Jolyne Cujoh

50 Things You Didn’t Know About Jolyne Cujoh

List of Jolyne Cujoh facts:

Jolyne Cujoh is a fictional character in the manga series “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki.

Jolyne is the protagonist of Part 6 of “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” known as “Stone Ocean.”

Jolyne is the daughter of Jotaro Kujo, the protagonist of Part 3 of “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.”

Jolyne was born in 1988 and is 19 years old at the start of “Stone Ocean.”

Jolyne’s full name is Jolyne Cujoh, but she is also known by her prison number “FE40536.”

Jolyne is of Japanese and American descent, with her mother being Japanese and her father being American.

Jolyne has long black hair styled into a braid, and she has blue eyes.

Jolyne is 5’8″ (173 cm) tall.

Jolyne is a college student studying marine biology before she is framed for a crime and sent to prison.

Jolyne has a rebellious personality and is initially portrayed as selfish and apathetic.

Jolyne’s Stand (a supernatural ability in the series) is named “Stone Free” and has the ability to unravel her body into strings.

Jolyne’s Stand ability is based on the concept of “string theory.”

Jolyne’s Stand can also use the strings to create nets and weave clothes.

Jolyne’s Stand evolves throughout “Stone Ocean” and gains the ability to sense vibrations and see through objects.

Jolyne’s Stand is one of the few female Stands in the series.

Jolyne is known for her fashion sense and often wears crop tops and shorts.

Jolyne has a scar above her left eye, which she received in a car accident.

Jolyne’s favorite food is fried chicken.

Jolyne’s favorite musician is Jotaro’s friend, Muhammad Avdol.

Jolyne’s favorite movie is “Kill Bill.”

Jolyne has a complicated relationship with her father due to his absences during her childhood and their conflicting personalities.

Jolyne has a romantic interest in the character Ermes Costello.

Jolyne’s favorite animal is the sea turtle.

Jolyne is a skilled fighter and has learned self-defense from her father and from her time in prison.

Jolyne is shown to be able to hold her breath for over five minutes.

Jolyne’s character is named after the singer-songwriter Jolin Tsai and the character Cujo from the Stephen King novel.

Jolyne is voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro in the anime adaptation of “Stone Ocean.”

Jolyne’s name is often misspelled as “Joline” due to a mistranslation in the official English release of the manga.

Jolyne’s character design was inspired by the fashion of the 1990s.

Jolyne’s Stand ability was originally going to be a fire-based ability, but Araki changed it to the string-based ability after being inspired by the idea of unraveling.

Jolyne’s character has been well-received by fans of the series, with many praising her growth and development throughout “Stone Ocean.”

Jolyne’s first appearance was in Chapter 1 of “Stone Ocean” titled “Stone Ocean (1).”

Jolyne’s character is known for her determination and strong will.

Jolyne’s mother, who is Japanese, is never shown in the series.

Jolyne’s father, Jotaro, is shown to be overprotective of her in some instances.

Jolyne’s Stand ability was first revealed in Chapter 5 of “Stone Ocean.”

Jolyne is skilled in using the Yo-Yo weapon as a part of her fighting style.

Jolyne’s character is a nod to the feminist movement, as she is one of the few female protagonists in “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.”

Jolyne’s character was initially met with mixed reactions from fans, but her popularity increased over time.

Jolyne’s character is based on the idea of “starting from the bottom,” as she goes from being a college student to being a prisoner and fighting to clear her name.

Jolyne’s character has inspired several cosplay outfits and fan art.

Jolyne is shown to have a sense of humor, making jokes and puns throughout the series.

Jolyne’s Stand ability is one of the most versatile in the series, allowing her to use it in various creative ways.

Jolyne is the only protagonist in the “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure” series to be sent to prison.

Jolyne’s character is known for her endurance, being able to withstand severe injuries and continue fighting.

Jolyne’s character has been compared to other strong female characters in pop culture, such as Buffy Summers and Lara Croft.

Jolyne’s character has appeared in several video games based on the series, including “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven.”

Jolyne is shown to have a close bond with her mother, as seen in a flashback in “Stone Ocean.”

Jolyne’s character is one of the few protagonists in the series to have a romantic interest.

Jolyne’s character has been described as “refreshing” by some fans for her unique personality and fighting style.

Jolyne’s character has been referenced in other works, such as the anime “Cells at Work! CODE BLACK.”

Jolyne’s Stand ability is ranked 2nd in the “JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Stand Poll” conducted by Shueisha in 2021.

Jolyne’s character has been praised for breaking gender stereotypes in shonen manga.

Jolyne’s character’s personality is described as “tough but compassionate” by some fans.

Jolyne’s character has been described as a “wildcard” due to her unpredictable nature.

Jolyne’s character has inspired several memes, including “Jolyne Cujoh gets her nails done” and “Jolyne Cujoh is not impressed.”

Jolyne’s character has been described as a “fierce fighter” by some fans.

Jolyne’s character has a unique fashion sense, wearing accessories such as a choker and fingerless gloves.

Jolyne’s character’s design was influenced by the fashion of the 1990s, including crop tops and denim shorts.

Jolyne’s character has been praised for her growth and development throughout “Stone Ocean,” going from a selfish individual to a selfless fighter.

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