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JoJolion volume 1 cover, featuring Josuke Higashikata and his Stand, Soft & Wet
|Written by||Hirohiko Araki|
|Original run||May 19, 2011 – present|
JoJolion (Japanese: ジョジョリオン Hepburn: Jojorion) is a seinen manga series written and illustrated by Hirohiko Araki, and is the eighth part of the larger JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series. It has been serialized by Shueisha in the magazine Ultra Jump since May 19, 2011, and has been collected in 18 volumes totaling 74 chapters, with 5 additional chapters not yet volumized.
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Set in the same continuity as Steel Ball Run, S-City, M-Prefecture (M県S市 Emu-ken, Esu-shi) was devastated by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. In the aftermath, strange structures are known colloquially as the Wall Eyes (壁の目 Kabe no Me) appear all over the town of Morioh (杜王町 Moriō-chō), with the ground beneath them having the strange property of swapping traits of whatever two objects are buried there. When a local college student named Yasuho Hirose finds a mysterious youth buried under one of the Wall Eyes, they set off on an adventure together to try to recover his identity.
The mystery deepens when the corpse of a man called Yoshikage Kira is found buried next to where he was discovered, whose body is missing several parts. Yashuo leaves the youth under the care of her suitor's father, Norisuke Higashikata IV, who takes him in and gives him the name Josuke while she attempts to figure things out from police reports. They also discover that the Higashikata family is related by marriage to the late Yoshikage Kira. Yasuho finds Yoshikage's mother, Holy Joestar-Kira, who stays in a Morioh hospital due to memory loss caused by an incurable disease. Meanwhile, Kyo Nijimura, Holy's daughter who works as a maid for the Higashikata household, reveals to Josuke that he is a composite of Yoshikage's missing body parts with that of another person, having undergone an equivament exchange from being buried under the Wall Eyes.
When Josuke later confronts Norisuke about the patriarch's intentions in taking him in, he learns that the Higashikata bloodline is cursed and they need Yoshikage's memories for a cure to prevent them from slowly turning to stone. The core component of this cure is the Rokakaka fruit, which cures people of various ailments when eaten, removes another aspect of themselves in exchange. Jobin Higashikata, the eldest of the family, has been using the family fruit parlour to smuggle these fruits into the country in cooperation with mysterious stone-based beings called Rock Humans. As they research the origin of the fruit further, they meet with several Rock Humans who try to hinder their investigation, while Josuke also discovers the truth of his own existence by meeting Karera Sakunami and later Damo Tamaki, both of whom have ties to his past.
In a series of flashbacks, Josuke is revealed to be a man called Josefumi Kujo, fused with the parts of Yoshikage Kira that were not present when his corpse was found. Josefumi first met Yoshikage in 1997 when his mother Holy saved the boy's life after he was left to drown. Twelve years later, Yoshikage requests Josefumi's help in stealing a Rokakaka branch from the Rock Humans, and grafting it onto another tree so they can use the fruit to cure Holy of her mysterious disease. The Rock Humans finally enact revenge for this in 2011, with Yoshikage fatally wounded as Josefumi attempts to save his life. But as Josefumi feeds Kira their last Rokakaka Fruit, they are buried alive during the Tōhoku earthquake under the ground on which Wall Eyes emerged: the same area of land where Yasuho later found Josuke.
Josuke resolves to use the Rokakaka fruit to cure Holy's illness, while the Higashikata family wants to harvest it for their own goals. As Josuke starts searching for the grafted branches Josefumi and Yoshikage left behind, he meets Rai Mamezuku, a plant appraiser, while also encountering more Rock Humans who wish to stop him, working on behalf of Jobin. Josuke intentions clash with Jobin's when the Rock Humans' superior Poor Tom gets involved, culminating in the entire Higashikata orchard being set on fire. In the confusion of the fight, Poor Tom is killed by assassins disguised as ambulance drivers, and Rai and Josuke mistakenly believe them to have taken the Rokakaka branch. In reality, Jobin used his son's Stand to mislead them.
