Many anime fans love Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and some say that it is the all time best series and I agree that this series is a touching and unique package.
Araki able to create a compelling story of progression and improvement and each part try to create an experience like any other part.
And one of the strongest part of this series is it’s amazing characters they leave an impression on many anime fans. So that’s why we are going to talk about the best characters of jojo series in this article.
Now let’s begin the list without wasting any more time here are 25 best jojo’s bizarre adventure characters of all time.
26. Tooru From Part 8: JoJolion
A major antagonist introduced in the Doctor Wu and Awaking 3 Leaves story arc.
He is Yasuho Hirose’s ex-boyfriend from high school and a part-time worker at TG University Hospital with ties to the hospital’s head doctor, Satoru Akefu.
He is eventually revealed to be a Rock Human and a Stand user, wielding Wonder of U, with Satoru being an alias for his Stand.
25. Rai Mamezuku From Part 8: JoJolion
A man who is the Higashikata family’s private fruit grower and appraiser.
After being tracked down and attacked by a hostile Stand user due to his affiliations with the Higashikata family, Mamezuku decides to meet up with Josuke and Yasuho for help, eventually joining the two in their search for the Rokakaka.
His Stand is Doggy Style, which enables him to unravel his body into prehensile ribbon-like wires, not only increasing his range but also increasing his durability to certain forms of attacks.
24. Noriaki Kakyoin From Part 3: Stardust Crusaders
Noriaki Kakyoin is first introduced as an evil and cruel teenager because of DIO’s brainwashing. Thus he remorselessly attacks unrelated civilians and adopts a might makes right mindset.
However, he reveals himself as a righteous, though blunt individual. Kakyoin is brutally ruthless with his enemies but endlessly loyal to his companions.
He possesses a manipulative charisma in front of potential enemies, seen with Jotaro during their first meeting, the stewardesses before Tower of Grey, and the beggars during his encounter with J. Geil.
23. Narancia Ghirga From Part 5: Golden Wind
Narancia Ghirga is a rough and choleric youth who demonstrates great loyalty to his comrades. Narancia’s overall behavior could be summed up as being quite childish, best illustrated with his formal education that does not extend past Primary school.
Narancia is a happy teenager but easily get angry. When Formaggio use his Stand, Little Feet and attack him, Narancia summon Aerosmith and attack in a violent way.
His mathematics skills are so low he cannot properly multiply numbers greater than single digits, knowing that 6 x 5 = 30 but then managing to calculate that 16 x 55 = 28.
22. Ringo Roadagain From Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Ringo Roadagain is a peculiar gunman fixated on duels.When he was a child, Ringo was of particularly weak constitution, as he easily bled and fell ill frequently.
When a deserter killed his family and threatened to kill him, Ringo awakened his fighting spirit and shot the man dead to defend himself. At this point, Ringo ceased to be afflicted with illness and it shaped his entire mindset.
As of his introduction, Ringo is obsessed with bettering himself through duels. Considering himself “incomplete”, he wants to reach new spiritual heights through duels, thinking that the pure killing intent he experiences to elevate his spirit.
21. Risotto Nero From Part 5: Golden Wind
Risotto is a serious individual, as befitting of the leader of La Squadra Esecuzioni.
Always focused on his goal and carefully approaching Doppio whom he suspected to be Diavolo’s underling, Risotto is methodical in his assassination method, making decisive actions and calmly analyzing Doppio’s moves before acting.
His ability to predict his opponent’s moves is formidable, and has allowed him to almost kill Doppio were he not outsmarted by the Boss.
20. Kars From Part 2: Battle Tendency
Kars is intelligent, ruthless, and single-minded in his dedication to obtaining the Red Stone of Aja. He was stated to have been a genius among the Pillar Men, having been the original creator of the Stone Mask.
Initially, he appears to be the most aloof and no-nonsense of the Pillar Men, rarely smiling and often being the one who has to remind the other two of their ultimate objective.
Obsessed with obtaining the Red Stone of Aja, he is willing to trample anyone in his way, no matter how dishonorable the method.
19. Joseph Joestar From Part 2: Battle Tendency
In Battle Tendency, Joseph is a hotheaded, impetuous, and confrontational young man.
Quick to violently respond to the slightest provocation, Joseph would often get into brawls growing up; prior to events of the story, he had been imprisoned seven times and expelled once from school for fighting.
Having no respect for authority save of his grandmother’s, and later Lisa Lisa’s, Joseph has antagonised policemen and mafiosi alike.
