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Top 45 Best Emo Anime Characters
Kay-Posted April 13, 2023
Emo anime characters add a flavour to the series that just can’t be replicated by happy-go-lucky characters. And that’s why there’s a different elegance to such characters. A great feature about these characters is that they are present in a ton of anime.
And there’s a good chance that they will be entertaining in your favourite anime as well. Therefore, to let you all get a proper idea of what beautiful emo characters are, I have created a list of the Top 45 Best Emo Anime Characters.
Make sure that you look at all of them and appreciate all of them I hope you enjoy it.
45. Akeno Himejima (High School DxD)
Akeno Himejima, a character from High School DxD, is the daughter of a Fallen Angel Cadre and a descendant of the Himejima Clan. Following her mother's passing, Rias Gremory, her best friend, became her Queen.
Akeno is one of the Two Great Ladies of Kuoh Academy and one of Issei's future brides. She has a curvaceous body, long black hair, and violet eyes. In combat, she can be cruel and unyielding, yet she also possesses a tender and emotional side in matters of the heart.
Although Akeno initially resented her Fallen Angel heritage, she reconciled with her father with the assistance of Issei. She desires to deepen her bond with Issei, whom she adores and takes pleasure in teasing both him and Rias.
44. Rukia Kuchiki (Bleach)
In Bleach, Rukia Kuchiki holds the position of captain for the 13th Division, having previously served as a lieutenant under Captain Jūshirō Ukitake. She is also the adopted sister of Byakuya Kuchiki and a close friend of Ichigo Kurosaki.
Rukia is married to Renji Abarai, and as a Shinigami, she wears a standard shihakushō. Despite her graceful and modest personality, Rukia tends to keep her personal troubles hidden, even from her friends, due to her cool and aloof demeanour.
She enjoys climbing to high places and has a fondness for rabbit-themed items. Rukia's history includes being abandoned by her older sister Hisana and growing up independently before becoming a Shinigami alongside Renji.
43. Hei (Darker Than Black)
Hei is a human with Contractor powers who worked for several organizations, including as a mercenary and gained the nickname "Black Reaper" due to his exceptional abilities. He was a loving older brother who cared for his sister Bai before she became a Contractor with matter-controlling powers, which caused her to be recruited into the Syndicate.
Hei struggles with the idea of killing his sister but continues to serve the Syndicate to be closer to her. When operating as a Contractor, Hei conceals his face with a mask and wears a bulletproof trench coat.
42. Lust (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
Lust is a Homunculus character from the anime and manga series Fullmetal Alchemist, representing the sin of lust of her creator, Father. She is depicted as a tall, attractive woman with wavy black hair, narrow mauve eyes, and a curvy figure.
Her sadistic personality is exhibited through her enjoyment of torturing her opponents. Lust has a close relationship with her partner, Gluttony, and is intelligent and patient. She possesses abilities such as immortality, immunity to contaminants, self-sustenance, enhanced physiology, rapid regeneration, and retractable sharp claws.
Her enhanced beauty is also used as a tool to manipulate others into fulfilling Father's goals.
41. Mikami Teru (Death Note)
After being chosen by Light Yagami, Teru Mikami becomes the Hand of Kira, a prosecutor who shares Kira's passion for punishing evil and follows his ideology. However, Mikami's strict, black-and-white sense of justice sets him apart from Light, as he is willing to kill anyone with a criminal record, even if they haven't committed any crime.
Mikami is notorious for adhering to a strict daily schedule, which Near and the SPK take advantage of to tamper with his notebook. Mikami suffers from a mental illness that causes him to recite "delete" every time he writes a name in his notebook.
In the end, Mikami loses his faith in Kira and commits suicide, with Matsuda suspecting that Near manipulated him.
40. Izumi Takanashi (Working!!)
Izumi Takanashi, the second sister in the Takanashi family, appears frail due to her daily confinement in her room and her rejection of technology, opting instead for fountain pens which leave ink stains on her clothing and face.