By chance, Yasuho and Jobin's wife Mitsuba happen to be in the hospital where the ambulance went for unrelated illnesses. Yasuho notices Mitsuba in a wheelchair, with her feet turned to stone. She spots the doctor's name on an office sign and uses her Stand to research him, revealing that he is one of the two assailants that killed Poor Tom. Yasuho decides to interrogate Mitsuba about her doctor, Wu Tomoki. However, Mitsuba acts entirely ignorant, revealing that nothing's wrong with her; she doesn't even remember the wheelchair she was on. They suddenly spot two unknown shards on one the empty stools, only for Yasuho to notice that the wheelchair, dismembered and crushed, is hidden in a drawer. As she tries to call Josuke, the two shards appear rubbing against each other on her phone, emit a sound that stuns her as the shards enter her ear. Mitsuba, seemingly under Wu's control, drags her into the office and takes away her phone.
- Josuke Higashikata[a] is a young man with no memory of his past or name and is temporarily named "Josuke" by Yasuho after her dog. He would learn that he was originally Josefumi Kujo[b], a friend of the Kira Family whose body was altered by the power of the Rokakaka Tree transplanting traits of Yoshikage Kira into him. He uses the Stand Soft & Wet,[c] which allows him to produce soap bubbles that upon contact with an object can absorb, or steal an aspect of the object that can be used for other purposes, such as a person's eyesight or the friction of the floor.
- Yasuho Hirose[d] is a young woman who discovers Josuke and helps him search for his true identity. She uses the Stand Paisley Park,[e] which has the ability to direct things around Yasuho, although Paisley Park acts on Yasuho's subconscious needs rather than her being able to directly control her abilities.
- Norisuke Higashikata IV[f] is the patriarch of the Higashikata family and runs a local fruit parlor. He uses the Stand King Nothing,[g] which has the ability to track by scent while changing its physical appearance to resemble the target it is tracking.
- Hato Higashikata[h] is the eldest daughter of the Higashikata family, and is a fashion model. She uses the Stand Walking Heart,[i] which allows her to extend her shoes' heels into spikes, which can be used as weapons and to walk up walls.
- Joshu Higashikata[j] is a college student who uses the Stand Nut King Call,[k] which allows him to materialize nuts and bolts through objects or people's bodies; if the bolt is undone on a person, the limb it was attached to falls off.
- Daiya Higashikata[l] is a near-blind teenaged girl who uses the Stand California King Bed,[m] which allows her to steal people's memories and store them within chess pieces, as long as she does not step on the victim's shadow.
- Jobin Higashikata[n] is the eldest son of the Higashikata family, and uses the Stand Speed King,[o] allowing him to manipulate the temperature of his targets.
- Tsurugi Higashikata[p] is a nine-year-old boy, and Jobin's son, having pretended to be a girl as part of his family's tradition that the eldest Higashikata son poses as a girl until the age of 12 to avoid the evil eye. Tsurugi truly fears the family curse, allowing him to played by Yagiyama after seeing him restore a petrified dog with Rokakaka fruit which he named Iwasuke[q]. Tsurugi uses the Stand [r] which lets him create origami that upon touching a person gives them prospagnosia. It additionally allows him to create origami from other objects than paper and is able to control origami creatures he has made.
- Kaato Higashikata[s] is Norisuke's ex-wife and the mother of Hato, Joshu, Daiya and Jobin, and has served a fifteen-year sentence for the murder of a child. She uses a Stand that allows her to store objects in the middle of a deck of cards.
- Kyo Nijimura[t] is the Higashikata family's maid, and uses the Stand Born This Way,[u] which takes the form of a robotic rider on a motorcycle, which attacks when its target opens an item, such as a door or a notebook. She is later revealed to be Holy's daughter and Yoshikage's sister
- Rai Mamezuku[v] is a plant appraiser and fruit grower who works for Norisuke's fruit company. He uses the Stand Doggy Style,[w] which allows him to peel his flesh like an apple, turning it into a ribbon that he can manipulate.
- Holy Joestar–Kira[x] is an ophthalmologist from T.H. Medical University Hospital and an associate professor at Morioh's T.G. University. She is hospitalized, as parts of her brain and other organs are missing.
- Yoshikage Kira[y] is a doctor who is a descendant of Johnny Joestar through his mother and thus a distant relation to the Higashikata family. He was also a friend of Josefumi Kujo, who attempted to help him save Holy's life by stealing a Rokakaka Branch to use its fruit. But it ended with Yoshikage fatally wounded by the Rock People with Josefumi attempting to save him with last of the Rokakaka Fruit they stole before the two were buried alive by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. The fruit takes effect with Kira's body parts being swapped with Josefumi's to turn him into Josuke, with what remained of Yoshikage's body uncovered a few days after Josuke was found. Yoshikage's Stand is Killer Queen[z], which can produce exploding soap bubbles, its "soap bubble" aspect transferred into Soft & Wet.
