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69 Hottest Anime Girls of All Time

As far as anime goes, depending on one’s personal tastes, of course, the girls in the different series can be both beautiful and very handsome. Now, not everyone can find such beauty in animated characters, especially if they’re from Japan, but if you’re among those people that actually observe the beauty of such characters, you’ve come to the right place, as this article, or to be more precise, list is exactly right for you.

We’re going to bring you a total of 69 hottest anime girls from various sources, be they series, movies, ONA, or OVA. They’re not going to be listed in any specific order, so you we’re not actually ranking them, which means that the numbers in front of the names don’t actually signify a ranking. You’re going to find out where they come from and a bit about each of them.

As said, the list is going to include a total of 69 names, but they’re going to be listed in random order which means that the numbers don’t represent a ranking of any kind.

Appears in: Bleach

Yoruichi Shihōin appears in the manga as a black cat speaking with a male voice (in the anime, during broadcasts in countries other than Japan, the male aspect of the voice has been enhanced). It is only later that it is discovered that she is in fact a woman, ex-commander of special operations and ex-captain of the 2nd division, 22nd head of the Shihōin family, one of the noble families of Soul. Society, wh

ich she fled after Kisuke Urahara was banished. She has never been seen with her Zanpakutō in a fight. She is defined, when appearing in the form of a cat, as Kisuke Urahara’s best friend.

Appears in: One Piece

Nami is an orphan who, as a baby, was adopted along with her half-sister Nojiko by Bellmer, a naval lieutenant. The three went to live in the village of Coco, on the Orange Archipelago in the East Sea.

Eight years later, however, the village was targeted by the fish-man pirate Arlong, who occupied it with his crew and imposed enormous taxes on the inhabitants: Bellmer, unable to pay both for her and for the two girls, was killed by the pirate in changing the life of the daughters.

Nami was then kidnapped by Arlong and forced to act as their cartographer, tattooing the symbol of their crew on her arm.

Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Winry Rockbell is the childhood friend of the two Elric brothers, she is also the mechanic of Edward Elric. She lost her parents during the Ishbal War, as they were killed by Scar, an Ishbal patient whom they had nevertheless treated.

Passionate about automails, she will eventually leave her home to settle in Rush Valley in order to improve herself in the making of more efficient automails and thus help Edward Elric and Alphonse Elric as best he can, by crying and moaning most of the time. time. She is very worried about them.

Appears in: Naruto

She is the main heroine of the series, although she was not originally intended for it. Kishimoto had some difficulty drawing her at the start of the series, which is the source of some of the character’s physical characteristics, such as her broad forehead.

Appears in: Psycho-Pass

A latent criminal, Sibyl entrusted her with the role of Public Security Analyst, she also takes care of the health and surveillance of the BSP. She colloquially calls Inspector Tsunemori “Akane-chan”. She and Executor Kunizuka have an intimate relationship.

Appears in: Cowboy Bebop

Faye Valentine is a young woman interested only in money. She has shoulder length purple hair, and a red waistcoat over a very short yellow ensemble. She also wears a black thong bodysuit. At the start of Episode # 15, men in coveralls are seen handling a block in which Faye is cryogenized.

She woke up in 2068, in perfect health, but totally amnesic. After making his escape, she scours the space aboard her Redtail, swindling those she meets to pay off her debts and almost immediately losing her money at the races.

Appears in: Akame ga Kill!

Akame is a member of the Night Raid. She grew up in an elite assassin unit created by the government to serve their causes. When she was a child, she was separated from her little sister to train them apart from each other. After many missions, she meets Najenda.

Akame asserts her beliefs by joining Night Raid, after Najenda convinces her. A true expert in the art of sword handling, she is the most powerful of the group, and her talent is matched only by her appetite.

Appears in: Fairy Tail

Lucy Heartfilia dreams of being part of the most famous guild in the kingdom of Fiore: Fairy Tail, which she will be able to integrate thanks to Natsu. It is a constellationist who can summon spirits with the help of magic keys, each corresponding to a constellation. Although she is a little shy, she can be scary towards Natsu.

Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion

Asuka is a self-confident and exuberant teenager who can be adorable as well as very arrogant. A gifted young girl, she is an exceptional pilot employed by the confidential organization NERV to fight monsters called “Angels” with the Evangelion EVA-02, a weapon having the appearance of a giant robot.

She actually hides under her confident looks great mental distress due to traumatic episodes of her childhood.

Appears in: Fairy Tail

Feared in Fairy Tail by many members for her severity, she is nicknamed “Titania” because of her strength and titanic mind, and is also considered “the Queen of the fairies”, a possible reference to the queen of the fairies Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (by Shakespeare).

She is particularly fond of strawberry cakes, and can get out of control if someone prevents her from eating them. The Fairy Tail emblem is located on his left arm and is blue in color.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

The deputy head of class 1-A, elected with a vote lower than Midoriya, and one of the four recommended students. Thanks to her Quirk Creation, she possesses the ability to create any material or inanimate object from her naked skin, as long as she knows its molecular structures; to do this, her body breaks down the lipids at the atomic level and then converts them.

According to her, the more she eats the more material she has available to create. Also, the larger an object, the more time it will take you to create it and the more skin it takes to get it out.

Appears in: High School DxD

She is the high school Madonna, Issei’s mistress and lover, and a woman people admire without restraint. Her true identity is that of Princess Crimson-Haired Ruin, heiress of one of the most powerful dynasties of demons, the Gremory.

Officially, she is admitted to high school as part of a Japan-Scandinavia student exchange, but she is actually the president of the occult research club, serving as a den for demons under her orders.

Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Embodying the sin of lust, this homunculus is 250 years old and appears early in the story as one of the main ones, giving orders to Envy and almost always moving with Gluttony. It was she who initially formed plans such as the use of Envy to trigger Lior’s rebellion, the taking of Tim Marcoh hostage or the hunt for Barry the Butcher.

At first glance lascivious, she is good at playing roles as well, as when she takes the identity of Solaris to seduce Havoc. However, her plans often have flaws and she tends to underestimate her opponents too much.

Appears in: Ghost in the Shell

Motoko Kusanagi is a female cyborg, also referred to as Major in the series. His adventures are recounted in two films (Ghost in the Shell, Innocence: Ghost in the Shell 2), two television series (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Ghost in the shell: Stand alone complex 2nd GIG) and a manga.

He is the operational chief of section 9, she commands and coordinates section 9 in the field. She is accountable only to Aramaki, responsible for section 9 to the prime minister. Although his body looks old, he is a formidable fighter.

Appears in: Bleach

Always provided with an adult book, this girl does not lack resources and will manage to hold out for a few minutes against Ichigo in Hollow mode. Dressed like a schoolgirl, she is an impulsive young girl.

She was the vice-captain of the 8th Division, under the command of Kyōraku Shunsui. We notice his striking resemblance to Nanao, whom she knew to read to him. Her Zanpakutō release (shikai) looks like a giant spear.

Appears in: Dragon Ball

Bulma is introduced as a 16-year-old teenager when she discovers the legend of the Dragon Balls. So during school holidays, she decides to go in search of boules in order to make her dearest wish come true: to have a fiancé. Equipped with a radar she made, she goes in search of the seven Dragon Balls. The radar will take him to the owner of the four-star ball: Son Goku.

Together, they go in search of the other five Dragon Balls (she already had 2 before her meeting with Son Goku). As this quest progresses, Bulma and Goku encounter Kame-Sen’nin after finding his pet turtle; Oolong, a pig capable of changing shape and terrorizing a village; Yamcha and his companion, a cat with a changing figure. Bulma and Yamcha start a relationship.

Appears in: One Piece

Nefertari Bibi is the daughter of Cobra and the princess of Alabasta. She was raised by her father and her trusted Igaram and since she was a child she has a very devoted duck as a pet: Karl.

