From Reiner Braun in Attack on Titan to Code Geass' Lelouch Lamperouge, several anime villains have a lot on their plate.
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Anime magic users might be overshadowed by swordfighters, but the best spellcasters show they deserve to stand among the greatest anime has to offer.
Itachi is a bloody betrayer, a caring older brother, a prodigy, and a cool villain in the Akatsuki, and a few anime characters can relate to that.
While some anime villains work hard to achieve their evil goals, others are too lazy to put in the effort.
If Naruto Uzumaki wasn't in the picture, then the teenaged Hinata Hyuga could fall for one of these charming anime boys instead.
Saitama from One Punch Man can annihilate almost any foe with a single punch, but the powerhouses of anime and comic books are the exception.
A wonderful brother in anime will look after his sibling's emotional needs anytime or even fight to defend their siblings and friends.
Ravenclaws are known for their clever, resourceful ways, putting their intellect ahead of strength to solve problems.
These anime needed to be as long as they are for them to be any good.
Some anime villains are hundreds or thousands of years old, giving many of them a huge advantage in both planning their evil schemes and in battle.
Many powerful anime characters could easily fit into the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender. They feel more natural in Avatar than their own series.
The bond between an anime father and his child can show fans what they should appreciate about their own fathers.
Whether for their uncomfortable morality, or cruel intentions, some villains are so utterly detested that fans hate seeing them take screen time.
Some of the most iconic moments in anime are when the heroes finally arrive & step into the scene.
Fans can't help but feel bad for some anime villains, despite their evil actions.
There has been a lot of sad anime that have made even the most hardened of viewers burst out into tears, and these sad titles are mandatory viewing.
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