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Top 50 Best Anime Bad Boys Of All Time

Kumari Kriti RajKumari-Posted Sep 25, 2022


Top 50 Best Anime Bad Boys Of All Time

 

Bad Boys are generally considered with bad behavior, stoic, not-so-good personalities, hurt others, and have bad habits.

 

But it is just about these things we have seen many more anime characters who are categorized as bad but ended up being good from the core, not all the time, but considered as such in some for sure.

 

So if you have liked the bad boys and anime then you must have wondered about those characters who fall under bad boys.

 

To present you with the best of this, we have listed the 50 best anime bad boys characters for you, take a look.

 

 

50. Griffith (Berserk)

 

Griffith (Berserk)

 

Griffith currently serves as both the top commander of the Midland Regular Army and the resurrected Band of the Falcon.

 

He is regarded as the "Falcon of Light" and has earned a reputation as a hero across the continent for being at the forefront of numerous conflicts.

 

Because of his impeccable manners and acute intelligence, Griffith has always been able to make people forget that he is from poor beginnings.

 

Griffith has always carried himself in a way that is nearly indistinguishable from that of the aristocracy. Griffith's presence has always been palpable since he is undeniably different from others.

 

Those who first encounter him tend to feel either goodwill or enmity, with the former developing into trust or fellowship and the latter becoming wonder or even dread.

 

 

49. Lelouch vi Britannia (Code Geass)

 

Lelouch vi Britannia (Code Geass)

 

Lelouch vi Britannia is the main character in the side stories Code Geass: Oz the Reflection and Code Geass: Lancelot & Guren, as well as Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion and Lelouch of the Rebellion R2.

 

He used the alias Lelouch Lamperouge upon his exile. He was the 98th Emperor of Britannia, Charles zi Britannia, and the son of the Eleventh Prince of the Holy Britannian Empire.

 

Lelouch is renowned for having a stern demeanor. Even though he would have an easy time with his high level of intelligence, he never cared about academics and thought the whole thing was ridiculous.

 

Shirley once said that Lelouch could succeed in school if he put in the effort.

 

 

48. Nicolas Brown (Gangsta)

 

Nicolas Brown (Gansta)

 

In GANGSTA, Nicolas Brown is one of the main characters. He is a deaf Twilight and a former mercenary who, along with Worick Arcangelo and Alex Benedetto, is a member of The Handymen.

 

Even to individuals he likes, Nicolas tends to be silent and distant. He talks once in a while out of annoyance or when someone can't comprehend sign language, but he generally keeps to himself to avoid having to make accommodations for those who can't communicate with him.

 

Despite his frequent irritability, he can also be nice in little ways, like playing with Nina or holding Alex still when she shakes too much to open her medicine.

 

He appears to take a small pleasure in picking on others, which suggests a dark and sardonic sense of humor.

 

 

47. Ash Lynx (Banana Fish)

 

Ash Lynx (Banana Fish)

 

The main character of Banana Fish is Ash Lynx, aka Aslan Jade Callenreese. A dying man gives Ash a sample of an unidentified medicine, and Dino Golzine hunts him down for what he might be in possession of.

 

Shorter Wong, a buddy, and Japanese journalist Eiji Okumura assist him in figuring out what the mystery drug is.

 

Ash possesses the temperament, charisma, and talent necessary to win over sizable crowds of people. He is not only a great marksman and fighter, but he also has a 200 IQ, making him a very brilliant person.

 

Ash's ongoing fight for freedom from his oppressors and his attempt to move past his pain from sexual molestation largely define his character.

 

 

46. Vegeta (Dragon Ball)

 

Vegeta (Dragon Ball)

 

Vegeta, more properly, known as Prince One of the main characters in the Dragon Ball series, Vegeta is the prince of the extinct Saiyan race, the spouse of Bulma, the father of Trunks and Bulla, and the oldest son of King Vegeta.

 

Vegeta is regal, pompous, and proud. He was previously a cruel, cold-blooded warrior and outright killer, but he later decides to leave the Frieza Force and stay on Earth.

 

Later, he would frequently engage in combat with the most formidable warriors of Universe 7 to save Earth and his family and to outdo Goku in strength.

 

In short, the series' most prominent and highly regarded character development is that of Vegeta.

 

 

45. Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (Bungo Stray Dogs)

 

Ryūnosuke Akutagawa (Bungo Stray Dogs)

 

Member of the Port Mafia Ryūnosuke Akutagawa possesses the Rashomon power. Akutagawa holds a "survival of the fittest" philosophy in which the weak should perish and be replaced by the stronger.