While writing is her passion, she often struggles with writer's block and deadlines, resulting in a cluttered and book-filled room. Izumi's weak constitution limits her ability to carry out household chores or carry anything heavier than a pen, and she relies heavily on her brother Souta for daily care and taxis as a primary means of transportation.
39. Arima Kousei (Your Lie In April)
Your Lie in April's main character is Kousei Arima, a piano prodigy and junior high school student who lost his hearing after his mother's death. Kousei has blue eyes and short black hair, and he is frequently seen wearing his school uniforms or casual clothes such as t-shirts and trousers.
He wears thick black-rimmed glasses and has a peaceful, obedient demeanour, often lost in thought. Despite his negative attitude, Kousei is a genuinely kind-hearted person who values his friendships. He admires Kaori Miyazono for her free-spirited character, and with her help, he regains his self-assurance and rekindles his passion for music.
38. Saeko Busujima (Highschool Of The Dead)
In Highschool of the Dead, Saeko Busujima is a skilled fighter and reliable member of the survivor group, known for her melee combat skills. She is the former captain of the Kendo Club and is considered one of the most dependable fighters in the group.
Her preferred weapon is a sword, which she uses to take down zombies. Thanks to her combat abilities, Saeko has helped the protagonists survive as far as they have. She is a well-liked character among fans of the series.
An amazing character who just so happens to be very emo in her attitude.
37. Otosaka Yuu (Charlotte)
Charlotte is an anime series featuring Yuu Otosaka as the protagonist, a first-year student with the ability to possess someone's body for five seconds. As the series progresses, it is revealed that he can also steal the abilities of the ability users he possesses.
Yuu has a younger sister, Ayumi, and an older brother, Shunsuke. He is mostly seen in his school uniform, consisting of a black jacket, white under-shirt, black pants, and brown shoes.
Yuu starts off as selfish and rude but evolves to become empathetic and compassionate towards others, especially his sister, as the show progresses. He is known as the One-Eyed Grim Reaper towards the end of the series.
Yuu has dark brown hair and maroon eyes.
36. Clare (Claymore)
Clare is the protagonist of "Claymore" and a female warrior called a Claymore in the Organization. She is unique because she voluntarily took the flesh and blood of another Claymore instead of a Yoma, making her 1/4 Yoma.
Although initially weak, she becomes one of the first partially Awakened Beings through hard work and help. Clare's body has scars from Yoma's abuse as a child, and she has blonde hair, gold eyes with slit pupils in her partially Awakened form, and is 170 cm tall with a dominant right arm. She is considered attractive.
35. Light Yagami (Death Note)
Light Yagami is the main character of the Death Note anime series. He is a hardworking and intelligent young man who comes across a Death Note, which he uses to eliminate criminals, becoming known as "Kira." Light is considered to be handsome and popular, with a strong sense of justice that becomes corrupted by the power of the Death Note.
He is determined to create a new world without injustice, populated only by honest and kind people, becoming the "God of the new world." Light is ruthless in the pursuit of his goals, willing to use any means necessary, and considers his actions to be sacrifices made to help the world.
34. Lucy (Elfen Lied)
Kaede, also known as Lucy or Nyu, is the protagonist and anti-hero of the anime Elfen Lied. She suffers from Dissociative Identity Disorder and has at least three personalities: Kaede/Lucy, the original personality, Nyu, and Lucy.
As a child, Kaede/Lucy was depressed and withdrawn, and after witnessing her dog's murder, she developed a deep hatred of humans. Her Diclonius instincts led her to kill humans and spread her genes to male humans to create more Diclonii.
After being shot and falling into the sea, Kaede awoke as Nyu, a childlike girl with no memories. Nyu was kind, sweet, and innocent, but had an intense sexual curiosity.
Her personality slowly matured, and she eventually merged with Lucy's personality. Although the voice of her Diclonius DNA guided Kaede, it did not control her.
33. Okazaki Tomoya (Clannad)
The protagonist of the anime series Clannad is Tomoya Okazaki, a 17-year-old high school student who harbours a strong dislike for his hometown because of negative experiences in his past.