Even though she is a princess, she does not behave in an arrogant or self-centered way; she cares about the good of her subjects and her country and does not hesitate to put her life on the line. In combat, she resorts to a dance called Mermaidance, which aims to hypnotize or charm the opponent.

Appears in: High School DxD

Akeno is the second in command of the Gremory clan, known as the “Priestess of Thunder”. She is the vice-president of the occult research club, and her rank is that of “Lady”. She is a beautiful young girl, second in popularity after Rias. In her normal state, she is very gentle and discreet.

Much mystery surrounds her, and Issei will finally be right to instinctively mistrust her: once entered into a fight, she becomes a formidable, overpowered, and sadistic fighter.

Appears in: Akame ga Kill!

A red-haired girl who has the power to transform into whatever she desires thanks to her Imperial weapon Gaea Foundation. To kill, she uses fine needles that she sticks in the vital points of her enemies. It will not be present until halfway through the series.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

Third year student and one of the three strongest students in the school (the Big 3); she took Ochaco and Tsuyu under her protection during the internships, taking them with her to Pro Hero Ryukyu, of which Nejire is her assistant. As a hero alias she simply goes by the name of Nejire-chan.

A great friend of Mirio and Amajiki, she has a cheerful and talkative personality. Her Quirk is called Wave and it allows her to transform her life energy into shock waves.

Appears in: Fairy Tail

Mirajane Strauss is an S-rank mage, which makes her the strongest woman in the guild ahead of Erza. She is the older sister of Elfman and Lisanna. She controls demon transformation magic (Satan Soul) and possesses very powerful demons. Mirajane has an angelic face when she’s not fighting.

She is also the representative of the guild. She is nice to everyone and always keeps a smile. His emblem is white and is found on his left thigh.

Appears in: Sword Art Online

This is Kazuto’s (adoptive, actually cousin) sister, having been brought up together. Not a survivor of Sword Art Online, she is only seen sporadically in the first arc and brought up in episode four by Kirito, for whom Silica looks a bit like her.

She is only actually introduced during the second arc, when she is accidentally rescued from a group attack of Salamanders by Kirito after arriving in ALfheim Online and then teams up with him, without either of them knowing the real thing. identity of the other.

Appears in: Fate/Zero

Saber’s identity in life is the King of the Knights, King Arturia Pendragon, who became King of Great Britain upon obtaining the magical “Sword in the Stone”. Servants of the Saber class are often considered the strongest. She generally maintains a strong code of honor, seeing honor as more important than victory.

Although she and Kiritsugu are Servant and Master seeking the same goal of peace, their different ideological perspectives result in a strained relationship where Kiritsugu does not directly recognize Saber.

Appears in: Seven Deadly Sins

Princess Elizabeth is the Third Adopted Princess of the Kingdom of Liones. She is the second main protagonist of the series, and a suspected survivor of the Kingdom of Danafor and a former waitress at the Boar Hat Tavern on her journey to reform the Seven Deadly Sins, ultimately becoming their premier asset and healer. She is also the 107th reincarnation of Goddess Elizabeth, the only daughter of the Supreme Deity, of 3,000 years ago, who also reincarnated as Liz, a Sacred Signet Ring.

Appears in: Fairy Tail

Cana Alberona started drinking alcohol at the age of 13, whereas in her country you can drink from the age of 15. One-third of the alcohol consumed in the Guild Tavern a year is consumed by Cana.

She uses magic cards, sometimes she uses them as projectiles and sometimes she combines them skillfully to achieve all kinds of effects during fights. She has been selected five times for an S-rank mage, and has failed the exam four times.

Appears in: Sword Art Online

Thanks to her great shooting skills and equipped with her PGM Hecate II, she will help Kirito to put an end to the murderous activities of Death Gun by participating in the third edition of the most famous Gun Gale Online tournament, the Bullet of Bullets, and succeed his ultimate goal in the game to win it (factually, in a tie with Kirito) to prove his strength: Kirito will save his life both (literally and figuratively) through the tournament, and in extremis after it.

Ci in reality (while threatened with rape by what she believed to be her friend, Kyouji, and who turns out to be in truth a maniacal and obsessed accomplice).