 

If only to hear a word from a "particular person," he is not frightened of suffering and failure. He is one of the Port Mafia's most dangerous members and is feared by both allies and enemies due to his merciless, violent character.

 

Black Lizard's subordinates often obey him out of fear of his volatile temper and overall intolerance of incompetence, making him the best anime bad boy character.

 

Despite his violent nature, Akutagawa normally keeps his composure and distance.

 

 

44. Tōi Kuji (Sarazanmai)

 

Tōi Kuji (Sarazanmai)

 

Tōi Kuji, a troubled middle schooler, is also turned into a kappa by Keppi along with Kazuki and Enta. He works for his older brother Chikai as a cannabis salesman and is a recent transfer student in Kazuki's class.

 

He is okay with witnessing and taking part in criminal crimes including breaking into automobiles, waterboarding someone else, and, if necessary, even killing someone.

 

Kuji also has a softer side when it comes to his brother and pals. Tōi appears to be the most mature character of the main trio, but he still exhibits childlike traits, such as his tendency to act without thinking things through first.

 

He's not the kind to express his affection or publicly acknowledge his feelings.

 

 

43. Kyouya Sata (Wolf Girl and Black Prince)

 

Kyouya Sata (Wolf Girl & Black Prince)

 

The series' protagonist and primary character is Kyouya Sata. He is referred to as the "Prince" of the school, but in reality, he is the exact antithesis of a prince because his intention was to date Erika Shinohara to keep her as his "pet dog."

 

He gradually starts to look after her and gets envious whenever she interacts with other boys.

 

After all the drama later in the series, he is revealed to be Erika's genuine boyfriend. Kyouya presents a "princely" persona to hide his sadistic tendencies.

 

As the story progresses, it becomes clear that he is chilly to everyone who tries to approach him, a typical norm of bad boys.

 

 

42. Light Yagami (Death Note)

 

Light Yagami (Death Note)

 

The main and important character of Death Note is Light Yagami, known for his different personality. He decides to utilize the Death Note to finish the criminals after searching for them.

 

At the end of the story, the inhabitants of Japan accuse "Kira" of carrying out Yagami's murders. Light is considered talented, a genius, and a born diligent.

 

Light is talented in planning things and effective when it comes to outlining the scenarios. She has keen abilities in perception and problem-solving.

 

Yagami is also loved by his family and is loved by his classmates. But once he had the notebook, the power, the intense sense of arrogance soon set in because of his great intelligence and the repeated appreciation from all.

 

 

41. Shogo Makishima (Psycho-Pass)

 

Shougo Makishima (Psycho-Pass)

 

Shogo Makishima is a criminally asymptomatic person whose stated mission is to free Japanese society from the Sibyl System because he thinks it is transforming its population into mindless automatons rather than free-thinking individuals.

 

He is a humanist who embraces the worst sides of human nature and has no qualms about observing or contributing to the pain of others.

 

With his exceptional charisma and genuine skill for persuasion, he can persuade others to do what he wants. He has no qualms about using his own hands or those of his minions to execute individuals who get in his way or of whom he has grown weary.

 

 

40. Otabek Altin (Yuri!!! on Ice)

 

Otabek Altin (Yuri!!! on Ice)

 

A Kazakh figure skater named Otabek Altin appears in the film Yuri!!! on Ice. Otabek prefers to spend time alone rather than with other skaters and is typically stern and reclusive.

 

Although he is quiet and reserved in person, his skating is incredibly expressive and eloquent. Otabek's generosity occasionally comes through, as when he saved Yuri Plisetsky from the Yuri Angels, applauded Phichit for congratulating Yuri Katsuki and Victor on what he mistook for their marriage, and cheered for Yuri Plisetsky during his free skate at the Grand Prix Final.

 

Although Otabek isn't particularly well-known for having any unique talents, Yuuri Katsuki thinks that Otabek's tenacity is his greatest asset.

 

Otabek's programs are renowned for their high level of technical difficulty, nevertheless.

 

 

39. Zora Ideale (Black Clover)

 

Zora Ideale (Black Clover)

 

Zara Ideale, the first peasant Magic Knight, was the father of Zora Ideale, a first-class Junior Magic Knight in the Black Bull and Royal Knights squads of the Clover Kingdom.

 

During the Royal Knights Selection Exam, he pretends to be Xerx Lugner. Zora is shown to have very low regard for all the individuals he encounters, including Nobles, the Magic Emperor, and even his fellow competitors in the Crystal Destruction Battle Tournament.

 

As long as he can bring those he claims to be elitist down a peg, he is not above lying about who he is or about whatever penalty he might receive.