18. Enrico Pucci From Part 6: Stone Ocean
The priest Enrico Pucci is a fanatic committed to a heretical notion of God’s will and to DIO’s plan.
As a teenager, Enrico Pucci was a good-hearted man, who tried the best he could to follow his faith as a future priest. When a tragic series of events led to the suicide of his beloved sister Perla, Pucci fell into despair and then went to see DIO, whom he encountered before.
Enrico Pucci then became a radical believer after frequenting DIO, whose principal credo was that humans were helpless before many forces that ruled the Universe.
17. Jean Pierre Polnareff From Part 3: Stardust Crusaders
Jean Pierre Polnareff is a boastful but honorable and well-meaning Frenchman.
Polnareff’s most defining trait is his honor. His first appearance has him handicap himself on purpose by explaining his ability and fight his opponent Avdol in a terrain more suitable to the latter.
Polnareff’s honor is such that even under the control of DIO, he refuses to do something as dishonorable as attacking someone from the backname.
16. Jolyne Cujoh From Part 6: Stone Ocean
Flighty, abrupt, and snappy with her elders, Jolyne in her teenage years was easily considered a delinquent and lost cause. Bitter at Jotaro for being absent from her life, she tried multiple times to catch her father’s attention by committing multiple minor crimes and went to jail several times for them.
Because of her father’s absence, Jolyne was said to be dependent on the affection and approval of those around her, and she was ready to cover Romeo’s accident, resulting in her being sentenced to 15 years in prison for it.
After acquiring her Stand and being told by Jotaro of his love for her, Jolyne noticeably matures, becoming more courageous and confident.
15. Hot Pants From Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Hot Pants is a Steel Ball Run participant from the United States, and a former nun.
She uses the Stand Cream Starter, which takes the form of a spray bottle that can turn flesh into a foam-like substance and spray it to fuse the flesh with people’s bodies.
14. Yasuho Hirose From Part 8: JoJolion
Yasuho is a mild-mannered yet inquisitive young woman living in Morioh.She is somewhat innocent, in one instance naively following Josuke’s requests to look elsewhere while he beat Ojiro during interrogation.
She is more easily upset than Josuke. Despite this she does show a level of intelligence, using Josuke’s cap as a lead to discovering his past, which led to their discovery of Yoshikage Kira.
She is also somewhat understanding of others, as she was also able to discern, after discovering photos of bound women in Kira’s home, that Josuke was not the type of person to do such a thing.
13. Giorno Giovanna From Part 5: Golden Wind
iorno’s childhood was filled with unhappiness and loneliness due to bullies and the abuse by his stepfather.
During his early childhood, he was initially cold and uncaring towards anyone and believed himself to be scum just for the way people treated him.
Those that knew him easily thought he’d grow up to become a twisted individual. This changed when he befriended an injured gangster he saved. As the man protected Giorno from those that did him wrong in return for his aid, he learned that he could trust people.
12. Doppio Vinegar From Part 5: Golden Wind
Doppio is friendly, honest, and a bit cowardly. He regularly hallucinates random objects as “phones” with which he talks with his alter-ego, not knowing that they share the same body.
Doppio mostly behaves like a good-natured person and is by default a friendly and polite individual.
Doppio frequently seems good with children as he once successfully borrowed a toy phone from a child while taking a plane and even risked his life to save another one.
11. Guido Mista From Part 5: Golden Wind
Easy-going and relaxed whenever the number “4” is not involved, Guido Mista is also a resolute gunslinger when in battle.
Mista comes off as a laid-back teenager, being one of the least serious members of Team Bucciarati, although not as childish as Narancia.
His backstory describes him as a carefree individual, whose goal was to enjoy simple, daily, and worldly pleasures such as food or pretty girls. During idle times, Mista can often be seen reading books or magazines.
10. Jotaro Kujo From Part 3: Stardust Crusaders
Jotaro is introduced as a rough delinquent, but he has a gentle heart, and is loyal to those he likes. He is highly perceptive, intelligent and quick-witted while keeping a perpetually cool, slightly neutral or disinterested attitude.
Jotaro’s most noticeable trait is his seemingly aloof nature. He is a quiet individual, often satisfied with expressing himself in short phrases.
His bio explains that he thinks anyone can tell his emotions just by looking at him, and probably thinks further effort in portraying how he feels to be a waste of time, making others tend to perceive Jotaro as callous.
9. Jobin Higashikata From Part 8: JoJolion
When he was a child, Jobin Higashikata was very meek and withdrawn. Melancholic due to his illness, Jobin quietly bore with the bullying one of his seniors in his scouting movement put him through, not daring to stand up for himself.
