Jolyne Cujoh, who was involved in a car accident while driving with her boyfriend, Romeo, is framed for murder by her lawyer and is sentenced to fifteen years in prison. However, something strange begins to happen to Jolyne's hand after she receives a mysterious pendant from her father, Jotaro Kujo.
The protagonist of JoJo Part 6 is a woman. Why go with a woman? Therein lies the problem. Since she's a JoJo protagonist, she's got to be tough enough to not get disheartened even if she gets punched in the face. Sometimes she might be crawling through a ditch, or she might be falling from the top of a building with her legs wide open. It's a bit of a tight setup for a woman. But thinking about the differences in contrast, it actually seemed very interesting. Furthermore, she could be a person with great humanity like the Virgin Mary. I felt I just had to make the protagonist a woman.
I would like to take this opportunity to offer my thanks to the people who helped me with the realization of this volume:
Mr. Takashi Mizutani, an attorney who graciously offered his time to teach me the differences between Japanese and American laws. Jeff Friend and Yoko Friend, married Japanese translators. L. T. Alhandro, director of the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami, Florida.
Of course, if you find any wrong information in this volume, these people are not to blame. I assume all responsibility for the content of this volume as the author.