J. Geil is a minor antagonist in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Part III: Stardust Crusaders. Known for his deformed two right hands, he is originally known as the murderer of Polnareff's sister. He is later hired by Dio Brando to kill the Joestars and allies. J. Geil uses his Stand ability alongside partner Hol Horse.
Powers and Stats
Tier: 10-B. Unknown with Hanged Man
Name: J. Geil, "Centerfold" in the English dub of the anime
Origin: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (Part III: Stardust Crusaders)
Classification: Human, Stand User
Powers and Abilities: Extrasensory Perception (Capable of seeing ghosts and souls among some other supernatural forces that are normally otherwise invisible), Summoning (Of his Stand). Hanged Man has Light Manipulation (Takes the form of a beam of light when traveling), Non-Corporeality (Stands are the incorporeal manifestations of one's vital energy, and can only be harmed by other Stands), Non-Physical Interaction (Stands can interact with ghosts and other Stands), Invisibility (Stands can only be seen by other Stands and Stand Users)
Speed: Peak Human. Speed of Light travel speed with Hanged Man (Was stated to move from one source to another at the speed of light)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Range: Several kilometers with Hanged Man
Standard Equipment: Coins, Hanged Man.
Intelligence: Above Average
Weaknesses: Any damage taken to Hanged Man is reflected onto J. Geil. Hanged Man can be attacked while traveling to another reflective surface and will be forced from that surface if it is no longer reflective
- Hanged Man: Hanged Man is a humanoid stand with mechanical and mummy-like aesthetics. To fight, it uses the two knives that extend from its wrists. It doesn't normally appear alongside J. Geil like most Stands. Instead, it appears in reflective surfaces.
- Light Manifestation: Hanged Man appears in reflective surfaces. Whatever is present within the reflection can be damaged or changed by the Hanged Man. He can also move from one reflective surface to another, such as a human eye to a shiny coin. If the reflective surface is covered, it is forced to move to the next reflective surface nearby.
- Damage Translation: Any damage given by the Hanged Man in the reflective surface is translated into the real world, say a man stabbed in a reflection will also be stabbed in the real world.