldn't see their Stands. One of them feared he would be fired if someone found out a possessed man was in his jail, as well as Joseph's safety, warning him that he wouldn't be responsible if something happened to Joseph if he wanted to get closer to Jotaro.

Jotaro's Groupies

Manga Debut: Chapter 118, Noriyaki Kakyoin, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 28, Who Will Be the Judge?!
Seiyuu: Ikumi Hyama, Minami Takahashi, Ikumi Nakagami, Yuka Aisaka, Ai Kakuma

Jotaros groupies

Jotaro surrounded by his admirers

A group of Jotaro's female admirers, who follow him when he goes to school and flirt with him. While Jotaro mostly ignores them, their constant and loud bickering annoys him greatly. He then violently tells them to shut up, but the groupies find that charming instead. When Jotaro trips and falls down a huge set of stairs, they all rush to his help. One of the groupies finds Kakyoin quite attractive as well, only for the others to rebuke her.

Female Doctor

Manga Debut: Chapter 118, Noriaki Kakyoin, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 28, Who Will Be the Judge?!
Seiyuu: Ayumi Tsunematsu

UnnamedDoctor

The Female Doctor

The nurse at Jotaro Kujo's school. She's used to attending to people who had fought with him in the past, so when Jotaro entered her office injured, she had asked if he had gotten into another fight. She then realizes that Jotaro has never been injured in a fight before, and decides to believe him when he says he fell off some stairs. She then tries to take the temperature of two other students to prove they are faking their fever to skip class, but picks up a pen instead of a thermometer. Claiming that the pen is a thermometer, she stabs one of the students in the eye, and it is revealed that she is possessed by Kakyoin's Stand, Hierophant Green. Jotaro, unable to attack the Stand without damaging her, forcefully kisses her and makes Star Platinum bite Hierophant Green, pulling the Stand out of her through her mouth.

Her internal organs are damaged when Hierophant Green is forcefully removed, causing Jotaro to become angry and defeat Kakyoin shortly after. He notes that despite her injuries, she will be fine with some medical attention. She is a boss in the game JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (SFC Game).

Manga Artist

Manga Debut: Chapter 189, 'God Khnum' Oingo and 'God Tohth' Boingo, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 52, 'The Fool' Iggy and 'God Geb' N'Doul, Part 2
Seiyuu: Kengo Kawanishi

Manga Artist(Anime)

The Manga Artist unknowingly reading his fate in Boingo's Stand, "Tohth."

This friendly manga artist traveled around the world in search of unique manga works. He approaches Boingo and asks him about his "comic" Tohth, impressed that such a thing existed in Egypt. Boingo lets him see it, and as the artist reads it he becomes slightly disturbed at the content, but intrigued at the same time. Oingo approaches them and says that it is not for sale, and scared the manga artist after he insisted on buying it. Later, the manga artist takes a bus that is hit by a truck and thrown on its side. He is thrown out of the bus towards a utility pole and killed with his neck impaled on it. Oingo and Boingo, having seen Tohth's prediction of the mangaka's bloody death, wait for the next bus.

Chaka's Father

Manga Debut: Chapter 193, 'God Anubis', Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 54, 'God Anubis', Part 1

Chaka father

Chaka's father holding Anubis

 He, along with two friends and his son Chaka, found the Anubis sword and thought it was valuable enough to sell for a profit. He then tried to unsheathe the sword, but the Stand didn't want to control him, so he was unable to pick the sword. Instead, the Stand possessed Chaka and made him kill everyone on sight. Chaka's father was accidentally killed by his own son while standing behind him, as Anubis was just starting to control the young farmer. Chaka stabbed him in the head with the sword and then killed both of his friends.


Anubis' Users

Four Mice

Manga Debut: Chapter 195, 'God Anubis', Part 3
Anime Debut: Episode 54, 'God Anubis', Part 1
After Jean Pierre Polnareff defeated Chaka, Anubis hypnotized four mice to carry it away from Polnareff. However Polnareff spotted the mice before they could flee and took the sword.

Boy

Manga Debut: Chapter 198, 'God Anubis', Part 6
Anime Debut: Episode 55, 'God Anubis', Part 2
Seiyuu: Shizuka Ishigami
An Egyptian boy wearing a turban and introduced licking a candy. After the fight between Polnareff controlled by Anubis and Jotaro Kujo, he picked the greatest shard of the sword out of curiosity and was immediately hypnotized. The boy then tried to throw the shard at Jotaro from behind but tripped at the last moment because Iggy stole his candy. The boy missed his target and threw Anubis into the Nile.

Old Lady

Manga Debut: Chapter 200, 'Goddess Bastet' Mariah, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 56, 'Goddess Bastet' Mariah, Part 1
Seiyuu: Toshiko Sawada

Old lady

Old Lady

After Joseph is affected by Bastet, he comes across an old lady who considers herself young, despite not being able to even stand without the aid of a umbrella. The buttons of her clothes lift up due to the magnetism of Bastet, which made her assume Joseph was in love with her and demonstrated it by lifting her skirt. She didn't mind the supposed aggressive personality, stating she actually liked men like that. In fear, Joseph ran away from her to pursue Mariah. When chasing Mariah, Muhammad Avdol confused her legs with that of the old lady in the bathroom. Once again she thought Joseph was stalking her and started to follow him. Later she witnesses Joseph and Avdol's attempt to separate from an embarrassing position and thought Joseph was just a pervert playing with her heart. She then started to beat the two until they ran away once again from her.

D'Arby's Cat

Manga Debut: Chapter 211, D'Arby the Gambler, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 60, D'Arby the Gambler, Part 1

D'arbycat

Turning to get the meat

When the group encounters Daniel J. D'Arby in a cafe, Polnareff is tricked into making a bet with him on whether a nearby cat will go out of its way to pick up a piece of meat. At the last second, the cat swerves to grab the meat, and Polnareff's soul is captured by D'Arby's Stand Osiris. D'Arby then reveals that the cat belongs to him.

Dealerboy

The dealer boy

Dealer Boy

Manga Debut: Chapter 214, D'Arby the Gambler, Part 4
Anime Debut: Episode 61, D'Arby the Gambler, Part 2
Seiyuu: Shizuka Ishigami

After Jotaro catches D'Arby cheating and breaks his fingers with Star Platinum, Avdol approaches a nearby boy to deal the cards in their poker game. Unbeknownst to Avdol and Jotaro, the boy is in D'Arby's employ, as are all the customers and employees of the cafe. During the game, he panics and begins to look to D'Arby for instructions, but ultimately escapes the situation unscathed.

