My Top 10 Male Anime Characters

by - Tuesday, September 25, 2018

I've been trying to introduce more anime content on my blog, so I thought I'd go over my top 10 male anime characters.

Rock Lee (Naruto Shippuden)
Always called a loser because he practically has no ninja skills aside from taijutsu, but Lee is a genius of hard work.

Gray Fullbuster (Fairy Tail)
The ironic thing about Gray is that even though his magic is Ice Make, he is pretty hot-headed.

Minato Namikaze (Naruto Shippuden)
The father of the titular character and Boruto's grandfather. Who else shed a single tear when Naruto and Minato had to say goodbye in Shippuden?

Iwabee Yuino (Boruto)
Iwabee was a repeater in the ninja academy because as good as his ninjutsu was, he refused to study. He finally passed after receiving a Talk no Jutsu from Boruto.

Adult Sasuke (Boruto) 
I'm not a fan of teenage Sasuke because of what a you-know-what he is. In Boruto, however, he seems to have calmed down and is less of a you-know-what, along with trying to foster a relationship with daughter Sarada.

Sting and Rogue (Fairy Tail)
You can't separate these two, but I love their teamwork and their Exceeds.

Metal Lee (Boruto)
Metal may get very nervous when he's in front of people, which causes him to freeze up, but he's quite skilled nonetheless.

Neji Hyuga (Naruto Shippuden)
From believing in destiny to believing in creating your own destiny, Neji has really changed a lot in Shippuden (also, may he rest in peace).

Byakuya Kuchiki (Bleach)
The cool guy. Never loses his head around anyone. Also has the second prettiest Zanpakutou (after Sode no Shirayuki).

Adult Suigetsu (Boruto)
Adult Suigetsu is less of a jerk than teen Suigetsu in Naruto Shippuden, but he still messes up from time to time. At least he's not evil anymore.

What are your favorite male anime characters?

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