We start off with Jonathan Joestar who is the main protagonist of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 1. Here, he lives with his father George, and is the first Jojo in the family. He ended up dying after a fight with Dio Brando, his “adoptive” brother, but soon after, his wife Erina was pregnant with their son. Jotaro was always way fighting and basically didn’t have time for his family. CBR says that over the years, Jolyne basically grew up fatherless. He could have just been honest with his family and told them that he kept his distance in order to protect them, but that conversation never happened and it seems like Jolyne became resentful.
With their bodies tired from the recent experience, the group decided to stay a day in Singapore. While traveling around Singapore with Kakyoin and the Runaway Girl, Jotaro saw Kakyoin nearly kill a petty thief. With Kakyoin’s personality quite different, Jotaro immediately became suspicious. After almost being pushed down a large building by Kakyoin, Jotaro punched him, revealing Kakyoin to be an impostor. The fake Kakyoin then revealed himself to be Rubber Soul, a Stand user who could use his goo-like Stand, Yellow Temperance, to form into any shape or being.
While Joseph was able to keep everything steady, they then ran into a coconut tree and crashed. Even though everyone ended up safe, Kakyoin’s strange attitude continued as he tried to harm the baby, Mannish Boy. That night, after they all fell asleep, Jotaro and the others woke up in a dream world and were confronted by an enemy Stand, Death Thirteen, which was being controlled by Mannish Boy. They found themselves unable to use their Stands and were getting attack. However Kakyoin, who had summoned his Stand before going to sleep, was able use Hierophant Green in the dream world. With their Stands inactive in the dream world, everyone, sans Kakyoin, forgot these events and eventually took Mannish Boy to his family.
Enya began attacking Jotaro with her Stand, Justice, which had actually been the fog that surrounded the town. With Wheel of Fortune defeated, the group soon saw that the user, ZZ, was just a skinny man, his arms being the only muscular part of his body. In order to make sure he wouldn’t attack again, they chained him to a rock and took his passport. The obstacle now cleared, Jotaro and the others put the Runaway Girl on the next plane back to Hong Kong, despite her protests.
D’Arby stared into Jotaro’s soul but found that he wasn’t lying. Jotaro continued this tactic and was able to defeat D’Arby in the process. D’Arby’s loss was able to return Kakyoin to his body and the trick was revealed to be Joseph using Hermit Purple to control the game.
He could have probably erased his existence from the planet and people would still want to go after Jolyne. Call him a deadbeat dad all you want but he’s reason for being gone was completely valid. Joseph and Suzi Q had a child together who came to be known as Holly Joestar. angela anaconda digimon divorce First, Joseph cheated on her with Tomoko Higashikata and had a son by her. He also lied to Suzi Q about the condition of their daughter, Holly. Anne seemed to be a character who would play a part in the future JoJo series, but there is absolutely no sign of her.
Jotaro saw that the user, N’Doul, was blind and solely relied on sound to attack. Jotaro was able to distract N’Doul by throwing Iggy towards him and took this moment in order to get behind N’Doul and land a strong punch. While he did not fear death, he did not want to be killed by DIO, his savior, for his failure. Before dying, N’Doul told Jotaro that Geb was one of the Nine Gods of Egypt, implying the other gods were Stand users as well. Jotaro buried N’Doul in the sand and seemingly began a friendship with Iggy .
Jotaro travels to Egypt in order to save his mother and stop the Vampire once and for all. The whole reason for Stardust Crusader is to save her life, and Jotaro risked his life many times to see that happen. Jota Kujo (空条丞太 Kūjō Jōta) is a primary character featured exclusively in the non-canon JoJo’s Bizarre Married Life dōjinshi series, written and drawn by Japanese manga group, CLAMP.