Punks

Manga Debut: Chapter 217, Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 62, Hol Horse and Boingo, Part 1
Seiyuu: Daigo Fujimaki & Shō Okumura

Punks

The punks with Hol Horse

These two punks argued over a taxi with Hol Horse, pushing him out of the way to pick it first. When asked what he would do about it, Hol Horse immediately shot one of them in the head with Emperor and took the taxi first, while they were wondering what happened (as ordinary people can't see Stands). Later they try to run over Hol Horse with a truck, but instead they crush the Joestar group.

Beggar

Manga Debut: Chapter 222, The Gatekeeper of Hell, Pet Shop, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 64, The Gatekeeper of Hell, Pet Shop, Part 1
Seiyuu: Haruo Yamagishi

Beggar

The wealthy beggar

This beggar initially approached a dirty Polnareff as a way to tell him to get out of "his turf", as he assumed Polnareff himself was a beggar. As Avdol told Polnareff later, in Cairo there are bands of beggars, each with their own territories and salaries. After seeing Polnareff was given money for being a "foreign beggar", this man wondered if he could earn more if he himself acted like a foreigner, even though this hurt his pride. As he already knew Avdol, he was asked to look for DIO's mansion because he had good sources. The man immediately revealed himself to be quite wealthy, as he had a car and a business suit. He eventually found DIO's mansion, but was killed by Pet Shop before he could tell Avdol its location.


Boy

Chibi and Buchi's master

Chibi and Buchi's Master

Manga Debut: Chapter 223, The Gatekeeper of Hell, Pet Shop, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 64, The Gatekeeper of Hell, Pet Shop, Part 1
Seiyuu: Miho Hino

This boy was the master of Chibi and Buchi, two big and violent dogs. As a dog lover, he was worried when his dogs disappeared. He eventually found his dogs' remains being eaten by Pet Shop, and was attacked by the bird. Iggy, who initially didn't want to engage in battle, decided to save him from Pet Shop and killed the bird, but was heavily injured in the fight. In return, the kid helped Iggy heal his injuries from the fight.

Diamond Is Unbreakable

Delinquents

Manga Debut: Chapter 266, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata, Part 1
Anime Debut: Episode 75, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata
Seiyuu: Isamu Yusen , Takahiro Miwa , Junji Tachibana

DELINQUENTS Anime

The Delinquents confronting Josuke

These four delinquents were seniors at Josuke Higashikata's school known for walking around Morioh bullying freshmen. They demanded that Koichi Hirose and Josuke greet them as part of the "the rules of school" or they would end up in the hospital just like three guys who previously refused to do it. After Josuke ignored them while taking care of a turtle the delinquents sported brutality, throwing the turtle away. Josuke was trying to not attract attention and even apologized, but decided to retaliate after one of them mocked his hair. He immediately used Crazy Diamond to punch one of them in the face, "fixing" his nose in a different shape. These delinquents are generic enemies in the SFC game.


Josuke's Groupies

Manga Debut: Chapter 267, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 75, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata
Seiyuus: Asaka ImaiYumi HirotaSaki Kosaka

Josukes groupies

Josuke's admirers

A group of Josuke's female admirers who greet him when he is talking to Jotaro. When Jotaro unknowingly provokes Josuke about his hair, the girls become frightened, as they have had prior experience with Josuke's outbursts of rage. After Jotaro knocks Josuke down, he violently tells them to shut up.

Robber

Robber Anime

The robber

Manga Debut: Chapter 268, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata, Part 3
Anime Debut: Episode 75, Jotaro Kujo! Meets Josuke Higashikata

This man is introduced as a simple robber. He's shown stealing a store and making a woman his hostage. He, however, made the mistake of insulting Josuke's hair, and so he punched the woman with Crazy Diamond opening a hole on her and the robber at the same time. He then healed both immediately, which gave him time to save the woman and fuse the robber's knife with his belly. It was then revealed that the robber was being controlled by the Stand Aqua Necklace, who swore revenge. The robber was then arrested, but it's unknown if he was a criminal before being controlled, as Aqua Necklace said he committed many crimes controlling his body.

  • In the Anime, he is shown to have a girlfriend who is later killed by Angelo.
  • He is also the only character in the entire series to have a pair of nipples.

Nijimura's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 282, The Nijimura Brothers, Part 9
Anime Debut: Episode 79, The Nijimura Brothers, Part 3

Ok7

Nijimura's Mother

Little is known about her but the fact that she died in 1986, when Okuyasu Nijimura was only 3 years old, by an undefined disease. Her death was the main cause of the Nijimura Patriarch's mourning and possible depression which led him to be frequently violent towards his children.

Mr. Hirose

Hirose Family AV

The Hirose family

Manga Debut: Chapter 286, Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 3
Anime Debut: DU Episode 6, Koichi Hirose (Echoes)
Mr. Hirose is the husband of Mrs. Hirose and the father of Koichi and Ayana. He is only seen in a photograph. Tamami threatens to use The Lock on him too if Koichi doesn't give him money.

Bikers

Manga Debut: Chapter 292, Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface), Part 4
Anime Debut: Episode 81, Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface)
Seiyū: Tarō Kiuchi

Unnamed Bikers Anime

The Bikers

Toshikazu Hazamada, with his hand soaked in his own blood, wiped it on one of their bikes. The bike's owner mocked Toshikazu for this, even though the other one told him to not get into a fight because the student might not have done it on purpose. Toshikazu heard them talking and attacked the two with the help of Surface, even threatening to cut open the mouth of the one who mocked him. They were helped by Josuke, who healed them with Crazy Diamond and instructed them about Toshikazu's location. Later, when Surface was controlling Josuke to attack Jotaro, they found Toshikazu and beat him up, leaving him at the same hospital Tamami Kobayashi was taken to after being attacked by Toshikazu.

Class Representative

Manga Debut: Chapter 295, Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 82, Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1
Seiyuu: Sanae Kobayashi

Unnamed Class Rep anime

The Class Representative

This girl is one the class representatives of Josuke and Koichi's 1-B first year class in Budogaoka Highschool. When introduced, she is helping people in charge of cleaning the classroom. When Koichi is being stalked by Yukako she sees the representative helping him, and so assumes she is trying to steal Koichi from her. Furious, Yukako sees her as a rival and confronts the girl, telling her to not approach Koichi again. Angry, the representative says she would tell everyone about how Yukako likes him to teach her a lesson, and so is attacked by the Stand Love Deluxe.

Yukako fixes one long string of hair in her scalp and lits the other end of it on fire. Almost burning to death, the girl tries to find water, but is blinded by more strands of Love Deluxe and even has her tongue strangled, so she can't ask for help. Okuyasu arrives in time to save from her being burned alive by erasing the hair that are on fire with The Hand, but with the consequence of leaving her almost bald. Josuke then tells him he isn't able to repair things erased by The Hand, but Okuyasu says she shouldn't complain, as he just saved her life.

