From Reiner Braun in Attack on Titan to Code Geass' Lelouch Lamperouge, several anime villains have a lot on their plate.
In the world of anime, many fantastical modes of transportation would be a pleasure to ride.
The X-Men's most vicious fighter, Wolverine, once actually became a knight in an alternate world of sword and sorcery.
Shojo love interests are more than just plot fillers, some of them could even go head to head with shonen anime's strongest heroes.
Truck-kun has isekai'd anime characters into new lives for decades. With a reputation as extensive as his, Truck-kun has many memorable moments.
Signature moves are a staple for many anime characters. They're often used as a trump card, but some signature moves aren't very strong at all.
The bond between an anime father and his child can show fans what they should appreciate about their own fathers.
Dragon Ball serves as many a great introduction to the medium. These are the logical next choice for after you finish the series.
While Rick and Morty are skilled at problem-solving, they might be in a real pickle if they visit the worlds of anime and characters like Goku.
Many anime characters have shown that they'd be worthy of receiving a Cryo vision.
While some anime fights excite viewers, others leave fans disappointed and frustrated.
These terrible anime spin-offs that no one wanted prove that there can absolutely be too much of a good thing.
Many characters use fire in anime, which means they would translate well into the Pokémon universe and could make formidable Fire-Type Gym Leaders.
While most Naruto characters were unsuccessful in preventing the Uchiha massacre, other anime characters would've had better luck.
Isekai heroes always need to look their best, and these isekai protagonists all have practical, stylish outfits anyone would want to cosplay.