 

One of his most notable traits, aside from his contempt for everyone, is simply his unpredictable nature.

 

 

38. Ryo Asuka (Devilman Crybaby)

 

Ryo Asuka (Devilman Crybaby)

 

Professor Asuka and an unidentified American woman had a son named Ryo Asuka. He passed away an undetermined amount of time before the manga's opening, and Satan adopted his persona.

 

About the real Ryo, not much is known. His mother passed away at some time in his childhood, and he was born in the 1960s.

 

When he was 17 years old, an automobile accident claimed his life. Ryo is eventually identified as the demons' first victim, indicating that the demon forces may have planned this "accident" beforehand.

 

 

37. Izaya Orihara (Durarara!!)

 

Izaya Orihara (Durarara!!)

 

Known best for his evil nature, Izaya at the core is very genuine and soft which can be seen through the dialogues of Shinra, another character, “People think of him like some cold-blooded monster, but he's more human than anyone I know; he's so fragile inside."

 

Continuing with the dialogue, "If you pumped him full of love and betrayal and such, I think he'd fall apart. I think that's why he decided to love humanity by letting everything wash over him. Do you see what I'm saying? He accepts everything, but he doesn't take it in. He lets it wash over him.”

 

A strong and competent information broker is the work of Izaya Orihara. Shizuo Heiwajima is the only member of the human race that was adored by Izaya; he typically divulges information for his amusement.

 

He is a known member of the Dollars and the originator of Amphisbaena and Heaven's Slave.

 

 

36. Karma Akabane (Assassination Classroom)

 

Karma Akabane (Assassination Classroom)

 

One of Nagisa's closest friends is Karma Akabane, a pupil in Korosensei's Class 3-E at Kunugigaoka Junior High School who had been expelled because of his aggressive actions.

 

Karma is well-known for his aggressive tendencies and problematic attitude across the school. He is quite sly, mischievous, and a little sadistic; he frequently plays dirty, tricks, and occasionally manipulates, degrades, and fights others.

 

At first glance, he appears to be a lethargic sort, yet there's a strong sense of mischief in his eyes, according to Karasuma, and Itona has said of him that he has a "certain vision" for Terasaka.

 

Karma genuinely has good ideals and is fairly sympathetic, despite his sometimes vicious personality.

 

 

35. Johan Liebert (Monster)

 

Johan Liebert (Monster)

 

The series' primary adversary and titular "monster" is Johan Liebert. He is the elder twin of Nina Fortner (formerly Anna Liebert), who was shot in the head in 1986.

 

Dr. Kenzo Tenma operated on him and kept him from dying. Because of this, he has a great deal of gratitude and respect for Dr. Tenma throughout the entire series.

 

Johan Liebert is extraordinarily charismatic and intelligent and has lived parts of his life in several places and under various guises.

 

His propensity is to mercilessly manipulate and corrupt others with his gifts, frequently for no other reason than his amusement in wreaking havoc and pain.

 

 

34. Louis (Beastars)

 

Louis (Beastars)

 

Louis, who is a deuteragonist in Beastars, is a very important character in the series. Louis, who was looking after the title of Beastar, once was the head actor of the Cherryton Academy, a drama club.

 

He once had the position of Shishigumi's leader. Although Louis is considered haughty and self-righteous, his physical insecurity is more attractive.

 

Louis tries to cover up his demerits by playing the important actor because he thinks that if he displays his weak side then he would be taken as less.

 

Similar to Haru, another character, Louis dislikes being "fragile," but his feelings are stronger. It can be seen when Louis performs the first show when Adler is on stage with a broken leg to avoid appearing dull.

 

 

33. Tobias (Pokémon)

 

Tobias (Pokémon)

 

Presented as the perfect bad boy anime character, Tobias is a legendary Pokemon catcher and trainer. Catching one Pokémon is not easy but for Tobias, it is just a regular thing and that's the reason why catching not just one but two has become his casual.

 

Appearing as a very mysterious person at the beginning of the series, his look and manner have disturbed the other characters, especially Barry.

 

One of the best features that may convert into the worst one is him taking all the battles very seriously which may become ruthless at times.

 

 

32. Sesshomaru (InuYasha)

 

Sesshomaru (InuYasha)

 

Sesshomaru, the older half-brother of Inuyasha, is difficult to accept. He fully accepts his demon nature and is a full-blooded demon.

 

He is extremely strong and nearly unbeatable in terms of pure strength. He is one of the sexiest antiheroes, thanks to his long white hair and golden eyes.

