These terrible anime spin-offs that no one wanted prove that there can absolutely be too much of a good thing.
As a battle-scarred swordsman, the wandering mercenary Guts needs a shonen-style rival to keep his skills sharp.
Shonen is by far the most popular anime genre and there are many titles that seem overrated. Some of them are worth watching despite their reputation.
Whether audiences feel disappointed by their poor development or because of their questionable actions, these shonen leads sparked widespread debate.
Some anime deaths are haunting, and leave the audience forever changed by the character's captivating end.
Some notable seinen anime avoid cliché happily-ever-afters and live up to the no rainbows and butterflies reputation.
Some anime characters have the skills to emerge victorious from a battle royale.
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 it's expected that anime heroes should eventually overcome their villainous counterparts, some villains are just too powerful or clever.
Hairstyles say a lot about anime characters, and some of them choose to sport the classic bowl-cut.
If Naruto Uzumaki wasn't in the picture, then the teenaged Hinata Hyuga could fall for one of these charming anime boys instead.
From comedies to murder mysteries, some of the greatest anime feature animal protagonists who tackle all sorts of relatable situations.
While some anime fights excite viewers, others leave fans disappointed and frustrated.
Numerous anime twins are strong in a fight, regardless of if they have the deepest of relationships or the fiercest of rivalries.
While most Naruto characters were unsuccessful in preventing the Uchiha massacre, other anime characters would've had better luck.
The love of Naruto extends well beyond the small screen with the release of some of the coolest figures fans could add to their collections now.
Behind every powerful shonen hero, there is usually an even more powerful mentor responsible for guiding them on their journey.
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.