Jolyne, Gucci de Tobu
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Jolyne, Gucci de Tobu

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Synonyms: Jolyne, Fly High with Gucci
Japanese: 徐倫、GUCCIで飛ぶ


Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 22, 2012
Genres: MysteryMystery
Authors: Araki, Hirohiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.391 (scored by 29502,950 users)
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Ranked: #130372
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Popularity: #2533
Members: 5,394
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A standalone one-shot published by Araki, accompanying the multi-media campaign for his window illustrations on the new collection of the fashion brand Gucci.

The story is about Jolyne Kujo, who goes on a fantastic adventure when she tries to unravel the mystery behind a vintage piece she inherited from her mother’s Gucci collection.

(Source: Japan Daily Press)


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Oct 19, 2018
ScottishDoktah (All reviews)
This was a cute, non-canon chapter in the JoJo series. It doesn't really have a story honestly, it's just an excuse to see some fan-favorite characters, and Polpo, again in print. The art and color choices were stunning, and it was a treat visually.

Really, the whole point was the collaboration with Gucci, and seeing the characters dressed in dapper fashion. Knowing Araki's love of fashion, I'm sure this was an absolute joy.

Story: 4/10 - Essentially non-existent, but what is there is enjoyable.

Art: 10/10 - Completely fantastic, as expected of Araki's work.

Character: 8/10 - While the characters didn't have a lot of area to work with, read more
Mar 2, 2020
SynthwaveCrusade (All reviews)
JoJo? Gucci? Jolyne? Polpo?, Epic.

Jolyne Fly High with Gucci is a short, and I mean very short non canon JoJo side story set in a different universe, It has Jolyne, Polpo, Abbacchio and Bruno. It was nice short and had some dope artwork.

Q: Should you read Jolyne, Gucci de Tobu?

A: You can... But you don't have too, it doesn't really add more to the over arching JoJo narrative and is just a short spinoff series, for fans of the series it's always nice seeing some old faces, maybe even a tad but nostalgic, hell it might put a tear in your eye seeing Bruno read more
Feb 21, 2019
YungGreyscale29 (All reviews)
My waifu jolyne? Wearing all gucci? yeah you sold me thats all I need solid 10, The artwork and clothes are all beautiful and I loved it so much. It had me laughing a lot, and just in awe of the artwork of Jolyne with the unicorn, distracting you from the main focus, the Gucci clothes. In thier own beauty they stole the show by being even more beautiful than the unicorn. Together, Jolyne, Gucci, and the unicorn made quite a beautiful manga to read. I also like how Abbachio and Bruno were in a non-cannon universe written by Araki. I dont know if hes read more
Apr 6, 2020
chaseisbestop (All reviews)
Possibly one of the most bizarre things to come out of jojo's bizarre adventure, as it feels like reading a fever dream, in that it makes very little sense. There's a good reason for that though, as this manga serves as an advertisement for gucci, so aesthetics is the name of the game, and the story is just a vehicle for that. Considering the fact that Araki loves his fashion, that can be an endorsement for manga's artwork, and it definitely is gorgeous in parts, but the more incidental panels to show progression of a scene can be a little vague and confusing. It is read more

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