“Is hair gel just readily available in every anime show?” a wise man once asked.
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It’s important to remember that “man, a lot of characters have spiky hair don’t they?” in order to fully appreciate this question.
Let’s take a look at some of the best anime characters with spiky hair to help this young made-up philosopher with his research. Answering these vexing concerns will require the assistance of each and every one of us.
Anime: The Bizarre Adventures of JoJo
I’m not even going to mention which season he appeared in because I’ve always enjoyed seeing him.
Every time he defies death, I’m compelled to return to his over-the-top demeanor.
With his cockiness, his drive for revenge, and as a fashion icon he will always be a part of our list.
9. Naruto Uzumaki
Towel-tine: Naruto Shippuden
There isn’t much else to say about Naruto. Even if you don’t particularly care for his persona, he’s been around long enough that you can’t help but like him.
Because he’s a man who never quits. He also talks a lot about not giving up, which is understandable.
And he always manages to inspire you despite your better judgment.
As a result, anytime I see a playground swing, I burst out in tears. It’s as though the sky is filled with sadness and sorrow the moment one arrives.
8. Shouya Ishida
In the Silence of the Anime
There are times when a character is so beautifully written that they cease to be merely a character and must be loved. They’re no more than a two-dimensional representation of themselves.
Shouya was, to say the least, a jerk in the beginning. However, the truth is that all children are pricks. Your actions later on are what really determine your character.
Shouya, on the other hand, was truly committed to being a nice person.
It wasn’t always smooth sailing, and he had a few missteps along the road. But he eventually made it!
Adventures of Sinbad, Anime
Sinbad is my favorite character since he’s the ultimate power dream for me.
Do you desire to wield influence? A man who will blow up a mountain in order to make his enemy wear new pants? That’s quite the feat.
Why don’t you just be the foolish brute force character, then?
Sinbad, on the other hand, is a master of negotiation, globalization, and very likely fornication.
Seriously, how can he not be everyone’s lifelong fantasy?
Toon: Dragon Ball Z
To be clear, I’m referring to Cell Saga Gohan, because that’s the best Gohan, in my opinion.
In my opinion, all other forms of Gohan fall under the C-class category. He’s a pure S class in that one moment that every DBZ fan dreams about.
He became the show’s most well-known badass after being led down a road of pacifism and becoming a bookworm at the same time… I still get goosebumps thinking about it.
The Seven Deadly Sins in Anime
At first, I thought Ban would be a great character since he would be the recipient of a tsundere punch or anything like that.
But Ban’s love life and commitment to his pals, Meliodas in particular, made me fall in love with him. It’s all so amazing that I’ve come to respect and admire him more and more.
I mean, he still gets “killed” a lot so that the villains can show off their abilities. But for some reason, he struck me as the most relatable character.
Towel-tine: Naruto Shippuden
Because the Deva path has spiky hair, I accidentally listed Pain instead of Nagato.
Deva is what most people think of when they think of Pain, while Nagato is more of an additional piece of legend.
Because Pain was the first to leave Naruto speechless, he was a great player. The first to provide a legitimate explanation for his actions.
He also wiped out the entire village and killed some of the most important characters.
Naruto’s latest arc was the most suspenseful and enthralling we’ve ever seen.
Anime: Season 2 of One Punch Man
While I believe that One Punch Man’s first season was superior, Garou was instrumental in propelling season two to to heights I had not anticipated.
It was fascinating to watch him play the roles of protagonist, anti-hero, and villain at the same time.
Is he going to get rid of that jerk? The kid’s life is at stake. Is he going to join the ranks of the monsters? Is it safe to say that he’s over monsters? Is he descended from the Saiyans?
How on earth does he manage to keep his hair so well styled?
When I see this beautifully sculpted specimen, I’m flooded with questions.
2. Katsuki Bakugo
Boku no Hero Academia is an anime series.
Bakugo has always been my preference over Midoriya, despite the fact that this is a controversial opinion.
My enemies were many, but I think the new season and the examination of Bakugo’s character have given me many new allies. Certainly, he’s a self-obsessed egomaniac who revels in shaming others.
Despite this, he suffers from an odd combination of self-doubt, survivor’s guilt, and an impossible objective. And that’s something I can empathize with a lot more than being the hero Jesus.
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann is an anime series.
Kamina is a character about whom I will never stop talking.
“What if I max out my charisma tree and somehow persuade logic itself to make me a good fighter?” was the bold question of that man.
The bet he made paid off well, as he swiftly rose to prominence as one of the most endearing characters within and outside of his fictional world. Furthermore, he rose to become the unquestioned leader of an army that had been sent to retake the surface.
Pointy hair, pointed glasses, a strong preference for ladies, and powerful monologues are just some of the characteristics of this man.