His relationship with his alcoholic father is strained, and he has developed a cynical and distant personality. Despite his tough exterior and habit of skipping school, Tomoya is protective of his friends and cares deeply for them, especially Nagisa.
In the past, Tomoya was a basketball player but had to quit because his father caused him a permanent injury. Though he may exhibit delinquent behaviours, he is not a troublemaker but rather a tough fighter when the need arises.
32. Revy (Black Lagoon)
Rebecca Lee, also known as Revy or Two Hands, is a Chinese-American woman who is a protagonist in the Black Lagoon series. Her appearance includes burgundy hair, amber-brown eyes, and a tribal tattoo on her right arm.
Her typical outfit consists of a black tank top, short cut-off jeans, US military jungle boots, and black fingerless gloves. Revy is a nihilist who believes in using brute force and is known for her foul language, heavy smoking, and drinking.
Although she can be merciless, she has a humorous and witty side. Revy can be aggressive and has racial insensitivity, and she can kill anyone, including unarmed civilians.
31. Matsuyuki Atsumu (Anohana)
In the anime Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day, Atsumu Matsuyuki is a member of the Super Peace Busters and was friends with Jinta, Naruko, Chiriko, Tetsudō, and Meiko in childhood.
In the present, Atsumu resents Jinta and is still upset about Meiko's death, keeping a white sundress similar to hers in his closet. He is intelligent and excels in school, but he has a manipulative side driven by his feelings for Meiko and his childhood insecurities.
He confides in Naruko about their shared unrequited feelings for Jinta and Meiko. Meiko's letter to him praises his hard work and strength.
30. Kurapika (Hunter x Hunter)
Kurapika, a character in the anime/manga series Hunter x Hunter, is the last survivor of the Kurta Clan and a Blacklist Hunter seeking revenge for his clan and the recovery of the remaining Scarlet Eyes.
He is also the current leader of the organization founded by Light Nostrade and a member of the Zodiacs. Despite possessing vast knowledge, he is reticent and judgmental, keeping himself distant from others to remain focused on his goal.
His heart has been poisoned with sadness and hatred after losing everyone he loved at age twelve. Kurapika's anger towards those who insult his clan is uncontrollable, but he slowly learns to value his friendships and questions the legitimacy of his quest after experiencing the deep ties of the Phantom Troupe.
29. Jellal Fernandes (Fairy Tail)
Jellal Fernandes is a character from the anime/manga series Fairy Tail, who was initially a Dark Mage seeking to revive Zeref but now serves as a member and co-founder of Crime Sorcière.
Jellal is recognizable by his blue hair and a red tattoo under his right eye, and he is often seen wearing dark clothes, including a fighting suit designed for his Meteor Spell that shows his muscular body.
His personality changed after being manipulated by the supposed ghost of Zeref, leading to his obsession with building a new R-System and treating slaves better, which resulted in the loss of lives.
Later, he suffers from amnesia after being revived by Wendy Marvell.
28. Vegeta (Dragon Ball Z)
In the Dragon Ball series, Vegeta is a powerful warrior and prince of the fallen Saiyan race. Despite initially being portrayed as a cold-blooded killer, he later abandons his violent ways and fights alongside Earth's warriors to protect his family and surpass Goku.
Vegeta's character development is considered to be significant, as he progresses from being the main antagonist to an anti-heroic tritagonist in Dragon Ball Z and then becomes the main deuteragonist/secondary protagonist behind Goku in Dragon Ball Super.
He is popular enough for the audience to know him by his name.
27. Levi Ackerman (Attack On Titan)
Captain Levi, the leader of the Special Operations Squad in the Survey Corps, is widely known as humanity's strongest soldier. Despite his short stature, he has a muscular physique due to his extensive use of vertical manoeuvring equipment.
Levi is fastidious about cleanliness and has an aversion to filth. He can come across as cold and blunt, with a vulgar and dark sense of humour. However, he has a strong moral compass and empathizes with others.
Levi deeply cares about his subordinates' safety and values preserving human life. He only follows orders from individuals he respects and has an open disdain for those outside his circle of trust.
