AppearanceGum wears a light grey dress over a long-sleeved green striped top. Her name is displayed in two-tone Japanese letters horizontally across her chest and on her skates. She wears light cool grey gloves with a four-pointed star emblem on them. Her blonde hair pokes out from the front, curling under her eyes along her cheekbones, and out the back down her neck. Her skates are dark and light grey with green and yellow detail.
Appearances in Other Games
Gum appears in two games outside of the Jet Set Radio series.
Gum is a playable character in this Sega crossover tennis game. Her design is taken from the original Jet Set Radio. Gum's Superstar move has Tokyo-to's Police Force storm in on the tennis court, running over her opponent.
Gum is a playable character in this sequel to Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing, alongside Beat. She has a green and white car similar to Beat's one. Her All Star move makes a broken heart appear behind her. This could be a reference to the description of her, said during her introduction in Jet Set Radio Future by Dr. Professor K. In this game, she has a green tattoo on the left leg, saying "Gum" in Japanese, which is in reference to the same tattoo that is shown in her original Jet Set Radio appearance, though the tattoo was originally placed closer to her inner thigh. Sumo Digital most likely moved the tattoo to avoid making Gum seem overly sexualized. Her All-Star theme is a remix of Let Mom Sleep.
Gum also appears on an unlockable sticker in this game, obtained for winning an event in the Shibuya Downtown stage while playing as her.
Gum is not a playable character in the game, but the DLC character Squigly has an alternate color palette based on Gum's color scheme. It was chosen among other potential palettes by the backers of the DLC in a poll.
Jet Grind Radio
Power - Average
Technique - Slightly Above Average
Graffiti - Maximum*
Spray Cans - 15
- The song 'Magical Girl' by Guitar Vader seems to be associated with Gum.
- There is fan speculation that Simca from the anime "Air Gear" is based off of Gum.