Josuke's Savior

Manga Debut: Chapter 324, Let's Go Play at the Mangaka's House, Part 7
Anime Debut: Episode 89, Let's Go Play at the Mangaka's House, Part 2

Josuke's Savior AV

The man who saved Josuke

When Josuke was 4, he came down with a strong fever caused by DIO activating his Stand, causing the Stands in the Joestar family to activate as well and, as with his half-sister Holy Kujo, his Stand worked against him giving him the same fever as Holy. His mother tried to drive him to the hospital but the car's tires lodged themselves in the snow during a blizzard. Suddenly, a young man wearing a school uniform helped him and his mother by placing his jacket under the car's wheel and pushing it over the snow. The student then took his jacket and walked away never to be seen again. Josuke took a glance at him and saw only his hair, and since then has replicated his hairstyle as homage.

Rat

Manga Debut: Chapter 326, Let's Go 'Hunting'!, Part 2
Anime Debut: Episode 90, Let's Go 'Hunting'!

Rat AV

The rat eating

While Akira Otoishi had Keicho Nijimura's Arrow in his possession, he tested out its powers by using it on two rats: Bug-Eaten and an unnamed one. The arrow pierced the rats, granting them both the Stand Ratt. Following their instincts, the rats protected their territory by melding together the bodies of other rats into cubes of flesh, and did the same with a human couple living in a house nearby. The unnamed rat moved the couple, now merged into a cube of flesh, into the fridge to eat them later, but was killed by Josuke Higashikata before it could do so.

Old Monk

Manga Debut: Chapter 334, Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 5
Anime Debut: Episode 91, Rohan Kishibe's Adventure

Old Monk AV

Old Monk

When Rohan Kishibe visits Reimi Sugimoto's and her family's grave, he runs into an old monk that tells him about his past connection to Reimi. According to the monk, Rohan's parents were close friends of the Sugimoto's so they asked the Sugimoto's to babysit four-year-old Rohan. At some point that night, Reimi tosses the young Rohan out a window so he won't be killed by the killer.


Bank Employee

Manga Debut: Chapter 338, "Shigechi's" Harvest, Part 4
Anime Debut: DU Episode 19, "Shigechi's" Harvest, Part 2
An ordinary bank clerk of small stature working in Morioh. When Josuke, Okuyasu and Shigekyio came in to claim the prize for their ticket, the clerk immediately disliked them and suspected them of having stolen the ticket. He tried to expose the trio by calling the real owner's phone number at the back of the ticket but Josuke tricked both. Confused, he apologized profusely and gave them the prize.

Shoe Store Owner

Manga Debut: Chapter 354, Sheer Heart Attack, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 22, Yoshikage Kira Wants a Quiet Life, Part 2

Shoe Guy AV

Shoe Store Owner

The unnamed owner of Centipede Shoes, where Yoshikage Kira has his jacket button replaced after it being lost when fighting with Shigechi. He is soon killed by Kira's Sheer Heart Attack.

His death bears similarity with the death of Phantasm II's villain, having a sphere-like object coming out of his mouth and bursting it in the process.

Kawajiri Family Cat

Manga Debut: Chapter 370, Yoshikage Kira's New Face, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 25, Atom Heart Father

Kawajiricat

The cat

An unnamed tabby who was often locked out of the house by Kosaku Kawajiri. It seems to recognize Kira as a stranger, but its reaction goes unnoticed by Shinobu Kawajiri. It appears briefly in Chapter 392 and is neither seen nor mentioned after that.


Mikitaka's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 384, Highway Star, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 28, Highway Star, Part 1

Mikitakasmother

Mikitaka's Mother

Mikitaka's mother shows up the day after Mikitaka and Josuke first met. She tells her son that he shouldn't be running off or telling people that he's an alien. Mikitaka claims that she isn't his real mother, and is instead someone he brainwashed.  

Nurse

Manga Debut: Chapter 436, Crazy Diamond is Unbreakable Part 9

Anime Debut: DU Episode 39, Goodbye Morioh Town - the Golden Heart

An emergency nurse who was dispatched when a report of explosion was received at the hospital. She approached the wounded Yoshikage Kira, who revealed his name, sexual fascination with hands, and his murders to her in order to make her the new trigger of Bites The Dust. Yoshikage failed and was subsequently crushed by an ambulance. Confused, she could only remember Kira's name and identified the corpse. Kira mentions that she had smooth and beautiful hands.

Vento Aureo

Giorno's Family

Giorno's Mother

Giornosmom

Giorno's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 444, Bucciarati's Coming, Part 2
Sometime before the events of Stardust Crusaders, Giorno's mother, a Japanese woman, unexpectedly conceived Giorno during her involvement with the newly resurrected DIO. Despite being next in line to indulge the vampire's thirst, she was subsequently saved after his defeat at the hands of Jotaro.[2] Though she was considered a very beautiful woman, she was by no means a good mother, having left her son alone in the middle of the night to marry a very violent man who would hit the child behind her back.

  • While her first name is unknown, Giorno got his last name "Shiobana" from her.


Giorno's Stepfather

Manga Debut: Chapter 444, Bucciarati's Coming, Part 2

Shiebanashusband

Giorno's Stepfather

A man of Italian origin who got married to Giorno's mother. He's the reason the whole family moved to Italy.

He was a violent, intolerant man who would hit Giorno because he "constantly tried to read people". However it was quite the opposite; the child's traumatic experience is the reason he adapted the habit in the first place. After Giorno's involvement with a gangster, his stepfather stopped beating him, likely out of fear and/or threat from the gangster.

Giorno's Hero

Jin

Giorno's Hero

Manga Debut: Chapter 444, Bucciarati's Coming, Part 2
When Giorno Giovanna was a child, while walking home from school, he found a man lying on the ground filled with wounds. Soon after that, some suspicious-looking men asked the little child if he saw the man. Giorno saved the man by lying and unconsciously hiding him using his Stand, because he "looked lonely and melancholic, just like he did."

Hurtcapo

The man turned out to be a gangster and promised to repay the child for what he did. Soon after that, Giorno's stepfather stopped hitting him and the kids that bullied him at school started being surprisingly friendly. Giorno idolized the gangster for helping him and became his inspiration later on in life, as well as the reason he joined Passione.

Female Guard

Manga Debut: Chapter 448, Meet the Gangster Beyond the Wall, Part 1
Famguard

Prison Guard

A female guard working in the prison Polpo was in. She gave Giorno Giovanna instructions on how to meet the capo and what he was allowed and prohibited to do. Giorno pickpockets her wallet during the first body search. When Giorno returned from Polpo's cell, she performed another body search on Giorno and was fooled into missing the lighter he was carrying when Giorno transformed it into a flower.