Appears in: My Hero Academia

A mentally unstable and sadistic young girl inspired by Stain, who develops a romantic obsession with Midoriya, often seeing him battered.

She was once a girl belonging to a wealthy family, but because of her power she became irremediably attracted to blood, going so far as to kill a companion she liked and then drink his blood, taking pleasure in it: this event led her to flee. home and to be discriminated against until she joined the Union.

Appears in: One Piece

Yamato is the daughter of Kaido, to whom however she is completely averse. She ate the fruit Zoo Zoo mythological Dog Dog, model Okuchi no Makami, which allows her to transform into the Japanese mythological wolf of the same name.

As a child, she was strongly influenced by the history and exploits of Kozuki Oden and his valiant death as well as the discovery of his memories convinced her to take upon herself the spiritual inheritance of the legendary daimyō, beginning to impersonate him to the point of defining himself as a man. to fully identify with him.

Appears in: Bleach

Nanao Ise is the 8th division vice-captain who has to do all the work most of the time because of her captain’s laziness. She tries to be patient despite all the eccentricities of the latter, like flirting with her or asking her to water her path with rose petals to show off in front of her opponents.

Nanao wears small glasses and it looks like she looks terrifying when she takes them off. We will also notice his resemblance, both physically and in his general attitude, with Yadomaru Lisa when she was the vice-captain.

Appears in: Sword Art Online

Girl of good family from Kyoto, Asuna becomes through the game the companion (then the virtual wife) of Kirito, as well as the number two and a very important member of the Brotherhood of the Knights, a guild made up in its beginnings of around thirty players, before swelling its ranks and becoming the strongest recognized guild in Aincrad.

She is the only known Sword Art Online player to use her real name as a pseudonym. Due to her great beauty, she receives many invitations and proposals (including marriage proposals).

Appears in: Attack on Titan

Mikasa was the ward of Eren’s parents, Grisha and Carla, and is one of the main protagonists of the series, alongside Armin. After the murder of her biological parents by human traffickers, Mikasa was saved by Eren and lived with the Jäger family until the fall of the Maria Wall.

She is the last descendant of the Shogun clan who remained on Paradise Island, therefore linked to the Azumabito family, and is, therefore, a high personality of Heazul. Although she only wants to lead a peaceful life alongside those she loves, most notably Eren, Mikasa has entered the Army of the Walls.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

A Hero much appreciated by the media (also due to her curvy physique) entered into action relatively recently with the alias of Mount Lady, whose Quirk Giantism grants her the ability to increase her size up to 20 meters, with a consequent increase of strength and endurance.

Because of these powers, she can only fight best in outdoor locations. She gets the chance, she tries to be in the spotlight and feels no shame in taking the credit of others. Nonetheless, she also displays a selfless side.

Appears in: Highschool of the Dead

A senior student and president of the kendo club, Saeko is an experienced and trained fighter, as well as a thoughtful character with a strong sense of pride, and a very important element for her group. She seems to be very fond of Takashi, to whom she will confess that she takes almost sexual pleasure in killing “them”.

Not much is known about her family, aside from the fact that Saya’s father, Souichirou Takagi, was trained in the use of the sword by Saeko’s own father. As a thank you, Takagi gives her a sword created in General Murata’s armory during the Meiji Era.

Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion

Misato is the only survivor of the explosion of the “Second Impact”, the cataclysm that devastated part of the planet in 2000 and which is at the origin of the plot of the series. On the day of the explosion, she was with her father, leader of the Antarctic expedition, who manages to protect her by locking her in a protective capsule resembling an Entry Plug, the cockpits of the Evangelion.

Misato, then 14, came out traumatized from the experience and would not say a word for years. While grateful to her father for saving her, she hates him for dedicating his life to her job and neglecting her and her mother.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

Slice appears to be a young woman with fair skin, blue eyes that tilt inward, and lips noticeably full and shiny. She also has straight, shiny red hair with chin-length bangs that partially obscure her right eye, the back part of which goes down to the thighs while two front strands seem long enough to hang past her feet.