 

He is icy, haughty, incredibly powerful, and fluffy! Sesshomaru rarely smiles, perhaps because doing so would be considerate of others.

 

He despises people but feels for Rin, a little orphan whose town was devastated by demons. Sesshomaru discovered her body almost destroyed by wolves and, using his sword, brought her back to life.

 

 

31. Dabi (My Hero Academia)

 

Dabi (My Hero Academia)

 

Serving as one of the side characters in the anime, Dabi truly falls at the same level as the protagonist. The thing that makes him bad is his argumentative nature which has almost no sense of respect for anyone.

 

Considering himself as the one who is destined to get the world, leads him to join the League of Villains in the series.

 

The main mission which is carried with him is to destroy human society from its roots. Along with all these missions, he also wants to damage the career of his father because of the implicit memory Dabi has got in childhood.

 

 

30. Takumi Ichinose (Nana)

 

Takumi Ichinose (Nana)

 

Takumi experienced a lot of emptiness and angst as a child. His father turned into a bitter alcoholic as a result of his mother's illness, which left her bedridden.

 

In high school, his sister also became pregnant. Despite his rage and propensity for womanizing, Takumi assumes full responsibility for organizing his mother's funeral after she passes away, demonstrating his maturity.

 

Takumi has often shown to be shrewd, egotistical, and self-centered. His bandmates claim that he has a poor tendency of sleeping around and treating the women he has sex with little care; even if he promises to commit to them, he almost always dumps them after a one-night stand, definitely a bad boy.

 

 

29. Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto)

 

Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto)

 

One of the few living family members from Konohagakure, the Uchiha family, is Sasuke Uchiha. Itachi is the older brother, massacred their clan, and Sasuke made things work to have revenge on Itachi.

 

Sasuke joins Team 7 when he becomes a ninja and competes against his friend and rival Naruto Uzumaki to hone his talents.

 

He defected from Konoha as he was not at all satisfied with his development to gain some strength which he needed to get his retribution.

 

As a result of his many years-long quests for this retribution and those events that were seen, Sasuke Uchiha became demanding and alone, but understanding and thus earning the tag of "international criminal."

 

 

28. Katsuki Bakugo (Boku No Hero Academia)

 

Katsuki Bakugou (Boku no Hero Academia)

 

Also known as Kacchan, called by his childhood friends, Katsuki Bakugo has attended U. A. High School in Class 1-A and is looking after he dreamed of becoming a professional hero under the false name called the Great Explosion Murder God Dynamight.

 

He serves as the show's deuteragonist. At the start of the series, Katsuki is aggressive, conceited, unpleasant, and the one who has short-tempered character.

 

As a result of his bad conduct or habit that dates back to his early years, when he was famous for bullying a young, quirkless Izuku Midoriya, he tends to come across as a villain, an unheroic quality.

 

He frequently boasted about the strength of his high quirk and even flaunted that he would defeat his entire middle school class, almost impossible, demonstrating that he was over the top and contemptuous to others around him.

 

 

27. Mugen (Samurai Champloo)

 

Mugen (Samurai Champloo)

 

Along with Jin, Mugen is one of Samurai Champloo's main male heroes. Fuu is accompanied by Mugen and Jin as she looks for "the samurai who smells of sunflowers." Jin's opposite in terms of temperament and personality is Mugen.

 

He is known for his unpredictable and careless fighting technique. Mugen is somewhat of an antihero—rude, obscene, vulgar, egotistical, volatile, and insane.

 

He enjoys fighting and often starts fights over trivial issues. It is made obvious in several episodes that Mugen is a womanizer and that his desire frequently gets the better of him.

 

 

26. Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul)

 

Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul)

 

The main character of Tokyo Ghoul was initially a pretty plain, short, skinny boy. He became a more muscular man over time.

 

Kaneki's character would alternate between being a hot bad boy and a gentle guy. When Kaneki is in his badass mode, he is violent and vicious in defending those he loves.

 

He never lost his inner softness, but grew more power-hungry and haughty on the exterior. For the majority of the series, Ken is still dissatisfied with himself and is eager to put the responsibility on himself.

 

He is essentially one of the bad guy anime characters to have ever been created.

 

 

25. Tomoe (Kamisama Hajimemashita)

 

Tomoe (Kamisama Hajimemashita)

 

Fox yokai Tomoe currently plays the well-known Nanami Momozono in the manga Kamisama Kiss. His wife's name is Nanami Momozono.

 

Tomoe has been left alone for the past twenty years to take care of the land god's deteriorating shrine after being abandoned by his former master, Mikage, in Chapter One of the Manga (First Episode of the Anime).