26. Homura Akemi (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)
Homura Akemi is a character in the anime and manga series Puella Magi Madoka Magica. She is a Magical Girl who appears emotionless and stoic, wearing a white coat, a black collared shirt, a dull light purple skirt with white ruffled trim, black tights with purple diamonds, and black heels.
Her demon form, Akuma Homura, is characterized by a black dress with a heart-shaped plunging neckline and feathers, thigh-high socks, black shoes with an anklet piece, and full-length gloves. Due to her experiences as a Magical Girl, Homura is intelligent, athletic, distant, and cold.
She cares for Madoka Kaname and protects her despite her cold attitude towards others. In the original timeline, Homura lacks confidence and is physically incapable of performing in P. E. class.
25. Ciel Phantomhive (Black Butler)
Earl Ciel Phantomhive is a teenage boy with a well-proportioned body who is the head of the Phantomhive family, the Queen's Watchdog, and an Aristocrat of Evil. He wears an eye patch to hide the location of his Faustian contract with his butler, Sebastian Michaelis.
Ciel is a shrewd boy who is a chess prodigy and visualizes chess moves to navigate through challenging situations. His main goal is to take revenge on those who harmed him and his family, and he is willing to sacrifice his soul to accomplish it.
He has loyal servants and is attentive to the needs of his loved ones. Ciel also owns the prosperous Funtom Corporation and possesses business acumen. He suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder due to his time as a slave in a cult.
24. Tomoko Kuroki (WataMote)
Tomoko, a high school student, hoped to be popular due to her vast experience in dating games but struggles to make friends in real life. She spends time with her younger brother and childhood friend, Yū Naruse, to improve her social status.
Although initially unsuccessful, Tomoko gradually gains some respect from her peers and makes new friends, including an underclasswoman and a secret admirer. However, her attempts to act "cool" often lead to awkward and embarrassing situations, and her social anxiety causes her to speak without a filter.
The story highlights the challenges of fitting in and making friends in high school, particularly for someone with social anxiety.
23. Ryuk (Death Note)
The Shinigami named Ryuk gets bored with his life in the Shinigami Realm, so he decides to drop a Death Note in the Human World to find something amusing to watch.
Light Yagami discovers the Death Note and uses it to eradicate evil and injustice, providing Ryuk with the entertainment he craves. Ryuk is distinct from other Shinigami because he actively seeks out activities to alleviate his boredom, and he takes pleasure in observing Light's experimentation with the notebook's rules and abilities.
Even though Ryuk finds Light intriguing, he does not care whether he lives or dies, and he only assists him if it benefits him.
22. Shinji Ikari (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
Shinji Ikari is the protagonist of the anime series, Neon Genesis Evangelion. As the Third Child, he was summoned to pilot Evangelion Unit-01 to fight against the Angels. He is initially hesitant to pilot the robot but eventually does so to earn approval from his father.
Shinji has been abandoned by his father and raised by his sensei, leading him to be introverted and disconnected from others. He wears headphones and listens to music to escape from the world.
He fears emotional pain and desires love and approval. He is willing to make sacrifices for others, even if it means risking his own life. Shinji has medium-length brown hair, grey-blue eyes, and is very thin.
21. Alucard (Hellsing Ultimate)
Kouta Hirano's Hellsing series features Alucard as the protagonist, who is the Hellsing Organization's most potent weapon and a vampire. Alucard's form is inconsistent, and he can appear in various forms, but he generally prefers a Victorian-style outfit, which includes a charcoal suit, leather boots, and a red frock overcoat.
He wears gloves engraved with the Hellsing seal that controls him. Alucard is a vicious fighter who enjoys mocking and belittling his adversaries. Despite being immortal and indestructible, Alucard still has some humanity left in him, and he is capable of showing affection towards his loved ones.
He is deeply melancholic and appears to envy humans. Alucard desires to fight a human opponent who can defeat him despite his strength.
20. Uta (Tokyo Ghoul)
Uta, an old friend of Renji Yomo and Itori, is a ghoul who sells masks at his HySy ArtMask Studio and is a member of the Clowns. He goes by the name No Face when dealing with CCG investigators.