However, it is shown Jobin had the courage to refuse the bully’s order to burn down someone else’s home.
After the awakening of Speed King, Kaato used the opportunity to change Jobin’s mindset forever, telling him that he didn’t do anything wrong and that he was destined to climb his way up while others would stay at the bottom.
8. Rohan Kishibe From Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable
Rohan Kishibe is a passionate mangaka dedicated to his work, with a particularly abrasive personality but a good heart.
Rohan Kishibe is above all defined by his dedication to his work. With great draftmanship talents, Rohan has constantly sought to make the best manga possible in order to keep being read.
His wish to be read is so great it trumps any other motivation,disdaining money or glory and feeling no need for kinship either.When drawing, Rohan falls into an artistic trance, drawing with abandon and being distracted with great difficulty.
7. Yoshikage Kira From Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable
Kira is a serial killer, characterized as highly egocentric and psychopathic, with a few obsessive-compulsive tendencies. He is also a hand fetishist.
Kira longs for a peaceful and quiet life, safe from any worry, and does not wish for it to be interrupted. Whenever that life seems assured, Kira adopts a jolly and confident demeanor.
Although he is highly intelligent and possesses many talents, this yearning shows in his dislike of coming in first, and Jotaro theorizes from his many trophies that he even made it a point to never rank better than 3rd in any competition so as not to stand out.
6. Dio Brando (DIO) (Diego Brando) From Part 1: Phantom Blood
During his childhood, Diego was a good-natured and resourceful kid. His mother raised him with love and taught him to keep his dignity in even the direst situation.
At age five, witnessing his mother sacrificing her hands so that he could be fed, Diego developed a resentment of everyone around him for allowing that to happen, and an insatiable ambition.
Since then Diego has been driven to climb the social ladder in order to get back at everyone who wronged him in the past.
5. Funny Valentine From Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Funny Valentine is a dignified but immoral patriot, militant in his will to accomplish what he thinks is best for the United States.
Valentine’s foremost characteristic is his deep patriotism. Marked by the gruesome fate of his father, Valentine’s goal is that the United States stands over the rest of the world.
To do so, he seeks the blessing of the Saint Corpse Parts, becoming ecstatic when the Corpse blesses him. Moreover, the President shows a great degree of determination toward this goal.
4. Johnny Joestar From Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Johnny Joestar is a depressive ex-jockey, who clings to his hope of regaining the use of his legs through the Spin and then the Corpse Part throughout Steel Ball Run.
Johnny is introduced as a distant paraplegic man whose career was ruined when he was shot in the spine after conceitedly antagonizing a passerby.
After Johnny witnesses Gyro’s Steel Balls and Spin, and how they enabled him to stand up on his feet for a moment, he becomes determined to follow him and make him teach the Spin, then after discovering the Corpse Part making his legs twitch, to acquire them.
3. Gyro Zeppeli From Part 7: Steel Ball Run
Gyro is a cocky and flamboyant executioner marked by the harshness of life, who participates in the Steel Ball Run for the sake of a young boy.
Gyro initially appears as a cocky and aggressive contestant in the Steel Ball Run. Unlike other competitors, Gyro looks to seize the first place aggressively, rushing ahead of everyone then fending off anyone who challenges him. He also has a tendency to take dangerous shortcuts.
Gyro is a rude man, deriding the vast majority of those he meets with insults and mocking commentaries. Even with his closest friend Johnny Joestar, Gyro doesn’t mince his words and sometimes argues with him.
2. Bruno Bucciarati From Part 5: Golden Wind
Bruno Bucciarati, first introduced as a sly gangster, is quickly revealed to be a righteous and extremely determined, if brutal, individual.
During his introductory arc, Bucciarati acts like a seemingly affable gangster toward Giorno Giovanna, starting chitchat on various subjects during which Bucciarati reveals his more violent side.
This behavior is later shown to be an act he puts up with unfamiliar people outside of Passione, and he would later conduct himself in the same manner with two airport security guards.
1. Josuke Higashikata From Part 4: Diamond is Unbreakable
The tentatively named Josuke Higashikata is a quirky amnesiac determined to learn his true identity and his past.
Josuke is afflicted by extensive retrograde amnesia, lacking memory of himself or events prior to meeting Yasuho Hirose, but retaining various degrees of knowledge.
As such, Josuke is driven to discover who he was by investigating the circumstances of his presence in the beach prior to having been saved by Yasuho; that goal occupy nearly all of his activities and no action on his part isn’t made without approaching him of learning the truth.