 

Tomoe is enraged when a helpless little girl named Nanami shows up at the shrine's door with the wandering god's mark.

 

He decides against becoming familiar and disappears, choosing instead to live a life of laziness, intoxication, and vice. However, in the "world over there", things rarely go as expected and often need cunning and desperation.

 

 

24. Kyoya Hibari (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)

 

Kyoya Hibari (Katekyo Hitman Reborn!)

 

Kyoya, being one of the best bad boys anime characters, wears a variety of stylish, opulent, and scary clothing.

 

He doesn't care about other people's welfare and would rather take any means necessary to accomplish his objectives. Hibari is a strong, nimble attacker who loves to work alone and isn't a great team player.

 

Although he appears to have a soft spot for small animals, he hates being restrained or controlled. This is not surprising because the evilest dictators always favor animals over people.

 

Kyoya is occasionally respectful and helpful, but he is also unstoppable, unafraid, and not entirely heartless.

 

 

23. Shou Hayabusa (Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto)

 

Shou Hayabusa (Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto)

 

The second-year delinquent group is led by Hayabusa. He appears to be more rational than the majority of the other offenders, yet he still becomes readily enraged when prompted.

 

He is looked up to by a few freshmen because of his usually calm temperament. Shou is a delinquent, yet has a soft heart for his father and younger siblings. To support the family after his mother passed away, he assumed responsibility for caring for his siblings.

 

Additionally, he has expressed concern for the well-being of the pupils whenever Fukase, a renowned troublemaker, starts to bother other students because he frequently engages in mind games with them.

 

 

22. Andou Jurai (When Supernatural Battles Became Commonplace)

 

Andou Jurai (When Supernatural Battle Became Commonplace)

 

The main character in Inou-Battle wa Nichijou-kei no Naka de is Jurai. He is a member of the school's literature club and possesses the "Dark and Dark" superpower on his right hand.

 

Teenager Jurai is quite tall. His eyes are green, and he has black hair. He typically wears his school uniform, which includes a red coat, a white shirt, a blue tie, white slacks, and light brown shoes.

 

When he uses his power, he occasionally raises his right arm's shirt sleeve to the elbow. Jurai is a silly young man.

 

Jurai frequently disappears into his world as a result of Chuunibyou Syndrome, annoying others around him. As a result, he has grown to have a very freewheeling demeanor.

 

 

21. Shoto Todoroki (My Hero Academia)

 

Shoto Todoroki (My Hero Academia)

 

The three-person protagonist of the My Hero Academia manga and anime series is Shoto Todoroki, also known as Shoto.

 

He is a student in Class 1-A at U. A. High School, where he was admitted based on official recommendations, and he is pursuing his dream of being a professional hero.

 

He is the eldest child of Pro Hero Endeavor, the previous No. 2 and current No. 1. Shoto's early frigid and distant demeanor was a result of being mistreated as a child and having a difficult home life.

 

Shoto preferred to spend time alone since he was emotionless and intensely focused. Nevertheless, Shoto showed a lot more kindness and social skills at the U. A. Sports Festival competitions. She also started to laugh more and occasionally smile.

 

 

20. Haru Yoshida (Tonari no Kaibutsu-Kun)

 

Haru Yoshida (Tonari no Kaibutsu-Kun)

 

The male lead in the television series Tonari no Kaibutsu-Kun is Haru Yoshida. He makes an appearance as a first-year high school student who goes to the same school and class as Shizuku Mizutani, the female protagonist.

 

Before the manga/anime even began, he was expelled from school for miscommunicating with upperclassmen, but by the time the plot began, his expulsion had been lifted.

 

Haru comes across as an aggressive and scary person despite his genuine intentions. As the story progresses, it becomes apparent that his aggression is only a facade and that he is rather naïve, ignorant, and clueless.

 

He may come out as a negative, cynical person, but he's a nice guy.

 

 

19. Senku Ishigami (Dr. Stone)

 

Senku Ishigami (Dr. Stone)

 

The star of the Dr. Stone manga and anime series is Senku Ishigami. Yuzuriha Ogawa and Taiju Oki are his pals.

 

Young and brilliant, he works to restore human society 3,700 years after it abruptly turned to stone. In the Japanese Dub, he is voiced as a youngster by Yusuke Kobayashi and Mikako Komatsu, and in the English Dub, he is dubbed as a youngster by Aaron Dismuke and Mikaela Krantz.

 

Senku strikes the reader as a highly cocky and conceited character. Despite Taiju's objections, he is an opportunist who uses the remnants of a Buddhist statue to gather bronze.

