Characters / Jet Set Radio

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    The GG's 

A Mischievous Boy.

She's a magical girl.

The music just turns him on.

  • Adaptation Dye-Job: Tab has black hair in the first game, but is changed to blond in JSRF.
  • The Cameo: In Sega Superstars series: In Sega Superstars Tennis appears as a spectator at the Jet Set Radio court, and in Sonic & All-Stars Racing: Transformed appears on an unlockable sticker in this game.
  • Dub Name Change: Was renamed "Tab" in the English version of the first game.
  • Gratuitous English: Judging by his icons in both games, it's likely his name was meant as 'Cone'.
  • The Leader: Of the GG's in JSRF.
  • Leitmotif: That's Enough by Hideki Naganuma
  • Nice Hat: In both games, Corn/Tab's eyes are hidden beneath his hat. It even gets some impressive-for-2002 physics added onto it in Future.
  • Power Trio: With Beat and Gum, known as the founders of the GG's.
  • Teen Genius: In JSRF.

A Sweet Soul Brother.

  • Awesome, but Impractical: Combo always carries a boombox over one of his shoulders. It looks awesome, but it's only for visuals.
  • The Big Guy
  • The Cameo: In Sega Superstars Tennis Combo makes multiple cameo appearances in this game:
    • He appears during Beat's All-Star move.
    • He appears in the Jet Set Radio minigame, grinding and throwing spray cans to the player, which are needed to complete tags on the court.
    • He appears as a spectator in Jet Set Radio court.
  • Catch Phrase: His saying in JSR is "Bring it on", while in JSRF it's "What up Kid?"
  • Demoted to Extra: In JSRF, Combo has the same protagonism as any of the other members of the GG's instead having his own chapter as in the first game.
  • Gold Makes Everything Shiny: Combo wears a giant gold chain shaped like a Yen-sign around his neck.
  • Nice Hat: Changed in JSRF by a blue bandanna.
  • Power Trio: With Cube and Coin, having their own gang in Grind City.
  • Rotating Protagonist/Narrator: Of its own chapter in JSR along with Cube about rescue his partner Coin from Golden Rhinos in Grind City (USA), that counts as a prologue for JSR, being Golden Rhinos the Big Bad of the game.
  • Soul Brotha
  • Scary Black Man: Subverted. While he looks like one, he's actually a pretty nice guy.

Come on, come on. He can do the Scrappy.

You know her love is sweet.









  • Give Me Back My Graffiti Souls: To know YoYo's ubication after being kidnapped, Clutch asks you for 40 Graffiti Souls. After you get them, he escapes and you've to chase him. When you catch him, Clutch will give you the info on the ubication as well will join you to GG's, but if you aren't enough fast, then bye Graffiti Souls.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: He is one of the few characters in the game without a counterpart in JSR.
  • Playing with Fire: In look only. Clutch has fire designs in his shirt, pants and blades.

    Rival Gangs 

Poison Jam

Love Shockers

Noise Tanks

The Golden Rhinos

Rapid 99

Doom Riders

The Immortals


Captain Onishima

The Police Force

Goji Rokkaku/Rokkaku Gouji
Grace and Glory.



DJ Professor K


  • Distressed Dude
  • The Ghost: Only refered by Combo and Cube in the photo they shown as well in their backup story.
  • NPC
  • Power Trio: With Combo and Cube, having their own gang in Grind City.