Old Janitor

Manga Debut: Chapter 450, Gang Enrollment, Part 1

Oldjanitor

Old Janitor

An old janitor working outside Giorno's building. He accidentally extinguishes the flame on Polpo's lighter. Worried about the functionality of the lighter as a friend of Giorno, he checks to see if it still works. This results in him being killed by Black Sabbath.

Giorno later on, disgusted by the death of the innocent man, kills Polpo in revenge.

Truck Driver

Manga Debut: Chapter 464, Sex Pistols Arrives, Part 3

Truckdriver

Truck Driver

A Truck driver used by Sale in order to trap Guido Mista. He bears a similar appearance to Sale before his full reveal. The driver is unable to stop the truck he is driving because of Kraft Work's ability to fix things in space, as he can't get his hands of the wheel and his feet of the pedal. Forced to drive around Capri by Mista, he is left angered by the strange happening between the two, before being forced by Giorno to drive again when the latter tries to retrieve Mista.


Narancia's Family

Narancia's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 472, Narancia's Aerosmith, Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Narancia's mother is only mentioned in a flashback, where it is stated that she died from an eye infection when Narancia Ghirga was only 10 years old. Despite the fact that Narancia's eye infection later on was a mere coincidence, everyone around him was convinced that it was contagious and that he got it from his mother.

Narancia's Father

Manga Debut: Chapter 472, Narancia's Aerosmith, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))

Naranciasdad

Narancia's Father

He was an honest gardener, however he never cared much about his son. After the death of his wife, he became almost completely neglectful, up to the point where he didn't notice that his child quit school and spent most of his time away from home.


Blackmailing Criminal

Manga Debut: Chapter 484, Man in the Mirror and Purple Haze, Part 6 (Appears in flashback(s))

Vapimp

Blackmailing Criminal

A pimp that paid Leone Abbacchio back when he was still a police officer in order to get away with his criminal activity. Abbacchio thought it would be pointless to arrest him, since he would just pay his bail and he'd be out in the streets again, so he accepted the money. However it turned out that he was also a robber, and because of Abbacchio's past with the criminal, he was unable to take action until it was too late and the pimp drew a gun. Abbacchio's life was saved by his partner, who sacrificed his life, haunting Abbacchio with guilt for the rest of his years.


Abbacchio's Partner

Manga Debut: Chapter 484, Man in the Mirror and Purple Haze, Part 6 (Appears in flashback(s))

Abbspartner

Abbacchio's Partner

He was Abbacchio's partner back when he was still a police officer.

When the two of them were sent to investigate a reported robbery, the robber turned out to be someone Abbacchio had received money from, and because of this past he had with the criminal, he froze before he was able to take action. The criminal drew a gun and was about to shoot Abbacchio, however his partner threw himself in front of the bullet and saved Abbacchio's life. He is seen again in chapter Chapter 550, where he meets with Abbacchio once again and they start conversing, in what appears to be either an illusion Abbacchio is having because of his severe trauma, or an after-death phenomenon. In the end, he helps to calm Abbacchio and allows him make peace, standing alongside him as he passes. Abbacchio's partner believes that justice can always be properly delivered so long as the truth is sought after, rather than results; He claims that believing in only results ultimately leads one to lose sight of the truth and reality, an ideal in direct counter to the philosophy of Diavolo and shared by Giorno.

Baby Face's "Mother"

Manga Debut: Chapter 500, Baby Face, Part 1

Babyfacemother

Baby Face's "Mother"

A random woman taking the same train with Melone. Considered an middle-to-upper class citizen, she seems well educated and somewhat spoiled, as she keeps whining about the noise the other passengers are making. She was used by Baby Face as a surrogate "mother" for Melone's Stand to be "born".

According to Melone's investigation on her, she has an O blood type, she is 24 years old and is rather strong for a woman her age. She also mentions that her family is well known in the police department.

Bucciarati's Family

Bucciarati's Father

Manga Debut: Chapter 517, Bruno Bucciarati's Youth (Appears in flashback(s))

Brunofather

Bucciarati's Father

Bucciarati's Father was a kind-hearted fisherman. Bruno followed him when he and his wife divorced, as the young boy knew his father would be the saddest about this separation. One day Bucciarati's Father happened upon a drug deal and received a near fatal gunshot. Bruno murdered his would-be killers, but his father died from his wounds five years later regardless.

Bucciarati's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 517, Bruno Bucciarati's Youth (Appears in flashback(s))

Brunomother

Bucciarati's Mother

Bucciarati's Mother was introduced when she and her husband divorced. She tried to sway Bruno to her side, but he refused and chose to accompany his father, as he knew he was the saddest about this separation. Bucciarati's mother was proud of her son's kindness and though she was initially sad about his decision, eventually set it aside. Afterward, she and Bruno would only see each other during the Christmas holidays.

Drug Dealers

Manga Debut: Chapter 517, Bruno Bucciarati's Youth (Appears in flashback(s))

Drugdealers

Drug Dealers

The Drug Dealers were introduced hiring Bucciarati's father to transport them to an isolated fishing spot. However one of the dealer "forgot" his fishing rod, resulting in Bucciarati's father trying to bring it to them; Bucciarati's father stumbled upon a drug deal, and was shot near-fatally for it. The Drug Dealers later came to his hospital room to kill him, but Bruno ambushed and killed them.

Sardinian Fortune Teller

Manga Debut: Chapter 541, Storm Warning in Sardinia Island!

Sardfirtuneteller

Sardinian Fortune Teller

The Sardinian Fortune Teller is introduced proposing Doppio to read his fortune in a dark alley. To prove himself, the Fortune Teller tries to divine his past, and when he pries too much on Doppio's story, Diavolo intervenes and forces him to divine the whereabouts of Risotto Nero. Diavolo finally kills the Sardinian Fortune Teller for having obtained knowledge of his past.

Sardinian Taxi Driver

Manga Debut: Chapter 542, My Name Is Doppio, Part 1

Sardtaxidriver

Sardinian Taxi Driver

The Sardinian Taxi Driver is a shady driver who is introduced driving Doppio up to La Costa Smeralda. He then tries to scam Doppio, and when Doppio reveals he has no money anymore, the Taxi Driver tries to take his envelope from him, believing it is full of cash. Diavolo nearly gouges his eye out before being distracted, allowing the Taxi Driver to flee.

Soccer Kids

Manga Debut: Chapter 549, King Crimson vs. Metallica, Part 6

Soccerkids

Soccer Kids

A group of kids playing football near La Costa Smeralda. Diavolo infiltrates them as Doppio after abducting and stealing the clothes off of one of the children, and plays with them to remain hidden. When the ball they play with is stuck on a tree, they try to take it down, but need the help of Abbacchio to get their ball back.

Natural Resources Workers

Manga Debut: Chapter 552, Pronto! On the Line (2) (Appears in flashback(s))

Res workers

Natural Resources Workers

The natural resource workers discovered the asteroid from which the arrow were originally built in Greenland in 1978.

