Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a ficitonal character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke while investigating enemy stands in the town of Morioh. He makes a minor appear

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  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a ficitonal character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke while investigating enemy stands in the town of Morioh. He makes a minor appearance in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna. He returns in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. He is voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a ficitonal character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke while investigating enemy stands in the town of Morioh. He makes a minor appearance in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna. He returns in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. He is voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Both actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a ficitonal character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna and Stone Ocean to aid his daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. He is voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Both actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna and Stone Ocean to aid his daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. He is voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Both actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His has a spiritual power, Stand, known as Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna and Stone Ocean to aid his daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was first voiced by Yusuke Iseya in an orignal video animation in Japan, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in the English dub. He was then voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. These two actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His has a spiritual power, Stand, known as Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna and Stone Ocean to aid his daughter, Jolyne Cujoh, against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was first voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in an orignal video animation in Japan, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in the English dub. He was then voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. These two actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His has a spiritual power ('Stand') known as Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and again in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was first voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in an orignal video animation in Japan, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in the English dub. He was then voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. These two actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and again in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro Kujo was conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was first voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in an orignal video animation in Japan, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in the English dub. He was then voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. These two actors have been fans of the manga series before their careers stated, leading them to enjoy their cast as Jotaro. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive due to how heroic he is despite his stoic personality. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique ones such as a gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in the English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with praise for his stoic personality and heroic actions. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was sometimes overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique skills, such as gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability {{Nihongo4|Star Platinum: The World|スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド|Sutā Purachin,and can enabling hold up to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle josukeee. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki wrote characters who would overlap Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in the English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critical reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with praise for his stoic personality and heroic actions. While reviewers noted that Jotaro was sometimes overpowered, writers also found his fights as appealing due to the character's constant yelling or more unique skills, such as gambling. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable was also well received due to coming across as a supporting character helping the new protagonist, Josuke. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well-known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battles. His return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well-known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by . The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, , and allies to defeat and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well-known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotakak confirmed. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotakak confirmed. Guys jotaro and kakyoin made koichi probably. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Kakyoin x Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Bucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci.Jotaro is conformed to be a homosexual by the author Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by . The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, , and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga as a supporting character. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a Stand (a Physical Manifestaion Of One's Fighting spirit) named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga as a supporting character. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a Stand (A physical manifestaion of one's fighting spirit) named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. Jotaro returns in subsequent story arcs of the manga as a supporting character. In Diamond Is Unbreakable, he meets his biological uncle Josuke Higashikata. He appears briefly in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Giorno Giovanna, and in Stone Ocean to aid his daughter Jolyne Cujoh against the forces of Enrico Pucci. Jotaro was first conceived by Araki as a lonely hero inspired by American actor Clint Eastwood. In order to make the story more appealing, Araki created characters who would not overlap with Jotaro's characterization. Jotaro was voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the original video animation adaptation of Stardust Crusaders, and by Abie Hadjitarkhani in its English dub. In the later television anime adaptation, he was voiced by Daisuke Ono in Japanese and Matthew Mercer in English. Critic and fan reception to Jotaro's character has been positive, with Araki himself stating he has become so well known that he could act as a "synonym" for JoJo's Bizarre Adventure as a whole. Critics have praised his stoic personality and heroic actions, and although some reviewers noted Jotaro to be overpowered, others found his fights appealing and unique, such as the gambling battle with Daniel J. D'Arby. Jotaro's return in Diamond is Unbreakable as a supporting character helping the new protagonist Josuke was also well received. (en)
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  • JoJo (by friends/classmates) (en)
  • Professor Kujo (academic title) (en)
  • Qtaro (fake alias to fool Enya) (en)
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  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure chapter 114 "Jotaro Kujo (1)" (1989)
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure chapter 59022904385 "Diego Brando (1)" (1989)
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  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a ficitonal character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke while investigating enemy stands in the town of Morioh. He makes a minor appear (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a ficitonal character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Gi (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His Stand is Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to Italy to spy on Dio's son, Gi (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from Hirohiko Araki's manga JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His has a spiritual power, Stand, known as Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina) whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later on, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), allowing Star Platinum to stop time. He returns in the next story arcs, Diamond Is Unbreakable to meet his biological uncle Josuke, in Golden Wind when he sends Koichi Hirose to (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. His has a spiritual power ('Stand') known as Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys to Egypt with his grandfather and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability {{Nihongo4|Star Platinum: The World|スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド|Sutā Purachin,and can enabling hold up to stop time for brief periods. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by . The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, , and allies to defeat and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by . The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a spiritual power (a "Stand") named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a Stand (a Physical Manifestaion Of One's Fighting spirit) named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. (en)
  • Jotaro Kujo (Japanese: 空条 承太郎, Hepburn: Kūjō Jōtarō) is a fictional character in the Japanese manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki. The main protagonist of the series' third story arc, Stardust Crusaders, Jotaro is depicted as a rough delinquent with a kind heart as he journeys from Japan to Egypt with his grandfather, Joseph Joestar, and allies to defeat Dio Brando and save his mother's life. He has a Stand (A physical manifestaion of one's fighting spirit) named Star Platinum (星の白金(スタープラチナ), Sutā Purachina), whose power is incredible strength, speed, and precision. Later, Star Platinum gains the ability Star Platinum: The World (スタープラチナ ザ・ワールド, Sutā Purachina Za Wārudo), enabling Jotaro to stop time for brief periods. (en)
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