 

But he does exhibit incredibly sympathetic and loving qualities, particularly toward his closest friends.

 

 

18. Alucard (Hellsing)

 

Alucard (Hellsing)

 

The primary character in Kouta Hirano's Hellsing series is Alucard. He is the Hellsing Organization's most potent weapon in the fight against vampires and other supernatural beings.

 

Alucard is more than just a vampire; it has been suggested that he is the most potent vampire still living.

 

He may also be the most potent character in the entire series, only being surpassed by The Captain and Alexander Anderson in power.

 

He serves Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing, the head of the Hellsing Organization, with great loyalty and is also Seras Victoria's master.

 

Alucard is incredibly narcissistic because he is practically immortal and untouchable. He shamelessly mocks and denigrates his adversaries, frequently allowing them to deal with seemingly deadly wounds before he recovers and launches a counterattack.

 

 

17. Sebastian Michaelis (Kuroshitsuji)

 

Sebestian Michaelis (Kuroshitsuji)

 

The Phantomhive household's demon butler and senior staff member are Sebastian Michaelis. Ciel Phantomhive has Sebastian's whole devotion. As a head butler, he makes sure that the Phantomhive household is managed efficiently while diligently carrying out all of Ciel's instructions.

 

Demons do not believe in sleeping, hence he frequently spends their nights performing their job. Sebastian's butler persona is undeniably perfect: He always complies with instructions, completes jobs with the utmost grace and ease, and is polite.

 

Sebastian is brutal while attacking people under Ciel's orders, and he occasionally puts Ciel at non-fatal risk for his delight.

 

However, Sebastian is a heartless and wicked demon. His diabolical aesthetics and beliefs are rigidly followed.

 

 

16. Levi Ackerman (Attack on Titan)

 

Levi Ackerman (Attack on Titan)

 

Also known as Captain Levi, Levi Ackerman is the group leader of the Special Operations Squad within the Survey Corps and was regarded as the strongest soldier in all of the human era.

 

Since his starting years, he has been referred to as a "clean freak" by those people who know him as he prefers to keep both his surroundings and his capability.

 

Levi is not a friendly individual but his obsession with hygiene brings a lot of problems. He rarely shows his emotional side, which gives the appearance of him being rigid.

 

His speech is frequently direct which becomes aggressive at times, and frequently makes crude or inappropriate comments or harsh ones, making him one of the anime's bad-boy characters.

 

He is not above inciting individuals who disagree with him or anger him in many ways. His sense of humor is often crude, gloomy, black, and dark.

 

 

15. Naofumi Iwatani (The Rising of the Shield Hero)

 

Naofumi Iwatani (The Rising of the Shield Hero)

 

The protagonist of The Rising of the Shield Hero series is Naofumi Iwatani. As the Shield Hero, one of the Four Legendary Heroes, he was sent to another world.

 

At first, Naofumi was a remarkably trusting and upbeat person who was thrilled to be called upon as a hero.

 

After Malty S Melromarc, the princess of Melromarc deceived and falsely accused him, his perspective dramatically shifted. Naofumi developed a deep mistrust for everyone and cynicism about life as a result of being left almost penniless, wrongfully accused of being a criminal, and despised by almost everyone.

 

He lost all faith in people and began to believe that everyone was out to get him. Fortunately, Naofumi's status as a Shield Hero rendered him practically helpless on his own, forcing him to eventually look for assistance.

 

 

14. Kyo Sohma (Fruits Basket)

 

Kyo Sohma (Fruit Basket)

 

One of the Fruits Basket series' deuteragonists is Kyo Sohma. He was raised by Kazuma Sohma as an adoptive son when his mother passed away and his biological father rejected him.

 

The Cat, an animal that would have been a member of the Chinese Zodiac had the Rat not duped him into missing the ceremony, is the ghost that has cursed Kyo.

 

In addition to being mistreated, insulted, and facing detention, Kyo is an irregular member of the Zodiac. When his Juzu bead bracelet is taken off, he transforms into a hideous, foul-smelling monster.

 

 

13. Takasugi Shinsuke (Gintama)

 

Takasugi Shinsuke (Gintama)

 

Takasugi Shinsuke was the head of the Kiheitai, a radical Joui group that was on the run. Before Utsuro appeared, he served as the main opponent in Gintama and eventually turned into Gintoki's ally once more.

 

Takasugi's persistence and genuine desire to end the world define him. Because of his charisma, all of his soldiers voluntarily put their trust in him and help him achieve his goals.