Uta has numerous tattoos on his arms and a sun tattoo on his left pectoral area. His typical attire includes a grey tank top, black wrap sweater, harem pants, black sandals, and a black necklace with round, white gems.
Kaneki finds Uta's appearance somewhat frightening. Uta has different masks, including one that resembles a bird with a wide beak and another with concentric ovals and a reticle-like symbol. Although he is part of the Clown group, he has yet to be seen wearing a clown mask.
19. Vinsmoke Sanji (One Piece)
Sanji, also known as "Black Leg," is a member of the Straw Hat Pirates and serves as their cook and one of the Senior Officers of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet.
He is the crew's fifth member and has disowned his family twice in his life. Sanji's goal is to discover the legendary chef's paradise, All Blue, where all four oceans meet.
He is recognized as one of the top three fighters of the Straw Hat crew and has an insane bounty on his head after the Raid on Onigashima. Despite having given up his family name, Vinsmoke, the World Government still includes it on his wanted poster.
18. Mei Misaki (Another)
Mei Misaki is a character from "Another". She was born a twin, but her mother gave her away to her sister due to financial problems. Mei's left eye is prosthetic, and she has a gloomy and withdrawn personality.
Despite her disposition, Mei develops feelings for the protagonist of the novel, Kouichi Sakakibara. Mei is part of the art club and dislikes cell phones. She enjoys drawing and is interested in the conjoined dolls in her grandmother's shop.
Mei has a unique outlook on life and believes that everyone is ultimately alone, regardless of how many bonds they may have. She was devastated by the death of her twin sister, Misaki Fujioka, who died of leukaemia brought on by the curse.
17. Crona (Soul Eater)
Crona is a skilled master of the demon sword and was born to Medusa Gorgon. They are the partner of the demon sword Ragnarok and were raised to become Kishin, although they have reserved and negative personalities due to the mistreatment they endured from both Medusa and Ragnarok.
Crona has a disturbed mindset and exhibits signs of madness and hostility. However, after joining the DWMA and encountering Maka, they start to exhibit more favourable qualities and feel compelled to safeguard her.
Crona displays some peculiarities, such as assigning names to different parts of rooms and repeatedly reminding others about the presence of Black Blood during combat.
16. Lelouch Lamperouge (Code Geass)
Lelouch vi Britannia, the protagonist of "Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion," was once the Eleventh Prince of the Holy Britannian Empire before being exiled and adopting the name Lelouch Lamperouge.
As the leader and founder of The Black Knights and the alter-ego Zero, Lelouch fought against the empire. The character was a fan favourite, earning him the title of the most popular male character in Animage magazine's Anime Grand Prix for three consecutive years.
Additionally, his Japanese voice actor, Jun Fukuyama, won the "Best Actor in a Leading Role" award at the first Seiyū Awards in 2007.
15. Madara Uchiha (Naruto)
Madara Uchiha was the prominent leader of the Uchiha Clan who founded Konohagakure along with his childhood friend and rival, Hashirama Senju, to establish a period of peace. However, they could not agree on the approach, resulting in a struggle for authority over the village that resulted in Madara's demise.
Despite this, Madara simulated his death and proceeded with his plans covertly, eventually entrusting his knowledge and concepts to Obito before his actual death. Although Madara was revived later on, his plans failed, and he eventually recognized his errors, reconciling with Hashirama before his final demise.
14. Nagato (Naruto)
Akatsuki, a group formed by Nagato, a shinobi from Amegakure and a member of the Uzumaki clan, aimed to bring peace to the violent world of shinobi. Along with Yahiko and Konan, they began their mission until Yahiko's death.
Nagato assumed the identity of Pain and became the leader of a new Akatsuki that would use any means necessary to enforce peace. Nagato was implanted with Madara Uchiha's Rinnegan as a child and used it to avenge his parents, who were killed by Konoha ninjas.
Jiraiya taught Nagato and his friend ninjutsu, and Nagato later believed he was the reincarnation of the Sage of Six Paths and could create a world of peace.
