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|“||My Stand Tohth's predictions are always right!||„|
|“||Our cards are the god of knowledge Thoth, and the god of creation Khnum! We are the Oingo Boingo brothers!||„|
|~ Oingo introducing himself and his brother.|
Boingo (also known as Mondatta in the English dub of the anime and Voing in the English version of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future) is the younger brother of Oingo and one of the antagonists in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders. His stand Thoth represents one of the nine Egyptian gods of prosperity.
In the Japanese version, Boingo is voiced by Wataru Takagi in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Heritage for the Future, Hisayoshi Suganuma in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle, and Motoko Kumai in the anime. In the English dubbed version of the anime, he is voiced by Jessica Gee.
We are introduced to Boingo reading Thoth as a comic artist introduces himself to him, desiring to read his book. Though some exchanges, the comic artist becomes interested in the book mostly due to its mainly blank pages, and offers to buy it. He does not gain this, however, as Oingo scares him off. Soon after this, we first see Thoth's ability to predict the future to some degree, as both brothers avoid a bus doomed to a great accident.
Looking into the book for guidance, Oingo and Boingo make their first attempt to kill the heroes through poisoned tea. Despite them successfully convincing them to get it through their earlier plan (soda) not being cold, Iggy interferes through being a general nuisance, causing the hero to change after them in anger, leaving the tea behind.
After a brief assault and thievery from a passerby through Thoth, Oingo tries himself to blow Jotaro to kingdom come using a bomb resembling an orange. Using a disguise as Jotaro, the prediction comes true in the technical sense, with Oingo blowing himself up. As Boingo rushes to his aid and plans to defeat the heroes, the robbed and furious passerby uses an small mob to harm the two enough to send them to the hospital.
Soon after this, Boingo is rather forcefully teamed up with Hol Horse to take revenge on the heroes for the defeat of their partners. The first prediction Boingo has with his new partner (Hol Horse kicking a woman, following by her giving them payment.) draws ire from Hol Horse's respect for the opposite sex, but following actually doing so for the prediction's sake, it is revealed that he actually killed a scorpion, and the woman gives them their cash out of relief for them saving her hide.
Following the next prediction (Hol Horse shoving his fingers up Jeanne Pierre Polnareff's nose leading for the heroes to be hit by a truck) coming true through chain reaction, a fully confident Hol Horse follows yet another prediction by shooting Emperor through pipes to shoot Jotaro down. However, the watch used to time the attack was off, causing the bullets to circle back to the man and instead hitting him. Boingo wonders if he should use his powers for good instead, kicking his hiding crate aside for it to only hit Iggy, the enraged mutt attacking Boingo and sending him back to medical care, now even more of a shut-in.
Powers and Abilities
|“||M...M...my Stand Tohth can only see the near future...It can't see too far...but... once something is printed it can't be changed!||„|
Boingo's stand, Thoth, is a comic book that predicts the future. Although the predictions are always stupid and unbelievable, they will always happen if followed correctly. However, the predictions depend on the interpretation, and mistaking even a single bit of the prediction will make it backfire.
- Oingo's and Boingo's dub names in the anime, Zenyatta and Mondatta, are references to The Police album of the same name.