Who's The Strongest JoJo Villain

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure is one of the longest-running manga series of all time. The manga by Hirohiko Araki has amassed a huge fanbase over the years, mainly due to its unique story and a huge cast of characters. Each part of JoJo has different protagonists, antagonists, and plenty of other characters that star in varying roles. The roles of the villains in JoJo, in particular, cannot be overlooked. Many of the villains in JoJo are more popular than some of the protagonists and for good reason. They're flashy, magnetic, and drive the story forward. Each of the villains in the series possesses unique abilities that make them truly strong, but these few rise above the rest. Updated on December 29, 2021, by Suzail Ahmad: With every passing part, the villains in JoJo's Bizarre Adventures have continued to improve. The designs have of the villains have become better, which has made them more eye-catching. In addition to the designs, the villains have also been bestowed powerful Stands. With another part coming to an end, we have added some of the strongest JoJo villains. Miu Miu is one of the many antagonists who were sent by Pucci to keep Jolyne within the prison walls. She served as the chief guard of the Green Dolphin Street Prison. Shewat to stop Jolyne and Emporio from escaping the prison.

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Miu Miu possesses Jail House Lock, which allows her to keep things in control inside the prison. Once the Stand is activated, it causes the opponent to suffer from short-term memory loss. Under the influence of the Stand's power, a person can only remember three things at once. Ungalo awakened his Stand after meeting Enrico Pucci. For the most part of his life, Ungalo was a man with no hope and ambition, however, his meeting with Pucci changed him. With his newly awakened Stand, Ungalo was able to wreak havoc throughout the world. His Stand, Bohemian Rhapsody could trap anyone inside the fictional world and the person trapped would share the same fate as their favorite fictional character. The only way to stop the Stand from working is by creating another fictional character. Ringo Roadagain is arguably one of the best secondary antagonists in the entire JoJo series. He was sent by Funny Valentine, who wanted to halt Gyro and Johnny's progress. Ringo was obsessed with duels and he wouldn't let anyone pass unless they defeated him.

Diego was incredibly clever and he was a proper nuisance for Johnny and Gyro throughout the race.

Ringo's Stand allows him to reverse time by six seconds. It allowed him to confuse his opponents by reversing the time and preparing surprise attacks. Cioccolata was a member of Diavolo's Special Squad and due to his insanely twisted methods of handling a situation, Diavolo only called upon his service when the need was dire. He fought against Bruno's group in Rome, where he caused widespread destruction. He possessed Green Day, which is a very overpowered Stand that can affect an entire city within a short period. Furthermore, the Stand also allows its user to separate their body into multiple parts without dying. Diego Brando is among the main antagonists of Steel Ball Run. During the race, Diego switched sides many times, but he only remained loyal to himself. Diego was turned into a dinosaur by Dr. Ferdinand, but after the latter's death, Diego used the Saint's left eye to develop his own variation of the Stand. Diego was incredibly clever and he was a proper nuisance for Johnny and Gyro throughout the race. Akira Otoishi possessed one of the most dangerous stands in the series, but he failed to use it to the fullest.

The latter sustained many injuries in their fight, a memorable battle.

His Red Hot Chili Pepper is an extraordinary stand, which becomes more powerful by absorbing electricity. While near a strong power source, Red Hot Chili Pepper is capable of overwhelming even Crazy Diamond, an incredibly powerful close-range stand, with ease. Yet, since he didn't take his stand to its full potential, he falls at the bottom of the list. Ghiaccio's White Album had little to no weakness as a stand. Unlike most, it formed as a suit around Ghiaccio, covering almost the entire body and only leaving one hole on the back of his neck. The stand is able to lower the temperature to -231°C, freezing the very air. With the ability to freeze objects around him, Ghiaccio proved to be a nemesis for Giorno and Mista. The latter sustained many injuries in their fight, a memorable battle. Vanilla Ice was one of the final enemies to be revealed in part 3. DIO's most loyal underling, he proved was ready to die for him. As a fighter, Vanilla was arguably the best fighter in DIO's army of stand users, as shown throughout his time on the show. After DIO turned him into a vampire, Vanilla Ice gained more strength as well as regenerative powers. He was thus able to destroy anything in his path via Cream's ability.

However, it does have the power to manipulate iron present in the air and the ground.

