10 Best Green Hair Anime Characters Male That You Should Know Update 07/2024

Green Hair Anime Characters Male

There are a wide variety of anime characters to choose from.

What’s more, think about it: Fans have their favorite characters. Which of the Loli characters is your favorite? Your favorite yandere character or perhaps a pair of “are you sure they’re biologically related” siblings might be a good idea..

The best anime green haired characters have previously been featured, including blondes and redheads.

10. Tsuyu Asui

Tsuyu Asui Froppy

BOKU NO HERO ACADEMICIA is a Japanese anime series.

Tsu, like tailman and tapeboy, was initially dismissed by me as a one-dimensional character.

But to my astonishment, she’s become one of the fandom’s most beloved characters.

After All Might and Bakugo, she came in second place in the first American popularity poll.

Tsu’s simplicity and directness are the main reasons behind this.

She expresses her thoughts clearly. When it comes to her ability, she isn’t over-the-top or over-the-top. Tsu, the kind and trustworthy frog lady, is who she claims to be.

When Bakugo was originally mentioned as a possible candidate for rescue, she was slapped with a series of harsh reality checks.

9. Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck

Bleach is an anime.

Nelliel and her crew are definitely out of the ordinary when it comes to Hollows.

Nelliel appears to be averse to Hollows killing humans, despite this being a necessity for the majority of Hollows.

Even the Shinigami are feared by her, believing them to be the evil ones in the equation.

In spite of Ichigo, she is really fond of Ichigo.

In her child form, she lisps, speaks vocabulary that is unsuitable for a child, and generally exudes cuteness. But when she takes on her adult appearance, the plot thickens and the action begins.

8. Eureka

Eureka Seven’s Long Pixie Cut

The Eureka Seven Anime:

Our only hope of averting an AI takeover is the story of Eureka Seven. How?

As long as they’re around, they’ll be smitten.

The Scub Coral built Eureka as an AI in human form. Her social skills were lacking even after joining the military, as she had no idea how to interact with people she had never met before.

In the end, she makes an excellent pilot.

Renton is the first man she meets and falls in love with, and it is through him that she learns empathy and begins to atone for the horrific crimes she did while serving her country.

No idea why, but I’m a sucker for stories in which emotion fails to make sense.

7. Tatsumaki

1 P.M. Anthology Anime

She may not be Saitama, but Tatsumaki is a force to be reckoned with!

To eliminate a dinosaur monster, she summoned an asteroid! If she sneezed, she may have caused the same level of devastation as the “Shinra Tensei” disaster.

Imagine having all of that power, as well as a massive ego, a strong sense of self-worth, and a physique to match. That’s what I mean when I say she’s little.

Saitama’s continual digs at her, calling her a child, are based on this.

In one incident, she was so inebriated she stabbed Zombiman with a sword while laughing maniacally in order to sabotage Saitama.

The woman is exhausting to be around. But I adore her in every one of her outfits.

6. Yotsugi Ononoki

Yotsugi Ononoki


I never expected to find a dead person to be so adorable, but here we are.

Among other things, she is a tsukumogami, an adorablegami, and a shikigami.

It was a surprise when Ononoki first appeared in the series as an antagonist because she didn’t fit in with the typical “girl gets cursed by a strange animal” plot.

It’s a good thing she switched sides, because her fights with Kiss-shot and Araragi are really great.

The goofiness factor of her hat is just right.

There are numerous instances in which her infinite rulebook has rescued the group, making her an extremely important asset. She also saved Araragi by walking on his face, which was technically a rescue.

If you haven’t seen the show, I’m not going to explain what I mean by that.

5. Yusaku Kitamura

Toradora is a Japanese animated series.

The man who goes unnoticed in every place he goes. Scared other characters half to death by interrupting their talk.

Also, the world’s most attractive Santa Claus.

Aside from Kitamura’s wacky and straightforward approach to love, I truly enjoyed him as a character.

A strange mix of maturity and childishness characterizes him as well. As a result of his frustration, he may do a Stan and bleach his hair. On the other side, he appeared to be the group’s best at coping with rejection.

It’s true that he had to resort to a cat fight in order to find solace. However, unlike the majority of the others, he lets it go afterward.

4. C.C.

C.C. (Code Geass)

In terms of animation, I’d recommend

C.C. is arguably the first anime character with green hair that springs to mind when you think about female anime characters.

C.C. is an odd character in the Code Geass universe because he is both immortal and dying for a slice of pizza.

Lelouch is used to seeing her as aloof and emotionless, although she shows her feelings to him from time to time.

However, is it really fair to point the finger at her? As long as she’s been alive, you probably wouldn’t have much interest in anything else. Except for pizza, of course.

Despite her flaws, she’s proven herself time and time again to be a true hero.

That said, C.C. is an excellent competitor in the waifu battles, despite my preference for Kallen.

3. Izuku Midoriya

BOKU NO HERO ACADEMICIA is a Japanese anime series.

I’m sorry to hear that, Deku. There are many stories about people who have overcome huge odds because of their strong character.

Of course, there’s also story armor.

By forgetting about percentages and remembering he has legs, Deku has made great strides throughout the season!

As a character, Deku is one of my favorites. My favorite pairing is with Bakugo, as their rivalry is hilarious.

There’s no need to flee from a mighty snake-man. Emotions, uncertainties, goals, and anxieties are all that’s left. As a result, I view the future number one hero as an expression of those feelings.

2. Gon Freecss

Gon Freecss

Hunter x Hunter is an animated series that aired on Japanese television.

Even if only his tips are green, I vow that if you even believe Gon doesn’t count because of that, I will punch you through the screen with Leorio. Now it’s time for Gon.

Gon is a sweet, loving rascal who trusts his pals implicitly and appears to harbor no ill will toward them.

Except the cat lady, he could have been a little ticked off with her.

This is a good thing. Gon, despite the initial impression, is far from a one-note character.

Even to his closest pals, he is capable of causing harm. He has the ability to be enraged about the state of the world. Even so, he’s an all-around good child.

1. Roronoa Zoro

It’s a little world

You become 10 times cooler if you can wield a sword in your mouth while fighting. I’ve seen the peer-reviewed research.

This one is Zoro’s to lose, even if Zabuza comes in a close second.

Having Zoro as the Straw Hats’ vice-captain is an excellent choice.

As he has demonstrated time and time again, his willingness to suffer for his men is nothing short of admirable.

He’s also a wonderful counterbalance to Luffy, as he’s not afraid to slap him and the rest of the crew around when they need it.

Zoro knows that life isn’t always rainbows and sunshine. Because of his practical outlook, he’s a good leader and advisor.

When it comes to combat, he’s a total badass. And don’t even get me started on the hair.