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|“||Right now, I’m...so happy...someday...I want to meet someone like you...and live with her for the rest of my liiife...but that’ll never happen. I’m just so pathetic...I feel like dying.||„|
|~ Thunder McQueen to Ermes Costello.|
Thunder McQueen is a minor antagonist in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean. He is a suicidal prison inmate given a Stand by Enrico Pucci, which he uses to try to kill Ermes Costello.
Before the events of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Thunder McQueen was sentenced to eight years in jail for shooting a woman, a crime he says was a freak accident and a badly drawn conclusion after he mistakenly fired a gun while cleaning it as a woman tried to kill herself. Regardless of the nature of the scenario, he was sent to Green Dolphin Street Prison. Working as a janitor, he is first seen trying to steal money from Ermes Costello. In the resulting scuffle, Ermes manages to snatch McQueen's memory disk. Later on, Ermes finds McQueen attempting suicide, causing his stand to activate. Ermes attempts to talk him out of killing himself, but this only desires him to have them both die together. He tries to kill himself again, only for Ermes to use Kiss to save herself, defeat McQueen, and take his Stand Disc. Sometime after this, Ermes gives him his memory disk back, but not his Stand Disc.
Thunder McQueen is a man of a tall stature and standard build, with blond hair and brown eyes. On part of his face, his hair distorts to form a large "M". He wears a blue collared shirt, a brown belt, and dark-blue pants.
Thunder McQueen is a badly depressed, self-centered man who desires to kill himself due to him believing society rejected him. He notes that confession makes him feel better, and has a one-sided relationship with Ermes.
Powers and Abilities
McQueen’s Stand, Highway to Hell, is an automatic Stand, appearing as four purple propellers that jut out of the body part McQueen uses as a medium to kill himself.
When it's user tries to kill himself, he can make someone else feel the same injury he is inflicting upon himself. For example, when McQueen attempted to hang himself, the Stand manifested on Ermes' neck, slowing crushing it.
The only way to beat this Stand is to save McQueen's life and take his Stand Disc.
- In a darkly humorous coincidence, Thunder McQueen's namesake, Alexander McQueen, killed himself in 2010.
- Thunder McQueen is an allusion to the hero from the Cars franchise, Lightning McQueen.