She wears it tied together at the ends along her back, the two longer strands dropped to her knees before coming up behind her.

Appears in: One Piece

Robin is a native of Ohara, an island in the Western Sea inhabited by archaeologists: her mother, Nico Olvia, was an archaeologist who left the island for her studies.

Robin was placed in the care of an aunt, who, however, treated her like a servant; she had then fed on the Fior Fior Devil Fruit she was also discriminated against by the other children because of the powers she obtained from her. The only ones who treated her well were the island’s archaeologists, headed by Professor Clover.

Appears in: Psycho-Pass

Former musician authorized to practice her art by Sibyl, her passion darkens her Psycho-Pass, which results in her being placed in detention. Despite everything, she still hopes to get out of prison by clearing up her Psycho-Pass and at first refuses Ginoza’s offer to become an Executor.

However, she decides to help Division 1 when a group of resistance fighters is located in her old resort area.

Appears in: Sword Art Online

Deuteragonist of the Fairy Dance arc, it is with her that Kirito meets in ALfheim Online, and who introduces him to the game. This is Kazuto’s (adoptive, actually cousin) sister, having been brought up together. Not a survivor of Sword Art Online, she is only seen sporadically in the first arc and brought up in episode four by Kirito, for whom Silica looks a bit like her.

She is only actually introduced during the second arc, when she is accidentally rescued from a group attack of Salamanders by Kirito after arriving in ALfheim Online and then teams up with him, without either of them knowing the real thing. identity of the other.

Appears in: Akame ga Kill!

A girl who likes to party and have fun with her team even on a mission, she is like a spoiler; she shows herself sometimes, impulsive or angry. She has blonde hair and yellow eyes. His power is to transform into a lion and regenerate himself thanks to his Imperial weapon Lionelle.

She has a lot of sympathy for Tastumi and feels responsible for it, since it was she who made her join the Night Raid. She is the one who kills the Prime Minister, but dies from his injuries.

Appears in: Rosario + Vampire

In her liberated version, Moka increases her strength tenfold. She uses Taekwon-do style techniques, mixed with free fight. Her favorite technique (with which she often gets rid of her enemies in one-shot) is the Crescent Moon Kick, an ascending circular kick at the end of which she makes a wheel to land on her feet (like Rolling Thunder in Angelic Layer ).

She also uses her strength by giving monumental slaps that send her enemies into the surrounding walls.

Appears in: Bleach

Soi Fon which means “Fast Wind” in Chinese, is the captain of the 2nd division of Gotei 13 and the commander of the 1st division of Omnitsukido (Keigun, the executors’ division), she succeeded Shihōin Yoruichi in the same posts.

Her real name Shaorin Fon, she is part of a family of lesser ranks in the service of the Shihōin family, one of the four great families of Soul Society. She is the sixth of six siblings, her five brothers all died during their first missions.

Appears in: Steins;Gate

An 18-year-old scientist, she works in the United States and has already been published in the famous journal Science. Okabe finds her dead at the start of the anime, but a modification of the past prevents her intended death.

She quickly becomes Okabe’s center of interest, until the two begin to love each other at the end of the researcher’s stay in Japan. Difficult but sincere in character, she is akin to a tsundere, which is a source of mockery for the characters.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

The institute’s art history professor known as Midnight, a Hero whose costume resembles that of a dominatrix. She plays the role of referee during the Yuei Sports Festival.

You often maintain a seductive attitude or behavior, also having a properly predatory and sadistic side; she has a tendency to get angry, especially when she is interrupted while she is talking or when someone mentions her age.

Appears in: Seven Deadly Sins

A busty and attractive sorceress who represents the sin of Throat with the symbol of the boar, tattooed on her neck. She is one of the most powerful sorceresses in all of Britain and in the ten years she has been separated from her companions she has taken refuge in Camelot where she has protected the young King Arthur, to whom she is very fond. Her infinite power allows her to make her spells last forever, until she breaks them, no matter how much magical power would normally be required to do so.