- Rock People are a mysterious group of humans who turn into stone when not conscious, having infiltrated Morioh under assumed aliases. They also have ties to both the Rokakaka Tree and Jobin, silencing anyone who learns of the former's existence. Currently, there are two selective groups of Rock People who are after the Rokakaka and its fruit including the following:
- The Rokakaka Smuggling Organization is a mysterious, secret smuggling operation serve as the first collective antagonists in the start of the series, their goal is to secretly obtain and sell Rokakaka fruits:
- Yotsuyu Yagiyama[aa]: The first of the Rock People to appear, tricking Tsurugi to help him kill Josuke while stealing the Higashikata fortune. Yagiyama's Stand is I Am a Rock[ab], which directs turns his target into a gravity well that pulls certain objects towards them.
- Aisho Dainenjiyama[ac]: A Rock Person who is among the protectors of the Rokakaka Tree, attacking Yasuho and Tsurugi when he realized they were following him before the latter used his ties to Jobin to trick him into getting run over by a bus. Dainenjiyama's Stand is Doobie Wah![ad], which allows Dainenjiyama to create small tornadoes that automatically track down their target by means of their breath.
- A. Phex Brothers[ae]: Twin Rock People who pose as street performers while targeting Karera before they come across Josuke, having played a role in the attempt on Josefumi and Yoshikage's lives prior. The older brother's Stand Schott Key No. 1[af] allows him to transfer objects between his two hands, using it the younger brother's Stand Schott Key No. 2[ag] a soccer ball concealing a doll-like figure that releases a poisonous gas, for risky combination attacks.
- Tamaki Damo[ah]: A Rock Person who set up the Damo Can Cleaning service as a cover, using Hato under to infiltrate the Higashikata estate to track down those who killed his allies. But he ends up being mortally wounded by Hato and then killed by Josuke. Damo's Stand is Vitamin C[ai], which allows him to render a living being's body malleable or completely liquefy into nothingness after they touch an object that has his fingerprints on it.
- The Rokakaka Research Organization is a group working in the medical field whose interest in the Rokakaka fruit seems to stem from a desire to benefit their own race:
- Urban Guerrilla[aj]: A Rock Person whose job is a doctor who was assigned to take down Rai before Josuke and Yasuho meet him to find the Rokakaka branch, he later attacks all three of them at Rai's summer home/ski lift in his pet Rock Animal Doramifasolati Do[ak]. Guerrilla's Stand is Brain Storm[al], which can melt the flesh of anyone that comes in contact with him, they grab onto the skin and then break through into inside the victim's body. This causes hemolysis within the body while they constantly multiply as the target begins to break down into holes dug into the skin.
- Poor Tom[am]: A short, infant-like Rock Person covered in wrinkles and smokes cigarettes, he enlists Jobin after Guerrilla's defeat and tells him to bury his Stand Ozon Baby[an] in the ground to prevent the others to find the branch only to betray him and trap him and his son Tsurugi in the Higashikata household viva his Stand. His Stand can depressurize an area upon activation and can inflict depressurization sickness in seconds, also any room will regain normal pressure closed when but still is dangerous as the pressure will gradually increase to lethal levels. Ozon Baby can also create illusions of itself, and getting close to it will the cause the body to cave in on itself.
- Wu Tomoki[ao]: A Rock Person who's also a doctor specializing in orthopedic surgery and cosmetic dermatology, he's first seen by Yasuho examining Mitsuba's right ear and later curing her with a 200 million yen cure involving Rokakaka fruit. Yasuho suspects that he and an unknown fourth member of the group were involved in the death of Poor Tom. He has a currently unnamed Stand that uses stone fragments to take control of someone.
- Dolomite[ap]: A limbless Rock Person whose real name is Masaji Dorokoma[aq], he is currently the only Rock Person not affiliated with any of the groups above. In the past, he was a carefree, handsome man until he saved his blind girlfriend from going into a power plant, destroying his arms and legs in the process; he was assigned by Jobin to take out Josuke. Dolomite's Stand is Blue Hawaii[ar], it can possess a person only by having someone touch something that belongs to the user like Dolomite's tooth, it can then possess another or more through the same process. It has to be physical so touching through something like plastic wrap doesn't count, but blood dropped onto another person or more does. Once it's done, the possessed victim(s) will go after a specific target the user desires, it's weakness though causes the possessed to walk in a straight, linear direction towards that target.
