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Jolyne, Gucci de Tobu

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: Mystery
Authors: Araki, Hirohiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 6.341 (scored by 1094 users)
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Ranked: #148882
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Popularity: #4089
Members: 2,246
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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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Sep 16, 2017
Ranglix97 (All reviews)
This is a lovely little Jojo chapter.
Chronologically, it doesn't make sense. It happened in 2009, and every character, except Jolyne, died 8 years ago.
But thats not what matters here, this a love letter from Araki to Gucci.
The art is simply outstanding, and the stand itself is beautiful and a good idea after all. You can really see the love put in this manga and especially the love of Araki to clothes in general, as you can see in the poses from the different protagonists over the years.

Story: 4/10
Art: 10/10
Characther: 5/10
Enjoyment: 8/10
Overall: 6/10

Read it, i now you will like it
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


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