13. Zero Kiryu (Vampire Knight)
Zero Kiryu, the twin brother of Ichiru Kiryu, is an ex-human vampire and a vampire hunter. He is known for his short straight silver hair, lavender eyes, and snowy-white skin.
He is often seen wearing his school uniform in an unconventional way with his vest and red tie exposed under his black jacket. He is Yuki Kuran's partner and Ren Kiryu's father.
Despite his cold and hostile demeanour towards everyone except Yuki, he has a kind and gentle nature. Zero struggles with his urge to drink blood and his intense desire to eliminate vampires, particularly Purebloods.
As he matures, he becomes a father figure to Ai and a devoted partner to Yuki, despite his animosity towards Purebloods. Additionally, he has a special connection with the fiery horse, White Lily.
12. Itachi Uchiha (Naruto)
Itachi Uchiha was a member of Konohagakure's Uchiha clan and served as an Anbu Captain. He became an international criminal after murdering his entire clan, sparing only his younger brother, Sasuke, and joining the criminal organization Akatsuki, frequently coming into conflict with Konoha and Sasuke, who sought to avenge their clan by killing Itachi.
Following his death, it was revealed that Itachi's motives were more complicated than they seemed and that his actions were only ever in the interest of his brother and village, making him a loyal shinobi of Konohagakure to the end.
11. Ulquiorra Cifer (Bleach)
Ulquiorra Cifer is the Cuatro Espada in Aizen's Arrancar army, with a melancholic appearance, cold and callous personality, and a strange habit of stabbing victims he is interested in with his bare hand in the same location as his Hollow hole.
Despite his demanding nature, he remains in control of his actions and holds himself with decent dignity. He treats anyone he does not find interesting as expendable and refers to human emotions as the "heart," which he believes does not exist.
During his final battle with Ichigo, he completely overwhelms the Substitute Shinigami after entering his Resurrección but does not seem to comprehend the trait of fighting against all odds. After being defeated by Ichigo's Hollow form, he demands that Ichigo kill him and compliments him for his lack of mercy.
10. Rei Ayanami (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
Rei Ayanami is a character in the Neon Genesis Evangelion franchise, the First Child and pilot of Evangelion Unit-00. Initially, her stoic personality puzzles her peers, but as the series progresses, she becomes more involved with those around her.
Her mysterious origins tie into the story's resolution, making her role at The End of Evangelion one of the principal plot points. Rei has short, pale blue hair with centred bangs and red eyes.
Her origin and heritage are unknown, but it's implied that she was created from the "salvaged remains" of Yui Ikari, absorbed into Unit-01 in 2004. Rei spends unknown lengths of time in an LCL-filled tube beneath a structure resembling a giant brain in the Dummy System room.
9. L Lawliet (Death Note)
L, a renowned detective, develops suspicions about Light Yagami and endeavours to prove that he is the notorious mass murderer known as Kira. L is highly intelligent but keeps to himself and interacts with the outside world exclusively through his assistant, Watari.
His approach is methodical and analytical, as he meticulously scrutinizes every piece of information he receives. L has several peculiar habits, including sitting in an unconventional manner and abstaining from wearing shoes or socks.
Additionally, he possesses a dry sense of humour and employs deception to apprehend criminals. Despite his idiosyncrasies, L is a proficient athlete and martial artist who has a preference for sugary foods and holding objects using only his thumb and index finger.
8. Mikasa Ackerman (Attack On Titan)
Mikasa Ackerman, a central character in the Attack on Titan anime series, has a mixed heritage and boasts features such as grey eyes, pale skin, and short black hair. Her backstory involves losing her parents to human traffickers, and she was later saved by Eren Yeager.
As a result, she dedicated her life to protecting him and joined the Survey Corps. Mikasa's exceptional soldier skills have earned her the title of the best soldier in the 104th Training Corps and an officer in the Corps.
She is emotionally reserved but fiercely protective of her loved ones, which motivates her to take risks to keep them safe.