In the first volume, Araki described the story of JoJolion as being the solving of a "curse" (呪い noroi). Curses, he goes on, are the sins of the ancestors and this makes people "unclean" (穢れ kegare), and if this curse continues it will only turn into "resentment" (恨み urami). Another theme is that from birth we see things as black and white, but this produces a "friction" (摩擦 masatsu) from what humanity really experiences. From these, the "curse" is lifted, this being the goal of the story.
On the inside cover of volume 2, Araki explained that the "...lion" in the title comes from both the Christian concept of blessing and the gospels ("evangelion" in Greek), the Ancient Greek myth of Pygmalion, and lions.
The first volume of JoJolion was the second best-selling manga for its debut week of December 19–25, 2011 with 237,374 copies sold. The second volume ranked third, with 204,791 copies, for the week of April 16–22, 2012. Its third volume debuted at number two for the week of September 17–23, selling 260,080 copies. All three were some of the best-selling manga of 2012; volume one was 46th with 534,996 copies, volume two was 53rd with 516,040, and volume 3 sold 457,791 copies for 69th. Volume four was number two for the week of May 12–18, 2013, selling 224,551 copies in its first week. The 2013 edition of Kono Manga ga Sugoi!, which surveys people in the manga and publishing industry, named JoJolion the 12th best manga series for male readers. It won the Grand Prize for manga at the 2013 Japan Media Arts Festival.
The first chapter title of each pair is the title that is used in the volumization of JoJolion. The second title is the title used in the original serialization in Ultra Jump.
|No.||Title||Japanese release date||Japanese ISBN|
|1 (105)||Welcome to Morioh Town|
Yōkoso, Moriō-chō e (ようこそ 杜王町へ)
|December 19, 2011||ISBN 978-4-08-870311-4|
|Yasuho Hirose discovers the body of a naked man underneath one of the Wall Eyes, and while investigating his identity, they are nearly killed by someone who thinks the naked man is Yoshikage Kira.|
|2 (106)||His Name Is Josuke Higashikata|
Higashikata Jōsuke toiu Namae (東方定助という名前)
|April 19, 2012||ISBN 978-4-08-870413-5|
|The young man, now dubbed Josuke, is adopted by the Higashikata family. To return the favor of being given a home, Norisuke IV places him in charge of taking care of his blind daughter Daiya, who soon reveals she has a Stand and intends to use it to make Josuke her lover with her memory-stealing abilities.|
|3 (107)||Their Family Tree|
Sono Kakeizu (その家系図)
|September 19, 2012||ISBN 978-4-08-870526-2|
|After besting Daiya, Josuke discovers the Higashikata Family Tree, leading him and Yasuho in a race to meet Yoshikage Kira's only known living relative: his mother Holy Joestar-Kira. However, Josuke soon encounters two Stands, including one that seems to be helping him.|
|4 (108)||The Lemon and the Tangerine|
Remon to Mikan (レモンとみかん)
|May 17, 2013||ISBN 978-4-08-870642-9|
|Josuke finishes his fight against the strange biker Stand with the help of the navigation Stand, only to meet the biker Stand's user: the Higashikata's maid Nijimura. She reveals her true identity to Josuke and helps him figure out who he really is, or at least in part, while Yasuho discovers why Holy Joestar was admitted to Morioh's TG University Hospital. Several days later, Josuke asks Norisuke IV if he can begin attending school, and he tasks Joshu with bringing him to the local high school, which lies at the end of Morioh's infamous Shakedown Road.|
|5 (109)||Morioh Town: 1901|
Moriō-chō "Sen Kyū-hyaku Ichi Nen" (杜王町『1901年』)
|October 18, 2013||ISBN 978-4-08-870830-0|
|Josuke and Joshu discover the truth behind Shakedown Road and Josuke and Yasuho discover a mystery from Morioh's past.|
