Bohemian Rhapsody is able to bring fictional characters into reality and separate souls from the victim's body, and drag them into fictional stories. Cartoon characters, anime characters, and even works of art and drawings are affected. The characters are still made of the same material they came from, and thus cannot easily be destroyed: the mother goat from a book simply folded into paper when punched. When one meets a character they like, they are dragged into their role, and the fate of the character will be the fate of the victim. Running away and using barriers is useless, for the story will proceed as it is described. Characters can even chase the victim through storybook pages that appear on flat surfaces.
The stand draws power from the artists creativity and passion put into the animation, and thus its range is infinite. One may be immune to this ability if they have no knowledge of the story or character, but this is difficult due to the number of characters brought to life. The only weakness is that there is no physical stand to protect the user, but the large range allows him to attack from across the world. The user is Ungaro, and the stand's name is based on Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.
Examples of fiction works brought to life:
- Spiderman (MU)
- Kenshiro (FOtNS)
- Raoh (FOtNS)
- Vincent Van Gough
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
- Botticelli's Venus
- Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf
- Astro Boy
There was also a copy of "The Watchmen" on the news stand. Indicating that it would soon be brought to life.
Off panel (due to copyright infringement) battle of Raoh vs Kenshiro in Tokyo.
Can anyone in Marvel Earth stop this stand?
- fight takes place on Marvel Earth
- Unago is hidden amongst the populace