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Holy Kujo is a minor character appearing in Stardust Crusaders. She is the daughter of Joseph Joestar and mother of Jotaro Kujo, she is afflicted by DIO's return and it is for her that Jotaro departs to Egypt fighting DIO.
She is voiced by Julie Ann Taylor.
Holy Kujo is a fair-headed woman in her forties who has shoulder-long hair she keeps in a chignon.
Holy's sweet charm is known by all. She believes in her son deeply, proud of the compassion that he has despite his hard shell and somehow isn't disturbed in the least by his outright rude insults. As a woman who loves her family, she will deliberately lie about her illness so as to lessen their worry (a lie that is a little too obvious). She is caring even to strangers, as shown when she tends to Kakyoin's wounds She is cheerful, carefree and always shown with a smile. Kakyoin himself describes her as the type of person he would fall for because she can make anyone feel at ease and soothe their heart.
Holy comes as rather childish, notably tickling her father Joseph in public and refusing to answer if she isn't called by the japanese name she gave herself, Seiko, which also means "holy".
- Her Japanese name is Seiko (聖子?), meaning "holy girl". This is derived from her english name "Holy".
- Holy's Stand is one of two in the series to inadvertently cause harm to its user, the other being Ticket to Ride. It is the first unnamed Stand to make an appearance, and has no obvious abilities besides causing harm to its user.
- At the beginning of Chapter 120, Holy is seen singing to herself: "Come on, Baby, do the locomotion", likely from Gerry Goffin and Carole King's song "The Loco-Motion", made famous in the 1980s when it was covered by Kylie Minogue. Similarly, in the 2014 anime adaption, she hums Seiko Matsuda's 1980s pop song "Ao no Sangosho" ("Blue Coral Reef" in English), fitting well into the timeline as a Japanese song popular around the time Stardust Crusaders takes place in and also making a reference to Holy's Japanese name being Seiko.