Almost every credit for the success of an anime series is given to the main protagonists. Although it’s true that anime characters like Naruto, Son Goku, and Monkey D Luffy gather the most fans because of their lovable appearance and unique personality, it can’t be argued that their villain counterparts play a huge role in molding them into the characters we all enjoy to watch. Can you imagine Naruto without Pain and Uchiha Madara? Will he become the strong and competent Hokage he is now if they were not there to test his limits? The best protagonist can’t exist without an equally good antagonist. And the best anime antagonists deserve all the praise they can get for playing a crucial role in the success of the anime series they came from. The anime villains featured below are the best I’ve found after being an anime fan for more than aRead More »Top 10 Anime Villains We All Love to Hate
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It’s always awesome to know that someone famous looks just like you. It can take anyone’s pride up by several notches in an instant. What about if your looks resembles an anime character? Would you react the same way? As we all know, anime characters come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and colors. Some are designed to look as pretty as princesses from bedtime stories while others have bodies and faces that can only be described as out of this world. In the end, whether being an anime look-alike is a compliment or an insult will depend on the character you are being compared to. How about famous international celebrities? Would they be offended? Here’s a list of the most mind blowing anime in real life that can help you come up with a reasonable answer. Eminem & God Eneru of One Piece The Slim Shady himselfRead More »Top 10 Mind Blowing Anime in Real Life You’ve Got to See to Believe!
Long hair is often incorporated with power. It dates back from the legend of Samson and Delilah to the current anime hero Son Goku. Things changed when bald anime characters became popular due to Saitama. These famous imaginary pop culture characters suggest that you’re expected to have greater power the longer your hair is. But in reality, having a fancy long hair is a huge disadvantage in a fight. Your enemy can easy pull it and gain control over your upper body. Long hair can also block your view and they easily strangle greatly hindering your mobility. Despite these truths about having long hair, why do we lack famous anime boys with short hair or bald heads? It’s clear that if not for the recent appearance of Saitama, bald anime would have been easily left less represented. If you curious whether Saitama is alone as a strong anime character then readRead More »List of Best Bald Anime Characters of All Time
Check out this list of best sports anime to watch if you are looking for sport-inspired anime shows in 2019. This list includes new anime titles so there’s a huge possibility that you’ve never heard of them before. So enjoy binge-watching these awesome anime related to sports and be inspired to be the best sportsman you can be! 1. Diamond no Ace: Act II (2019) Baseball Anime Season 2 continues the story of Eijun Sawamura, a southpaw baseball pitcher with an unusual pitching style. He still plays for the Seidou High School in West Tokyo. The ace of their team in season 2 is the rival of Eijun, Saturo Furuya. Thus, the whole story of this season is still Sawamura trying to come the ace someday. The team continues in its pursuit to get to the Nationals. The same as in the first season, the anime was still able toRead More »Best Sports Anime 2019 You Should Be Watching Now
Boxing is a popular sport world-wide. Countless fans across the globe are excited every time skillful and well-renowned boxers beat each other up with precise and powerful punches in the ring. Some of them are even willing to spend a crazy amount just to see it firsthand. With the established fame of boxing, it’s not surprising that a lot of mangaka and anime creators have tried harboring inspiration from this sport. Among hundreds of titles out there, none can match Hajime No Ippo. This might be a debatable claim especially for those who prefer old-school anime but every otaku will definitely agree that Hajime No Ippo perfectly captured the excitement and drama behind boxing.