7. Rin Okumura (Blue Exorcist)
Rin Okumura is the son of Satan and the main character in Blue Exorcist, he aims to become a Knight Meister to defeat his father. As an Exwire studying at True Cross Academy, Rin possesses physical traits that suggest his demonic nature, including prominent canine teeth and a furry black tail.
In his full demon form, he has pale blue hair, fully red eyes, and two bumps on his forehead that resemble growing horns. Rin is a compassionate and supportive person, but his impulsive and carefree nature makes it difficult for him to be taken seriously by his twin brother, Yukio, and other exorcists.
6. Touka Kirishima (Tokyo Ghoul)
Touka Kirishima is a powerful ghoul who plays a significant role in the Tokyo Ghoul series, eventually becoming Kaneki's wife and the mother of his children. She wears a rabbit mask while hunting, initially working as a waitress at Anteiku before becoming the manager of: re coffee shop and joining Goat.
After the Defense of Tokyo, Touka and Kaneki live together with their children as both ghouls and humans strive to coexist peacefully. This character tried her level best to maintain activities throughout the series.
And that’s one of the many reasons why people love its emo nature.
5. Nana Osaki (Nana)
Nana Osaki is a popular punk band's lead vocalist known for her tough appearance, but kindhearted and loyal personality. She has overcome various struggles in her life, including abandonment and false accusations in high school, and strives to achieve success as a musician.
Nana has specific favourites such as Vivienne Westwood fashion, the Sex Pistols band, Seven Stars cigarettes, Asahi Super Dry beer, coffee with milk, and strawberry cake. She possesses a sarcastic attitude and a straightforward sense of humour, referring to herself as a sadist.
4. Zeref Dragneel (Fairy Tail)
Zeref Dragneel, known as the evilest mage in history, possesses extremely dangerous and powerful magic, and he founded and was the former Emperor of the Alvarez Empire. He is the older brother of Natsu Dragneel and the father of August.
Despite being centuries old, Zeref appears to be a young man, wearing red (or black in the anime) and tan robes with gold trim and a large, flowing white toga around his torso.
Although he prefers to be alone, Zeref is generally calm, honest, and conflicted. He demonstrates concern for others by warning them not to approach him, as they would perish if they did.
However, he is also shown to be vengeful, punishing those he deems to be evil.
3. Gaara (Naruto)
Gaara is a shinobi from Sunagakure who was feared by the villagers as a monster due to being a jinchūriki. He grew up alone and developed a hatred for the world, but after being defeated by Naruto Uzumaki, he starts to emulate him and becomes the Fifth Kazekage.
Gaara's new goal is to protect the village and its inhabitants, which gives him a sense of purpose and belonging. This makes him an amazing character for the story and everything that follows.
Gaara, due to his traumatic childhood, is an emo character. And that’s why he is present on our list.
2. Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto)
Sasuke Uchiha is a survivor of the Uchiha clan in Konohagakure, whose mission in life is to avenge his clan's murder by his brother, Itachi. As a ninja in Team 7, Sasuke competes with his rival, Naruto Uzumaki, to develop his skills.
Dissatisfied with his progress, he leaves Konoha to acquire the power necessary to take revenge, leading him down a path of irrationality and isolation that earns him the title of international criminal.
After learning the truth of Itachi's sacrifice and playing a key role in ending the Fourth Shinobi World War, Sasuke returns to Konoha and becomes known as the "Supporting Kage," dedicated to protecting the village and its inhabitants.
Naruto helps Sasuke redeem himself.
1. Kaneki Ken (Tokyo Ghoul)
Ken Kaneki is the main character in the Tokyo Ghoul series who underwent a drastic transformation after receiving a transplant of Rize Kamishiro's kakuhou, turning him into a one-eyed ghoul.
He learned how to live as a ghoul and joined Anteiku, a group that helped him find his place and gave him the name Eyepatch. After a personality change following his capture by Aogiri Tree, he formed a group to protect those he cared for and exterminate those who threatened his place of belonging.
After defeating Arima and Eto, he called himself the One-Eyed King and formed the organization Goat.
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