The Arrows' Creator

Manga Debut: Chapter 552, Pronto! On the Line, Part 2 (Appears in flashback(s))

Arrow creator

The Arrows' Creator

The original builder of the Arrows. He is said to have made them to conquer the world but his attempt was short-lived.

Two Drunkards

Manga Debut: Chapter 552, Pronto! On the Line, Part 2

Twodrunks

Two Drunks

These two drunkards are the first shown victims of Green Day's mold when one of them tries to urinate in a fountain down a set of stairs.

Diavolo's Family

Diavolo's Mother

Manga Debut: Chapter 569, A Brief Flashback (Appears in flashback(s))

Diavolomother

Diavolo's Mother

Diavolo's mother was a prisoner in an all-female prison guarded exclusively by women for two years. Despite this, she became pregnant with Diavolo and gave birth to him. Several years later, Diavolo's stepfather found her buried and kept alive under Diavolo's room. When Sardegna was burned to the ground, she was one of the casualties.

Diavolo's Stepfather

Manga Debut: Chapter 569, A Brief Flashback (Appears in flashback(s))

Diavolostepfather

Diavolo's Stepfather

Diavolo's Stepfather was a kind priest who accepted to adopt the child and named him Diavolo. When Diavolo became a young man, and the priest saw him strolling with a woman on the beach, he decided that Diavolo was old enough to have a car and began to build a garage besides Diavolo's room. However when he dug the ground for the foundations, he discovered Diavolo's mother buried and kept alive. When Sardegna was burned to the ground, he was one of the casualties.

Flower Shop Boss

Manga Debut: Chapter 590, Epilogue: "Sleeping Slaves"

Flowershop

Flower Shop Boss

The flower shop owner was a man whose daughter dated Scolippi. He, like most people, misunderstood Scolippi and his Stand ability and thought he was the one who murdered the unfortunate girl. Wanting revenge, he begged Bruno Bucciarati and his team to punish the man, up to the point where he was willing to pay the assassins all of his life's savings.


Scolippi's Girlfriend

Manga Debut: Chapter 590, Epilogue: "Sleeping Slaves"

Scolipisgf

Scolipi's Girlfriend

This girl was in a romantic relationship with Scolippi. Her suicide was predicted by Rolling Stones, however the hard-to-understand ability of Scolippi's Stand made it look like he was the one who killed her.


Stone Ocean

"Tom Cruise"

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 1, Stone Ocean, Part 1

"Tom Cruise" is the nickname given to a guard of Green Dolphin Street Jail who extorts money from newcomers. He was given the name due to the physical resemblance.

Jolyne's Mother

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 1, Stone Ocean, Part 1

Jolyne mother2

Jolyne's Mother

Jolyne's mother and Jotaro's wife, seen only a few times in flashbacks. She has a close relationship with her daughter, whom she raised mostly alone, in the absence of her husband. It is unknown where she met Jotaro, as well as her location during the events of Stone Ocean. It can be assumed that she is unaware of Stands and of Jotaro's activities with the Speedwagon Foundation, as Jotaro took pains to keep her and Jolyne out of danger. She is said to be Italian-American.

Jolyne's Lawyer

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 1, Stone Ocean, Part 1

Elvenlawyer

Jolyne's lawyer

He met with Jolyne in the detention center and delivered the locket from her father that awakened her Stand. Later, he advised her to plead guilty to the hit-and-run charges, telling her that the judge was a good friend of his and would give her a sentence of 1–2 years if she did so. Jolyne maintained her innocence, but he eventually talked her into the plea bargain. However, at the hearing, the judge sentenced her to 15 years. Her lawyer was revealed to be in the pay of Romeo, who was released free of all charges after Jolyne pleaded guilty.

After Jolyne gained control over her Stand, she used the strings from Stone Free to strangle the lawyer in his car, causing him to crash on the freeway.

Little Prisoner

Prisoner

Prisoner

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 65, The Secret of Guard Westwood, Part 6

This prisoner is the one that found DIO's bone before it turned into the Green Baby.

Alternate Jolyne

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 156, Made in Heaven, Part 8
UglyCounterparts

Alternate Jotaro and Jolyne

She is the counterpart of Jolyne inside Green Dolphin Street Jail after the first universe reset made by Pucci.

Alternate Jotaro

Manga Debut: SO Chapter 156, Made in Heaven, Part 8

He is the counterpart of Jotaro come to visit the alternate Jolyne in the first alternate universe made by Pucci.

Steel Ball Run

Sandman's Sister

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 1, The Steel Ball Run: Press Conference

Sndmnsister

Sandman's Sister

Acting as a voice of the tribe, she urges Sandman to apologize for and renounce reading the white man's books. Close to her brother, she is aware of his escape route and proceeds to beat him for his actions but does not try to kill him like the warriors that chased him there. However, like the rest of the tribe, she does not understand, or at least is not willing to understand, Sandman's tactics of trying to defeat the white man that are taking away their land with the white man's methods.

Steel Ball Run Staff

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 1, The Steel Ball Run: Press Conference

Steels little helpers

Steel Ball Run Employee

These identical looking men are the most recognizable among Steven Steel's employees and do various odd jobs during the race, such as welcoming and registering the participants of the Steel Ball Run, attending the buffets or tending to the boats of the race. One of the men also taught mathematics to Lucy during the race. During the government's search for traitors, they were investigated but nothing of note happens to them. After the end of the Steel Ball Run, they were hired to work on a boat to Europe.

Pocoloco's Fortune Teller

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 6, The Dried-Up River; Diego Brando

Enyasbr

Fortune Teller

A character much like Enya the Hag makes an appearance in Steel Ball Run as the fortune teller (correctly) informing Pocoloco that he will have great luck in the race.


Beautiful Prisoner

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 24, Interlude

Beautifulprisoner

Beautiful Prisoner

Despite her frail appearance, she is prisoner condemned to death for the poisoning and killing of many families and children who appears during Gyro's apprenticeship as an executioner. While being escorted to the execution grounds, she bites off two fingers from one of her guards and escapes in Gyro's direction. Because of her appearance, Gyro hesitates before stopping her, allowing her to rip off his collar hanger.

Winter Catfish Guy

Wintercatfishguy
Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 25, Tusk, Part 1
He and another man are men close to president Valentine acting as counselors. He makes an agreement with Diego Brando to recruit him for the president. They are later issued to keep watch over Lucy Steel after she had merged the skull of the Corpse Parts into her womb. Lucy overhears them discussing her condition, and when they notice her conscious, they try to hold her down and inject a drug to put her back to sleep. She makes a run for it, and throughout several pages, one of the men is constantly shouting out lines referring to making her docile like a winter catfish. (A total of 5 times) The catfish guy is constantly getting injured on his left eye due to Lucy's Stand ability, and eventually a guard walks in with a shotgun and accidentally gets stabbed by the injection needle. He ends up pulling the trigger, and the catfish guy is shot straight in the left eye and killed. The other guy tries to catch Lucy, but eventually falls and impales his eye on the door handle.