|6 (110)||Tsurugi Higashikata's Goal, and the Architect|
Higashikata Tsurugi no Mokuteki, Soshite Kenchikka (東方つるぎの目的 そして建築家)
|March 19, 2014||ISBN 978-4-08-870891-1|
|Yasuho unwittingly becomes acquainted with young Tsurugi Higashikata, but her abhorrence of the child's actions puts her under the thrall of Tsurugi's Stand. And the mysterious architect Yotsuyu Yagiyama makes himself known.|
|7 (111)||King Nothing|
Kingu Nasshingu (キング・ナッシング)
|May 19, 2014||ISBN 978-4-08-880087-5|
|Josuke and Norisuke IV find themselves under the attack of Yotsuyu Yagiyama, the architect of the Higashikata estate and a man who wants Josuke (or rather Yoshikage Kira) dead, and has convinced Tsurugi to help him.|
|8 (112)||Every Day Is a Summer Vacation|
Mainichi ga Natsuyasumi (毎日が夏休み)
|October 17, 2014||ISBN 978-4-08-880238-1|
|Josuke has no choice but to fight the mysterious Yotsuyu Yagiyama, as he may have some clue as to how to cure the Higashikata family's stone curse. But when Yotsuyu seemingly dies, Josuke instead discovers that the family's eldest son Jobin Higashikata may know more than be hiding something from the others, and decides to make a bet with him to discover the truth.|
|9 (113)||Eldest Son: Jobin Higashikata|
Danchō: Higashikata Jōbin (長男・東方常敏)
|February 19, 2015||ISBN 978-4-08-880314-2|
|Josuke enters his bet against Jobin to help Tsurugi and Yasuho discover exactly how he has come across the strange fruit. He discovers he will be pitting the giant stag beetle Jobin just gave him against one of Jobin's favorites in his collection. Along the way, he realizes that what he has actually entered is a battle of wits and Stands.|
|10 (114)||Follow the Rokakaka Tree!|
Rokakaka no Ki o Oe! (ロカカカの樹を追え!)
|July 17, 2015||ISBN 978-4-08-880436-1|
|With information from Jobin's car, Yasuho and Tsurugi track down the mysterious Aisho Dainenjiyama who was last seen with the mysterious Rokakaka fruit. However, he soon discovers their presence and tries to kill them with his Stand, putting the two on the run as the tornado-like Doobie Wah! tracks them down.|
|11 (115)||The Twins Are Coming to Town|
Sōji ga Machi ni Yattekuru (双児が町にやって来る)
|December 18, 2015||ISBN 978-4-08-880548-1|
|After Dainenjiyama is defeated, Yasuho and Josuke finally meet up, but Josuke is distracted by a young woman who seems to know who he is. He meets up with this woman, Karera Sakunami, to discover she does know his original identity, but before he can learn enough from her, the two are attacked by a pair of Stand-using twins.|
|12 (116)||Hato's Boyfriend|
Hato-chan no Bōifurendo (鳩ちゃんのボーイフレンド)
|March 18, 2016||ISBN 978-4-08-880647-1|
|13 (117)||Walking Heart|
Wōkingu Hāto (ウォーキング・ハート)
|July 19, 2016||ISBN 978-4-08-880742-3|
|14 (118)||Dawn of the Higashikata Household|
Higashikata-ke no Yoake (東方家の夜明け)
|December 19, 2016||ISBN 978-4-08-880880-2|
|15 (119)||Dolomite's Blue Lagoon|
Doromite no Aoi Sangoshō (ドロミテの青い珊瑚礁)
|July 19, 2017||ISBN 978-4-08-880882-6|
|16 (120)||Mother and Child|
Haha to Ko (母と子)
|September 19, 2017||ISBN 978-4-08-881233-5|
|17 (121)||Escape from Mount Hanarero|
Hanareroyama kara Dasshutsu Shiro (鼻炉山から脱出しろ)
|December 19, 2017||ISBN 978-4-08-881443-8|
|18 (122)||North of the Higashikata Household. The Orchard|
Higashikata-ke no Kita. Kajuen (東方家の北。果樹園)
|July 19, 2018||ISBN 978-4-08-881452-0|
|19 (123)||Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Wu Tomoki|
Seikeigekai – Ū Tomoki-sensei (整形外科医 – 羽伴毅先生)
|October 19, 2018||ISBN 978-4-08-881596-1|
Chapters not yet in tankōbon format
These chapters have yet to be published in a tankōbon volume. They were serialized in Ultra Jump in the May 2018 through October 2018 issues.
