Anime and humour go hand in hand, in my opinion.
Perhaps it doesn’t have the same level of wit as The Big Bazoinga. The majority of the time, however, I am my own best comedic asset.
And what would a comedy event be without a cast full of hoots? in addition to the dreck that is garbage television
In the past, we’ve discussed which anime series are the funniest. …but first let’s check out our top ten picks for the funniest anime characters ever created.
10. Amatsuyu Kisaragi
ORESUKI: The Anime The only one who cares about me is you.
Because I’m a fan of the r/niceguys subreddit, Kisaragi made me laugh out loud.
Because he’s essentially the subreddit’s mascot.
As long as he can maintain playing the innocent high school boy role, he’ll have his very own harem. Every time, he’s foiled by Bench-kun, who lurks in the shadows.
To put it another way, he’s an awful person who doesn’t even care about making people laugh. However, his stodginess irritates me to no end.
9. Shinra Kishitani
Durarara!! is an anime series.
As opposed to my prior pick, I adore Shinra since he’s so good-hearted.
It’s true that he’s an underground doctor, and that he lied about that one petty deception for the sake of it.
Nevertheless, his love for Celty is so ingrained in his character that you can’t help but perceive him as a good guy.
My favorite moments with him are when he’s with Celty, because he just goes with with whatever is going on.
What happened when I went for a kiss turned out to be something far more terrifying than I could have ever imagined. No, I don’t think so. That kind of humor is just my cup of tea.
The Pervy Sage must be included somehow.
Jiraiya has never taken himself seriously, despite the fact that he’s one of the series’ most important characters.
When you’re truly wise, you’ve gone beyond and beyond human desires, but then you fall back down and max out your lust stat.
The man only instructs ninja who go on to become gods in their community as part of his research for a book he’s working on.
It’s impossible not to enjoy the antics of this lovable old badass.
It’s a show called Noragami.
Yato feels like a long-lost high school classmate who’s just as witty as you were back then.
For the simple reason that temples don’t pay for themselves, he’s continually getting into mischief. And he always seems to be in a good mood.
Sure, every now and then he pulls a fast one on me and I’m left speechless. In reality, he’s just a silly little kid that craves attention and affection.
To him, Reigen, Shinra and Zenitsu all exist in the same person, and that’s why he’s superior to them all.
Because I’m sure I’d agree with his religious beliefs, but that’s not the point.
6. Shirou Ashiya
As far as anime is concerned, the devil works only part-time.
While the Devil Part-Timer is Sadao, it was his right-hand guy Shirou who had me in fits of giggles.
When it comes to the two of them’s survival, Shirou, the king’s counselor, has to put on a front of professionalism all the time.
The modern equivalent, on the other hand, is being a stay-at-home mom. And that was tremendously enjoyable for me.
Bromance got more cannon-like and amusing when he started complaining about his bills or work load.
5. Joseph Joestar
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is an anime.
Joseph was not the most fearsome Joestar by any means, nor was he the most dominant Joestar either. His jokes were some of the best I’ve ever heard, though.
That this man was late to his own funeral, or that he dressed up as a woman and fired off Tequila riffles, was never less than amusing. One of history’s most revered figures.
While Joseph is an old man in Part 3, he continues to hit the mark time and time again.
4. Isaac Dian and Miria Harvent
Baccano, the anime!
Separating them would be improper, so let’s simply treat them as the dynamic team that they truly are.
This is by far my favorite anime pairing. And I can’t look away from any scene in which they’re physically there.
For some reason, they always seem to be having crazy adventures that also end up breaking the law.
As a result, I often fail to notice that they are criminals because of how upbeat and amusing they are. Even the victims of their crimes seem to have forgotten about it.
3. Mako Mankanshoku
Kill la Kill is a popular anime series.
The only character on this list that can instantly make me chuckle without any prior context is Mako.
A character, a scenario, or even something happening isn’t necessary for her.
Most likely, she could make me giggle while I sat and watched a paint dry.
This is due to the fact that she is a solo act. And it’s as if she’s putting on a show with every word she says.
Mako’s 2 hour ramble to her unnecessary images, she’s always talking about something. And I’m in love with it, too. In the morning, she’s like a shot of caffeine.
2. Kazuma Satou
An animated series titled KonoSuba
Kazuma is the most believable protagonist I’ve ever come across.
But not because he’s intricate or well-crafted; rather, it’s because he’s so annoyingly small-minded and short-tempered that I’m compelled to stamp at least 10 times every time he appears on screen.
What makes him so amusing is because he’s so self-aware.
He has no qualms about delivering a sucker-punch to a jerk. Even more impressive is his capacity to find something to be unhappy about in everything.
It’s his hysterical fits of rage that make me laugh the most, though.
1. Gintoki Sakata
Gintama is a Japanese animated series.
On this list, it only seems fair that the original comedic anime is ranked first.
Because I honestly believe that no human emotion can’t be captured in a Gintoki photo, his facial expressions alone would earn him a spot on this list.
He’s very much like Kazuma in terms of attitude, since he doesn’t give a damn about how he looks or how he acts.
Strawberry milk is the only thing that keeps him up at night.
It’s not the first time he’s done this, though. As a result, he has no boundaries when it comes to making fun of others.