It’s amazing how a character who has gone through as much as he has can be so kind, cheerful and… overall, wonderful. It would have been easier for the mangaka to turn him into a dark and edgy stereotype, yet he gave us the sweetest kind.
(Legend of the Galactic Heroes)
When you are the best strategist alive, but you hate your job and all you want to do instead is to write a book about history (which nobody cares about) XD
The purest of men. In a manga/anime series full of drama and tragedy, he brought the perfect amount of innocence it needed to be perfect.
5. Yamazaki Miyu (Gals!)
It’s literally me turned into an anime/manga character. We both were raised by abusive mothers, and adults (mostly teachers) didn’t seem to trust us because of our reserved personalities and family background.
Yet we both proved them all wrong and have turned into caring and mature women with a respectful man to love and a goal: to teach a whole new generation of kids without repeating the mistakes our own schools made.
Manabu Ito (Homunculus)
He is an incredibly complex character and such a good example for those who are going through dificulties with their gender identity and how their families handle it. This manga is a 10/10 for me.
7. Akumetsu (Akumetsu)
Let’s make those evildoers pay for their sins!!
8. Kaname Junko (Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica)
A married business-woman whose husband stays at home doing the chores?! IN A JAPANESE SHOW?!
9. Rock Lee/TenTen/Maito Gai (Naruto)
They share the slot in the ranking because they are, in fact, a whole. TenTen’s whole canon development and character depends on Lee and accepting that her true-self admires and loves the dorks in her team. Meanwhile, Lee’s role is to follow Gai’s steps (the original hot-blooded beast)
10. Ichimaru Gin (Bleach)
Everything he did was in the name of love. Also, he died right before the story turned into sh&t, so his characters didn’t get ruined XD