- "Poor Tom and Ozone Baby (4)" (プアー・トムとオゾン・ベイビー その④ Puā Tomu to Ozon Beibī Sono 4)
- "Poor Tom and Ozone Baby (5)" (プアー・トムとオゾン・ベイビー その⑤ Puā Tomu to Ozon Beibī Sono 5)
- "Equivalent Exchange and the University Hospital (1)" (等価交換と大学病院 その① Tōka Kōkan to Daigaku Byōin Sono 1)
- "Equivalent Exchange and the University Hospital (2)" (等価交換と大学病院 その② Tōka Kōkan to Daigaku Byōin Sono 2)
- "Equivalent Exchange and the University Hospital (3)" (等価交換と大学病院 その③ Tōka Kōkan to Daigaku Byōin Sono 3)
- Josuke Higashikata (東方 定助 Higashikata Jōsuke)
- Josefumi Kujo (空条 仗世文 Kūjō Josefumi)
- Soft & Wet (ソフト＆ウェット（柔らかくてそして濡れている） Sofuto Ando Wetto (Yawarakakute Soshite Nureteiru))
- Yasuho Hirose (広瀬 康穂 Hirose Yasuho)
- Paisley Park (ペイズリーパーク Peizurī Pāku)
- Norisuke Higashikata IV (四代目東方 憲助 Yondaime Higashikata Norisuke)
- King Nothing (キング・ナッシング Kingu Nasshingu)
- Hato Higashikata (東方 鳩 Higashikata Hato)
- Walking Heart (ウォーキング・ハート Wōkingu Hāto)
- Joshu Higashikata (東方 常秀 Higashikata Jōshū)
- Nut King Call (ナット・キング・コール Natto Kingu Kōru)
- Daiya Higashikata (東方 大弥 Higashikata Daiya)
- California King Bed (カリフォルニア・キング・ベッドちゃん Kariforunia Kingu Beddo-chan)
- Jobin Higashikata (東方 常敏 Higashikata Jōbin)
- Speed King (スピード・キング Supīdo Kingu)
- Tsurugi Higashikata (東方 つるぎ Higashikata Tsurugi)
- Iwasuke (岩助)
- Paper Moon King (ペーパー・ムーン・キング Pēpā Mūn Kingu)
- Kaato Higashikata (東方 花都 Higashikata Kaato)
- Kyo Nijimura (虹村 京 Nijimura Kyō)
- Born This Way (ボーン・ディス・ウェイ（BORN THIS WAY） Bōn Disu Wei)
- Rai Mamezuku (豆銑 礼 Mamezuku Rai)
- Doggy Style (ドギー・スタイル Dogī Sutairu)
- Holy Joestar–Kira (吉良・ホリー・ジョースター Kira Horī Jōsutā)
- Yoshikage Kira (吉良 吉影 Kira Yoshikage)
- Killer Queen (キラークイーン Kirā Kuīn)
- Yotsuyu Yagiyama (八木山 夜露 Yagiyama Yotsuyu)
- I Am a Rock (アイ・アム・ア・ロック Ai Amu A Rokku)
- Aisho Dainenjiyama (大年寺山 愛唱 Dainenjiyama Aishō)
- Doobie Wah! (ドゥービー・ワゥ！ Dūbī Wau!)
- A. Phex Brothers (エイ・フェックス兄弟 Ei Fekkusu-kyōdai)
- Schott Key No. 1 (ショット・キー No.1 Shotto Kī Nanbā Wan)
- Schott Key No. 2 (ショット・キー No.2 Shotto Kī Nanbā Tsū)
- Tamaki Damo (田最 環 Damo Tamaki)
- Vitamin C (ビタミンC Bitamin Shī)
- Urban Guerrilla (アーバン・ゲリラ Āban Gerira)
- Doramifasolati Do (ドレミファソラティ・ド Doremifasorati Do)
- Brain Storm (ブレイン・ストーム Burein Sutōmu)
- Poor Tom (プアー・トム Puā Tomu)
- Ozon Baby (オゾン・ベイビー Ozon Beibī)
- Wu Tomoki (羽 伴毅 Ū Tomoki)
- Dolomite (ドロミテ Doromite)
- Masaji Dorokoma (泥駒 政次 Dorokoma Masaji)
- Blue Hawaii (ブルー・ハワイ Burū Hawai)
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