10 Anime Anti-Hero

The war of good and evil has been a struggle that has been going on since the existence of humanity. The presence of good heroes standing against the face of evil without fear brings peace to society. But there are also anti-heroes that are often seen as providers of the concept of justice. They are the true examples of justice that cannot be carried out due to a number of factors in the current justice system. We share with you the most popular anti-heroes from the anime / manga series. If you have any you like or want to add, you can share them in the comments.

1. Yagami Light (Death Note)

Death Note is a manga written by Tsugumi Ooba in Japan and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. It describes how a seventeen-year-old high school student, Yagami Light, made himself the "God of the New World" after finding a supernatural notebook.

2. Lupin III (Rupan Sansei)

Lupin III is a manga series written by Monkey Punch. The story is about the adventures of Arsen Lupin III, the grandson of Arsen Lupin, the gentleman thief from the Maurice Leblanc novel series.

3. Black Jack (Black Jack)

Black Jack is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Osamu Tezuka in the 1970s. It tells the medical adventures of the protagonist doctor Black Jack.

4. Guts (Berserk)

Berserk is a manga series drawn by Kentaro Miura. Guts, the most successful seinen manga series ever, takes place in a dark fantasy world inspired by the Middle Ages in Europe.

5.Duke Togo (Golgo 13)

In the Duke Togo manga series written by Takao Saito, the main character Duke Togo is a contract assassin. He is a cold-hearted killer, but the people he killed are either evil characters or involved in crime who deserve to die.

6.Lelouch Lamperouge (Code Geass)

In the Code Geass manga series published by Kadokawa Shoten, the character Lelouch is one of the best anti-hero examples. Lelouch would risk everything for a better world.

7.Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul)

Created by Sui Ishida, Tokyo Ghoul is a dark fantasy manga series. While the main hero, Ken Kaneki, is a student studying Japanese literature, he transforms into an artificial one-eyed ghoul.

8. Sebastian Michaelis (Kuro Shitsuji)

This is a Japanese manga series written and drawn by Yana Toboso. The protagonist Sebastian Michaelis is the evil henchman of the Phantomhive family and does all their wishes.

9. Akira Fudo (Devilman)

Devilman is Go Nagai's manga series. Akira Fudo, a shy teenager living in Japan while his family works abroad, absorbs the powers of the demon Amon with the help of his friend Ryo Asuka.

10. Shinya Kogami (Psycho-Pass)

Written by Gen Urobuchi, Psycho-Pass is a cyberpunk anime series. The protagonist of dystopia, Shinya Kogami, is a police officer who becomes obsessed with killing Shogo Makishima, a criminal responsible for the death of one of his former allies.