 

Takasugi is said to be slightly unstable and deranged despite his men's assurances to the contrary, and he is aware of this.

 

He is motivated by resentment and guilt, which are evident in all of his deeds. His loss of his mentor Yoshida Shouyou is largely to blame for his resentment.

 

 

12. Shanks (One Piece)

 

Shanks (One Piece)

 

Red-Haired, the leader of the Red Hair Pirates and one of the Emperors who can control the New World, is also known as "Red Hair." 

 

When he was a young child, Shanks had been sailing with the Roger Pirates and continued till his youth. He started his pirate career on their ship as an intern and then a colleague with Buggy before taking his own crew after Roger's demise.

 

Shanks is a laid-back guy who gives more importance to taking his time and enjoying himself while traveling the world with a team but not at all racing from one place or city to another.

 

This was already the case when he was not an adult, quite young when his fellow Buggy was grouchy and shown opportunistic, but Shanks was always playful and innocent.

 

 

11. Yasutora Sado (Bleach)

 

Yasutora Sado (Bleach)

 

Chad, also known as Yasutora Sado, is a Human that resides in Karakura Town. He competes in televised fights as a professional boxer.

 

He attended Karakura High School with Ichigo Kurosaki as a classmate. Sado is a quiet individual who occasionally becomes the target of jokes or bullies since he never defends himself.

 

Nevertheless, he receives the same treatment from his buddies in Karakura. Small creatures and Kon's cuddly form are only two examples of the cute things that Sado enjoys.

 

Sado is incredibly smart; out of 322 students at Karakura High School, he came in at number 11. Sado is a highly devoted individual. His close friend Ichigo in particular, who he values greatly, can count on his loyalty.

 

 

10. Kawaki (Boruto)

 

Kawaki (Naruto)

 

Kawaki is a genin who Kara nurtured to serve as Isshiki Ōtsutsuki’s future vessel and the key to granting their ultimate wish.

 

He is taken in by Naruto Uzumaki after Team 7 brings him to Konohagakure and adopts him as his own.

 

In the end, he grows close to his new family, especially Boruto, as they work together to unravel the Kāma’s mystery.

 

Kawaki is portrayed as being angry and crude against individuals he disapproves of or opposes, which is likely a result of his difficult upbringing.

 

He was also not wholly uncaring, despite his efforts to remove himself from other people. Kawaki is renowned for harboring resentments, especially toward Kara, and for becoming extremely vigilant while squaring off against other group members.

 

 

9. Trunks (Dragon Ball)

 

Trunks (Dragon Ball)

 

As the firstborn and only son of Vegeta and Bulma and the older brother of Bulla, Trunks is a Saiyan/Human hybrid.

 

Trunks are depicted as being quite cocky, frugal, and mischievous as a young child during the Majin Buu arc.

 

This is likely because this Trunks grew up with his father Vegeta and enjoyed the comforts of peace, whereas Future Trunks grew up without Future Vegeta and in a post-apocalyptic world, making him much more serious and cautious.

 

Trunks subsequently take on a personality resembling that of his future counterpart. He behaves exactly like his father did both during and between his engagements at the WMAT, remaining composed against his foes.

 

 

8. Yoshihiro Shimazu (Sengoku Basara)

 

Yoshihiro Shimazu (Sengoku Basara)

 

According to certain estimates, Yoshihiro Shimazu is the sixteenth Shimazu clan chief. During Hideyoshi's effort to invade Korea, he gained the moniker "Devil Shimazu" for being a ruthless warrior who takes risks.

 

Yoshihiro is the second son in his family line; Toshihisa and Iehisa are his younger siblings, while Yoshihisa is his older brother.

 

Toyohisa is his illustrious nephew. Yoshihiro is a fearless veteran who loves to battle against insurmountable odds and is proud of his "devil" moniker.

 

He sees death as the only outcome of the battle and believes that it is a necessary tool of the age.

 

He, therefore, tries to be happy while at war, fighting against gravity in the hope of glory.

 

 

7. Madara Uchiha (Naruto)

 

Madara Uchiha (Naruto)

 

One of the key foes in the Naruto manga and anime series is Madara Uchiha. He is the co-founder of the town of Konohagakure (the Village Hidden in the Leaves) and its first Rogue Ninja.

 

Despite being presumed dead, Madara lived and had plans to elevate Obito Uchiha to the position of godly leadership over the ninja community.

 

After Madara passed away, Obito assumed his identity and served as his substitute, carrying out his goals without him.

 

He eventually comes back to life as an unkillable zombie ninja and fights in the Fourth Great Ninja War, where his strategy is successful.