In its void form, the stand could erase anything from existence. A minor antagonist in part 5, Risotto was the leader of the Hitman Team and its strongest member. Risotto Nero was a very skilled assassin, who could finish off his opponents without breaking a sweat. His stand, Metallica, is a colony stand, which makes it incapable of attacking on its own. However, it does have the power to manipulate iron present in the air and the ground. Risotto had enough precision with Metallica to form sharp objects inside a person's body, leading to serious injuries and potential death. The serial killer of Morioh, Kira Yoshikage was an immensely powerful villain, but the most impressive thing about him was his intelligence. He had been killing people for a long time, but he covered his tracks expertly. Kira's stand, Killer Queen, is a close-range stand that is able to turn anything it touches into a bomb.

Killer Queen also has two additional types of bombs: Bites the Dust and Sheer Heart Attack. Bites the Dust is capable of creating temporal loops and rewinding time. Meanwhile, Sheer Heart Attack is a long-range bomb that can only be stopped by Kira himself. There is no doubt that DIO is the most iconic villain in the series, and one of the few characters who have appeared in more than one part. DIO's malevolence and dark charisma turned him into a fan favorite. In terms of power, he lacks in a few departments but is still a mencing force. When DIO became a vampire, he gained superhuman strength and speed. In part 3, DIO was able to awaken his stand, The World. This incredibly powerful close-range stand can deal heavy damage. In addition to its destructive physical power, The World also has the ability to stop for a few seconds. Diavolo is the main antagonist of Golden Wind, and one of the most unique villains in the series. He was the alter ego of Vinegar Doppio, which made it easy for Diavolo to move around undetected.

Diavolo's stand, King Crimson, has the ability to erase time for up to 10 seconds, with only Diavolo being able to move in that timeframe. Epitaph is a sub-stand that allowed Diavolo to predict the future and avoid any potentially fatal attacks. Considering all his power, it's no wonder that it took the power of Gold Experience Requiem to take down Diavolo. Since the introduction of stands in the series, villains from the first two parts have faded from memory. However, Kars remains undoubtedly one of the strongest villains in the series. When he managed to become the ultimate life form, Kars became invincible. Kars gained immortality and became immune to UV light rays, which was his only weakness. Furthermore, he gained reactive evolution and could recover from any wound in a matter of seconds. His IQ of 400 was dar higher than that of any human and allowed him to trick his way out of difficult situations effortlessly.

One of the many JoJo characters inspired by DIO, Pucci learned a lot about stands and DIO's plan for awakening the perfect stand. Enrico Pucci's original stand was Whitesnake, but after stealing Jotaro's memories, he managed to evolve it into Made in Heaven. Made in Heaven is an extremely powerful stand that can manipulate the gravitational forces of the earth, moon, and the entire universe. With its power to accelerate time, Pucci was able to create an entirely new universe. Made in Heaven turned Pucci into the strongest character in Stone Ocean. Funny Valentine is the final antagonist of Steel Ball Run. He wanted the Saint's Corpse in order to turn America into the biggest power in the world. His stand, Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap or D4C, is one of the strongest stands in the series and grants him the ability to switch bodies with his counterparts from other dimensions. The condition for activating the stand is fairly easy. It requires Funny Valentine to be caught between two surfaces. His stand evolved further into D4C-Love Train, due to the power of the Saint's Corpse. This stand redirected any misfortune towards Valentine, thus making him unbeatable and stronger than any other character in the story.

This list describes characters from the anime and manga series Doraemon. Also listed are their original NTV voice actors (1973), followed by their TV Asahi voice actors (1979-2005; 2005-present). Part of the 22nd century characters are listed in The Doraemons. Each main character represents a primary school student archetype. Nobita appears in every episode of the anime, while Doraemon appears in most episodes, sometimes being substituted (for medical checkup or on leave) by his sister, Dorami. Note: In some translations of Doraemon, the names of these characters are different from the original names. 2.9 Nobisuke Nobi Jr. Albert in the Cinar dub of the series, is the title character and co-protagonist of the series. He is a cat-like robot from the future. He was yellow-skinned and had ears originally. However, his ears were accidentally eaten by a robot mouse. It left him heartbroken and caused his skin to turn blue. People often mistake him for a raccoon dog. He is sent back in time by Sewashi (Nobita's Great-great-grandson) to aid Nobita. Doraemon possesses a 4-dimensional pocket from which he can acquire various kinds of futuristic tools, gadgets, and playthings from a future department store.

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