These anime characters have managed to master one of the most sophisticated instruments in the world, the piano.
Anime sidekicks are such a staple that many of the best characters aren't even human. Robots, spirits, and even gods can make for amazing friends.
Though shojo is a popular subgenre among anime fans, some series have issues viewers can't ignore.
Some of the most dramatic romance anime raise the stakes and keep fans interested.
Class 1-A is home to some of the coolest, most memorable student heroes U.A. High has ever seen.
These fin-tastic anime characters also deserve a chance to get their fins wet and make a splash in the spotlight.
Many isekai anime feature characters who have unique or compelling goals. Some of them dream so big that their journeys become grand adventures.
Many anime couples wouldn't thrive under real-life circumstances.
An anime character being in the right place at the right time is a common trope that helps to push the narrative forward.
Some comedy anime have played-out plotlines, yet they’re still able to transform tired ideas into comedic gold.
Franchise-based Lego sets range from Star Wars to LOTR, and anime fans would love to see their favorite series get their own Lego sets.
Shoto Todoroki has endured many hardships, but this talented boy also has plenty to be thankful for in his life.
In the world of anime, many fantastical modes of transportation would be a pleasure to ride.
From Reiner Braun in Attack on Titan to Code Geass' Lelouch Lamperouge, several anime villains have a lot on their plate.
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.
Like in real life, uncles in anime can be anything from the family oddball to a beloved mentor for their nieces and nephews.
Piccolo was just a reincarnation of his father at first, but as he grew, he became his own person.
Rin Nohara plays an important part in Naruto's story, so it's a shame that there's so little information about her. Fans want to know much more.
Shonen series can be full of stereotypes and predictable clichés. But, sometimes, even the most generic shows can grow into something greater.
Fans can't help but feel bad for some anime villains, despite their evil actions.