 

 

6. Kishou Arima (Tokyo Ghoul)

 

Kishou Arima (Tokyo Ghoul)

 

The CCG's Reaper, Kishou Arima, was a Special Class Ghoul Investigator. He was a well-known individual within the company and was highly esteemed for his intelligence.

 

He appears as a teenager alongside Taishi Fura in the prequel spin-off Tokyo Ghoul: Jack. During his eighteen years as an investigator, he amassed a remarkable list of accomplishments, from commanding the esteemed S3 Squad to single-handedly reversing the course of significant operations.

 

His deadly combat prowess earned him numerous nicknames, among them the White Reaper. Arima was, however, secretly supporting ghouls as the enigmatic One-Eyed King.

 

Arima was demonstrated to have a highly calm disposition; he maintained his composure even when confronted with the terrifying One-Eyed Owl or multiple ghouls.

 

 

5. Roronoa Zoro (One Piece)

 

Roronoa Zoro (One Piece)

 

Also known as "Pirate Hunter'' Zoro, Roronoa is one of the Straw Hat Pirates' two swordsmen and one of the 9 Senior Officers of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet who engaged in combat most of the time.

 

Being a second member of Luffy's crew and the one who first joined it, Zoro does so in the Romance Dawn Arc.

 

He was formerly a great hunter. Zoro is also one of the three strongest fighters in the Straw Hats, and the whole series, along with Sanji and Luffy, and also a master of the Three Sword Style.

 

Coming to Three Sword Style, is a swordsmanship technique he got while learning to use a sword in the village of Shimotsuki as a young kid.

 

Zoro is one of the twelve pirates who got the title of "Worst Generation", along with being infamous for being the Straw Hats and again a bounty hunter.

 

 

4. Eren Yeager (Attack on Titan)

 

Eren Jaeger (Attack on Titan)

 

Eren is a character who became a bad boy not because of his personality but because of what people pushed him to do it.

 

It can be seen through his dialogue where he expressed, “If people knew it would come to this, nobody would go to war."

 

But most people are pushed by something, forced to march into hell. That 'something' wasn't their choice." The dialogue also continues, "Their situation or others made them do it. But people who push their backs see a different kind of hell. They can see something beyond hell. It might be hope."  "It may even be another hell. Only those who keep moving forward will ever know,” said Eren in the series.

 

 

3. Shinya Kogami (Psycho-Pass)

 

Shinya Kogami (Psycho-Pass)

 

Shinya Kogami works as a tactical advisor for the Foreign Affairs Operations Department's Suppressing Action Department. Before this, he travels to Southeast Asia as a mercenary, aiding oppressed populations in distant nations like Shambala Float in regaining their independence.

 

Before his sojourn, he served as an Inspector in Division 01 of the Public Safety Bureau's Criminal Investigation Department until the Specimen Case, after which he served as an Enforcer until his illegal activities against Shogo Makishima and his departure from the PSB sent him into exile.

 

Kogami is a talented detective, and Division 01—his original assignment—has benefited greatly from his ability to crack cases swiftly.

 

 

2. Sōsuke Aizen (Bleach)

 

Sōsuke Aizen (Bleach)

 

The main antagonist of most episodes of the anime series Bleach is Sōsuke Aizen, who also plays a supporting role in the series' final arc when he aids Ichigo in stopping Yhwach.

 

Shinji Hirako, Tōshirō Hitsugaya, Sajin Komamura, Baraggan Louisenbairn, and Gin Ichimaru are all his arch-enemies. Aizen rarely displays any symptoms of alarm and is entirely cool and composed.

 

He also has a highly pleasant and knowledgeable demeanor. He frequently makes small conversation with his adversaries to enrage them.

 

Aizen thinks of lengthy and intricate plans and will stop at nothing to see them through.

 

 

1. Rin Matsuoka (Free!!)

 

Rin Matsuoka (Free!!)

 

One of the main characters in the Kouji Ohji light novel High-Speed! and the anime series Free! is Rin Matsuoka.

 

He competes for the Samezuka Swimming Club in the freestyle and butterfly strokes. Following Seijuro Mikoshiba's graduation from Samezuka Academy, he is appointed squad captain.

 

Rin is now working with a competent coach, Mikhail Makarovich Nitori, and has earned the right to compete internationally at the All-Japan Invitational.

 

He is presently pursuing professional competitions on the international scene to swim in the Olympics. He exhibits strong collaboration, love, and competitiveness in swimming.

 

His views on swimming have radically changed over the years, and he no longer gives much thought to the relay trophy he earned in elementary school.

 

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