When you think of an anime character with a black female lead, who comes to mind?
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To be honest, I’m shocked you can come up with even one or two examples. Because there are so few of them.
Since there are only a “few” foreigners in Japan, it is mostly a Japanese country. People of several ethnicities, for example.
There are, however, a number of black female characters I’d want to point out in particular.
Share your opinions in the comments section if you have any!
1. Yoruichi Shihoin (Bleach)
There is no need to introduce Yoruichi. If you’re unfamiliar, she’s one of several characters from the manga and anime series Bleach.
Yoruichi’s status as one of the few black female characters is noteworthy.
It’s impossible to deny the importance of her involvement in Bleach.
I think she’s one of my favorites.
Iris, a Pokemon from the Unova region, is a sweet and lively individual.
The legendary Pokemon, Reshiram and Kyurem, are found in Unova.
If you’ve ever played Pokemon Black and White, that’s another option!
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3. Hilda (Eureka Seven)
In Eureka Seven, Hilda serves as a helpful member of the cast. It’s a mecha series with a focus on mystery and biblical teachings.
A touch dictatorial, she’s not the kind of woman to put up with nonsense from anyone.
She’s one of the first to speak out if she doesn’t like anything. And is, at her core, a strong black female figure.
4. Sister Krone (The Promised Neverland)
Halfway through the series, a character named Sister Krone appears.
When she first appears, she is depicted as “the adversary.” She is actually a supporting character.
Intense circumstances appear to be a natural fit for her, as she is strong, agile, and capable of chasing down the children.
Black women’s hairstyles are iconic.
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5. Caldina (Magic Knight Rayearth)
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In the old school series, Magic Knight Rayearth, Caldina is one of the many characters.
In the “dubbed” version of the series, she has a distinct voice.
As a whole, Rayearth’s protagonist is one of the more intriguing characters in the series.
This portrayal of her is excellent.
6. Carole Stanley (Carole Tuesday)
A central character in Carole Tuesday is Carole Stanley.
This year’s most popular anime series, according to critics and fans alike.
She’s got the natural look of a black person in anime down pat, from head to toe.
Try it out if you’re a fan of Your Lie in April-style animation!
7. Gidget (Eureka Seven)
In Eureka Seven, Gidget comes across as a bit of a blunderbuss. In addition, her screen time isn’t as extensive as that of other characters.
It’s a pity. She’s still a welcome complement to the show’s lighter moments and episodes, though.
Gidget has a great sense of style and is always dressed to impress. This anime character has the nicest outfits by a long shot. As long as it doesn’t detract from the story’s Mecha or military theme.
8. Urd (Oh My Goddess)
Oh My Goddess features a character named Urd.
Bell-older dandy’s sister, she is the protagonist’s protagonist. And, as a sister, she’s always on her guard for her.
Urd is an intriguing figure because of his wealth of knowledge, shrewdness, and wit.
Her snarky and often antagonizing behaviors, which initially appear to be negative, always end up being good.
9. Mila Rose (Bleach)
It is later in Bleach when Mila Rose appears as a supporting character. As a part of “Espadrille!”
Mila is a formidable opponent who can put the squeeze on even the most senior of soul reapers.
Despite her Bleach-esque appearance (wink wink), her striking black features stand out. Clearly audible.
10. Nadia (Nadia: The Secret Of The Blue Water)
The anime Nadia The Secret Of The Blue Water centers on Nadia, the titular protagonist.
When it comes to jewelry, she’s one of those girls who just can’t get enough of it. And, of course, she’s still a teen, so things and other people irritate her easily.
In social situations, she’s inept and her stubbornness only makes matters worse.
When it comes to her health and the things she eats, she is quite strict.
11. Rei Houourmaru (Kill La Kill)
In Kill La Kill, Rei serves as Ragy Kiryuin’s “right hand woman”. Thus, Rei is reduced to the status of a “minor” enemy.
She takes herself and her work very seriously, and she’s not afraid to get right to the point. Her allegiance is based on Ragyo’s heroics in saving her life.
12. Miyuki Ayukawa (Basquash)
One of the more upbeat characters in Basquash is Mikyuki. The kind of person who will back off if the person she loves is already in a relationship with someone else.
She won’t get in the way or be self-serving.
13. Yao Ro Dushi (GATE)
In the upcoming military drama GATE, a character named Yao Ro Dushi will make an appearance.
Besides her magical prowess, she’s also a fiercely determined dark elf.
To achieve, she will do whatever it takes, even if it’s considered inappropriate or humiliating.
Despite the fact that she isn’t one of my favorites, I couldn’t leave her out of this list.
14. Hild (Oh My Goddess)
In Oh My Goddess! Hildis is the mother of Urd. She’s even more dark-skinned than Urd.
Hild is a demon, whereas Urd is a goddess in the Heaven realm. They are both opposites.
15. Atsuko Jackson (Michiko To Hatchin)
The Michiko series’ Atsuko Jackson is a fan favorite. Wearing a white dress with black earrings, as well as black eye shadow and mascara.
She and Michiko, a black female character, are both orphans in the novel.
16. Michiko Milandro (Michiko To Hatchin)
Besides Michiko Milandrois, there is also a black Brazilian character in the same series.
The two had known one other for a long time because they both grew up in orphanages.
She’s a beautiful woman.