While the season's most anticipated series are action-packed shonen titles, a few romance series manage to tug on the viewers' heartstrings.
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.
Anime protagonists are usually kindhearted and cheerful, but not always; some are so scary that they terrify other characters and viewers alike.
The shoujo demographic has spawned wonderful series like Fruits Basket and NANA, but there are plenty of gorgeous manga deserving of recognition.
Whether their powers are already like stands or their personalities would fit in well, some characters are suited for Jojo's Bizarre Adventure.
Some notable seinen anime avoid cliché happily-ever-afters and live up to the no rainbows and butterflies reputation.
Shojo love interests are more than just plot fillers, some of them could even go head to head with shonen anime's strongest heroes.
Whether these characters are zombies, skeletons, or something in between, they all share the same ability to win over even the most scaredy-cats.
While it's expected that anime heroes should eventually overcome their villainous counterparts, some villains are just too powerful or clever.
Joy might not be the first thing that fans would expect when opponents fight one another, but these anime characters fight with a smile.
Though their evil deeds are enough to make fans shiver, an anime villain's laugh can send a chill down their spine.
Zombie Land Saga is a show about singing pop stars from years past - who are also zombies. Here's why it's the perfect anime for Halloween 2021.
There is a lot of potential with anime prequels, but they can also rob the main series of its mystique or make it more confusing.
Awesome villains are vital for any anime series, but having too many of them can be a real headache.
While he is most known for Dragon Ball, legendary author Akira Toriyama also wrote the adorable Cowa! Here's what the story is all about.
These anime characters made grand entrances that made a lasting impression on fans.
Though they may have had the best intentions, some anime ani-heroes can't come back from the horrible things they did.
2016's Train to Busan did zombie horror at a breakneck pace, but Horror Express crafted an even more terrifying train experience 44 years prior.