Characters: Jet Set Radio
It should be noted that characters in Jet Set Radio are given little-to-no-backstory, and when they are, it's usually just implicit. Any backstory you hear about should be taken with a grain of salt, unless it's given a source from the games or manuals.It's also noteworthy that despite what people think, neither game really has a "main character." There might be characters a bit more integral to the plot, but each one is given just as much importance depending on how much you play as them.
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- Absolute Cleavage: In JSRF.
- Cool Helmet: And it stands out all the more since she's one of the few characters to wear a helmet at all.
- Mini Dress Of Power
- 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'.
- Nice Hat
- Teen Genius: In Future.
- The Big Guy
- Nice Hat
- Scary Black Man: Subverted. While he looks like one, he's actually a pretty nice guy.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Some of her quotes from JSRF are... odd.
- Dub Name Change/Sudden Name Change: Was originally named Bis in original JSR, and Mew for the localized versions.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair
- Absolute Cleavage
- Bare Your Midriff
- Dark-Skinned Blonde: In JSRF.
- Dub Name Change/Sudden Name Change: She was called Sugar in the original JSR and Piranha in the localizations.
- Dub Name Change: Was renamed "Slate" in the English version of the first game.
- Gag Nose
- Gonk: While all the characters look pretty unique, Soda looks like a Muppet.
- No Mouth: It's hidden behind his collar.
Goji Rokkaku/Rokkaku Gouji
DJ Professor K
- Brought To You by the Letter 'K'
- Cool Old Guy: In JSRF.
- Cool Shades
- Dreadlock Rasta
- Expressive Hair
- Large Ham
- Mr. Exposition: From his undisclosed location somewhere in Tokyo-to, he knows what's happening on the streets. He's kind enough to give informational shout outs to the GG's.
- Soul Brotha