Diego's Wife

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 28, Scary Monsters, Part 1
Diegowife

Diego's Wife

She was a rich eighty-year-old woman presumably poisoned to death six months after her marriage to Diego Brando, so he could obtain her inheritance.
The way she died by the hands of Diego seems to be a reference to George Joestar's sickness from the poison Dio Brando was secretly giving him.

Farm Worker

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 30, Scary Monsters, Part 3

Farmwork

Farm Worker

After Diego and his mother are washed away from their hometown by a flood, they are found by the Farm Worker and later live and work at the farm. Five years later, the Farm Worker makes advances on Ms. Brando despite being already married with children. When Ms. Brando stops him for that very reason, he retaliates later by secretly putting holes in the cups of the Brandos, knowing that cups are limited. Then, in charge of distributing soup, he makes a point to pour the soup through the holed cups to show that Diego or his mother cannot obtain soup.

Roadagain Family

Ringo's Father

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 35, A Man's World, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))

Ringofather

Ringo's Father

Originally a farmer, he was drafted to war but escaped the frontlines. He was later found and imprisoned for abandoning his duties and eventually died of disease, leaving his family without a father and without escape from their branding as a family of "traitors."

Ringo's Mother

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 35, A Man's World, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))

Ringomother

Ringo's Mother

After her husband died after abandoning his war post, she takes the rest of her family across the country to find a place away from a civilization that would condemn them for being the family of a "traitor." It is implied that they find an empty spot in a forest where they build a log house to live in, where Ringo's mother must do the work of the mother and the father for the sake of her children, even taking care of the weak-bodied Ringo. She is later stabbed to death by the Potato Killer along with her daughters.

Ringo's Sisters

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 35, A Man's World, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))

Ringosister

Ringo's Sister

Ringo has two unnamed sisters who do not appear aside from their death scene.

Potato Killer

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, A Man's World, Part 3 (Appears in flashback(s))

Potatokiller

Potato Killer

He wears a military uniform, so it is implied that he is a soldier with connections to Ringo's father, and so alone he seeks some sort of vengeance against him through his family. One night, when Ringo was only 10 years-old, the Potato Killer entered the Roadagain house and stabbed Ringo's mother and sisters to death. After this, he begins eating a potato in his right hand while staring at a sleeping Ringo. When Ringo awakens and witness the scene before him, the Potato Killer chokes Ringo with his left hand while licking and looking intensely at Ringo's skin to the point of obsession. When about to cross the the line, he notices that Ringo has stolen his gun and is pointing it at him. The Potato Killer attempts to talk Ringo out of shooting, completely unremorseful of his deeds, in order to buy time for Ringo's condition to weaken his grip on the gun. Ringo lets go, but before the Potato Killer could grab the gun, Ringo picked back up and shot the man through the mouth, killing him and avenging his family.

Gyro's Hospital Patient

Manga Debut: SBR Chapter 45, The Land of Promises: Sugar Mountain, Part 1

Gyro's girlfriend

Gyro's hospital patient

She is one of the patients from the hospital that Gyro was having sex with before almost being caught by Gregorio to which he avoids by using the spin from his steel balls to make his girlfriend look old and sickly like an actual patient. Angered she beats, yells and threatens Gyro if he were to ever do that again before changing her back to her original appearance.

She appears to have a wedding ring mark on her middle finger which indicate her status as a married woman and is having an affair. She casually mentions to Gyro that would have been executed if they were caught.

Funny's Father

The birth father of Funny Valentine. He was tortured to death, and had the habit of writing dates on things. He always kept the handkerchief with the date of the birth of his son and tasked his friend, Captain Valentine to give it to his family after his death.


JoJolion

Hospital Security Guard

Securityguard

Hospital Security Guard

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 2, Soft & Wet, Part 1

This female police officer guards Josuke's room in Morioh Hospital, where he rests after his initial meeting with Yasuho and Joshu.

While Josuke plans to leave, Yasuho tells him that she can simply take a picture of his hat and leave by herself. Refusing, Josuke uses Soft & Wet to drain the water from the Officer's body, immediately making her thirsty.

She leaves her post to take a drink of water from the fountain across the hallway, giving the pair the opportunity to leave. She makes a "phewwwwwww~" sound after she drinks.

SBR Hat Shop Owner

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 2, Soft & Wet, Part 1

SBR hatshop

This man owns the SBR Hat Shop, a business that has been running since 1891. When Yasuho and Josuke inquire about Josuke's sailor hat, the owner recognizes the hat, and reveals that he sold it three days ago to 'Yoshikage Kira'. He recognizes Josuke as Kira, and tells him Kira's address: Morioh Building 258-204.

Kidnapped Girl

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 3, Soft & Wet, Part 2

Kidnappedwoman

The Kidnapped Girl

The girl Ojiro Sasame kidnaps is from Tokyo. She says that she is accustomed to being used or manipulated by people in her life. It is suggested that Ojiro abused her with his Stand, Fun Fun Fun.

When she was introduced in Kira's apartment, Josuke sees her inside the bathtub, naked. He demands answers of the girl, who claims that both she and Josuke were equal captives in the apartment three days earlier, and given that he escaped, she assumed he had returned to free her.

Josuke injures his left hand and foot on subtle hazards left around the room in order for Ojiro's Stand to capture his limbs. The girl advises Josuke to avoid hurting his remaining limbs or he will be at Ojiro's mercy.

Ojiro tries to drown the girl in the bathtub, since she is completely in his control, but Josuke saves her. After that she is manipulated to grab a razor and try to cut her tongue, so that Josuke would stop her. Later in the struggle, the girl telephones Ojiro to tell him of Josuke's whereabouts, revealing that she has struck a compromise with Ojiro under duress.

After Josuke's victory, she leaves the apartment, still naked and lost. She is last seen in a trash can that was tipped over by some kids riding by. She stands up, still wearing the trash can and stumbling around.

The Man from Josuke's Memories

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 5, Soft & Wet, Part 4
Flashback

Josuke's Flashback

While Josuke is being attacked by Ojiro Sasame, he briefly remembers a man's face. This man is very muscular, slightly taller than Josuke and bears a slight resemblance to Yasuho Hirose.

Ojiro's Friend

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 6, Soft & Wet, Part 5
(Appears in flashback(s))

Drownedgirl

Ojiro's Friend

A random woman invited by Ojiro Sasame to go swimming with him some time before he met Yoshikage Kira. He accidentally killed her by unconsciously using his Stand, Fun Fun Fun.

