While many spin-offs are thought to be mindless cash grabs, some anime franchises created unnecessary spin-offs that everyone loved.
Shojo love interests are more than just plot fillers, some of them could even go head to head with shonen anime's strongest heroes.
Though their evil deeds are enough to make fans shiver, an anime villain's laugh can send a chill down their spine.
Many anime shows targeted at kids have impactful, investing, critically acclaimed stories that adults can enjoy just as much as children, if not more.
Hero and villain roles aren't always black and white in One Piece, and many characters have saved the day as antiheroes.
Some anime dos are so cool, they’ve become just as iconic as the characters themselves.
Most isekai fans would agree it would be better to simply give new seasons to the good anime series rather than continue making more bad ones.
The seinen genre of anime has come to the rescue for adults who still like to see magic stories.
The creativity in Japanese anime has allowed the medium to reach bold new heights, but some anime visuals leave a lot to be desired.
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.
Power levels vary wildly between anime series, and some attacks that barely leave a scratch in one series could be deadly in another.
Many anime characters have shown that they'd be worthy of receiving a Cryo vision.
Plot twists are a great way to engage audiences and keep them interested in a series. Some anime have become infamous for their shocking plot twists.
Anime protagonists are usually kindhearted and cheerful, but not always; some are so scary that they terrify other characters and viewers alike.
Some anime characters look cool in black or stylish in red, while others look totally rad in bright green clothes or costumes instead.
Music has the power to bring people together, a power that is only amplified in anime and has been used to save the day many times.
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.
Though they may have had the best intentions, some anime ani-heroes can't come back from the horrible things they did.
Several Isekai anime have produced mediocre villains with bizarre or dull outfits.
Whether these characters are zombies, skeletons, or something in between, they all share the same ability to win over even the most scaredy-cats.