Bohemian Rhapsody (ボヘミアン・ラプソディー (自由人の狂想曲), Bohemian Rapusodī, kanji lit. "Freeman's Rhapsody") is the Stand of Ungalo, featured in the sixth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Stone Ocean. Bohemian Rhapsody is a Stand ability that breaks the barrier between fiction and reality, drawing fictional characters into the real world and making people live out specific stories.
The characters brought to life are quite lively, from the jovial dwarfs to the murderous goats, and possess their own personalities. As the dwarfs mention being fans of The Terminator and Star Wars, the fictional characters seem to be aware of separate franchises.
Bohemian Rhapsody is an extremely-powerful Stand ability that can affect the entire world on a grand scale. The Stand's range and indirect nature render it impossible to defeat through conventional means, allowing the user to hide in safety and watch the world around them fall into chaos.
Bohemian Rhapsody is able to bring fictional characters depicted in images into reality through media containing them. The types of characters brought into reality range from cartoon and anime characters to works of art and drawings. Any character brought to life will, in turn, disappear from the works they are featured in, from paintings and books to signs on the highway. As the Stand draws power from the original artist's creativity and passion put into the work, the range of its ability is effectively infinite.
Once a character is brought to life, they generally behave and act as they would within their own story. In addition, characters are made of the same material they came from, and can thus take advantage of their original form to avoid damage and move more easily. However, characters can still be damaged by surprise attacks or fall victim to their original fates.
Despite its tremendous power, Bohemian Rhapsody can be defeated through the creation of a fictional character whose sole role is to return other fictional characters to their original sources. However, if a character happens to be destroyed in reality before this occurs (as Pinocchio is at Narciso Anasui's hands), they will not reappear within their source material.
The true danger of Bohemian Rhapsody lies in its ability to force regular people to live out fictional stories. When someone recognizes a character they like, either consciously or subconsciously, their soul (along with their Stand, if applicable) is quietly and immediately separated from their body. Though the victim's body continues to consciously act as normal, their soul takes on the role of the character in question, adopting their appearance and being forced to live out their fate. According to Pinocchio, this occurs because people secretly wish to live out their fantasies.
It is impossible to change the course of the story one finds themselves in. The story will continue to progress regardless of the victim's willingness to participate in it, as fate itself will conspire to reenact its events. Attempting to run or hide from other characters in the story is equally futile, due to their ability to transform into their original material. The only way for a victim to restore their soul to their body and avert the story they are dragged into is to either destroy the original character (though this does not reunite the victim's body and soul in the anime) or defeat the Stand user himself.