The Three Thugs

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 18, "Shakedown Road", Part 1
Thugs

Thugs

Three thugs who use Josuke and Joshu to do a drug transaction with a girl, utilizing the Shakedown Road's stand to avoid getting caught by the police and pin the blame on Josuke.

Josuke uses his stand to take the money from the thugs and pay the pet shop owner.

Pet Shop Owner

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 18, "Shakedown Road", Part 1
Shop owner

Pet Shop Owner

Another resident of Shakedown Road who tries to extort Josuke into paying for a turtle he made Josuke unwittingly kill. After being "paid back" by Josuke, he later tells Josuke of Johnny Joestar's unfortunate end.


Mysterious Boy

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 22, Morioh Town: Year 1901

Jjlbaby

Mysterious Boy

A mysterious boy that was washed up on the beach of Morioh in the year 1901. He was saved by a local fisherman, however he had nothing on him that could help identify him. His fate after that remains unknown.

When he was found he wore nothing but some jewelry, socks and what appears to be a woollen hat.

The Old Man in the Wheelchair

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 39, Doobie Wah, Part 1
Old man

Old Man

The old man in the wheelchair ate one of the fruits he was given by Aisho Dainenjiyama, which caused his legs to be healed and run to his wife before his eyes fell out just as he was having sex with her.


Aisho's Girlfriend

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 42, Doobie Wah, Part 4
Aishosgirlfriend

Aisho's Girlfriend

Aisho's girlfriend was someone Aisho was madly in love with to the point where he revealed the secret of his race to her and his heart problems. However, she does not return those feelings, as implied by her sleeping with another guy while Aisho was under the bed sleeping for a whole month. It is also implied that she stole the deed to his house, sold it, and had it torn down while she ran off with the money.


Yakitori Shop Owner

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 43, Love Love Deluxe, Part 1
Yakitori man

Yakitori Shop Owner

The yakitori shop owner is extorted by Karera, who uses her Stand ability to create a strand of hair through her food and thus getting a free meal.


Cab Driver

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 45, Love Love Deluxe, Part 3

Cab

Taxi Driver

A taxi driver who shows disappointment after Karera Sakunami tells him to drive her and Josuke to Kira's apartment, because of the very short distance. Angered by his reaction, Karera throws a tantrum and the cab driver tries to kick her out of his cab, pointing out that there are cameras. She then settles down and coldly blames him for closing the door on her hair, saying she won't tell as long as he cooperates.


Milagro Man's User

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 56, The Milagro Man, Part 1
A mysterious man whom little is known about. He appears to be well-recognized in the underworld of Japan, as a nightclub owner refused Joshu Higashikata's absurd amount of money and paid him back with interest just to leave, fearing Joshu might be working for the man. The word milagro is Spanish for miracle and also shares the name with the Japanese leather goods company.

As an urban legend goes, the Milagro Man was an arms dealer from an unknown country who became rich due to his business. However he lost a prolonged lawsuit, costing him 50,000,000,000 dollars. The dealer went mad and killed his whole family, set his house and fortune on fire, then flung himself into the fire to kill himself. The curse of the Milagro Man is said to have persisted into a lone scorched bill found next to his corpse.

Unnamed Plant Appraiser

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 59, The Man Who Lives By the Pond, Part 1

An associate of Norisuke Higashikata IV, whose existence is kept secret by Norisuke as his skills are valuable to the Higashikata Fruit Parlor. His job is to be a plant appraiser, someone who evaluates the economic value of plants.

The plant appraiser's name isn't revealed, but Norisuke shows a photo of him to Josuke Higashikata. His appearance is that of a well-built man with braided dark hair. While having a normal shirt and dark tie, the plant appraiser wears a jumpsuit with a vine and edamame motif, as well as a hat.

Norisuke advises Josuke to go find that man, as his skills will enable the latter to recognize the grafted Rokakaka branch.

People under Blue Hawaii's control

Courier Boy

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 59, The Man Who Lives by the Pond, Part 1

A young boy wearing a striped baseball uniform and a baseball cap. He's introduced giving an envelope to Josuke Higashikata, claiming an unnamed person told him to do it for a reward.

It is revealed he was put under the control of Blue Hawaii to attack Josuke as soon as he touched the letter. After a failed attempt he unintentionally passes control to an old woman who also attacks Josuke.

He bears a slight resemblance to Emporio Alniño.

Mature Woman

Manga Debut: JJL Chapter 60, The Man Who Lives by the Pond, Part 2

A mature and obese woman who almosts drives over Josuke as the courier boy attacks him. After the boy touches her, she also falls under Blue Hawaii's control and begins to stalk Josuke.

She has a selfish personality. Having almost run over Josuke, she chastises him for staying in the middle of the road and her only reaction when she watches the courier boy repeatedly bash his head against her car to the point of profusely bleeding is to tell the boy to stop dirtying the car.

One-Shots

Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Episode 7: Monday, Sunshower

Obese man

A tall obese man wo is bald except for a clump of hair at the top of his head. Rohan Kishibe mentions that he is an ordinary salaryman, has two children, and a chronic heart disease. Rohan also comments that he's a good man as he immediately tried to save Rohan when the latter fell on train tracks. During the obese man's encounter with Rohan, he was continually knocked over by passerbys because of strange insects named Coile Electricus Lorenzinia who were attracted to his diseased heart and then fed on the electrical impulses of his heart, killing him.

Rohan Kishibe Goes to Gucci

Interpreter

Interpreter

The Interpreter

The interpreter is a beautiful woman hired by Rohan Kishibe in his trip to Italy to visit a Gucci factory and fix the Gucci Bag Stand. Even though he counted on her, she spent most of the time changing clothes at the boutique and claiming that Rohan was rude, his impoliteness not shared by her. Rohan often scolded her because of that, saying that there wouldn't be any problem if she just did her job. After fixing the Gucci Bag Stand, she got Rohan drunk and stole his money and passport.

Leather Goods Artisan

He is one of the leather goods artisan of the Gucci brand and also one of Gucci's
Gucci Artisan

The Artisan

"skilled workers". He holds great respect for Frida Giannini and Gucci' traditions. He informs Rohan and his interpreter about Frida and the Gucci Bag Stand, warning Rohan about how he doesn't seem to know the bag's true purpose. The mangaka, however, doesn't seem to care about all his "maniacal information" and just wants the bag to be "fixed".

Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Episode 16: At a Confessional

Man at the Confessional

Man at the Confessional

Man at the Confessional

A man who committed a mortal sin. He was a common worker who carried bags of corn during hours. One day an Asian man begged him for food, not having eaten for five straight days. The man became angry at the beggar, and made him carry the corn bags in exchange for his food. The beggar was crushed by the heavy bags. His spirit swore revenge on the man that was to come at his happiest moment. After that, the man had great luck. He received money from relatives and has the idea to process corn into corn flakes and popcorn. The idea was a big hit and he became a rich man, the master of a mansion with several servants. He married a model and they eventually had a daughter.

