To be clear, I’m not being sarcastic but…damn, you’re ugly. Anime characters that are disgusting to look at, such as “Howl’s Moving Castle,” “Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?”, “Jo-Bizarre Jo’s Adventure,” “Perfect Blue,” “Fairy Tail,” “Yu-Gi-Oh,” “Fate/Zero,” “Hunter x Hunter”
Here is a list of the most visually ugly anime heroes and villains. As cliché as it may be, “don’t judge a book by its cover,” the painters definitely knew what they were doing with this cover.
He’s on the verge of resembling the gigantic, murderous starfish he so enjoys summoning. Given that this Fourth Holy Grail War Servant is based on one of the most notorious child murders in history, it’s only natural that he brings the Fate-verse in horrifying detail. Yes, we were relieved to see him depart because of the way his slouched, yet massive, posture, the way his eyes continually seem to jump out of his head, and his sinister fascination with Joan of Arc…
“Hunter x Hunter” (2011-14)
Despite her age and balding mole-man appearance, she’s a calm, caring, and talented singer. When you hear just one note of the Sonata of Darkness, you’re likely to experience this. Melody, despite her appearance, has proven to be a capable bodyguard and one you’d be pleased to join a party with. That she’ll always look like a human-beaver hybrid isn’t the worst part; it’s just unfortunate. Even if the Sonata only mashed her teeth, why did she have to mash the rest of her body as well? Unfair.
#8: Ichiya Vandalay Kotobuki
“Fairy Tail” (2009-19)
There seems to be an ugly bastard for every beautiful lady in the magical guilds of this planet, waiting in the shadows with all the tact of a doped up dung bug to throw themselves at them. There’s a chance it’s simply Ichiya, who seems unafraid to approach any female mage, despite his gigantic head, tiny frame, and general lack of appeal. It doesn’t matter how much he flexes with his body while using his scent skills; the creep factor will always remain.
#7: Ghost Kaiba
“Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters” (2000-04)
We don’t know if Kaiba is afraid of clowns or if a killer clown has infiltrated Duellist Kingdom. In the beginning, the Blue Eyes White Dragon Lover clone with a shifty voice turns into…a bloated, high-pitched circus freak who should be on some sort of watchlist? Is this the phantom of Kaiba’s wrath, who appeared just to play a card game with Yugi? Even though it’s a little strange, the only thing it accomplished was to give us nightmare fuel.
“JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind” (2018-19)
A lack of chin can be seen in this guy. My apologies for the bafflement. He’s a member of a gang of killers that includes, admittedly, a lot of crazy-looking folks (it’s JoJo). In contrast, though, Risotto and the rest of the group truly had all of their joints in the correct spot, which made all the difference. Peschi resembles an eggplant that was transformed into a human being by some sort of spell. Unfortunately, because he’s JoJo, someone out there has a stack of his doujinshi and a poster of him hanging on her wall.
#5: Linlin Charlotte
“One Piece” (1999-)
We’d never label Big Mom unattractive since doing so would invite the wrath of her countless superpowered offspring. In spite of her enormous stature as one of the world’s most formidable pirates, she hasn’t lost any weight thanks to all those sweets and tea parties. Additionally, there’s a neck to consider. Everything else, too, I suppose. In the past decade or so, she’s gone from being a huge mom to being an even bigger MOMMY – what happened?
“Sword Art Online: Alicization” (2019-)
We’ll never know why Quinella would want this guy working for her as an underling. In spite of his devotion to the Axion Church and his impressive fire magic, it’s hard not to be a little skeptical of this guy. Even when he cries, he looks twisted and sickening, which only adds to his desperation to kiss the Administrator’s bare chest. Despite his diminutive stature, he’s a huge scumbag in need of some serious tanner time.
#3: Phryne Jamil
“Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?” (2015-19)
There’s little doubt that Ishtar and her family realize they’ve got a thing going on and at least seem to treat an adventurer with respect. Phyrne, on the other hand, is a different story. Just like Ishtar herself, she’s even more narcissistic than she appears to be, and she’s not afraid to break with her clique in order to get her hands on some of Bell’s backside. This is a no-no.
#2: Witch of the Waste
“Howl’s Moving Castle” (2004)
Neck fat, in a nutshell. In this case, the curse-spouting, aristocratic look-alike with her enormous and terrifying jowls is a villain Miyazaki knows how to build, which in this case corresponds to his sweeping tale of magic and romance. When you’re as selfish and destructive as she is, the malformed layers of skin tend to look infinitely worse. This isn’t meant to be sarcastic. The new grandma version of Sophie was much cuter.
#1: Me Mania
“Perfect Blue” (1997)
You’d have this person if the worst of the internet came together in a single actual creature. His fixation with Mima following her transition into acting is so disturbing that it’s almost as if he looks like a propped up corpse. Real name Uchiha. What makes you feel even more uncomfortable than looking at this guy’s face is the fact that he has plastered Mima’s image all over his room, making you feel even more uncomfortable than looking at him. You’re well aware of how filthy that location truly is.