Thanks to this she managed to freeze the spell that stops her time, which is why she is immortal. Merlin has mastered a vast repertoire of spells, most of which appear to be more utilitarian and supportive rather than directly offensive. His magical powers are vast and include abilities such as flying and telekinesis.

Appears in: Bleach

Orihime is sensitive and kind. She seems very considerate of people like Yuzu Kurosaki. She loves Asian clothes printed with flowers. Orihime cooks and eats “strange” food at home, although she enjoys “normal” food.

Apart from Rangiku Matsumoto and possibly Tessai Tsukabishi, no one shares Orihime’s tastes. Her favorite food is red bean paste, and she loves to put butter on sweet potatoes. Orihime has a tendency to rush into situations without thinking about it, sometimes leading to embarrassing consequences.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

A rather frank and lively girl, a 1-A student like Midoriya and Bakugo. Despite her usually sunny appearance and character, she is very determined to become a great heroine.

She has a Quirk called Zero Gravity, which allows her to cancel the effect of gravitational force on whatever object she touches with the pads she has on the last joint of her fingers and can cancel the effect of her power at any time by touching each other.

Appears in: Naruto

Tsunade then becomes Konoha’s fifth Hokage, and his face appears on the “Hokage wall”. Later, she takes Sakura Haruno as a student and teaches her medical ninjutsu, as well as the secret to her phenomenal strength. By dint of staying with her, Sakura also inherits her temper, which more than once frightens Naruto, Jiraiya or Kakashi.

Ino Yamanaka also becomes his disciple to learn medical ninjutsu. She also summons slugs to protect villagers and ninjas during Pain’s attack, and uses her colossal chakra supply to heal ninjas and the wounded.

Appears in: Bleach

Nemu Kurotsuchi is an artificial being composed of gigai created by Mayuri, whom he calls his “daughter”. Regularly, she serves as a diversion during the fights of Mayuri, and acts as a pain reliever.

Nemu’s artificial nature allows Mayuri to use her as an object, such as having her perform low physical works or inserting different potions into her body (Szayel Apporo Grantz will pay the price). She will save Uryuu’s life by giving him the cure for the poison with which Mayuri had infected him.

Appears in: Umineko no Naku Koro ni

The Witch of Gold and Infinity, Beatrice is a witch who would have lived over a thousand years, and who is said to often appear in a cloud of golden butterflies. She would have the power to summon the 72 demons described in the Ars Goetia of the Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis as servants.

It is also said that humans can invoke it to fulfill their wishes in exchange for compensation. She ended up losing much of her powers and found herself stranded on Rokkenjima Island after meeting Kinzo who demanded the equivalent of 10 tons of gold.

Appears in: One Piece

Boa Hancock is the captain of the Kuja pirates and the Amazon Empress Lily, which is why she is also known as “The Pirate Empress”, while the island’s Amazons refer to her as “The Serpent Princess”.

She is considered the most beautiful woman in the world; accustomed to seeing her interlocutors fall in love with her at her feet and always being forgiven for her beauty, Hancock poses as a selfish, spoiled and haughty woman.

Hancock has ingested the Paramisha Mero Mero fruit, with which she can cast a heart-shaped ray that petrifies anyone who is captivated by the beauty of the woman.

Appears in: My Hero Academia

Yuei’s two students choose his agency for their internship. Uwabami explains that the heroes can have a second function but before there was a lot of controversy over the fact that the heroes are considered as civil servants but thanks to public solidarity, this made them become so.

Uwabami tells Momo and Itsuka that she is about to perform a commercial and asks them to take the time to get to know each other.

Appears in: High School DxD

She is Sirzechs’ silver-haired wife. She serves as Queen in her party and as the Maid of the Gremory House. She is the mother of Millicas. She comes from the home of Lucifuge, a family of thoroughbred demons that served the original Lucifer. She is a demon who is on a par with the Four Demon Kings and is known as the “Strongest Queen”.

She challenged Serafall for the title of Leviathan and is also known as the Silver Haired Queen of Annihilation and uses ice-based magic.