However, he still feared the beggar's curse. He found a servant willing to do anything for him, and they had plastic surgery to switch their faces. Suddenly, the spirit of the beggar possessed the man's daughter and revealed that he assisted the man's prosperity from behind the scenes so that he could fulfill his vow of taking the man's life at his happiest moment. The man rushed to interfere, but he was knocked out by the spirit. The servant fell victim to the spirit, who was fooled by their changed faces.

The man later goes to a confession booth to confess his sins, as he was responsible for the deaths of two people. He confesses to Rohan Kishibe, who had mistakenly entered the priest side to research the church. As the man exits the booth, it is revealed that the spirits of the beggar and the beheaded servant both vow to watch him around the clock to make sure that he does not do anything suspicious again. Rohan watches with curiosity, deciding to interview him later if given the chance.

Servant

Servant

The servant

This servant was loyal to a rich man with great prosperity. He was willing to do anything for him, and, at his master's request, used plastic surgery to alter their appearanc. This was actually a plan made by his master to fool the spirit of a beggar by whom he had been cursed. The spirit attacked the servant thinking he was his master, but gave him the chance to be spared if he managed to throw a piece of popcorn in the air above a nearby lamppost and catch it in his mouth, each time at the clap of his hands, three times in a row. If the man succeeded, the beggar would acknowledge that his death was due to destiny and would leave the man forever, but if the man failed, the beggar would cut off his head without fail. The servant managed to do it the first two times, but failed the last time and had his head cut off. The servant's spirit, also holding a grudge against his master, teamed up with the beggar's spirit to watch the master and make sure that he does not do anything suspicious again.

Asian Man

Asian Man

Asian beggar

This Asiatic beggar asked for food to a man, as he hadn't eaten for five days. The man, feeling disgusted that the beggar did no work to get his food, forces him to work by carrying the bags of corn to the storage. The beggar starts by carrying a small bag of corn, but is forced to carry a larger bag instead. While the man rests and drinks coffee, the beggar tries to move the large bag to the storage, but the bag proves to be too large and too heavy for him to carry and as a result he falls and is crushed by the bag. The man falls asleep and dreams that the beggar has appeared underneath his table, threatening to take revenge on him at his happiest moment. Not long after, authorities arrive and find that the beggar carrying the bag has died. He has since then assisted the man's prosperity from behind the scenes so that he could fulfill his vow of taking the man's life at his happiest moment. Years later the spirit of the beggar possesses the man's daughter. The beggar challenges the man to throw a piece of popcorn in the air above the altitude of a nearby lamppost and catch it in his mouth, each time at the clap of his hands, three times in a row. If the man succeeds, the beggar will acknowledge that his death was due to destiny and will leave the man forever, but if the man fails, the beggar will cut off his head without fail. The man fails and, without a second to spare, the beggar cuts off his head. He only learned later that he actually killed a servant who was willing to do anything for his master, and used plastic surgery to alter both his and the master's appearances, thereby fooling the beggar into dogging the servant instead. The spirits of the beggar and the beheaded servant then both vow to watch him around the clock to make sure that he does not do anything suspicious again.

Rohan at the Louvre

Firefighters

Firefighters

The firefighters with Gaucher

These two firefighters accompanied Rohan, Gaucher and Noguchi to the abandoned warehouse Z-13 to find the painting "Under the Moon", art of the painter Nizaemon Yamamura, in case the group got lost or something happened. When they found the painting, one of the firefighters had his skull pierced after moving closer to it. His body was sucked into the darkness in the ceiling. The remaining firefighter, once a war veteran, witnessed Gaucher die and recognized one of their attackers as someone who died in the battlefield. He asked himself how that was possible and begged for him to get away. Numerous gunshot wounds appeared on his body and he too was sucked into the darkness. Their bodies were never found and both were considered missing.

Jolyne, Fly High with GUCCI

Unicorn

A small unicorn who's escaped from the government and runs into Jolyne. The unicorn is entirely blue and has robotic large yellow eyes.

The unicorn was found by Polpo and then thrown into a cage for experimentation by the government. It is implied Polpo mistreated it. The unicorn escaped its cage at an airport and met.

It somehow fused with Jolyne's scarf and then suddenly became an adult unicorn. It also has absorbed the flower motif of Jolyne's scarf. It ran away successfully, leaving Jolyne with hope.

Dead Man's Questions

Wanted Man

Child Murderer

The criminal child murderer.

This man was a child murderer and master of disguises, having been wanted for 15 years. He was a paranoiac, startled by the most minimal sound and constantly told himself to not worry because nobody was able to catch up with him. He eventually started to live with Yamaoka, a woman who apparently knew his past or was deceived by him. Yoshikage Kira was assigned to kill him, but had a time limit to do so, because this man's crime expired at midnight. Kira invaded his house and confronted the dog Rocky while picking up a knife. Kira made a pigeon out of the newspaper with his picture to startle the man, who shouted out of his window "pigeons or police or whatever! Try to get me if you can!". Now that Kira had his permission, he entered his room and stabbed the man on his back. Kira left the man bleeding on the floor and called the woman living with him, telling her to call the police.

Monk

This woman can see Kira as a ghost, probably because she possesses a high level of spiritual excellence as a monk. She gave Kira targets to be killed
Monk

The Monk

. Kira thought she wanted to be some sort of saint, but didn't care for her methods, as he only followed her orders for money. He warned her that, if he ended up killing someone else instead of the target by mistake, it would be her fault. When she asked why he didn't move to the netherworld and if he had some sort of goal, Kira asked her how she could be so sure about its existence, as she was still alive.

She gave Kira the job to kill a wanted man and, after that, go to a "mansion ghost". That mansion was once the house of a old army officer 50 years ago, but, towards the end of the Pacific War, City S was under heavy air raid by American military. The officer's house was targeted and blown to pieces, but nobody died there. The officer himself lived 50 years after the war, and died at the age of 82 from old age.

For unknown reasons, the house itself became a spirit and is still standing. 56 people committed suicide or died strange deaths in the house's area, so the monk sends Kira to find the reason for this and take care of it. In the mansion, Kira is attacked by Cleansers, who take his arm and almost erase him from existence. Kira leaves the mansion to investigate the information the monk gave him, believing she gave him the assignment in order to have him "cleansed" and sent to the netherworld. He swears that if any information she gave him about the mansion was not true, he will personally make her find out if the nether-realm exists. He wonders if her arm would fit in place of his lost one.

References

  1. Chapter 7: A Letter from the Past (2), p.3
  2. V Jump Games Series - All of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Vento Aureo Interview

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