Awesome villains are vital for any anime series, but having too many of them can be a real headache.
Plenty of anime series are perfect for a new, popular challenge: the Try Not To Cry Challenge.
There were times when North America never saw a version of the series, with the dub only being released overseas.
It's always difficult for an anime's ending to please everyone, but some series finales are so controversial that they have gone down in infamy.
Age is only a number in anime, and some of the genre's greatest characters have made it to triple digits and beyond.
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Some '90s anime have cemented themselves as beloved classics, though it's a wonder how they ended up that way.
Zenitsu might be one of the most annoying Demon Slayer characters but he's also the most relatable.
A wonderful brother in anime will look after his sibling's emotional needs anytime or even fight to defend their siblings and friends.
Anime that focus purely on comedy tend to be underrated, but they still deserve their place in the spotlight. Some of them even need a second season.
There is much debate about love triangles in shonen anime, but fans cannot get enough of their favorite complicated romances.
Naruto is a beloved franchise that's lasted for decades. These bingeable webtoons will satisfy any Naruto fans looking for similar content.
There are some aspects of the Dragon Ball manga that have thankfully been left out of the television adaptation.
The legacy of manga authors and artists who have passed away remains in the hands of the fans who love their work.
The One Piece may be difficult to find, but many anime characters could discover it pretty easily.
Throughout Naruto, Kakashi Hatake has aided the protagonist through many hard times.
Outside the world of One Piece, there are plenty of anime girls who Sanji would be more than happy to cook for.
Subplots are important components of storytelling. If given enough time, subplots can enhance a story, but sometimes they also weigh the story down.
Joy might not be the first thing that fans would expect when opponents fight one another, but these anime characters fight with a smile.
While some villains are undeniably cool, many others are too embarrassing to watch. Viewers can't help but cringe watching these villains.