Appears in: Date A Live

Kurumi is the third spirit encountered by Shido. She is at first glance a very beautiful young girl, attractive and charming but she is in truth a sadistic, mad and twisted person, who is the “most evil” spirit according to Shido. Its code name as such is Nightmare.

She appears invincible since she can regenerate as much as she wishes by going back in time. She gets killed several times and kills a good number of people herself (she would have killed more than 10,000 people according to Mana). She has the power to multiply by invoking her “selves” from the past.

Appears in: Rent-A-Girlfriend

A student who works quietly as a girlfriend for hire for the Diamond company. She prides herself on her outstanding service ratings, but gets annoyed and becomes aggressive when Kazuya embarrasses her and gives her a bad rating.

At school, she goes under her grandmother’s last name Ichinose and tackles a cheesy appearance with tall glasses and braided pigtails. Chizuru and Kazuya quickly realize that they are neighbors living on the same floor of the group of apartments.

Appears in: Tokyo Ghoul

The cause of Kaneki’s life change. In the twentieth ward she was known as “Gluttonous” because of her insatiable hunger for human beings, especially males. She was well known among the ghouls because of her very powerful kagune of hers. When she died in an accident, her internal organs are transplanted to Ken.

She occasionally appears before Ken in the form of a “ghost” to urge him to let go of her new nature. Her kagune was of the Rinkaku type.

Appears in: The Testament of Sister New Devil

Nurse of the school attended by Basara, she is actually his second cousin being Rafieline’s sister. It was she, after her sister was banished from Heaven and imprisoned in an unknown place, who brought the newborn Basara to Jin and watched over him for over 15 years.

Chisato looks like a common human, but in reality she is an angel with immense power named Afureia who, in order to live on Earth, has been subjected to considerable restrictions, but who can be released for one and only purpose: to protect Basara.

Appears in: Highschool of the Dead

A nurse from Fujimi High School, Shizuka is a 26-year-old single woman with big breasts who is definitely defenseless from the rest of the group. She is the only one who has a driving license, and therefore is able to use means of transport. At the beginning of the story she will be saved by Saeko.

Her abundant forms of her are often a comic interlude in the story. The doctor often shows that she is quite foolish and naïve but she has a good heart and for this reason all her boys will become very attached to her, despite being unable to do anything in combat.

Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Riza Hawkeye is an Amestris Army sniper. Second to Colonel Mustang, she ensures that the latter works well but above all, she watches over him out of affection. She took part in the Ishbal War.

It was her father who taught Colonel Mustang the alchemy of fire, the secret of which she had (this secret is tattooed on her back). She seems in love with Roy Mustang, and that love is mutual.

Appears in: One Piece

Vinsmoke Reiju, nicknamed “Poison Pink”, is the eldest daughter of Judge. Reiju never actively participated in Sanji’s bullying when they were little, but she tolerated it so as not to fall victim to her three brothers; she as a child she is the only one to take care of Sanji, and, when the family arrives in the East Sea, she helps her brother escape.

She has in common with Sanji the ability to have feelings, but like the other brothers she is forced to obey the orders of her father.

Appears in: Code Geass

Despite its important and essential place in history, we don’t know much about this C.C., except that it has a direct connection to the British military, and that Clovis was responsible for the research carried out on it. The day of her meeting with Lelouch, she makes a pact with him and stays close to him to monitor their actions.

She also saves Zero on several occasions. Lymphatic, imperturbable and phlegmatic as much as possible, nothing astonishes or moves him. She considers Lelouch as a simple, more or less “disposable” partner, and just wants him to make her dearest wish come true.

Appears in: Kill la Kill!

The main character, a 17-year-old vagrant high school student transferred to Honnōji Academy who is looking for her father’s murderer. Ryūko wields half of a pair of Scissor Blades, the other half of which is held by his father’s murderer.

Her weapon is capable of destroying the Goku Uniforms which are made up of Living Fibers and which grant superhuman abilities to those privileged to wear one, thus bringing her into conflict with the Student Council. She becomes friends with Mako, her classmate who openly welcomes her to her home with her family.

Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion

Rei Ayanami is the pilot of the EVA-00 and as such bears the nickname “First Children”. She appears at the start of the series as a very mysterious character whose most of the information relating to her past is unknown. She grew up in Geofront, the headquarters of NERV.

Like Shinji Ikari, Rei is very reserved and introverted: at school, she isolates herself, does not talk to anyone, and therefore has almost no friends. She almost always appears without any emotion (except in the presence of Commander Gendo Ikari) but is not devoid of feelings.

Appears in: Dragon Ball

Initially human, she is transformed into a cyborg by Dr. Gero, just like her twin brother, C-17. After C-19’s defeat against Vegeta, Gero takes refuge in his laboratory. He then wakes C-17 and her from their artificial sleep, so that they take care of Son Goku and his friends in his place.

But the two cyborgs, who do not accept to be under the control of Gero, who has a remote control to deactivate them if necessary, turn against their creator and eliminate him, they then activate C-16 by pure curiosity and leave the laboratory together.

Appears in: Darwin’s Game

Shuka is a spontaneous and flirtatious 16-year-old orphan high school student, an expert in the game “Darwin’s Game”. She is nicknamed the “Invincible Queen” for having won all of the 49 duels in which she participated. However, she is defeated by Kaname Sudo (although he is a beginner) and decides to form an alliance with him so that they assist each other in case of danger in the duels of “Darwin’s Game“.

She finds herself drawn into a game-organized Treasure Hunt, but finds herself separated from Kaname. She gets trapped by Sota and Sui, but is rescued by Kaname. Afterward, she accompanies Kaname and the others to Shibuya Station to confront One.

Appears in: Death Note

Misa is a girl living in Kanto whose parents were killed by a burglar, himself killed by Kira. The day Misa was to die, she was stopped in an alley by a stranger telling her he loves her and that he wants to kill her before committing suicide, rather than to live without her.

Misa was saved by Jeras, a shinigami god who watched her constantly since he fell in love with her, thereby exceeding his rights to prevent Misa from dying by killing her attacker with his Death Note; a god of death does not have the right to kill to lengthen the life of a person who is dear to him.

Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

She only exists in the first anime. Lyra is introduced for the first time as an apprentice alchemist in the service of Lieutenant Yoki. Thanks to her pendant engraved with a transmutation circle, she can project shock waves by compressing the air around her and throwing it at high speed.

She wishes to become a State Alchemist and is totally devoted to the military: she does not hesitate, on Yoki’s orders, to destroy the inn of the villagers who had not been able to pay their taxes, then to attack Edward. when the latter steals the mine property titles from Yoki by trickery.

Appears in: Future Diary

Yuno Gasai, also known as “Second”, is Yukiteru’s classmate; and an excellent pupil and supposedly fiancée of Yukiteru, she does everything to protect him, even at the cost of her life, following him throughout the game.

She wishes Yukiteru to win, but does not know how to control his reactions and hides heavy secrets. Her Mirai Nikki, “Love Diary” is a cell phone that provides her with information about Yukiteru’s future ten minutes in advance.

Appears in: Sailor Moon

A total of 10,000 years ago, Sailor Moon was still just Princess Serenity, heir to the Silver Millennium, the kingdom on the moon. She is surrounded by Queen Serenity, her mother, and her four bodyguards, Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, guided by Sailor Venus.

Princess Serenity admires the Earth from afar, which she finds absolutely wonderful. At a ball, she meets Prince Endymion, the Prince of Earth. They fall in love with each other and live their love underground.

Appears in: Bleach

Rangiku Matsumoto is the 10th division vice-captain. She is a beautiful orange-haired woman with a strong breast that she highlights with cleavage, and that she does not hesitate to use to achieve her ends. She loves alcohol, and does everything to postpone the moments of work.

She is a childhood friend of Gin, and she seems to have feelings for him, which are reciprocal. They had been living together since the day Gin found her passed out in Rukongai.

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