In both anime and real life, an outfit may tell you a great deal about a person’s personality.
There is one piece of clothing, however, that is being savagely underappreciated: hats.
For certain characters, wearing a hat is a no-brainer, but it’s not for everyone. So, without further ado, here are some of the anime writers who risked to give their characters such a magnificent cap.
10. Momoko Hyakushiki
The tsundere evolutionary tree has a new branch, and Momoko is it.
Even while BL stands for bald love in her instance, on the inside she’s a total spaz who goes berserk everytime Hajime even blinks at her.
In spite of this, she is unable to express her feelings and thoughts in a way that does not cause a panic in the surrounding area.
It’s enough to make even the ice-cold Hajima freak out whenever she summons him in for a chat.
I can tell you that being a warden sister is not an easy job.
9. Kyōhei Kadota
A Japanese anime series called Durarara!!
This guy appears to be the most well-dressed member of the Durarara crew.
The only thing Kyohei isn’t doing is snooping around, obsessing, or spiteful.
In fact, he does the opposite of what you might expect: he actively seeks to make a positive impact on the world.
But he doesn’t seem to mind it at all.
As someone who is never far away when you need him, he is more than capable of taking on most of the show’s tougher characters head on.
Kyohei, on the other hand, will go out for a drink with his former rival just moments afterwards.
Chad’s full force is here.
8. Portgas D. Ace
It’s One Piece!
As a matter of fact Ace, you lovely bastard, you.
When I think of Luffy, Ace constantly comes to mind, and I’m not just talking about the man’s beefiness.
You could never be sure what he would do or how far his powers would take him because of the aura he emitted.
Nonetheless, at the very least, he and his brother share a different type of a bottomless pit, that of their stomachs.
Those two can eat like champs.
But for the fact that someone broke my heart, I might have been content.
7. Mayuri Shiina
Steins;Gate is a popular anime series.
She’s just adorable. You just want to wrap her in a blanket and get her an Audible subscription or something.
Every time Mayuri said “tuturu,” it seemed as if a piece of melancholy had been sucked out of the air.
She was so concerned about Okabe’s mental well-being that anytime she actually felt that way, she would go out of her way to help him. In the blink of an eye, a single tear would spring to the surface.
Is it possible that I’m overselling her?
When you look at her exquisite cap and deep eyes, ask that question again.
6. Hiruzen Sarutobi
Naruto is a popular anime series.
The fact that Hiruzen was a pretty badass old person, despite my skepticism about him being one of the strongest ever ninjas, cannot be denied.
As a father figure, he was respected by everyone in the hamlet. And he seemed to care deeply about his people, even in the face of difficult decisions.
You rarely see him without his trademark Hokage hat because he was so obsessed with being the perfect Hokage.
Plus, his battle with Orochimaru was epic, as we all know. No matter how boring the second half was because everyone was simply standing about.
5. Firo Prochainezo
Baccano is a Japanese animated series.
There are those personalities, like Firo, who set the bar too high for the rest of us to reach.
Four men, one of them was armed with a knife, were unable to even knock his hat to the ground as he was fighting them.
Ennis, the best girl who isn’t Miria, has he ever been spotted with?
He glides right through her ice-cold exterior like a hot knife through butter.
And to top it all off, he comes from a well-known and well-connected family. What hope does anyone have to overcome such odds?
4. Mister Compress
My Hero Academia is an anime series.
Mister Compress is one of the best villains, despite the fact that he’s sometimes overlooked.
At times, it feels like his power is so great that he can just one-shot anyone. Moreover, he’s a formidable warrior.
He has the ability to deceive his adversaries and even make a show of someone else’s suffering.
His best achievement has not yet been brought to life. I think this top-hat-wearing magician deserves a shoutout even without that.
Cartoons: The Dragon Maid of Miss Kobayashi
Okay, so I’ve decided to join the church of Lucoa once again.
I’m fine with the fact that she was ejected out of the party because of the incident involving the liquor.
Lucoa’s demeanor is so calm back that one wonders if she’s ever been stressed out. So, she became a servant to a demon-worshipping kid merely because she was intrigued about the rite.
Readers who are well-educated will be able to find another strong aspect about this individual.
2. Monkey D. Luffy
It’s One Piece!
As much as I want to think of myself as a fan of Ace, I can’t help but include Luffy in my top 10.
Luffy, like every other well-known shounen hero, is a loser who never knows when to give up. As long as he’s coughing up his left lung, there’s no stopping him from protecting his nakamas.
So, you can’t help but get goosebumps from all the badassery that is about to take place when he goes serious (punching a Celestial Dragon in the face serious).
1. Joutarou Kuujou
Cartoon: The Stardust Crusaders of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure!
Only young Joseph has the raw badass appeal that makes Kuujou one of my favorite JoJo characters.
Every time I see him, he’s calm and composed as ever, and he regularly comes up with schemes that are so far outside the box, that he appears startled by them.
And he’s never exhibited any genuine signs of weakness, and he’s always stood his ground. He’s the embodiment of sex appeal, confidence, and testosterone.
Since his hat is torn in half, I’ll let it pass this time.